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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida agriculturist. — 17 January 1906

z 2 IL ILJj Jj rl rlThe The Florida i a Agricltlturist AgricltlturistDELAND to toDELA DELAND DELA ND SPECIAL SPECIALVOL Entered at 1 the Postolice PoslolI < < in DeLand as Secondclass Mailer MUerVOL MailerVOL VOL XXXIII No No3 3 Jacksonville and DeLand Fla Wednesday January 17 1906 Whole No 1631 1631DeLand 1631DeLand 1631DeLand DeLand The Athens of o Florida How to Get to DeLand DeLandHE DeLandT 1 1three HE PLACE is easy of access m After Aft < < reaching Jacksonville there th < < e are arethree a arethree < e three routes to select The most direct is by the Atlantic Coast CoastLine CoastLine CoastLine T Line The town is situated one one hundred and ten miles south of ofJacksonville ofJacksonville ofJacksonville Jacksonville on this road At DeLand Junction a change of cars is isnecessary isnecessary isnecessary necessary This entails no inconvenience or delay You step from fromthe fromthe fromthe the coach on the main line of the Atlantic Coast Line to the DeLan...

Publication Title: Florida Agriculturist, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida agriculturist. — 17 January 1906

2 THE FLORIDA AGRICULTURIST The well is bored through pure sand sanda a distance of 12 feet from 12 feet to 22 feet through clay from 22 feet to 70 feet through shell and from 70 feet feetto feetto feetto to 264 feet through solid rock where a aline aline afine line pocket of water was found with withno withno withno no suspicion of contamination contaminationPure Pure air pure water perfect drain drainage drainage drainage ¬ age and a mild climate insure immu immunity immunity immunity ¬ nity from many of the ills that flesh fleshis fleshjs is heir to For catarrh bronchitis bronchitisconsumption bronchitisconsumption bronchitisconsumption consumption rheumatism with its al allied allied allied ¬ lied kidney and liver troubles our en environment environment environment ¬ vironment will be found almost a aspecific aspecific aspecific specific The following report of the thecity thecity thecity city board of health places DeLand DeLandforemost DeLandforemost DeLandforemost foremost am...

Publication Title: Florida Agriculturist, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida agriculturist. — 17 January 1906

I 0 I THE FLORIDA AGRICULTURIST AGRICULTURIST 3 Our Driveways and Shaded Streets HERE are many things in DeLand that impress the new comer comerwith comerwith comerwith THERE with the fact that he is in a thoroughly uptodate town inhabited inhabitedby inhabitedby T by progressive enterprising people The streets of the city at atnight atnight atnight night are lighted and well lighted by electricity and a city gas gasplant gasplant gasplant plant is now being installed Dairywagons from nearby dairiesdeliver dairies dairiesdeliver dairiesdeliver deliver milk of the best quality to our people and artificial ice manufactured manufacturedat at Stetson two miles west of town is delivered daily to consumers consumersThe consumersThe consumersThe The crowning feature of the town however is its magnificent paved pavedstreets pavedstreets pavedstreets streets and shaded driveways We have miles and miles of fine shell shellstreets shellstreets shellstreets streets most of them shaded by overha...

Publication Title: Florida Agriculturist, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida agriculturist. — 17 January 1906

4 THE FLORIDA AGRICULTURIST GROUNDS OF JOHN B STETSONS WINTER HOME HOMEHow HOMEHow IIOIEHow How to Grow Strawberries Strawberriesand and Other Fruits FruitsCopyrighted FruitsCopyrighted FruitsCopyrighted Copyrighted 1888 by E D Putney PutneyI I The strawberry as grown in Florida Floridrequires Floridarequires Floridarequires requires radically different treatment treatmenthan treatmentthan treatmentthan than when grown in more northern northenStates northernStates northernStates States In the Norpth Noroth it is planted plantein plantedin in the spring makes its growth durin durinthe during duringthe duringthe the summer and develops its blos blossom blossom blossom ¬ som buds in the fall remains partially partialljdormant partiallydormant partiallydormant dormant in the winter and in the thrspring thespring thespring spring blooms and fruits during duringperiod a aperiod aperiod period of about five weeks generally generallyending generallyending generallyending ending its fruitage...

Publication Title: Florida Agriculturist, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida agriculturist. — 17 January 1906

17 THE FLORIDA AGRICULTURIST ARIc tJJRS 5 Churches and Religious Organizations OUR RELIGIOUS ATMOSPHERE ATMOSPHEREThe AT310SPIIEREThe ATMOSPHEREv ATMOSPHEREThe v The people of DeLand are moral moraland moraland moraland and religious Twelve churches min minister minister minister ¬ ister to their spiritual needs These Thesechurches Thesechurches Thesechurches churches are filled every Lords day daywith daywith daywith with worshippers during the tourist touristseason touristseason touristseason season and college terms have settled settledpastors settledJdstors settledcastors pastors and have all the usual depart departments departments departments ¬ ments of church work under ener energetic energetic energetic ¬ getic management Talmage is re reported reported reported ¬ ported to have said that if he were wereblindfolded wereblindfolded wereblindfolded blindfolded and taken to the churches churchesof of any community and then allowed allowedto to suspect the buildings he could fro...

Publication Title: Florida Agriculturist, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida agriculturist. — 17 January 1906

r THE FLORIDA AGRICULTURIST Our Educational Advantages 1kvan tages SCIENCE HALl TIALUTHE HALlTHE HALLTHE THE JOHW j B STETSON UNIVERSITY UNIVERSITYLincoln UNIVERSITYLincoln UNVEJ SITY SITYLincoln Lincoln Hulley PhD President PresidentCHRISTIAN PresidentCHRISTIAN PresidentCHRISTIAN CHRISTIAN INFLUENCES AT STETSON UNIVERSITY UNIVERSITYStetson UNIVERSITYStetson UNIVERSITYStetson Stetson University is a Christian institution Its seal bears the mottoFor motto mottoFor mottoFor For God and the Truth It was founded by Christian men and women womenThe womenThe womenThe The dormitories are in charge of two honored ministers of the gospel gospelThe gospelThe gospelThe The teachers are members of Christian churches churchesEvery chitrchesEvery churchesEvery Every effort is made to promote a healthy moral and spiritual life lifeamong lifeamong lifeamong among the students Parents sending their children childrenboys boys or girls girlsto girlstoStetson girlstoStetson to toStetson Stetson may fee...

Publication Title: Florida Agriculturist, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida agriculturist. — 17 January 1906

THE FLORIDA AGRICULTURIST 7 The Kindergarten Course CourseThe CourseThe CourseThe The Two Years Normal Course CourseThe CourseThe CourseThe The Four Years Normal Course CourseThe CourseThe CourseThe The Teachers College Course CourseVII CourseVI CourseVII VII VI L The School of Mechanic Arts ArtsThe ArtsThe ArtsThe The Woodworking Course CourseThe CourseThe CourseThe The Ironworking Course CourseThe CourseThe CourseThe The Manual Training CourseThe Course CourseThe CourseThe The Domestic c Science Course CourseVIIT CourseVIII CourseVIII VIII The School of Music MusicThe MusicThe MusicThe The Vocal Music Course CourseThe CourseThe CourseThe The Instrumental Music Course CourseThe CourseThe CourseThe The Theory of Music Course CourseIX CourseIX CourseIX IX The School of Fine Arts ArtsThe ArtsThe ArtsThe The Beginners Course CourseThe CourseThe CourseThe The Advanced Course CourseFLORIDA CourseFLORIDA CourseFLORIDA FLORIDA STUDENTS AT STET STETSON STETSON STET STETSON 0 0There ¬ SON SO...

Publication Title: Florida Agriculturist, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida agriculturist. — 17 January 1906

8 THE FLORIDA AGRICULTURIST I Huntoon Hun toorz Island ONE YNE OF the most delightful drives drivesin in the vicinity of DeLand is over overthe overthe overthe the clay and pine straw road west westto westto westto to Lake Beresford and Huntoon Is Island Island Island ¬ land Leaving Lake Beresford on the theleft theleft theleft left and following a blind trail we wecome wecome wecome come into a very dense hammock hammockconsisting hammockconsisting hammockconsisting consisting largely of bays and cab cabbage cabbage cabbage ¬ bage palmetto These palmettos are areevidently areevidently areevidently evidently of great age some of them themtowering themtowering themtowering towering aloft from forty to sixty sixtyfeet sixtyfeet sixtyfeet feet in height In the wet season the thegreater thegreater thegreater greater portion of this road is over overflowed overflowed overflowed ¬ flowed with water making it difficult difficultfor difficultfor difficultfor for the stranger to keep the tra...

Publication Title: Florida Agriculturist, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida agriculturist. — 17 January 1906

r I THE FLORIDA AGRICULTURIST 9 A TURPENTINE FARM One of the most interesting and andprofitable andprofitable I Iprofitable profitable experiences we have had hadin hadin hadin in the vicinity of DeLand was a visit visitto visitto visitto to the turpentine farm of the Naval NavalStores NavalStores NavalStores Stores Company This company has hasan hasan hasan an office in the Landis Fish build building building building ¬ ing One of their principal camps is isabout isabout isabout about two miles out outIn outI outIn In I n selecting lands for turpentining turpentiningthe the Naval Stores Company seek those thoseInnds thoseIlnds thoselands lands which are near to transportation transportationIt It I t does not pay to haul the turpentine turpentineand I Iand and rosin more than sixteen miles milesNecessarily milesNecessarily milesNecessarily Necessarily the lands should be well welltinibered welltimbered timbered and a quality of timber call called called called ¬ ed slash generally f...

Publication Title: Florida Agriculturist, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida agriculturist. — 17 January 1906

10 THE FLORIDA AGRICULTURIST I MR A D McBRIDE IN HIS ORANGE GROVE GROVEOur GROVEOur E Our Orange Trees The most advanced farmers ant antfruit and andfruit andfruit fruit growers have been educated th thpublic the thepublic thepublic < public as consumers to the highest highesquality highestquality highestquality quality in fruit grain and nd vegetables vegetablesOur vegetablesOur Our best apples come from Nova NOVJScotia NovaScotia NovaScotia Scotia Northern New England an anNew and andNew andNew New York Michigan Oregon am amWashington and andVashington andWashington Washington This is also true of th thIrish the therish theIrish < Irish rish potato The best seed peas peasbarley peasbarley peasbarley barley and wheat are grown in Cana Canada Canada Canada ¬ da The same general law governs governcitrus governscitrus governscitrus citrus fruits The oranges of Vo Volusia Voluia Volusia lusia Lake Marion and Citrus coun counties counties counties ties are much superior in quality...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida agriculturist. — 17 January 1906

THE FLORIDA AGRICULTURIST I i Jl l Winter Home HomeA I I A half hours drive northwest of DeLand lies a beautiful beautifulridge beautifulridge beautifulridge ridge of high pine hills on which are some of the most promising promisinggroves promisinggroves promisinggroves groves in this vicinity Well back from the road with an ample amplelawn amplelawn amplelawn lawn studded with longleafed pine trees stands the Broome Broomehouse Broomehouse Broomehouse house This house commands a fine view and is surrounded withhedges with withhedges withhedges hedges ornamental bamboos fruiting orange and grapefruit trees treesand treesand treesand and a large Scuppernong grapevine There are thirty large or orange orange orange ¬ ange and grapefrrit trees capable of carrying eight boxes to the H tree In addition there are over four hundred orange trees treessmaller treessmaller treessmaller smaller in size that will soon bear profitable crops Of the theeighteen theeighteen theeighteen eighteen acre...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida agriculturist. — 17 January 1906

L Y2 THE FLORIDA AGRICULTURIST Palm Trees in Florida FloridaBiologically Floridaj FloridaThe The h j e Fruits r r rUlts Flowers r rl lowers and andPalms an d Biologically B 10 I oglca II y speaking spea k mg the tepa h palm I m trees are among the t h e highest h Ig h est of 0 f the theplant t theplant h e eplant plant creations They are likewise the most beautiful and aesthetic of ofplants ofPalms ofPalms Palms of State StateHENEVER plants A fine palm adds more value v lue to the selling price I rice of a place than thanany thanany thanany our any other single tree not excepting the fruit bearing ones Of course coursewe coursewe coursewe we should not expect a grove of palm trees to sell for the same price as asa asa asa a grove of grapefruit trees A reasonable number of palm trees however howeverdistributed hoveverWHENEVER howeverHENEVER HENEVER we think of Florida we naturally think of the thecharms distributed at the Ie proper locations 10catJpns about the home place adds immens...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida agriculturist. — 17 January 1906

THE FLORIDA AGRICULTURIST 13 Is Turpentining a aDamage aDamage aDamage Damage to the State Mr S V Hough of Charleston S SC SC SC C came to Live Oak ten years ago agoand agoand agoand and has been in DeLand two years yearsMr yearsMr yearsMr Mr Houghs father was a rice grower growerand growerand growerand and turpentine operator and Mr MrHough MrHough AirHough Hough knows the turpentine business businessfrom businessfrom businessfrom from A to Z Mr Hough is a far farseeing farseeing farseeing seeing man and he has long known knownwhat knownwhat knownwhat what others now begin to recognize recognizethat recognizethat that the necessity for husbanding the theturpentine theturpentine theturpentine turpentine resources is a very vital vitalone vitalone vitalone one In order to do this he has given givenhis givenhis givenhis his mind to the development of a ameans ameans ameans means of economizing the distilling distillingof of turpentine He now has patents patentspending patentspending p...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida agriculturist. — 17 January 1906

THE FLORIDA AGRICULTURIST THE LANDIS FISH BUILDING BUILDINGLaw BUILDINGLaw Law offices of Landis Fish Home of Volusia County Abstract Company CompanyOur CompanyOur CompanyOur Our Business Interests Interestsand Interestsand Interestsand and Our Business People It has often been wondered at no noonly not noonly I only by strangers and newcomers newcomersbut newcomersbut newcomerbut but our own people as well whenthe when wherthe I the money comes from that makes tin tinmare themare thmare mare go in DeLand Money is a aa as aa a rule plentiful and business brisk briskEven briskEven brislEven I Even in the dull dog days of sum summer summer summer mer money that it is hard to trace tracithe tracthe I the source of circulates freely in DeLand DeLand De De4Land Land LandIt LandIt It must be remembered that our ourin ours oursin ourin in not a farming country and thisection the thesection thsection section surrounding DeLand is rather ratheithinly ratherthinly rathethinly thinly populated...

Publication Title: Florida Agriculturist, The
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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida agriculturist. — 17 January 1906

THE FLORIDA AGRICULTURIST 15 J F ALLEN CO COElsewhere COElsewhere COElsewhere Elsewhere we picture a corner of ofthe ofthe ofthe the large furniture establishment of ofJ ofJ ofJ J F Allen Co the oldest and andlargest andlargest andlargest largest furniture dealers in Volusia Volusiacounty Vol Volusiacounty usia usiacounty county This firm has been in busi business business business ¬ ness in DeLand almost from the time timethe timethe timethe the town had a name They are li licensed licensed licensed ¬ censed undertakers and embalmers embalmersand embalmersInd and aside from a magnificent stock offurniture of offurniture offurniture furniture carry a full line of funeral funeralsupplies funeralsupplies funeralsupplies supplies suppliesThe suppliesThe suppliesThe The new settler here need not goto go goto o oto to the trouble and expense of pack packing packing packing ¬ ing and shipping his household Roods Roodsfrom goodsfront oods oodsftom from the North as he can find atJ at atJ a...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida agriculturist. — 17 January 1906

I 16 THE FLORIDA AGRICULTURIST WAGON WORKS AND SHOPS OF SCOTT HODGKINS cranberries with turkey or venison venisoiThis venisonThis venisonThis I This plant is generally known through througlout throughout out Florida as the Jamaica Sorrel SorrelNext SorrelNext SorrelNext Next to guava jelly in importance importantwill importancewill will stand grapefruit marmalade Thi Thiproduct Thisproduct Thiproduct product of the preservers art is a ayet as asyet ayet yet little known but is destined to b bof be beof bi biof of greatest value It is only of re recent recent recent cent years that the superior medici medicinal medicinal medicinal nal qualities of the grapefruit have havibeen havebeen havebeen been generally acknowledged by the thimedical themedical themedical medical profession As a tonic ant antstomachic and andstomachic ancstomachic stomachic and stimulant in hepatic hepatiidisorders hepaticdisorders hepaticdisorders disorders together with relief in al alatonic all allatonic a1at...

Publication Title: Florida Agriculturist, The
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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida agriculturist. — 17 January 1906

p THE FLORIDA AGRICULTURIST 17 n Glance Into the PastWhile Past PastWhile 0 0While While this publication proposes to tospeak tospeak trspeak speak of DeLands present and pos possible possible possible sible future rather than of its his history history history tory and its past still it will not b bamiss be beamiss beamiss < amiss to glance backward a few years yeanto yearsto yearsto to the beginning beginningThe beginningThe beginningThe The town was really first estab established established established lished on the nth day of March 1881 1881when 1881when 1881when when the first municipal election wa waheld was washeld washeld < held which resulted in the election o othe of ofthe ofthe the following officials officialsMayor officialsllayorC officialsMayorC Mayor llayorC C H Wright WrightClerk WrightClerk WrightClerk Clerk and Treausrer TreausrerH H C Strack StrackMarshal StrackMarshal StrackMarshal Marshal and Collector CollectorD D M MCooney MCooney MCooney Cooney CooneyA...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida agriculturist. — 17 January 1906

18 THE FLORIDA AGRICULTURIST INTERIOR OF V M FOUNTAINS FOUNTAIWSCLOTHING CLOTHING SHOES AND HABERDASHERY I winter resort with the added beauty beautyof of the orange groves grovesI I soon met some eight or ten men menand menand menand and their wives who then lived out outamong outamong outamong among the pines their homes scatter scattered scattered scattered ¬ ed in all directions from the little log logcabin logcabin logcabin cabin of Capt Rich I found them themyoung themyoung themyoung young intelligent intelli ent cultured and enter enterprising enterprising enterprising ¬ prising I thought what a first classnucleus class classnucleus classnucleus nucleus these people constitute for a atown atown atown town During my stay with Capt CaptRich CaptRich CaptRich Rich I enjoyed the luxury of sleeping sleepingon on the floor where I could put my myhand myhand myhand hand out between the logs Capt Rich Richand Richand Richand and his charming wife made me feelat feel feelat feelat at ...

Publication Title: Florida Agriculturist, The
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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida agriculturist. — 17 January 1906

THE FLORIDA AGRICULTURIST 19 THE OF DeLAND Being the county seat of Volusia V county there is ismuch ismuch ismuch much court business transacted here and the bar is isof isof isof of unusual strength and ability Circuit Court which whichis is presided over by Judge Minor Jones holds two twoterms twoterms twoterms terms a year and the Criminal Court of Record inwhich in inwhich inwhich which all criminal cases other than capital ones are aretried aretried aretried tried holds bimonthly terms and weekly plea terms termsThis termsThis termsThis This court is presided over by Judge I A Stewart istewartwho Stewartwho tewart tewartwho who has held the office since the establishment of the theThe thecourt thecourt courtThe court courtThe The oldest law firm in town is that of Stewart StewartEly StewartBly StewartBly Bly composed of Judge I A Stewart and Mr Eg Egford Egford Egford ford Bly This firm succeeds the well known firm firmof firmof firmof of Hamlin Stewart which was the first new...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida agriculturist. — 17 January 1906

20 THE FLORIDA AGRICULTURIST FACTORY BUILDINGS AT LAKE HELEN HELENThe HELENThe HELEN7he The Bond Sandstone Brick Company IEBIG Presenius Van der Hoff HoffThese HoffThese HoffThese LIEBIG These German scientists stand stancamong stand standamong standamong among the first in the scientific scientifiiworld scientificworld scientificworld world and are noted in chemistry chemistrand chemistryand chemistryand I Ithat and physics To them we would add adcthat addthat that of Dr MichnelLs another not noted notc noted ed c German whose research and in investigations investigations investigations vestigations have added so much t tthe to tothe tcthe the welfare of his own and other coun cottntries countries countries tries His great discovery of the re reaction reaction reaction ¬ action which takes place when mixed mixecsand mixedsand mixedsand sand and lime are united and changed changedto to a silicate of calcium under a higlpressure high highpressure highpressure pressure of steam has al...

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