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' , Poughkeepsie, N. Y. ' j
August 12th., 1935.
Editor, Duplin Times: 7 ; ':
New York was one of the states ,
to rttfcixjr MS XOhU
, the Federal constitution. As I re
member it only Connecticut and
' Shnla Talenrt . . rafimeri to ratlfV.
New Jersey ratified late in 1922,
two years after the amendment be
came operative. S
. 1 . The repeal of the 18th amend-
mcnt by the passage of the 21st a
memlmpnt leaves each state to hail
die the liquor question in its own
Way. INew ium iuao ai. .moij
capital a Liquor Control Board.
The Board exercises strong autho
rity all over the state.
The various towns,, cities, and
. villages have "Liquor Stores". In
these stores liquor may be bought
. in sealed packages on-, not to be
rimnk nn the Dremises. I rarely see
any one entering or leaving these,
stores, aitnougn tney ao a innvmg
1 business, I am told.
In other places both beer and
hard liqucr may be bought to be
drunk on the spot. We do not see
the word "saloon" or "bar-room",
however. We see "U. S. Grill",
Jones' Cafe". One place is called
"Paradise Grill", although "Hells
Kitchen" might be a more appro
priate name. No one is allowed to
sell liquor for consumption at the
place of sale except in connection
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S aye Writer
with an eating place, it must be an
eating place in reality too as well
as In name. If a government agent
calls for a meal In such a place
and there is nothing to eat oh hand
It is too bad for the proprietor.
: I started out, Mr. Editor to state
a few facta that I think, may be of
interest to your reader 1 dp not
mean to advocate measures, ' de
fend practices, or .uphold theories.,
: One thing, however, in conclu
ion. If a person comes out in pub
lie drunk here, be that person male
or female, rich or poor, a town po
liceman or a state trooper is ready
to arrest that drunken person. A
few .days ago in the city of Pough
keepsie a prominent lawyor was
driving under the, Influence of li
quor.; He was arrested, fined a
hundred dollars, his license was ta
ken from1 Wm.':::: ?.:-';;,v:Jl :;'--k"
Every state ought to deal sever
ely with drunken drivers, whether
the drivers have feeen drinking li
censed or unlicensed liquor. ' Our
state of North Carolina has many
reasons to be proud, but law en
forcement is not one of .them.
. Truly yours,
' JOHN T. FITZGERALD.
Don Party; V 1 '
On Tuesday afternoon, August 6
three little girls, Louise McMillan.
Mary Eve i ... si si and Hortese
Blanton J- : i rolyn Turner In
celebrating r. r ix U's birthday. It
was not hard fur the girls to guess
the age of Carolyn's doll i for the
birthday cake with three candles
told the story. '
Each little srlrl carried her doll
and each doll carried a birthday
. After Plavine games and enter
taining; the dolls the hostess served
delicious punch, chocolate cakes
and mints. V'. l:-' -u,.-'-.
Mrs. O. T. Teachv oh Thuradav
evening entertained in honor cf
her house guests, Mary Gladys
Barrow of Durham and : Minnie
Ward McMillan of Favetteville.
After, the Invited guests arrived
Miss Thelma Mallard and Miss
Willie - Mae McMillan, chaperoned
the Dartv on a Treasure 'Hunt.
Finding the Treasure they returned
and after playing games the hos
tess served delicious refreshments
: Miss Maud Carr of Wilmington
spent Sunday with he a parents,
Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Cart. I . :
Evelvn and Pattle Williams of
Route 1, Rose Hill spent the week
knd with , Elolse i and Charlotte
(Tells. -Jt'X vi'SS'- w..i:-N.::v;: -;v
.Mr. Mover McMillan snent Sun
day with bis carenti. Mr. and Mrs.
H. D. McMman-':-f'i
Mr. Harry Turner Kpent the week
end at WrUrhtsville Beach. -. f
Mrs. J. E. Rouse and Jakie
spent Sunday with Mr. and ; Mrs.
Kichard Rouse. 'i-rih
Mr. Richard Rouse has accented
a position at Clark ton during to-
oacco season. i,:,!..;,-j.;:r':,'-;.v,'i-: :
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Smith of Pike
vllle. were euesU of Mr. and Mrs.
E. a. . Forlaw Sunday.. .
Mr. and Mrs. C. V, Holland spent
the week end with ; relatives at
Danvilleri.,Va.,::i:;: v.. w-s-,; -.'
"Dot" Forlaw visited relatives
in Greensboro this past week end.
Miss Melva Forlaw; has returned
home after completing The Com
mercial Course at Kings Business
Miss Mary Alice Haigler of Co-
lumma, s. c is the guest of Mr.
and Mrs. J. I Wells.
Miss Haigler and Mrs. J. 1
Wells spent Friday In Wilmington.
Mr. and Mrs. Charlea Sara nt
Callahan, Fla, are visiting is the
nomes or Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Sou
therland of Willard and Mr. and
Mrs. J. I Wells.
Miss Jannan of Richlands was a
welcome visitor -in town Sunday.
-Mrs. William Whitfield and chil
dren are visiting at the home ' of
nr. narcies southerland and Mr.
and Mrs. Faison Southerland.
Mrs.; Dolly Turner, Mrs. W. A.
Southerland and Miss Rnatn Ruirx
erland are visiting Mrs. Norman
ow 01 uaarioice. ' , ; ;r "'
The Josephine Wells Clivin
at the home at Mrs. Stanley Wells,
August 12 at 8 :30 o'clock.
Mrs. Dixon Mallard tauirhf Hi.
Bible Class. Topic: "The Holy'SpiN
it in Paul's Letters." Mm. h u
Wells led the program. Topic: "The
opint oi unnst m Every . Day
Uff." After the. meeting the host
ess served lemonade, and Angel
Food Cake. This circle was named
In honor of Mrs. U E. Wells' and
the regular meeting mi nn ho.
11. H. LANIER .
' Muddy Creek, Duplin County
GENERAL MERCHANT AND
' Cold Drinks and Cream -DOROTHY
TO MY . FRIENDS
I am putting in a COAt and WOOD : :
yard at the Northern edge of WARSAW i :
on Highway 40. It wUl be equipped with : :
a set of platform scales where, you can' : :
I get CORRECT WEIGHT No measur-
ing 2000 pounds to
I RED ASH and EXCELSIOR COAL
Weight Quality Scrvire v 1
A- ''it t-...:
in bart t.
it bit l
and hu' ' t
with a i
her from ;
-.VS FEOil FLAT
CK ks., '
t a big mud-turkle
s swimming pool and
3 Johnson on the toe
i till she got out and
! i his mouth open
: e t.d 1t up to keep
eding' to death... her
. and her i
ve rone to the coun
' to c.iuult the law for
actual a: 1
...ay-tlve damages an-
. .lightnt : .struck bert anderson
on the f Idny morning endur
ing a thut. -cloud, he suffered a
slight ' t ut his head was so
hard,' t .ii i tning could not do
annythit: j it, so it bounced off
And killed 1 i mill which he wu
plowing hla i.rnip patch with, he j
nan nenn r t rn rnm neaa uv v&r
tous persoi tlf oar without getting
nun verry oao. ; ir,:.' ,,:
. .the summer. scholl which is being
teecheo, by miss Jennie veeve smun
ia.verrv well catter-nized. it will
close early enough for the childrens
- - ... ,
I Tem -Vaiice Comes
(To the tune f -We-U Work TU1
i-f-'i X-ir' .'K1 Comes) i,,ltir
We're living in awondrous land,
. Thoueh daniter lurks along; -
So we must Join with heart and
And stand against this wrong.
We'll work till temp'rance. comes,
We'll work tUl temp'rance comes,
We'll work till temp'rance . comes,
That we may save our homes. .
The liquor forces M our land v-.
W1U loudly blow their horn, ;
TO make the people take a stand,
' And vote f or barley corn.
For strength and help we look to
, Who Uvea and reigns above; s
To save our. boys nad girls from
And keep the onces we love.
We're. threatened with an awful
God help us now, we pray;.
May We not have conditions worse,
But Wipe tnr curse away. , ,- r
We thank our.God for Christians
We'll hear their voices ring;
They'll hearken to the. temp'rance
can. ' ,
and work for Christ our King. .
We're miUiona strong and love our
s . cause, - ' 1
Halleluiah, 'to His Name; t v .
We'U fight against the liquor laws
Till victory we'll gain.
On Judgment day k We'll hear Him
'. say, '
' "WeU Done, thou faithful one,
You stood With me from day to
day ( -Come
now into thy home.?
By, Dr. Zene B. Spenoe, Gelda-
tmro, N. C.
i V iii ii ' T
1 A:.- r
AND " ENEMIES I
each ton.. ' v - .
Specializing In , . 1
to hc!pVater the crops and will
ta'.e up when they get thru, she
teeches 8 grades herself, and her
twin sister, sallie .veeve,1 teeches
the rest of them, her vacation will
take place betwixt one end of the
term and the other end where it be
gins again. i
, .redd Jenkins, our dairy farmer,
has benn treating his milk like the
big copper-sationa have benn treat
ing their stock, vizzly: wattering
same, his 4 cows give 8 gallons of
milk a day and he sells 14 gallons
a day: his pump furnishes the dif
ference, he has quit that practice
and Joined the church, he let 10 of j
other man to beat,'' ;';.'i't '-;p'
. .rev. will walte, pasture of rehob-
er church, will be assisted In the
ML"!!." 5.?! a"U!
special sermont on the evils
strong drink and thin dresses, .and
it wiU be delivered on this 6cCa-1
sion. the collecUon wlU go to furrin
missions. , he la a strong and verry
loud speaker, and has always benn
able to. keep his congrer-gatlon a-
wake. cotpe one, come all. but la
dies, plese wear plenty clothes or
get emoarraasea with nis taiK. '
' t 1 yores trulie,
- . ". ' mike Clark, rf d. -
, corry spondent.
jar. ana sars. mawin xion ana
Miss Pauline Holmes were week
end visitors at Mr. D. S. -Wallers.
. Mrs. Erwtng Kornegay and baby
spent Sunday with Mrs. 'Edgar
Outlaw. . .
Miss Katie Outlaw of Sykesvllle
Md., Is ' visiting relatives and
friends- in thia section. She is quite
a atranger as she hasn't-been In
about three years. " ?
- Mrs. 8; M. Waller Is spending a
few days with her son, Mr; D. S.
Waller "Granny" Is always, wel
come back to the old home com
munity. - j: vv"" .
Miss Pauline Goodson Bpent the
week end with Miss Irene Outlaw. -
Little Kathryn Waller and Alene)
Outlaw spent Sunday with Lena
and Nelta and' In the afternoon
they all visited Miss Ruth Bell.
Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Waller ana
children were, at the "old hoine"
this week end. :yy:'';':-',--VX
Mrs. Edd Kornegay and children
spent Saturday P. M. with . Mrs.
s ) -w J !H
' A '. ). ; -:
BUSINESS WITH A BANK?
The butcher, the baker, the eandlisteck maker T Yes, and their wives and 7
their sens and their daughters. "And so do their sisters and their cousins and -their
That's why this bank, knowing how many types of people and businesses it '
serves. Is different It isn't Uke the dentist's business, or the garageman's
or the grocer's or the hoasewifd'e. Yet It to like them, something of each of
them being a part of this bank's make-up. '
Put them all together the dentist's ethics, the garageman's Ideals of service, V
the grocer's pride In his stock, the housewife' sense of valuesand add to
thai a strong feeling of trust, a sense of responsibility for sound advice and '
watchful protection. t . " t '
Then, and not until then, do you begin to define what this bank Is, what makes
. It different." It's different because the people It serves are different, and they '
in turn choose It as their bank because It todifferent. ..
' : " . - f ' - o v.,'....;
A f.jw tru.a this sec:" 1 i . -i-lng
tobacco, on the t r - I re
portiiMj goc-1 prices.
i Rev. lair. Vernon ! i L i regular
laat Sunday. .
,v liill church
Mr. Lee Albertaon an son spent
few days last week with Mr; A
Mrs. R. Wallace. ; . ;.
Mr. and Mrs. James Brown and
Mrs. Cordellia ' aith, Misses Irene
May and Eva Smith were Kinston
shbPDers iUondav. ;
Misses Lillie MiUer, Rubj? Mae
and Hunter Swinaon, Gladys, Doro
thy, Mattie Pearl, Ruth, Eva Smith
attended the Young Peoples Union
Meeting Tuesday night at Pink
... Mr. J. O. Smith of Newport
News, Va., spent part of last week
with IStj B. F.; Smith- and fami-
and Mrs. Raymond smith
Und Johnston Mae and tillfan Eva
V1 Beach "
i. . ' arnlth tnnb
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Mr. Willie Williams of Va., spent
part of last week with his parents
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Williams. ; .
NEWS and VIEWS
.(Continued from front page)
through many of these contacts
that work has resulted. Mr. Jer
rltt has devoted much of his time
to this work and Is due the
thanks of ' the people of this
county. Most every one knows
Mr. Jerritt and know that when
he enters a thing some results
are bound to come. His ability n
unquestioned in almost any field
he may go Into aejd his persona
lity is such that people are in-,
spired bj( being In bis presence.
Also may we . say a word-, for
Miss Dixon, the secretary of the
DupUn County Unit. She has
proven a very efficient one and
FOR SALE 'J. "
FIVE JERSEY MILK. COWS and
Calf.' Heavy Milkers. See C, H.
' McSwain, KenansvUle, N. C. -8-28-8t-C.
H. Mc N. P.1
.; l::r:iT:' FOR SALE
H6TJND PUPPHSS. Cheap; Mrs.
Germon Powell, Kenansvllle.
, v 1
... .. a i i
1-8 U ' f i t
and w i4 h ,
Mr. BicLetuion's K-
Mrs.' -Scr-ir:::;' .
A dinner was given by 1 .
den Summerlin Sunday, Ai;
1935, honoring her little dm
Polly's ninth birthday. She t
I an old time country dinner, i
1 style.' A large birthday cake
aine Dink candles was tne cent .
'.Interest. In the afternoon, feci
the crowd left, she served the b -thday
cake with ice cream. In t! ;
afternoon, Polly entertained ho r
little friends by taking them to
Sunday - School. Those f present
numbered about twenty-five and
all enjoyed the day -very much. -'i
.Having this day qualified as Ad
ministrator Of the estate of Martha
Smith, deceased, this is to; notify
all persons indebted, to said estate
to make immediate settlement and
all persons having claims against
said estate will present them to
the undersigned, duly verified, on
or before the 12th day of 'August,
1936, or this notice will be plead In
bar of their recovery.- .
This the 12th day of August;
1935. . j "
. 1 T. W. SMITH,
i Administrator of the estate of
Martha Smith. ' " ' , ' H
9-l9-6t. n. h. b. - - , ;
GENERAL MERCHANDISE '
Everything " to Eat, ' Drink :: and
Wear, .Correct Prices and weights .
to all. ice Cold Beer and Fresh
Meats. Mules and Horses for Sale '
or trade. Discount on Shoes , ISo
pair.'1, ,, ' .t-t--'.,s
u ' M.,W. HCSEV, Prop. -
Day & Night Service
, COLD DRRINKS,' AND
We Buy and Sell Farm Products.
On Pink Hill and Beulaville High-
VfAji'.'- ;,v way.. .v"-.;'..v.;:..-:.);. r'i
: yQEOROE RHODES, Prop. "