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Does Florida Need Settlers SettlersBy
By J H Stephens
Florida leas an area of 58080 s square squaremiles squa1omileR iuaromiles
miles and 528542 population I > in 1000 or orn
n 12 persons to the square mile while whileMassachusetts whiloMnssnchustttR whit1Tassaehusetts
Massachusetts has M7 to each square squaremile sputremile
mile 111 ilo of area New Nl York has 148 Penn Pennsylvania PennR 1enusylvunha ¬
sylvania R llnil has 1M Ohio has 101 Indiana Indinnnis
is and Illinois 84 8 hut as these thc e States Stateshave Stntoshll Stateshave
have conditions lOIHli tions unlike un liIm those prevailing p1ln Hi nl
in Florida with its n 12 persons pers s to tho thosquare thos1un1O thesquare
square mile we will select for compari comparison ¬
son the State of Michigan quite similar similarin
I in all respects except in climate andthe and andwe nndwo
we find that t this State Stn to has III 41 people to totho totlw tothe
the square mile to our 1 H 12 12In 12III 12In
In view of these facts does Florida Floridaneed Floridnnoed Floridanee1
need immigration To he equal in pop population populntioll populatiOl ¬
ulation per square mile with Michigan Michiganwe Micll lm lmi
i we must have a total of 2 2500000 anldit and andit
i it would appear that we must mm t inaugu inaugurate in11ugurate ¬
rate and put in operation some plan by bywhich hywhhh bytvl310h
which we may mn secure about two million millionpeople million10I1 I IIlloplo
10I111lfat people peopleWhat
I What TIlIt Florida has to olVer to immi immigrants immigTllntf inunig1tills ¬
grants will bo discussed in another pa paper paper ¬
per The question now is does Floridauo0d Florida Floridaneed l lriduIllltl
need immigration immi lItion and why whyI tvhy1Jhe
1 The increased population indicated indicatedI indicatedwould
I would wou 1 < 1 give gi 0 us is good schools good roads roadsgood rOa1sgod
good neighbors beautiful landscape and andall ntHInil andall
all that goes to make life worth living livingContact HinAContlut livingCnntftot
Contact with this now clement wouldbroaden would wouldbroaden woult1h1oncltll
broaden our minds and make us all allmore u11JIIOJl allIIlrb
more useful usefulNew mwfulNpw lt5flllNow
New enterprises f would spring up upall upall IIIall
all over tho State and u JIll our wonder wonderful wontllHful
ful resources now undeveloped would tvtll1b0 < 1 1he
Jbe he nuulo to contribute to the wealth won Hh of ofnul
j our citixcnship citi tnship and the t1 prosperity of ofthe ofthp ofthe
the whole country Taxation for pub public puhlin publie ¬
lie utilities would be reduced just in inproportion illproportion inP1nPnrti1I
proportion to our increase of populationand population
I and in about the same proportion wouldin would wouldintellectual woul11int11IIlttm1
intellectual in cultivation bo stinmlatV1rtme stimulated stimulatedVirtue Atimull1ttdVi1hll
Virtue rtme and intelligence go band in inhand inhn inhand
hand hn 1111 We Yo would therefore havo a aJ uhightI aii
J higher ii glier moral ideal with the general generalgrowth gmwlIIlg1owth generalgFOtvt11
growth in material things thingsi thiJl thingsThat s sI
i I That immediate ellort should sl1ou1c11w be nnnkand made madeand maillII
and II wi in the most systematic manner n to toincrease toJH1tIIHI toin0roase
increase JH1tIIHI our in population T think all will willagree wi11nglIO twillagrPC
agree and if I can elicit one thought thou ht or orsuggestion IIII r rstlggostion
I suggestion as to the best method to oh ohitain nhtn ohLain
itain Lain tn ill this result and see it adopted nclop II my mymission 111 111lIIiHHion mymission
mission will be fruitful fruitfulll11l1 and aflord ample nmplemuse amplecause
cause IIIHI for gratification gllt grntiflea tWcn Lion tionI LionThin
1 Think Thin of the many mnJ thousand l acres of ofland ofi
i land now lying idlo in this thi State which whichwith whidlwith whichth
with th intelligent iHtn1i cmt direction could be eon eonverted eonrtcII C1t1ItQi
verted rtcII into profitable stock farms of ofother ofI ofother
I other thousands tholl nndl of aTcs which could be beconverted becOnvert0I
converted 1011 1 r ttC I into truck farms the most mostprofitable mORtlJofltnhln mostPFOtitnblo
profitable in the world perhaps le1hnl of ofother ofthousllnds ofofIIPI
other thousands of acres which wll eh can be
Some Thinks by the Brethren
The greatest need of Florida 1 today is isan iHIIn isan
an agricultural I population In fact factthis fnetI factthis
this is the th crying need of f our whole vast vastcountry vastcountry IlHtCIOIJlt1
I country CIOIJlt1 Millions of acres of tillable tillableland tilllllllolJJocupied tillablehold
land unoccupied ard other millions millionsfanned millionsflllJJJcl millionsfnrnlel
fanned in lingo lumps in wasteful fash fashion fnHhI htshLOll ¬
I ion oller to the American citizen the thobiggest tlmi thebiggest
i biggest opportunity of the tll < ago The Tliosoil TheMoil JhoHoil
soil makes men thoroughbred men in independent Inlep0ndellt
I dependent men men strong in body hocl and andin urulin andin
in soul men with convictions and the theability thli theability
i ability to stand up for them thmnin in short shortmen HhortJIlCln Hllortnun
men who are producers who make JlIIlI finan financial flfmncilll fbrlml1ial
cial wealth as well as the wealth of the thetruest thetJllloIt thetrtlQHt
truest and the best hm t citizenship citixcnshipAnd
I And while this is true generally it itif itiH itis
if especially so of Florida Thcro lIWJ is isi islittle
i i little likelihood of this State ever be becoming heDoming ¬
coming a manufacturing section Con Conditions Conllition1i Conditions ¬
ditions are not favorable unless it may maybo nlaybe
bo 1 > 0 in that of which the State most mostabounds mOHtnlJOundsthe hostabotuldsthe
nlJOundsthe abounds the natural woods But there thereis
is plenty of land some rich and u viwt viwtarea vnttnrcil
area that can he made richer Certain Certainparts CertllinpnrtH Certainparts
parts of the State arc developing rapidly rapidlyin
in spots because they have I1VO found what whatis
is best adapted to those particular lo localities Jon loIll ¬
calities n Ill Ii ties Other sections 8petio A have Ul vo floundered flotlndereIabout flounderedabout flounr1rednhotlt
about and arc from an agricultural agriculturalstandpoint ugricuturalstaudpoint agriculturalstandpoint
standpoint not much better off than thantwentyfive thnntwentyfhu thantwentyfive
twentyfive years ago and perhaps not notas notns notas
as well ofT as fifty 11ft years ago There is isa iHIt isa
a want wu nt of stability in many of the theSouth theSouth theSouth
South Florida sections a coming and anda nu nun
a going a picking up and a dropping droppingThere droppingIherc droppingIhere
There are too many mnn wornout worn out mer merchants merchnntfl nlerchants ¬
chants store clerks and consumptives consumptivestrying cowmmptivcstr consumptivestrying
trying tr JIg a hand at farming and fruit fruitgrowing fruitgorowing fruitgrowing
growing and not enough practical prn ticll men menof 1fCIJof nnenof
of the soil When the farms of Florida Floridaare
are II ro carefully and intensively cultivated cultivatedunder cultivatedunder tlJtivaterlUJulcr
under intelligent and practical super supervision flU supervhwion per periHinn ¬
vision then may mil we hail the day us a abetter aIwtwr ahcttrr
better day dll than when we dealt out HO HOmany flOmany somany
many cubic feet of pure air to an an ¬ I II
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converted eot1t rhHl into citrus fruit farms all of ofwhich ofwhich ofwhich
which now yield iold no revenue to tho State Statenor
nor the owner and then answer r my m pri primary pI prirtamy i iHUl1 ¬
mary HUl1 question does Florida l lridl need immi inunigruti011 immigration ¬
gration grationWith 111 gruti011Vith tion tionVith
Vith an addition of two million to toour toom tornu
our population which we l can and must musthave musthnVt minsthave
have wo would havo lint a ship canal across acrossour UllOHHour
our peninsula Wo 0 would realize mil unit10n5 millions millinn ¬
lions from our tun fisheries where wllO we now nowget JlOWgot nowgot
got thousands Our entire soacoast soacoastould oneuasttOnld IIHon IIHonmmltl
ould bo teeming with wellcultivated wellcultivatedoyster tvoll eultivntel eultivnteloyster ll llost
oyster ost PI beds and still AU II the development t of ofour oflI1 ofour
our phosphate phoHl llItt bods would ho in its inipienv in inipicney ini
ipicney ipicneyWith i ipienv1Vitln p tJr I IWith
With this increase inCl lHO in population populationwould pupulath0nwould I
would come many wholesome laws and andproper nndplOJllr andpr0pet
proper legal I machinery mne lineJJ for promoting promotingthe
the prosperity and happiness ha of our peo people p0 p0Ple Ito Itopit ¬
ple Honest debts dl htR could be collected collectedi
i ml every I ever IY proper security ollered o fIo llC I for fornpital forulitu1 forapitall
npital Our geological formation would wouMl01lllJtJy wouldu
10 u correctly enrrQetI understood with all the thebenefits tIlllIHflt theloIIOlhls
benefits lIHflt such information in would give givewe gi git
we t would not he groping in the darkas dark tIu JI I
as now 110 but would know Iwo tho most avail available 1t11 nvnhlable iI ¬ i inhln
able reourcort to he developed and that thatit t tit
it was safe to make the necessary JlCClSHIII invest investment illvostHHIIt invostnleat ¬
nleat11ith ment mentWith
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With these the so added millions mill iOlls would come comethose comeihse OHJlIthORt
those seeking salubrious Hul1Jh1 I climatic condi conditions cnJulitioll com li litinlls ¬
tions 1 and wo could well afford to inviteall invite in tn
all such for fo the sake of humanity The TheroMilts ThoISults Ihoresults
results would be tho upbuilding ulhui1tliJl of ofelcmoMynary ofIIIJlulIlIn ofolo
elcmoMynary IIIJlulIlIn olo uryramy I institutions which could couldbut coultlhut 101111but
but benefit lu wllt the entire 1IIt 1t country eoulltJ and which whichwould whilhwolcl tvhiohvon
would von II naturally nI111nii receive substantial aidfront aid aidfrom llielfolll
from every State Rtn l in the Union and could couldIn1 I
In1 miide an active IIdi factor in humaniing humaniingMid Ii untnIi izing izingn1
Mid liberalizing IiIJIIII Ii illg our people peopleI
I am in a measure endowed Il0 11 with those thoseintuitive thnHPilltuit thoHintuitio
intuitive illtuit t qualities Pill Iliies which enable us to tojudge tnjlllgl tojudgo
judge humanity hllllln1lit and this same principle principleenables JlIilllipllIlluldl primdiPlen11blOM
enables one to we H something of them3ndonr the thegrandeur tiltIIIU
grandeur IIIU IlIhI of if our fair fll h Florida I under the theconditions thocoJllitioIlH theonditiuy
conditions above outlined 1 would that thatI
I could impress Ovens man woman and nodchild andchild l1J1dChill1
child with the importance of this sub subject ImhH subthoui ¬
ject impress H them so that they would wouldbe
be willing will ing to make sacrifices to attain attainit
it so that t those in i JI position pOHi h Lion and 1UIt withnIemw with withmeans wi th th11I11
means 11I11 liS might 111 nlight10 igh t be induced i to to give i VI of their theirmoney thuiIIIOIIC theirIIIIIe1
money IIIOIIC time and 1111 intelligence toward towardperfecting tnwlI tO Id ll1Porfocting IdPI
perfecting PI I flttj JIg a system SVH t1 III which W h i I h will i II result resultin ulf ulfi
in i JI adding II dcli 1Ig materially IIIn to the pulatlon 1Kpnlathnof populn H > pulatlonof JtOJl JtOJlof
of our State StateThe Rtutl11101 Statelime
The ellort must be unanimous it must mustbe 1IIu nnrsaI f
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be I e enthusiastic en with these conditions conditionspertaining ConditiorIHflllniJlillg 1on1hai0nsPertaining
pertaining there will lie no failure and andI findd0
I do not believe then will be one voice voicelifted VOic0lifted nioIi
lifted Ii ftnd against II U i list tho proposition linn that t Flor Florida Itloljclll I lur lurh1ft ¬
ida does Inc need immigration i fmmn igratuni
meal army 11111I of sick folks for three or orfour orfnm
four 011 months in the year lII1 This is why whyour whyour
our Stute and county OIJlt fairs flli In ir arc our best boytoduentors besteducators hC iL I Iclh1
educators clh1 trllS and II III I our ou r best advertisers nchc Iti HOIS and andought n amidought nil
ought to be supported and attended If Ifthe Ifthl ifI1 I
the I1 nihlvoads 1lIjI lIlIlH could be persuaded to do domore rlo11I010 horlore
more in the liomoHeokorn hfllCHc lkcII i eveiysion c Ilv ioll linv linvand I lw lwUfltl
and still more in offering olfll rIl inducements inducementsto i
to 0 every intending intllJl < ling colony Florida I would wouldnot wouldnot i innt
not have to wait long for a working in independent iuI InIlependeIlt ¬
dependent t and II nd prosperous pr pmOUK population populationOrlando pOlulationOlInl1l10 lOplllationOvum
I Orlando Ovum nd lleporter lleporterTin < r I II
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Tin Gainesville Sun declares that thatThere thatThere
I flThp There is no State in the IJninn that thathas thathits I Ihn
has hn a better self school system than Florida Floridahas FIOIi 1 Iorihfhas < l1l l1lhnH
has at present under > r the Biickman law lawWhore IllwI latvIV11ere
I Whore public schools have havobeen IIII have1u I Ii
i 1u been n quite dormant torrnuII in years cnrH past they theylare theyare I Iurn
urn now reviving JI and the increased at attendance attendfnlce t ttn1111Jr ¬
tendance shows that the people are satis satisfied satisfied ¬ i
fied IlIml with the mesregim new regime regimeKxcellent e elixo1I1ilt I IBXICllClIt
Kxcellent campaign en blarney bin rflo rmey but as a amatter aI anlllttlr amutter I
matter of fact is untruthful The Vim Buck Buckman
man 31111 law has had no effect upon the con conditions rllUcli 1031litiOns ¬
ditions cli UOJlR of the public Hchools and that thatwhere tlattwhore t tIlIrC
where IlIrC they are II rn progressing Prng1lilH r11 is due to the thei theenergy
i energy UIIJg of the t I w school trustees as in JfI Ar Arcadia tr trcadin I Irlulin ¬
cadia for instance instanceThe instanceThe rIHtonCpPhC
The desire of a great rltlt majority is to tosee I
see I the State University Unlvrr iity located at atGainesville ntnn atfl
I Gainesville nn fl JwHviJc but the Sun will make 1fI1I1 < no nofriends IIOI nufriends
I friends for its town by publication publItll lIh Ii Ill tioJl of ofillogical ofillolitJul 0fillogical
illogical and untruthful rot of srh school schoolmatters Hrhoolmilt o1 o1matters
matters mattersSo milt t < m mRo
So far fn I the ttuckrnnn n law In 1 w haH been beenproductive Ipuproductive beenproductive
productive of nothing nthiJl but public unrest unrestand 1lJ1rIHtfJIII unrestnod
and moreover its legal status is in indoubt iurloullt fn1oullt
doubt 1oulltShould doubtfShould rloulltShnuJcl
Should that I measure bo declared un unconstitutional lInCoflfititutlonnl lrnconstitutional ¬
constitutional its passage would OllJcl prove provea
a very expensive bit of legislation for forFlorida for1loridn forFloridrt
Florida and a source of embarrassment embarrassmentto enlbarru + Hment Hmentto
to education far in excess CXC < IRR to the hone benefits 11l1 11l1fits honefits ¬
fits it proposed prolJO cd to confer conCorExchange Exchange
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Icin 11111 Moinuili mill howil Ironlilis nnstlp11tlnn IOiislU IOiislUimllnii
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CROCKERY CROCKERYWOOD CROCHERYWOOD CROCKERYWOOD
WOOD AND WILLOW WARE WARELargest WARELargest WARELargest
Largest stock south of Baltimore Baltimoreand
and PRICES EQUALLY AS LOW LOWKnight LOWKnight LOWKnight
Knight Crockery Co CoJacksonville CoJaclisonville CoJacksonville
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SHOES FOR THE FAMILY FAMILYPRICES FAMILYPRICES FAMILYPRIGS
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