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Honolulu Photo Supply Co.,
Snrlncflold. Mans.. Nov. 13 Al tlio
dedication of tho Myflok liulliliiiK con- wealthier nnj
Btructcd fur tho I'lieljis I'ubllHhlng Co ,
Thursday, a paper on nHrlculturo and
I lira! Ilfo, prepared by 1'iesldent
Roosevelt, was read.
President Hooeelt'B paper first
touched upon tho tired for Kelfhefp
and mutual cooperation In t ween tho
national nnd state t;uvoriiuicntn nnd
Iho fnrmerB for the upllftlui; of farm
Ilfo. lie bald: "I am Httlvlni; for the
principle of combining fclf help with
mutual helpfulliiCBH. Of course the
prime thing to be done for the farm
er, 'na lor everjono clue, In to help
Mm to help himself."
pie to continue their upward luiiIku
through self hilp anil associated ef
fort. "The farm of America are worth
some thlrt blltloiiH of dollara utid
their annual produce amounts to
about elfiltt billions. For this precent
ear, 1908, the crop as n whole do
pr'omlKe (he largest nKRiegate In
ipiantlty, iiuallty and value out pro
duced In our history This means that
tlic Six millions mid out of farm
lamlHee, more than thirty millions of
larm people arc In a good position nl
Veait, but 1 wish this position to le
made Burn and better
"It would bo ii erj great wrong to
allow our country people, who bae
prospered so much, whose welfare has
meant so much for the nation In tho
past, In onv way fall off from their
former position With wise rare of
6ur natui.il resources, our forests wllti
grow better each ear, our rivers
more n nibble for navigation, while
tho soil ofbnr farms will Improve with'
wise use Instead of deteriorating I
Whjlo ns n nation we nro growing'
wealthier, wc hhniild,
bee that the schools and the roads In
short all of what may be called the
rural realltj should bo lmproed.
Hero ns ever) where else, our prime
object (Should bo tho development of
the highest tpe of neragu citizen
Tho country school Is therefore of
even more Importance than the higher
College. Ho far Is It Is possible wc
hhould strhe for a common sense eo
operation In Institution, which shall
do what tho isolated farm cannot
well do by themselves. As an ex
ample wc can refer to the experiments
recently carried on by private Individ
aSAaTlaf- V Ska-W arraaa
dt i uuia aiiu uy me iiuiioiiui oepirtmeni
ontlnulng the President said, "V , nlrfpiro nn,i i,- n,n .mm .,i.
mem Ftatlons, to show the extra
ordlir'iv iKJsslbllltles In Improving
the breeds of food plants and of our
"In. all of this we have to grnpplu
with ono fact which has made both
tho strength nnd the weakness of the
have been In the past, and we are vet',
a people with' whom agriculture has
been the most Important business.
Through that rpoBt wise economic
statue the homestead law, we have
ben enabled to develop the family
tarm, tho most ,: Important and tho
most American ofv nil Institutions. I American farmer and thit Is, bis IsoH
l!ut now that the more desirable ureas im.
of" our public laml li He been settled, "6ur object inuat be so far ns prac
tice homestead law dots not meet the Ucablo to do away with the dlsadvan
new conditions and we adhere best to ,aK,,, y,hicU nrp ,llle , ,)l0 S()lalim
Its spirit when wo try to iliodjfy the ()f lho fnmly farn, tt,lMo consMvlug
sv stout of land owners In such u way tB n,nny anj Krcat a,vnntngesr
ns to Insure continuous prngiess audi ,.,., ...i.i. . i. . . . hi .
I'y ''not" oT UZln ,r',rmir .t'iSuSr'Atr.'l
may not only obtain material pros- .. i,ii.i,,,.i m, .,.. ...,, , .,
.n.n i... .... i i. .in ii . . ' Indlvluiial eftlclency. wile at tho
tcrlty, but on It build a higher tjpo , ,..,..i.. ..; ,..
of civilization. Important the city Is. I T" L. T,. . .. "" "l ' .,"
. . ... ... i-,..i,.j(i nmvii iiiiiitiivn i;uiiui:iiy in
nun lortunate tnoiign it Is tint our
cities hive grown as the have done.
It Is still more Imisirtant that the
family farm, where tho home linking
.i .i. ......i i...i ..- . ... ""-
",r ""'V" ' T.T ".:.."""'" nnl.d working together.
.. .... . (,.., ntiuittu iiMiiiuiia. Ill
the mass. Our aim must be to sup
plement Individualism on the farm and
!n tho homo with an absoclnted effort
in those country matters that require
when I ask that the nation
"Moreover, we must not forget that
there is a new phase of tho problem of
the country, which Is tho problem of
cooperate w h the stales and with country homes for cll5 ,vorkers. Cheap
tho farmers themselves for lho ulnn.lv .... .. . ' ' '"V'D ""-i'
grow in aim upiirt or rami life, I am
not so much asking that the state
help tho people as I am Hint it shall
provide free opportunlt for tho jieo
tiansportutlnn, which has strengthened
so much the tendency of city growth
Is now helping to scatter tho papula
tion of largo cities for homo purposes
through tho adjacent country. As we
( como nonrer tho healthy idea of a uni
versal eight hour day, and a closer as
nidation between emp!o)cr and iiuv
ploje, there will be growth In the op.
poruinity lor city people to enjoy hii-
i nation of families on the laud, mid
our svatctn of public education should
be so broadened In Its scope as to In
clude not merely the traditional oil
turn! studies excellent nnd Indlspins
able In their waj, but ulso Instruction
illative to the faun, the trades and
"Industrial training, training which
will lit a girl to do work in the home,
which will fit n boj to do work in tho
shop If In a cll , to work on u farm If
In the count!, Is the most Important
of all training nslde from that which
develops ehuracter; and It is a gravel
reproach to us as a nation that wo
have licrmltte-d our tiatnlng to lead1
tho children away from the farm sod
thop Instead of toward them
"Ifj In other wor-s, lho school sji ,
tern should be aimed prlmaril) to lit
the scholar for actual life rather than
for u university
"I thoroughly believe that our peo
pie approve of the higher education
but I also believe that I hey are grow
lug more nod more ,to demand a re
form In secondary schools which shall
fit the ordinary echotac for the actual
v ork of life. Therefore, I believe that'
the national government should take
an active part In securing better edu
cational methods. In accordance with
come such sjstem as that outlined In
the bill Introduced in the Inst Con
gress by Mr. Davis.
"All this simply means that the na
lion ought to co-operatu with the stnte
to help the people help themselves
through belter educational facilities,
the schools being left wholly and dl
recti) under the control of tho jieople
through their local authorities, but
suggestion nnd general oversight as
well as Improvement being supplied by
the experts employed t) tho nation, bo
that the children nnd tho )oung men
and girls In the smaller towns and In
tho country inn) have the educational
lucllltleu now only to 'lie obtained hi
"This would merely bo putting Into
effect that cardinal American doctrine
of furnishing u reasonable (quality of
oppoitunlty of education and chance of
development to all our children, wher
ever the) live nnd whatever may be
their station In Hie. Huch a IVderal
conpei.itlou In technical education will
help In mail) ways. It will mean much
for country life, foi the llto of the fain
11) faun, for tho life of those clt)
workers who bcek landed homes In
the countr) near the city In which
"It will mean much along the lines
of the great policy of the conservation
of the natural resources of our land,
rin.illy, It will mean much to the na-
ill.,, tf fit., fill.,... Ii.in.,1... It . III ......
...... ... it.v ,..,i,iv, uiri..itni.- ii mil ie-i
resent the effort to g:ve exact Justice,!
and an equal opportunity for develop
ment, to each of the tio)s and girls
who In tho future are to make up the
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