Posted on June 23, 2017
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Giving access to caffeinated sodas was too much of a stimulant, the ministerial union said, and too much of an enticement for young men to hang about the streets, leaning on telephone poles instead of spending time in church.
Category: Hidden Southern History, the girl with the inner purple hairTags: 1900, banning cokes, blue laws, coca cola, crazy laws, life's disappointments, prohibition, skipping church, small town life, southern history, southern life
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