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arnr-nsnaT. OCT. S4th., 1835 ' i r
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J. ROBERT GRADY, Edtor-Owner y
, B. O. (BOB) MAXWELL, Contributing Editor
R. 8. GBADY, Circulation Manager
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- ENTERED XT THE POST OFFICE, KENANSVXE. N.
cj AS SECOND CLASS MAIL MATTER, ffl
i , . BATES OF SOTSCBIPTION
ONE TEAR (BY MAIL)., POSTPAID
A DEMOCRATIC JOURNAL. PUBUSHED
CBAT AND DEVOTED TO THE MATERIAL, ATI
ScSmio. andaoricultiwterests OF
DVPUN AND SURROUNDING COUNTIES.
, THURSDAY. OCTOBER 24th..
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i,M.e exalteth a nation; But sin to a reproach
to any people. Proverbs 14:34. ,
jSmTwoT k.on, a Pile that ayWa.worlh.
warfare and yet there is no league tor j
The only way to get through a difficult piece of wort : isj to
.lLIuin.r at the ceiling blowing .moke ring- doe-nt
nan "ulnme "
" count. '
The wonder is whether Hoover and -Rt J
other again in 1936. There la no advance dope that can tell you any
thing about It, either.
mlttee on Banning ana ""-"-j twl .042 796 00. Sub-
. h .hB Federal Reserve Bank in gold certificate 84Aw.uv. buit
there is left
I THE DRUNKARD'S DREAM
- By" Frank E. Edward
I had a "warning" In a dream one
And I have promised on nay bend
ed knee '
That I will, supported by . His
My Savior and my God, to serve
., and please.
I know that some will ridicule and
sneer 1 ' 1
And say "the poor, 014 Soak has
His love for me, has banished all
my fear, . . '
Til never touth the cursed doom
As I lay on my fifthy bed that
:. itlarhfr '
An earthquake came, an down
and down I leu "
Screaming with terror, filled with
Until at last I found myself In
No brimstone and no fiery flames
f - were there, r
I semi-darkness, shadowy forma I
"Banished from God," Eternal
Bitter, 1 remorseful, lost forever
I mingled with the "helpless, hop.
Cursing the boore .and railing at
Some wept In silence, others cried
: aloud, . -
And some cursed God, because, it
. was too late. . "v.-'
I met a lot of so-called friends
Drunkards and fools, nXe me,
Til grant . f orgiveness freely,
- not doubt,
And give you "Life Eternal"
. - for His sake,
"Come unto me I will not cast
v you out" ' -
Then I awoke, and knelt beside my
And cried Oh, Father, take this
curse- away. '
Forgiv a drunken sinner, OfldI
shnu race was run.
Gone their Indecent laughter ' and
Then, all at once, before me stood
The blame is yours, aU. yours,
Ykm wttjunAd at me.
Through endless ages I shall cur-
I ' as VIM I T)fld. '
a amount from the amount of other' money given above ru cUng to throughout eternl
4 725 404.011. Now this amount U supposed to represent ty ,;i ,
' . ia M, iw whatever amount Hn mu with the curses
And I was saved-for Jesus heard
rm on "the water wagon" now,
: with booze Tva done. , - ,
Tm working; to support my home
ana wue, - 1
And we go to church on Bunday
with our son, ' . 1 c
For my dream of Hell, showed me
Tie-In With Roosevelt x '.
tm MtAtemenL ooenlntc With the
direct and personal declaration
that the decision to run is his own
la a nrorjer encroach to the major
state candidacy. It stresses atate
problems in the soivmg 01 wb
governor ', can.f,' conceivably lead.
North Carolina coming out of the
depression; is especially concemeu
nvr rehabilitation as Mr. Hoey
co-ordinates It with education child
welfare and social security, mere
Is like wise m this paramountcy
an obvious inclination, to parallel
the Roosevelt program ana u
m ine aiato; chuhkus", wo
from which this' candidate aims to
conduct it, wito emphasis .wnjcn
national Democracy portends to be
placing about that .time. , (The
Greensboro News.) . ,. -
do of the estate of Ricnara
ceased, late of Duplin v;oumy,
CaroUna, this is to notify all per
sons having claims aaglnst the
estate of -said deceased to exhibit
them to the undersigned at Rose
Hill," N. C. on or before the 17th.
day of October 1936. oVthia notice
will be pleaded in bar of their re
covery. . , , , :
All persona lnaeDtea w "r
tate will please make Immediate
payment. ' '
This'iTtnc uay 01
Admlnistrix of Richard Brlce.
Gavin & Gavin, Attys.'. ; v ' j
muln rniDjl lt III I.iiik, J.
Thomas corner; t cuce .t 12
polee to a stake; thence North
a 9- nnlM to a stake on J. A.
Southerland's line: thence his
iin Vjmt 12 Doles to a stake on
the main road, containing one-
This the 21st day of October,
1035. ' '
J. FAISON THOMPSON,
Nov. 14-4t J. F. T.
Mrs. George F.
, week. Dr. I
in this section and 1
are expected to be la
Mr. and Mrs. Paul oo
spent Sunday with Mr. fc
Mr .and Mrs. Btepnen x
and children spent Sunday v
I Mr. and Mrs. James Aineri..-i.
Mrs. Blan Lanier, Miss u ' 1
rwev Lanier and Mr. Fred ,
ett spent Sunday at the Prl .
Batplst AssoclaUon at Nov
mm n tt. learner auu v
Lanier-' spent Saturday night
-; 1 NOTICE OF SALE '
Duplin County. ' ' ' .
Under the autnomy in
ed by a Deed of Trust from Robert
J. Kenan and wire, tinenne mu
an, bearing -date of October 4th.,
1934, recorded in the office of the
Register of Deeds of cupun coun
ty, in Book 358 at Page 630, 1 wlU
t. tnr nln for cash, to the high-
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est bidder, at the Court Mouse ooor
in KenansvlUe,, between we nours
twelve, Noon, and One P. M. on
Friday, November 22, 1935, the
aoai4im1 trRitjj of land
AUllUWUlfi VWW.WW -
iln'TJuplin County, North Carolina,
described as follows:
'? 1: "BEGINNING at a stake at
the Northwest corner of the gra
ve yard, K. K. FusaeU's corner,
and run thence with the G..K.
FusseU line East 49 KS poles to
a stake by-tB KenaBvuleoa;
'thence with said road North' 6
EasJWj, poles to stake, South
tkt corner of the store lot;
stake; theoce South- 74 yards to
a stake; thence wesi io pvm i
a stake,'Foetln McMinion corp-
t. 2 Ton , Flarht .Leader
u- n a man. of charming
peraonatiiy, "b r wnsr . r
- . .7'.. - LI- 1 . .... . a.tL , nnlu D r A 1
and- OX flowing eloquence t.iii,r; uenw dotmi i - r
. 1 nnn.Ani,w in il,ii. .h. twio-lnnfniy Anntaln-
ranmnir in inn iMiiuuwm uni.ii'ii
among the top-fUght 'leaders. VH
is honoraue, unswervuigiy, acwi"?
n it. KnnviMiFel It la. mate
to admit that He la Intelligent and
,rtn k a Aimlerhtv rind in iTv ani Mrs.. Melton Lanier
Win infinite Wisdom on October Mr. and Mrs. Albert Wood t
. , . . 1 . . jk 1 . , : ir a 1 v uii
a.w. Ura IMtArfTfl I . 1VW U I MllTinflV.
and,' Mrs. Beatrice Brmson,.
WHEREAS, The nusDana, cuu- Southeriana ana
...j i th, fnmilv I . nviiiA nnndav -niivht
, . o. Hovnttvl and lov-1 uin XTnllle Ravnor.
nave iwi. . - wiui - . , , ,
lng wife, moiner ana raui 1 v Mrs. lienor
suffered an irreparable loss; and, Miss, ida-Earl Pierce took dinner
nn . n rm.. k,inlw hfll) I -...J TLfr-H" TVlHHlA Lanier.
..... - , , .m. on frlnndlVl vh 'A. R. Wood and
neighbor; and, ', daughter. MargatHayes made a
WHEREAS, D. JO"?, Counc. busies.
No. 833. Jumor uraer uiuwi . A" ' v ,
mertcan, Mechanics desire to ex- Lanier spent theweek end at New
press weir jraiuij i -. . . Thlmpn
thi, nhiMrnn. and Mr' and Mrs. Bryson , inigpen
ueorse , ' iV o- Hth Mrs. O. V. La
THEREFORE. Be resoiyea j r. r. Brlnson, Mrs.
D. M. Jolly ?cVi:'ZZ-:laM WUson,
nior Order United American Qrav made a bu-
hanics in Council aBsemwea e Klnston and La-
22?.f i" oran Monday afternoon.
ui. n nutvuir Rrawn. Mr andv Mrs. A. R.- wood and
BB .1 rifw.Il h. miiw in L..,ma: Mamraret Hayes attend
W said hour of their bereave- ed the Annual Home Canning day
aonnnH That, a' oonv of this re
solution be dellevered to the fami
Third. That a copy or uus nu-
lUnk to Vthe beginning, contata
' lngv6 S-16 'acres, more or less."
- jjC "BEGINNING at a ' black
gulu in a . vnuiiMi, w. -
and Jasper jBatts' corner, and
. ... ca 79K AM Oil NOW UUS atnuuui 10 owft -- iy. .
circulate either. As this small siocn m u, - God, X cried
tt Itai 1 to be supplemented by bank credit which enriches the money MerCy!Then a voice from
lenderiCSnrta the cauae,of our eomc v
mis J"BB" , onH p o. MAXWELU Awake. -
M la .Via nhlQT PB11U II UU,DIU -
acunit Uiaw ne ja uiteiuiscuk nu 1 - mm "" -r
.. . . . Aw iM . Vnrlh RA nolaaa ta'.A
him' a highly acceptable govenor. J stake; thence West 4S poles to m
-i-riharintte News. I 'I 'stake In .the oli Kenansvine
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Lucky iror waroui-., j
The next governor of Nerth Caj
rollna 'la going to be Ciyae tts
t . y. 1- -xtMnttt . that, a: man' in
public -life- reaches .a posittbn t.of
love and leaoersnip luava
iTnai it was a lucky day
--- tv. nw North State when Cly
de Hoey threw ma.nai
rlngw iMCLWweii newij
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NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION,
1 TT.fnar viiia1lflaVl1 aa adminlStrtX
Boad; thence with saldv road
South 6 West 50 poles to a stake
l.l wn " Hn. mllMMi It
crotwea f said ' road; tlienoe with
HarreU's' Un : South 40 poles to
the ' beginning, containing s 15
acres, more or less. Recorded In
Book 807 at-Page 828 deeded
from 'William arames and Cora
James to I. JBL Thomas." ,.
gv rTract of : land In Island
Creek Township, Duplin County,
adjoining the t , lands of al. A.'
Southerland.and. I. F- .Thomas.. .
BEGINNING at a stake on me
it Haiiavilla Sunday. '
. Mr. and Mrs.; Arnold Hunter (
made a business 1 trip-to Kinston
Saturday. . "
xnira. iiiai. - - We having again now,
lution be spread , upon the mlnu- mg at cedar Fork church,
tes of our Council; and, - Wedne8day evening at -7:80-
iouruu mv irfdock. Everybody is corum.i
furnished tothe Duplin Times for "ff-.",Y". i Atoo Sunday
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mihllpntinn.i : v v - ' v 1 . . . aimdv lYinrniriC ftt
lacauui cv" - - .
Jmlvn 10.00 o'clock.
lam H.a If . aUlJiiBav
tx7. tho familv 6f Geo. F. Brown
niM ilk- to express to all our
I friends our appreciation for your
kind assistance ana syiutautjr
lng the Illness and death of the mo
ther of our home, i
O. F. Brown and unuaren.
iDr .Storey At
Rev. C. H. Storey, D .D, pasxor V'U Anderson to Irene
of the St Andrews Prespywrian , f ----
Church of Wilmington win oegui ' PusaeU to Reedy
a in the Beulavile AlJZ MaK y
mu..ui. WindB AVAtimir ana iwkubi .M .
wlU ; Continue through out the Btamngs
White - ;
n Un,,atnn to Inez . . Qumn.
Hampton DaU to Beatrice Mobley.
Cyrus FUireii u
Hiighle Waters to Irene JorOm.
Claude Hinnaut to KeanUe Ellis.
Mike Cavenaugh to wora nc.
wnua J. Williams to Thelma
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KENANSynXE. North Carolina
1 Circulation AndiCBureaii
Sanford, JN.iJ. ' ; , .
8, . Year Established, i3
8, Report for months enddSmber W,
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.. 9. Average weekly nw,r.
Present Ownership, JV Robert 0dy;
Publisher, J. Robert Grady. - jv
Published, Eaxh Thursday. .
Audited, September 27, 1935. y .
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; ' Magnolia
1 Rosa Hill
$ Wallace ' i
.v . other Immediate Towns... !j
Total Innnedlato Territory , . ..
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mory.. uiuea '
v-i'i-'. Weekly Papers: "r
;- . Local None. v . ' '.V,
. North-lount OUve, 25 miles.
: :t- , South,' WaUace, 17 miles.
'Baat-None, .;" '. ;:v
?. .' :'y West Warsaw, 7 miles. (
fA..'it;;;qtwia" MWiwdi. ,
i ii . Subscription. Bates, Regular 9;$:
. . Mail, $1.50 per year? Office , v
Yj'-'YY Sales," 5Ci; per copy;--Dealers,
'.' i-l"jme Carriers,- none.-r Ar., ?
i;Y k: 4 Special Rates:
.- Mal, None; Short ; Tefm,-ii.;i.i;,
Yy hv'Noner BulkV None. (' .
15v Allowances on BetnirnW;'-;,;-' ,
Y.:,;'-!Vj None.-" --''iYY'F-J'Y
i-, ".'' mentst iV-H'i YVtr-'
Y, Y'Y ; 'None.1 SY.-:ialBf-' '
-- N . DnlMMtnllflll BjIMWUli! "
YY-i'' Ygocitc, on CommlsBlo'n Baals. . f '
'.is..'.. Eplanatory. Remarks: fijr;
Tear average' based 'pn Issue'
; September 26, 1935. - i
tit. v.nh Mrtifv that this audit was made accord-
19; CerUHcatlonsi ; y;. '..H';, w''Y Ingto the By-Laws, Rules and Regulations aaopiea v.
' We certify that the 'facts nerem ',. j,e Newspaper Associauon uumsi, u
' J..L. U,' :Unnti hv'all the requirements h u.. NaUonal Editorial Association andjmder the dl-
irAvnrninar tlua AUuit. .' : ,,-:..:
v'Y; iY -' ' DAHLBERG COMPAJTT-7-AudltoTS. ;
:. --.r ;! Yy' - vf b. a Dshiberg,' :. 'u; : ;YyY.
YY- 'V v" "':,?:.;v " Y t certified 'Public Accountant. Yy Y
(Etondard Audit Reyort Form. !' Adopted by Newspaper:
- t ITanrers, Inc., and American Association of, -
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rectioh of . the North Carolina Press AssoclaUon.
W. E. Homer, Audit Secretary Y'fyf,yYyy
'ijorth Carolina Press AssoclaUon Yyi
Vernbn T. Sanford, SewtaryAy"Y. Y ,Y';y;
Newspaper AssoclaUon Managers, Inc.
Harry B. RuUedge, Director,
' National Editorial Association.