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PUNTA tiOHDA HERALD. WTKXh GOKDA. FIORIDA
r'tida. May 26fr.. Itgg ahr unta (foriia Hrralb Published Weekly Friday Entered at the postoASce at Punta "jtiraa. nonn, a matter PAUL K. GARRETT.. Second -clas Editor Punta Goraa Pub. Co.. Publishers Paul K. GajTWtt President Adrian P Jordan Vice-Pres. A- C. Jordan flsi'j Tlssi Am-riran Prefs Association. "ew York. x. t.. foreign Advertising Representative Subscription Rates: One year. $2; six month. II: three month 75': in advance. Remittances should be made by check, postaj or express money order or registered letter. Stamps accepted for small amounts. In ord. nnc ehaiiKe of address, ive old as well as new address. Sub scribers deflnn subscription dis continued at expiration should notify office in writing, otherwise it will be continued until notice to stop Is received Advertising Rates: Pisplay. run of pap. r. matter to be- set, 35c per single column inch, each insertion; plate matter, with no type la v-. f t. ;jc r-r inch. Additional 'T.i.- for preferred positions. Locals six words to the line. l"c per line ilassilied. lc a word, iecal advertising at rates fixed by law. Cards of thanks, formal death notices, resolutions, etc.. 75c each. Notices of entertainments, where charges are made, and articles in behalf of money-making enter prises, at regular rates Wake Remittances payable to Punta Gorda Publishing Company and not to Individuals. jTery dollar we spend, and the state cent enoueh, and are not to blame. 1 J" 'and federal road departments will I But where were the mothers? . j take over the road and maintain it. Where were their fathers? Out of iwirtri, iiiua me luuuit ui wuiii num ui nuiiies uiu tuey come. this expense. : Don't these parents know that girls' i Whether or not we receive the aid ' who eo alone to public dances are I from the state and federal Kovern- not respected, and don't they know Mil to which we are entitled de-that when a girl is not respected, sh pends entirely upon how we proceed, is wolf-fodder? If we proceed along the right lines What are these mothers thinking! we will receive state and federal aid: of, who let their daughters chase V : if we go wild and go into some half- ! around town alone at nights, parad- A baked scheme without regard to thej And all because their parents have T , requirements of the state and federal no sense; because the homes in which S : governments, we will get nothing. I they grow up are not properly guard-. X When we build, let us build right id- At bottom it is laziness on the y which means that whatever we do J Part of the parents that makes these X should be done under the super- children what they are. Laziness is , x vision of state or federal engineers. ' 'he sin for which society pays. For! or engineers approved by them. jnjurder done in passion, men expiate ; I all their lives, and sometimes, per- y OLD Ot'ARO BEATEN AGAIN haps generally, find peace and re- X The defeat of the Old Guard in ' Pntanc-. For stealing done in want. Y i Pennsylvania, following the defeat of'God nas forgiveness. For all sins lithe Old Guard in Indiana, helps to'and crimes there is justification all X i-i.nfim. ik fagyt tUt , v. rA r.. -a I bil t one. And that nn lc fhi& lat. 1 "l"M HI IU I 111 I I 11.11 1111 UIU VI II d 1 U I .. T I . . . . . . . I n 1 . .-, 1 nn r.1 c - 1 Al 1 A . , , vi ranui5 w uv shj iu on tneir Well Known Men organization is breaking it n t m K. ii ill ill-; r The Directorate ot the Fidelity Trust Com paiij i composed of men well known for their experience, ability and standing. The give careful attention to the direction of the at talra "I the I kink and seek to make it a use ful banking institution. .tales under Wek-ht ai the Old Guard ! n- lose the SOUls given tOlf J (administration at Washington. Alter ln(ui to tuard and keep, and thereby; ' .... . IrelMU l, . r. 1. . Jk .1 was defeated for the nomination rorT r """ "i nwm i Governor of Pennsylvania because he and wanI and ignorance and misery, j$ represents the same element in the1 Kor Parents like that hell was X party and stands for the same poll-I bmlded- For '"'"ess that risks the cies that Harding stands for in the ! ano usefulness or cniidren. nation. Alter's defeat is a further nothln but hp" wil1 suffice not hell. confirmation of the fact known to ,wr lur t""arHn' moupn me onagP i i ... , .. ... i ;.i a ni-v r-rnr n i nr rmf hi y ; itiosi pojmcai or-ervrs tnat tn p o- "" M'i r i i -4 ime at larce have had all thev arili for ,he 'ovenly parents, who let th stand of reactionism. inefficiency, in-' chilareD walk int0 "ff,'s b'" fir without 'Rah for John Ha-anl vote for him! Every bod v Nobody is talking or thinking now about anything but politics. People. I therefore, who are planning to elec-! trify the community and win great romnetenrv and alliance with sneci.-il privilege which is so flagrant and no- pona (Ka tonus that even an Old Guard stand pat Republican state like Pennsylvan ia will not longer endure it. l no vote lor (iirfoid rinchot, as in was not a vote thought or warning. Em- Gazette. Away With Flimsy Kxctlftes In The Times of Wednesday there was published a letter signed "A the case of Beverids;e of Indiana, i G,ove 0wier." telling of the experi- for any affirmative enoe of a man 'ho attenpted to es- GORDA.Fj- Fidelity oYoir Interests H. I. Drengors, Pres. A. P. Hatch, V'.-Pre. S. C. Met iillough, V.-Pres. J. E. Skipper. Cashier cot nt w-Ammm kni o , ni., r . . I 'ablish a grove a few miles from li,rv t .u I I .....i.. ' iis.vo, a .... I""""1 .. . . ; V " "I T . I anainst the Republican national ad-: lan,Pa- He the land, set out ried. had better put it off till after the primary, for a wedding at h is time won't attract as much attention as a sandspur in the bust of a fel low's breeches. ministration, and incidentally, a pro-!nis ,r('es- Placed an old but faithful test against the Harrlsburg contrac-! "lan in ohari-''. Planted a few acres tors' ring in Pennsylvania. The Pin-! 10 watermelons, potatoes and other, chot vote does not mean that all the men and women who voted for .Mr. Piochot in the primaries are going to vote for him I of them vot had no othe: Thoi as soon as the primary is over. which will be soon, thank goodn and people can turn their attention to the accomplishment of something I registering their prot worth while, we hope the city au-lno,ilic condi'ions broi thorities will take definite steps to I befuddled national have that waterfront mess cleaned j Tnis element will be up. It has been talked about for a ! the candidacy of Johr number of years now long enough I the genuinely progres to demonstrate the fact that talk will nominee for Governor, not do the work and it is time, pasti,heir votes in November. They real-i time, to act. Very few towns of this ' 'w ,nat ,r- PiUCOOt ran only be elect- size would have tolerated this thing 'd D' tne support of the Old Guard so long, for due regard for the health !and tna his election, brought about j and comfort of the people, the town's ! in s,lcn a wa'- uM simply mean ess to carry truck, to help out the exnense ac count, and returned to his business in Tampa. Two weeks ago he visit ed the place again, and found his promising grove a pasture ground for a herd of fifty wild cattle. They had brok-n down his fence, destroyed his truck crops, and seriously injured his administration, found behind A. McSparren. ive Democratic when thev cast 3 th I young orange ti taker had chase I hot sun. until h compelled to give planter had no rei have been difficult have been miles away home. f he had succe ing the owner of the cat' his case into the cour have been confr tion of a legal The old care cattle in the exhausted and P the job. The j ress. It might even to identify They might from th-ir eeded in find ttle and taken rts he would vith the qnes and it would development and an appearance l !tDat n' would be po decency demands that such messes as ;olM lnost of !ne progressive policies Ihic K. nnt ol1f.w..4 s4i I til all h.' BlalV havp ThtV- rfnli- alert that John A. McSparren would be 3 ml;;h,' pcor law'r WD0 po"Id I free from anv such alliances and en- , n0t P""k "aWS wi,h an" In the Now that it is a settled fact that I ,Qu,,c a .ia -,, : s,ate of Florida. It is small conso- the citv dock citizen- is iu ue re-oui i tor .; -i- .v... i i'mi uuit iu tile ,1 , , .. . , r , . . .-. r . . I - u.s.auce , ,,dwv ,eei. tne people ?hjp of p,.nnsylvania. without regat oi tne town ana the city authorities should endeavor to devise means of extending it for another jcan piirxy 'u" ur ,eel ?,llcn a" Wten- whoie ever will or ca sion neea not De more than five feet in width and would not be expensive! to build, since many of the piling that supported the old dock and the lation to a man who has seen hi jj property destroyed, his effort to add .to the nrnnprtv rain. . rf , Viii oni. I tn. n.,nv -"v ....i..- ui .u rion i i v i . ' ' . SOllie Thi.ru i nn hnn. tlial th. Pciinh ot Pennsylvania as a )'-come a pro nnsylvania is to take her place in the list of pro gressive states, it must be under a Democratic state administration. The net result of the Pennsylvania primaries is a repudiation of and a warning to a reactionary element i now in control of the uuuiif utii tits tue summer norit it ,w,t;zi. ,Vio, a,.o d months, and practically no outlay of blundering, four-flushing normalcy f aCr"S ar' ""n'd 0Ver for real cash would be required. While L at an d. and tha, thp , nf',hf; and every burning this work is going on the annearance - , , .v. . Ous the fertility of the soil material that is left could be used "N lor this purpose. Doubtless a great deal of the work could and would be done by volunteer workmen on Wed- frustiated. to have some lawyer can didate tell hi in "The time is not rip I for a no-fence law yet." In God's name, when will the time be "ripe," if not now? This la not an isolated jcase. Such cases are happening all ,over the state all the time. About ;one year ago a dozen settlers saw 'their homes destroyed by fires in Lee county, and the fires were svt to im- nt'OVe th- natnrtn'C fur o mm km m , Republican tick-eaten cattle. Every year thou- of the waterfront Eventually Florida will be a great uiiKui ne greativ' ni.ii.. ; i i i. : ; Improve by pulling out all the old warninc tc the r.tinn.ri,, aic ,h, i barren d"f,rt of '"'Productive sand) pilini: and other urfsiirhtly objects ', the worst is yet to come, that now mar the appearance of the! . bay directly in front of the town. r', , t ,vmmmmmm. LET'S BOLD RIGHT It is generally conceded that after all the preliminaries are gone through CUPPED CO MM EST winch will take many years to brin back to a productive condition, if this ; policy continues. Florida sand needs humus, which nature will supply every season, but which we burn up just as regularly. How long will this suicidal policy be allowed to con tinue for the benefit of a few seraw ney cattle, for which ihi.ru la nr. 'ress di-nateh frnm Tanna ! -. . ... for at least IHn.oon to hnild it, tv..-,... . . . I "Irei outside the state? The . . i uuisusi, DOUU rioiiua cities ana fjma i nnt .in" ..a ,, share of the Tamiami trail, the senti-;co,ln;i., wlMa the Dex, six weeks .0' we n u T m. n. favoring a bond issue for thl. L -, rote on the issuance of at leas, 1 . 2 .. - e 8 feW purpose apnarentlv being overwhel- am ,. . """""ai m uounnaie tne state in niing practically unanimous. South Flo:ida is nothing if no; Droirressive -Veen-, I i n 9 in an A ccn. wnn tnat t.nariotte county will bond ciated I' $6,240,000 worth of municipal and their own int and an county bonds. On June 20 HUU-ipCiaJ pnvjU.M, a,ajns, ,hp 2Ct,,lal; One hundred and fortv thnnaanH t. . . I uuiuiiFU cvuuij Hill uie on a rOaUlcattlaM wlm i.i- t dollars is a considerable amount of 1 a TZ... , aaa .n. 17: -ettl ho are developing the Mate 1 L..11 i.-ur- j 1 v .. 1 rtlJU Oil Wie Th same day Pinellas county will vot money tor a small and young county to invest in roads or in any other proposition and before it is spent a gieat deal of consideration should be given to the subject to determine the way to spend it to the county's great est advantage. This amount would, doubtless, build a very good toad from the Sara- on present policy is destructive of the cattle industry itself, as the past year's historv mt Thn Other issues to be -passed upon by the In,n arp rari " K, ,,.', , A..'.' a . ui wvaii uvilVU by their ODnosiiion tii tit amiKm , m $2,000,000 Issue, also for roads. voters are: Plant Citv, $150,000- Tampa $000,000; Miami. $700,000; Uon and a just, and reasonable fence Went Palm Beach. $125,000; St. taw. The no-fence 1.. V-v!! Petersburg. $365,000. .-CllOOl HIS- .ick nntv .hQ, .,. . . v. , . . jiiu iiunt ana tne No. 1. Palm Beach county, voted fair. They ask for no special privH Thursday on a $20'i.(i0ii bond issue .u. ... . . sot a count v line to the 1 .... m...... . .w.. . r'3 am" ,u stocKiiien nav I ' " 'i m-11001 minuings. Knowing , iov.-d for veirs line, and when the present good roads tho nnUrr,..i .,. w . 1 e en- and now refuse to give up. We spend many thousands of dol lars every year advertising the state as a trucking and fruit growing re gion, and invite settlers, yet we per mit eurh outrages as "A Grove Own er" so justly comnlains of fine ei.h in its Faith. I nutHn n in ,n.,. hv limine nQtii.nt nil.,K. , .1 j.. . ,. , .. .. uoiiais ... . i.ufcm muir Aiini'i; a great section. 11 IS nesuneu state aid and federal aid in build-1 to become a thousand-fold greater. ing the road. This belief has been ! Florida Metropolis. justified in part already, for the en-1 tire road has been designated a state Parent- ReapoaatMe road and a primary ..a.ral-aid road! The other nieht at a nnhiie nn i.t roic agita'.on was started the main idea , iZes the municipalities and counties! was to issue bonds to this amount of South Florida. The Metropolis pre to build such a road, regardless of diets all of the:e proposed bond Is-1 the State Road Department and the '.sues will carry by overwhelming ma- ; federal government, but as time pass-1 jorities. South Florida has its fac ea mucn aiscussion ana investigat ion j turned towards the future and is ot tne sunject aeveioped the (act that vesting worldly good might secure Alreadv a creat . in- worth of advertising. Let us place Florida in a position of equal and ex act justice to all men who come here, whether they till the soil or make a 1 : .. ! i . ... i uiaf hj raising cattle and hogs. expensive barriers anrt the Slate KOail li-IKll 1 llicnt hnn in L-..,ri .. , . . t - -,- . ... i.mvuna sntu nine gins oi lb io tne prospentv of anv hoaet and agreed to give this county $50,000 in came without escorts. They spent industrious citizen, for'on such the addition to furnishing engineers to! the evening dancing cheek to cheek j future progress of the state must de make surveys, plans and specifica- j with men old enough to be their pend. Do that and we can advertise tions. This means that in time, if! fathers and danced dances which its advantages with a clear con-weproceedalongthenghtlines.com- could not help arousing passions j science. The time is always "ripe" plying with state and federal require- which should rise not as mere casual for laws which will enhance the pros ments in whatever work we do, we emanations of a passing evening, perity of the state, and such laws at . will receive from the state and feder-but as the emotions of a life. They tan issue in every campaign Tampa si road departments one dollar for were short-dressed girls, and inuo- Times. FROM THE HEART OF AMERICA'S FINEST WH EAT FIELDS COME THE MASTERPIECES O F A M E R I G A N FLOUR MILLING REPEAT (SELF RISING) RINGLEADER (PLAIN) Demand this of your retailer, knowing that Kings cannot have better flour than your own table FOR SALE BY ALL GROCERS SPARKS MILLING CO., Makers Since 1855 TERRE HAUTE, - . INDIANA Cumberland & Liberty Mills Co. Exclusive Wholesale Distributors ! t I st b. i .. ... .