FRIDAY, APRIL 20, 1923
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EVERY CITIZEN SHOULD HELP
SPOTLESS TOWNS IN FLORIDA
No Reason Why Fight on Civic Ugli
ness Should Be Left to an
The Anti-Ugly association Is the at
torney for every home owner, every
property owner, every person who
does business in Kansas City. Every
defacement of sidewalk, street or al-
make Kansas City a less desirable
Gtate Sets an Exampie That All Ssc- place to live in.
tiens of the Country Might
Copy With Benefit.
A xv.avi may erect a million-dollar
biildinur, and wo still permit bis
neighbors to rive bim a back alley
If every town in the South would trash ran settinp:. A family may put
imitate most of the' towns in Florida. jfS savings into a home, and we per-
the .South would become noted m the owner of a vacant lot next
throughout the world for the beauty ,oor to depreciate the value of the
and, charm and cleanliness of its borne.
towns, declares a writer In the Ma:v.i- Tm Anti-Ugly association has gone
faeturers1 Record. out to remedy this condition. It is
Cleanliness, it has been said, is , omnlovin- nttornevs to belt, enforce
next to Godliness. A dirty individual ! existing ordinances and to studv the ;
situation with a view to more prot
t!ve legislation. In this
J. S. BRO
Wood and Ice,
All lines of our busircs
to-datc business methods.
At the Deoot
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is neither clean spiritually nor men
tally. Dirt makes for ruin physically,
mentally, morally. This is as true of
a town as of an individual. The dirty
town, the town Cull of rubbish, of un
tidy houses, of muddy streets, of in
sanitary conditions, is non-progre-si ve
materially, morally and educationally.
Neither mora! iwr material advance
ment tlourish in dirty, unkempt dwel
lings or in unkempt towns.
If any town or city is ambitious for
advancement, or if oven a few of its
men and women are ready to devote
their time and energy to the better
ment of the community, the surest
way to achieve snivels is to clean up
Tll:tl.'t n-i.-l- v-ir.l (nil YV.mt -.n-ilci
, ' ' ' ' road companies have been held liable
t ' , ., , damage done bv the tire spread- L' 'j'kjwl 1.
them clean, encourage the people, , r . . 1 fU. - . ..-. - it
, . , , . . , . . Jag iroui their ri tr its of wav hv ivi- iiti r -n 1 -- - i n inf .
white and black abko to beautifv . ' .. , , , , ;
jioi (.-Menu wns naniiny 10 ini man
nore protee- j t
it is acting ! kn
as fh( agent for the average citizen.
The man who bears about the work
says. "That's fine."' Tf be meets a
member of the organization be slaps
bltn on the back and calls him bully
boy. Hut kind words pay no lulls.
It is no more the job of the mem
bers of the Anti-l'L-ly association to
do this work than it is of any other
citizen. Kansas City Star.
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Brnvard, Nor'h Carolina
DHI'AKTM KNTS College Preparatory, Normal, 'Music, Ursine!-s. Do
mestic Art. 1 1 cs'. hold r'conumics. Acrii uiturc.
ALL LKpAKTMLN'TS arc directed by tcacrcrs v. itii filial tialr.injr
and large experience. They know tkt ir IioSir.i .-s.
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Getting After the Careless Citizen.
Tic farmer is held liable for dam-
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age if he builds a tire and permits it I J vT-v' ; -
to spread to bis neighbor's land; rail- ) 100$;
road companies have been held liable ; '3 ; M'.'cV. He -.w ' ' : : y ':r.Y ' : h-:r-l-- VVg ?
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their homes and their yanls. stimulate
a lovt for and a pride in their iion.es
ami in their towns, repnir the tumble
down yard fences, paint up, make
tinners ns ebfin outside as t'ley should
be inside, ac.l tl.cn That coinia ruitv
mentally, morallv and
N'o co!::n,':r: y w lneb does not clean
up and 1 1 : " ' r ;:p, which docs not do it.s
best to !:io eb-i. vtrc'W ami clean
yards. i.;i : e riubt to look up and
fjie.. i' e
! , cry ! : v ! ; s lr:b!;s ni yon havp
no: i'-ed i p en't on, that it is the
other lYilow's habit that is always
with a basement full of rubbish, a de
fective chimney or other known tire
hazard, which results in fire and in
jury to his neighbor? Why not com
pel him to reimburse the city for the
expense of putting out tho tire caused
by his earolesMiess? 1'ennsyhania
has such a law. A number of cities
provide this penalty by ordinance.
Th" large majority of fires are due
to care les.-Tiess, and there is 110 more
effective way to euro such enrelesstiess
than through the pocket hook. Chi
cago I'aily News.
Si, ten ene American cigarette costs
l.iHKMM',1 rubles in Mo.W, tiie ques
tion naturally arises: Why not smoke
rubles in -tend?
The human infar.t is the most help
less of all .animals. Otherwise1 lie
probably wouldn't be saddled with
a portion o; t no war :e nt.
Although it i5 b beved that certain
Interest le.vo ie-:gs on all the etlier
ch ..-. to tin- earth b-r a radio monop
oly, intorpl.anota. y space has not yet
been staked o'u;..
'ey the 1 .. ! t'
husband or a
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TFe Barber Shop where you get that smooth,
velvety finish after each shave. Our host:; cf friends
and patrons arc our best advertiser?. A clear skin
guaranteed by us a her one of our message.
Children's hair cutting our epceialty.
Wc no'v carry a large supply of fiihing tackle cf
every description and kind, and have a large assort
ment of cigarettes, cigars and tobaccos.
V nee a customs r always a customer.
Fresh Meats and Vegetables
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Larjre selection of Capos and Coats
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Slipover and Tuxedo Sweater.-, newest shades
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Our dimity Blouses are lovely at $2.25. Other
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shins. $1.50 value 98c.
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