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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: September 7, 1917
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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with the provision of this Act, or any officer Courts shall make his requisition upon the
1 { LAWS OF who shall make a false certificate under the Comptroller for the amount of ouch **U- ,
FLORIDA. Must Helpless sag Homeless provision of same shall be deemed guilty mat, and the Comptroller shall have th* ;-
of a misdemeanor and upon conviction there power to reduce the amount It la bU judge j
J ( ',;' ." of be punished by a fine of not more thaa ment the requisition U ucea1ve. *
<.,.1i -- liana Suffer( sad Die Five Hundred $500.00) Dollar or by 1m- Sea. S. That Section lilt of the General
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Sec (. That all law and farts of law Statute of the State of Florida be and the
."T STATE OF FLORIDA ) In conflict herewith' be and the same arehercbJ' same U hereby amended M eats read a* r
t.fI' aECAUSE DP THE WAR? BECAUSE CFLACK repealed. follow: \
state.SS.
Office of Secretary of t Of INTWEST AND See T. This Act shall take effect July t:
a' SUPPORT* 1 91 Comptroller to Endorse Requisition.
I. B.
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Claf'CraWford. Secretary of State of Sys' ?.
the Sttte of Florida do hereby certify that ent,191 the receipt of such estimate and the
: Upon
: tile Acts tY
and Raolutioaa
< {' contained ia this volume have been Approved May Uth. HIT.
compared with the original Death Disease Crime Poverty from the Clerk Of the Clreult
\.f EmoIJecI Acta OIL file in Wits office, ed that the requisition
same are correct and true copies. The
sp* the Criminal Court of Record or
y J' .parent' omWion. of words and inaccuracies of language appear in the Enrolled dUls.Yd' I Desertion, and other causes that CHAPTER Till-(No. S). the Court Civil or Court of Record or the County Court I
.;: IN WITNESS WHEREOF' I hereunto hand and affix the Great Seal of bring to our Society practically AN ACT Regulating the Charges by Person of any County the Comptroller thai endorse -
; ;;;l 1"'" 'IJ 1Jlt.the State of Florida, at Tallahassee the Capital, this the Stto day of June A. D. one thousand homeless, helplessand in Aiding or Procuring Pension for Persons on same the amount that he may deem
;
H. CLAY CRAWFORD. Secretary of State needy children each will Applying Therefor Coder the Laws of necessary for the py of laid Juror In any
year This State. of said Courts, and the wltneeai before the
-* CHAPTER 7Z$-No. 1). pension under this Act at the time of his not be any less during the war- Be It Enacted by the Legislature of the rand jury, and the Stat Treasurer shall 'I
Florida
A.'l State of
ACT CrCl1 a State Board of Pension death. in fact these causes will no doubt Section 1. That: it shall be unlawful for transmit that amount to tb. Clerk making

'. DelininF Shin.Itot Who eceiYl Shall Pensions Receive Pensions. Who Sec. 4. No person receiving a pension from bring to us more little ones in need any person to demand or charge any Soldieror inch Sea requisition L That Section IMS of the General ..

Retained As Pensioners. How Who Applications Shall be any other State 'shall be entitled to a pension during the war-therefore we plead pension the Widow under of the any Law Soldier of this applying State, for more a Statute of the State of Florida be and the ..' f

Shall Be Made How Pensiolll ShaU be under this Act. earnestly for the continued, loyal than Five ($5.00) Dollar for all service same I* hereby amended H u to road u
Paid; Duty; of County Commissioners in Re- See 6. The payment of all allowed claims interest and financial aid of the rendered the person applying for cucb pension follow:
x prd to Pensions; Providing For Levy of a shall be made from the date of the filing of when no fee or contract baa been agreed 1593. Comptroller May Apportion Appro
Pension Tax and, Authorizing the State the application in the Pension Department good people of Florida in our great upon between the parties before such ser. prlatlon.-If the Comptroller shall bar r onIon -
: Board of Pensions to Mae Regulations toT provided that an applicant for pension under work-for it would be a seriousa vice has been rendered or performed. to believe that the amount appropriatedby
Carry Into. Effect the Provision of This this Act whose application for pension has serious if Sea 2. That it shall be unlawful for anyperson the Legislature li Iniofflclent to meet the
+ been denied by the Board for any cause, shall very -calamity- our to charge any Soldier or the Widow expeniee of jurors In all the Courts at the'
Be It Enacted ** the Le P'1"111" of the State file within three months of the denial of said work should need to cease during of any Soldier applying for a pension under next enminf term of the Circuit Court. e
ol Florida application additional proof that is satisfactoryto this critical period.Friendslet's the Laws of this State a fee of more' than Criminal Court of Record Civil Court of
,' Section L That the Governor. Comptroller the State Pension Board otherwise the ac. Fifteen ($15.00) Dollar for all services ren- Record or County Court of any County be ;
and Treasurer of this State hereby tion of the Board will be considered final on not forget our own dered In connection with the obtaining of hall have power to apportion the money In .
are
muted .the State Board of Pensions. con- such application; provided, however such action Florida Babies in need- while our such pension where such charge for such the Treasury for that purpose among the ,:i'-, ;
See. I.' Any person who enlisted and served of the Board shall not prevent a new '- e a eyes are stretched across the sea.Won't service has been agreed upon. several counties basing inch apportionmentupon
1' wY R See. I. Any: Person charging accepting or the amount expended for the paymentof
( m the military or naval service of ore Confed. application from being made and filed under you sacrifice if necessaryand collecting more than the fee tlpulated la Juror In each County at the last regular 'if
i trite State during the between the provisions of this Act. which if granted,
war the States foregoing sections shall be deemed guilty ofa and la such case the
term of laid Courts;
of the United Sates shall entitle the af"ly.ng: to receive a This llttl fellow send us your contribution today
ed did not desert the person cam to our'society misdemeanor and upon conviction thereof State Treasurer shall remit only the amount
Confederate service and who performed service pension from the date of the filing of such homeless end emaciated Is new In a ? shall be fined not more than Five Hundred to apportioned to each County and when t.
tcl- in actual line of duty for a period of not less new application; provided. further that noth home loved Confident that y u will Help us (OSOO.OO Dollars or be imprisoned for not the amount so apportioned to any County
than one year or who was m actual service ing in this Act shall be construed to prevent treat, good and providedfor more than one (1) year or by both inch fin* U Insufficient to pay In full all the Juror
at the time Of the close of said war, unless incapacitated Chaplains in the regular Confederate service always.Over Keep up "Florida's Greatest Charity and imprisonment at anyy' term of the Rid Courts. the Clerk /a
for such duty by reason of wounds from receiving a pension. Any person who ", we are your co-workers, See 4. That this Act ihall take effect! Immediately of the Circuit Court. Criminal Court of Rec
** received or disease contracted while in line of drew a pension from the State of Florida at upon its passage and approval by ord. Civil Court of Record or County Court .
h duty or who wu otherwise honorably discharged the time of the passage of this Act and is entitled The Children* Home Society of Fiorina the Governor. shall apportion the/money received by him I
for to under this shall be Approved June f, HIT.
any cause, and shall have been a a pension Act. not pro rata among the Juror entitled to pay
bona fide eituen of this State for eight years required to make new proof and shall be paid State Headquarters at such term, and shall give to each Juror a ,
.I next preceding to the filing of this claim for'paWOII. from the passage of this Act Payments shall 600 little helpless and CHAPTER THZ-(No. 4). certificate amount of compenntloastill _
and whose property "valuation both not continue to pensioners during absence 361 ST. JAMES BUILDING AN ACT to Amend Section 1591 1H2. 159J due. which cerUOcat shall be beld by
real and personal, property of from this State of longer duration than twelve homeless children have Jacksonville Florida 1584. 1595 1591 and 1597 \f the General the Comptroller a* other demand against :,.:1,-
1$ hw wile if she shall nottheave deserted her months; provided that when a pension has already Statutes of the State of Florida Relatingto the State
Thousand, not exceed of Five been discontinued because of such absence, it Judge W. H. Baker, PresidentR. the Manner of Obtaining Money For the See. 4. That Section 1U4 of the General
4 .) Dollars exclusive of his or shall be renewed upon return of pensioner to been referred to us for aid this V. Covington, Treasurer Fay of Juror and Witnesses In Certain Statutes of the State of Florida Be and the
'4r her home and the land on which such home this State where it is shown that such absencewas Marcus C. Fagg State Courts of This State. same 1s hereby amended so U to road M
Supt.A the
Be It Enacted by the Legislator of
? it located, not to exceed one acre of land shall not permanent and wa. caused by accidentor follows:
ads recave One Hundred and Eighty (ISO.) causes beyond the control of pensioner; year. Think of it. ( State-wide, Undenominational. State Section of L Florida That:Section 1591 of the General 1114. Clerks to Disburse Koaey.-AJI the
Dollars per annum in monthly payments. I provided that payments to pensioners be discontinued work for needy children) Statute of the State of Florida be and monies drawn from tile Treasury under tho
however that no soldier or their immediately upon their removal a of Clerk the
Provided road provision
-- the Is amended so as to Reof
same hereby CrtmUUyCotha
T o are now on the pension roll and from this State, if said removal is shown to be as follows: Circuit Court Of cord
drawing a petition shall be required to make permanent; provided, further, that upon' any 1591. Clerk to Estimate Amount and Civil Court of Record or County
1 other and further provided pensioner being incarcerated or confined in of shall be disbursed by the Clerkof
proof; further Make Requlstlon.-Within four week the any County
that any applicant for a pension under this any State institution in this State, the pay Sec. t. All turns required for the payment seal the lame free of charge. Provided commencement of any term of the Circuit said Court u far as needed In payment of
s r? Act. .who !ha* previously I iiade satisfactory ment of any pension shall be discontinued dur of pension to applicants under the provisions however that such affidavit may, be made Court Criminal Court of Record Civil Court jurors for the legal compensation for service -
j proof of service under any former Act. which ing such time of confinement unless inch pensioner of tau Act snail be paid by warrant before any postmaster or mall carrier authenticating of Record or County Court In and for any at the term of tile Court for which y
i proof of service meet the requirement of this hu a wife or minor children dependent drawn by the Comptroller on the Treasurer the same with his official seal County in this State, whether the same be a aid monies were drawn and to no other
d ,Act, although not now on the pension roll shall upon him or her for support when such of ton orate in favor of tile applicant the or an stamp oath.Sea or anyone authorized' to administer regular special or adjourned term, the Clerk, purpose; and should any of the said monle ;.
yS he required make shall be paid to those so dependentupon sum for which he or she may lie entitled out such County shaH remain In the hand of laid Clerks uaa- ..
of
apt to ww proof of service; pension or in the State Treasury raisedby 4. That the Pension Board may of any ot such Courts
moneys said
any
of all of
that the provisions of this Act shaH apply to such pensioner. special levy tor the payment of pensions make such additional rules and regulations, make an estimate of the amount necessaryfor pended after tile payment .1
all those who were members of the Florida Reserve the payment by the State of Juror la juror properly I on the pay roll at any term
See. '. Applicants for pension under this as provided In this Act. not Inconsistent with the provision of this
and also those known u Home Guards Act shall make oath before an officer au- Sec. 10. The County Commissioners of 1'f
which were m the tenricj cf the State of thorised to minster oath and use a seal eaca county shall at least once each year
r. }la ida during the war between the State of stating the company and regiment In pr examine tile pension rolls of their respective .
the Unite State; provided further that any hip upon which he enlisted and served the counties and ascertain whether or not any 1
soldier or sailor who performed actual service date of enlistment and date and cause of person on said pension roll should be dropped
'F t', [for a period of one vear or more in line of discharge, his cltlxenshlp and right to the from same by reason of cot being entitled
duty and was absent from his command at the benefits of this Act H* shall furnish the to draw pension under the provision of this
:p. tune Mm was mustered out upon a furlough affidavit of a commissioned omcer under Act. and make report of their flndlnc to the "HE WHO LOOKS BEFORE HE LEAPS BUILDSOF
;t,: ranted aim after January 15 not whom, or two comrade with whom he State board of tensions who are hereby
+ : bo presumed to have deserted theessetnc and served of the transcript from the muster authorized to drop such pensioners from tile
: PaIL bo entitled to a pension under the-pro- roll from the Adjutant Generals omce, at list. If in their judgment the tame should CYPRESS AND BUILDS FOR KEEPS"There's
.'k' 'vision d thlI Act, unies* proven to be a de- Washington to establish the service claimed be done. The Pension Board U further authorized
F. seta; sad provided' farther that a discharge or other documentary evidence satisfactory to discontinue from the pension roll .
from a Federal prison by reason of sickness to the Board; of Pension any pensioner upon satisfactory evidence
fj that said pensioner la not entitled under the
where nch sickness is shown official -
by records Sec. T. Tb* Board of County Commissioners -
: and also by positive proof shall not be of the county In which the applicant resides provision of this Act to receive a pension. nothing i nore lmportaattoteSauthtoiarthanDippingVats
t1 ". considered a deserter of the Confederate Gay.etnment shall Investigate all claim mad under See 11. That the several camp of Confederate
Veteran of this State b* and they
this Act and report upon the application
;; are hereby requested to co-operate with the
!ft Y See. S. The widow of any deceased soldier whether or not the pension applied for ttoarua 01 County commissioners and diAie
,t or tailor who enlisted and served in the military should be cra ted. Pension Board In purging the roll, U there \
'.:' ;' : or naval service of the Confederate State See S. Tb State Board of Pension. shallfurnish be persons on said roll wto are not justly ,r
darin* the ,war between the State of the annually, suitable blank for making entitled to receive a pension.
>t"' 4", United States, and did not desert the service. such report and shall ale application immediately -% Sea 12. The State Board of Pensions
? :''t.i: and who performed service in actual line of upon receipt of amt hall forward to each pensioner who i* not and most Important thing about a Wp.lifl Vat Is "
: "
f, l' on the pension roll at the Urn of the passage jfce
:- M of this Act a certificate that he or she
1s entitled to draw a pension which shall o. FREEDOM FROM
prim fade evidence to all court of the REPAIRSI

-.. ( rig
4 r. bee. 1$ There shall annually assessed
and collected a tax of three and one-half

,1--- ,. mill sessment necessary per dollar which on or shall ail so property much constitute thereof liable a, fund as to maybe as for- ARE U. Se GOVT. SPEGI lfl ATlONS GOOD' ENOUGH fOR YOU?


-. .' the payment of pensioners, tae proceeo cf ,

'. pensions.which shall he applied/ to the payment of The U. S. Government's Demonstration of a Standardized Dipping

$ bee. 14. Th State Board of Pensions shall

r prescribe out rule of the and provisions regulations of for the the pension carrying Vat Constructed Throughout of a Trad-M arlled All Heart"Tidewater

law of this State, see that law are com-
v plle4 with and shall make report and recommendation
o to the Governor at least thirty "THE WOODETERNAL"
I days before the meeting of the legisla
turn Said Board may man rules and regulations CYPRESS
for the conduct ef their business aa !
.- they may deem proper not In eonntct with !
;, < the spirit and purpo of the pension law.
They may employ clerk at a salary not
exceeding Five Hundred Dollar (| VO.0) is triumph of Minimum First-Cost Simplicity of Construc-
Hands aad aa assistant cleric at Three a ,

quarterly& out* (11'8.118)of the State per annum Treasury payable on- tion and Long Life, Freedom from Expense, labor and annoyance
the certificate of the chairman ef said

> Board.Esc. 11. Th Governor *,f the But of of the repairs and replacements inseparable from other materials.

Florida may. and he !. hereby empoweredto e
ruuc tile tnlllag authorized te bo a.>
eed and collected under this provision of TRADEMARKED ALL-HEART "TIDEWATER" CYPRESS -
this Act when la his judgment the amount .
assessed will be more taaa Ole moat
required to par the pensioner authorized by IS A "NATURAL BORN" GUARANTEE POLICY

this sea AOL U, All laws and part of law la OF ECONOMY FOR THE THRIFTY ,STOCK MANe
conflict with the provision of this Act be.
and the sam art barter repealed
jt Sec II. This Act shall taU tHoct oa August -

I 1. 1927.Approved.June 7.-HIT. FOR DIPPING VAT CONSTRUCTIONeither


CHAPTER 1UI-No. I).
AN ACT to Provide for Monthly Payment

r and of Pensions to Prescribe; to Make Penalties Regulation la Connection Therefor. ( all above the surface or embedded in


li-- 5 .... ; : xA Be Therewith.State It noted of Florida by: the Legislature of the the ground,) this trade-marked CYPRESS is the

,. .. Section L That from and after the quarter *
ending June IOU. ml, pmyowBt of pea-
sions heretofore or hereafter granted to persons LOWEST PRICED MOST EASILY INSTALLED (byU.S.
in this Btate shall lie made monthly Instead ,
: ;s .i .. of quarterly, a* new provided by law Government LONGEST LASTING AND
and the Comptroller shall lira his warrant Specifications)
on the State Treasurer In favor of each
.6t pensioner granted a pension under the laws ALL-WAYS SAFEST AND BEST MATERIAL KNOWN.TO .
A of this State, for a sum equal to one-twelfth
of the amount annually granted to such person -
and mall the same out oa the last aecu. BE SURE THE CYPRESS YOU GET F
Jar day of each month hereafter beginningwith S c
; the month of July lien nsulng.Sec. IS THE CYPRESS YOU ORDERBD-
S. That the Comptroller shall haveprinted 'e'
on the back of each pension warrant THE TRUE "WOOD BTERNAL"LOOKFOR

drawn and bent out la accordance with the THIS MARK IN THE END OF M A
; "' provision of the foregoing Section a atat-
; ment t* bo mad by each pensioner under' EVERY BOARD or ON EVERY BUNDLE '1CMW NLLLS.Pa.Ona
; tt' oath which shall be *nb tantlally a* follow:

I do solemnly swear that I am a boa WRITE OUR DIPPING VAT DEPT.-WE'RE HANDY PROMPT AND
fid. citizen of Couty. CALL ONUS OR HELPFUL
Florida; that this claim 1* Just and correct.
.) And where the pensioner I* a widow It
L hall further state that she 1* still or wa*,
.. ,- .... ', the widow of a Confederate soldier, and such SOUTHERN CYPRESS MFRS.SSR -j
'.
statement shall be accompanied by a certificate {
of an officer using aa official seal or

L. L. MEGGS tamp that pensioner 1* a bona fid citizen HEARD NATL. BANK BLDG., JACKSONVILLE (NEW ORLEANS OFFICE, HIBERNIA BANK BLDG.) -
of ,. county Florida and I*
f the Individual to whom the pension wa
Chairman County Commissioners, Duval County granted and wher auch pensioner to ft wid
M ow. u shall further certify th fact that she 4
President State Association County Commissioners of Florida ha not remarried atne being granted the, -
,
aid pension. Provided", that where such at.
davit and cwtineat to not mad u herein
provided, such warrant hall not bo paid br Act ao may bo deemed mocoooary U aaf- the Circuit Court and witness before th* of the Circuit Coart criminal Court of Rot-
3Y Next Governor of Florida the State- Treasurer until it ha bn M I prlaonmeat not exceeding ono year. triad Jury, and Jurors la the Criminal Courtof cad Civil Court ef cord, or County Carl
mad. I para tile penaton trad and to this Ar earryDut > Record Civil Court of Record and County the Clerk of uy neb Court aaall transmit ;
Sec. S. That the affidavit provided for ta <, tbo object aDd purpose of Court. at said term of Court ud shall the urn to tb* Comptroller within tea dan
(Paid'AdTwttoemeat) the foregoing Section may be mad before See. I. That any person who shall unlawfully forward such eet1IDate to th* Comptroller Of after the adjournment of such Court and
: any State or county official wine ft sal who :I cash any ouch warrant or swear this But: and at the tine of the forward- span tailor to do so shall be suspended from
la hereby required to take inch affidavit and i I Falsely to any statement made la connection lag inch estimate the Clerk of any *f Mid. office ,y the Oornor um tile sat meedac ;
.- of the LflUur when tile Governor shall
. duty for a period of not less thaa one year, report his action to the Senate =kz
tmlc** dnDap.date4 for neb duty by reason \ Sea t. That Beetle till ef tU General
,__ of talk, woods received or disease contract Statutes of tile But of Florida b* M4 4
: .. ed whDe fa aetaal line of duty, or who was .the. follow MUM I* hereby amended *o M U i4

y.... otbcnriM booonUr discharged for any cause, J. C. Halsema 159$ DdcleM1-14: tb* eempea-
J a4 who hat Mt arricd tiact the, death of Manufacturing CompanyEVERYTHING tats of jurors at any term Of the Ctreoit i
aid. ........ 'pwlJsd that sock sarriic Court. Criminal Ocvt ot lUond. Clrtl cnn
, iota .** ptevcat over the ate 01'il" of Record, or Omtr Cant xa4 th* r'
wed amount tlmta hy the Clerk.*a4 th'Leos
forty of ds
aoldier from
a
ytan drawing
,,..1. .. a pessioa rosier th* Hisisc of this Act if FOR THE BUILDER Manufacturers of EVERYTHING FOR THE BUILDER be ln.aet&t. to pay to iftl old Jtnr. Mid ,

,aaiiI.aaiiI ..:iMt has .. dissolved br deathhanaaremieol or w yes lb. ll*.mah***, sir t.* e.er.tasses-

w.. a... .. NCei... nary U pay MMk aXaalt. U4 th*asset f*.
r onedr .. bra Lumber Sash Doors Interior and Exterior Mill Work
l Doris.- (_> mind shall to tnatmtttod t* th* CUrt tetl
per M -thb pq.ab; proli 8MM Hanna AV 2M rtctll I HVsWtiMtt r
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vidsd we! M this or ordee.Co .
;;e saw :: t'--=*fee a .... of eight yeart *. t. That'SoottoB uN ell tbs OooorelBtfttatas
1 : ,, ?- tar ib...... br ..... Also Dealers In *f the Mate of FMrtda.' be and to, r1',..
;'\i' cIIIa: .....1. that from and be. hereby si.*ansd a* aa M tea* M fellow ..li"UII.
ttt. ... _. .. Aet .. will skMO Cut. Mako Trptaaie f*, .*. Y
...... .. ... .w. wb.a..rigs was ab3 ROOFING PAINT and HARDWARE The dork of the Ctowtt Oswfc c CttxSSCourt *t ZH
e .. orerrfed inch widow ot Becerd. Ord OwBt of HooMjL .r ...'\:,g
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." i" _"r" ''- CO UStt of'*ach atcBTttiea and tto'vatae b* fixed by the Board of Direc Insursne* companies shall pay to'tha State and not more than 40 h. p.. tit; Serie D.so as to endanger the property or th ; <

.. l . of tIn at received, aaU aaearfr tor*u. have the authority Treasurer a license tax of '". and to addition Automobile of more than 4t h. p.. and aot limb-of any person U tho rate of life *r'
,.v .'..... JI ., t t. t* the vvmatot 'to supervise aad revise a appraised value thereto each of RId companies ahall. more than 10 h. p.. til: Series E: Automobile a motor vehicle operated on a speed at .o f
dan ,', t O day of January after of more thin tl h. p, ttO; Any typejlf way of this State Pnblio Urk. Ttt
;: aM .i'e IM lodgment or decree which may ha reader. past due paper as provided for upon the thlrty-nrst exceed II mile
:. Caarkaf.. ar..K.ed aramst aaid accaaat af thaprirtiefei thb II i the passage of thin Act and UPOn the thirty automobile seating ten or more passengers, for a distance of 1-1 mil*, sack aa koar :
rate
speed shall i"
II tC mi sard Csvttart. CIm hcram C.- '' J. or Bret day of each succeeding January there. tlO be prima fade evidence of f

.! a* stoaareV.a*.Caaaty ..shall tonrard.tw that the -cHarfe* mad said f. of any bank or U be.o do after par to the State Treasurer two percent Motor vehicle having been licensed by any person operating inch motor vehicle b st the .Y .
crating the -
b ot the gross amount ot receipts ot pro other State of the United State shall be same at a rate of op.
comptrollerWatts
.tM business
roUa doing this spe
at aaek abatract ahaU ed
tajr currentother violating than
i say la greaur
a St o from policy holder te tail State. subject to the provblon of this Act after reasonable and
taa:day aflar.tka.adjournment ataaakCoart I or' the provisions shall be dpi Blums tlon of the proper aad ta viola
been the State *
t Sick and funeral benefit companies or associations suck motor vehicle has ta provisions of thi
th Aet
: .1' ..t tka ComBtnner.akan aadtt rY for t e of a fl' uP conviction thereof doing business under Chapter MSI, for a period of thirty days. cept within the limit of aa If. ax.,
,M".
: ._ *aw Ua varraataatka Troaaaryhe p by of not exceeding load city, the rate Incorporated
other
-.". ,. i jaad akatt he Laws of Florida. Acts of 1105. shall pay to j Motor Trucks (For hauling any of speed of a motor
aaeaat daw tkareoa aid pay $s..or by te the State prisonnot the State Treasurer two per cent of the gross than passengers)-Series W Trucks of not operated on the public highway vebJete
"2 {)ww > *i.i.i aaek wanaat aad tkeajmsaat CP fa. '). exceeding pet bojh such fine and amount of receipts from policy holders la more than one ton. siC: Series X: Truck of State where the operator's view of of thi*
<' rotaraad ay dork of aay of aald A,ACT t Pe ia In-, iplt PYde that the provisions this State. Provided that Knights of Pyth more than one ton and not more than 1 tons and traffic I. obstructed when the read,.

tf ; .takiag ajtttoraamlaUlea ot tile Clerk It Oe ol the Conunu of t Ac shall not apply t lu or other fraternal or benevolent associations 125; Series T: Trucks of more than t tons a crossing or Intersecting public appri highways
'J.T' f li u Asaeuor of any shall be exempted from the provisions and not more than 4 tons 155; Series Z: when traversing a bridge or a sharp
'g am.iV Tkat ioctlOB lilt. the OeneralBtatatea i the State of Ct to Pro- et. et to the penalties of this Act. Trucks of more than 4 tons |100. or a steep descent or a curve in lbs tan -
} e< tile fltat of Tlorlda be aad the Fod'ad n This shall not apply to motor trucks operated exceed 10 mile fcjghway
ride When the officer or direc Insurance company association aa boar such rue
,
Should of
Tie Fr ht any ball
aaaaa ss koreby amended aa aa to road a* &T eumete commissioners on county be prima fade speed
Which Prt Shall Be a company organized firm or individual fall to pay to the by county son evidence that the per
fottewa;. Be It Enacted of the Stateof under the laws of this State and doing business State Treasurer the percentage as above .roads for constructing or repairing roads log the operating such motor vehicle 1* operate
UK. Aeoounttag aad Paymeat ta the t te who of the amount of receipts and owned by the county or road districts same'at a rate of peed
violates gross greater
: ot ot said F t Stte any of toe pro required In such work. Is reasonable and thaa .
.ptrllor.-JTio Out any State the and used by them exclusively proper and In
from and after the holders ia this by
pauafe visions shall be subject from policy the violation
Oaarta small.'wttkta two week after theBdJoajrsnaoBtr t t ll In each and every year No license fee shall be required for a tin provision of this Act. If the of
and of thi March
at .Bar. term reader ta tke approval Act, it shall be the da removal office by the first day of to said gle trailer of not more than 600 pounds' ca. peed of a motor vehicle rat of
? v Comptroller a tan statement ot Ida accounts of the, Comptroller of the State af t State of Fd and shall not b eligible te the certificate of authority association Issued firm or Individual pacity. When more than 1 trailer of aot publle highway of this State operated ta apoa the

4' tar moaba received lad dbbaned by aim i to each o the County Assessors re-election position or any other Insurance company be to transact more than 100 pounds capacity b attachedto street railway car that b stationary passing, aay
the ease ,
ejndtr the provtstoaa. aad pay aver severally, la the State of Florida.qoarterannnally. official position te any bank or t company as may shall be cancelledand a single motor vehicle or when one or to stop on the tarn tide of the ear sboot
I aay 'Tt hands; and should aay oa the first Monday of January. doing business i this State of business In this the State State Treasurer and It 'more trailer of more than S09 pounds Capacity passengers are ordinarily received on which
revoked by aad
ever July and October, oa demand of five from date p operated the same license fee charged exceeds three dis
J aaak dork tan U aeaonat for aad pay Apr yean t for such Insurance are so miles aa boar,
unlawful rate
promptly an kirn, tha I Ct A iaxet, reipecttvely, S 7. That ol this Act shall shall be any Individual to shall be paid on each aDd every trailer ao that of speed shall be prima facie such -
Lc I .r.J411aaJJ held company association firm or herein required for a motor the person evidence \
be paid by the Treatnrer construed operated as Is operating such
aarettaa oa Ib b It u repealing of the ex thereafter te this State his!. 1 motor
any transact business ve
.
and it ahallaa of the State of any vehicle of the same capacity.See. operating the
for same amount aim
UaMe and respoaatbte ; fo a o Wing banking laws, unless provisions of same unless such Insurance company association the peed greater than at a rate at
to
: the duty at th* Comptroller 'report totka turn equal t one-fourth be m conflict with be new T. Where application b made b reasonable and '
o fa provisions firm or Individual shall granted a and ta violation proper
tka de t the registration of motor of the
-: aovaraor aay failure aa tke part at (f5) of the t amount this 0 authority to transact business Comptroller for any Sec. U. provisions of this Aet
o ciO r Ac certificate of
dates January Application
account tor ceived vehicle or trailer between the for
faithfully
licenses
by
.s sat dork wak to report monlos:sad and tile Governor I* aa- his predecessor Clt the T.or of Appre June 4 1917. In this State. In compliance such certificate with of provisions authority first and June 10th, the fee charged for motor vehicles as a chauffeur may to be operat* -':
law authorizing made
account af aaek report from daring and oc f St of such registration shall be one-half of the by mail or otherwise, to
tkorlnod. OB the
tile Comptroller, ta suspend from offle aay Fond balance of f t p yo CHAPTER '(No. li) to bo Issued. amount let forth In Section 1 of this Act upon blanks repared under Comptroller,
i suck defaulting Clerk until the,next seoslonat such by AN ACT to Amend Section One Hundredand Each Insurance company or association Sec. t. The registration fee Imposed by The fee provided herein hb authority ..
: tka Lagbtatar*. County Assessor o Tua respectively, Seven (107) of the General Statutes of firm or Individual mentioned In this Act., this Act shall be In lieu of any county or with the application. shall be deposited

fr Sea. ft. Tkat this Aet-shall take effect over 11 abv the amount the State of Florida Relating Warrants doing business ta this State shall upon tl municipal license fee. and It shall be unlawful be verified and shall Such application shall
r tmBotetetyupo its ptasa- and approval durm .p Pad t first das of October after the passage ot this for any county or municipality to plicant and state the age of the ap
no
when a f by the Legislature of the State Act and upon the first Aay of each succeeding collect any license or registration fee on any license shall be issued to
person any
; ,X 'a77 *. f. tin.elu.PU. at double assessment i* by the B Eue October furnish to the State Treasurer motor driven vehicle; provided that all fore under the age of eighteen yean. Be

CIt CIOt and.p thereof Section 1. 107 of the General the name and address of each agent or solicitor counties and municipalities may charge an a chauffeur's license is granted the
r WO. I). of Tht StO authorized to write Insurance ta this additional license tax on all motor driven plicant shall pass such examination ap
IL Alt ACT to Prohibit tho Iseutng by Any One S I That f.and after the passage of Sttt Ford be and tel State together with the affidavit of each vehicle used for hire, which additional tax qualifications as the Comptroller shall as to his
? \ of Checks or Order Upon Bank or Other t Ac it the duty the Board of : hereby amended 1 t read u such agent that he ha* not and will not directly shall not exceed fifty per cent of the State scribe. To each person to whom s license pre
luoh 0.- the o or Indirectly divide or offer to divide license tax. granted shall be is -
Penons.Whea the Vakere af Cunt C.I.le o 1e Cte 107. Record of Warrants Paid.-The Comp rebate part of any assigned some distinguishing
Sufficient rand his commissions or any number or mark
den or Cheek Bav Not Fod t to Sec. .. Upon the sale of any motor vehicle and the
,, on Deposit With tile Drawee to Par BackOrder C py Taxes of each such Coun troller shall cause to be entere te the War premium on any policy of Insurance with any already registered In accordance with be in such form u the Comptroller issued ShaU

ta Proscribe a Rub at vtdeneeTbereta. ty, o State month rant Register a record of Wat paid corporation firm or individual: and for each the foregoing sections of this Act the vendee ; it may contain shall determine
aad ta Provide Punishment 11 rpe.day t o Fd moelb' during the previous month, lh me local agent or solicitor each Insurance company shall within ten days notify the Comptroller and limitations special restrictions ,
o shall to the State Treasurer a concerning the
demand of such C I such entry m the record so pay of the same upon blank furnished by power, hone type of motor
B.1r.tSt by the Legislature of the re 0 respective, aa amount A Tua kept u shall show the number of each Wlr license tax of SS and It transmit shall be the the duty County of- the Comptroller for that purpose stating the of the motor power vehicle design and other features
o n t rant paid te whose favor drawn whom the State Treasurer to to business address of the previous which the license
State of Florida: twelfrh (1-] ) of four- t of name and operate may
) total the and address thereunder
p) sjeetioa L Whoever Ctvoa. make* ar l*> amount of commissions o paid and the date Tax Collector name In owner and the number under which such tinguishing ; it shall contain the dis

,aaea ta another aay draft order ar check. County Assessor Taxes riye by each See.2. That o p1et of laws in every such agent as resides cities and respectively towns may motor vehicle 1* registered and also the licensee number or mark assigned to the
either ta kla own behalf or aa agent for in o per conflict with a provisions. of this such county. Counties not name and business address of the vendee his name place of residence and ad.
omce, from such agent
k: trm eorporatioata A b require a license tax of any all other required In Section dress and a brief description
aay penoa ar persona or the a Cut 1 and the same are this State License together with data of the licensee
preceding hereby of for
balance the to exceed fifty per cent the
- 4 paysaeat for toed or chattels tend* or a Approved May red' I of this Act Upon filing such statement purpose of identification. The Co.ntrohler
22,1917.CHAPTETTZn ,
'tenements, ar ether thing af value, tka title CI by tuck Ot. Tax. such vendee shall pay to the Comptroller shall furnish without extra
ar posssssloa of wniek akan have been transferred o r.e 41 That each Insurance company association a tee of one dollar. and upon receipt of therefor to each chauffeur so charge
ups fattk of payment at aaek drift.m above installment pay- -(No. U). firm or individual shall pay to the State such statement and fee, the Comptroller able metal badge with the licensed a suit

1_ ardor ar eheek. sad akan act at tka met b prre for,', shall to payable AN ACT to Ad Section Oue Hud Treasurer for each traveling agent or solicitor shall file such statement ta his offlc and her or mark assigned distinguishing num
gfrtag. maktaa bsutag or preoentetioa af .he a e and double assessments and'Three' ( the General doing business In this State a license tax note upon registration book or Index such badge shall thereafter to him thereon. This
seek draft'ardor ar eheek aave euQelaBtmoney ia approved County the State of Florida ia Relation to the Issueof of tit for each such agent Counties cities change of ownership feur; affixed be worn by the ctiaf.
oa deposit wttk aaek bank ar of the several counties CliOe Wlt by the Comptroller of this State. and town may require from any suck traveling See. 10. Upon the sale of a motor vehicleby place at all times to hb clothing ta a conspicuous

tea hoe* peraon arm or corporation t* pay copy thereof with the tile Be by the Legislature of the State agent or solicitor a license tax of tt a manufacturer or dealer which ha been his while he b operating or driv
t aid draft order or check ay the beak State of f CmptUe o of F for each county, city or town that he does L previously operated under a dealer license, ing Such motor vehicle upon public bivhwayi.

banking toaa*.' penoa. trm ar oorporatteBdrawa See. 1 That if and when the boundaries Soa Tt 10) of the General business In. the vendee shall be allowed to operate same badge shall be valid only during the term
of the
apes akan pet wttkta twentyfoarkoara of any County m the State of Florida of Son Florida amended For each Insurance adjuster whether resident upon the highway and street of this State license of the chauffeur to whom it b
St t b non-resident who haa not paid a license for of not than fifteen day issued as aforesaid.
after written node of tile preeewteoata chanced, whereby a" follows: or a period more Every person licensed
Ct. after s 1 t as agent or traveling agent who adJusts after taking possession thereof: providedthat operate to
sad ..ettt ay sock beak n motor vehicles as
chance of a chauffeur
; baaktag kooae. aeram. Una ar earporattoaaf or lessassessable Wut-Eyt warrant iue by the Insurance lone In this State each Insurance daring such period the motor vehicle thb Act shall endorse hb under
each draft order or check make ran aad propel Cj thin was included I such shall b Dumb company association firm or Individual shall have attached thereto, In accordance the margin of the usual signature on
4 complete natttattea br retnrnlng the COBatdoratloB County prior to such change te such ia chronological ode ia each em- shall pay to the State Treasurer a with the provisions of this Act a number space provided license issued to him in a
OCt
round for eaCh draft order a each change o boundary, the mencing with Dumb One: and each warrant license tax of |1.. plate bearing the registration of the manufacturer thereon for the purpose, immediately
.- .!; ar shack ta tka perasa ar person ta wfcoso to to paid t the County Assessor o shall refer t te 11tUe1 voucher For each Insurance rate-maker or rate or dealer under which it might previously and upon the receipt of such license
fi4 favor eaekdraft order ar chock was mad Taxes of such Ct. ia installments as o' by the number tef wheh shall agent traveling ta this State who make have been operated: and. provided domed such license shall not be valid until ao en
also be fixe recommend the fixing or adjustment; further That application for registration lathe Every application for
gjaMa.proTMaajko a.s dkafl sot kava Yi two this Act.shall and or : a license filed
4 r'- .'DQtq or diminished o proportion as rants shall also state the name of A of rates ta this State. each Insurance company name of the vendee shall have been under the provisions of this section shaH be ac J4

r tile aeeat of tile % tI & the assessed value fo the preceding year of creditor and the different transferees and a association firm or Individual represented made, by mall or otherwise before such vehicle companied by a fee of $.O0; and all license is

c. Ue lawful kolder tkereof If tto aamoTskaU the property ade or subtracted mm such for to the particular Act or Resolution, r by him or whoso rate are affurted shall be so used sued hereunder shall expire on January first of
beea gSu County, bean total Section which it issued by his services whether such company b operating See. 1L No person shall operate or drive each year; provided however
Java traMfwra4..n be deemed te assessed value of a tef 0 was and alone or aa a member of any association a motor vehicle who b under fourteen year for licenses ; That the fee
l r tetoar. sad spot oaavictloa akan kaff property te sack Ct lor tha year test the head expenditure to which she tame combination of companies shall pay of unless such b accompanied granted on or after April first ia
person
*. .* !?" ** Is the $tMe rta2 CC Ih ep o ld. 'b chargeable, and the amount allowed shall to the or State Treasurer a license tax of $25. by a age duly licensed chauffeur or by the ownerof vided any year for shall be one-half the annual fee pro
pined BIt Iftatw thaa one be stated te words at length and warrant herein.
? S& pro ; no Provided however. that nothing ta this I the motor vehicle being operated.
a BBO aot exeoedtag one thousand Yde te Section two o this Act. which a shall ever be issued until the same has beenauthorised Section contained shall apply to mutual fire Sec. 1!. No person shall operate or drive r Sec SO. Upon the recipt of aa i-Bcatioa
; Bettaw or by beth aaek fine sad bQrt.aa.to. t b mad .1 the Oil., may aad by Act or Resolution of the Legislature. Insurance companies organised and doing a motor vehicle on the public highway of for a license tinder thb Act the

.. b md by 1. Ct CI Ad the Cljt1 shall register business under the laws ot this State and this State unless suck vehicle shall have the shall thereupon file the same ia hb Comptroller
t Tka tatredaetlOB of seek unpaid Cte. 0_ each I none of the taxes herein authorized and distinctive number assigned to It by the register the applicant in book office aad

b draft ekoek ar order with the *vpplsmsnt.o f such I tat Treasury or depository Approved Hay' 1917.CHAPTER provided for shall b* required of any such Comptroller conspicuously displayed on a shall be kept ta the same a or index which Z
.ary aatk at ,tbs aayoe or ? f the Z company. metal plat attached to the front of said vehicle or index for the manner as the book
jrat aaak draft- cheek or order wa See.&Tbstaflhawsandpartaofkwm 14). See. i. This Act shall take effect Immediately and to the rear of such vehicle such and when the registration of motor vehicles -
-arssialid far aarmoat ar eatored for 'eoU conflict herewith AN ACT Relating = Tax upon Its passage and approval by the rear plate to be so placed aa to catch the examination applicant shall have passed the .
.t'Oat tto aam waa retaraed aa Sec. a. That a I r immediately and Tax Sale t Providing II Governor or upon its becoming a law without aide rays of the tall light by night and se- number provided for in this section, the

; .,., paid akall to doomed prtma fad avUeaee upon its a and approval by c Surrender teP1at : his approval surely fastened so aa to prevent same from or mark assigned to such applicant
together
{ tBwasaseatfax .fr th Approved May 21. HIT. such with the fact that such
hall
payment thereof tbe Governor or 'upon its becoming a bw the Interest to Be Collected L swinging. No person display on applicant has
4' sad a raoatpt traaa tile refbtry dpartmBtis without the Governor'* F. vehicle at the tame time any number assigned passed such examination. shall be acted ia ;
t_'\ 'at aar Catted tatsa. Tostoffle*. shin be Approved May I. Thereon f Le of Existing Interest Pen.BIrF.ctedCthe CHAPTER IITt- 3 r eosaod prtma fad evtdmoa at tbs actual AN ACT to License and Regulate the Running law. Sec 2L Licenses granted hereunder shall b
*
*d&Ivuy at. aides M provided ta tkto Aetf' ( 19. te Legislature o the State of Motor Vehicles on the Public Sec. It. Such number plate shall be of, renewed annually upon the payment of a fee -
)
1' ). All tewe or parto of lawo to eon- AN ACT CP No o P Highways and to Provide for the Regis. metal, at least six Inches wide by not less; of $. such renewal to take place oa the first
.flat wttk tkto Let ara koreby repealed. the Treasury of Public P.et Into the rate of interest 0 arrearage tratlon Thereof: to Fix the Amount of Annual than fifteen Inches ta length and shall show.In day January of each year The Comptroller ::i
'*1 ,AnproTod Kay *1. MMtv CoUecton Money CUe bye of taxes and on all lien and tax salescertificate License to be Paid Into the State bold characters the year registration may refuse to issue l)
aad or renew a license
: Sheriffs. U h
Ta which held by the to Provide for the Distribution *
C B Enacted a owing t or Treasury: serial and number and the abbreviation of deem.the applicant not
the Legislature of the State qualified to receive
-- CHAPTn TIM-ma. I). of b the name of the State. No number plates I such license.
AIT ACT ta BeteUea to Paymeat of Depodto Fc: hall b* used other thaa those furnished by _
to Two ar Mara Xamee.o It shall be the duty of an the Comptroller. Additional number plates Sec. 22. No person shall operate or drive a

It Baaetod by ..
..It Ttortda! e of thIs S t pay over aot l the payment of a fee of ODe dollar, aa hereinbefore highway of this State unless inch person shall .j
Isittaa t.,.Wtoa %deposit baa best .&. t S.o t w to the We make Tents, Awnings, Tarpaulins, provided for. have complied ta'all respects with the requirements "
.
'0 atoll kere*ft to made la any boating P" 0 depository legally Sec. 14. Every person firm corporation of this Act provided however, that
.. tnaaaettaff ta this ltat entitled to te or association manufacturing or dealing ta non-resident who has registered and a i.i
le Sails licensed
A la tto aames at tw* ar atara pereoaa per by t collected at e Boat Tops and Curtains, motor vehicle may, Instead of registering r under the provisions of a foreign
ItrtS ***.-*. atttor.- or payakU to afttor or tko S and legal holiday c each motor vehicle so manufactured or dealt state territory or federal district country
aarvraer. aaak deposit ar aar part thereof,' anch Ceo e in. make a verified application upon a blank dence shall be of his resi ;'
1.1 .*ev aay fctterest ar atvteoad ttoreoa. may to See. I collector sheriff faffiflf Canvas Bags and Covers to be furnished by the Comptroller for a Act; provided exempt from license under this ,!
-\1.,paid ta atttor af aald tania wtotker tto to Section Oae o this Act abut general distinctive number for all of the however, that he shall wear the .; '
4 *****. *a *a to cP,1 o vehicle tooI badge assigned to him In the foreign
avtaa ar atjaad tile re- b* of a and tor owned or controlled by country,
#1 :suM ar aatatttaaaa at tto poraoa aa paid c conviction hall-be me apoa and All Kinds of Canvas Articles to manufacturer or dealer and which shall be state territory or federal district of Us resi "1-1

Ay. ,otott to s wattd aad asaolaH release aad n.00ormorethaal00J0oriiftentheradeon. 5.00 known and referred to a* a d!aler's license dence ta the manner provided b this Act. Th*
.> "I- a015 lethe bask lIP say IIQIaat d the the serial letter for which shalf be -C." such provisions of this Act. however shall be opera t
r, ,. .FileldiL, tW tUe Act shaft t i eat a tot lea than thirty SPECIAL ORDER application to contain: (a) a brief description tive as to a chauffeur who b a non-resident :

.. Ie .stthsilgtt.fUd. of.c dT Do ma or both such of each style or type of motor vehicle of this State only to the extent that under the ,4

.i4. II BII at the b. of tile fn ad imprisonment t 4.o manufactured or dealt In by the applicant laws of the foreign country, .state territory
,. sad aaproval of tkla Aot. Including the character of the motor power federal district of hb or
residence
"- ATTENTION TO MAIL ORDERS lice
.",- 'S.-I..ARbewSerWtaStIawteos. tsAI and part* of bw* I. 'E PROMPT the amount of such motor power to be stated I are granted to privileges*
[ -mat wttk ta s mimliaiaf It ttfc Act be. aad this Act a. In figure of horse power according to the gistered persons duly licensed and re <
: --.tko aama at* toreay ".1 hc1 o standard of the American Licensed Automo as chauffeurs trader the bws of this :

;'.>nt .'..!Seat 'I'IdI.&It. take effort rmmertiI' Sec. 4. Thb .A thai becorn a bw immediately bile Manufacturers' Association: and (b) the State Sec sod wbo are resident of this State.. !

4.p atalr aaoB ft* paaaaga aad approval by tile spas passage and by JactsooYiIIO Toot & Awning Manufacture name. residence and business address of rack herein a. No chauffeur having beta Beeased ,

'*fJoBrae; ar apoa.Ha beeaoUng a law win theGovernor, o a.i .J bw applicant Oh the payment of a registration other ss provided shall voluntarily permit Illyu
-- *wt kb approval. without such a fee of tit such application shall be filed and person to posses or use his license

'1'tt l':AIPt0S4XaY 11.01?. Approved 1S17.CHAPTER registered In the omee of the comptroller, ta badenorshsfljnypemonopgiin ar :
I '"ANYTHING IN CANVAS"Among the manner provided In Section t of this Act.There driving a motor vehicle use or possess any -i"

1t .' ', ciu nn-Ofa. T). U). shall thereupon be assigned and Issued i licence or badge belonging to another pence Sj-
Mi (tAJ ACTlmpaalBoaUoaaa or aipattoaal I .AN'ACT fNG of Banking to such manufacturer or dealer a general I or a fictitious license or badge.

.f.'t., Tax aa Oamera ar Maaatera of Bottttac and. R. te Omnized and distinctive number and a certificate of regis Sec. 21 In tlu, event f. ,1,. IA.. .. _"..n.z... .
Worka aad Laaadrle Dotac Baataeoa cn. I tration and five number plate bearing the -- -'--- -- -J.
ta Business te tad Under the r or destruction of a chauffeur's license card
!f Tkto State aad rmtOur For L.o serial 'tf and the distinctive number thus or \ jt
;: the CoUee.ws sad Prescribing Penalties a chauffeur's .
of badge such
is fix the Several Counties of the Fund chauffeur may obtain '
% tI.St& the Provision f Stt of or any county hereby assigned shall be furnished free to the said from the
of this Act for Thus Created and the Expenditure of Sameon Comptroller a duplicate thereof
'
;: "" .%& *. 1.eItIIataN of the Be Enacted by the Let'slature o(the State a eit. per annum f date manufacturer or dealer who shall attach a filing ta the office of the Comptroller upon
I affi
It this ia lieu of interest State and State Aid Road and Bridges: plat bearing such distinctly Bomber to ta
\ ;. 'Paottaa L Owaan Florida: A te ee fixed bw each and motor vehicle being driven davit showing the fact and the payment of -
ar maaager at every Section et ao by ; provided to Provide Penalties for the Violation of every fee of
unlawful a
%, totdm. akurt. tottttac aaft drlato or ... bank T I W for any that apply only to the taxes Certain Sections Thereof: to Amend Chap. or operated on the public streets or highways one dollar.
.h
1 t a*** or 1de the t A In the tarn manner u herein providedfor See. 25. It shall be unlawful for
: say etoraeter waatever, which aald bw of this State 1917, and which ter I41T. Acts of 1505. Entitled: "An Act any person
w ,ae. eorataa B maektoo tar mntag. capping, and doing this i be and laV. therefor Regulating the Running of Automobile general registration. No number platea or persons to knowingly bay sell receive, dispose

::t- .* ***** ar asaMBi beetles at any style or State to loan, directly or idi. a amount pi te or before the firstday or Motor Vehicles on the Public Road or other than those furnished by the Comptroller of, conceal or have ia hb or their posses
:t f to'*.'., aton par aaaaadv ea tke tint day exceeding t(10) per aggregate of rde o Highway In the State of Florida:* and shall be used. Should the five number lion any motor vehicle u denned ta Section !

1I ,*f5b*r a Msiass tax te tile Btato of Tov3 capital .14 eh. and said bank o trust Oob m property te arrears also to Amend Chapter 1881 Acts of Itlt plate herein provided for be Insufficient for One of this act from which the manufacturer's

; 7 l.- of Tea m .N) Donan far oaek of pooh company I' of slid bank or trust S" Te for which have Entitled: "An Act to Amend Chapter tilt any manufacturer or dealer, such manufacturer serial number or any other disdngubhiag num
;...-.t. asaaktas* tovta* aa* imswr heed; aad Ftfrtlf.t company or 11 o o employee thereofndividually o tax clcte of the Acts of the Legislature of lilt or dealer may register aa often a* may ber or identification mark baa beea -
been issued than be removed
1.ta I more be necessary under the lime term and
) Oanara far eack of .. co-partnership or incorporated Same Being Entitled. 'An Act to License provisions defaced. covered
majekrao altered
J kavtar two VMat toad: sad mph Two-. company in which such directors entitled to pay the back le or redeem thecertificates Automobiles and Other Motor Driven Vehicle aa are hereinbefore provided. Such purpose of or destroyed for the

.& tr .t-M) Oanara for leek of Pooh maaalaa my to directly or Indirectly interested without for one or mor year at the time, Using the Public Road. or Hlgh- registration shall be renewed annually. In identity concealment or misrepresenting the ?
4 t.'_' tovta tare CUag kaada, aad Tea the consent of the director such bankteg but only i the order that the said taxes were way of the State of Florida Either for the same manner and on the payment of the of the said motor vehicle 't

..", J I.It.., Denara for eook-oddlttoosj atlta institution to be entered Li o ia 1e Hire or Otherwise.'" same fee as provided ta this section for the Sec 26. Any person or persons convicted of ,
.Xi :toad am may have writing. Provided that no loan te mnu I lieu of all other fees and Clm. Section 1. The term motor vehicle a* used original registration such renewal to take violating any of the provisions of this Aet shallIflthecountyjaflnottoexceedtixmees
: more
-i' .. j&ea to any director the I b me 110. all services rendered by te Cek In this Act shall Include motorcycles automobiles effect on the first day of January of each be fined not exceeding $108 or be imprisoned l

t5-l- Sea &\ Owaeta ar Biaaagen of steam ban- proved by the ale director such lP Circuit under the motor trucks and all other vehicles year. Nothing In this section shall be construed -
.1v1.SbUL.uYsmteflV b o this Act he Cu entitled to prso. operated over the public streets and highways to apply to a motor vehicle operatedby be
or trust or
oa the first fay of j em provided, punished by both such fine aad imprisoa- ;
w"en this State manufacturer dealer for
t of and propelled a or private
/ OewAer. ieense tax to the State of Florida the board directors shall the persons paying the taxes or redeeming other than muscular except by traction power business purpose or for hire.See. use' men. in the discretion of the Court .

,.l r aM J.aUfOVft dries'* majority vote, which vote shall to entered o certificates a fe of teDt.iv cents for each engines road rollers power and such vehicles aa It. The provision of the foregoing Sec. 27.All moneys paid into the Stat Treas {.

tat towns of tea* thm tea thouasiid the minute of the board that the bi certificate or receipt ilued run only upon tracks. The term local authorities sections relative to registration and displayof cry under the provisions of thb Act. except -
rahaWtant Tea (HIM) Donan. plied for a entirely lt. tt te lP Sec. I That all part of bw* 1 shall Include all officer and public registration numbers shall not apply to a such as shall be first set aside to pay for num it
-- la. Skill of tea thousand end leas din ital of benldor un conflict let are hereby repealed.Sec. officials of the several mantle and municipalities motor vehicle owned by a non-resident of her of plates. postage on same and the actual

twenty thoeaand mhabitants, Fifteea (HS.M impaired, and that t condition of suck bankor 4. t Act thai take effect immediately of this State. The term owner shall this State. other than a foreign corporation clerical work required under the provision j

'DeJsara.v, trust company.r ota u t w upon passage and approval by Include any person firm corporation or association doing business ta this State; Provided That of this Act thai be apportioned u follow:
;. Ta ef ei cf twenrv ftioawM or more haahiTwaatrira rant the I and ca l made the Governor.Approved e""trolling any motor vehicle by the owner thereof shall have complied with Fifteen per centum shall be set aside lot the 4

:"1 ,. PJO Dottar. reducing legal reserve, Imt provided May !1917. right of purchase gift or lease. The term the provisions of the law of the foreign country maintenance of the State Bead Department u ::
af chinese by this section mr be such chauffeur shall Include any person operatIng state territory or federal district of hsresidence provided for ta Section IB .
Chapter $!t3 Laws
fY1HIta. diy bl"re case 1 forty per such capital and or CHAPTER 7Z7J-No. IS). any motor vehicle as an employee of the relative to motor vehicles and the of Florida, and 1
= .J. tat to. I o O pins abje t all the other provided AN ACT Requiring Emigrant Aget Doing owner thereof: Provided. That the term operation thereof, and shall conspicuously constitute a State eighty-five Maintenance per centum iliaD .
Fond .
for the
Ve hb "
roD display registration number
d o s Business in This State to a chauffeur shall not apply to person using as required :
a* fellow tbl Ac Cut maintenance of State
; Sec. shall be unlawful for License Fixing the Amount a motor driven vehicle as an Incident to thereby; and provided that the provisions of and State Aid Roads and :
sad tows of lois ttitn fire thonam bank J T any Business their emplovment ta some other capacity. this section shall bo operative a* to a motor Bridges and shall be apportioned to the severs >
rnnsUtant* Five ( company organised under the Prescribing a Penalty for Doing vehicle owned by a non-resident of this State counties ta
.
proportion
the
aG bwa of this State See. Z Every owner of a motor vehicle to total State tax
D"
.T Ta dues of fia '- tea State to ae doing b1ne in this Without Such License. which shall be operated or driven noon thehihways only to the extent that under the laws of the paid by each county into the State Treasury, t

\ tkoaaaad Ibst4tsatsTea Dollar the fund directly of said bank ff any of Be It Enacted by the Legislature o the Stateof of this State shall for eaeh motor foreign country state territory or federal and shall be expended by the State Road De.i"

-L Ta citfn of ten ( lw 'tdan stock of o company I Ford vehicle owned caused to be filed. by nail or dlsrtct 'of hb residence like exemptions and partment in the maintenance of the above J
eMtrbOsnd any incrt company te from and after the otherwise. In the privilege are granted to motor vehicle
faaaMtant. Fifteen (HIM) State passg office of the Comptroller duly named classes of roads and bridges. Where BO
DaBan. or the stock of the of Act no shall conduct the State registered under the law l'
t person of of Florida. a verified application of and owned by State or State Aid Roads and Bridges exist ia
la cHe af twrnfr thotNand Pee Reserve Bank of this district: and it an agent or solicit emigrantsor for registration on a blank to be furnished resident of this State. 4"-
.
any county at the time
; Twenty or more iahtbitanta .h to unlawful for any such bank or laborers emit county this State with tv the Comptroller for that purpose containing See. Is. Every motor vehicle, operated or made such apportionment b
i
:4 f Dl t company to directly or indirectly investany out having first secured: license each : fa) a brief description of the motor driven upon the public highway .of this or where the entire apportioomen>to h
-I a S I T .le.td the funds of such bank or trust company county where such business b i vehicle to be registered. Including the name State shall be provided with adequate any county is not required for the maintenance '

I t.fifty I bad O securities other than Govern Sec. 1 enuee 1of of the manufacturer the style, type and fac brakes ta good working order. and sufficient of the above named classes of roads and '1'
tst.
I die same I'eb met ete States including A Uee rum of one tory number of eaeh vehicle the character to control such vehicle at all times when the bridges then the whole or a part of suck ap '\
.. .levied_aad fapoocd b fcerrty L bd o State, Pee th J a secured to of motor power and the amount of such motor same Is In us*, and an adequate horn or portionment nay be used for the constructionof ;
le by application
; duty f the tax'caneeiOT of each te M foj municipal side may an power stated In flsrnres of horse power other device for signaling, sufficient underall State and State Aid Road and Bridges
et o D where 11111
-I. tv S I eoHceUke State and eaonty H- and securities and the Tax Collector te the county .uc Recording to the ftandurd of the American conditions to give timely warning of the tit a maintenance charge has been created suf
w pY et o business b conducted and the
Imposed 'he same companies, payment Licensed Automobile Manufacturers' Association approach of the motor vehicle and shall .ficient to require the entire apportionment
fter f' 1e and fee of 2000. therefor, together with the County (b) the during the period from one-half hour after I
public r residence Sec.
_!: I tears a eollected a* nov service corporations name. are. and 28. The provisions of this Act shall become
we a fee of cents for issuing sunset
'- solvent and.which have Judge's twenty-five business address nf the owner of such motor to one-half hour before sunrise display operative first
the
on clay of
pay- January
.-- AH bw* para of ta conflict meat of interest two lo and the 11e The license year as contemplated vehicle: fc> the name of the county In at least two lighted lamps on the front 1918 provided
!'' mortgages ; that the
tax collector ot the
0 this Act. estate f Je begin on October tat of each ya which he resides and a statement that he tover and one on the rear of such vehicle. The various
p 0 a hereby reApprored o r. that the Id Iunp w and no license for the fractional part of a year sixteen ye"" of age: Provided: That If light of the front lamps hall be visible at counties of this State are hereby "
Pde shal issued. nch motor vehicle In a motor truck the ap- least two hundred feet in the direction In authorized and instructed to collect la the aa- ;
: Jane T. MIT. section apply to the bona fide purchase b The term "emigrant u used nMcant shell sn certlran" state In the ap- which the motor vehicle Is proceeding and nil manner oa tbe first day of October. 1917.

cnA or discounting. of commercial paper, solicitor engaged at" nllcatton the factory rated useful load caps shall be provided with dimmers or some twenty-five per cent of the present annual automobile t
i 1G m. bills and notes. or rite II te busies rltv thereof ss stated In 1)II1I1I4LS.e other device equally efficient ta protecting license, as provided by law. for the
A AC. "! Ad I. .tten } of Sec.L That H shall be unlawful 'o any i this Ac lh apply to any pnn J. Toon the receipt of an aonllcdtlon the driver of a vehicle traveling In an opposite term of three months beginning October 1st .

p the Idl At bank or trust company organized Ide the etcg or oremigrants fo. the reirt trton of A motor vehicle orehicls. direction. When dlmmen are used and ending September Slat but additional
> V a** Laws laws of this State and doing this to be transported and name shall be applied before the motor ye- no -
a. tiereln t>rovMe & .lf tax ( shall
i ) be
issued
tag for
"An Act Tneorpontion. State to dirt o indirectly lne a employed beyond the limits of this State. shall file ouch SDplirntlnn In his office hide comes within two hundred feet of any period.
rT*. Duties ixd if Trust and ate of exchange a e. Sec. 4. Any person or parsons violatingany "nil .e1 t..r such motor vehicle or vehicle vehicle traveling In an opposite direction or thatfi
Contfttnte Uabnite RoroUtC the other obligation security, or b exchange of the provisions of this Act shall b* with the name residence And bnrfne add where some other device is used It shall be .
01
: -"e. Apomwimt t'. Amendw fo anything except money deposited guilty of a m.emeaor. and on ea'etol w. of the owner manufacturer dealer so arranged that the-ray. of the lights attached CHAPTER '( 1*). 1
; ApDrWH Ti.* t, 1&eTeV..4.4bthoLeWatureoftheStste u contemporaneous aa issuance of thereof by a aie Re the ease mav b*. tnrether with the farts to said motor vehicle hall not shine AN ACT to Amend Section 7 and 1) of An Act 1
certificate by said bank or trust ,ac exceeding J5.000, or by Imprisonment I the trt"te" In such annlle tlon. In a book or In- more than four feet from the ground at a Entitled "An Act to License and Rewlate .

ol FteH-Uf Sec. That ft shall be unlawful any county Ja not mor ta twelve month or fl_r to be kept for the purpose tinder the distance of two hundred feet ahead of said the running of Motor Vehicles on the Public 't"

Article U Seetioa 1 of Chapter W3 of bank trust company organized fo the by I distinctive number snimed to men motor motor vehicle. Every person operating or Highways, and to provide .or Registration
the Laws of t law of this State and.doing Ide this discretion of the eur vehicle b. the Comptroller which book or driving a motor vehicle on the public highways Thereof: to Fix the Amount of Annual IJeEJ
rld ettlA.. Ar t Sec. L' That and parts of lawate Inn'e shall be of this State shall also when approaching
amend Section State to carry as an asset of said bank "n to the Inspection of the erases to be Paid into the State Treasury:
o conflict herewith err hereby repealed. public dun ., business "MIre.See. any railroad crossing or a cross road to Provide for
t. the
trust Distribution
Lawa Florida entitled Aa Act for the comoany any note obligation or security Approved Hay 14. outside the limits of eltv Among the
4. the of suit a or Incorporated
Upon
0 ll. flllnr application Several "
which is the Counties of the >
.duties and Babffltie of not property outrirht of said bankor village Fund us Created
and the or any Intersecting hlrhway, street I
e t' payment of the tee herein provided or
security companies, and trust company; and any omcer of any such -(No. II). for. the Comptroller shall awlra tit or curve or corner In a highway or street and the Expenditure of Same on State and
"'- 'to regulate the lme Tune i, 19U." bank or trust company woo pl among the AN ACT to Amend A.n Act Entitled "A such motor vehicle a distinctive number and where the operator's view Is obstructed slow State Aid Roads and Bridges; to Provide

: s to aad tto same I II to read u asset of said bank o t: empl any Act Imposing LeD_ and Other Tug without exoense to the aimllciint teens and flown the speed of the same and shall sound Penalties For the Violation of Certain Seet'
Ice note, obligation o.et not Providing for Thef deliver to the owner a certificate nf rerlatr his horn or other device for signaling. Insneb tions Thereof: to Amend Chanter (437 Arts

1L. It To exerc?! tIt. powen confer. actually, ow fet t the Comp Prescribing Penalties for tlon and two number trtatee of the form and manner to give notice and warning of 1D) Entitled "AN ACT Regulating the
,' oa aad to on the baamesa a safe State Fod to a bank Without a Leue _r Other Failure to be herein provided tor. Ia the event of the of his approach. Running of Automobiles or Motor Vehicles j.
1t.I"ait e examine, wak* and eer. examiner of the State of Ford that any note Comply Pr.lol Thereof," Approved loss mutilation or destruction of a eertlfleato See. IT. A person operating or driving a on the Public Roads or Highways in the
-- l obligation or security the June (. of registration motor vehicle shall at request or on signal. State of Florida" c
," title and ta assets Ul. or of a number plate the : lad Also to Amend Chso-
at .pertalnlne .. of said bank or trust company I the piopeity Be It Enacted Legislature of theState owner of a registered motor vehicle may obtain by putting up the hand from a person rid- ter 8381 Acts of ISM. Entitled: "AN ACT : .
t o ce w of said bank trust of Florida: from the Comptroller duplicate thereof Inr. leading or driving a horse or hone or to Amend
: be real o company, whe te fact a Chapter dl of the Acts of the .
t.d t Section L That Section 2i of An othee draft animals bring such
r e such obligation entitled upon filing In the office of the motor ve
each or barred and Ac Comptroller Legislature of "
< Dte 1911. same being entitled An l
It hide
-An Act Immediately
Ic Imposing licensee to a top, and. If travelIng
'
'J an affidavit showing the fact the -
I lot OWe absolutely bank trust taxes, for the and payment in the Act to License Automobiles and other
; < oe ICt.m shall such bank o providing payment thereof of a fee of one dollar for eaeh dupli opposite direction remain stationary .fetor"K
.,. ,... h any o trust and prescribing penalties for doing business cate. eo long as may be reasonable to allow Driven Vehicles Using the Public Roads or
.eaumerated te t d. empJ carry I their u their f without a Ue.or other comply such horse or animal to pass and If traveling Highways of the State of Florida Either for '.-
faa t See. t.
thSt Inerder with the Such registration shall be renewed In the Hire "
.a t Clpne. nO thereof. apprVe June In same direction use reasonable or Otherwise Approved May 28, Itlt
annually and the
.- :f to." b law. any note or ob t. 11.h cad the same I' same manner and upon preeantlon In thereafter parata*; such horse
<, .ligation t I.such 1 or t company ao t n follows: eDe ta the the payment original of the cam fee aa provided for or animal; Provided. That In case such horse PeflPnactedbytheLegWadthtareSectionL <
wd for 14 upon which each registration such renewal or animal appear badly frightened or the of Florida:
I I. Tat to take effect
t Cp. the first
.. on day of January of
ha been paid for company or person operating such met r vehicle h
-, provided lre t each year. re- That Section 7. of Aa Act Entit
that such past due .p car,- 14'4a doing business la tab State In See t. The nneated so to do. such person shall cans led "An Act 21'
:. following fee shall be paid to the to fkrnse and regulate the remain
motor of such
-.r t the u the reasonable value of e4 erUO. or against en the Comptroller upon the registration or re- so long a* hall be vehicle reasonably to cease running f of motor yet OB the public highways
I or other necessary to
.> securing O registration of motor vehicle to accordance and to
eD demnity to the prevent accident and Insure the provide for registration thereof; to fix
,
neh ad.at acting aa aatety of
note or ohGgatfcm. pra with the provision of this Act the amount of
other annual license
.. slbeaa4 farther, that any seek past due note or obi surety fidelityof Passenger Vehicle*-Seriee A: Motorcycle to be paid Into 1
the State
; : ,atioa course coflfctloB by : employees and Insuring employers agaInst 11: Serte B: For any automobile sad other See. it. No penoa shall opeiat a motor Treasury; provide for die distribatioB }<
law I 0 e a liabilities for accident to employee and life motor driven vehicle with a peering vehicle on the publle highways of this State among the several counties of the tad
o equity l t f Insurance companies shall pay to the State capacity recklessly or at a rate of speed thus created and
I able value nek a of one sad not more thaa five peraona $|; greater than the expenditure of same on
:- C a Treasurer a license tax of |100; plate-glaa Series C: Automobile of more thaa SI h. p. 1* reasonable and proper, having regard to State and 5**+e Aid Roads and Bridges: to
,
".:N '" ; the width traffic.and use of the highway, oriiIaii'iaiiii provide penalties for the violation of eertaia. .f.i

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lug, $MO; Watchman for Building. $720; St.ogpher lei Circuit Judges Sitting in Ote Ciit be nd the tame i hereby amendeS to read as
for Court, $l.w>0. $l50; Expenses of Ci St- folow
Department-Salaries Judicial ting in Other Expenses 1512 ( Pay of
Official BoschMAGNETO Official Gray Davis udc D U0) WitesWt You have tried
, laet$72,750; Jurors and Witnesses State's Attorney Acting p Circuits, ness in all ces, and most every
SRVC BIJOU SERVC $150,000; Rewards for and Expenses $150. Circuit Cur County cmia
STATON STATON of Arrest of Fugitives from J utc$2,000; National Guards of Florida-Salary of Adjutant Cu now or hereafter remedy for your I
Expenses Circuit Judges Sitting Supreme Ge$1,500; Exnense* of the National summoned before any tceree crte
TELEPHONES 5146- 911 MAIN Bench, $150; Costs Adjudges against State Foda Naval Militia, including bitrator or Master in Chancery, a.
i in Cvi Ce $100; Expenses Circuit Judges Rent of Aore Aowace etc, $12, 00; for each day's actual attendance $2.00, also five
Circuits $ Expenses Expenses Nav Mita including cents p mile for actual distance traveled to PILESTry
Wilson Electric Criminal Court Judges Sitting Counties Rent. Allowances Ves and courts: i cur of County Judgesand
Company $ Expenses of States Attorneys Acting sel U. S. Navy, $2,400; Caretaking adMainti Justices of $1.00 per day and
Ciruits$300. of Slate Camp Gunds 115. same mileage a in the Circuit Court."
; AUTOMOBILE ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES Natoua Guads Florida-Salary of Ad- Stte -Salary ; Se Z All laws and parts of laws i conflict S
1 jutnt Gne$3,000; Expenses s of the Nation Salary Assistant State Auditor Slr ti Act are hereby
Additional Assistant $ Sec. This repealed just !
and Florida Naval Militia State Ac shall efectve immediately .- one more
.;: AGENTS FOR BOSCH PRODUCTS including Rent of Armories, Alo.aces etc., Chief Clerk and Accountant $600; Clerk and upon it becoming a lw.

EXCUSI $25,000; Rents Expenses, Allowances Florida Navl Mit Including Accountant, $800; Poste. Sttone and Incidental Approved June 1917. Be cured entirely by the

abad Ees
A COIL FOR EVERY PURPOSE Vessels in U. S. Navy, ;18. Mis1aeuee Printing and Adver CHAPTER 72Sl-No.'X).
"- State Auditor-Salary Auditor, $.0 1l0 Sle Expenses of Rail AN ACT Making Appropriations for the Eradication -
Salary Assistant State Auditor, ,0 road (of which amount not and Control of Citrus and
Our repair department is modernly equipped for testing Additional State Auditor $,0$ Clerk more than $1.800 shall be paid for services of Other Dangerous Plant Diseases Ckr Ins Botacha OintmentCure
and Accountant, $1,200; ad Accountant, special cuncl) $ .O(in thi item the Governor Which Have Been or May be -
and repairing Magnetos, Starting Generator $1. 00; Postgr Sttioner and Incidental Expenses folowng: "of which amount to the State of Florida. and to be Used and

Motors Batteries and Ignition Coils $ not more than $ shal be paid for services Expended Unde the Direction of the State
-County Taxes on State Prison of Spe Maintenance of Plant According to the Provisions of
Fa$1500; General Printing and Adver General Matenanc $165,000; Chapter 6S85. of the Laws of the State of
; Salaries and Expenses of Rail Expenses Collections Revenue.. $70- Forda Approved April 30, 1915.
'r.f :: road Commissioners i _(of _which. .amount_ not, 000; For Abstracting Lndi Sold to by the Legislature of the Stateof Guaranteed or Money
more tha $,6 shall be paid for Special State for Unpaid Taxes ue Use of Florida:
; $ Maintenance of Lunatics, Assessors and for Preparing and Keeping a L The sum of much
Seton or as
, lections thereof; to amend Chapter; 6437: Acts Justices $900; Purchase of Books lor Supreme ,0 Expenses Col Complete File Stationery be SO Refunded.Send .
$300JpO; $1,500 may
Act the Gee Mainteance. Ide System ; a appropriated -
of. 1 entitled An ret run-thepb1i Cour Lbrr $250; Eleccit Lehts Water of Revenue, $10o For Abstracting for Depamet out of any funds in the Tresur not
:: automobiles o in the State on ofFlorida Ice$0 Fuel $ One Land Sold to State Taxes for the $750; Printing Delinquent Tax otherwise appropriated, which sid shall
i roads or highways 6S81. Acts Man and Yardma 11; One Use of Tax Assessors and for Preparing a Revenue Law, $4,000; Improvement and Care be placed to the credit of the State Plant
: and also to amend Chapter $270- Watchman File Index Stationery of Governor's Board in the hands
Complete System, $3,000; Mansion and Grounds, $420; of the State Treasurer
'i af Iffli entitled "An Act to amend Chaptertajof for Building, $360; Stenogphe for Supreme for Executive and Legislative Depament For Services of Civil and Other Expenses be expended by the Board first for the purpose t
the Acts of the Legislature of 1911, Court, Enree 50 Cents and relieved.
license Automobiles $ $1,5 Printing Delinquent Tax Unde Connected Inspection of of eradicating, preventing and controlling citrus b
lute being entitled 'A Act to Department-Salaries Judicial De Law, $3,000; Improvement and Railroad and Preparing Data for the As canker, and thereafter, so much may
:; and other driven of vehicles the State using of paent$ ,3; Jurors and Witnesses before of Governor's Mansion and Grounds, $340; of Railroads, $1,250; Florida Indus neccessary may be applied by the I Boaro b Write Name and Post Office
the public roads or highways $75,000; Rewards for and hx- For Services of Civil Engineer and Other Expenses trial Schol for Boys, carrying out the general of "The \
Florida either for hire o otherwise. sprovMyZS,191TbeandishCrebYamefl penses of Arrest of Fugitives from Justice, Connected with the Inspection of Rail Manteance 52,0 Plant Act of 1915." Of purs sum here-
; Industa Girl sid
ed totead $1,0 Epse of Circuit JudeC sitting on roads and preparing Data for the Assessmentof nance, $ Shol by appropriated $1.0 shall be available on address plainly t TIE

u foloW is made to theCompofler the State Bech$75 Cases; Cost adjudged Railroads, $2,500; Florida Industrial Sol Sec. 4, moneys appropriated under the the 1st day of and the remaining
7. application against Expenses
See. 'ee $ for Boys Florida head contingent or incidental expensesshall or so much thereof be neces
M.intcnace 1O $1,0. may
of motor Circuit a
the registration any Judge sitting in other rial $12,500 be accounted for the next be
a Maintenance ; to Legislaturein available on the first day of July
vehicles o tle between the dates June 30th Expenses Criminal Court Judges litn (*In this item the veocd the forego an itemized statement from each official 131S Botacha Ointment Co.
and any year, the one-half fee chargedfor of the other Countes$125; Expenses of Stte's At. ing: "of which amount not more than $ ,6oo having charge of any such fnd. and no clerk, Se 2. This Act shall become a law upon
such registration lh b torneys other Circuit $1 shall be for Counsel." be and
in of this Guard of paid Special ) clerc asistant or employ passage approval by the Governor,
amount set forth Ac Natona I of Ad- Sec 3. That the following sum be, and are Officer and paid out of the or upon its becoming a law without his
S 2 That Section U of the Act oft ?, jutat Genera$U500; Expenses Natima hereby appropriated for six months ending contingent fund appropriated for contingentexpenses. proval. ap
Section 1 Guard
in JACKSNVlEFLRIAP.O.
of which is set out and Florida Naval .* .
Miti June 30, 1919: Salaries Executive Departments Approved May 9,
te
be and the same bereby amended including rent of 191.CHAPER
Act i Armore alowances ete $13,800.Governor. Section 4 was vetoed by the Governor.
t read as follows: $isoo; Espns Forda Nava Mit in -Private Secretary, $,0; Executive Sec. 5. Any funds appropriated by this Act 7282No. 24).
to
Sec. 1 Application for lcsel be operate made cud rnt. alowace. Clerk, $600; Stenographer, $ Contingent not expended during the year for which it AN AC Reglting the Abolition of Special .. Box 679
motor ne a a IY nsell %4; Caretaking and Expenses of State $& See appropriated shall be carried forward to Brdge Distcs
bv es'a t temple up Maintenance Permanent of State Grounds, $1,500; Board of State Institutions $250; credit of such fund for the succeeding year or Be It of the State
on blanks h Improvements State Camp Board of Pardons, $250; Clerk and Stenograph years.Approved. of Florida:
fee provided for herein shall b deposited shall with be Grounds National, $, Emegecy for er. $540.Secretary. June 2, 1917, except as stated I Seto 1. That any special road and bridge
the applcton Such applctol Guard and Adjutant General in Inspection of Stteie Clerk, $1,000; Assistant letter of this date to President of the Sente. may at any time be abolished under
the
ad state applicant of Troops, $500. Chief and the provisions hereinafter mentioned provided any of them referred to in Section One of this
and no license shall be issued to Before any per- Stt Auditor.ala State Auditor $1,500; Filing Clerk,Cerk; $ Corepndece$540; CHAPTER 7r7 -(No. 20). that no special road and bridge; district Act.Third
on under the age of eighteen ye a $1,500; Sr Stenographer and Typewriter, $540; Postage, AN ACT Making an Emergency Appropriation shall be abolished while it has outstanding, indebtedness : Any dub room, or room for o of
chauffeur's license is mnte the applicant Additional Assistant State Auditor, express and telegrams, rpa and other for the Care and Maintenance of the Inmates without first making provisions any assiaton of persons in which said lia-
shall pass such t his quauficabons Top Chief Clerk and Acuntt$600; Clerk and Incidental Expenses, $ $ Fuel Light and of the Several State Institutions of for the liquidation. of such outstanding indebt uors or bnrges or any of them, a kept o
u the Comptroller Iha pebe Accountant, $600 Postlee Stationery and Water, at ; One this State edness.Sec stored purpose of being
each to whom a ratt shall or Incidental Expenses, $1.Micelaneuseel White $10 Watcman Cpitol, $450; Three Janitorsat Whereas, By purchasing, IUPPUe for the 2 That any special road and bridge dis sumed by the members of such club o o other
b tome distinguishing Dub and Adver Capitol $540. various Satte Institutions the supervision tic may be abolished by a vote at association of persons, or their guests
mk and the license issued shall Expenses Railroad Comptroler-ief Clerk, $1,250: Railroad of the Board of Commissioners of State a called by the majort County others on the premises or at, or near the plc o
the Comptroller shall determine; it Commissioners (of which amount not more AssesmeDt $900; Book Institutions, viz: The Florida for the Commissioners of the County for the where such lquors or
j contain special restrictions and limitations than S shall be paid for services of Spec keepe Telegph Warrant and Cerk Clerk, InsaneThe State Prison Hosjit Florida after publication of such notice is required purpose them, are Itored byeae o e

concerning the type of motor power of the, ia Cual)1O (In this item the Governor ; $9 Clerk, Abstrcn R.crdin Clerk, Industrial School for Boys and The Honda to create such special road and bridge a district, Fourth: Any adjacet to or near the
features
horse power deg and other : "o which amount not $600; Assistant $ Bookkeeper, Industrial School for Girls, at the present time at which election the qualification of voters premises of any club, corporation or associa
motor the licensee may operatethereunder more than $1,800 shall paid for services of $750; Assistant Pension Clerk $600; Assistant sufficient to take care of the needs of said Institutions shall be the same in elections create lion, or other cmbinatio of
; it shill contain the distinguishing his Special CouDeL"); County Taxes on State Auditing Clerk $600; Correspondence and Filing for the next four months a great special road and bridge a districts t which members or guests, pnlS othes t
number or mark assigned to the licensee and, Prison Farm, $1,5.Hospit Clerk, $600; Assistant Correspondence, Indexing saving can be effected for the State, and there Approved June 6, 1917. permission of members resr for
name, place of residence and address, abe for -Deficiency Appropria and Filing Clerk, $600; Auditing and being no funds available for this purpose; of drinking sid lquors ad beverages,pur any .
the
description of the licensee for pur- tion ; Maintenance of Lunatc Distribution Clerk, Tax Redemption Depart- therefore .CHAPTER 7283-No. 25).. of them, that are kept at or near such '
of identcton The Comptroller shallroraish each Gee Maintenance, $ ,0 meat, $750; Bookkeeper in Tax Redemption Be It Enacted by the Legislature of the State AN AC Prohibiting Manufacture of Al- Any of the places herein designated i f'ae
,
charge therefor metal to badge Lunatic Painting, Gee Repa and Improvements Department, Recording Clerk Ta Redemption of Florida! iituous Vinous, Malt, and Intoxi- and maintained shall be and constitute an un-
1 licensed a suitable $ ,0 Lunatics, $ ; Stenographer Typewriter Section L That an appropriation be and the eating ad Bennges and Certain lawful drinking place, and the a of keeping
cue wk assign-
Dumber or Shafting and for Pumps, $,0 Maintenance Special Clerk and Messenger, same is hereby made of the sum of 110,0 or Non-Intoxicating Liqcor and maintaining any such room or place shall
L ed to him teen. This badge shl thereafterbe his cloth- of Luatc one new with $300; $ Land Entries for Use of Assessors so much thereof as may be fo tease Traffic Therein Keeping on Beveee be deemed a separate offense for each day that
w while .Brick Se", $4,000; Maintenanceof and other Contingent Expenses Comptrol and benefit of the said Institutions as Public Places or For Illegal Sale Hae i it cntnues
I i _conspicuous place at all times vehicle Lunatic Additional Equipment for Laundry ler's Office, $500; Janitor and Vaultkeeper for emergency appropriation to be expended undery or Election Precincts That Have i Counte Se 6 Any place or room kept o maui-
: tinir r dnvinff his motor $3o.i Maintenance of Lunatics, Hereafter Vote tamed violation of the
Fie Against the Sale of Liquor provisions this
; ; p-ublie ,hf1uSuc badge shall befd nose, ,. Specifically Defining and Enumerating the; Section shall be deemed to be a o nuisance
only during I of the Epxears Collection of Revenue, $0,0 For Liquors and Beverages and Classes of and may be abated by writ cmmo injunction

cue t whom it is Issued aforesaid Abstracting Lands Sold to State ....... .. .. > ..- Liquor and Beverages That Shall Hereaft- issued out of the Circuit Court upon a bill
Taxes for the Use "
licensed to operate vhic- of Tax Assessors and for ; :r."; As Embraced Within the filed by the Attorney General of the State
lea u a chauffeur under this Act shall endorse preparing and keeping a complete file index :' Prohibitions of This Act; Specifically Enumerating' Attorney of the Circuit of by the County

the margin of the license system, $1,500; Stationery Executive and '
on Prosecuting
signature fo V the Persons and Classes of Persons by any citizen
h uu him in a space provided thereon for Legislative Departments, $750; Printing Delinquent / to Whom, and the Places and Classes of citizens of such county; such bill be ted o.
the onrpose.. immediately upon the receipt of Tax Lists, under Revenue Law, 14,0 Places in \ hich. Such Manufacture, Traffic the county in which the nuisance t And
such license and such license shall Dot be Improvement and care of Governor's and Keeping on Hand Are or Hereafter all rules of evidence and the nit procedure -
valid until so edor Every application of and Grunds$420; For Service of Civil Engineer 1P'Look Shal Be.Prohibited Forbidding the to proceedings it equity generally in
te a license provisions Expenses connected with the Or in the Kep the State may be invoked and applied in my
shall b accompanied by a tee Inspection of Railroads and preparing for the injunction procedure hereunder.
Son dt Keeping or Maintaining of
ti hereunderihaU the assessment of Railroads Repairing Place Any 7. That if
a lc ie 1Z or Resort Where Such Liquors See any person shall le o suf
each year; and Painting $1- any other person, firm
ei o or Beverages Are Kept to persons or corpora
hweye. that the fee fo lca 000. be Drunk on the Premises by Persons Lion to use any premises which h, owns .I
July first a rer Florida Industrial School for Boys-Main, controls, for the sale o
granted o o ae I for Resorting There For That Purpose, or Any illegal keeping for :
shall b one 'te annual fe plde tenanee, $2,0; Cottages for Ofcer $3,500; Club, Room or Other Place Where i Such manufacture or other unlawful dispositionsof
herein.SecTl Elevated Tak, $6.0 Fire $1,0 Cottage Liquors and Beverages Are Received or Kept the liquor and bveae mentioned I
i
The provisions of this shall take No $600; to Section of this I
Ac a s0 for Bare Sale, Use or Gift as a Beverage, or any of them,
effect and become oprtv Juy 1 1918. Kitchen Room, $1,000; Woodworker or Distribution or Division Among the shall be guilty of a misdemeanor and shall be I!
Approved June 6 17.CAPER Shop. Shoe Shoo.- Paint Shoo. $10 Silo. Members of Any Club or Room For or Any fined not more thon $100., or be imprllHnot
$300; Laundry and Brick Mil$5, Association 'st\here Such Liquors or Bever- more than Tbre Months or shall
m-No 1.) ant Superintendent No. 2, $1,000; ages Are Kept For the Purpose of Being both fined and imprsne. b ,
AN ACT Salares Barn $1,000; Sheds and Machinery, $600; Consumed by the Members Thereof or Their Sec. 8. That sale
manulcure
and Expenses of the State Blacksmith Shop, $600; Remodeling Main Guests or Other Persons, Either on the or keeping for sale, or any of t
Six Months of the Year 1917. and for the Building at No. 2, installing Suitable Baths Premises or Near the Same, or Any Place the liquors and beverages mentioned in I
Yea 1918, and for Six Months of the Year and Toilets, $6 Steam Heating Plant and Adjacent to or Near Such Premises Where tion One of this Act contrary to the .S
1.e Fixtures, $ Repairs for Buildingsat Such Members or Others May Resort For this State, shall, option of the landlord,
Enacted by the Legislature of t.t both Schools, $2,500. Such Purposes; work a forfeiture of the rights any
les
of Florida: Industrial Shol for Girls-Equipment and Declaring to Commonisnces Certain or tenant under any lease or contract fo .
Section L That the following sums oe, and Improvemets$1,0 Maintenance$5,000. Enumerated Place b and Classes of Places of the premises where such unlawful r '
appropriated for the salaries and and the Where performed by the lessee
are hereby See% Anti-Liquor Laws Are Evaded or or tenant or by
expenses the State Government for the six same hereby appropriated for the payment Violated and Providing For Their any agent srnnt clerk, o employe of the
mont from July 1 1917, to December 31, of salarie expenses of the State Govern ment As Such by Prohibiting the Keepingor Abate o.r the later a knowledge
.
,
ment for the year 1918:-Salaries Executive Storage of Such Liquors and Beverages or permission.Sec .
Salaries Executive Department $13,8. Department $ ,6. By Prescribing for Judges, Grand Juries and 9. That the keeping, of the lquor o .
Governor-Private Secretary $ .0 Governor-Private Secretary, Executive Other Public Officers_and Private Citizens beverges, or any Sec
tive Clerk $800: Stenographer, ; Contingent Clerk, $1,200; Stenographer, $2,0, ; Contingent Certain Duties, Looking the Better and tion One of this Act. in any building not

Expenses of State $,0 Seretar Board Expenses of State. $4,0 Secretary Board Mon and loam t the Bar T More Effective Enforcement of the Laws to elusively used for a dwelling, shell be prima e-
of State Institutions $ Set oW.ofPardons State Institution, $500; of Board of Boys s o or o Promote Temperance and Suppress the Evils facie evidence that they are kept for sale, or
$350; Clerk and S $ Pardons $300; Clerk and Stenographer, $1OSO. of Intemperance, and by Abolishing All with intent to dispose of same contrary to
\ Seer of State-Chief Clerk $1.000; As- Secrear of Stateic Clerk, 2000. Assist. Property Right in Said Liquors or Beverages law.Sec.
CIe Clerk $900; Correspondence and Correspondence and by I'roviding for Abatements Injunctions 10. That the delver r>f such liquor ,
Filing; Recording Clerk $J*); Cerk, and Other Kemedial When and beverages Section (
$6 Filing ; Recording Clerk $18 It's Easy. Come to the Jacksonville Barber CollegeIt Proceedings
Stenographer Tyete $540; Postage Stenographer and Typewriter, $1,040; Necessary to Enforce the Laws to Promote this Act, or any of them, in any county or
Express and TelegTms, : Repairs and Express and Telegms. $900; Repairs and Incidental only takes a few weeks. We will teach the barber trade and give Temperance and Suppress the Evils of Intemperance election precinct that has or shal hereaftervote
Other Incidental Epenses 51.0 Fue tht ) ; Watchman at Capitol you youa and by Prescribing the Rules against the sale of liquor frm any store,
and Water, $1.000 $ ; $1,0 Light and Water good paying position in some of our nice barber shops.,. You make money of Evidence Relative to judical Proceedings shop warehouse, boat, or other vend or vehicle -
One White Janitor at Capitol, $450; Three One Fuel $900: Three Janitors,$20 while you are learning. The photo above is part of the inside view of the in Said Matters. of any kind, or from any shanty o tet o ,
Janitors at Capitol$540: Deficiency in ,Appropriation $.00- Comptroler-hie Clerk. f.5 $0. Jacksonville: Barber College! the MOST COMPLETE College in the United Be It Enacted by the Legislature of the Stateof building or place used for the purpose ,
Capitol ;
of re-wiring Florida fic, or dwelling! house
Book. : any or dependency
Services of three extra Watchmen at Capitol, keper Telegraph 11,80 Warrant and Abstracting; Clerk, States, of its kind. SEND FOR OUR LARGE CATALOG, IT'S FREE. Section 1. That the term "Prohibtion Liquors thereof, if any part of the same is as a

under resolution of Legislature 1917 $22.5.Comptrolerie $1,500; Clerk, $1,500; Recording Clerk and Beverages," whether used in this Act public eating house, grocery store,ul other
Clerk V&.: $1,200; Assistant Pension Clerk and Bookkeep- THE JACKSONVILLE BARBER COLLEGE or any other Acts to promote temperance or place of common rsor snail be prima facie
l00; Book- to the evils of evidence of a sale unlawful
ad Teleraph er, $1.500: Assistant I'ension Clerk $1,200: As.sistant suppress intemperance shall include disposi
keep Warrant and Abstracting Clerk Auditing Clerk. Correspondenceand JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA and be deemed to embrace the following: tion.
$ $1.2
Clerk $750; Recording Clerk Filing Clerk, $1,2 Corre pon- First: Alohol. alcoholic liquors, spirit Sec. IL That the following are hereby declared -
$600: Assistant Pension Clerk and Bookkeeper, dence Indexing Clerk, fl.200; Auditing uous liquor all mixed liquors, any-part to be common muiiances, and may be
$Th0; Assistant Pension Clerk $900: Assistant and Distribution Clerk '1 a Redemption of which is spirituous, foreign or domesticspiris abated as such, upon complaint of thi Attor'ney
Auditing Clerk, $600: Crespondence' and Hiing Department, $1,100; Bookkeeper in Tax Re- Treasurer's and Comptroler's Office $18.State the direction of the Board of Commissioners. or rectified or distilled spirits, ab General; or the State's Attorney of the
Clerk, J500; Indexing demption Department $1,200; Recording Clerk Treasurer- and of State In ttutions sathe, whiakey, brandy, rum and gin Circuit, or the County Prosecuting Attorney,
and Filing Clerk, $600; Auditing and Tax Redemption Department. $1.200: Stenographer er. $1.MK; Cashier and Bookkeeper, $300( ; Assistant Sec. 2. Comptroller is berebyautborized Second: Vinous liquors and beverages. or any citizen or citizens of the county:
Distribution Clerk Tax Redemption Dcpt, and Typewriter, $1OSO; Special Clerk Cashier and lokHeper. $'JO) l; Securities and directed to drawn warrant on Third: All melted, fermented or brewed First: Any rooms or structures used fo
$750; Bookkeeper in Tax Redemption Det. and Messenger, $600; List of Land Entries for Clerk and ; Correspondence the State Treasurer in payment of each and liquors of any name or description, manufactured the unlawful manuC.lrturl sale keeping for
$ Recording Clerk Tax Redemption Dept.. use of Assessors and other Contingent Expenses and Filing Clerk, JGOO: Contingent every bi or account he pproved by the from malt wholly or in part, such a beer sale or other unlawful disposition of liquorsand
Stenographer and Typewriter, $>40; Snec- Comptroller's Office, $1,000; Janitor and Expenses, $500: Insurance Actuary S1,2.VJ; In- Board Commissioners State Institutions lager beer, near beer, porter or ale, and all beverages mentione in Section One
ial Clerk and Messenger $300: List of Land Yaultkecper for Comptroller's and Treasurer's surance Clerk, $r<00; Contingent Expenses Insurance payable out of the appropriation made by brewed or fermented liquors and beverages in this Act. or o
Entries for Use of Assessors and other Contingent Office, $3CO. Department $>\*. Section One of this which maltose is a substantial ingredient, Second: All places of rrsort where personsare
Expenses Comptrollers Office, Sow: State Treasurer-Chief and Attorney General-Assistant, $IZO; Assistant i See 3. This Act shall take effect immediately whether alcoholic or not or whether intoxicating permitted to rsr fir the purpose of
Janitor and Vaultkeeper for Comptroler's and $2.000 Cashier and Bookkeeper Clerk Iookkeef $1,20; Clerk $010: Stenographer, $iiO; upon its becoming a law. or not drinking such or beverairrj or any
Treasurer's Office, $1SO; Electc Multgph, er.sistant Cashier; and Bookkeeper, 51.80'As- Incidental Expenses, $350; Purchase of Books Approved April 30, M17. Fourh And any drinks, liquors .or beverages of them mentioned in Section One c( this .
ities Clerk and $1 0 Correspondence $250. containing one half of one per cent of Ac. on or about the prtmise. .
State Treasurer Chief Clerk and Bokeep and BokkelpinR., $1.50 Superintendent of Public Instruction-Chief CHAPER t9CXo. 21). alcohol or more by volume at 60 degrees : Any public eating home where the
er, ,0 Cashier and Bookkeeper, Expenses, $1,000 Insurance Actuary, $2,500 Clerk, $1.000; Assistant Chief Clerk, $730; Correspondence AN ACT for the Sup Fahrenheit or any other liquids or liquors- said liquors and beverage or any of them,
$ and Bookkeeper. $900; Securities Insurance Clerk,;$1,800 Contingent Expenses; and Filing Clerk, $000; Assistant port and Maintenance of the State or sold, or otherwise disposed mentioned in Section One of this Act, are sold .
Clerk and Bookkeeper $750; Correspondence ; Stenographer $340; Postage, Printing and tions for Higher Education Created and Re- of for beverage containing said or served for beverage '
Insurance purse
and Filing Clerk, $600; Contingent Ex- Attorney Department, $1,0. $2,500 Assist. other Contingent Expenses, $1,500; Traveling quired to be Maintained uy Chapter 64 of amount of one half per cent of alcohol See. 12. That it shall purpa. for any
pse $500; Insurance Actuary, $ ,%; Insur ant, Generl-Assistant ;, $1,080 Expenses State Superintendent, $125; Salary the Laws of Florida 6 or riore. person, firm, or association or corporation il !
ace $ Contingent Expnses Insurance $2.0 Clerk$,0 Stenogpher Books,; Two Rural School Inspectors, 1,0 Travel 1905, Now a the University Fifth: Any intoxicating bitters or beverages any county or election precinct in this State
Dent. : :*0. $0; ing Expenses Two Rural Florida, the Florida State College for Women by whatever name called. that h1 or Ihal hereafter vote against tie
General-Assistant $1,250; Assistant $ Public Instruction Chief- 1250. the Florida School for the Def and Sixth: All liouors and beveraees or' drlnk sale receive for storaie. dilr 1_
Ate Superintendent of -
$ $600: Stenogphe$540; Incidental Clerk Assistant Chief Clerk $1,500 Commissione of Agriculture-Chief Clerk-- Blind, and the Florda.Agrculturl and made in imitation of or intended as bution or on consignment for another, -
Expenses 1.350 Books $250. $2,000; and Filing Clerk ; Department of $1,000; Clerk in Mechanical Colege Ncgo fo the stitute for beer, ale, wine or whiskey or other lquo and beverages metone in Section 1
Superintendent of Public InstitutionChiefClerk Correspondence Stenographer, $1,080 Postage 110, Assistant Agricultural Agcultr Divisions$750; Support and Summe School alcoholic or spirituous, vinous, or malt liquors Act, or any to have and t
$1,000: Alistalt Chief Clerk. $750: Cor.repndence and other Expenses; Travel Clerk in Land Divisions, $750; Pure Created by Chapter 9 Laws of Florida, including those liquors and beree com maintain any warehouse or oht Jlu for .
and Fin, Clerk, $600; Assistant Contingent State $2,0 Salary Food and Drugs, Stock Feed, Fertilizer and Approved June 5th, inonly known and called receiving, storing, or disposing sd
$ Postage Printing and ing Expenses Two Supetendent :; Citrus Fruit Divisions. $9 Clerk in Field Be It Enacted by the Legislature of the Stateof Sec. 2 That it shall be unlawful for any for aothe. and any person Uw r.
other Contingent ; Traveling Rurl Two Inspecor. ;- Note Division, $900; Shell Fish Divirioii. Florida: person, fr association of persons, o corporations shall be guilty of a mitemeno and
Expenses State Superintendent $125: Salary Traveling Expenses Rur Schol Inspectors $750; Assistant C'eik in Pure r\od and Section L That the sum of $645,400. o so county or election precinct in shall be fined not rrore 1. o
Two Rural School Inspectors. $ .00; Traveling $5.Commissioner Drugs, Stock Fed, Fertilizer and Citrus Fruit much thereof a shall be necessary, is hereby this State, where the sale of intoxicating liquors be imprisoned not more than 1 or shall -
Expenses Two Rural School Inspectors, $U250.Commissioner of Agriculture-Chief Clerk Divisions, Postage Agricultural appropriated for the support, improvement is now or may hereafter be be both fined and imprisoned.
prhibite
of Agriculture-Chief Clerk, Department of Agriculture. $,0 Clerk in $600;$4 Stamps, Stock DepmeDt and maintenance of the University of Florida, by laws of this State, to Se U. That no person shall b
Department of Agriculture $1,000; Clerk in Agricultural and Immigration DirsioDs $1- Fertilizer Divisions, $1,000: Printing Quarterly the Florida State College for Women, the fer for sale, keep for sale, barter, furnish at testifying before the ee,
Agricultural and Immigration Divions$750; 500; Clerk in Land Division $ in Bulletins, Agricultural Department, Florida Schol for the Deaf and the Blind, and pblic places, keep on hand at a place of in any trial in any prosecution fo violationof
Clerk in Land Dirsios$750: Pure Pure Food and Drgs Stock Feed Fertilizer, Express and Telegrams, Agricultural $ the Agricultural and Mechanical College or at any social, fraternal or locker this Act upon any complaint for the en. I
Food and Dr Fe Fertilizer and and Citrus Frits $l0 Stenographer ment, Clerk and Stenographer in Land for Negroes, required to be supported and club, or otherwise dispose of any of the prohibited forcement thereof but no dilcloure or discovery '
Citrus' Fruit Divisions, $9 Clerk in Field in Land Division, $1,0 in $ ; Traveling Expenses and otherContingent maintained by Chapter 5384 of the Laws of Iiquor and beverages described In made by such person I a witness shall
Note Division $900: Shell Fish Division Field Note Division 1,80 in ShellFish Expenses of Commissioner of Ag- Forda approved June Bth, 1905, which sum Section. of this Act, or any of them in be used against him in any penal prosecutionfor _
Assistant Clerk in Pure Food and Division, $1,5 Clerk in Pure riculture on Official Business $200; Stationery shal expended as tollow4: any quantity at any time. Provided that this or on account of the matters diickned.
$ Feed. Fertilizer and Citrus Fruit Food and Dr Feed, Fertilizer and and other Contingent Expenses, Agricultural the University Fonda,$234,000; which inhibition does not include, and nothing in See. It That the Judges of all Court impaneling
Divaons Postage Agricultural Dep- j Citrus Fruit Divisions. $1.0SO: Postage Agricultural Department Extra Clerk Hire for Field sum shall include $" the purpose of this Act shall efe the social serving of Grand Juries shall give in charge I
1 Stock Feed and Department, $2,000; Printing Stamps, Note $6, Clerks in Prison Department conducting Farmers' Institutes and publishing such lquor bvege. in private ie i- to sid Grand Jury the Ant-t.iqun Lw. J
Fertilizer Division, $l,Stmps Quarter Stock Feed and Fertilizer Divisions, $2,000; $0 bulletins. dences ordiar intercourse. Provided tMs EUtr., and those eacted fo
BulletinsAgricultural Department. $1,500; Printing Quarterly Bulletins, Agricultural De $9.State Chemist-Salary of State Chemist, For the Florida State College for Women, furber, nothing in this Act shall of promoting temperance and sapprestinf the "1
Extra Printing for Immigration, $15 Express partment. ; Printing. ImmigrationPurposes 1.500 Assistant State Fertilizer $2,9 which rum shall include $13,500 fo effect present laws of Florida relating to evils of intemperance, and tie shxH instruct i
and Telegrams, Agricultural Deparmet $1,500; Express and Telegrams, Agricultural an ; $900 Assistant Crmis Food nt-Inttutes Cunt the rights of druggists to handle alcohol and them to investigate and return indictments 1
$400 in Department, $SOO; Traveling and other Jst ; Ceis Demonstration further that nothing ail
; Clerk and Stenographer and $900 Chemist Agents publlhn bu. its compound Providing against persons guilt of violating said j
iion. $540: Traveling Expenses and Other Contingent Contingent Expenses Commissioner of Agriculture Feed Drug Analyst ; $900 Traveling Expenses letins. in this Act shal prohibit the manufactureby kiwi or any.provsion of them.
Expenses of Commission of Agriculture on Official Business $ Statoer Stuf Analyst Assistants; $500; For the School for the Deaf and the Blind, any one domestic wines fo family See. 15. Tat clek, servant, agent or
on Bu.ines, $200: Stationery, and and other Contingent Three Food and Inspectors ad Traveling $39,000. use in quantities not exceeding five gallons in employee an: person seemed of a violationof
Other Contingent Expenses..Agricultural De Department, $1,200; Extra Clerk Hire for Field Expenses Three Drug Food and $ For the Florida Agicu1turl and Mechanical anyone year. the laws to promote temperance and to sap-

partment, $6 Printing Ten Thousand Maps Note Division, ; Clerks Prison Department toes, $1,500 Samples and Pure College for s.5. Sec. 3. That any violation of any provision press the evils of intemperance, or the unlawful -
11.500 Furniture, Prison and ; Incidetls For the authorized of the Board of tale other disposition of the and
; and 180. t Food Division, $500 of Section One of this Act shall be punishedby or liquors ,
Land Divisions $250 Extra Clerk Hire for State $ ; Cemicls Control. epns mentioned in Section One of this >
: -Salary Cemst ,0 State Laboratory, $ Chemical Divisions $6.0. a fine of not more than or by imprisonment blelge
Field Note Division $400: Clerk Prison Depr- Assistant State Chemist, Analys $540; Postage State Chemist, $125; Jani- Sec. 2. sum of $7,500 for the year of in the county :5. not more or any of them, shall b excused from
met$900; For Field Note Division, $1.800; Assistant State Chemist Fod tor State Laboratory, 1917 and $7,500 for the year,191 or so much than six months, or both such fine and imprisonment testifying against this for the reasra
Chemist-Salary of State Chemist, $1- Drug Analyst $18 Assistant State Chemist Prison -$15. Chaplains thereof a may be nrcesa is hereby within the discretion of the that h may thereby pncpal* himself lo
600; Assistant State Crmist Fertilizer An- Feed Stuff $1,800: Traveling Expenses Depamet use of StteConvit appropriated for of the summer 4. That from and after the Cour.See shall any principal be excused f testifying
alyst. $900; Assistant Ceit Food and State Chemist and Assistants, $10 Three $; in Conducting Pertaining schools created by Chapter &Laws of this it shall not be lawful for any against any clerk, le"lnt sget emploJe
Drug Analyt$900; Assisant Stte Chemist, Food and Drug Ispeor$ to Prison Affairs, Mlt State Florida. approved June 6th, 1 fe county that Act voted against this sale of intoxicating in such eases, but 1 given by
Feed Stf Anslyl $900; TrnliExpenses Expenses, Tr Drug Ispetors Prison Fund, $1,250. fom See 3 The Comptle is hereby directed liquors nor any municipality therein any of said parties shall in any prosecution be '
and Incidentals to upon requisition of used as evidence, directly or indirectly aplnsthim.
in
Stat $ $3.6 Fod warnts teState to license the sale. dealing or furnishing
ad Drug Ispeor $ Traveling Expenses Chemicals and Apparatus, Supreme Court-Salaries of Supreme Court Superintendent of Public Instruction of the said prohibited liquors or beverages, .
Fo Drug Insptor $1,- State $,0 $ Clerk Cemica Division Justices,111,250; Contingent ExpsC $1,500; of any funds in the Treasury not otherwise appropriated any including imitations or substitutes Sec. 11 That in all prosecutions apinl any
600: Samples Incidentals Fo Lbrator ,0 Janitor Clerk, de under 170 Gel for the legitimate cost of lad sum- theo.See person or persons or any per-
.0 Postge Ceis : p 6. That it shall be unlawful
$
Divisions and as unde Sle- any firms clubs viols
$500; Chemicals Apprts Laboratory, mer schools, the amount not tr.' te appropriation sons or corporations fo
State Lbrtor. $500; Clerk Cemicl Prison Department- p Chaplains State tion 1753, General Statutes, $150; Repairs forSupreme made in Section 2 of ths Ac pen, corporation, fr or association of perSons tion of the provisions of this Act, it shall be
ion, $ Postage State $1 Janitor Convicts For Use of Commissioners of Cour Building, Fertilizer and Plants, See" This Act shall become upon any county precnc in this competent for the State to give in eldeneethe
State $150. State $15 in Conducting pertaining $250; Supreme Court, per diem, under its and approval of the Governor, or State that has voted against intoxicating fact that the bee which the
Lbrtor Mate passage
:
sn Dramet-lre.Chaplains State to Prison Payable Frm Son u General Stte$125; Messen upon its becoming a law without such appro lquors, directly or indirectly to keep may tend to show had mannfac- ,
Afai to Court Justices or maintain or in any manner to or abet
of Prison Fund. Ier. Supreme tured, sold, bartend, exchanged, furnished,
'Yc- $ us conducting matters pertaining SZ5. Supreme Judges $1,0 Assistant Secretary to Supreme Court val.Approved May 1$, 11.CHAPER in keeping or maintaining any of the following given away or otherwise disposed of. possessed
to Prison I payable from State $22.500 Supreme; Contingent $3,000: Clerk, $900; Purchase of Books for Supreme places, which are hereby declared to be unlawful or possesses the same color, odor, and general
Prison Fund, 1.250 afar Epse. Statutes Cur Lbrr $250; Elerct Lights Water drinking places and common nuisances. appearance, of the liquors and beverages mentioned
Legislature of per: diem unde Son 11 Section 1753, S Fuel $600; One '(No 22). First: Any place or resort where the in Section One of this Act. or any of
Lrslate117-Eese $ Cek. Repairs for Supreme Furnace Yardman $1SO; One Elevator AN ACT to Amend Section 1512 of the General liquor or beverages mentioned in Section One them, the same shall be prima facie evidence
Supreme Court Salaries of Supreme Court Building $ and $250; Man and Assistant Janitor $270; Watchmanfor Statutes of Forda as Amended by of this Act. or any of them, are kept t be that the liquor or beverares are the same as
C Sheriff Supreme Felie, Section Building, $360; Stenographer for Suprems Chapter 6649, as Amended by drunk upon or about the premiaes by per mentioned in Section One of this Act. The
UJ60 per
$ Contingent
Jac ; Epese$ Cour Court $&10. of 1915 sons resorting there for rule of evidence shall be applicable U
per diem under 1683, GeDel $250; Messenger, Chapter 0905, Acts Relating to Pay purs. same
Statutes. $474 Librarian under Section $380: to Supreme Court Department-Salaries Judicial Dp .t.met. of Witrsse. Second: Any club, room or or place i all cases for the abatement of liquor nuisances
173. Ce u forSupreme Ser Secretary to Jusce Cnr Judica, Jurors and Witnesses Before the Be by the of the Stateof which are received or kept fo te purpose o bv bills of equity, and in all prosecutions for
Court Stht"$ Reair UO AsistDt Purchase of Books for Grand Sr, Rewards for and Epens Florida: Laatr barer or sale, or use or gift .a beg violations of Statutes of the State for the tuppresdon -
WM: Sheriff Supreme Bnildini C art. per diem Pant ustc $ $500: Electricity Sup of Arrest of r.0 from Section 1. That Section 1611 of the Gee distribution or divsio among of the evils of intemperante. wfcesift 4
IffiS. General Statutes $125; !Messeng rme Water and Ice. $600: Fuel for Heating, tpO; Expenses of Circuit Judges Sitting o Supreme Statutes of Forda.amended by l1pt furnished to or used in of any club becomes necessary to determine whether tht
.
S Secretary to Supreme Court Jnstices. One Furnace and Yardmn$360tlectrician Court Bench, $75: Costs Adjudged 5649. Acts of amended by Ce I or association of persons by any means whatever liquor or beverage Is a prohibited liquor #

$ 'J S Secretary to Supreme CourtS and Elevator Man Su're Court Build.s Against the State in Civil Cases, $50; Expcn- Acts o 1915. relating to the pay o WtrAe the prohibited liquors and beg o beverage.




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Sec. 17. That no properly r.ht of any of the Circuit Court in the county where saidliquors CAPER 7No 28.) and be subject to inspection at all times by United States are now at war with a foreign petition filed by a majority of the d

L4 kind abali est i Aid ud wines or beer was lei a sworn in- AN ACT of or any State, County or Municipal Officer, anda enemy; andWhereas the said Guards for the purposes <
r.i ererages to used for unlawful fort lttr the qu kind of Solicitation of Orders for Alcoholic record thereof made National
poss b Lquor by such druggist in the The Guard of Florida and or suppressing insurrection thriilt5t
flih,1 .ibuton and i a liquor, wine or bee seed to whom consigned Ete Spirituous, Vinous, o' record book mentioned in this section, show the Florida Naa Militia are about to b or- surrection, and also for preventinTS14 S

such and that t the his iorn BrdYr1ske1L Wine Rum Gin. Beer ing the date of the afdnit by made dered into of the Government the sing any actual or threatened aSP**

A vessels and receptacles ta which aa lq knowledge belief said liquor WI o for the quantity of alohol or'hol wine, and United States, and will not be available for lawful assembly, breach of peace/or riot >

are contained are hereby declared &ppe tped eed possessed and / Tie Removal of Such Advertisements in where, when, for what purpose and by whom the protection of the life and property of the to or violation of the lacs of thei- Ie**

traband and we t be forfeited to the State and a copy of Dee Ce and to Provide for the Pre t be used Only one sale shall be made citizens of the respective counties of the Stateof or of the State of Honda, or ,
any
when and condemned within three
and may be ordered said information shall be served Continuation and
1 we and Florida said
YAtoa RettO upon only the : and m county, or
to after seizure by order of days on the agent of common carrier or other Acts Hereby Made luc afdvit i county eminent danger
i9 destroyed ad where ma<1e. and Whereas, It the demands in time
Unlwul te lae no greater quantity appears public safety or war when the United
the Court h aue juco over person from whose possession said lquo Prescribe Remedies, Pen es therein specified. For the purpose that immediate action be tke by this war with any foreign power State, *
the same, or after wine or beer taken, and on the and ; provide ,
\ur wa Pahmet of this Act Legislature for the that ,
organization bodyof ever
any store or registeredpharmacist a in no event shall
when such liquors of said liquor, wine or beer if he be found in Be It the Legislature of the State drug the Guard .
crco ae prop Enated making each have au men to take the place of said ized under this Act be called UDonfci
have been seized use u said The consignee, commonor of 11 ta Natona
1 fr count owner Frd thority Guard and Florida Naval Militia service when there is
e Ule interested in t amit and such located and stauJ!??
_; I dec other carrier or any person Scton I shall be unlawful to adnrs druggist or shall write his name in the absence of said Guard and Militia; and any county, sufficient forces *
.* IS. That for any reason any Section, said liquor, wine or beer, shall within SIXda's sale, or keying for such of the *""*
Whereas
upon If has
i It become Guard
mauactre that such of Honda
the
le afdait any druggist, owner of necessary Naval Mli
Part of this of said tic answer
Clause an
alter
or thereof
Paragraph, service copy within this of
Act shall PYion or claim for said liquor WIDe or beer, and alcoholic liquors either State, a drug : pharmacst clerk or an organization be made immediately na- or any military forces of the Cs.tej st
L iYld any vinous employee shall
o upon able in the counties of the that be
l that f shall not affect o destroy a1 shall demand a hearing from the Circuit judgeor or malt, such I brandy, whiskey, wine, rum, fidavit or otherwise, knowingly prescription sell or af Florida: thereforeBe respective Stte duty may in said immediately avs.abic fo
give ,
Sec Provision Clause or Par Judges oi the llrulthen:1 said IIQuur, gin, beer, or other alcoholic liquors, or any any such alcohol wine or It Enacted the Legislature of the State into county and the same
O Parph or to who by service by the State
of not in. and of itself The Circuit Judge shall hear said cause in of them, in any or either of the following is of any person of Honda.,
: but shall be in vacation and shall bear testimonyin intemperate habit or addicted to use of Flord United States for duty m said tT
valid the remaining portion ia de
ways or manners: of
tem o any narcotic drug or knowingly! sell give Board of County Commissioners the necessities of the siL-iT.
force without regard to that 1 invldate said cause and decide said cause without First: Upon any street car, railroad or the same to any one to used of the counties of the State and situation at
for respective provided, further
that
19. 1 hat this Act shall go the intervention oi a jury and promptly other vehicle of transportation, or at b any purpose in no event .
See ito eec ha any public other than that in said of Florida be and they are hereby authorizedand the Guards herein provided for
be
immediately upon its passage and approval render a decree according to law a. place or resort, or upon any sign or tion or affidavit name pecp the
_ bIl or sell empowered to organize companies of service of other tkT'
the Governor, or upon its becoming a Law evidence and a said liquor, wine or or by circulars, price any county of s
Honda the board psters away any liquors without such prescription or County Guards not to exceed in any Countya than the county in winch tie ,
without his found be the i Uie oi or in Organj
approval.Approved to 1 periodicals ise in any afdavt he shall be punished the same any battalion to consist of not more than fur exists and is maintained.The .
April 24, 1917. or counties or election precinct or manner to manufacture, sale or I
county adverise who sells spirituous vinous companies or not more than 110 men to each commanding officer
of
law be shall peron the
in violation Guard
election precincts keeping for sle or furnishing of any of said malt or othe alcoholic liquors in violation company exclusive of officers, to be known be in command sla
supreme of
beer forfeited a tae GoirdV
further ccclare said liquor, \ c or alcoholic liquors, or the person from whom, of this ,
the
CHAPTER 784- thc firm which
the 3th
or corporation trom or Sec.
any person who is of intemperate all be composed of white tion over his command shill
Intoxi- t
AX ACT Prohibiting the Receipt cf county to destroy said liquor, wines or leer place where or the price at which, or the habits addicted the Whenever the mcn who be supreme *
to use of required men the sheriff or other
narcotic civil sh3 3
From Com than a'utoritesand
Wines or Beer a in not less than ten days ur more the same or of them
ct Lquor maner any drugs shall make the affidavit mentioned in are eliglible for in said Guards with
Carrier, Prohibiting the Possession days from the date of said dec: The may be obtained. the membership co-operate the said Guards m S!
of Such Liquors Hereafter Received Court shill find the value of said liquor wine Second: To circulate or publish any preceding section or if any person making shall associate themselves together for the proper protection of life and property,
news such affidavit use as a beverage purpose of forming a guard Sec. 1L It is further
for
or company they may
uLe provided
_ From a Common or Other Carrier and Prohibiting or beer and toe owner vr claimant may paper, periodical or other written or printed shl that in A
any place other apply to the Board of County Commissionersto Guards
any. than that event the said
the and Personal Transportation within purse arc called out fur !
Shipment in in which advertisement in this M.
an appeal equity
a causes Jtcel any in such be
mater organized such and shall
of Such Liquors Into Counties or upon giving shall afdait or shall knowingly as designate duty in any capacity herein provided fortt!
days .hl oD specified appear, or to permitany
Election Precincts in This Stte Which bond aI apve aout of the value oi sign or bill board containing such advertisement permit another to so alcohol or wine, persons nominated and elected I commissioned members thereof actively engaged i in such Jut.
t or thereof .
any part or knowingly the is and under the
application approved acting !
Have or May Hereafter Vote the said liquor, wine or "upstate as a sup"rscdu to remain upon one's or false &al mae ofecr. I authority of the
Sale of Snch LiquorsVines or Beer From against the destruction oi said liquor to circulate any price lists, premses, or any be statement in aldait he the persons enrolled as mem manding officer, shall by virtue of this Act S!
guilty of perjury and ben of said organization and the of clothed with
Points of in per- to'.ice powers m
Outside This State or Between i wine or beer only pcuuaig the deClvl other matter fur the purpose of inducing or the b name addition totC
manner now prescribed b law sons selected officers shall be filed with conferred
for the the
With Certain Exceptions beer I powers otherwise by this
This State; ; \\'he the such liquor, wine or .ha securing orders for such liquids and offense Act
thee Intended For Personal Use or Otherwise a"pe"I the custody and control of of lquor where of perjury and if any physician who Clerk df the Circuit Court of the County in Sec. 12. Summary court martials may be
,
and the Seizure and reman 1 te bevrages or any mate is not in good standing in his profession or which sd organization is perfected and the dered for the trial of non-commissioned offietn OK
De ihenrf. located sheriff
; police
or
Authorizil any who is of Clerk
intemperate who is addicted Circuit shall immediatelysend and enlisted
or of the Guards
Wine or B : 10. All common or other or ameer is authorized to such advertisement hbit Cour men and iKhcoon
rril remove any -
Icon :cc to the use of drug a certified order of the Board shall have the
for Fee for Officers in Such their ageuu thail be subject to tile from any sign, bill board or other issue such shall copy power to discharge froattL*
; Cases and Making Certificate of Clerk of Court to produce papers and public place when to his notice, and in any prescription I is mentioned of County Commissioners approving lad ap service end to reduce to an inferior gndt 11
: the last
neces plication
a i cme preceding section; if together with a list of the the of
Circuit Court Best Evidence Certain records, o any phy names case non-commissioned officers. Tat
shipping shall do from citizen.
alipment so upon any
o reltye sician shall the
such who
issue prescription without persons have enrolled themselves
Facts in Certain Cases. at summary court shall consist of one
2. That where and when violation I or nvon
transportation carrying ad
possessing cu- any the time
See making a personal examination of members of said Guard companies and the officers detailed the
by
Be It Enacted by the Legislature of the Stateof wines or beer commanding oficerei
tody of intoxicating of of the provisions of any of Section One the
lquors a person for whom the liquor is prescribed of the persons who have been selected the Guards for that
Flrd seized and it shill lie for any person of this Act shall have occurred, the continuation lame purpose. All boding, d
ul\iu shall
'
or prescribe for any person who is in as commissioned officers to the Governor cf the court shall be
it shall be unlawful for anypln the seizure of summary reviewed by
of the unlawful to
Ston to impede, obstuct prevet or repetition ac or anyof the habit of drinking to intoxication and the State, which certificate aforesaid be *
whome
commanding officer of the Guard
to receive direct- in beforti
corporation as provided .hal
or such or uecr, like kind bv the offending firm or sen
fr liouors... wines. orb thu lquors .Ies prevented persn of injunction knows, or has reason to beiee is i rue filed in the.office of the Secret of and tence or judgment shall become eflem, ..j
: ilt".ietnl other Act lIe State of Honda- hereby- corporation may b the the habit of drinking to intoxica or give thereupon the persons 1 as commissioned it shall be within the power of said eommmi
er.i filed in of
act upon a name
hm- within this :ce 1 Act such prescription and make the officer shall be commissioned in their ing officer to change such findings
the
;; precincts and conditions of ofvl State of Florida, by the Attorney General stteents or iod>
s: .' which have or may hereafter vote against the gress known as \Vebh-Kenyon Act, being State Attorney, or County Prosecuting Attorney there required, or any Pa theef, falsely, the respective grades and rank by the Governor of ment of said court as he may see St
sale of intoxicating wines or beer, in suinber4U4d which said Act is be punished in manner now prescribed State; and the ranking oincer so commis Sec. U It is further provided that the Boari
it lquor senate Bill or by any citizen or citizens of the County law sioned shall then
by for the authorized
-
J whether in liquors offense of and b by Boad of County Commissioners of the said ?
such preict entitled "An Act divesting intoxicating in which the offense has been perur count
cunt o in addition of
commited thereto the County
and court discretion Commisioner to muster the organ. be and they are hereby authorized to
certaincases
personal their interstate in prond
of And
; all rules of practice, *
'yt whether interstate or iutte oter.hpmet o ," and which cacte a 01 March 1 cedure that pertain evidcnce t Cours of Equity generally pr. for a period suspend of six the months license for of eaeh such physician made ization in duplicate te muster rol shall be armament, equipment and other necessary sup.
offense to bi the
copy plies and expense thereof for the
I except State of Florida retied orgum
'k pr-ded And the hereby eat in this Mate may be invoked and ap- *
tnlprion 11 Sec. I Any or beverage having in the and the other, the tion of the Guards, and such
it shall be unlawful a1 all intoxicating wines or bee plied. whether agents, servantsor lquor compa1. "ih pay and the sect
lquor. Al persons excess one per centum of alcohol papers of each the of subsistence, transportation, equipment
intoxicating Floridairom membe
: firm or corporation to possess State of mala
,
person kind shipped of corporations or servants -
or
Si liquors, wines or beer, hereafter rc.e any State 1to or Territory or District of individuals aiding or abetting aget. in the shall be deemed and held to be alcoholic Guards .i be filed with the Clerk of the Circuit tenance and necessary expenses as may be iscurred. :
ay.oter lquor and subject to the provision of thi.ct of the County in which said company and the same shall be and
directly or indirectly, f a COMOB of Sttes or place, noncontiguous commission of the offense may be made par is eonttrtat*
in the te of organized, with tl report of the a charge against the said county. Pay rolls
earner the jurisdiction aad
but to such bill
o o dcol lubjet tented ties defendant to .
6.
precincts of this mJ to States, consigned to any J. That violation. of provisionof Upon the adoption by the electors mustering officer. expense accounts, properly accomplished and
Stt whc ad pl any any of The
See the said
\ proposed amendment to Article XIX companies be formed and
certified
hereafter vote of intoxicating or county in the State of Section One of this Act be punished may organized to by the commanding cfhcer of tie
liquors, wines or beer in such county o violation of this Act is hereby declared unlawful by I fine of not more shal or by imprisonment the Comptroller of the State of Florida is in the same general manner 1 is prescribed Guards, or by some officer officially designated
i whether intended for person- and all of said intoxicating for hereby directed to draw a warrant on the for the formation and organization of by him for such purpose, shall te filed wna
and not
in the jail more
de pc and whether interstate prolbitd beers shall be subject both county such fine and imprisonment Treasurer of the State of Florida in favor of companies of the National Guard of Florida; the Clerk of the Circuit Court of said Cesar
o than i
intrastate shipment or transportation, except lquors wiel and destruction from t mot or discretion of the any person holding a license issued by the provided, however, that those qualifying to become to be laid by him before the Board of Canny

hereinafter prvide l tune uo of its\arrival within the State of Sec. This Act shall take Coun July State of Florida for the sale of lquor wines members of said Guards shall be betweenthe Commissioiners, and it shall be the duty of
L That be unlawful for any 12. That in cases of seizure tlorcee pro 1917. 4 efect 1 and beer for the unused portion license ages of IS and 65 years; provided, further, said Hoard to provide for the immediate payment
S a and the Treasurer is hereby authorizedand however, that nothing in this Act shall be of such accounts If funds available
_4 company railroad company, or any vided herein the and deb cf Cicut Approved May 1917.CHAPER are not
: -. common carrier or person to ship or transport Courts shall shert same fees and 1 directed t pay such warrant out of any construed as preventing any member of the or- in the treasury of the county for the n>

t into the counties or election precincts of this other except in addition to mileage 72S7-No. H). moneys in State Treasury not othe"'isc ganizations authorized from volunteering in or mediate payment cf such account it shan e*
_ State which have or may hereafter vote aginst a in the sheriff ce. shall receive a fee of one appropriated And the County Cmmi.lioner. being drafted or conscripted into the National the duty of the Board oi County Coramiitice-

t.f the sale of intoxicating liquor.wines or beer for such seizures when the quantity of AN ACT Relating to the Sale, Service or are hereby dired Guard of the Army, Navy or other forces of era to issue certificates of indebtedness, pay
dollar
; such county or any intoxicating wines or beer seized Dispensing of Intoxicating Liquors, Wines and pay to said party holding such license the United States; and that upon enlistment able in not more than IS months thereafter u4

1 wines or prcct, from a intoxicating lquor twenty 1 gallons or Beer by Clubs or Other Associations oi such sum of money as will cover the unused in said National Guard of the Army Navy or bearing interest at the rate oi not excet4i|

place in th.liquor to any count or electionprecinct and docs in not cases where the quantity quantity of intoxicating Persons, Whether Incorporated or not In portion of the county lce other forces of the United States, such enlist six per cent, which certificate tray be sold at

State which rosy here beer so seized exceeds in corporated.Be Approved May 26, ment shall ipsjo facto operate as a discharge from public sale and the sum realized applied to the
liquors, wines or
of such It Enacted by the Legislature of the State the hereby withoutany of the said accounts of said
ale vote against the sale lquor i twenty gallons, such sheriff shall receive organizaton authorzed payment expenses
county or election quantity dollars for such of Florida: CHAPTER 7S9-No. 3L) other or evi of said Guards as aforesaid. The sum total
Ich prcind intoX fee of tire
eating wines or a due until .eiue quantities Section 1 That no club or other association AN ACT to Amend Section 3569 of the Gener. dence thereof. And said membership shall be of said certificates so iuei shaj be nisei
liquor a said not becoming
-: or whether seizure seized removed from the place of persons, whether incorporated or not al Statutes of the State of Florida, Provid acceptable to the said County Commissionersand by special county assessment in the tax budget

; 6 cub packages or crrton whete of seizure so to the are County Court Hou of the incrrated for profit or proft shall ing What Record of the Result of the Canvass any membership committee of such organ for the next succeeding year and applied lethe

intended for use or e- where the seizure is or to the sell see otherwise dispense an of the Returns of the Election Shal ization a may be provided, for; and protide. payment of such certificate in order oi

cept as pena County of used by such sheriff for such lquor wines or beer to any person o be Taken as Prima Face Evidence further, no ph'sicl examination re their respective issue.

Sec 4. That it shall be unlawful for any place storage sheriff's and clerk's fee and unless same be Election Was in Any County quire for enlistment in said organization ex Sec. 11 That all laws and parts of fans ia

person to personally transport from without purse to Suc paid by the county wherein under such circumstances, at such times, to or Precinct Against the Sale of Spirituous, as may be required by the commanding conflict with the provisions of this Act be sad

or within this State into counties or election ml"ge made as other criminal costs are such persons, in usch manner and under such Vinous or Malt Liquors in Such County or officer of said Guards. the same are hereby repealed.

i' precincts in this State which have or may seiue axe regulations as provided for and in full compliance Precinct Whenever the said organization is so formed Approved May 21. 1S17.
the provisions of An Act of the Be by the by the said County Commissioners
hereafter vote against the sale of intoxicatingliquors pid 13. In aU hereunder where Ula Enaced Legislature of the Stateof the officers
C or whee the same is to prove CUC that a county or precinct Legislature of Florida approved May 6, A. D. Florid shall be selected by the membership of said organization CHAPTER T253-No. 3i).

intended wne fo b us any necessary baa voted against the aale of 1tox- 1915, and entitled "An to regulate these Section 3559 of the General and in the event of a battalion formation AN ACT Amending Section 671. (72 and OI

intoxicating liquors, wines or otes anyqiantity citing wines or beer the Iwor er- or furnishing of intoxicating liquors, Statutes of 1308, b I hereby amende the captains of the respective compan of the General Statutes of the State of

whatsoever, except as hereinafter pro tincat*lquor.Clerk of the Circuit Court or beer and prescribing the penalty 1 I to read u ies forming such battalion shall nominate the Florida Relative to the Organization ef

;. vided. that effect shall be conclusive and the bt for the violation of certain of its prvsions 31 9. Evidence of Elecn In commanding officer of such battalion and he National Guard cf the State of Florida.

: Sec L That nothing in this Act shall make evidence of that fat and repealing laws in conic ad prosecution by the up a shall select the officers of his staff, and there Be It Enacted by the Legislature of the State

Sec. It. That U any reuoD My section being Chapte 6 Forda of intoxicating liquors, wines te beer contrary upon the whole list of said commissioned of- of Florida

& f I(unlwu druggist to receive and possess or pen of th. Act then that held shall unconaUtutlonal Sec. member cub or t regulations the introduction of fleer shall be forthwith certified to .by the Section L That Section 61, of the Genenl ,

-t alcohol and other ItK liquors and invalidate or iyald of fac Act. other association of persons described Section copy of the record of the result of the can said County Commissioncr.uid forwarded to Statutes, be and the same is hereby amended <

such preto u by druggist not but the shall be enforced part without reference 1 of this Act, or any employee or agent yas of the returns of the election I made by the Governor Forda who shall thereupon to read as follows: JM
same
and the manner as of any such club or association of persons County Canvassing Board recorded commission said in their respective Enlistment-Enlisted men in the N'atioeal
fo held
now de Il pa b f law or for tnaaufaetnre See. t.the That part all 1 act and to b inld act violating any of the provisions of this Act in the minutes of the proceedings of the Board gde. and rank I shown by the certification Guard of the State of Florida shall sign aa enlistment

& of that conform t In conflict with the provision of this Act shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor and of County Cmmissioner or in any book used sid County Commilsioner for a term of contract and take and subscribe ta

: the provisions of the Fore Food and Drl are hereby upon conviction thereof shall be fined not .a book office of the Clerk four years' in said Guards; the muster the following oath of enlistment: "1 do hereby

Act of this State and the United Sec. 16. rpeae tll Act shall take effect more than $1,0. or by impnsonmen* i the of the Cicut Court, duly certified t by the roll sha1 be made up by the commanding acknowledge to have voluntarily enlisted txi*

for bona fide bOlpit.or for mu immediately upon it passage and approvalby count jail 12 months. Clerk Circuit Cur for county the respective unit in any county in ....day of....19.as a soldier in the Nii
of perfumery toie aices the Governor or upon Its paaaage and becoming See 3 All laws or parts of laws in conflict in which a election have been held duplicate one copy to retained by the ional Guard of the United States and of the

and possess alcohol te of bona fide a law without his approvaL the provisions hereof are hereby re shall be take as prima facie evidence that unit and the other together with the enlistment State of Honda for the period of three rear

patients of such hospitals, in the manuf.tr Approved May 1 1817. pealed. said was legally called, conducted papers of each member of the Guards, in service and three years in reserve, under
;, turing of such medicines or flavoring extracts, See 1 This Act shall take effect July 1. A and bolden shall be filed with the Clerk of the Circuit the conditions prescribed by law unless soever

o perfumery and toilet arcles or for any CHAPTER 7:85-(No. H). D.. 1917.pproye. See 2. All laws and part of laws i con Court of said County, with the report of the discharged by proper authority. And I de

: common or other carrier or tnspr AN ACT to Amend Section S of An Act of May 16 1917. fict herewith are hereby read said commanding officer solemnly swear that 1 will bear true faith and

zs each liquor or alcohol for said the Legislature of the State of Florda Approved May 30, 1917. Sec. 2. The armament, equipment and organization allegiance to the United States of America and

: inch druggists or hospitals or manufacturersof Approved May 1 1917, entted" AC CHAPTER '(No. 30.) of the Guards its system of discipline to the State of Florida, and that I win serve

mecnC or of flavoring exrct or of Prohibiting the IntoxcaUn& AN ACT to Make Effective Article XIX of CnAPER 7290-No. 3). and exercises shall confor as near as .them honestly and faithfully against all their
of toilet articles I Liquors. Wlnea, or Beer from a the Constitution of the State of Florida as AN ACT Sections 1220 of may be with such changes a commanding enemies whomsoever, and that I will obey th*

of this State which have or may hereafter Other Carrier, Prohibiting the Possession Amended Prohibiting the Manufacture, Sale, the General Statutes of Forda Relaing to officer may find necessary to prescribe, to that orders of the President of the United Satts

&:t. vote against the sale of intoxicating liquors of Such Liquors Other Hereafter Carrier,Received and Prohibiting from Barter or, Exchange of Alcoholic Liquorsfor Requisites of Application Perit to Sell which is now prescribed for the National and of the Governor of the State of Florida,
a Common or Guard
of
wines o beer; provided that such consignee and Beverage to Provide Penalties Liquor Wines or Beers, the Publica Florida. and of the officers appointed over me accord 4,

,: '. o addre or his or its duly authore tatlon ice of Shipment Such Pen Tralpr for the PurSC and Refund theUnused lon Thereof, and Repealing Sedoni 1**, Sec. 3. A commissioned officer may be discharged ing to law and the rules and articles of war.*
the time of delivery LIQuor Teref t and 1224 of the when he has Guard
gent Iha at sd Election Precinct In State Which Portion General Statutes of permanently removd All officers of the organized National
alcohol liquors make a affidavit and Have pr May Hereafter Vote Against the Whereas, The Lcens the State of Florida, and Providing for Remonstrance to his residence beyond the limits of the county of this State shall be empowered to administer ,

-'. liver to such common or other cre that Sale of Such Liquors, Wines or Beer from Florida in due and legal manner\ submitted to Petitions in which is located the organization of which oaths of enlistment and the same shall have !

*. such alcohol or liquors is and Outside this State or Between Point la the voters of said State a Joint Resolution Be It Enacted by the Legislature of the State he is a member, or upon the acceptance of his the same force and effect as if made before a 'ff\\
will be used for the specified herein Certain Exception of Florida: resignation, or upon the disbandment t
: purposes This State; With ; amendment to Article XIX of of the magistrate, or other civil officers competent
and he shall in said affidavit name the purse Whether Intended for Personal Use o the proposing Constitution a of the State of Florida for. Section 1. That Section 1219 of the organization to which he belong, or upon the administer oaths.a .

: of those Ipife herein for which sme Otherwise; and Authorizing the seizure prohibiting the sale, manufacture,.barter Statutes of the State of Florida relating Gerl expiration of his term of office, by the Governor ( ) Term of Enlistuent. The period of ci- -

'-k'. b used tt it will be used fo no other Destruction of Such LQuor Wine or or ever exchange of alcoholic liquors, except alcohol requisite of application for permt t sell liquor and shall b discharged upon the recommendation listment in the National Guard oi Florida shall

pure Beer; Providing for Officer in for medical, scientific and mechanical purposes be amended to read .folows of commanding officer by the be for six years, the first three years of which
For the of himself Such Cue. and Making Certificate of 1219. The application Governor. All enlisted men of the Guards organization, and the remaining -
(2) any person for use Court Best Evidence of and wine for scramental purposes; therefore pert to sell shall be in active
.-. or fo the use of his own family residing Clerk Facts In Certain C&eL". liquors, wines or beers must .iled by a .hal be .enlisted for the term cf thi e year three years in the National Guard Reter-
t : with him to to His own Cern majority of the white registered and qualification for such elstmet hllbe ior cnu uncn ube
personally transport by the Legislature of the Be It Enacted by the Legislature of the state YOw.- a that the yes. and the quauncations
home, or to possess or to receive from any State of of Florida: majority of the colored yot., actually applicant is a citize United the same as those prescribed for admission

common carrier or other shipped from Section ForIda. Section S of An Act of Section 1. That all penal laws now in residing for a period of month States of America, and the State of Florida to the Regular Army. An enlisted man shall
cae efec and
without the counties precinctswhich the Legislature of FlorIda approved May 1, prohibiting the sale of liquors in prior thereto, within the election district resident of the county in which i located have the privilege of continuing in active service

i have or may hereafter vote against the 1917 entte"AN AC the Re- precincts voting dry suall, on and after the in permit to sell liquors, wine or beer is the organization of which he wishes become during the whole of the enlistment period
sale of wines ceipt Wine or Beer sought. Each signature be made a member, and shall be of good moral charac Soldiers who re-enlist with
: intoxicating, liquors, or beer Intollcatln& LIquorI first day of January, 1919, apply throughoutthe in the or of re-enlisting.
;;, not exceeding quantt of one quart of intoxicating From a Common or Cae Prohibiting State of Florida, and all law for the enforcement presence of at least two credible subscribing te and physically fit to perform the duties in sixty days after the expiration of their former

liquor and not exceeding the Possession of Such Llquor Hereafter of such penal laws aa as witnesses and said application shall state 'a prescribed for the Guards term oi enlistment shall be considered le

'2 six quarts of beer or malt where said bee Received from a Common or Other Carrier. applicable, be continued in lhl f effect nearly a possible the exact residence address A discharge certificate shall le given each have served continuously
malt does not contain more than and Prohibiting the Shipment and Personal make by street number, rural free enlisted man at the expiration of his enlistment Enlistment-It shall be tn-
o f Transportation of Such Liquors Into Counties throughout the State of Florida to delivr route or the (b) Fraudulent
a' per centum of alcohol during any period or Election Precincts in This State Which effective provisions of Article XIX amended. otherwise, of each signer if signer by commanding officer of the Guard; also lawful for any person to mis-state his age for
a thereof has changed his a discharge may be issued by reason of physical in the Nat
thirty consecutive das or for any common or Have or May Hereafter Vote Against the residence within said the purpose of securing enlistment
', carrier to ship or transport to any person Sale of Such Wine or Beer from Sec. 2. Whoever manufactures or causes to election precinct within three months prior to disability, permanent removal from the ional Guard of this State. It shall be nnlavful

in any county or election precinct in this Outside This LQuor Point In this be manufactured any spirituous, vinous, maltor such signing, said prior residence address must the county, or other sufficient reason approved by for any person to enlist in two military

.,- State which has or may thereafter vote against State; With Certain Exceptions; Whether other alcoholic liquors on or after the also be given, and shall be accompanied by the commanding officer which precludes the organizations at the same fine. Any persoe
I the sale of intoxicating liquors, wines or beer Intended for Personal Vie or Otherwise; and day of 1919 within the State 01llorida applicit's affidavit that each and every name proper attention to duties prescribed by him in violating the provisions of this paragraph shall

: for the personal use of such person, or fo Authorizing the SeIzur and Destruction of frt Januar the same if be affixed to such application was the act and said Guards, and also by sentence of a summary be deemed guilty of fraudulent enlistment

the use of the members of his family residing Such Lquor \ or Beer; Providing for such liquors violation] of this a Act, deed of the person purporting to sign the cour maria (c) Oath of Office-Eve officer eoniBuV
with him of intoxicating Fee In Such Case*, and Making same; that there was fraud Se unit of said Guards has Guard oi
not exceeding one quart and each day that any shall be engaged no brber or de stoned for service in the National
liquor or wine and not exceeding six Certificate cf Clerk of Circuit Court Best" in the manufacture person of such alcoholic ception in procuring such signature such organized under this Ac it may becomea Florida shall before entering upon his duties
Evidence of Certain Fact In Certain Cases. I
quarts of beer or malt where said beer affidavit is false in particular, body corporate by letter patent oath of office
any
o be and the came la hereby amended BO a* liquors or cause another to be s engaged, same which shall take and subscribe to the following
malt do not contain more than five per to read a* follow: shall constitute a separate offense. shall be deemed perjury, and affiant shall be be issued by the Secretary of State : **I, ....... do solemnly swear that I will i

$ centum alcohol during any period of thirty Se 5. That nothing In this Act shall Sec. 3. The provisions of this Act shall not punished accordingly. Tat no permit to sell upon such application of commanding officer, and support and defend. the Constitution of the

,.c consecutive days. It unlawful: prevent the manufacture and sale at wholesaleto liquors, wines or beers hereafterbe ob a corporation it shall have power to United States and the Constitution of the

(3) For any priest or minister of any religious (1) For druggists to receive and possess licensed druggists only of pure grain alcohol tained without first making appliclol I hold sue and to be sued by its corporate name to State of Florida against all enemies, foreign
denomination receive and alcohol and other Intoxicating and and acquire property, both real, personaland faith u4
or sect to Iquor for medical, pharmaceutical, scientific and aforeaid and domestic; that I will bear tree
? possess wines, for sacramental purposes, or such preparation .may be drg- mechanical purposes or wine for sacramental That Section 1220 of the General mixed, and dispose of same. The officers allegiance to the same; that I will obey the

; for any common cre or other t ilat* for the special purpose and In the manner or prevent the sale and keeping for Statute of Florida relating to the publication cf said Guards Ihal constitute the Board of orders cf the President of the United States
ce Directors
a* now or hereafter provided by law, or pursc of of
: ship or transport sid the manufacturer of medicine that conform licensed druggists of nure grain application for permit t.el lquor wines 5. The orgaizato and the Governor of the State of Floridi; that
priest minister of denomination or be amended to Se organiztion any of the com any
or religious bees without
any
scientific ,
to the provision of the Pure Food and alcohol for medica pharmaceutical, Said red folowl herein I make this obligation freely
or and of wine for sacra application, with provide fo may be disbanded reservation of evasion, aid
Ic Drug Act of this State and the United State, or within 4 mental or purpose
j,4 Sec. 6. it shall be unlawful for thereto attached, together with the peace is declared be the
any or for bona fide hospitals or for manUfacturer purposes by religions bodies, nor .hl residence the that I will well and faiutuUy discharge
express company, railroad company, or any of perfumery and toilet arlcle to receive lent provisions of this Act prevent the address of each signer .stated on said application bee United States and the Imperial Government duties of the office of .... in the NationalGuard

:i. common or other carrier to deliver intoxicating and possess alcohol use of licensed druggists, drug store and soda fountains shall be published in full at the applicant's of Germany, or such othe foreign of the United States and cf the State of

liquor wines or beer to any person ote bona fide latients of such hospital, or in wholesale and retail groceries or general expense in newspaper published in have enemy as at that time the States may Florida upon which I am about to enter, *e
., than consignee or addressee in pen the manufacturing of such medltnel or flavoring of preparation which is by the county for the space of two weeks before been at war with God."

such shipment or transportation as provided extracts or ad ar- store provisions any of the National Pure exempt Food the Board meets to hear the application. But See. 6. The foration of companies and of help See.me 2. That Section e? cf the GeneralStatutes

for in paragraph 2 in Section 6 hereof, and tloles. or for any common or other carrier Laws, and the sale of which does not requirethe if there is no newspaper published in the a battalion of Guards in its composition of of be, and the same is hereby amended
such common or other carrier and he. it or to ship or trnspor such liquor or alcoholfor of United States liquor dealer's county, then a copy of the application, with the fleets and non-commissioned officers shall conform
payment a follows
their agents are charged with knowledge of laid purpose to such druggist or hos signatures, and address of siroers aforesaid a near possible, to the of to read as : Organiia-
.. or manufacturer of medicine, or tax. But no druggist shall sell any such grain a I fOnltion See. 672. Armament. Discipline,
infantry of
plale. shall be t National
whether carriedby posted at the courthouse e Guard of Florida
shipments
any or transportation alcohol for pharmaceutical.scientific and in the Strength-The orgiflf1s-
or of or of except tioa and Organized
them contains intoxicating liquors, wines toilet utract. pelmpr State or medicna or wine for election district for a like period. Provided, provided, however, there shall not be more lion and armament and discipline the National
,i. beer and of whether the who countn purposs that said Board shall duly and fairly than the following. commissioned Inr
o person represents which have or may hereafte vote against sacramental and the same not consider ofcer Guard of Florida shad oe me -
purse Ihal each jr
j to such common or other carrier that the sale of intoxicating- liquors, wine or be sold by druggist for purposes ail competent evidence offered by remonst company an.the organized un- which is or may hereafter be prescribed '
he is the consignee addressee is in fact the beer that rants to petition for the der the terms Act: For each that now
or ; prvldP such consignee or ad except upon a written prescription ofa sai purpose of show company for the regular or volunteer armies m -
,. consignee or addressee of such shipment or ,, or its duly authorized agent regular licensed physician in actual ing that petition Jxs not contain a majority there shall be one captain, one first lieutenant -C
transportation, and of whether such addressee shall at the time of delivery to him of laid and not of habits prcic tote of the white voters and a majority and two second lieutenants, and, as a bat the United States. CommanderinCWSof -.1 -

or consignee has received by or through alcohol or liquor make an affidavit and d use of any intemperate drag, prescribing o the of the colored regstered voters of said dist talon organization, one major commanding (a) The Governor forces,of as the State, shall MV*

,; it or him not exceeding one quart of intoxicating liver to such common or other crie of nrcut, disease or malady for rict as set forth thertn, and all competent a staff of one adjutant with the rank of the military and i is hereby authorized to P&
such alcohol I first the
liquors or wines and not exceeding six or IQuor and evidence that may offered by the lieutenant and one with power
isatiOl'al
be which it is and how it is to be b applicant quaerate of we
will used for specified prescbe the cribe in orders the organization
rank of
in first
quarts of beer within the last purosel herin thereof. ; one and fore
or used the for whom 'uppor surgeon and
tli
mat he such manner
and shall In Bald person prescribed Guard of Flonda. in
name
; consecutive days, shall keep a pose of those specified herein for which same pur- the number of previous prescriptions See 1. That all laws or part of laws in con- one enant chaplain and each with the rank of first lieut as to make the said organization conform" "1

such shipments and transportations of such will be used and that I will be used for no given by such physician to such within herewith including Sections 1222, 1 and battalion; such non-commissioned staff as the the requirements for the organized pilitia s'
wine, beer malt, together p 124 are hereby repealed. commander may detail and
lquor or o or other purpose. the next preceding from the commis United States, ><. **
the
sion. des the laws of
date of delivery and the original ea o Se 4. This Act shall take
prescription, and stating Oat the same absolutely immediate to enw
(21 For any person for the use of himself efec that he shall have the power
receipt to It him or them by the consignee or for the use of his own family with necessary for medicine, and not to be ly upon its passage and ', Gy. The commanding ofc in each county shall divide purpose, annex, consolidate, disband orfUOM
such shipment which shall at all him. to personally transport rldlll own used a beverage, and that such physician ernor, or upon its becoming a law without te.ppro.al be the supreme the Guards and his department or V +
a re-organize corps
be open to inspection by the sheriff. home, or to to receive from of the Governor, orders and commands shall or any
time posses or any at the time such prescription was given, made be obeyed by all of the service so as to conform to any "'srization.
deputy sheriff and / or prosecuting attorney common or other carrier, shipped ton with a personal examination of such person, and Approved May S, 1911.CHAPER officers and enlisted men of the instruction or duapW* > .
drill
4- of the where such deliveries made. out the counties He orgniztion system,
county are or election that such person is known to such physiciannot shall also be reviewing officer be "* 3
1 Sec. 7. That any person, firm, club, association have or may hereafter yote against the ale to addicted to the use of alcoholic 7291-No. S3). mary court martial sentences. a which is now or may hereafter States for Pf-the er: -f- -
b the laws of the United
or corporation and / or the agent or of Intoxicating wine or beer. not AN ACT Sec. 7. Members by
thC
lquor lquo drug, and only one sale to Provide For the Appointment permanently, moving from and discipline ol A
agents employee or employees of either violating exceeding one Quar Intoxicating liquor lartc one such prescription, and and Recommissionmg of Officers the Retired the County shall be considered to have resign ganization, government that purpose. t"
.- or wine and ca militia and for
not exceeding sti quarts of beer o organized ;
any of the.provisions of this Act, stall or malt where said beer or malt does not such prescription shall be kept on file at all List and Reserve List of the ed, and, unless responsible for any funds and number of officers and non-commissionta **

upon conviction be fined not less than fifty contain more than five per centum of alcohol times by such druggists and open to the inspection Guard of Florida Without Xalona. property, and delinquent, they shall be dischar fleets of grade, in any organization. t* -

dolar nor more than five hundred dolar during any period of thirty consecutive of all State, County and MunicipalOfficers. Be It Enacted by the Legislature of the State ged by the commanding officer, and any vac or any may be increased or cmuished. '

imprisoned in the county jail davs. or for any common or other carrier to Such druggists shall register in a of Florida: ancy in the commissioned officers shall be partment. and the corps grade of such officer* or sos'

period of time not more than six months or hip or transport to any peson In nr County hook kept for that purpose al prescriptionsfrom Seton L When any person who is on the filled as in the manner prescribed for the commissioned officers may be altered to> v* .
i by both fine and imprisonment. or election precinct in this State which has physicians mentioned this Section, or reserve list of the National selection of officers pursuant to this Act such uniformity'
>
See. 8. That any indicment information, or may hereafter vote atralnet the ale of stating the name of the person for whim Guard of Florida shall be appointed or elect See 8. The commissions of officers shall extent necessary to secure the strength of n* T&
pre b In of
presentment or violation of Intoxlcatnl Iquor. wines or beer for the scribed, the date of the prescription, the name ed to office in the National Guard cf bear the date of actual appointment Officers ( ) time peace shall not exceed V ., :
National Guard Florida
k this Act need not negative the exceptions ptl"nal person or for the useof of the physician issuing the the it shall not be necessary such Forda of each grade shall take precedent cf
the member his prestptio fo according Of* enlisted and such number cf t1"
herein contained that the intoxicatingliquors of family residing with tn- men
or to the date of
.n. '! quantity cf alcohol and the ..hichprescnb. dergo a mental or professional examination before their rank, and whenever two under th'
hIm. not exceeding one quart of Intoxicating stoned officers as be required
wines
or beer was reived possessed liquor or wine and not exceeding six quart and such record shall at all times being commissioned; provided that no per of the same grade are of the tame date, their prescribed plan of may organization. This wr*** ._'

4: Ihlppe or in transported Section S hereof for but pur'es.c of beer or malt where said beer or malt doe open the same inspection as such pre son shall be cmmisione without such eamination precedence snail be determined by length of and such naval militia as is now cr ma]; Scrj
service,
ecep not contain more than five centum to in rank than continuous or otherwise, in said
per of alcohol stptions. was organ shaH. n me
after for law in
may be relied upon u a defense during any period of thirty .hal be lawful fo a druggist to len held by him while in active ization, and if of equal service, then by age. be provided by militiathis 3 r f

the burden of etblshng the same shall be upon the day con.eut. grain alchol for pharmaceutical, scientific and Se 2. Al laws and parts.erce". in con Officers who are re-appointed serving continuously peace State, constitute Provided the, only however organized That in cue *

_; pon, fr. crrtio claiming (S) For any priest or minister of any seliglous purposes or wine for .acrmeta wth provisions of this Act are hereby date in the same grade, shall rank from the war, insurrection: invasion, or eminent jl.fiffCf- *_
denomination or sect to receive and purposes by religions bodies, only rpaed. expressed in their oricinal' commission
'. Sec. t All intoxicating liquors, wines or posses wine, for sacramental or son not a minor and who is not of intemperate pe- See S This "c shall take effect to such grade. thereof, the Governor shall have the power now? -
.. beer carried possessed, for any common carrier or purose. to habits ly its immediate See 9. The increase this force beyond the maximum
.hipp tnspre carer, or addicted to the use of narcotic passaee and approval by the Gov regulations for the government the tai" .
and / counties or election ship or transport for laid purSt In) drg who shall at the time and place of such ernor or upon itS becoming a law without cf the National Guard of Florida shall be established by law, and to organize of t
precincts of this State which have or may priest or minister of any an affida-it in writing signed by such approval.Approved plicable to and shall govern the said Guards ap- with proper officers, as the exigencies
-., vote against the sale of such liquor Zion or subject service may require. -
let himself] before such or a May 25, 1317. to such revision as be j
wines or beer in violation of the provisions of (4) any person flrra or corporation pharmacist at the drggst in restee the commsn. in? officer, and may in made by (c) It shall be unlawful for any body *
this Act may be seized by the sheriff or to receive and posses alcohol to b used In so far as they men whatsoever, other than the rerulirl! organized -
ploy of such stating the quantity CHAPTER 7292-No. 34). are not inconsistent with the
chemical laboratories Constitution
for eclentlfle drgist of Sta
sheriff of the where such liquors land and naval militia of this
county purPe the
and the rime and United States of Florida
det or for any common or for vhat AN ACT to Provide For the and of this Act C
carried, possessed pul the of the United staten, Trtuliait
cre ote The troops
1 tspred ne and by whom such alcohol or wine Orpniufon. commanding officer shall
Ihip wines orb to ship, tsr ad del"e fo ad Equipment and Maintenance have the pow ganized County Guards, and the tni
-. and / Al lqnor p that affiant is not of intemperate habits er to make such rules and regulations S
to Prescribe
so seized shaL taken seizing poses a person fr or cto tse Guads to Its I'owe Duties be deemed as n-ay regularly chartered educational insntuoo"
to the of and
SeeS 1 This Act it.passage use any natic drug Regulations, to proper necessary for the
and by him kept in some secure place ed Provide Its Main- gov where military science is a prescribed Pv"-
,
and approval by the Governor or and that such alcohol or wine to be tenance, Its of ernment, guidance, regulation and discipline
Service
; until the same Is disposed of by law. Within upon its becoming a law without his ap used as a beverage or for purpose other ing the Ter.of the and Prescrib of the said Guards. the course of instruction, to associate Vf for

i twenty-four bean ae such seizure, the Kir- proval than stated in inch affidavit Such affidavit in ReJa Dte County Commissioners Sec. 10. The Guards may be called selves together as a miltary organization ,
officer shall the office of the Clerk $1 111?. Tnto. out for drill or parade in with fire-ara* to *
lug f I Approved May shaH b filed and preserved sack druggist. Whereas, duty by the sheriff of the county, public
b Te and people o the order of Circuit Judge of said or by the State, without special license froa the v"

county upon offer for each occasion; and application <



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ficenae* must be approved by the Mayor !all of the provisions of this Act, applicable and authorizing such agent or repret. pay of the Janitors of the House of Representative Everglades drainage tax certificates of lands by the ]
persons
fJl Board 0 Aldermen of the town or city thet shall be punished 1 provided in Sec- for and on behalf of such crr- shall b$per d1 nc The ear of theChaplain old for non-payment of it pen." the or corporation WhO '".
organization may propose to tin Chapter 81S6 of Laws of tion or association, to admit service process of te the House of prior to the year 1916, now tc-? day V.7 in same on o the .
d (For penalty for ulwuly partiti- Id a violation by any residet Iget Fod on him and agreeing th the service of Repreetye shall be $240 each for the ses Treasurer and the Board of Commissioners year for *'Apl the year following that
see Section or all of the provisions aJ ocess upon any suck aget representative Te of the Committee Uerk shall Everglades Drainage District o Collector assessment made, the
or 1
pitag dr ES shall t
i th lon
applicablesh py advertise
(d) staff corps and departments thereto, shall be punished in Sec- aill b 1 valid and binding upon the com $ from the date of certificate of Officers, in pursuance of smle ote S nds' by and sell such p. 11 t
consist of such number of officers 4 of prTde if madeupn appointment the chairman of the newspaper notice or by ia
: ahall ech ton Chapter 6166. of the Florida.p ny corporation or association, as t respective cordance with the Statute authorizing certificates the same manner U ptir. I
nj enlisted me a may b necessary to per- Se G The provisions of this Act shall not or Sret. or each mem cmmte on Legislative Expense to b issued in the name of the State for the sale of I for now themept law .1 ,
tea the relating t the leveral staffti ply life insurance companies or associa- or subscriber until ed session; provided that Treasure the said Board of which St ate and County lads non.paymen of i i
fZfft and department a Gle Hedcu tonl or their agents. Sec 6. Before issuing the certificate of authority R. W. Erwin clerk of the Group No. 7. and Ihal be held by the said Ofcer. or WIe but taxes as heei other. '
c o the lt of S ..TH'a11 laws or of laws in herein provided for, or any renewal the assistant t the Chief CI o the Hou ld Board or Officers, lubje Stte to redemption vi been sold for no the lands pieously I g
dept and other similar conflict t Act are Pa repealed. thecf. it shall be the duty of the State Treasurer be allowed $ per day; A. Cox, upon the paymet of amount of taxes Ul or assessment non.paymelt of suck ,
.notary tblmet te grades adO Appryed 3 1917 to fully investigate and examine the financial clerk t Group' and messenger to the House and costs ltted in the without tx certificates Ire and unredeemed t.
II I pcb responsibility of all cmpaie corporations of Reresettye and the clerk to the Com interest, for a period of crfcte.from the adYrised and outstanding for Ihal be a #
staff corps rSAPJERWo.. IS). or associations any lickand mitee 01 Fiance and Taxation in Group date of the passage and approval of this Act fch tax. but sld the i"
f the Regular Army. The Adjutant AN AC Regulating the Sale of Stock of In. benefit insurance m this State, and said 3. per day. 'l'h pay of the the certificates remaining on band and held lu year shall tam..or .1"lmet l each
General .ball b apinte by the Cyeor. Companies in this State, Forbidding Trure shall be fully atfe that the asset, retary of the Speaker of House of Representatives by the State Treasurer and Board or id seuent superior 1 a l upon ,
and the of of the cr the Pa 7men' of Commissions to Officer of investments and such shall be $per day. I aforesaid during the preceding Ofce ens.ld. the I dignity to a other 1 I
and department Iha b appointed by luch Company fo the Sale of Stock, and corporation or association fully cmpy.wt The Sct of Senate and the Chief thereafter lubje to redemption upon ) ta xes. except until p.d. The for State and CUt
Governor upon te redon of the Providing a Peat fo the Violation of the the requirement of this Act The State Trs Clerk of Representatives shall payment te amount of taxes and Board of ., I
Adjutant Gee i Chief of Provision of tl urer shall have the power at any time re- each be entitled to pay for fifteen day after teIdjoummet stated in certificate together with cst Wmm"s.lone7 advertisement may select the ne.lpp I .
St including officers of the Be I Enacted the Legislature the yoke such permit or certificate upon becoming of the Legislature at the rate per cent interest annum together which shall be such shall publlhed ,
SI $UbEStaOSS U meic de- Flrd 0 Stat ate that such corporation $6 per day to bring up the work of the loa with the taxes pr each yea tecl tot le gally be selected for a newspaper
cmpy. subsequent
ipon appointed h officer, agent other person or has made f regarding al, and the assistant secretary of the year for which the Ild. n otice of sale of State the publication of the f I'
nreviou mit expeet and shall selling, or negotiating stock in o any insurance the asset or inystmt. o that since and Issitt Chief Cek of the House shall valuation expressed in the certificate the Board shaH not select and County tlC i i
their untl bye reached company In this State shall receive either dirJ J mig such report o such assets be t pay fe days after the a basis of valuation, provided that the owner. lotlfJ the Collector of such lewlpape ad ,
the age of M year unless retired to that ectly or Indirectly more than ten cent of invetents or deposits h fe below adjoumet the rte aoread hal paid the taxes for any year subsequent to before the first day of suck sleon on o j
time by reason of resignation, dbit. or fo th fjSf-j01 any of faid itockN p the amount required by lw, ad pr9. experienced under such sale, on certification of which he shall ad venjsemen April any yea iii
cause to be determined bJ cr-ma Ycpldet secretary, pdet sions Revised Sttute t a Chapter 6U6. Laws of Frd.the Recording be allowed t furnish the State Treasurer or paper selected Ihal b tiublished in C ;j
Watty convened for that nc. o tu.any insurance Ford and other now I o here Secretary of the Seat the Clerk appointed the Clerk the Circuit Court with his pplication n ussioners for the BOd of Cont Corn. j
de among said officer shall be filled by appointment company shall participate er in the commissions enace affecting ilure companies by the Hous Resolution to inde for redcptof of said certificate of sale of State publication Id.eis ,
from the officers of the militia of received by any person aelling negotiating the or their Igenl shall companies House J Journals shall be tt to fifteen is provided a tax receipt or 1 thee ment be much a and County txe.i f it
this State. No person shall u appointed a* lale of any stock of any companies corrations association doing lick and days to complete the the Legislative ceipts or a certificate or certificate from r fo r advertising ihan newspaper be ud the '
chief officer of any staff corps or departmentwho eitbe directly or ile. funerl insurance in t State in 1 far Journals, such payment to be made Tax Collector of said cut showing the payment vi ded for the sale of the lame I those p. 4 ,
bad not held emms ia the Army or Sec. 2. Any person Violating the provisions I they do not conflict the provisionsthis however, only after the completion and delivery of the taxes land for any or The charges for the State and County we I
Navy of the Unt Stat the ConfederateStates of Section 1 of this Act shall be deemed guilty Ac of the copy of the indices to the Attorney all of the years subsequent to the year expressed other charges in publication thereof IU I
o in Orie of this Staten f misdemeanor and upon conviction be fined Sec. company, corporation or association General and after the Attorney Gen in the tax certificate and the Clerk of the taxes herein with
for let two yuLe ot less than $100 nor more than $500, in doing business under the provisions 01thI eral has approved the completed work a required of the Circuit Cour shall attach such receipt 1 b paid in the sajVBrtS
( a organization of each unit of the hos the discretion of the court to O Act shall pay annually t the State Treasurer by sid Chapter 6436 Laws of Forda or certificate to to the Comptole. J for any frt t. i 1
corps corp of engineers, signal corps, in the jail. !prmet for the privilege of transacting bule The Bill Secretary of the Senate Sec. 2. That repr ta d elinquent drainage a sale r any lands for

pit ifat. and coast artillery corps fli cut Al .ws and law in e in this State, $100 a license t ad Bill Clerk of the House of Representativesshall certificate under this Act to the clerk of the the year in which ties shill lot b. made 10 .
shall be as is now or may hereafter be par for each agent a license tax of $5 each eaeh have pay for tea days after the Circuit Court of the count* in which the land aueh lands are equired to be
sam here"
be prescribed for the Regular and Volunteer I bj rejSlei13 Ac ad C are county in which such agent shall solicit, with adjournment of the Legislature to completetheir are situated the Cerk shall enter the fact of year thereafter may be advertised and sold in 101

Armies the United States: Provided Tat Approved June 5, 1917.CHAPER a maximum of $2S, the payment of which shall unfinished work and to return their' such redemption the books and records due UpOn such until sold and thee shall be
time o peace the minimum number of else entitle the agent to solicit throughout the books and bills properly indexed, assorted and of his office, for which service the Clerk i cd It the rate drainage of taxes interest comput
I 0 fo a company or troops, and such '(No. 40). State and a fee of $5 for each annual statement lbeled. in convenient form fo reference to shall receive a fee of fifteen cents. n urn from the first eight per cctur pr an-
hospital filed Provided That life insurance of State payment to made Sec. That all laws and of law Inconsistent day of of
the cors. corps o Asignal N ACT to Provide ; companies ; b 3 parts 3 year in which sale Aprl fn
il
ee. such egne. Refusl to Testify a Penalt for Failure or receiving a certificate of authority in upon the certificate of the Secretary 0 State with the provisions of this Act b t to the first day of requie to b
fixed crs the President of the United of Any the Business acordance with the provisions of Section 2 of that such duty has bee same are hereby repealed. s ale Apr te year which
actual7
quested Insurne the Company, Whe So Ret is Act which shall have paid the license taxrequired The Seea of jrore the Bill Approved June 6, 1917. i That .
Stt 8. Section 882, of the General ]Be It Enacted State for such company for conducting Senate shall each receive Se 3 1913. Section lj of Chapter
S Tat the same I hereby amendedso of Florida by the Legislature of the State insurance i this SttIhaU not b rued twenty-five dollars for preparing the daily calendar CHAPTER 7304-No. 46.) i lme Ac is. hereby I.awa of Flord. be. and the

a* .read I follow: Section L to pay of the Senate, and the Chief Clerk of AN ACT to Add to the Internal Improvement llows: 1 I to red II !
Sec. 682. Qualfctonl Required for Commissions. { to Any peo wo shall refuse or Sec. S The provisions of this Act shall in the Hous of Representative and the assistant Fund Lands of the State of Section 12. On the 1
commissioned fai testil. t busine5'of any bona fide fraternal Chief Clerk of the of Florida.n day designated ,
. .- as ; no apply to any or HoU Rerelett.e Certain Lands and Accretions of sale at 11 o'clod 11 th
officers of the National Guard of Florida shall ]business in Cmpany. to transact secret society or lodge whic. tinder the supervision shall each receive $25. Bars and Banks in the Tidal Waters of the |C ollector A. Id.. thl
be elected from the following daises and shall Stake tate Stte when requested by the and authority grand calendar of the House of Representatives; Counties of This State; to Provide for the lands on Iha the commence the sale
and subscribe to the oath 0 office pres- SribedlaSeetion'71ofthiIAct ;; TJ Treasurer 2757. General w testify, I provided in or supreme lodge shall in good faith procure provided that the Engrossing and Enrolling Disposition of Same by the Trustees of the 'has not paid drainage l" or "sessmet?
Officer* or amended Sttute of Florda. a membership through the lodge system exclusively Secretaries of the Senate and the Engrossingand Internal Fund end 'ti nue the bee I aforesaid and hall con- .
by from
Chapter same
enlisted men of the National Guard, officer m ,g uilty of a of be and provide insurance to its membr Enrolling Clerks of the House 0 Rce late the Ua Improvement and of t Rc o f each parcel thereof day to day until 1 much .
the reserve retired and nnaiwigned list of the ,t thereof shall misdemeanr. and upon conviction ]Provided fure. That nothing ia senatiye and each assistant shall reye II Be Enacted by the Improvement of Sme. 'be sufficient the shall be sold I shall
Guardofficers active and sentenced to pay a fine of $100 shall affect and of life and per diem. I Stte topav drainage tax or
National Florida IS
o or in the th IttU rght dolll Ind
of the United rere. discretion of the to accident of the Senate .hall- ment cst chages thereon. and case
Cur. Imprs or riY Section L The
former ofcl Stt onment of not less than tht Secctr title to all bland sand j are no bidden the whole
Corps thiry may authorized to do the dollars for keeping; bars tract shall
Navy Unite than six months. hereatn shallow banks or small islands made by b bid off br the Tax Collector
State Military o Naval Academic Approved June 5. J this Stte unde the regular insurance law cording journal and proceedings of executive the prcel of dredging of the channel by thes' of the nternal Improvement for Fund the Tm.-
universitieswhere 197.CHAPER and
and of session.
of college hall
uate IChOI SUte States Government located in the be '
are taught under thesupervision See 9. Any cmpany. corporation or asso Sec. 3. The per diem and nlilcge of the dal waters of the counties in the State of 1 dn'wed laid Trustees during the
of lece of the Regular Army, 7299No. 41). cation. or or agent thereof, which members of the Senate and of Rep or similar of other sand bars 'prod herei like<> for the redemption of
the lI branches and staff corps AN ACT to Amend "Chapter B459 General or solicit any business resnttye and the per diem o the lee Forda. banks upon ilands. water is lad"* *** to the manner and with like effect
1d fo tea. civilian a* may be Statutes of Florida, being AN ACT to Define i in the State of Florida, which shall be within tare. and attaches of Selt ad not more than three feet deep at high tide S;State and State for o

qualified for duty therein; the pro- Sick and Funerl Benefit Insurance, Limit t the class of insurance herein defined a sick o of Representative hall pre and which are separated from the shore by a ,;I now provided County by taxes law Ire held b' the
eely this Act shall not apply to any per- Ae Prescribe of Rist to be Taken and to I funeral beet insurance, or shall reeive any in pay roll form, and those of the Sate .ha channel or chnnels. not less than five feet ]tr must offer all such lands; and, the Tax CoJe
ton hereafter appointed an officer of the National the on Which Sick and 1 p thercn. or compensation therefor, be approved by the President of Selte deep at sand bar and shallow land< shall be struck as i
Guard of Florida, unless be first shall Funel Benefit Cmpanies or Corporations without having complied with all the provisions and attested by the Secretary of the Senate along the she e of mainland in w ill pay costs of to. the person who
have successfully passed such tests as to his Engage in of Sick and of this Act shall, upon conviction thereof and tos of the Bo 0 RertY bank the title is not at Lc date. invested 1 P ortion ta land. ebarg for the let
nhvsieal.. moral and professional fitness as the Provide Funeral Benefit Insurance in This State: t be punished by fine of not over $500 or imprisonment Ihll by prior paries. is hereby invested In the 's old shall te from and te portion
president shall prescribe. The examination to Penalties for Violation Tef. 1 not exceeding one year, or both. Repreettive and attested by the Chief Tnate. Internal Improvement Fund o f such take southeast corner r
determine such qualifications for commissionshaU to Repeal Chapter *&*?_ Acts 19 Laws Sec. 10. This Act shall take effect immediately Houe of RerclUtye. end of the State te Florida to be held by the 'as near parcel as be described in a square form

." be of three commissioned of Forda"Be upon its passage and approval by the Governor the Comptroller shall h war- State of Florida, and disposed of as hereinafter See 4. mJ* Section 1J of
, appointed by the Secretary of b the Legislature of the State or when it shall become a law without want on the Treasurer for the tame. A s Ml Laws of Chanter M
.' War of Army o from the National ox Florida: ]his approval; Provide. IlwlJ that the provision See 4. The actual traveling expense of allmember. Sec.prTde Trustees shall have power 'C hapter 4957. Acts of Ford.I Ime
Rerla Section I
t Sick and Funeral Benefit of this apply as of the various visiting committeesshall of
Guard Insurance way to and convey the islands and submerged b e. and the lame Ford.
: See. 4. ,AllhawsandPrtsof1l50- : is hereby defined I any policy, contract I to abridge or deny the right or privilege of be prepared in pay roll form and certified sl hereby granted upon such prices and 'to read follows: i. hereby 1m a I

. llct with the provision of this Act be, and the or agreement whereby an individual company, any individual, or company, corporation or association to by the chairman of the committee o terms a they Ihal see fit, after giving notice Section I
(c corporation or association stipulates to by 16 \'l land I* bid off by the Tax .
publication in
same are hereby rele vide for pro a newspaper published I Collector :
the isure medical medIcine the Seat of the County in which such Trstee of the
App June I 17.CAPER i and atendance.by ick- i Cout ;p rOvetnent Fund tax cert.ficate.hanK ,
cused submerged lands are located not !issued b I
the
'(No. SB). nr5 or ijur. and expense of fune in case l less than once a week for four consecutive of sate! the Tax Collector a* of the date
AN1 ACT I. State Fire Insurance deth. money any of week in order that any persons who have :Internal In name of the Trustee of the !
Fund and Authorizing the Board of Comrninluloners the AU aforesaid( purposes in lieu of such Ices to such sale may have opportunity j is not redeemed Improvement Fund and if the laid I

of State Institutions to Insure AH h plice contracts and to b to present the same,' and if no objections i the date of such on or before two Je from I
Property of the State In Such Fund and or entered into for sick are filed within the said thirty days the i same shall certificate. the t th
Directing the State Treasurer to Keep a Rae tuneral Benefit insurance as herein defined, ESTABLISHED Trstees shall have luthort to consummate \tees without immediately the vest in the said Trs j
ord of All Marten Necessary Fo CarlO snail not be wten. made or entered into ex such sale. If ae filed the Trustees v ided in other issuing of any deed pro. I
cept as the cases. ind the certificates held
Provisions of Thi ; amount payable shall hear and consider the same and if 1 hy the
by the Legislature of the State tinder any sick and funeral benefit policy is- it shall appear that the sale of such islands i of lid the maid Trsttes shall be evidence of the 1
sued Trus
of Florida: by any company authorized to do business 1904H. and submerged lands and their ownership by i mil Te lid Trlte i
Section L Whenever any policy of insurancenow in this State shall be limited I follows: private persons would interfere with the nght i SWad convey the lands
in force on property of this State shall i cmpaic having a capital stock of $10,000 in- granted to riparian owners by the bet price obtainable theefor. provided I
expire such property shall not be remsuredin I vse I hereinafter nrovided may insure or Florida, or woud be a serious impediment to pnce shall not be less than the
an Insurance company or companies licen.. 0 any one life, policies, contract or navigation or public '.he. ah be the amount which SftUdr""JiLt txl upon Mid land I
sad to do business In this State, but the Stat Igcments. wherein the amount payable shall duty of the Trstee said t thereon hae bme and payable
Treasurer shall ascertain the amount of pro: IOt eceed 1100 funeral benefits. Companies lands from sle. pursuant t te pTaol of thu. Act

minma that would be required to insure such a cpit stock of $30,000 invested I Sec. S. It is expressly provided that noth. |Id.e provided bJ the furher. tat 10 lands shall
property fa such Insurance company or companies hereinafter may issue or assume on ing herein contained shall be so construed as notice Ild until!! four week.
i of the
be I any one life, policies, contracts or W. Clarke Hat to deprive said Trsters' intention to make
fo an amount sufficient to cre agreements Company any private riparian owner from i such sale shall been -
on such property a* a fire insurance wherein the amount payable shall not exceed bringing an injunction suit In equity against week ma hay published Olc cl
$3X1 funeral
the number of Jelr dede by the Board of I benefits. Companies having a such sale on the gold that he wood b i m which newspape lands published In Count
capital stock of $25,000 invested as hereinafter thereby deprived of lic. and I there

amount Commissioners not to Stte InltttolS.of Sid provided may issue or assume on any one life, 520 Main StreetJacksonville to him by law provided that such suit must i i such newspaper notice published shall be in such Count then .

value of the property. A fund Ibal be cared i policies, contract or agreements wherein the be commenced within JO days after the Trusi i n a published Iforesid
by the State Tresure a the amount payable shall not exceed $250, funeral tees shall have overruled the objection of ; nrwspaptr The p.ubllshed in. IacksnYIe
Fire Insurance This fund shall be benefit In no case shall a company author such owner to such proposed sale. ,Forda offered ste-e.i.lna/ Inc
credited with Fud of these renewalpremiums i ized under the provision of this Act have in Florida See 4. In case suit is brought by any private The deed of for said lnds

as each policy of insurance on State force to or in favor of any one person, policies, owner to enjoin such sale, it shall be i Trustees to by the
property expires, until this fund has been contracts or agreements for sick and funeral in the discretion of the Trustees to defend i ed sid by the said Trustees any such lands shall be sign. C
credited with an amount of $50,000.; when cred benefit insurance I herein defne. at any one such snit or to withdraw said lands from sale. 1 by them are I other deeds made

its of premiums to this fund shal cease efit.time aggregating more $2 ben HAT MANUFACTURERS AND RENOVATORS Sec. 5. In case any such islands or submerged ;grantee of such signed deed the fee shall simple vest in th
be fire on lands are sold by the estate
Should there time a
at any los Sec. 2. Trse ac i such free from all lien of
property of the State. the State Fire Insurance Any individual or cmpany. corporation cording to the provision of the ,e lnds. liens any character
the loss or association under the laws purchaser shall sight bulkhead a* may exist for State and
Fund shall be charged with so sus to i County taxes a
and the fund again be credited with of this or any other State or may transact and fl in same a* provided by Section 1290 thereon, and such deed shall b 4
;
tine the business of sick count We Make New HATS to YOUR orderat incontestable. The proceed of the
. on property of the State until saidStte funerl benefit of General Statutes of 19. without however insurance for the purpose of caring for being required applied by the lid a
Fire Insurance Fund in have ac the to the same with i tees in the of
the sum of $iO.shall its credit it sick or the burial of the dead, or both, in this Factory Prices the shore or with the permanent whar. ; or other payment obligations drainage taxes or lu
being the intention of this Act to. R State, upon compliance with the provisions of Sec. 6. All law and parts of con met iE'0-6. That 17 of sid <.
M possible at all times have JSO.Ono tn this Act. No individual company corporation flict with the provisions of this Act are hereby 1913.i Section of Chapter
thC Acs Florida amended
or assoeation
credit of this fund. Any funds in the orgni.ed under the laws of this New repealed. by 6957 as
Treasury not otherwise may be State shall business of sick and Panamas Made to Order-Old Ones Approved May 21, 1917. ,Cater Acts of 1915. Laws of Florida
same is,
I
funeral pe hereby
benefit insurance amended
the Board of Commissioners of State for the purpose of 1 as
used by to read follows
Institutions In replacing any property of the canng for the sick or burying the dead, or Cleaned and RenovatedForMen CHAPTER 7305-No. I :
destroyed by both in this State, unless such individual 4.AS Sec. 17.ny tax certificate issued under
be damaged
State that or
may company, corporation or association shall have or Women ACT to Amend Section 9 Capttr the provisions of this Act may
dre. a capital stock of of 1913. Laws of Florida by the owner of said b redeee 4
See. This Act shall talce effect upon its, at least $10,000 which shall 1.6. Act ; I lands
!and approval by the Governor, or be fully paid up in cash before any such business 11 645C. Acts of 1913 laws of I cerifcate. or any person caiminl' to be the
passage shall be done; Provided always, That life Florida, as Amended by Chapter Acts I owe or his
upon its becoming a law without such ap insurance companies organized under the laws Send Your Old Hats to the Oldest Hatters in the South. of 1915. Laws of Florida; Section 1 8.Cap Paying to the Clerk of the Circuit Court, for by
proval. of this State which have qualified and ter 6436. Acts of 1913. Laws the County wherein such lands
obtained lie
Approved May 2!. 1917.CAPER a certificate to do life insurance business in Hats Cleaned, Blocked and Remodeled to Slit Sections 15 and 1 of Chapter 6456, Acts of i before two years from the date may of such on cer or

7295-No 37). this State shall receive a certificate toil 1113 Taws of Flor.a. a Amended by Cap tificate the amount of the drainage tax due
0 sick and funeral benefit insurance in FREE ter 67, Acts Laws of Florida I thereon for such year and all costs and charge
AN ACT Relating to the Liability of rtr ons.I this State in accordance with the provisions SEND FOR CATALOG Section !0 of Chapter 6436, Acts of 1913 as shown by said certificates and interest on

Companies. Corporations Co-parerhips.I[ of this statute without further qualifying. Laws of Forida. Ielatinl to the Creation; said amounts from the first day of April
pre
Associations. Fraternal 1 Sec. of of the State ceding such ale
Beneft 3. No such individual company corporation at the rate of two
Othus Executing Life, Aeedent. Cas or association organized under the of Florida. Defining its Boundaries and Pre- centum per month for the first year and there per
or Other Insurance Contrct,. Laws of this State shall in sick and cnbmp It Powers, and Authorizing the after eight per centum per annum,
together
engine
Be It Enacted by the Legislature of the Stateof 1 f'ineral benefit insurance in this State heretofore chartered authorized and legislative expenses of either house respec Lew and Collection of Taxes and Assessment with all aubsequent omitted taxes or
Florida: unless it shall obtain certificate of licensed and now doing business in this State tively and the Comptroller shall issue his warrant Upon the I-ands in Said District For meats imposed under authority of this assess
Section 1. That.upon the rendition of a 1 from the State Treasurer a which certificate authontv under Chapter :.r 9. Acts of 1M9. and 5222, Actsof for the same. the Purpose of Drainage and due and payable thereon In the Act

judgment or decree by any of the courts of thi' must be renewed annually on the first of each 1>A with a paid up capital or assets, See 5. That all expenses of the Senate ..nd the Said lands and Carrying Recaiminl Efec certificate is not redeemed as herein event provided any
. State against any rerson. company. corprton. thereafter and before obtaining such amounting to Sj.wO to continue to do insurance of Kcpresentatues shall be paid on the Provisions of Said Act for, the holder thereof may apply to the Clerk
co-partnership association, frteral bene year of authority or the annual renewal certificate but such individual company corpora- voucher approved bv the Chairman of the Pe It Fnacted by the Legislature of the State of said Circuit Court for a deed to said lands
societies or others in favor of the beneficiary thereof, such tion or association shal not issue or have in Committee on Legislative Expenses of the of Florida1: described '" said certificate. The said
Clerk
or beneficiaries under any policy or con nr association individual company h corporation force on, or in any one person policies Senate or House of Representatives, a the Section 1. That Section 9 of Chapter 64"6 L shall thereupon cause to be published the
annually to the at
tract of insurance executed by such person I, State Treasurer a statement under oath bv the contracts or agreements for sick and fun case may be, and the Comptroller shall audit A.ts of l91Laws of Florda. be, and tb Came expense of such applicant in a
newspaper
published -
company corporation. co-partnershjp, or associatioa. President or Vice-President and Manager of eral benefit insurance as herein defined at any the same and issue his warrant or warrants < is, hereby a to read a i in said County once each week for
there shall be adjudged or decreedagainst I 1 the corporation one time aggregating more than $100. for the same.Approved follows: four weeks a notice of such application for 4
a showing.
such person company corrtin. copartership .company and shall fully satisfy or 'ocatinn. State- Provided further that should such individual June 1. 1917. Section. 9. It shal he the duty of the Tax: : deed to said lands and of his intention to execute a- 45

or association, and fvor the: Treasurer, that such company corporation or association increase. As e beneficiary or beneficiaries said 1 poration or association individual is company of in cor- its capital stock or assets to the amounts herein CHAPTER 7302-OTo. 44). braced in whole or in part within said district I. owner of said lands, or any one claiming the
possessed cash .
policy or contract of insurnce. a reasonable or has actually invested at least $10,000 in stated then it may issue or have in forceon AN AC to I'rovide for the Levy of Taxes to receive such list and he shall enter ownership tberof, or his agent or attorney, -
sum fees compensation for hi=. her of unincumbered or in favor of. any one person policies, for and 191S. upon the tax roll of the county of which he may redeem such certificate by paving *
[ mortgages on to said
improved real
their 1 attorneys o or solicitors prosecuting the! estate in the State of Florida worth double the contracts or agreements proportionately in Be I Enacted by the Legislature of the State is the Tax Assessor the tax or assessment! Clerk the amount due for unpaid drainage

suit In which the recovery is had. amount loaned thereon inclusive! of buildings amounts I provided in the provisions of this Florida: shlW by said list to be assessed by this Ac: taxes, charges and costs, and interest as aforesaid -
See 2. That the amount to be recovered for thereon. or in United State. or Act Section L That for the purpose of securing such year against the lands described : i and the publisher's charge for said
les compensation for attorneys and solicitors Municipal bonds at their State.market value Count an equal and uniform rate of taxation and said list: such ta or assessment Iha be entered I. notice'. but '' at the expiration of the time
agains such person, company, corporation invested above provided and $5.000 .0. CHAPTER '(No. 42). to pay the appropriation for the current expenses :- upon the tax roll in a column i fixed m said notice for the making of the

fraternal benefit societies I. invested I improved real estate used or and more occupied AN ACT to Amend An Act Entitled "An Act of the State for the years 1917 and unde the head of "Drinage Taxes" oppo- deed, such certificate is not redeemed as aforejaid. .
or association, as provided In the foregoing by such to Provide for the Organization and Management 191S, and for the interest on the bnde debt: site the name of person or persons or the Clerk shall execute a deed to the
or association -
lection shall be ascertained and fixed by the in connection company corratio.business and of Mutual Fire Insurance Associations -for said years, and paving apprprl. corporation owning such land or their or Its i holder of said certificate for the lands therein

cur In chance cases or a jury in cmmon' shall otherwise comply with the ," approved June 1, 1915. tions by the Lgislature there shall ; l legal representative. if has been returned -, described. Such deed shall be In'suottantially
lw frm testimony adduced hereof. provisions Be It Enacted by the Legislature of the Stateof upon the rel property of the: by such owner or legal representative! the same form as now prescribed for tax deeds,
aco. shall be included in the judgment Sec. 4. No corporation Florida: different counties fo the year 1917 a t of; of such owner for State and County taxes, or and shall vest in the grantee the fee simple
or dee rendered in such cases organized cmpany.the laws of or association Section L That Section 13 of An Act entitled five mills upon the dola. and for year in case such land has not bre rere by the title to said lands therein described free from

I Al laws and pars in conflict State or not of unde State. shall any othe "An Act to Provide for the Organizationand 1918 a tax of five upon the dola and owner thereof or his or rtpret air liens except for the State and County taxes.
and the engage there shall also be levied for each tive for State and County taxes Before being entitled
provisions Act be business of sick and funeral benefit insurancein Management of Mutual Fire Insurance year the opposite to receive such deed
aame hereby repealed. Associations," approved June be and 1917 and 1913 a Constitutional School Tax the word "Unknown" In the manner the grantee named therein, or his
agent or
this State unless it 0 attorney. -
Ir obtain certificate po
Sec. 4 That this Act shall become effective of authority from Ihal State Treasurer a the same hereby amended 1 1 1 1 t red I one null upon the dollar: Prvde that I | vided by law for making tip the tax roll shall pay to the Clerk of said Court
upon passage and approval t>y the Governor which certificate must be renewed : i the Gveror shall disy. aggregate i. State and County tat. The tax or assessment I- all fees and charge, that are now required to
annually, on folo ;
or a law without his approval. the first of each obtaining No such corporation shall issue ascment of property of the State levied by Act shall constitute a i be paid upon the application for a tax deed
beminl and before
such year thereafer. "S. 1 policy for a cash premium and and from othe sources of reoe the reduction lien upon the lands so assessed a of the frt t in cases where land have been sold for unpaid
17.CHAPER luthort. such company of of either or said day of of each which State and
without liability until and ta bth years i January year County taxes. Whenever any tax
corporation continget uln
72%-(No. IS). the or possesses surplus of at least $100,000 will be jutied he is authorized ti areduce tntrt aforesaid are made in said tax rolls certificate Is returned or deed issued thereon,
.to State of their articles Id
Treasurn copy low he deem advisable t. lien shall be superior in the Clerk
may dignity to i shall
AV ACT Insurance Companies or of and Ins in amount than the capital required ofdomestic I 1 enter such fact in the book
or a statement
and he hereby instruct all other liens said lands and in
empowered hereinbefore
I- npo equal i required be
fire to kept by him
rtock ; t
Associations and Bonding Companies under the oath of President insurance companies op-
Lw.fulJ annualJ. the and direct the Tax Collectors : dignity to the lien for Mate and taxes i posite the number of such
that such t cle Count certificate and
Doing Business in the State of and Manager of the provided however any cr. ,
Forda ce.Presldlnt cmpanJ. and under only such reduced taxes I he may i upon said land. The Tax attach shall enter the date when redeemed
Their organized operating f I or the
or Permitting corporation or association showing 4
Reuestinl poraton. to said tax roll for the 1913 and subsequent date when deed
aforesaid year
was executed
and
of insurance coveringproperty by whom
issue
in Divide or Offer to Divide fully satisfy the State Treasurer that such policies
of of county or See Z The Board of County Commissioners I. years a special warrant to the Tax Collector I. redeemed or to whom deeded, and the amount
Their Commissions As Allowed by company corporation or association is ossess- ti Stte. or without any contingent of every county immediately after the assessment I. of such County for the collection of said paid on such redemption. If the certificate f i
This Act; Forbidding Resident Altt. From ed of and has actually invested at least $50,000 municipality Stte of the has been reviewed drainage and
when such of insurance con- county and; ta slcb special warrant shall I so redeemed Is held by the aid Trustee*, the
Dividing or Offering to Divide Commissions in mortgages on unincumbered improved real liabit ple State such equalized shall ascertain and determine the: be signed by the Tax Assessor and b the Clerk shall transmit to such Trustees the
Except As Allowed by This Act and I estate worth double the provision or any
amount loaned the amount of money to raised taxation fo reach of the Tax Collector for the amount paid the
This county or municipality insured under it may b b althort cle- on redemption of such certificate. -
Fixing Penalties for the Violations of i inclusive of buildings thereon. United Mid Such
State. taxes. warrant .
authorized and said
not in the profits of such county ful. tie ae beeb b Trustees shall forward to
State County or Municipal bonds at participate crrton.
Ac t tax five i substantially in the following form: the Clerk said certificate for
cancellation. If
Ie Fnacted by the Legislature of the Stateof marl t value and shall have deposited with the 1917. mills upon the dollar on the real and penal I "Special Warrant for Collection of Drainage such certificate is held by an Individual or
Florida: Treasurer $5,000 in cash United States May 2 property assessed for taxes lo the general I Taxes State of Florida, to...Tax Collector corporation the said Clerk shall inch
Section 1. No insurance or bonding company or State bonds or securities to be satisfactoryto purses of the county and to meet the ordinary :I- of the County of ...: You are hereby cost i.minded received for the redemption of pay such certificate sum
-
or association authorized to transact said Treasurer at their market value and CHAPTER 7-No. 43) ad necessary expenses and to collect out of the real estate against t to the holder thereof, his
business in this State. shall request or permit t shall otherwise comply with the provisions of AN ACT to Fix Pay of Members Officers an ordia expenditures of a general a natue ex.: which drainage taxes are assessed and set!' *'. upon the delivery of such agent certificate or attor"I to-
any one acting as its agent, and residing inthI this Ac Attaches of the Legislature of A D. county; and t levy a of not to exceed forth in this roll, and from the persons the Clerk who shall cancel the No
t o same.
State. to divide or offer to diTde. directly In addition to the foregoing requireanents. and Certain Expenses of the Lslatre two mills the Forfeiture corporations named therein against whose: such tax deds and no such deeds given by f I
or indirectly the to or before receiving such certificate, or any Be I Enacted by the Lgslature Fund; and to levy a tax of an IOt to exceed I lands drainage taxes are 15esed. the dish the Trustees shall be set aside or deemed to ni
received by any such agent with any other. renewal thereof all such companies corpora- Florida: eight mills for the of constructing r. tat tax set down in said roll opposite each i be ineffectual to convey title because of
agent or broker or other not a resident tions, or association, whether incorporated or Section L That the pay of the members of reconstctng. purpose repairing the name Mrnration. or parcel of land therein defect of description of the premises In any the

of this State. except as provided in Section ornie under the laws of this or any other the present Legislature convened April 3, 11. and ferries in sucn eouaty;! d slhed, case such drinag tax I Is tax rolls or co cctor's warrant or advertisement -
S of this Act cunt. shall, before commencing shall be per diem of $S per day in and t levy a t of not less than three mills, on or before the April of sale or certificate of tale
Sec. 2. No agent acting fo any Insurance business on or before the first the mileage allowed by the Constitution of the nor more than seven mills for county school I next, von are to collect the same by 1" !I deed or other document, notice or or ore-tax x
or bonding company, or assoiaton. and residing day of March of each year thereafter, furishtle State of Florida at ten cents per mile each purses: and to lexy a tax of not more than i sale of the lands so assessed; and Is scribed herein, provided the description paper given
this State shall divde ofe to divide. State Treasurer with a statement under mll to pay the indebtedness of the; collected for drainage e tares you are to pay to is sufficient to describe the premise with
directly or indirectly cmmisio due to of the President Vice-President and Man- way.Se 2. That the pay.of the Secretary of the count ad the interest tee and to levy the Board of Cemmilione of EvergladesDFinae reasonable certainty, nor because of de
or received by said agent agent ager of the cmpany. showing such detit and the Chief Clerk of the House of of not more than of one I feet in the form or execution of the tax any roD
or broker or other person, not a rsidet of exhibit of the condition and Representatives and of all clerks elected by for the encouragement and protection of sgr m "Given under my hand and seal this... or collector* warrant or advertisement of 4
this State except I provided In Section 3 of company I the State Treasurer shall reason the Senate and House of Repreettye. and culture Provided. Tt nothing in this Act:t day of ..A. D. 19... sale or certificate of ale or tax deed or other
this Act. ably prescribe. The State Treasurer shall cause the official stenographers Seate an the shall b cnte t prohibit any "Assc< of Taxt..Cont.. notice, document or *per prescribed herein
Sec. 1 The provisions of this Act shall not i to be preprd. and shall furnish t each in- House o Represnttive. including of. wishing hous or a cunt fom i Such warant shall remain tntl I or because of any failure to publish or post
prevent a diysio of commissions t"r surnce crrtf or ascato. ficial ItenogEhe serving Judiciary Committees levying the amount of special txe jl Ml the drainage taxes shown in said rl the notice cf sale or the notice of application
licensed ridet agent and non-resident printed forms of cf the Senate and House of lowed by law lo to to prohibit be assessed shall be collected. for tax deed or notice of expiation of redemption
agents or brokers wbe the property insured I statement shall be filed in the office of the Representatives shall be $6. per day each. The the levying any Special Tax District:t Sec. 1 Tat Section 10 of Chapter WS. period, or, provided *t let one
is in this State 01e by a nonresidentof State Treasurer and if such company. corporI pay of all Committee Oek authorized by the taxes authorized or a tax fo interest and i Acts of 1!: of Florida as ta publication or posting of the notice of suck
this State. and wbe insurance on side I ation or association is a non.rldet of the Senate or the House Repretys snarl sinking fund for bonds or taxes authorized Capte 1$Acts of 1915, Laws of Forda. application or notice of expiration of redemp.
is procured and placed by saM non State of Forda. it shall be accompanied withi be $3. per diem. The of tbeSeate by any general or special law. lme is, hereby amended s I hon period shall have been made, became of
Idet Igt or bre. And the provisionsof wte unde the and the Representatives and Approved June 7, 1917. read as : any failure to mail or deliver either of said
this shall a division ofcommissions company corporation or alton. signed by Assistant when epoJe See. 10. Al drainage taxes or ISelmet notices to tie owner or the person last payiag
between licensed resident agents the President i and Companyor shall receive a HJ $6. The CHAPER 730J-No. levied by Act shall be payable fn taxes thereon, or because toe tugs were w-
of bonding companies or association and nonresident by its Manager and agreeing o the part Messenger of and the Hous ofRepresentatives AN ACT Proyde For and Relating the Monday In November of the year for whitif messed, extended or sold without giving the

agents or broken when a bond is pro- of said company, corporation o lsiatof o p day ec n Redemption Drnag Tax CertificatesNow the same are assele. and the Tax Cleo correct name or any name of the owsxr if
cored and written by said non-resident agent ec subscriber of the company aloto pay of the doorkeeper of ad Held by for the No.PaJ- al collect lme on or before firIs the premise, or because ef any other matter
or broker and countersigned by said licensed service of process in any ev1 House of Representatives shall be $per day ment of Tae and the Duties of Stte an I of April following. The Tax or thing whether hereinaboveysy c

resident agent provided t official corporation against such company, crrtO assoda- each The pay of the Pages o the Seate and Cut Ocal in Connection Tereth authorized to receive drainage taxes and lane enumerated or not save and except that IM r-
association property o person bonded I tion, each subscriber cor Hous of Representatives b$4 per day b the Legislature te 6 therefor without requlrnl the premiM* sold were not liable to the tax or i
in this State. or association may be cmpy. any ech T pay of the Janitor the Sate of Florida: reeps other taxes at the pant that the tax thereon had been paid M ts
Sec. i That the violation by any Insulc pro. agent or representative of the com- $per day. and he shall So L That a certificates of land told such drainage taxes. If such tx letof date of sale. If any tax deed or deed by

-.: e bonding Clfle o association of ay I paay corporation or associaion in this State sum of $extra fo help and overtime. The te 10n-pret of drainage taxes and not b paid o any parcel o parcels land the Trustee be Invalid fr either .< U (M

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_I kit re the Board of Commissioner Officer and Agent Thereof; t Provide for "Section 9. Squirrels; Open and Closed Be It Enacted b the "
of Drainage District Legislature of the Stateof sale for sale ""
o the the Levying Tue Upon Property in Season to.-Any person who ) or shipment or delivery or shipment person, J
Tre u the case may be, ahl on appl- Drainage Authorizing the Is injure, a Iha P1ue llord of tomatoes except of the ltndard 2c for -,,
Sad capture
l c therefor refund to the pa. O of Bnds Distc Drainage Districts possession kll destroy squirrel or in Statutes of t Section 1241 of the General :measure beei specified, shall b manufactured and be ffJSfaSS b7 ssa
the
or of
the Jind gray Florida be amended
up to 114 0 Jdl ; and Cii, t Said Drainage Dis squirrel except on and from November 20th to read as Stt.: or horse rider; Soc for .in.P8** CE
1 t Tratc and Full Acquire Such Lands in each See Every crate or basket used for the arid for each te1
t 4
to the following Section
tc March 1241. 5ddito-
lat Standards
yea of # =
4 Urn the Utt taxes received Property May Necessary and who pursue, injure or Measures. Weights and delivery of tomatoes shall be of theI'lorda for a.S
with interest at six Proper for Its L b capture or destroy -The following standards of weighs standard measure above additional
I Ceo p P. any squre at any time in any public or and measures shall be the a proided dPR.affFS3BSSj5SS5S
deeds standard of
AU
p anum tax and Be It Enacted of the Stateof shall be guilty of a and weights person shall use any crate or baske driver
Issued b te Trlt pursuant to this Act Florida: and on conviction shift mi.demeor. mesurC throughout the State of Florida: such sale, shipment or delivr except the

_ i I shall be ) a heb de prima facie Section 1. That Section of not more than b punlhe by a fine solid inches.standard liquid gallon shall contain 231 same be of such standad measure This

_____ : f evidence of regularity proceedingsI Ac of the Legislature ", Cpt M that any person Dollr.: Provided The shall not apply to local persons, en in or each addrjonal 54

_ _I : from the date of.the first meeting ol the Board U1 be and the same is hereby amendedso sea from the and may depredations fremi. weight and measure* shall b in growers of tomatoes, or shipments within the and stock cattle pa"enger 20c ; boon dri,,

of Commissioners of Everglades Crainage District I to read as follows: or other ravge. at any time, in 0 as folow.: State Any person violating any of the pro ever, to be under full peehead, the
#4 f at which it prepared fO each County a Where the set out in "the See. 4. That Section 26 of any way Whet per bushel 6 Cor shelled, per of this Act shall be deemed guilty ofa Vera to prevent eontrci o
4
4 I list of the land lying therein and embracedin plan reclamation" work drainage district of 1915 be amended Chapter 6969, Acts ; Cora on cob shucks 70; Sorgh- misdemeanor and upon conviction thereof aithin a walk stampeding and ktpii

I said drainage d-itnct, to the date of the is found insufficient any to reclaim in "Section 26. For the so a to read A follows: um seed per bushel 56; Barley seed, per shall be punished by a fine not exceeding $100. driving shall on the bridge and no ,
of bushel escccij
purpose Oats
or deeds inclusive, and be whole in the carrying out 4 per bushel 33; Bra per or by imprisonment in the not also be o in
c dee lhl 1 I or part any or all of the lands of provisions of this Act, immediately after its bushel Corn Meal count jail crossed late in
_ in evidence in any cu the district the board of supervisors shal have passage and approval there shall be shelled, bushel per bushel 48i; exceeding 30 days, or by fine and m the mormng ,t the eriiJig
this State without appointed per 60; Beans, velvet such a
hulls
regard to date in
hour
the :imprisonmentSec. prescribed
( ee. right formulate new or 1m planscontaining in and for each County in the bushel by the
State 78
t
and no defense shall be permitted b the per ; Beans, per All and of laws in conflict toll bnide agent or
; ton new c&nals ditches levees or other Governor, upon the recommendation ) bushel 43 castorsheled 5 la1's parts .r
_ I the two defense list hereinabovementioned and additional assessments may Board of County Commissioners of the ; Millet seed bushe ; Beggar the provisions of this Act be and to interlere a-jIb Causeway or bnid of
works b fit and weed the
and the defense that no in with a com leed per bushel 62; Irlh potatoes, per the hereby day
conformity the petent resident same are Owner or
noc mde provisions person of the bushel repealed Owners of
of application for the tax deed or of county, a Sweet potatoes, bushel &6 See This effect October such toll
te e. Seton 13, the same to be made in propor game warden. The term of cunt ; 6 Act shal aay or bridges p.iJ
piration of the period of Turnips per bushel 54; Unions, bushel may ::
per .
: or ,
i, the increased benefits accruing to the game warden shall excu-
t be two 56 Salt. 1 rate lower
any time either posted or rep mae lands because of the additional works. If it the game warden first appointed yea except that 22; Chufas per bushe GO; I'canut per bushel Approved June 5, 1917. isle of pnce than the
I under ; hereinbefre
this ,
or delivered the owner or person last should bushe ; Rye, per bushel Sec. 2.
t pl be found at any time the amountof Act shall hold office until Tuesday ib That the
tht Apples
after ; ,
said
l' taxes1 the per bushel 24; Apples, CHAPTER 7317-No. 59). shall kailrd
teen total levied under of first have
Monday in and
Sec. Section of Chapter C4H, ta te provison. Januar 1919, or until his suc green, per bushel 48; Quinces, bushel 48 exercise all th
per
8 Tat 2 Seton 17 t>r that the funds the cessor is i'eaches ; "AN ACT to Authorize the Trustees of the ing the enforcement
; Acts Laws of I10rida be, and the sle bonds under the provisions of Section 1913, and every ad qualfe That in November petbushel, dried 64, per bushel 24; Peaches green Internal Improvement Fund of the State of reguLations made rf itS ordes ,j
thereafter under
-: : same is, hereby to read A 41 are insufficient to pay the cost of works game warden be appointed yeas in a Cotton seed ; Cotton seed, per bushel S2; Florida to Sell all the Timber in Lake Act. which it has the prossno
follows: in of reclamation shal and for Sea Island, per bushel Plums, Ocheesee Known the Government PUts the or may by law
set out "the plan the each 4 on enforcement e
county State *
the bushel
4 Section The bonds to be issued by au by Governor upon per 40; Pears, bushel Guavas of its orders
% bard of supervisors may make additona the recommendation of the Board of per 54. per ; a Cypres Lake, in Jackson County, Flor bations respecting rules
this Act shall be in bushe railrcai
_I tort denomna. levy to provide funds to complete te 1'ork Commissioner whose term of office Cunty It shall be ida. Sec. 3. This Act shall
thousand dollars 2 unlawful for take
one or dealer
the State
and in addition thereto ten per said years. Any warden any Whereas, All the aters within upon Its effeby
+ denominations but not less tan one hundred total amount for emergencies cent. i theirjudgment ded or removed game from office by may the be suspen- otherwise to offer for sale, barter, exchange,. or i of Florida belong to the State under its sovereign ernor or upon passage it. and slip,054 by t
Governor dispose of ,
the said Board any of the beCtiiii1r
dola may deerie it seems best may issue bonds for neglect of duty modities different com- rights: and the ,
shall ba interest at a t b the of said additiona for constitutional or incompetenc as well as named the in Section one of this Act, Whereas There arc large quantities of timber "V SVaV'Xi;overnor,

: fixed by sid Boad not exceeding li pe levy. I it should be found at Sec. 5. All Cuses.or part of laws in except corporation by pound, and any person, fr or 1 in Lake Ocheesee known on the Govern .

; cent per annum which interest shall pay that plan of adopted requires herewith are hereby conflict guilty of a misdemeanor.violating this section be :ment plats a Cypress Lake in Jackson County, CHAPTER
; able semi-annually in gold coin or its repealed
euiv. modification by widening, lowering or Sec. This Act Florida; andWhereas AN
lent in lawful roomer of the Unite Stt deepening the or ditches, or 6 or effective upon See 3. All laws and parts of laws in con Under existing law no one has ACT to .Amend Section
upon Statutes
the omce ot tne state we ca. approva becoming a law without ap- with the provisions of this Act of State of j g
Stte widening or raising the levee or provL the be and ;authority to sell or of said timber; and F] 'rid
; L of Florida, or if the said Board shall demit enlarging or improving the other works Approved June 5, 1917.CHAPER Sec.same 4. are hereby repealed \\ hereas, It is di.pse bet interest of the ing Chap. 6895 of Acts of
This
to
epdet at the office of said State authorized by the plan of reclamationor Act shal effect upon its :State that said timber be sold so that the Rates tte Allowance ci Free

: such othe place shall be the construction of additional Cnal., 7313 passage and the Governor. people of the State may have the benefit of Tiers. of Transportatjo by o
the at the option of -(No. 54). Approved May 1917.
designated by
ld Board ditches or levees, and that amount AN ACT to 1 i the same; therefore. Be It P- ..,-J i._ 11,
; the bolder the place being specified tax levied under the provisions of Sec. Amend Chapter 6941 of the Laws Be It Enacted by the Legislature ol the atae
in the said bonds and in the coupons tot 17, or that the funds derived from the of Florda 1915, and .he Title Thereof, the AN CHAPTER 7315-No. 6.). of Florida: of Florida: a1a4turt of ti 5

attached thereto. The principal of said bonds sale of bonds under the provision of Section A Act Entitled, "An Act to ACT Creating a Marketing Bureau of Section L That the Trustee of the Internal Section L That See, 20 of

lh b made paybl to bearer f gold coin 41, are not sufficient to carry out the plan of Provide for Examination, Licensing and of the State of Florida, and Creating the Office Improvement Fund of the State of Florida 50.95 of State of Fbi-i,5 a amesdj Cener Srtes
Registration State of
". lawful mO of tieUnited reclamation with such the Board of Persons Engaged or Engag- Marketing Commissioner." are hereby to sell all the timber Acts of IJ'J9, the b
,. State at inch moifcton. ing in the BUlinC or Work of Whereas There is a world-wide authored allowance, of free Uft reiadn1
p 0 te o dt of Supervisors may it in the office Plumbing Inltall of the necessities shortage in Lake Ochesee on the Government pOrtation or redued rsle ,
not exceeding try of the clerk of the court organizing Mid vision Iouse Drainage, and of life; and plats as Cypress Lake in Jackson County, as to of common Carriers bc
issuing the ae I t said Board shall 'e district praying the Court'* to and Inspection of Plumbing and Wherea There is an immense waste and Florida, to the best interest of the Stte. read foblos am
pri.sion Drainage between I3.
tine, m the discretion change the plan of reclamation the in of Towns of This State producer and consumer; and Sec. 2. This Act shall take soon IThen Free or Reduced
Boad that at any time after three Having a Population of Whereas, Ibe grower, by is unable efect a bowed ; Penalty for % Rite a,
b pvde Court to appoint cmmissioe u provided 1.0 Inhabitt hImself it becomes a Law iobatjonsNo
More o to best
tt inch date a fed by the said Bod for tinder the I 11, to According to the solve this problem; a Approved June 5, 1917. Chapter contained shall

(y the said bonds may b rdeemed at the the land that shall be fo 1910, or Any Subsequent Federa Census, and Whereas, The Florida gowe pay a special earner subject thereto prevent from y
appraia tke
Parts
of the said Board or the successors in office, luch enlarged or improved work ad assess of Counties of and Impos ta known I the stamp tax; there CHAPTER '(Xo. 60). passage or free ticket, to it, gyss
big Penalties fore own ow
such redemption in the mlne the benefits and all lands for Violation of This Act" and employees (
including
t b damages to any or AN ACT to the Construction
Be Be Encourage pension
ac in this I the right ( be public highways, railroads or other property I Fkrida Enacted b)the Legislature of the State I Enacted Florida by the Legislature cf the State Maintenance by Common Carriers of Rail- leave employees, and persons tiiVChig

rCe t redeem te laid bond before district by the proposed amendment : : way Trestles and Bridges for the Public employment of scb Ia sc ,
mtt shal be proide in each bond and changes to the plan of No Seon 1. That Chapter 6344. Law of Section 1. The department of a marketing Transportation of Passengers and Freightand and their immediate families
r it called for redemption remton the title thereof Ford bureau of the State of Florida them; and to depe,41
ilued i aha tice of the filing of be 11 b.and the lme is hereby established the Establishment Maintenance and its Physicia05 e-
before notice thereof in suc amended, so that and shall be known and to its salaried mud
matt given and a hearing be held and com said Chapter, and a such. The Conduct of Toll Bridges for Public Use atormey.atw
L writing shall b the said Bad t shall be appointed in the title thereof, a amended, read as follows office of the State Marketing Commissioner Lakes Sons employed
gnn m.sione. tame man An shal : is Along, Over or Across Bays Bayous sleeping,
:1 Act parlor.
the State and to any bk. in Section 38 of this Act, to provide for examination, lic hereby established and it shall be the duty and Rivers of the State of Florida FourMic express cars while on duty onli diaje fer
I which the said bonds shall coming and registration of the Commissioner gage s,4
b payble the qualification of persons in of Agriculture immediately soliciting <
me possessing same I cmmi. the engaged or More in Length and Providing for 5CfltS, watch t.
4 at least ninety days before tme fe appointed under the provisions business or work of installing plumbing or on of this Act and approval by and Equitable Assessment of Taxes newsboy while on dut1 p

f-* for redemption, and in addition teet 10 tion 11 of this Act, who appraise S house drainage, and a supervision and in.pec the Governor, to appoint a State Marketing Against the of Common Carriers religion who are engaged only I { mini1t5 j
lh "
tice shall be published be taken and tion of plumbing and drainage in Commissioner who shall hold office from Proper work; traveling gene"
tee t property to Issel beeft or the Along, Over Acrs. Such Bays, Bayous.Lakes secretaries of
newspaper published towns of this State, having time of his appointment until hi Christian Associate Young 9f1'
Bod I f Ta damage and estimate the cost improve a population of 7- successor or Rivers. Sunday ,
I see, Frda and also in a pub met and who shall proceed la the manner 500 inhabitants or more, according to the fed- is appointed and qualified, or removed by the Whereas, The construction and maintenance Secretaries Confederate Soldi) Pi M

/ lished City of New York Stte in Section of Act, provided era! census of 1910 or any subsequet Federal Commissioner of Agriculture for cause, which by common carriers of railroad trestles and State Home for Confederate Tj1'!? h
1
j New York one a week for ( nc.we however. that sid commilsionea may. in I Census, and parts of this State, and shall be during the last ten days of December, toll bridges along, over and across. numerous come inmates thereof, cr 10
man ra imposing penalties for violation 1917., and ever two *h.r ,ft. charge tn Jn i... .: "tarniog after
la case, confirm any previous assessment n_ .. of this AI Yeas '.- -J .1.1 bays, bayons lakes ana rivers within me State g
the date fixed for redemption, if prop DC jt assume the duties -'- '
any cnaciea the persons
1 the provisions of this Said oy Legislature of State of the office on the first the of when transported
Act of Florida to facilitate transportation by
-q bond 1 issued subject to redemption before commissioners shall make of Florida: day of July cietie,, and to the clrj" >
shall not be presented when called for report Section 1. Any Sec 2. The foJo\ing. passengers and freight and the public travel m such necessary agent,
with person now transportation ""
matt and file the same the circuit clerk, after or herefte engaged Commissioner and thereover would be to
it shall cease to bear interestfrom which the same Ihal be proceeded with in the in or working at the of shal receive the sum of 12,500. per annum as of intercommunicatiOn public benefit to the people of the "gaged m charitable or Persons "clBII) ,.,
and after the date so for redemp ing in cities of 7,500 plumb and great for the **
fed same manner a now provided fO in the population or more salaf he shall be allowed actual State of Florida generally; and purposes of their woyk Wi
tion. The said Board is authorized State, either Sons ; and
hereby of and a master plumber or expenses in the discharge injured in t p.
original
case a incorporation u employing of the \ er as. The construction of such trestles wrecks, and the
to sell and negotiate such bonds in any market plumber or duties of the office Surgeon,
a journeyman plumber, shall first not to exceed nurses,
relatives
c at the best price obtainable therefor.In ment the lists of lands with the receive a reri6cate thereof in accordance with said traveling expenses to be set $,2. railway bridges and toll bridges to and inoh"c.a get injured person,, to and from or friends of
the the Board of Commissioners uelc the disproportionate eces wreck te !
expense pa
event benefits and and this Act. statement under oath to the Com : or from of
; or Everglades Drainage District are fo any dece Judgment Cour See Any person missioner of Agriculture and the expense of constrcion of railway lines the object of earrsng free pg.ji wi
have been in the Z desirng to engage !h or both salary and and other public transportation facilities on provujin reief! I
reason unable to pay any of the issued the business traveling general
the circuit in Section 15 expenses shall be epidemic
court, provided either
payable ,
plumbinl as a, monthly of such pestilence
.r land, and the assessment transportation
under the of this Act the or mhe
provision or master plumber out of the funds ous
Board shall have or derived from visitations
of this Act, then the power or as the sale of fer facilities for taxation in proportion to in the Suit-
interest thereon u the same come tiid of such of a journeyman plumber, in cities tihzer stamps in the nage or from the cv.
same storage
cue to levy an additiona tax portions having a population manner as other the of construction of the same wouldbe or handling of
expense ,
Board of Commissioners may said lands in the to of 7,500 or more and a system of water State officers are paid. deter or at reduced rate ( hff1 7 *.
al unfair unjust and inequitable and or
;: and issue in the corporate name of said Board which benefit been assessed dilte mr be supply or sewerage. shall make application to Se 3 The Marketing Commissioner si -. and prevent, the construction and maintenance"ther t'r to and from fain and anta

notes or negotiable CUp bld of laid found necessary by the board of supervisors a Board of Exmine hereinafter prde for hold his office in of, and it being deemed in the general bibit thereat, or from giving reduced fo e.
Everglades Drainage amount at such the City of ministers nte,
to the increased cost of the completion tiDe place as said Jacksonville and of religion .
pa upon the such ,
for a
may approvsJ public interest to provide by law or from
sufficient inch bond and ) direct
meet free
2-
coupon of
the
t of proposed and improvement* as Sid examinations may be made in of Agriculture passes with other
Said bonds shall be issued in work whole Cclllioner may fair, just and equitable assessment for taxation Officer eommo
employ
idebtednes. of il part in writing and a and
shown in
; deomtion, bear inch rate of in amended including aid the cost reclmto I practical and character thai but be sufficiently of a- at no time may the cerk expenses of necessar but of any such tre.tt railroad bridges family dependent employees and thet, immefl ,
elemet the on them
and toll bridges construction -
encourage ,
at such time or times Commissioner and f'
test A the same and all in connection strict qualifications of exceed the of a physicians and thee
the sum (
incidentl exeal t per and maintenance of the same surgeons, and
Board determine aud in all other $1,0 a aaarj!
annum
may and the
lid .
1 therewith and addition ten applct sum of t1.000.. neys aforesaid
; or from
said bonds shall in the matter of tee There is is : m. 1 ln'poration facilities: therefor.. as or re.ta.-.A .., giving free paa
rCpect of said total amount Se in city of a necessary hereby "t ..
per cent eege. Ihal b CC appropriated o of Be Enacted bv the oi toe auw .,.
be the 7,5 Legislature
i and sale r -'
subject inhabitants the m
I iSluace t cies if, in their judgment it. or Boad funds derived from sale of fertilizer I live stock shipped from curie ol
lem bCt Euminer
tt provisions this Act as amended by Chap issue bonds not to exceed the plumber, consisting of ( stamps to be paid in the Florida: to destination point of shipneat
may tre mebe one of manner as all other That from and after the and return
1
Section passage (
1' i tar C957. Act of Laws of which shall be State free or from giving
19 Ford ap said additional IeThe additional taxes of expenses are passes or
.4 1 proved June 5, the Health; a second lid Boad 4. Before raid of this Act the assessment for taxation per Sheriff reduced transportation t
ad member
Sttte authorized to be lexied under the provisionsof who shall be a master See upon the discharge of of railroad railway of the State without the -
mile or
4- ( datory thef this Section shall be levied and collected plumber, and a third member, who shall be of duties .State Marketing Commission within any par any of Florida of common or from issuing mileage, discrimiaanoa), '
State
Sec. this Act shall take effect immediately line any excursion
a journeyman he
-' in the same manner I taxes levied under the plumbe. Said second and third er shall give bond in the sum of $ .M. to which be constructed andmaintained mutation, or round-trip or coo-
s : upon. its passage and approval b) provisions of Section 17 f this Act Bonds members shall appointed by the appointing the State of Florida, in some responsible indemniy carrier may across bay, from issuing second class passenger tickets tickets, or
alongover
the or any
GYnor.Apprve issued under the provisions of this Section power of aid city or to be rate of fare at a lever
ai than
tow provided by company approved by the Sec lake river of length of 4 milesor of first-class
May 30, 1917. bayou, or a tickets lot
.J shal draw interest at a rate not to exceed ce or ordinnc tre months after retary of State, conditioned that he will truly including the approaches thereto holders of which second-class the
more tickets
1 cent annum, payable semiannuallyand passage of account for and apply all monies earsecondclaj /
per per one which accommodation
( CHAPTER Act ter may constructed and in connection shall
48). year from the first come into "bethe maintained No be sHowti
mNo. hands free
shall be made payable at such time or January the year h. in his official or reduced
; other
of capacity with toll bridge or bridge transportation
I A Ac Super times and at such place places the boardof of thereafter before and that be faithfully a lawful slufl be
or A appintment annually the perform the duties and vehicle except as specified
for the of pedestrians in
a Drainage Distc to Pay for additionaltax and enjoined on him passage o and all this section,
determine. Any be by law
from and
supervisors may Januaf Ihal paid that he shall transportation other
Membership in the Association. the without, shall not exceed the average per than free
Drainage also take be mast
Forda authorized to be levied under the provisions teasuf city same I other and subscribe the oath required for taxation of such railroad paid for in cash.
E' of this Section shall be apportioned ofcer sum the authorities under the Constitution of the State. mile assessment Any individual
Be It Enacted b the Legislature of the State A may 5. The or railway line located on land nor shall the this violating the provisions ol
to and levied each of land in said State Section
) upon Se Marketing Commissioner either
L of Florida trac mile of the entire railroad or by issuing
assessment free
:
district in proportion to assessedand Sec. 4. Said Board of Examiners shall keep a seal of office per or giving a puss,
which shall a reduced
2- L The Board of Supervisors of any beeft a be line of any such common carrier rate unlawfully,
Son not in excess bonds lon as may be after their used to authenticate all r'I"8 receiving and or by
-4 4 incorporated under the issued herein thereof then the cs amount and shall then designate appointent meet issued and executed papers and documents within the State of Florida be increased by of the using, or taking the idnntiji
are as by law such same, shall
be
Law of Di.tl.c of Florida being a member of the interest (as estimated by said of for examination of al applicants desiring to See 6 At the end of each I calendar ocer month. reason of the construction and maintenance of ment not exceeding punished by iaipritoa-
bad six
of the Drainage Association, is thereof or with or by means months,
supervisors) which will accrue on engage in or work the business of he shal file with the Commissioner any part upon not exceeding or by See
of
i' hereby authorized to pay out of any fundeJ plumb Agr- of such railway trestle or bridge along, one thousand dollars
; shall be included and added to the said additional ing within their respective an itemized statement under any common carrier ; lad any
available for such purposes any fees and but the interest to Board shall examine said jurisdicion all sums of over or across any such bay, bayou lake o subject violating this section shall be
levy accrue on received
their money to
sociation.dues required of it .a member of said said bonds shall not be included a part of practical knowledge of plumbing applcant, a drain- him in the discharge of his official or expended duty, including by river, notwith.tan.ing the construction extra or disproportimnate thereof,- by the Railroad a penalty Commissioners to be fixed and imposed

the cost of construction in determiningwhether age, and plumbing ventilation, and, if satisfied clerical service, salaries, and expense as provided in this Chapter. and enforced
May 28
Approved 117. or not the expenses and costs of of the competency of such applcant phall ses while traveling stationery, and other epen-necessary above and beyond the epn of constructionof Sec. 2. This Act shall
thereupon issue certificate such railway litje go into effect im
making the shown in the planof a applicant mediately
CHAPTER 7307-No. 49). improvements expenses. Sec. 2. This Act shall take effect immediately upon its passage and
: 1 AN ACT Amend Section relamation are not equal to, or in excess authorizing him to engage in or work at the Sec. 7. Upon the approval of such accounts the Governor or approval by
to 950 of the General the upon its
business its and by becoming
of the benefits assessed. of plumbing, either master by the Commissioner of upon passage approval without his a b*
Statutes of the State of Florida, a Agriculture the spproval.
Pertaining Sec. 2. This Act shall take effect its er or employing plumber plumb Comptroller shall Governor or upon its becoming a law without
) upon k Drains warrant for such May 7 1917.CHAPTER
: to by Counties Amended by ,
:. a plumber. The the approval of the Governor.
Cap becoming a law.Approved fee for a certificate for a master amount, which shall be paid
6457 Laws of monthly out of
ter Acts of 1913.Be
Forda plumber the funds Approved May 30, 1917.
1917.CHAPER or employing collected from
plumber be the sale of fertilizer
It Enacted of the State Ma)1 shal
by $,0
for a irmrn vman nlnmHr it .. h. stamcibec. 7323-Vo. 63).
I ot rionaa: 73lO-No. 62). Said certificate shall be valid 8. The CHAPTER -(No. 61). AN ACT to Amend
.' Section 1. That Section 950 of the General for-ire-tei! officer and accounts of the Section 4109 of the Gen
L AX ACT for and Aside one year, but the State Marketing AN! ACT to Allow Railroad Companies in era! Statutes of
Statutes of the State of amended Setting same can be renewed if application Commissioner shall b: audit- the State of *'boridi. U
: by W57, Lam Forda a Acts of Certain Lands to the Seminole Indians as a for renewal is made to said Board not ed by the direction of the Governor in the this State to Make Reduced Rates for Delegates Amended by Chapter 5705 of the Acts of
Chapter Forda Reservation Providing for in less than days before the manner the office to of Religious Bodies, Fra- 1TO7 and by Chapter
1913 be, and the same is to Trstes. ) expiration of a and accounts of the all ; 59tt of the Acts of
-" read as follows: ameded Whom the Title to Said Lands Shal be said certificate. The fee for renewals shall be other State officers are audited. ternal Socltie., Educational and Other As- 19"9 Relating to Labor of County Convicts,

See. 950. Public Drain Canal Vested for the Use and Benefit said 11.0.All moneys shall be paid into the city or Sec. 9. The dutc -t the State Marketing soiations Organized in the Stateof Be It Enacted by the Legislature of the State
I Ditc o Indians. treasury for the Commissioner and to Leave it Optional with of Florida
Whenever it shall use of said city or town. shal be to receive and Forida :
for b agricultural necessary or Be It Enacted by the Legislature the Stateof Sec.. 5. All cities or towns in this State, and reports on all fIits, vegetables and compile other Companies as to Whether or Section L That Section 4109 of the Cncral
epedent sit purses o within the provisions farm not Such Reduced Rates Shall be Extendedto Statutes of the
public health, Florida: of this Act, shall product a Are grown in the State, to State of Florida, u amended
pro
ence cnducive or welfare te public utility, of for the Section 1. The following described lands in vide by ordinance, within three months after same in the State press that will do the Genrl P'iblic. bv Chapter 5703. Acts of 1007, and Chapter

-- benefit of lands that are low wet, submerged the county of Monroe, State of Florida be the passage thereof, rules and regulaticns so without cost, to obtain and disseminate Be It Fnacted by the Legislature of the Stateof 6K3, Acts of 19C9 relating to labor of county

I or liable to become submerged, to and the same are hereby set aside and givento for the construction and maintenance of all information a to carriers' rate, to collect information Florida: convicts, be and the same is hereby amended
: the Seminole Indians of Florida Reservation plumbing and Section 1. That each and every railroad so as to read
establish public drain canal in as a drainage placed in or on any a to additional market centers as fol'ows:
a or and
,It t 1 of the counties ditch State by a majority any to-wit: building or the premises thereof in such city their capacity, and to keep and compile a company within the State of Florida is hereby 4109. County Convicts Maw I5e Pot to La

;: of those the lands through which All of the lands now belonging to the Stateof or town, and no work of this character shall statement of all shipments moving out of the allowed to make reduced rates of transnorta bor-The Board cf County CommiHiooen of

such proposed owrinft ditch, drain or canal run Florida in Township 56 South of Range 32 be done unless a permit be issued therefor, excepting State that through this information the farm tion to members or delegates to and from each county may employ all persons ia the

i or by those owning the greater Ihal the East being; all of Sections 7 to 1 inclusive the repairin" leaks It shall be ers and producer can be kept posted to meetings or conventions of any religions body, jails of their respective counties under sen

4i through which such proposed ditch and 17 to 36 inclusive, containing 1,5 the further duty of said cities or tl"ns t>> exact existing in the State,a and fraternal society, educational associations orconventions truce upon conviction for crime at labor upon
-
-
.- I Ids drin or canal shall run, and by a more or less Also all of S 4 inclusive provide for the appointment or lectio- the several markets of the to better of any other regular organized the streets of incorporated cities and towns,

majority of those by : 10 to 15 inclusive; 22 to 24 inclusive plumbing inspector and such assistants are COpCI ae with and prevent countf our associations within the State of Florida provided or upon roads, bridges and public works ia

-n those owning the owning greater lad of or the and Sections 35 and 36. in Township 67 nece.sar but said inspector and assistants a pIe, and to cooperate with the United States peo such railroad companies making such the several counties where they are so Imprisoned

lands contiguous that par benefited South of Range 32 East, containing 9,600 practical plumbers of not less than government in establishing a parcel post mar- reduced rates vi hereinbeore provded'ihan ; or the said Boards may, ia their

b such ditch theret canal the majority acres more or less. Also all of Section 1 to ten years' experience, whose duty it shall be keting system in this State. He shall issue have the legal Ienerl discretion, hire out such prisoners to be kept

,T )those owning drin such lands or; those owning 3 inclusive; 10 to 14 inclusive; 24, 25 35 and to see that all rules and regulations touching such bulletins or other information along lines public in the beneft of such reduced rtes, a- I worked either within the county where the
36 of Township 58 South of Range !2 Ea.t, such plumbing of advice withhold general public the benefits crime
: the greater part of such lands aforesaid, are faithful'y and diligently I to how best pick, pack, kind or was committed or in any other county
shall present a petition to the County a Commissioner containing 7.6SO acres more or less. Also all observed and eecuted. The plumbinuspector of package, and way to distribute; to study -H of such reduced rates, a they shall see in the State of Florida. But no Board of

of the in whi'h such ditch, of Sections 7 to 15 inclusive, and 17 to 36 inclusive shall preside at all meetings of the conditions as affecting other Sta.c to keep fit or deem expedient. County Commissioners shall lease or hire out

drain or canal is cunt located, with a plat of Township 66 South of Rang 33 Examining Board of Plumbers and shall have in touch with the Department of Agriculture Src. 2. All laws or parts of laws 5n conflict any female convict (except for domestic w

of the said lands, showing the general course East, containing 18,560 acres, more or less. the deciding voice and vote in all matters at Washington, D. ., and the Commissioner herewith be and the same are hereby repealed.Sec. agricultural labors), or any male pnsoeers

:: of such proposed drain or canal. setting Also all of Sections 1 to 15 inclusive and 17 connected with the examination of applicantsand 61 Agriculture of the State, that through this 3. This Act shall take eec immediatey sick and diseased to such an extent ss not to

forth the ditch the same, its length to 36 inclusive, of Township 57 South ofRange granting of certificates, whenever the close touch an4 study cf condition he can upon its becoming a be able to perform manual labor. Said coontv -

.- and the lands to be benefited thereby. Upon 33 East, containing 22.400 acres, more remaining members of said Board are unable Muvise our peopie wnat crops to plant 0-1 not June 5, 1917. convicts shall he Vent and worked under
filing such petition and plat with the or less. Also all of Sections 1 to 15 inclusive, to agree. That the p'umbing department plant what markets are overstocked, and such rules and regulations and snpervisioii

-01 they lay the Count and 17 to 36 inclusive, of Township 58 South of every city or town embraced in this Act through a system of cooperation aid in devel CHAPTER 7320o. 62>. as mav be prescribed by the Commissioners of

Cmmissioers net shal meeting ame and ove give of Range 3 East, containing 2.4 acres, consisting of the Examining Board the Plumbing opment of agricultural interest and protecting .0' ACT to Make Illegal Any Charge for Agriculture with the advice sad approval

-- .T notice by publication for three in more or ,. Inspector and his assi some newspaper published in the week of I J See 2. The Trustees of the Internal Improvement unde the supervision of the Board of Health the Commissioner of Agriculture shall Having the Line Haul and .. and the Commissioner of AgriciJ-

J; the date when they will consider sid count Fund are hereby directed to convey said city or town, and the Pulmbing Inspector operate and advise such methods will co Compensation Therefor. ture.. with the approval of the Board of Commissioners -

-,, citing all persons who may be interested to to the Board of Commissioners of State shall make a complete this car forward this work, such as a inspection Be It Enacted by the Legislature of the Stateof of State Institutions, shall hirt

appear and present any reason why such petition Institutions the title to said described lands, department to said Board of Health at the packages and other measures as conform Florida: the power to enforce all such rule and rejslations. -
should not be in trust, however, for the perpetual use and end of each year, and oftener as may be required to plans of the marketing system of the De Section 1. That no charge whatever shall Upon the failure of any lessee or

Sec. Z All Laws gnted pars of Laws in con benefit of the Indians aforesaid, and a a by said Board, or provided for by Ordi partment of Agriculture at Washington; also, he made by a railroad having the line haul other person in charge of said county convicts

,.- flict berewth be, and same is hereby reservation for them. nance. through this to get better seeds and aid in for placing for loading. an empty car at any to comply with such rules and regulations

., repealed See. 3. This Act shal become effective upon See 6. Any person violating any provision presenting, and' in studying the various diseases warehouse or other point on its lire or any the Commissioner of Agriculture, with thi

See 3 This Act sba1 take effect from and its approval by Governor. of this Act shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor and pest that affect our crop". To do side track or spur connected therewith or for approval of the Board of Commissioners of

passage approval by the Govc'- Approved May 9, 1917. and be subject to a fine of not less all that can be done in connection with the switching the loaded car to or from the same State Institutions, shall have the right to require -

: nor, or il becoming a law without suck approval. than five dolar not exceedin. fitrvInllnro--..-.. Commissioner of Agriculture to hrinc r.1if either for delivery or for transportation for said county convicts returned it tfte
CHAPTER '1-( 0. 53). for each every violation thereof. to ana aid in the marketing and distribution i in'rastate shipment; it being tne purpose oi expense ot the party or parties young w

Approved May %6 1317. AN ACT to Amend Sections 4. 8, 9 and 26 Sec. 7. In counties of this State containing of Florida's products. this Act to require one placement of a car same to the county jails of the count IB

of Chapter 6969 Acts of 1915, the Same cities or towns having a populaiton of 7.501 Sec. 10. An executive committee of three for loading I unloading upon a side track which they were convicted: Provided TW

CHAPTER 73Vo.. r.0). Being An Act Relating to the Ownershipand inhabitant or more according to the Federal shall be appointed by the Commissioner of and its removal in opposite direction without before hiring, leasing or letting out snch

I' -' AN AC Authorizing the Board cf Supervi Protection of Game and Game Birds in 1910 or any subsequent Federal Agriculture in connection with the marketing any charge in addition to the charge for transportation prisoners, the said Boards of County Commissioners

s Drainage District to Obtain Permits the Several Counties of the State; Providing Census. the County Commissioner or govern commission, whose duties shall be in connection or line haul. shall advertise for at least 9

-p-- from the Government of the United an Open and Closed Season for Hunfrs ing Beard of said are required and with the Marketing; Commissioner and Sec. 2. Any railroad railroad company, or days in one or more of the county PI** 1

States and to Give Bond for the Performance Licenses.Be hereby empowered to appoint an inspector of Commissioner of Agriculture, to devise ways common carrier violating the provisions of their intention to lea'e, hire or let the said

s of Same by the Legislature of the State plumbing who shall be a plumber of not Ie.s> and means and stijdy out the best and most Section 1, of this Ac shal thereby incur a prisoners, thereby giving those who defl to
Be I Enacted by the Legislature of the State I Enace than ten years' experience. His duties shall effective methods of reaching the best ends, penalty for each of not more than bid for such prisoners an opportunity to be

;3 Florida: -Iorda. That Section 4. Chapter 69C9, he to inspect all plumbing and drainage installed and solve the problem of proper marketing $5.0 to be fixed and imposed by the Rail present, either in person or by attorney, m

y. Section 1. In case the Plan of Reclamation Acts of 1915, relating to game, and frame in the tertor embraced in a radius and distribution cf Florida's produce. The Commissioners in accordance with the submit their respective bids therefor. -

o any Dinage Di.mc orcanired and in birds be and the same is hereby amended to of 1 mile city or town's limits committee to be appointed for a ter of two provisions of Section !S
-. r Chapter 8458. Laws of Florida read as folows: and to do so such other work a the sid years, to serve without salary other than Statites of the State of Florida, a amendedn the provisions hereof, the proceeds 54*

Acts of 1913, and the improvement pro "Section 4. Xo person or persons shall county commissioners may require. All plumb from the money appropriated for this market ; IIS, and each charge made in violation ing therefrom shall be paid into the C

vided thereunder be of such nature as re injure, kill or hunt or destroy by any meanswhatever ing and drainage done in this territory shall ing commission; their actual traveling ex hereof shall constitute a separate offense treasury as a special fund, to be eXPlm-1I

quire the permission or consent of the Government or have, or be in possession of, except be done in conformity with the rules and penses shall be paid on approval of the Com.mi.sioner Sec 3. This Act shall take effect immediately tinder the directions of the County Coed'-

-- of the United States or any dlpar. a expressly permitted by the provisions i regulations! governing plumbing in the city or of Agriculture. upon its passage and approval by the Sinners solely for the purpose of maintaining. *1

;, ment or officer of the Government of this Act, the following named fame birds town contieuous thereto. Sec. 11. The said Executive Committee, Com Governor working and repairing the public road* |

United States the Board of Supervisors of except between the folioing dates: Wild Sec. 8. That all acts and parts of acts inconsistent missioner of Agriculture and Marketing Com Approved June 7, 1917. bridges and river crossings of the county 5 a

;. the Drainage District shall be authorized to turkey, quail (bob white partridges), turtle with the provisions herein contained missioner are authorized to consult, advise purchasing suitable tools, implement! at

7,_ obtain the required permission or consent of doves, swan, geese brant, rails coots, are declared to be repealed. adopt and promulgate to shipper though this CHAPTER 7321-Xo.63). materials inerefor. ..

the Government of the United States or any sandpipers, curlews snipe or plover, Novem Approved May 30, 1917. State, rules and regulations for the inspection AN ACT to Give the Florida It shall be the duty of supervisors of

prpe officer or department thereof, and to her 20th to March 1st inclusive, following: of qualit the truthful, honest branding of Railroad Commission convicts to inspect and supervise all *OIB2|
i end the of Supervisors shall have Provided, that this shipped and the Authority to Fix the Rates of Toll >*
section shall not be con CHAPTER 731S-No. prohibiting of convict, camps, whether said camps are
,, full power authority to bind the Drainage strued to include mud or marsh hens. Any 65). any shipper having the benefit of shipping on Any Toll Bridge or Causeway Which tained by lessee or Board of County COBUB*

:_ District to comply with any conditonsthat person violating any of the provisions of this AN ACT to Amend Section 2193 of the Gen through the marketing bureau who will not Including the Approaches Thereto is More sinners, under the direction of the COBHBI**

$'' may be attached to such permission section shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor eral Statutes of the State of Florida Relating strictly observe and obey such rules and relations than Four Miles in Length. Now Construct sioner of Agriculture. Said supervisors saw
-$- consent, including the giving of any bond or and conviction tf Liens for Materials Furnished. in the packing and \ ed or to be Hereafter Constructed Over and nnke
upon thereof, shall prepartio written Commissioner
other obligation for the faithful Be It Fnactcd by the ping of his 5h.p Across the Waters of River. reports to the
performance be punished by fine of not lees than ten Legislature of the State far and orchard products. any Bay, Bayou Agriculture and shall send duplicate CP
-L of such conditions. dollars of Florida: Sec. 12. Immediately or other Body of Water in the ?tate of Fbi-
nor more than twenty-five for each upon passage of this said CO'sioners
County
ce S. I All laws or pu of laws in con oPense. Section 1. That Section 2191 of the General Act. and' its approval by the Governor, it ida and to Provide for the Maximum Rates reports to the Board of said cosofgl

b and same are hereby r Sec. 2. That Section 8 of Chapter K9R9, j Statutes of the State of Florida be. and is shall Become I law of Toll Thereon, the Hours During Which so inspected of the county sentenced.in which ,

pealed. Acts of 1915 relating to game and game hereby amended, so as.to. read a* follows: Approved June 9th, 131?. Said Toll Bridee or Causeway Shall Re- it .(,,11 v,. .were 1,. j..._ ,-f ,t,. it/Mfd of GMv
; 3 See. Act shall be imme roe matena's:: turnI0el-In favor mam Onen for Traffic an/f Amhnri.mn ,h.
birds be of aiv
S Til efectve and the same is hereby amended Commissioners
diately its ]person who shall furnish CHAPTER Said Railroad Commission when wo.king couiJl';
approval by to Make
building 7316-No. Rules
upo 1 as to read as follows: ;for any mater l 5S). erg on the public works of the twn
Approved May 1917. "Section 8. Deer the construction, repair or use AV ACT and Regulations Respecting the Same, and
Z Open to Fix and '
protection: and l building fence, railroad canal ( Establish a Legal or Providing for the Enforcement provide clothing, shoes, ett. for said e'
i 5oMNo. Closed Season a to.-Any person who hall line or telegraph Standard Crate and a Legal or Standard Thereof. and when leased out the lessee company
CHAPTEB 51). wharf, bridge, Be It Enacted by the Legislature ,
kill distillery or other Basket of the N
or attempt to kill any wild turkey in any mi for Tomatoes State furnish in either **
_- AN to Amend Section 46 manufacturing work of Florida clothing, shoes etc,
Chapter 6438, County of this structure; the Be :
State upon Enacted
Ac Stst'
or who shall kill by the Legislature ibis
: any said I of the State Section J. are required for State prisoner* m
the Legislature 1913 building. lines other That the
being or Railroad
deer and Commission
Acs between March property, Florida CC
1st
and
the 20th of : It shall Boards of
4.t- ACT Relating to the Creation upon the lands of the State of Florida is be the duty of all
Organization they stand.
November, in each who shall upnbich Section 1. That hereafter hereby authorized wort
for
or
year Inv the Commissioners convict
use legal and
Sec. 2. This to fix and hiring out
.t-- and Maintenance of Districts effect regulate the tolls
Drainage artificial light in Ac shal immedi standard for charges, uses
hunting killing deer crate
or shall make
tomatoes shall provisions
for each
I for the of ately upon its measure and hours for
Purpose and and keping convict1icbirlld
Reliminl be guilty of a misdemeanor approval by the 10 inches in open for traffic of ,
and depth
inches in any hired
upon conviction width
ityi, Protecting SwlP Wet owed shall be punished by a fine of. Gveror, or upon its becoming a law with 24 inches in length, 1 the outside. and toll bridge or causeway, which including the transportation out to receive, fro*
back the place Wj"he
I Ls or to Overflow, from less than twenty-five dollars, no approval.Approved 2. That hereafter approaches thereto, is more than four miles to
of Water for nor more May 7 1917. Se the legal and stan in length was sentenced, or its equivalent :}
,
Sanitary or Agri- < now constructed
Ee fifty dollars; and the basket for built, that '
t having of such lightson use in tomato or fr such and in additioa the S" 5
et Pa or when the Same May i the head or any part of the body while measure 9 1-2 inches long in eate shal. may hereafter be constructed or built over and $3.00 when purpose this sentence, i* for a ks* f*""
,, the Public Health, Convenieoce !hunting be facie evidence inches wide in the bottom across any river, bay, bayou or other body '""
or or of Public Utility violation shal prm of the CAPER '4( 0. 66). all and 412 incne of water in the State of Florida than four months, and for iQ prison* V
Welfar the of the last aforementioned and make th *
AN dee term of *
shall be mart
to lubivsions"Se Ac to Amend Section 1241, Chapter me.ure rules and regulations sentence
e Beeft o Otes 3 That Seon 6969 the General mets being inside length respecting the same; months the of JS.OO. the sam' 'fj
Provided
Clpte Statutes of the State of meueent. however, that the sum
the
D. adLlte the inside of maximum
PYq Pe D
19 of Florida each rates, from O* <
paid derived
hoop ont of
hereby Relating the hire
to Standard charges toll
Sue Dng Discs the i amended 1.to read as follows: ) Measures. Weights and shall be 32 1-2 inches. bale or on said toll bridge or causeway of said convicts.
or bridges stall |
Sec. not
No crate basket intended exceed lOe for foot w
S for
o the passengers; lOc far bicycles ridden And when the County Commisstowll
by one their prisoners on the publ'e worn T

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county the same amounts shall be paid to theiiriiouer Road Department on the terms agreed upon, term of three years. and two for the full term wheels provided with shared or roughened by the net income of such office according I to property within the limit of said county
$ discharged from said works out off m the construction and maintenanceof of four years. At the expiration of the several: surfaces, or provided than smooth the following scbdule: not to exceed two mills on the dollar, as may
{be Fine and Forfeiture Fund of the county, a propr Road it shall be the duty of the terms of office of said frt membr each successor tires, that wil carry more than 200 pounds All the net income from such office not Iexceed be necessary to pay the liabilities and necessary
the **me as is above provided when the convict State Road Department to withhold from such thereto shall be a term of per wheel every vehicle having tires of $,6 6 per cent of the next $1,0 expense ol said county tuberculosis ho- '
$ arc leased. county all further State aid of any description, four years. In case any member of the Department one inch in width, or 500 pounds per "hee or any theref; 40 per cent oi pita, except that in counties having an assessed
Sec. 1 That thi Act .hall take effect im- until such terms of agreement have been shall change his domicile from theCongressional for every vehicle having tires two $.0 or any fraction thereof; 2 per cent of valuation ol twenty million dollar or
nediately upon its passage and approval by complied with. District from which he was appointed width, or L0 pounds per wheel for every vehicle net $,0 or any fraction theref; 10 percent over such tax shall not exceed one mill on the
ike Governor. Sec. 7. It shall be the duty of the State his office shall become vacant and the having tires three inche in width, or of and residue dollar, the amount to be raised by inch levy
Approved May %1917. Road Department to advertise for bids on (iovernor shall fill the vacancy by the appointment 1,200 pounds per 'bel every vehicle having Sec. 2. Each official appoint his deputies to be fixed by requisition oi the board of
all roads and bridges to be constructed with of another from such district. The members tires of tour inches in width, or 1,5 clerks or assistants The Board of County tuberculosis commissioner* hereinafter provided -
CHAPTER 7324-No. 66.) convict labor, such advrisemet to appear of the Department shall recive no compensation pounds per wheel for every vehicle shal fx the number and con for. Said tax shall be collected in the
AN ACT Relating to the Care, Maintenanceand at least once a ".ck les than two but their a actual reasonable expense! Ire five inches in width, or that will cary ants same manner as other taxes. The requisition
Hiring of State lonvlc and Making consecutive weeks in some newspaper having in performance of their dutie, load greater than 6,0 pounds without pensation of said deputies, cerk or assist- herein required shall be m writing and hall
as Appropriation for Carrying Out the Provisions general circulation in the county where the whe incure approved by the Department, and then first providing one inch tire width per Sec. 3 Each official to the be accompanied by a budget in which shall
Therel work is to be performed, and such advrise. audited and allowed by the State Comptroller, wheel for each additional 2,000 pounds or a Board County Commissioners on or before be set forth clearly on a form to be prescribed
jje It Enacted by the Legislature- of the Stateof ment shall briefly describe the work shall be paid. fraction thereof, or to permit any vehicle or the first day of each month a tor statement by the State Comptroller the several items
Florida: forth the terms under which the convict labor The headquarters and office of such Department implement or any load or portion of load showing in detail the expense such of expenditure to be made during the ensuing -
1. That on or before the first day shall be employed. The State Road Department shall be located at the State Capital. Themembers thereof to drag upon the surface of any hart office, fees and commissions and also the gross year and the amounts to be employed for
ol Son A. I). 1917. the State Prison Physician mar award the work to the lowest of such Department shall annually surfaced public road; provided: That nothing and net income. Provided that said Board of each purpose.
shall 'examine and (grade all male responsible bidder, or it may, in its discretion, elect from their membership a Chairman anda in this Ac shall be construed as prohibiting County Commissioners may at any time require Sec 2. When in any county a levy for a
State Convicts into three grades or classes, reject all bids and proceed to purchase suchequipment Secretar with power to change such offer the use roughened surfaces on rubber tires from any such official any fuhe statement tax for a county tuberculosis hospital ha been
to-wit: Grade or Class One, which shal con- and supplies a may be necessary any time by a majority vote of all or on the wheels of farm implements weighing or oral explanation which said Board authorized, the Governor shall proceed to appoint .
SIM i of all able-bodied males; Grade Class to carry on the proposed work in an efficient member of the Department. They shall adoptand less than 1,000 pounds. deems advisable, and may at any time check a board of three (3) tuberculosis commissioners -
Two, which shal consist of all hospital subjects and economical manner. Nothing in thisSection use a common seal. They shall keep full 5tc. 2. Any individual firm or corporation, or audit said statements or accounts. upon the recommendation oi the
and al prsone unable to performreasonable shall be construed as pertaining to and correct minutes of their meetings, which or any agent of such individual, firm or corporation Sec. 4. This Act shall take effect a to each local medical society or association, one at
J. labr and Grade or Class malteance work on roads and bridges andit shall be open to public inspection. 'Ihey shall violating the provisions of Section office included herein at the epiratio oi least of said tuberculosis commissioners shall
Three, which shall oi all male convicts shall be discretional with the State Road have power to adopt and enforce rules and regulations 1 of this Act, shall, on conviction thereof be present term thereof, I not af- be a physician, all residents of the county
who have actually served for ten years Department as to whether work coming under for the government of their meetings punished by a fine of not exceeding $100, or tect any official elected at the last general Said commissioners shall hold office for 4 years.
or more and all male convicts who shall not the head of maintenance shall be advertised and proceedings and for the transaction of by imprisonment in the county jail not exceeding election or appointed prior to July 1 11. \ acancies on the board of tuberci Ions commisSionerS -
be classed as ablebodied, but who are physically for bids. the business of the Department. They shall six months, or both such fine and imprisonment Approved June 1 1917.CHAPTER shall be filled on lake manner as original -
able to perform reasonable manual labor See. 8. Should a contract be awarded for met at the office of the Department at such in the discretion of the court appointments. Said commissioner shall
upon the public roads. All Grade or road work to be done with convict labor the regular times, not less than semi-annually, as Sec. 3. Hard-surfaced public roads,, as defined '3 0. 77). serve without compensation, but shall be al
Oat Two convict female convichieive terms of the contract shall provide that the they way by rule provide, and may hold by this Act shall be construed to be AN ACT to Amend 1831 and Section lowed out of the funds created by this Act all
of physical condition shal be kept convict labor shall be furnished to the con special meetings at any time and place on not brick, concrete, asphaltic or bituminous surfaced 1H32 of the General Statutes of the State. necessary expenses incurred oy them in the
at the State Farm at tractor at a specified rate per hour, this to less than one week's notice, authorized by at roads which are maintained by countyor Florida! Relating to the Duties of Clerks of performance of their official duties.
suitable labor, excepting, such convicts amy be determined by the State Road Depart least three members given to the other men state funds. Circuit Courts, with Reference to the Keep See 3. :The said tuberculosis commissioner
transferred temporarily by the Board ment which shall the shall Sec. 4. Sections 860 SC2 3674 of Certain Records and Dockets shall annually elect
be rate cover cost ol Losing bers. Three members constitute a quo SCI. and 3C9S ing their own chairman and
Commissioners of State Institutions to guarding and maintaining the convict labor rum. The notice of any meeting may be waived of the General Statutes of Honda, and all Be It Enacted by the Legislature of the Stateof secretary. I hey shall make and adopt such
other Institutions under its management or which shall be worked at all times underthe by the affirmative vote of any four members Acts of the Legislature in conflict herewithare Florida: bylaws, rules and regulations for their own
supervision a their service may be utilie rules prescribed by the State Road Department duly recorded hereby repealed. Section 1. '1 hat Section 1831 of the General guidance and for the government of the hospitals
advantageously in construction or said Department being charged A cerifcate the seal of the Depart Sec. 5. This Act shall take effect upon its Statutes of the State of Florida, be and the and the activities connected therewith
'immediately connecieu with such institutions.Sec. with the guarding, discipline and generalcare ment, by tie Chairman and attested by passage and becoming a law. same is hereby amended to read as follows: as may be expedient 'Ihey shall control and
2. That upon application of the State of the prisoners while) engaged on such the Secretary, shall constitute sufficient evidence Approved May 2:. 1917. ''1S31-To Keep Records and Docket*.-He pay out all moneys collected or received for
Road Department on or before September 1st, contract work. of the action of the Department. -- shall keep: the credit of the tuberculosis hospital and of
1317, the Board of Commissioners of State Institutions Sec. 9. All prisoners employed on the State Sec. 2 The terms "road" and "roads" as CHAPTER 7330-No. 72). Minute Hook. in which he shall keep regular the construction of any hospital building and
is hereby authorized to reserve and Convict Road Force shall be transported, housed this Act shall be construed to mean: AX ACT Fixing Compensation of CountCommissioners and mI of al the proceedings of shall supervise, inspect and care for the
set aside for the use of said Department not fed, clothed and guarded from such fundsas use all highways and ways for public in Counties Having Population the Circuit Court, and the Judge, in term, grounds and buildings constructed or set apart
exceeding 3 male State prisoners, to be are or may hereafter be appropriated for the travel, including means of crossing streams of from 37,000 up to 40,000 Persons, which shall be signed by the Judge before theadjournment lor that purpose, and shall appoint all officers
used in construction, maintenance and use of the State Road Department.Sec. by ways of bridges or ferries under the and \\hich Have a Bonded Indebtedness oi of each term. and employees of said hospital and fix their
repair of any roads which said Departmentnuy 10. All laws and parts of laws in con- jurisdiction or control of the several Boards of as Much as One and One-Half Million A progress doket in which he shal note compensation.
jiow or hereafter be authorized to construct flict herewith are hereby repealed.Sec. County Commissioners in the seevral counties Be It Enacted by the Legislature of the Stateof the filing by ech to any common All moneys collected under this tax shall be S
maintain or repair. Such prisoners 11. This Act shall take effect immediately of this State, or upon which they may expend Florida: law m equity, of any appearance or deposited to the credit of the board of tuberculosis
ilull be maintained and worked under such upon its passage and becoming a law.Approved any public money or cause any work to be Section 1. .hat in all counties of the Stateof pleading therein, and of any step taken in commissioners and shall be withdrawn
rules and regulations as may D prescribed byte May 30, 1917. done, or any roads that may by this or any: Florida having a population by the State the Clerk's office in connection with said and paid out by said board oi tuberculosis
Board of Commissioners State Institu other Act be placed under the supervision and or Federal Census of from 37uu0 up to 40.0UO cause, such noting to be at the time of such commissioners in like manner as provided by
and shall be maintained and cared for CHAPTER 732G-No.68). control of the State Road Department.Sec. persons and shall have a bonded indebtedness filing and of taking such step. law for the deposit and withurawal of county -
: .; tns such funds a may now or hereafter be "AN ACT to Provide an Easement for Persons 3 I shal be the-duty of said Depart of as much as one and one half million dollars A Default Docket, in which shall be enteredin unds by the board ol county commissioners.
placed at the disposal of said State Road Department -,, Vehicles and Stock Occupying or ment subject to removal by them, each County Commissioner shall be paid a salary full all default and final judgment by dcfauhitaken Each of said tuberculosis commissioner hall
i which shal also nay from such Used Upon Certain Lands Which are Shut a competent person who shall be known a th: of $SUO per annum payable quarterly.Sec. in ofce. give bond in the sum of $iOuO with good and
funds all expenses transporting said prisoners Off or Hemmeo In from the Nearest Practicable State Road Commissioner, who shall be a competent 2. That in addition to the above salary A judgment and doce in which, sufficient sureties, conditioned for the faithful
t to and from their camps and such Private Road." and efficient engineer and 1'cl versed each County Commissioner shall also receive respectively, he shall index ren performance of his duties to the Governor of
expenses as mav be incurred in advertisingthe Be It Enacted by the Legislature of the Stateof in the building of good roads. Department ten cents per mile for mileage actually dered, in term time or vacations; and all executions the State of Florida, and his successor in office
escape and effecting the recapture of Florida: may also employ one or more assistants ed in going to and from the Court Hous tra\c.I issued thereon, stating therein the such bonds to be approved by the Board
/ prisoners escaping while in their custody including Section 1. When any land is bei ig used a a to the State Road Commissioner and employ attending meetings of the Board and tor mile names of the parties, the amount of judgment of County Commissioners.
a reward to be offered by the Board of bore or for agricultural or stotl -raising pur- such clerical help and purchase such instrument age actually traveled in inspection of public and costs and the date of rendition of the .Sec. 4. The board of tuberculosis commissioners -
Commissioners of State Institutions not exceeding poses shal be shut oil or hemme-l I in by lands, supplies and materials as shall be nec roads and bridges or in performance of any: same, the page of the record upon which i it shall have the power to purchase er
$100 in any one case provided, how- other improvements other persons essary to carry out the provisions of this Act. other service, authorized and approved by thiCounty shall have been entered, and the uate of the lease lands within the limits of such county
ever said State Road Department shall not 1 that no particular route of egress and The compensation of all such employees shall Board of Commissioners, which sid issuance of execution. for the location of such hospital, and to lease
be chargeable with the labor of said prisonersbut ingress shall be available therefrom to the nearest be fixed by the Department. All expenditures mileage shall be paid monthly; providedhotsever A Chancery Order Book in which shall be or erect appropriate buildings for the use of
only for their maintenance and other expense practicable public or private road it shall be of the Department shall be made upon vouchers that each Commissioner shall file entered all orders and decrees taken in'chan said tuberculosis hospital; ovided, however,
as provided in this Act lawful for the owner or tenant thereof to use issued by the Secretary of tie Department monthly with the clerk of the Board an itemized cery, including those required to be signed by that no such tubwculosis hospital shall be
Sec. 3. That upon application of the County for persons, vehicles and stock an easementover and countersigned by the Chairman, and paid sworn statement of the amount of mile the Judge exclusively built on the grounds of a county institution
Commissioners of counties desiring to use and upon the lands which lie between the by warrants issued by the State Comptroller age to which he is entitled which shall be ap A Trial Voke which sbal be kept in for the care ol paupers. It shall be the duty
and work State prisoners upon their public said shut-off or hemmed-in lands and such public upon the State Treasurer.Sec. proved bJ the Board, and made a part of the court terms while in ses uf said board to submit the proposed rites and
! \ on or before September 1st, 1917, and or private road; and the use thereof, a 4 It shall be the duty Ot the Depart minutes of the Board; and provided further, sion, upon which shall be entered before each buildings to the State Health Umcer and request -
I rods thereafter, and at such other time aforesaid shall not constitute a trespass nor ment collect data and information as to all that no Commissioner shal receive for salary term of court: his advice and recommendations thereon.
I upon sixty day's notice of such application, shall the party thus uslno the same be liablein roads in the State and where practicable have and mileage more per annum. All cases of law tryable at that term. Sec. 5. Every hospital established under
1 the Board of Commissioners of State Institutions damages for the use thereof: Provided, that maps and plats thereof made; to investigate Sec. 3 This Act shall. take effect on the All cases of claims to property and alleged this Act shall be for the use and benent
t is hereby authorized to reserve and such easement shall be used only for the pur and collect data and information as to the best first of June 1917. illegality of seizures under execution. the inhabitants uf such county suffering from
apart for the use of such counties such poses aforesaid; and provided, further, that methods and materials for road building and Sec. 4. AU laws and parts of laws in conflict All cases in equity pending. tuberculosis who shall have resided in such
se of male State prisoner a may be such use thereof shall be in orderly and pro repair; to investigate and gather information herewith are hereby repealed. All writs of error, appeals and certioraris county continuously for not less than one year
numb for this purpose. Prisoners assignedto per manner. as to suitable material for road building and Approved June 4, 1917. from lower courts pending.All next preceding application for admission or
counties under this Act shall be paid for Sec. 2. When the lands over which the ease- repairing in the different localities in this criminal cases. treatment Such resident shall be admitted
as follows: for Grade or Class One, Ten ment referred to in section one of this act State; to. compile all such data and informa CHAPTER 7331-No. 73). One copy of such trial docket shall be madeup to said hospital and be entitled to occupancy,
dollars per month for each prisoner assigned; shall be in use, or afterwards put to the use tion; to furnish the same free to the CountyCommissioners AN ACT to Authorize the Board of County for the Court and for members of the bar. nursing, care, medicine and attendance, subject
for Grade or Class Three One Dollar per of inclosing farm or grove product or live of the several counties of this Commissioners of the Several Counties in A Subpoena Docke in which he shall enter to the rules and regulations presented
stock, it shall be the duty of person using State and to the citizens of tnis State; and to the State of Florida, in Their Discretion, to the name of in each cause 'sub by said board oi tuberculosis commissioners..
month. That all able-bodied negro male the easement over the same, when requested by authorize and empower the State Road Department Employ an Attorney-at-Law to Prosecute poenaed, with the date of the issuance of the Said tuberculosis hospital shall care for and
prisoner 4 not needed by the Board of Commissioner the owner or occupant to erect and maintaina to enter into contracts ion, and to Those Charged \\ ith the Commission of subpoena.A treat without charge indigent patient, but
of State Institutions for work at gate at each place where said easement internets make such rules and regulations as may be Crime and Offense Against the Laws of the Motion Docket, upon which sbal be en may collect from patient financially able such
the State Prison Farm shall be leased by a fence which gate shall be kept closed necessary for, the construction and mainten State, Before the County Judge's Court and tered by attorneys all motions to submit charges as the tuberculosis commissioner may
said Board; provided a satisfactory price can when not opened for passage; and the gates ance of such highways and bridges as may: to 1-ix and I'rescribe the Compensation ofSuch ted to the court. from time to time establish. Said board of
AU excess prisoners may be erected and maintained shall be in substantial by law or by resolution of any Board of Attorney A Judgment Assignments and Satisfaction tuberculosis commissioner ball have the
b obtne.counties or placed upon the State roads.No conformity with the character of the fenceat County Commissioners be placed under its Be It Enacted by the Legislature of the State Record, in which shall be entered at length power to extend the benefits and privilege of
prisoners subleased; Provided, such intersection. supervision and control, together with all powers of Florida: all assignments and satisfactions of judgments, such hospital and. treatment to the home oi
,- that cuntie shal working b cnvicts may Sec. 3. That for the purposes of this Act for the exercise of the right of eminent Section 1. From and after the passage of decrees or orders rendered or of record in said persons puttering from tuberculosis and to furnish
. have right at expiration of present the word "practicable" as used in section one domain; and it shall be the duty of the Sale this Act, it shall be lawful, and the Board of court No assignment or satisfaction shall be nurses, instruction, medicine and attend
: contract to renew their contracts for the shall be held and construed to mean "withoutthe Road Department to prepare plans and spec County Commissioners of the several and rca entered, elsewhere than in said book, and any ance and all other things necessary to effect
,. ) number of convicts they are now working at use of bridge, ferry or turnpike." fications for all such proposed work, pective counties of the State of Florida, are assignment or satisfaction shall, to entitle it a cure and to stamp out tuberculosis in such
the price now paid the State. Sec. 4. Al laws in conflict with any of the than maintenance work of a regular or routine lierby empowered, in their discretion, to em to record, be in writing and duly acknowledged county Said Board of tuberculosis commissioners
., Sec 6. That all prisoner lea ed under the provisions this Act are hereby repealed. nature, and to advertise for bids on same ploy an attorney-at.law to prosecute all per in the manner provided for the acknowledgment may extend the privileges and use of
provisions of this Act whether to Boards of Sec. 5. This Act shall take effect immediate at least once a week for not less than two con sons, firms or corporations charged with tIncommission of deeds. He shall enter a note of the hospitals to persons afflicted with tuberculosis -
County Commissioners or to private lessees ly upon its passage and approval. or upon its secutive weeks in some newspaper having a of any crime or offense against the satisfaction on the margin of the record ol who are non-residents of such county upon
shall be guarded, fed clothed, given proper becoming law without such approval. general circulation in the county where the laws of the State in or before the County the judgment, decree or order. No satisfac such terms and condition a* said tuberculosis -
medical attention and otherwise maintained Approved May 23, 1917. proposed work is located; and the State Road Judge's 1 Court tion by an alleged assignee of a judgment, commissioners may from time to time
at the of the lessees who shall also Department may at its discretion, award the Sec. 2. The Board of County Commissioners shall be entered until an assignment as hereinbefore by.its rules and regulation prescribe.
pay all exp of transporting such prisoners CHAPTER 7327-No. 69). proposed work to the lowest responsible bid of the several and respective counties of the provided shall have been produced Sec. 6. The board of tuberculosis commisSioners -
from the State Prison to their respective AN ACT Assenting to and Accepting the Provisions der, or it may reject al bids and proceed to State, employing an attorney as provided in to the clerk and entered.A shall make to the Governor and to the
camps and return at the expiration of the of an Act of Congress Approved July perform the work convict labor or free Section One of this Act shall fix and pres Record of Foreign Judgments, in which State Board of Health an annual report show
All State convicts shall be at all 1 A. D. 1916. the Same Being Entitled: labor, and may purchase such equipment and crib the compensation to be paid such attor he shall enter all transcripts of judgments in ing the number of patients, the condition oi
times leas under the supervision of the Commissine Act to Provide That the United States supplies as may be necessary for the efficient I'rovided that no Board shal contractto other counties of the State, and of judgments the tuberculosis hospital, the various turn
of Agriculture and the Board of Com Shall Aid the State in the Construction of and economical prosecution of the work. pay a salary than $!O of county courts, county judges and justices! received from taxes and other sources, and .
of State Institutions who shall pre- Rural Post Roads, and for Other Purposes," Sec. 5. The Department shall as often as per annum, payable monthly out of the J of the peace courts, and judgments and de how much moneys have been upended and
scribe such rules and regulation as may be and All Acts Supplementary Thereto; andMaking practicable have the State Road Commissioner and Forfeiture Fund of the County. crees of United States Courts held in this fur what purpose.
deemed for their safe keeping, main- Appropriations to Meet the Condi- or an assistant, visit the several counties and Sec. 3. Al laws or parts of laws conflict State .Sec. 7. Each board of tuberculosis commissioners -'
tenance neesr discipline; and said Board shall tions of the Federal Aid Road Act, and Providing inspect the roads therein and the methods of ing with provisions hereof, are hereby re A Lis Pendens Docket, in which shall be created and existing under the provisions
execute such contract with the lessees and an Assessment of a Half Mill on All road construction and repair and the materials pealed. recorded all notices of lis pendens. of this Act, shall be a corporation, with
require such bond for the performance of of the Taxable Property in This State to used in building and repairing roads by the Sec. 4. This Ac shall become effective up Indexes, alphabetical, direct and inverse, to power to adopt a seal, to sue and contract.
same as shall be to carry out the Met the Same County Commissioners therein, and make re on its passage approval all of the foregoing books and to acquire and dispose oi property, both
of this necessr and colored pris- lie It Enacted by the Legislature of the Stateof ports thereof to the Department. All the re Approved May 21, Sec. 2. That Section 1832 of the General real and personal, and to do every other act
'J& pus upon Ac the public roads of the Florida: cords, books, contracts, machinery, imple Statutes of the State of Honda be and the and thing necessary to the proper discharge of
. State or of any county of this State shall be Section 1. That the Legislature of the State ments, materials, properties and premises un CHAPTER 7332-No. 74). same is hereby amended to read as follows: its duties and function u a board of tuberculosis
ti/ worked in separate squads and confined in of tlorida in behalf of and for the said State der the control or jurisdiction of the several AN ACT for the Appointment, Compensation,, "1832. Record Book to Be Kept-He shall commissioner.
": separate vans, or other give its assent to the provisions Boards of County Commissioners of the severa Expenses, Duties and Power pf Probation be, in the county in which he is Clerk the Sec. 8. This Act shall take effect upon its
SeeS 6. That stokde prisoner strucures required and requirements of a certain Act of Congress countie. and the construction and repair Officers in Counties of 9,0 or More Population recorder of deeds, and of all other papers not becoming a law.
to work more than sixty hours in of the United States, Approved July 1 A. D. shal.at al times be subject to inspec and Having More Circuit pertaining to the Circuit Court which be maybe Approved June 5, 1917.CHAPTER .
one week or more than eleven hour in 1916 the same being entitled "An to provide tion Road Department, and shall Court Judges. required by law to record.
any any one day, which time that the United States shall aid the Statesin be submitted by such County Commissionersfor Be I Enacted by the Legislature of the State For the purposes of such recording he shall 7337-No. 79).
time spent in going to shal returning from the construction of Rural Post Roads, and inspection to the State Road Commissioner Florida: keep: AN ACT to Amend Section 738 of the General A
work and no prisoner shall be required to for other purposes," and all Acts supplementarythereto or to such assistant a may be detailed to Section 1. That in all counties of 90.000 or A Record of Deeds, in which he shall re Statute of Florida, Relative to Trustees of
perform during such time any labor in excess and that the State Road Department mane such inspection. In all cases whre the more ppulation and having two or more CirCUIt cord all deeds, and all leases of land, and all County Bonds
of his ability to perform such labor in such of the State of Florida, being clothed with Department shall learn that road repair or con the Governor of the State power of attorney to execute any such instruments Be It Enacted by the Legislature ol the State
time without of his physical con certain duties and powers affecting public struction work is being improperly or extravagantly of Florida, upon recommendation of the and all agreements relating to conveyance of Florida: 4
impairment roads in this State be and it is hereby author. done, or improper or inferior materials County Commissioners of said counties, shal of land which may be in form entitled Section 1. That Section 799 of the General
diton.S 7. That the expense for maintenance ized and empowered to receive the grants of are being used in such work, in any appoint a Probation Officer, of either to record.A Statutes be amended to as to read a* follow
convicts at the State Prison Farm and money appropriated under the said Act of county, 1 as to cause a loss or waste of public such counties, who shall be known a the record of mortgage on real or personal "Sec. 799 1.803) When the County Commissioners -:
for the of said 'Farm, and the Congress an apply the same to the pubhcroads funds, it shal be the duty of the Department Probation Officer of such county of which he property and powers ol attorney, embracing shall have issued bond aforesaid,
other improvement of the State Prison system, and bridges in this State in accordancewith to notify the County Commissioners of the or she is appointed The term of the Probation a power to execute mortgage which may be they shall appoint by resolution of their Board
shall be expenses paid from the proceeds of the hire of the terms and conditions expressed in tht same, and point out to them the defects discovered Officer shall be for lour years from dateof in form entitled to record to be recorded in the minutes, a financial com,
Slate convicts and the receipts from said said Act of Congress and all Acts supplemen. and if, after such notice is given. the appintment. The duties and authority of A record of liens in whicn he shall record all mittee of three persons, who hall be resident
farm, and an appropriation of said funds ors tary thereto. County Commissioners continue in the use of the snail be those prescribedfor statutory liens required or permitted to be free holder of the county, to be styled Trustees -
much thereof be is here Sec. 2. That for the purpose of the construction such improper methous or materials, the matter Probation Officers by Chapter 6216 of the recorded.A oi County Bonds, who hall each
by made for such a may purposes ncesry.; that of rural post roads in this State, as provided shall be reported by the Department to the Acts of 1911, and such other duties as may beprescribed mortgage and lien assignment book, in bond running to the Chairman oi the Board give
should such funds become exhausted or insufficient for in the said Act of Congress to hich Governor.Sec. by law. The salary of Probation which shall be recorded, all assignments .of of County Cwnmissioncra and has successors
to said expenses, then such assent is hereby given, and that the said State 6. Inall cases where the County Commissioners Officers in such counties shall be $1,800 per mortgages or statutory liens presented to him m office, with Sufficient securities, in such sum
mee be paid ol Florida may receive from the Federal Government of the several counties shall requestthe annum. The salary of the Probation Officers for record No assignment shall be entered as may be required by the County Commissioners
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from expenses the so General a Revenue necessary shal, and the such sum or sums of money as are now advice and assistance of the State Road shall be paid monthly by the County Commissioner elsewhere than in such book, and any assign conditioned that the said Trustee hall
amount for this is hereby or may hereafter be annually apportioned to this Department in the construction or repair of of the said counties out of the Fine ment shall, to entitle it to record, be in writ faithfully discharge the trust confided to him,
purpose
necessary State as provided in the said Act of Congress roads, the Department shall, when practicablesend and Forfeiture Fond in equal monthly installments ing and duly acknowledged in the manner and shall pay over and duly account for all such
appropriated. all existing law insofar they the sum of $ GOOO is hereby appropnated and the State Road Commissioner or an assistant at the annual rate herein fixed. The provided for the acknowledgment of deeds. sums of money a* may come into his band
do S. conflict with the provisions of this a Act shall be available for the year beginning JulyI into such county and render all assistance population of said counties shall be deter He shall enter a note ol assignment upon the by virtue of such trust, which laid bond* shall
shall remain in full force and and all A. D. 1916. and the sum of $112,000 is here practicable in the premises, without mined by the last census of the State whether margin ol the record of the mortgage or lien. be approved a* to the form and the sufficiency
cfe shall be available for the the that the actual taken authority of the United States Government and satisfaction book in
laws and parts of laws insofar do con- by appropriated and expense to county except by A mortgage hen of sureties by the Board oi County Commissioners
a A.D. 1917 and the sum ofltiS,000 of the said Commissioner or of the State of Florida. recorded satisfaction of mort
with the provisions of Act, and yea beginning July 1. traveling epense or which shall be ; and the County Commissioners
fic b and b; paid by the requesting Sec. 2. Probation Officer appoint. Mo such satisfaction shall
hereby $ is hereby appropriated! shal assistant county Any now gages and liens. may, from time to time, a* circumstance
same 9. are That this Act repealed.shall take effect upon available for the year oegmnmg July D. such service: Provided, That the State ed in such counties shall be the Probation be entered elsewhere than in such book, and require, demand additional security Irom may
its S. and by the Governor or 1918. The said sums, or so much thereof a Road Department may. and is hereby authorized Officer of such county for the remainder any satisfaction to entitle it to record, hall such Trustees." any
upon its becominz approval a law without his approval. shall be necessary to make available! ..the to locate and designate' certain roads in their present term, but with the compensationand be in writing and duly acknowledged in the Sec. 2. All laws and part ol law in conflict
Approved amounts to which the State ot Florida 1'1 oe the State as State Roads and to construct and expenses provided in this Act. manner provided for the acknowledgment of with the provision oi this Act be and the
June-5 191.CIAPER entitled under the provisions of the said Act maintain the same with funds which are now Sec. 3 The Probation Officer of such counties deeds. No satisfaction by an alleged assignee same are hereby repealed.
7325-No. 67). of Congress are hereby appropriated from any or may hereafter become available from the hereby empowered to employ two assistants of a mortgage or lien debt shall be entered Sec. 3. This Act ball take effect immediately -
State Treasury not other the State and Federal Government, of either The salary of such assistants hereinbefore provided
AN ACT State Convict Road fund or funds in the State or sex. until an assignment as its and the
upon approval
passage by
Force and to Authorize a the Working of wise appropriated and a special levy of not exceeding and provide further, That the State Road sbal be $900 and $480 per annum. The shall have been presented to the clerk and Governor, or upon iu becoming a law without
Same to Provide for of one mill on each dollar of in a similar manner, locate salary assistants so employed shall be entered. He shall enter a note of satisfaction such
Certain Prisoners approval.
; one-hal
;. their Housing. Feeding on Clothing Guarding the of all taxable property and designate certain other roads in this Stateas paid by the County Commissioners of said on the margin of the record of the mortgage Approved June S. 1917.CHAPTER .
and General Care Provide for their within the State of Florida is hereby provided State Aid Roads and to construct and maintain counties out of the Fine and Forfeiture Fundin or lien
-: ; t and the General the said special levy to be assessed and collectedas the same with funds raised from Federal, equal monthly installments at the annualrate A register, in which he shall, at the time
Transportation Conditions Under Supervision Which They Shall Be other tax moneys are assessed and collected State or county sources. All such State and herein fixed. of filing any instrument for record, enter the 7338-No. 80). a
and to be remitted to the State Treasurerand State Aid Roads to be built and maintained Sec. 4. The actual expenses of the Probation names ol the parties to such instrument, with AN ACT Authorizing Counties to Exercise
Worke the of the Stateof used to replace any fund or funds from under the supervision and control of the State Officer and his assistant. incurred in the the number thereof, under the respective the Right of Eminent Domain, to Acquire
by Legislature which the foregoing appropriations are made. Road Department. The term "State Aid" as discharge of the office of the head of "Grantor" and "Grantee," the kind Property for Certain Purpose. Prescribing
Section Florida: be and is hereby The foregoing appropriations shall be paid out used in this Act is hereby defined as assist Probation Officer, in such counties, not to of instrument and date and hour of filing the Procedure in Such Actions, and providing
create 1.State There sbal Road Force which only on warrants drawn by the State Comptroller ance rendered the respective counties by the exceed $50.00 per month shall be paid by the Also, an Incorporation Book, in which he for the Payment of Property ao Ac.
a 300 State prisonerscapable in payment of vouchers or bills duly State in the construction and maintenance of County Commissioners of such counties out of shall record all articles of incorporation required quired.
shall include of not more road than work in the opinion of approved by the State Road Commissioner of roads designated by the State Road Depart- the Fine and Forfeiture Fund, and the County by law Be It Enacted by the Legislature of tie State
doing the State of Florida and countersigned by the ment a State Aid Roads, continguent upon Commissioners are hereby authorized and Inaeies. alphabetical, direct and inverse, to of Florida:
the
State Prison
I'hysician Road Force Chairman and Secretary of the State Road Department the county or counties s aided or assisted directed to issue their warrants for such expenses all of the foregoing books. Section 1. All Counties in the State are
Sec. The said State
shall 2 under the supervision and provided, that the State Road Com- furnishing not less than one-half the total cost 'lut County Commissioners of such Sec 3. That all law and parts ol law m hereby delegated authority to exercise the
directly Road Department sub mi 'sioner and the members of the Highway of the proposed work on such State Aid Roads counties are hereby authorized to furnish conflict herewith be and they are hereby re right and power of emintnt domain, that i*
control of State
ject the the of the Board of Commissioners Commission shall each be required to give and also bearing not less than one-half of the such necessary equipment for the use of the pealed.* the right to appropriate property, except State
to supervision
Institutions and the said bond in the sum of $10,000.00 for the fauhtul cost of maintenance thereof. Probation Officer and his assistants as may Approved June 1, 1917. or Federal, for any County purpose; and the
of State
State Road is hereby; authorizedto performance of their duties, the premium to Sec. 7. It shall be the duty of the Attorney be required for the proper conduct of the of- absolute fee simple title to all property so
Department assistants and clerical be paid by the Slite. General of the State to compile the laws of fice. CHAPTER 7336-No. 78). taken and acquired shall vest in such County
employ such additional such and make such Sec. 3. Should there be any funds remaining this State relating to rods. for the use of the Sec. 5. The Probation Officer shall be the AN ACT to Authorize the Counties of Florida mIens the County leeks to condemn a particular -
help employ guards for the efficient from the half-mill assessment. a providedin State Road Department. shall also be the Clerk of the Juvenile Court of such counties to Establish and Maintain Tuberculosis right or estate in such property.Sec. .
purchases as may be necessary of the State Convict Section 2 of this Act after the appropria- legal advisor of the Department and shall and the duties of such Clerk. Hospitals, to Provide for the Levy of Taxes 2. The Board of County Commissioners
economical
and employment for. therein named have been replaced, the render such advice and assistance as may, See peror. laws and parts of laws in con for the Establishment and Maintenance of may, by resolution, authorize the acquirement
Force herein provided tions as
Rod It shall be the duty of the State said funds shall be used, in the discretion ot from time to time be required to carry out the .ith the provisions of this Act be and Such Hospital and for the Creation pf by eminent domain of property, real or personal
S 3 the Board of Com the State Department, for the construction or provisions of this Act same are hereby repealed.Sec. County Boards of Tuberculosis Commissioners for any County use or purpose designated
Deparment to notify the brgm- maintenance of roads under the supervision Sec. 8. The Department shall report to the 7. This Act shall go into effect immediately and Defining Theft Powers and for in such resolution.Sec. .
Institutions at
miioners of State of the said Department and coir.rol of the said Department; the said Governor not later than sixty days before the upon its becoming a law. Other Purposes Properly Connected Therewith 3. Suit shal be instituted by such
1 fiscal year number of they funds to be paid out in the manner providedfor meting of each session of the Legislature Approved May 12, 1917.CHAPTER County by petition filed in the office of the
men
) :. of the approximate State Convict Road Force disbursing the said appropriations made in such changes in the law as they find expedient Be It Enacted by the Legislature ol the State Clerk of Circuit Court of the County in which
can use in the results in road construction the lies, which shall act
best property petition
i the of Florida
of this Act. to secure :
. the 2
during the ensuing year giving numbers approximate will Scion 4. AU laws and parts of laws in conflict and repair work. The Department 7333-No. 75). Section 1. Whenever a petition signed by forth: (1.) A description of the property
dates on which certain Commissioners herewith are hereby repealed.Sec. shall also render to the State Treasure monthly AN ACT to Amend Section 2044- of the General not less than 25 per cent ol the qualified voters sought to be acquired. (2.) The purpose for
b required; and the Board of deliver to 5. This shall take effect upon its statements of all moneys expended, and Statutes of Florida, Being An Act fixing of: any county shall be presented to the Conn- which such property i* to be acquired. (3.)
Slate Institutions shall thereupon of the and Ac a law. shall, before the meeting of each regular session the Compensation of Judges of the ty Commissioners of such county, asking The interest or estate in said property to be
the State Road Department the for time use stated. passage Approved May 1917. of the Legislature, file with the Governor County Courts of Various Counties of that a tax be levied annually for the establishment acquired. (4.) The name of the occupant ol
State Convict Rod oree, the % a report of the operation of the Department the State of Florida. and maintenance ol a county tuberculosis the property, and the names, place ol residence
, the number of men require or a. nearly CHAPTER 7328-No. 70). for the preceding two years Be It Enacted by the Legislature of the Stateof hospital in such county, said County legal disabilities (if any), and the interest
.' numbe. required as ae employed on \N ACT to Amend Chapter 6 of the Acts Sec. 9. In case the Congress of the UnitedState Florida: Commissioners shall order that an election of all owner, mortgagee, judgment
4. Should any prisoner become of the Legislature of 1915. Same Being shall enact any law to aid in the building Section 1. That Section 2044 of the General shall be held to determine whether such tax creditors: and lien bolder, if the sane can,
the State Convict Road Force he shall per Entitled "An Act I'rovidinj for the Cra- roads in the several States, and under Statutes of the State of Florida be amended shall be levied. The County Commissioners by diligent search, be ascertained
manently disabled while s employed Convict Road ton of a State Road Department; Providingfor such law any funds are apportioned to this so as to read as follows: shall appoint a day for the holding oi said Sec. 4. If any interest in the property orany t
be transferred from the State Prison the Appointment of the of Such State such funds shall be expended under the "In each county where the population exceeds election and shall publish notice ol such election lien thereon, belongs to the unsettled estate -
Force to the hospital of the State Far are Department; Prescribing Their Duties andPowers supervision of the State Road Department. 22,000 people the Judge of the County in a newspaper published in said county of a decedent, the executor or admiais-
and there remain in a similar manner a of of the amount of annual salary of $1,200, consecutive weeks prior trator shall be made the defendant with
of his Providing for the Employment a Sec. 10. Fifteen per cent Court shall receive an once a week for four party
other prisoners until the expiration health shall improve State Road; Commissioner and Creating a all licenses collected upon automobiles automobile payable quarterly by the County Treasurer.This to the date of such election. Such election respect to such interest without joining the
term or until his condition of his return Fund for the Maintenance Thereof." trucks and other motor driven vehicles, compensation shal exclude all salary, shall be held at the several places where the devisee or heir, and if a trust estate, the
to such an extent as to permit Force. Be It Enacted by the Legislature of. the Stateof shall hereafter be paid over to the State Treasurer fees. or other compensation which the said last genera election was held in laid county, trustee shall be made the defendant without a
to the State Convict Road Florida: to be kept in a special fund for the maintenance Judge of the County Court a such might receive unless the County Commissioners shall otherwise joining the cestui que trust. No married woman
Sec. 5. The laws and regulations a now of That Chapter 6SS3. of the Laws of Forda, of the State Road Department and or be entitled to, under or by virtue of order. The form of the ballot for such shall be made a party defendant vita respect
. in force affecting the escape Acts of the Legislature of 1915. the same shall be remitted to the State Treasurer any other laws, but it shall not exclude or.affect election shall be "For the Levy of a Tax.for to any inchoate right of dower.
I faithful service
5) prcner. and gain time for in the State Act providing for the creation of a State Road as other tax moneys are remited any salary,* fees, or other compensationwhich County Tuberculosis Hospital," or "Againsthe Sec. S. There shall be annexed to the petition
to all prisoners use in this Act. Department; providing for the appointmentof Sec. 11. The provisions of Ac become the County Judge, as such, may receive Levy of a Tax for County Tuberculosis an affidavit made by the Chairman of the
.- Convict Road t'orc as \ may the members of such department; prcrb : operative immediately upon it passage or be entitled to.' Hospital," and at rich election every qualified Board of County Commissioners, or by the attorney -
. ii. S i The State Road Department State their duties and powers: providing and approval by the Governor.Sec. Sec. 2. All laws and parts of laws in conflict elector may vote. for said Board, that diligent search
I in discretion apply the labor for to m employment* of a State Road Commissioner, 12. All laws and of laws in conflict herewith are hereby repealed.Sec. Such election shall be conducted and the and inquiry have been made by th* County
_. Convict Road Force herein provided either and creating a fund for the maintenance thereof herewith be and are hereby repealed. 3. This Act shall take effect immediately canvass oi the votes certified to and returned to ascertain the names place of residence,
the construction and maintenance the several be amended to read follows: Approved May 19, 1917. upon approval by the Governor or uponliecoming and the returns canvassed in the manner and legal disabilities (if any), ants interest of the
.
State State Aid roads giving a
I.N or service Section 1. 1 here is hereby created and there a law without such approval. ithin the time prescribed for general elections owner and mortgagee and that those a* acertamed *-
counties of the State a nearly equal of the shall hereafter a State Road Deparmentconsisting CHAPTER 7329-(No. 71). Approved May 30, 117.CHAPER except as otherwise provided herein are set forth in the petition. A notice
[ > a practicable; -rovidt that no par worked of b persons appointed by AN Prohibiting the Use of Public Roads and except that the return hall be delivered or notices directed "To All Whom It May
State Convict Rod shall the Governor \ to confirmation by the State of AC State for Traffic of an Unusual or 7334-No. 7G). to the Chairman and Clerk of the Board ol Concern," and containing the name* oi all the
II upon any State Aid Road unless Aid Road countyin is Senate the subject Governor shall appoint the members Destructive Character. AN ACT Compensation of all County Commissioner, shall canvas the returns defendant* named in the petition hall be issued 3
which such proposed State than of of: such Department one from each Congressional Be It Enacted by the Legislature of the Stateof County Officials Now Paid in Whole or in and declare the result and cause the by the Clerk within two day after filing
located shall provide not less onehal District as now defined and limited Florida: Part on the Basis of Fees Or CommissiontBe same to be recorded in their minutes. II the the petition, commanding them to be and appear '
the the total cost cost of of maintaining the proposed the convicts, inclusivof employed in this State and one front the State at large Section 1. It shall b unlwful for any individua It Enacted by the Legislature of the State majority ol the votes east at such election in said Circuit Court on a day named in
also to bearS for of four years, except that in ap- firm or drye, propl of Florida: shall be for the levy of a tax for m county aid notice, not lew than 30 nor more than
on such work. and alee future a pro first membership of the Dpar- have driven, Section L The compensation of each county, tuberculosis: hospital, the Board oi County 40 day from the date thereof, lad to thaw
n leu than one-hall o the ct tail at any one fo a term Oe opte o t hard-urfaced pnb1 road official now paid in whole o in part on the Conmisskmer than be authorized and required what right, title or interest they have Ii or

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iboald not be taken f0 OKI and p K State Auditor IhJ have and the enforced against the movement of tick-icfested ("ata'n.. assistants -- -- : -
agents and other -
iorth in the petition which eecs officer on the first Monday in May in the
; State Auditor ; of issue
Dobe lhl b sm p.e. a te ad present cattle from any tick-iniested area in this empiuyee of Beard County joined as aforesaid; bat
authorized Duval eW-
by the in all sid duly on the third Monday In May.See. a -
te of po lhf se maDe "uditor. and shall pan State or area in which systematic tick eradication by a. are hereby empowered to enter 3. The term vf said shall shall net be required m aca-io, ** '****
respondcndnm are his duties court
under the
.w. of the fal ,? which '
work is earned county he does V
deio not being under the upon grounds V
any or
I premise this resij
lets than 13 dais return and the State o i commence in County of Clay on the *
AM second such *
be direction of the State notion to T as
t \utor. L.e Mock Sanitary Slate for tOe purpose of Jn i>ecuon. quarantine dissolve, ,
note Sec. 3. That Monday in October; in me County i/f
c o.leh 0 Doee- noie an receive compensation Board. Provided that Commissioners Sec. lass and
or duinicclion. or to
County out
parts of
be carry any on the Fourth Monday In a,
may at Sall
necessary service same rate or the State i3ict h'rtsith
t O tb of Utor.In
th "udit0 no county shall other this arc hereby
sb money provisions of '
or
appropriate Any person tbe rcjea.s-j
defendants of Johns
from time to time Act County on tbe secondMonoay
may b su ad present Ste Auditor, together fo dipping vats or co-operation with State persons who lorceably resists, opposes in St and in Approved May 13, 1917,
the
returnable above stated to with ; County of
a his actual
n Sa\'embr
I dT ( el traveling expenses or }'ee \ or both in excess of Impede or Interferes withtue Duval
uthotc pre\ents on In
days. Days abolished in Monday November.
are incurred while fourh
Rae on and the 2 CHAPTER
any alleged to p ofCI bsinC m per anum the assessed valuationof !tte 'eternaa. or any member of Sec. 4. That if the County cf n.gle is AX 4-ixo. 9.i
necessary amount the ACT
deedt b f0 provisions
I thecounty, and that me State Ut.k Reg-aLatteg the
no Sanitary
a non-resident of Sr. o the name of this is en cmpuls Bad a State created under the provisions of the Act of iendnts -eare. cj
o -c systematic tick eradication work Live Stock i.n %fl Suits
appoprted or authorized Brought
.
residence of any deiendtnt i? alleged to be unknown Act its cmpu. In.ptor. the present .UIOD approved by tbe Governor Courts of in tb cj
S. II1c scary dipping of cattle shall be te State
said
eec on many tbe execution of FIor
or if any defendant cannot personally Boad 1 on the %Uh day of.April. 117 tbe Fai:
b ple ad by Gveo. county or of the State by or with of his duties or of the hether Defendants are ,
_ served, the notice May U, 191.. dstnc 01 aCCUt Tem of said Fourth Jud.clal Circuit Court 'er '
be Ok lhl'QU the State Live Stock Sani execution of hia duties .hal fined not less ball commence in the County of Flagler on or by Publication, and Provi4in5
published
to 4 consecutive
weeks in tome o newspaper wek fo published in S3). tar lod any Board of County lomllio. than UIO, nor more Jl.OOu. or b im the first Monday In Otobr. and the Spring Entry of Decree Proof (ofe yj1 t8.
CHPERXo. c. ay State Vetc. an election prsne for not less than one month or more Term the Defendant to 'ippay
County and the Clerk shall mail a certi- ACT bfore of said Court in aid
AX 2S30 of the L'c It
Son shall have been county district one year or both such fine and Impris Enacted by the Legs'.tur
the last
copy of such notice to each General Statutes of Florida, in which 1 o onmeuLkc County on Monday In Mach of Florida
the work be earned :
defendant at hit place of residence as name in Relating to the Making of is t on ;. S 5. That all law to : "action ,
Annual Report and a majority of the qualified electors voting 1 Whenever said Board shall find j Tb.t
th puo and h shall a file a certificate by Common Carriers to the Railroad Com said th t there exist at tem. of court In the Fourth Judicial Circuit fendant or defendants up.n dfanit s.f Sny *
which mode ofI in election have declared In favor 01 any place In the State in far the same are in conflict situ in any -
1 .
I c lul shall as effectual as though the mllie. cmpubor systematic tick eradication work, communicable, COttllvl. or infectious 11- this Act and the same are hereby r-- brought in the Circuat Count of the
de the b
by Legislature of Stateof Florida
b Eled cases
B th catrtle dipping. Such election in cattie. hogs or other domestic in Chancery shea
served with Florida compugr 11. ttrti j
cess h b pay lis Section 1. That: any general election acording mali 1 snail have the power to designate pale Appro\d May 9, In;. is made personally, to enter hi, o
o Jf Section :of the Gel to the laws and procedure of el such p.ace or locality and to prohibit theittoigctlon f'earance pots the ala. i..A _. -
be filed and recorded in Statutes oi the State ceera lon -- ---- 'Ii
may of be 'C
ot or at a special election into or removal from such locality CHAPTER 7143 (Xo. 91). issued in said cause: or wh' 5titpe
sha b -
All
S. persons not all.e.ill same is hereby amended to read as follows and held the of any cattle. bog or other by publication
return dar. whether under 1 I according to l"l governing domesicaDInal. AX ACT to Prescribe the Time of Holding: upon the day sin
:
dbl -- sp elections._ anI to place such locality in Quarantine the Terms the Circuit Court In for order of publication ,f the m
it, or not. snail by the Section ca u of and same be a :
default b bud against prodlgsad : liroas to Make Annual Re > a. saw coara shall nave the maintain .ICI quarantine aa lung the Tenth Judicial Circuit of Florida.Be and if not a rule day then on the rue
may tem pens.-It duty of al common it shall be its duty from time to p"crand such Board ab deem ana rucccedng the day fixed
1
It in
shall who tm neel& Enacted by the Legislature of the the order
prevent person
nOhl1 any carriers to the provision this chapter while such lication of
record to be interested in the property lubJe make, promulgate and enforce rules regulations quarantine shall continue 1.h.,1 State of Florida: tne complainant or p
t mke to the Railroad Commisioner for carrying out the provisions and be !Iega for any Urn or corporation Section such suit may have
from appearing before the jury to contest for such JrBD 1. That the time of holding the a decree pro
said
and claim the amount of compensation that beconceives ,aanl11. at time as requirements of this Act and power to establish la tke or IUCh animals either out term of the Circuit Court In and for the entered again5t such defendant cay
designate, and in accordance with such maintain and enforce quarantines ia of or Into suck quarantined locality, and any :lec. 2. All 1555
any Tenth Judicial Circuit of shall and ,
be due for the As soon part of
property. forms said Commissioners shall Florida b I Liw h
as t after the return day of the writ & prescribe, of the cOltes. or parts ot counties, or any person who shall violate the provision ofthis hereinafter fixed. There t two ru. nict herewith shall be rcpcaj

it shall the duty the Judge of tat Circuit annual reports for the current year ending place in State oi Florida, or the whole of Section snail be guilty of a misdemeanorand lar terms of said court held in each countyof Approved May 4, M7.preme .

b cause c jury of 12 to beempaneled December 3st immediately preceding, which the State and to prescribe quarantine districts, snail be punished by a nne of not exceeding said Tenth Judicial Circuit each year to
shall
u t m statement or the organization, or areas, their locations and l.UUi or by imprisonment of not exceeding known the Spring Term and the .
what compensation shall riOs bunda- ,
b 97j
try ,
I J'al
b traffic and such other one ur by both such fine and AX .CT
capiultion. urns ries. and to restrict, regulate or )ea to Regulate the
made the defendants for the Term Procedure
to t irrespective orv benefit sought mane. cnnee_ thCr oranwb and movement or transportation of cattle, hog and Imprisonment pr6\ld.d however that no S. !. The Spring Term of the Circuit peals in Chancery Cause, from i5 A.

b appopte. proposed by the County, a id Cmmwloe. Ihal require other domestic aim into or out of thesame quarantine l a&na the for the Ttntl Judicial CIrcui shall Courts of the State of Florida the Cise 5

< which said report by affidavits when the said Board necessary muvemebl of tick-infested caLte from any commence In County of on second Court of Florida. to the S.
issue shall tned the manner
.hle b in same of the principal officers thereof, and said the dissemination of lick-infested area In this State into any March Be It Enacted
other fact are in tue said to prevent spread or Monday in ; In the County of by the Lrgitture
of
Commissioners shall tabulate th
and file said other
t annual infectious and communicable disease tick-infested area of this Stale, or of Florida
Circuit Thc jury shall cases view contagious, Lee on the second Monday In April, and in :
a unless the parties interested in reports and include them in their annual among cattle, hogs and other dume'ic area in which systematic lickeradicationwork the County of DeSoto on the first Monday Section 1. That from and after

th pony. dispense with the view report to the Geor. and the first report animals Said Board soal publish in such i* nut being carno on under the direction In May. The Fall Term of said Court shall of this Act whenever an appeal i the s'asssge

cause t be tried in vacation as hereunder shall b calendar year end- newspapers ot this Stte. a the said Board of the Stale stock Sanitary Board, commence in the County of Polk on the second the supreme Court of entey

11. Th term time may and the judge make ing Deemb 3st ISlfi. may select, notices of establishment of such before H.)1. 1>1>. Monday In October; in the County cf Leon interlocutory or final/made > any 4scree
shall take effect Sec. ty .
.el. m its la. who
orders for procuring a jury or in S. % upon quarantine lines, and such quarantine rues Any person shal knowingly the second Monday In November and cult court the parties to sad any
the Governor. ,
nee approval by and and public and wilfully violate any of provision f the DeSoto the stipulate and cars
It the cannot regulations place < County of on Monday in agree in
jury
to tnt writing
( June 5. 111.. this Act shall te guilty of a misdemeanor. what
ittrv te rmnttltltA. ace Approved such quarantine lines rules. and regulations at December. and parts of the t.ar. .i por.
anot. : Tbe' Judge of said Court snail court houses and on public highways and and upon conviciiun thereof .hal be punished Sec. 3. All laws and parts of laws In conflict trothiced in the -trial- --shall---- be---- iThO5y .
ap 7342-No. H). by fine not ", imprisonment included i
exceeding or by
Cl.-PER other public places.bee. OlO with the of this Act are transcript of record
a guardian ad litem for all defendants pro\'llons to Lie
pit AX ACT Section 113 of the General not exceeding one year or by sent to the S..
& laid Board shall have the hereby p'eme Court of Florida
are infants or are under other legal disabilities rpeled fur the
Statutes of the State of Florida Relative par both such fine and
< -
its Imprl0nmenLSlc. Sec. shall take effect Immediately of said
and shall be ,
it duty as soon cause Provided
and the defendants whose names and a practicable howeser
to the Keeping of Certain Record Book I>. who thai
and the guardian ad after its organization to select and employ a Any pnun "hal knowingly upon its passage and approval by tbe cae of appeal the decree 1
adat are unko.D and Making of Reports by the Comptroller shall be anal wilfully \ollte fall to Keep or perform Governor.Approved. court c' of th
who an expert appealed from
experienced
be of the person shall
a .
led copy orde of This any rule or regulation of said Board in every ea
Stte May 1%, 1317. copied full
in contagious and communulie.ad in in the
of his appointment at least 10 days It
Be It by the Legislature of the Stateof UOU5 ball be guilty of a misdemeanor and upon transcyp of recr&
of cattle, hogs and other Approved
tnal of said cause. The court snail have full May 26,1917.CIL'SPTER .
conviction shall
thereof be
Flord domestic animals, who shall a person oi recognized punished by a 7350- order amendments and CHAP1
t or grant to Section 113 of the General b flue of not l.OuO .
pwe abuity and skilled on diseases of exceeding or by imprisonment AX ACT provide the Time for
orders n to secure justiceto Statutes of the State of Florida be amendedso not both Holing 7-Xo. ),
such
cr and who stall be exceding one year or by the Terms of the Circuit Court AX ACT
animals
a
such Concerning
in the and also to graduate Vaiver
cu. grant read follows fine and imprisonment. of Oath t 8
to as :
a pe a veterinarian of a recognized and reputable Fourteenth Judicial Circuit of Florida 5Cr in Chancery.
113. Examination by Governor and Report- who snail be See :0. The Circuit Courts of this Slate Be It Enacted by the Legislature of theState EC it Enacted
school of veterinary medicine be
Sec. K. The the
of the sbkll
\rdi jury state: The office of Comptroller cf the State and the Veterinarian, In Chancery shall have the power to enforce of Florida: Legislature of th Stata
o
State
and designated
First: an accurate description of the property books, documents, records, and known a a any of the provision of this Act. and rule .
papers Section 1 be
fe. said State \ etennanan shall be the chief executive There shall three term of Section 1. If"the
taken; second, the compensation to be mdetbeo. shall be of of said Board hereto complainant in hi
lubjec to the examination1 officer of said Board 'and Secretary puruant by mandamus the Circuit Court of the Fourteenth Judicial shall waive flt
including a reasonable attorney's fee an answer under
the Governor of State or any person or Said shall nx the or temporary or permanent injunction eitheror Circuit of Florida in Jackson County only renuire oath, or *
deiedat'l attorney; and tnird. theamount persons he authorize to examine these theof. lad compensuon both, upon the application of aid an answer under oath wits
and
I at not $3yjv per annum and Bod two terms thereof in Calhoun County gard to certain rx-
.lk compensation to which each ; and on the first day of January of each exceeding against any person who ball \' each year. specified the
He
6wne is entitled, if sufficient facts are bore and year or oftener if called for by the the powers of fid SUte'elermana.for and provision of this Act or any such rule or Sec. 2. The Winter Term of the Circu-t answer of the defendant thouKderV.i ,
Court to adjudicate the distribution eer shall not be dismissed except cause, except such pan thereof
as shall
the shall make full be
Comptroller a for faith- regulaton. Court shall convene in Jackson County on directiy
bond in the sum oi JlV.Ow rCSpaflSise be such
proceeds.Sec. report of his official acts and proceedingsfor shal give Sec. 21. Al o.'ntr custodian or person the Second Monday in of each interrogatorja shafl be
,. The shall recite the verdictin al performance of his duty. Januar year. evidence in his favor. unless
judgment the fiscal the be in charge live stock which have been the
to to aui
year Gveror. shall the duty of all practitioner The Spring Term convene in Calhoun set down for be
7. It be
full and shall be that the hearing bill
property ten laid before the Legislature Sr. quarantined, and owner, tenant, custodians on and answer
hi sage. al County on the Fourth Monday in April. but OSIJy;
described be appropriated to the County veterinary medicine, and oi the owner may nevertheless be
and shall mike such further theConstitution or person charge or In used as an
report II possession The Spring Term shall Convene ..
in .
simple the particular right or estate in said i of any or dieted wit a Jackson the same meet
o anima Istok of any yard pasture, field Hall, enclosure ai cereioiore. on
may require lot County the second Monday in May. a no
lion
infectious
,
be appropriated to the County of in or an < building, which baa been Quar- to grant or dissolve an injunction
poYlllht Sec. 2. That laws and laws ) ,
al parts The Fall Term shall convene in Calhoun or on
tie paying or securing by de or communicable dcas. immediately upon antined under this Act shall comply with any other incidental motion in
upn conflict with Act be, and the fame are, the
caose
of County on the fourth Monday in Septjmber. ;
this
of the found gaining existing any >ut shall
compensation by tie not
StateUve
rule and the prevent
regulations prescribed by a defendant
pit mOt hereby
from
jury. r aled such disease in or among such domestic The Fall Term in Jackson County shall convene becoming a witness
his
in
Stock Board within
reasonable
Sanitary a own behalf
immediately
Sec 3. shall take effect under
The within Ac animals lue stock to the same to on the second Monday in October.Sec. any statute of this
S 11 County ten days or report lime, and clean and disinfect such livestock State.
its and the
lh of the judgment shall pay ate Governor upon passage approval by the tae'etennanan.. ,All such reports or premises, and shall destroy carriers, 3. All laws and parts of law, in conflict Sec. 2. This Act shall take effect immedi.

Court for the of the the and shall describe the with this Act are hereby ately its j I
use shall be in writing upon
repele.
defeDwt Approved May 21, 1917.CHAPTER or cause, or means of communcatlng any approval by the Governor
comDensation ascertained by diseased or live stock. and shall gi\e Se.4. This Act shall take and upon it? becoming or il
jur. ,m alma contagious, infectious or communicable diseases < a law without his approval J
the proceedings shall DC null and void Inles. 7343-Xo. S3). the name and oi the owner or person affecting such live stock, or infecting af! r September 1. 1917. Approved May K, 1917. II]

for lo cause, further tme. AX ACT to Repeal Section 10$ of the General in charge thereof, and the place where the such premise Any person who shall Injure Approved May 22. 1917.

30 allowed by .-Upon such same are kept destroy or attempt to destroy any CH.1'TERNO. .
99)
Statutes State
te of the of Florida, Relativeto
payment, and upon the recording, of the judg- the Keeping of Certain Record Books and tf cC. b. '1 person who has knowledge of property or equipment or facilities owned by CHAPTER 7231-(Xo. S3). AN" ACT to Amend >ection *>K of the Gee-
with the Clerk's that the existence: ol cuniagiuun, infectIous AX ACT Creating an Additional Judicial Circuit eral
certificate the any any firm company, corporation, Statutes 1916, of Florida
met ,
Details of Claims Filed. Inll\'ldual. Kelatmt
.1 communicable Wsesr in or among domestic in the State of to be Designated to
hat been paid into the Court in or Serving Notice
Florida oi
or equipment or the
or county or
any Sueing
cmplO Whereas, the IMs the Legislature property Jut of Writs
animals or use or who the Fifteenth
Circuit
deeds in said office theCounty ea IOk .hal and to of Error Criminal
clk'i facilities owned by the Stale ot Florida Judical in Cases.
passed An Act providing for a large amountof have that or Create the Circuit Providing
knowledge and Be
It
shall have full and Enacted
authorityto used or Intended to be used in the prevention Cour TerCf. by the Legislature
lwfu "irom of
detail work in connection with each claim live mock u alQlcled wttn or suffering for Circuit the State
Attorney
a Judge
upon and appropriate for control, suppression, or eradication of of Florida:
propr against the State which if fully complied with any such di'e Section
th use with the diseased animal or live stock any infectious, contagious or communicable L That at the time of
ae. um render it to employ additional to conceal such the filing
.ould necessary Territorial
though t Coty held the same by deed or clerical force. thereby causing a useless expense or knowledge of sucn diseased animal or live disease affecting cattle, hog or other domestic the Limits and Boundaries in the trial court of all writs of error in crim
of the
&at the ddCdaLS the purposes of said Act embodied stock from the State Veterinarian or any otherothcei animals, Ihal b guilty of amlsdeme.nor Seventh Ele\enth and Fifteenth Judicial inal cases, the clerk of the trial court shall

1 Any person aggrieved by the final representative or agent of said State upon conviction .hal be Circuits and Providing and Fixing forthwith issue and mail a sciie facias
in Section 106 of the General Statutes are completely or no
may have a writ or error as in com Live Stocu Sanitary Board or shall removeor punished for each and every by a the Time for Holding the Terms of the Cir- tice and copy of same to the

m law cases, but no writ of error shall b enforced covered and carried by other l..in that are being attempt to remove such animal or livestock fine not exceeding il.tiOO or imprisonment cuit Court in Said Judicial Circuits, andPrescribing officer of the court wherein the prosecuting

sued out after JO days from the rendition of therefore out a satisfactorymanner from the reach care or control of such nut exceeding one year, or by both such fine the Effect on Pending Cases in determined, and if the writ of error cause lies was

_ and such writ of in ; any officer, re relent tbe Said Circuits. the to
shall
in discretion of
judlmer error no t"t and imprisonment the circuit court, to the State
It Enacted by the Legislature of the Stateof Attorney of such
c I a snpersedeas .hee IIKCounty B Florida: tlve or agent of said Slate Live Stock Sanitary Court Be It Enacted by the Legislature of the Stateof circuit, and if to the Supreme Court, to the

paid the amount of the compensation Hoard. 2!. The County Commissioner of Flord Attorney General The
b Section 1. That Section 106 of the General S"c. attorney
for -
Sec. It shall be unlawful any person accepting set-
is heretic
created and
the Court I. here- Secio established vice
aforesaid
of Florida of
the State
to as to any County of are such notice shall
I Statutes of the State of Florida and the or cross any public highway return original of
to
prevent the County's appropriation of the b m.\'e upon with other ani- aulhorized and empowered to appropriatesuch an additional judicial circuit in the same to be filed with and become
V same is repealed.Sec. to expose to contact a part of 4
property pending the proceedings error. hereby < amount* of money aa they may deem State of Florida, and the circuit thereof the record in the
leave in public cour case Said
i 1 i Act to take effect upon it pa"sre mai, or to lane, carry or any clerk shall receive -
ia created
be
,
at any time after the writ of taken and approval by the place any animal or live stock known to l>e adequate and nres.ary fur the purposeof hereby to known designated 2c for such notice and copy to served

any defendant h shall take out of the Cur \ May 26, 19H.CHAPER GYeror.pprovd sufferIng from or afflicted with any contagiouk. constructing dipping Vat and of cooperal- the Fifteenth Judicial Circuit of the State of upon the prosecuting office,, and Sc lot

the amount t be due him. the Inl-toU or communicable ,disease,_except log with tbe officials of the State.Live Stock Forida Said Fifteenth judicial Circuit sbaK such notice and rnnv served noon .,.-! .t .

error snail DC dismissed in the supreme Court by and me written permission -- Sanitary Hoard in me eradication vi tne! of the Countie of tirowara.. torney of appellate ; :
court,
7344-(Xo. Sfl). to be
taxed
upon the certificate of the Clerk oi the Circuit the State Veterinarian, or some other omcer. southern cattle tick and the prevention and Palm .Bach. St. Lucie and Jkeechobee County CO>tS. as

Court that the deedt has taken out the AX ACT General tomed Section 29 of Chapter agent or representative of the State Lhe control of bog cholera and other contagious if Ac creating said county is ratified Sec. 2. That the notice scire
970. Statutes facias
the State of Florida or
01 shall
Stuck Sanitary disease of ani by a vote the for in
Bard and communicable people as provided rubstamially
(pstio.foesd and InfectlUI state: the
'ene the judge shall be satisfied Relating to RClulato. Supervision Sec. Iv. The Live Stock Sanitary mals. said Act. There shall b a Circuit Judge to the cause, the name of the parties

that any person or whether Control of Beeft Societies in Board shall by rule provide fur a safe and Sc. %3. The sum of JUO.dOO Is hereby appropriated and State Attorney in circuit who shall the return day of the venue of the trial court,
of
This State. destruction writ
iBid
pnons the the
effectual manner for disposal error, offense
under the defendant from fund In the Treasury be confirmed and hold office for
holding, any
are preventing charged, the
Be It Enacted by the Legislature I of the Stateof of the carcasses of domestic animal the apPinled degree of offense found ia verdict -
for carrying out \ the and
or obstructing the County from entering Florida: or live stock which shall have died not otherwise aproprUud by tonstitulon. It shall be witnessed in the sane of
or taking of the the provisions of this Act; provided, however shall receive the salary fur
upon
possession the
prop Section L That Section 29 of Chapter 6970, from or while afflicted with any contagious, lw presiding judge of the appellate court
erty after the County is entitled to do in that so much of this appropriation oflIu.Obo such
1. General Statutes infectious or communicable dll""s such ofcer and issued under the
of the State of Florida name and seal of the
such b be (hall be used See Seventh Judicial Circuit of the
may grant writs of assistance I be may and the amended a manner as to prevent the continuance or $ as may nee.ary clerk of the trial court. The form
think he same i hereby to read in the general expenses of the State of heretofore composed of the to be so
.
nenr. o may proceed by at- follows: spread of such contagion or infection.Sec. dlfra'lng Forda. used shall be substantially as follows
as of Stale Live Stock Sanitary Board including Counties Osceola, Voluna. Seminole :
tahmet contempt 11. The State Live Stock Sanitary Orange -
Sec. U. All cost* of proceedings cur shall be See. 29. Nothing contained in this Act shall Board shall have the power to condemn and the salary of the Stale Veterinarian. Brevard and St Lucie Suall be composed Incise ...............

paid by the County, except the cost upon the subordinate be construed t afe or apply to grand or destroy any live stock affected with any contagious Sec. 24. Chapter (44 and 5823. Law of of the Counties of Orange, Seminole Us- The State vs. of Fla. Court ol .............

writ of error taken by a ddeodt in which loges 1fSO. Odd Fellow; or infectious or communicable disease Florida, and all law and part of law In ceola, Volusia and Brevard, and the terms of Wherea ... County, Pta.
*. .
the judgment oi the shall Knights of of the Insurance or any live stock which has been exposed toor conflict with this Act are hereby repealed. the Circuit Court shall be held in each of above plaintiff in em- in tie

afrmed Cicuit Cur b deparmet of the Supreme Lodge of suspected of being liable to communicatethe Se. %5. This Act shall take effect Immediately said counties a now provided by law. in the styled. ., cause has sued out writ of error


not acquired title to any lands which ther membership to any one hazardous o Infectious or communicable disease, and sheds.to Approved June 9. i>i;. State Florida heretofore composed of the in on the .,.day of..., A. D. 1J....,

the County using, or if at any time after cuplion. nor to similar societies which do not condemn and destroy any barns said Counties of Monroe Dad, Breward and Palm a cause in which the plaintiff in error
i the was
certificates. The State Treasurer > corral. or pens which Bard charged with ....
attempt acquire title by condemnationproceedings /rds. CHAPTER ,U6So. 88). Beach, shall be of the Counties of and a verdict o*
a are
t reasonable to guilty .
from has cause suppose comps of ..
may require any society such in- Enrolling by was rendered
o othes. it thai found to convey the said infection or contagion.Iand AX ACT to Provide Monroe and shall be three regular in against plaintiff
b formation error
will enable him ;
that the 1 are ddcn. the to determine condemnation and destruction .bal Typewriting Machine of Bills and Joint terms of the Circuit Court held in each Therefore *

County may proceed under this Ac whether such society is exempt from the provisions place only after a fair appraisal resolutions Fused by the Legislature county in the Eleventh Judicial Circui each the record This is to give you notice that ; -
t of this
: such Ac three disinterested Be It Enacted by the legislature of the be the m this case and the
0 perfect or to acquire any outstanding value of the property by year to known a! and will be errors assigned
t rht tte. interest in and to such Sec. % All pans of laws inconsistent appraisers; one to be appointed by the Slate State of Florida: Winter Terms, 'jheal Term of the Circuit Florida presented to the ....Cou, of ....

property. this Act are hereby repealed. Live Slack Sanitary Board another by the Section 1That al bill and joint resolution Court of the Eleenth Circuit shall there to receive whatever order and

Sec 15. This Ac not be to construed Sec 3 This Act shall become a law upon owner of the property. and the third ap passed by Senate and House of commence in the County of Monroe the judgment that honorable court shall in this

.t repeal Ial the General Statutes its passage and approval by the Gvror. or praiser to be elected by these t..o. and such lepresentatl\'el shall be duly enrolled In second Tuesday of Uctobr. and the Countyof o case% deem ju-j. and have you there this writ

of Fnd o Chapter 5440 of the Laws of upon its becoming a law ap- appraised price shall be paid by the State blalk by typewriting machines, Dade on the in November. Witness the Honorable..Chief Juftic* (or

.1i etited "An Act I Amend Sectio.i proval. Live Stock Sanitary Board in the same manner on paper, by the enrolling clerk of the Senate The U inter Term of the Circuit Court of the and Judge of ...Circuit) of the said .. ,Court,

4 Laws o Florida, entitled Approved June 8, 11.CHAPER as other expenses are paid. If owner .or the enrolling clerk. of, the .House,_according : Eleventh Judicial Circuit shall commence in day r.die!..seal. A of the 10Clerk. said....Court, this the.... '
"An Act to for Wormng of or person In charge of such animal or livestock a* the bill or juuu reSOIUlon maT the County of Monroe on the second Tuesday ii. --

lic Repairing and Maintaining the Pub 7345-Xo. S7). barns, sheds yards, corrals cr pens have originated In the Senate or House, before in Januar. and the County of Dade on the ::;.;Court.County.

and of the several Counties AX ACT Crale te State Live Stock Sanitary shall refuse to permit same to be condemnedand they shall be presented to the Governor Tuesday in The Florida. -
Spring
Rod irdc Provide Penalties for Board and Prescribe Its Membership destroyed as required by the State LiveStock or filed in the office of the Secretary of State Term srond of said Februar. in the 113- .... ... .Deputy Clerk.

ti Stt. ad approved June 1, or Powers and Duties and Fix the Compensation Sanitary Board it shall be the duty ot Sec. %. That the size, style and quality of of Cour on tbe second Tuesdayof Sec. 3. That Yr UwVk'nd parts of laws
County
Chapter teef" the Laws of } 1., for the Services of Its Members the Board to order the sheriff of any coun- the paper to be used shall be prescribed by and the County of Dade on the in conflict with the provision, of this Art

led "An Act to Amend 4763, Lawsof and to Vest in Said Board the Authority to ty In which such animal live nock, barns, the Secretary of State and furnished by him. .econd Aprl. of May. be, and the same are. hereby repealed
Cap Provide for the Prevention Suppression and corrals may be, to destroy to the enrolling clerkof Approved June -
being An Act Act to sheds, ards or pena In sufficient quantities See 4. There be two regular terms 5. 1317,
Fd the Working of Public Roads of Control of Dangerous, Communicable, Contagious live stock barns sheds.yard. the Senate and the enrolling clerk of the of the Circuit Ihal held in each county in

the State and the working of Convicts thereon and Other Diseases of ., corrals or pens, and to dispose of carcass House. the Fifteenth Judicial Circuit each year to be CHAPTER >_(Xo 100). -

," May 29. ISuS. Cattle, Hogs and Other Domestic Animals, thereof In the manner prescribed by Sec. 3. This Act shall take effect on April known as the Spring and a all Terms. The \v: ACT to Make Larceny of Any Aatomo-

Sec.apprYe and to Establish Maintain and Enforce such rules as may be prescribed by said i, ms. bile, t.
laws of laws in of
II or pans con Spring Term the Circuit Court of the Fifteenth JSr0plet Motorcycle and thbcr
this Quarantine, to Prevent the Introduction or and in such case the State Live Stock Approved May 16. 1317. Like \> u
fic ib Act be and the same are here Board Judicial Circuit shall commence in the by Electricity. Gaso
Spread of Infectious, Contagious and Communicable Board shall have the right to recover line or Kerosene
of Palm Beach a Felony
the second Provide
re Act shall become effective immediately Diseases Among Such Animal! by action of aa.umpslt from the person CHAPTER 7J47-(Xo. n County in the County on of Broward Tuesdayof the I'cnalty Therefor. and fur 6th"of Purposes.a

upon becoming a and to Adopt and to Enforce Rules and or owner of such animal 1\.e stock, AN ACT Kxiendlng the Time fur the Completion s februar of March, in the County on ot lie It Enacted by the Legii4aure of the State

June $. 1917. lw. Regulations Regarding Any and Al Said barn, sheds, yards pens the coat of tbe Re\lalon. Simplification, Ar. St. Lucie on the second '1 uesda of April. Florida;
Appove ,
Mate., and to Give Said Power of killing and destroying such animal. livestock mngeineut and Consolidation of the Slaluie and in the County of Okeechobee on the second Section 1, That from and fffr the

CIAPER 733-No. gi). Authority in Respect Thereto, and to barns .hes, yards corral or pens by tbe Commissioner Appointed Under Tuesday of May. The Fall Term of said of this Actthe larceny of any automobile passage,
Authorize County Commissioners of carcass thereof Acts of locom5bjle
and of Chapter k93u.
AN ACT to a the blUnl
Amed SectionZOlofthe General l'rl\ court shal commence in the County of Palm motorcycle, and other like vehicks
: Statutes of Florida Relating to the prlrat and Expend Funds for the Work aforesaid.Sec. 1M5.Whereas.. heath the second Tuesday of September propelled bv electricity, gasoline or kerosene

Foreclosure of )Mortgages Upon Lands and ErdiQtion and Hog Cholera Control 1!. The State Live Stock Sanitary Under the provisions of Chapter in the County of Broward on the second m this State, shall be deemed a felony; and

Other Property Lying in Two or More and to Provide for the Appointment ofa Board shall cooperate with the authorities 6!>3U. Acts of 1S15. a Commissioner was appointed Tuesday of October, in the County of St. any person convicted thereof shall be -

Cunte. State Veterinarian and Othe Agents and of the United States in enforcement of provision lo revise simplify, arrange and consolidate Lucie on the second Tuesday of November ed trmlmPnsonm"' in the State prison for
the Employee of Said and to Fix the of of Congress for the control, all the Law of the State of Florida a
by Legislature of the State Powers Thereof Act and in the County of Okeecbobee on the exceeding five years. Or by fine
and to Prescribe and extirpation of nature and not
Punish
Florida: prevention suppression of a permanent ; second Tuesday of December. exceeding five thousand dollars.

Section 1. That Section 2M3 of the General ment for Violations of this Act and of the contagious infectious and communicable disease Wb"rt& Said Commissioner was required Sec. No criminal suit Sec. 2. That all laws and
or of laws la
Rules ciyu cares, parts
Statutes of the State of Florida relating to the Make and Regulation of Said Board and to affecting live stock Said Board may under tbe provision of said Act of 1S15 to cause 5 proceeding in equity at common law, Conflict with thi law b' and the same art
the Animal General Law so
Necessary of
t foreclosure of mortgages upon lands and other Appropriation fu: appoint Inspectors lay a printed copy of the statutory or otherwise and hereby repealed,
Carrying Out the Provisions of Thi Act. Industry of the Untied States Department of revised and by him before the no writ process Sec. 3,
in ? conaoldate
f property two or more counties brand. the Be pleading motion presentment, in- J1"} Act shall take effect ha
Enacted by the ( .U C.,.. assistant State of informato. upon -
same I U2lllur.?. .. Agriculture temporary Legislature : passage
i UCTCD7 amended 99 that said section a dictment order judgment or by the Governor
Florida
amended shall : Veterinarian and as temporary live HOCK Whereas, The Commissioner apuiuicu under fndlg. Approved
follows May
.Mortgaged .c I : Counties. Scion 1. There is hereby created and es- Inspector; pro\lded however they shall i the provision of Chapter 1330, Act of reversed sentence shall quashed set aside, 28. 1917.V .
dismissed
defeated
qualified,
Dferet a Board act without compensation the Legislature of or or
When a to be known and designated consent to .hal 1315, has reported to UI
mortgage or railroad held to be of the raMXo.
incude. the State error.by reason change in APTCHAPTR 101).
track I Live Stock Board or profit from Stale of FlorIdaaid owing to the great amount of work \
,
and o rght-f.w.y., lying terminal in two fCllitie which shall be composed of Sanitary Commissioner Board shall accept aid or assistance that to revUe and cn.oldae the Statutes circuit or by reason of any provisions of this tide 9, Amending General;' Section 3M (280). Ar-

.tti of Agriculture, the Superintendent of Public from the Government of the United States In he has not been able to complete his Act Florida Statutes of the State ol
cuatie may be foreclosed in any one of laws and of laws Relating ta
Instruction parts inconsistent Obscene Prints. Pictures -
and all shall the State Treasurer, and two other conducting the work of cattle tick eradicaton work of revision and consolidation of the 6 Al and -
proceedings had Literature
.d cut all the b members who shall be appointed by the Gov- and hog cholera control from any of its Statute In time to lay a printed copy before this Act or any part thereof be 11e It Enacted

or railroad county &i mortgaged land ernor. The Commissioner of Agriculture rhall representative or agent In carr the Legislature of 1317; and and the same are hereby repealed.Sec. of Florida bj/ the Lei"slature of the State
right-of-way, or ofcer. :
facilities t. be ex-officio President of said Board. The Ing of such work In the State of Florida Whereas, Said Commissioner baa requested 7. This Act shall become effective immediately Section

that ad notice of roJds lay therein ex members of said Board who are appointed by Sec. 11. It shall be the duty of the said an extension of time to complete said revision upon its approval by the Governor, 9, General 1. That Section 3i'), (320) Article

i ct county wherein of b published the Governor shall bold office for four years, State Live Stock Sanitary Board to nee that of the Statutes; therefore. or upon its becoming a law without such ap relating to Statutes of the State of florida

t, eYr track a lands or and until their successors have been duly the provisions of this Act are carried out Be It Enacted by the Legislature of the proval. lure, obscene prints, pictures and liter"
be
or appointed -
facilities and rht-l.way. or sold terminal lie. and qualified. A majority of the mem-- and said Board may require the State' Attorney State of Florida: Approved May 26, 1917. so as to read and the same Is hereby amended
& t.be hers of said Board solicitor other prosecut- the Commissioner as foliowe:
shall constitute or county or Section 1. Thai appointed -
After
of the final disposition the .uit the clerk for al purpose a quorum ing officer In any circuit or county to Institute under Chapter OJO, Acts of 1315, to CHAPTER 732-Xo. 94.AX "ai') (::6j l'unishment! for 1 ubushing and

a eircut court of .hl decree of foreclosureand forward 2. The official headqlrer of said Board lulu, civil or criminal, for the purpose revise simplify arrange and consolidate all ACT Prohibiting the Issuing Writs pt lihd.Uistributing-Uhoever imports, prints, pob-

sale cop the decree of confirmation of shall be at T al hss. it may hold its of enforcing or carrying out the terms of of the General Law of the State of FloridaIf Garnishment in Any Action Sounding in any bo.-.k exhibits, displays! sells or distribute

at and the rules of said Board and be and he I f. hereby Tor pamphlet b.allad. printed ,
sale the clerk of the circuit of meetings in the State of this Act a permanent nature, piper
county t wherein any of the mortgaged court lands every, Frda a said Board may by resolution deter- preventing violations thereof, and any person granted an extension of time to complete Enacted by the Legislature of the Stateof or stereolaticon other moving picture. slide or film,

or railroad tracks or I may be selected by a of or officer charged with any duty under this aid work required of him under the provisions Florida: thing' containing obscene language. t
or right-of-way, or terminal the members in majority be compelled to perform the lame 131a Section 1. Prior to judgment against a de nr any obscene prints, figures
and station any call for any Act may of laid Chapter C330. Acts of ; picture. or
grounds be (lescriptions
faiiti the Foreign lie to of first annual meeting of said Board shall Te by mandamus Injunction or other extraordinary : and said Commls.lontr shall lay a printed fendant no writ of garnishment shall issue in mani estly tending to the toe.
Judgment ruption
each such aud the Bk held as soon after the appointment and qualification remedy upon the application and In copy of the Slautt. 1 revised and consolidated any action sounding in tort. int. of the morals youth or introduce
of
and of cuty.record thereof cost shall cpc of the two meber of said Board to the name of the said Bard &required by Chapter 6330. Act or Sec. % That all laws s or parts of laws in lion any.famiy.| school, or place of educa-

cutis in the b be appointed by as Sec. 14. Said Board shal have'the powerto 1315. before the regular session of the Legislature conflict herewith are hereby repealed. or buys' procures, receives or has in his

cul.S. shall take effect im and thereafter the G\'er0 prcicble. select. appoint, commission and employ of 1313; and .halin all respects make Approved May 12, 1917. IMiSSession any book pamphlet. ballad. print-
meetings id
%, Tt til Ac Board shall be held on the Monday sid in fit and competent persons In any county or his final report to regular sessionof paper' sterePt- :n slide or moving pielure

conflict herewith ad al or repealed.pans of laws i March of each yer. Special frst meetings, of saiu counties In this State, to be known .State the Legislature. CHAPTER iXo. K). film' or other thing. either for the pVw

I Approved May 14, 1917.hereby Board may be called at any time by the President Live Stock !nspctor. Said Board shall Sec. 2 That said Commissioner shall include AX ACT Providing Dissolution of pose with nf sale' exhibition 'loan or circulation. -

or_ I the written ,M,... /_>' _. _.: .:.- have the pwer authority to employ said revision and consolidation of Writ? of Garnishment and the the intent to introdu.ii..
-n. n
f' of the -JU'' or representatives the the Statutes the General tbe ReJulatinJ any family ho1' f'
; Board laborers agent Acts of regu- Procedure Thereon. > or P'ac' education.
T340-Xo. K .
)
< CHAPER *>**. member may determine, to fix their term lar session of the Legislature of shall 1 be punished thi
Be by
AX ACT For An Additional Assistant 3 of the State Live Stock alJ 11. It Enacted by the Legislature of the Stateof State imprisonment in
Board shall ot employment. compensation powers and Sec. 3. This Act shall take its
i State Auditor Prescribing Ills Powers Sitar receive any compensation eaet upon Florida: the rJJrnT'i11'excctd'n* fivr years. or ia

and Duties, and Fixing His Compen sricts of this he may render under the provisions dut"s. Said the State Live and Stock authority Sanitary to Board commission passage and approval by the Governor.Vetoed Scion L The Court to which a garnish by fine exceeding" one year, or
Act shall have by not
sation. save and except that the p.'er Gvernor. m returnable shall be for exceeding $100.
open
Whereas, The financial of the member of said Board shall receive their fit and persons who may Passed over Govrnor.'eto by Senate the purpose of hearing and always deciding motionsto derfn 2. heneser anyone as convicted nn

transcton. expenses necessarily paid be selected by the County Commissioners of May IS, 1317.Passed disolve such foregoing !*section the awarding
Stale and several !The or incurred garnishment, and in any case court in -
cOltiel h duties any county In the State of Florida they to over the Goveror.. veto by oath in made sen shall make" a" order
greatly and expanded in the J JKcftheir louse upon writing by the confiscating
inees past of membr the funds. Board ddedant.and said book
years; sid Board Board shall be paid from county of Representatives May 18. 1317. tendered to the Court that any allegation pamphlet- ballad. Printed paper
revoke such appoint picture
\\hereas. There is only one State Auditor poyer to such agents, insptor. clerks re'Pves the right to for Such in the plaintiff's affidavit is untrue a slide' film. or other thing and author-
and commissions caus per- th
and ire
and one Assistant State Auditor num employees as may be ments County tare Stock In CHAPTER 7348-(No. JO.) trial of such trners shall be had and if the he exqcutjy. officer tjle Court lo destroy
Sec. The known
thi 4. Board shall collect Sons to be a AX to Prescribe the Time for Hold- allegation in same.Sec.
and
plaintiff's affidavit
I h constituting the auditing force twelve information pre Provided that nothing In this Act AC which ii 3.
serve
years past; and a to infeous communicable .ptor. layman who had experience Term. of Circuit Court In and for traversed is not sustained and proved to be Vhenerer any officer arrests I"J'
and other a
Wherl. Because of the above mentioned diseases hog and .hal .from vaccinating the Fourth Judicial Circuit of Florida true the garnishment shall be dissolved. 1.erson charged with any offense under Sectioa
other domestic In using serum 1ne ,
: ineea financial affairs of the counties, animals, and their origin. locality. hors. and.lnl Be It Enacted by the Legislature of the such affidavit shall traverse the debt or 1 of this Act> i' ebali be his duty to still
nature appearance, manner of dissemi of State of Florida: demanded the said book, panPh'ftfc"'
particularly the judge .
great of may application printed piper.
county Sec. IS. That for all purpose thin Act upon
numb
nation ,
i-pecial shol ad road district or communication and meos for and rules and regulation of said Board Section 1. That the time for holding the of either pry. require formal pleadings as to take picture slide' ?f film> or other thing. and
disr .pial any the
prevention,
tretmet terms of Circuit Court In and for the the debt demanded be same into his the
past it is eradic. hereunder, hog. or other domestic Four. to filed in such custody await
and adopted
no lnre possible for two auditor year up take tio.such quarantine measures control thereof, and shall animal. which eatll.are Infested with insects ]Judicial Circuit of Florida ahal be I time a he may fix. and the issue of fact if offender sentence of the court upon the trial the -
with demands I in the judgment of said matter fixed. There shall two regular any raised by such shall
the be tried
- present on department; Board parasites or other agencies or mean pleadings
may necessary or term of said court held in each hereinafter Approved May 2S
thdor b proper for the by which disease 1 I. communicated shall be county of a provided, and at the same time 1J17.AY '
: cntrl. .upprCion eradication and prevention sid Fourth Judicial Circuit each year, to be as the isue, if made
B I by the-Legislature of the State of spread considered and dealt with ai affected with known any by the affidavit
theef. and to cat a the "Spring and the "Fair a* to the special
Ter' cause assigned in
FOd tie hog and domestic prtet a contagious Infectious or communicable Term. plaintiff'saffidavit. ArrCIIAt.TER 7a -( o- jO!>-
.
t an additional Assistant ote thee Issues of law raised by
State such plead nt Indecent ol
from
t Auditor, who shall be a expert accountant all in such the animals Florida, and to quarantine dllPase.S For the of carrying out < Se 2 The spring term of Clrcul Court ings shall be determined and given effect to the i"v-5011' and t'recribing Exposure the Penalty '
said -
k, be and it hereby authorized be appointed I Bod shall find 1. and requirement purs of this Fourth Judicial Clrclt & by the judge is in other controversies at law. for ,rNloUtlon Thereof.
t or have reason believe provisions Act ,hall
to commence
.) :
i'' a T t a i At provided however, that thereto Ad &rd Veterinarian April; In the body of the county
quarantine
D -hall County of Nassau the wherein euch Section
:"' <' b Mid 8 lab reprej j Monday IB April; the Comnty o third oi cause is pending, upon the order 1. That shall ** unlawful fer
of the
I John judge shall
; 8t be empaneled to try the any person to expos, or exhibit hit or her

sexual organs in My public pUce ? O tb1'

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private prm another or 1 ne thee Citizens in or to uiioiug, cxctpt when the Institution or aveiage of not I than
Genera Corrupt Publc M ill per cent, the rcpoit snow the
grades
from made by has
such Morals 1" eatugiauuuie adopted book
u premise a that
t b or Injurious school 1 dosed for iasl valid, and presenting upon branch, other
vacaton satisfactory lu
t luo L'gn
a .p indecent mner. or so, toexpose Public Health Safety and Morals the ee a. It shall be duty of the officer eH..I.e.I vf Having laugul a of Zorty0Ml lu sviivui CU\rO L ureueUpieviuui than tile one so adopuJ the County Beard
o h. or person in such Commuit; to Enjoin and or olacers charged with the maintenance or < munths on ue tuw1 "ut"rU. auy uf said UUH"r"IU"1 of Public Instruction snail discharge and
Suppress or said
or go naked A certuc4lu ll.o .II asicfnt colleges naming tba high school orinslilutiou cancel the certificate of said teacher
place
i .uc p1 1 in of upkeep of said buildings to provide suitable v! moral -
uce Mentoned ,
- however this Act 3 te iuul cliaiacier. Llf.l and uf learning la \iilt.it these giadtsMere C. That Section ID of said Chapter aSee
b Florida and Hags and cause them to be theexpense successful instructor -1
lYe disciplinarian
to prohibit the of _Plce dlplaeo & al 11t"l"d GUS, Acts vf 1911 be
exposure Frequented by Persons Described the be borne out of pro- snail receive life and the MUD Is -
fund a grade certificate It .
. o or the person i ) place provided Mentioned in Section 3570 of the General vll.1 for the upkeep and of valid during tue lite of the holder aol to.issue July to of the State Superintendent hereby amended so as to read as follows:
each such Section
graduate B .
for that a ) That
violation punish of the ) Ceruteate recording thereinall shall serve without pay but the
Uiia members
heef of Laws
.hal b 1907. Florida is. Any
Act Act S"c the subjects
applicant with
c. ed by a fine of not more byimpriflmCnt and to All laws conflict 11ni the grades made of the Sub-Commission shall be paM
tha Houses are hereby re- State
o superintendent of
A Plce Tet ee 3 1 a in tua Junior and Senior it for each
ll.ructloo th.r"un years,
in the count jal for a period Booths, in of the valid Mate certincate issued a day of actual service. not to
than b both such Florida Lwl pealed thll :tale \ &those reported fur ice high! scnoul exceed thirty days, and In addition tbervta
of not and more such Lxt d in ) Are Violated, ad All Houses of See 4. This Act thall take effect June and presenting satislactory evidence of 11V- course and the Frcsliman Sophomore shail be paid the amount
fine discretion 1S17. actually expended
anl
imprslent Lwdes. Assignation and Prostitution and 14th. log taught .
successfully lu a high
: )eau, which curtui ales all theprlbuega by them for
traveling e
the eur Plces Games of Chance Are En. April 21. 1917. college IQ tins Stale for l\e expense and koard. .
o Approve. a period of eighteen right and benenis welch expenses shall
Act shall tale effect immediately be paid only
J T in in Violation of Law and mouths under a Stale cerlUicate conveel upon pres
andpreseiiUns Uiuse holding like ceruncaica theree.t entation of said
b the Governor. All such Deca. CUAPTE1I73IO-No. account itemized and .orn
approval ing Places to be 11:) endorsement vf Ibrce holders .u,1
) of of examination as law. to and after aid
Approved May 1917. Enjoin AN ACT Amend Section 3u Article 2 prl\j"l account has been approved
to of
life
the0 Persons stale
or
2 Perol Who Con. as
possessing eminent life the
certleate. :"e i. A ceiilucaie, _by State Board of Education
there
or the the Central Statutes of the State of Florida btte and
Same
duc and the Owner a* a teacher and is
altt good in of the hereby
Mate antI
any
of appropriated
"lpUnUIIn part the
CHAPTER 7361-No. 103). of 1906. < perpetual sum of 13.900 or
Agent of Any Building Used receive life State -
for a
Such certificate of validity, suail be
perpetual issued by statesuperintendent so much thereof a*
: i AN ACT Prescribing Pnithmet for Unnatural Purpose and to Provide for the Payment of Be It Enacted by the Legislature of the and State-wide validity. of Public tie without any monies In the may be necessary, front
and Lascivious In.trlclon Treasury, not otherwise
Costs of Such State of Florida: .
Proceedings Any .
and Declaring pei son with the State Superintended examination, to any
tiling a appropriated, for the
Be It Enacted b)the Legislature of the Stateof a Lie for Such Costs. Section L That Section 3S3 of tbe General of Public instruction one first grade graduate Slate certificate who has successfully diem and expenses. payment ef said per

Florida: Be I Enacted by the Legislature of the State Statutes of 19u8 be and the saute 1 certificate with three extensions of same, secured taught In tLis Stale fur a period -f See 7. All laws and part of laws
1. Whoever commits in
Section any unnaturaland Florida: hereby amended to read follows: con .
I by attendance at either of the elate twntyiuuimonths uiider graduate State flict with this be
lascivious act with another person shall Section Two Examinations Yearly. -There hall be a Ait. and the same ar*
L Whoever
shall Summer and certincaie. and who snail present satisfactoryenuorsenient hereby,
Schls repealed.
presenting
b punished by fine not exceeding $500., or continue, or maintain, own or erect eltablish held two examination a fear In each countyof evidence h4Vni taught I total sallsfaciory of fony- from three p"l.nl holding lucertificates Approved June 9, 1917.
imprisonment not exceeding sue months ing booth, tent or place which tends an thIs State beginning on Tuesday alter eight months certificate and coo- IhUWl. eminent aliiiily in leaca-

or by both such fine and imprisnmet noy the community or injure the t of tie nconl Monday in J ulnl on Tuesday taming such extensions, and led as being ef lug and school "uv"rnlelt and the saidlite CHAPTER 73TS-(No.
117)
Sec. 2. This Act not heat .
shal s cnltued as the community, or becomes in Ue and good moral character faithful and successful ) cetineate Ihal tl"r""n the subjects AN All tu
to repeal any of provisions of Section jurious to the morals or manners of the peo- each may continue tour or more day at the as an in8.r.Ctor and eamil enumerated la the graduate Slate certificate the L.ae. .Uutlia AU Akl tCUayUr S sai Of
1534 of the General Statutes of Florida. ple a described in Section 3fi0 of the General discretion of the examiner. receive a life, brat dlclpln.la., anti snail have ail the ut tioiiua.lets ul li.j. AuUiuilAii -
Approved May 23, 1917. Statutes of Florida, or shall be frequented Sec. 2. Thai all laws and parts of laws during the life of the c"ritcate, vlll and ben.Ut colveye. to .prIviege"rllhl holding stun vl*iiid tie dlate aiuwi i>ov Ctuuiu.-

: by the class of persons mentioned in Section In conflict with the provisions of this Act any part of the State \ol ifo certincate a result of an examination Liuul ala.tt ui F.wtida La ftlttuu the

CHAPTER 7362MNo. 104). 3570 of the General of be and the same are hereby repealed See 17. Any regular graduate of a standard State certificates a. provided by Contracts OL ibe tc.i aur iteOli .*) i
to Amend Section Laws of Statute Florid & 3. That this Act effect Hue i'urcuase vl acuuul Icil-
AN amended
Ac % by Chapter Laws S"e lecome university, college or normal school having la*. I.UU i
D.2 w J,11 i ..
Same Being Chapter Acts of 1907 I-Iorda upon its passage approval ijij, .a Fur uuicr I'ui
: or any house or of Immediately graduated therefrom since June tec. 5. Ail laits parts of laws in conflict Votes. ]
1S96 Relating to Liens Upon Colt or assignation, lewdness or place prostituton. b)the Governor, or without such, approvaL IKuS desiring to teach In Forida shall l"th 'iib this Act ae al hero repealed tkiicreas, Section It J

Calf of the Get of Stallions, Jackasses, where games of chance are engaged in buidig a fee of is and file his or diploma. 01 See ( This Act shall take of Florida, of Chapter Hit, Laos
or bulls and Providing for the nforce- lation of law or place where vio law Approved May 7. 1S17. a certified copy thereof, with ately upon I.. passage and approval by the loiiu 'l n-i Acts uf lali,' SJ.OKU as the "Liu*
any any .aUlfator > j.a
w ment of Same of the State of it violated shall be evidence of having taught Uovecuur, or 1"11 H" becoming &law withOut uos; piuviJes that any

't Be It Enacted by the Legislature of the State: deemed guilty of Fonda wsace and the, building CHAPTER 7371-(No. IIS. fully for twenty-four months, with the State approvaL lof cuaiiacl a term eiHeica or into or reneed, suali IS
of Florida: erection AN ACT Providing that the Appropriation Superintendent Approved June 7. 1917.CHAPTER Il>e attire cud tlial tun a.4oi.
place of Public Instruction who
tent booth
tiuii .
or and or
Section L That Section 2207, Laws of Florida fixtures and are also the future Made Under Chapter 6830, Acts of lilt with the State Board of Examiners provided of said the iiuui.it 1114.1-,-. --.----- ,--,..- V.. -......

same being Chapter 4332 Acts of 1SS6 and all content persons places shall for the purpose of Providing Teacher for in this Act shall constitute a commission 7374-(No. IK). Ulierea Act bitch coutiuue fur five >ears; sag
,
*.
be amended to read I follows: be abated and enjoined hereinafter, Training in County High Schools be Made to review and pass upon all applications AN ACT to Amend Sections Two Three. Into uuder Situ Ouch contracts as Cei UUrsii

Owes of .tlons jackasses or bulls taU[ vided I pro- a Continuing Appropriaton for cerUlcate based upon diplomas, Thirteen Foureen Eightten and Twenty pire on September jirovisiuua uf that taw di4 ex
have a supeor dimit upon the clt: 2. Whenever any nuisance Whereas The lilt appropriated and It satisfactory the State Superintendent *178. Acta 1. Approved vVLereas, 1, Ills, aua
or calf of the get aid .tOD jackass o in this Act is maintained a defne 150,000 for the purpose of carryingon shall Issue a Graduate State Certificate May 23, 11. Being "An Act to Create a of Jt'loriua. Uy legislative enactment. Law
or lai
;
boll, and also upon the ma. or cow State's kept Solicitor eist. Teacher-Training in Doe high school of ; Special Certificate First Grade Certificate State k Commission and to Pro was said Texl-ilooK luuuoiMiua
served by said stallion jackass or bull inbreeding > Atorney., or County citizen of County each county in this State for two yean; and or Primary Cenltcate as this Com cure for Use in the Public Schools of the aid euibonertd aud aatavusvd t any the contracts
'
thereof for the sum stipulated be: through he cut Whereas, The greater part of the said appropriation mission may Issued Slate of Florida a Uniform Series of Text ilsuers aith the cuuseut cf iL* p. -

'ft'. paid for the service teref. by filing t anytime maintain his any action attorney by bill in may chancery select,in the has not been used, but remain under determne.ecton shall certdcate the Book and to Define the Duties and Pow tracts shall to July be 1. taIl. at ttuicli Uui* cuu-
to the credit of the said TeacherTrainingfund made tar
within 18 the date of service proper court in the name of the State of privileges, rights benefits conveyed to 5&d CommlHluD to Make Preparation ine lull period future adoyllun tut
., a statement of the account thereof together Florida upon the relation of such ; therefore \ those holding like certificate Issued .the for Carrying This Act Into Elect statute; and"tVbereas vf Ste >tars as r.vjuu,a t>jr
attorneys the Legislature of the
., with the description aa to color and I or citizen enjoin said Be It by result of examination under this Act- and Providing Penalties for
.. markings of the female served, and the name i or persons t conducting nusce the person, State of Florida: Sec. 18. No person shall be eligible for Same mutual Said Text-Book Commission b/ C
, the date of the Section 1. That the unused part of appropriation -the Be It Enacted by the of acrfceiuebt vntu pubusUcis Ui4
in
of the owner at service the i same and the owner or agent the prlnclpalshlp of a Junior High School Lgl.latur teState tend all tunuacl
office of the County Clerk of the county where or ground upon which said o building made for Teacher-Training in high .who does not hold a valid life State certificate of Florida. Whereas, Said to July 1. 1411; ana
in the owner of the said female resided at the! In such action the nuisc exists. schools under Chapter 1830. Acts of 1915, a State certificate a graduate State Section 1. That Section 2 of Chapter I17S. provide that Section 14 of Cliajrlsr 41il

i time of srice Neither the mare, jenny or before whom court,the bill or court be and hereby I made a continuing appropriation said- certificate, or a first grade certificate supplemented Acts of 11. be, and the same 1 hereby of the passage any of county said WiacIi at in* time
commissone may be for specified in law. hag an
amended follows
cow nor get thereof shall be sold withineighteen i may puro.e by a certificate or certificates a : contract uuKut cilsluif
upon proper proof being made Chapter 6830 Acts Section 2. That said Commission Is hereby carry out aia contract in
months after the date of allow a writ of Il. covering the subjects embraced In the Junior good faith; svndtuerea
:, unless] the service ac i bond if temprar injunction without Sec. 2. All laws ad par. of laws In High School course of study. empowered and directed to select \
fe shal b pad. unle. lch appear the satisfaction authorIzed *. Iliei* Wers
hereby thirty-Hie
shl conflict herewith be and same are
t series of counties
shall be ad approved in t cf tlc court judge No person shall be eligible for the prlnclpalshlp ad a unior system or In the state that tad eiisuu
or
writing by the owner of the jackass evidence cmmissione by repealed of an Intermediate or Senior High text-bok for the public schools of carried same contract and
affidavit
or by out in
ItaloD injunction hall become law good laiiii
temporary This Act a upon ; and
or bull at the time of or shall issue. At See School who does not hold a life State certificate the a above idicated and when 10 Whereas A
least three days'notce Us and approval by the Governor. majority of ti>.
I'\ of the mare, jenny or cow, or sif- in writing shall be passage a State certificate, or a graduate selected and tet-bok. .bal Stale nave been vuuuu la the
tnde given defendant his using tiie
or or without approval be used for of five In atau-adupuj
At time after such mare Ftate certificate.Sec. a period years al list of
any teit-buoks
: Ipr teof any one havingthe ; for said of the time and place of application Approved June 5, 117. 19. For the conduct of all examinations the public schools of this State and It and some for for only tvtu wr lure >ais,
eoI shal conceive temporary injunction. only one
,
year
be directoror and
not lawful for any ,
of teachers there Is hereby created
lien provided may enforce the! See 3 The defendant shall file his an CHAPTER 7172-(No. 114). teacher other books the Whereas, It would be impracticable;
same in the same is now providedbylaw. t demurrer a State Board of Examiners to be composed to use any upon said counties ) for
to said bill Certification and so
I the
of AN ACT for recently
complaint Providing of three eminently successful and well quail- same branches, other than those adoptedby adopting the uni
within twenty days after service of process Examination of Teachers; Prescribing the fled teachers be the said State Text-book Commission. Saiduniform form lexl-booka, as provided (>y said jaw.
t Stats la
. 2. This Act effect immediately and the > appointed by make
See shal tk said shall the Different TeacberrCertificates iiiants ur aduut
cause for their
Requirements
proceed
thereafter Board of Education upon the nomination of series .hal Include tbe following cutirsn of study
its theGovernor. to
upon passge .pproya by a the court may order, and it shall be the ; Creating a State Bar of Examiners the State Superintendent of Public Instruc branches taught tbe elementary schools, new boos without real excuse lo lu*
.*r upon its a wIthot t duty of the cour to hear the evidence in prescribing TheIr ad Providing to-wlt. orthography, reading, writing_draw-- patrons of the 5chuuis n.i

! such approval May 1917. open deem court an examiner as it shall for Their Compensation and Ex- ton. 20. It shall be the duty of the State Ing arithmetic, language lessons, English by Whereas tile 'Ibe uuscll>ed condition, caused

Approved % most expedient for a nromnt hearn. pease.. Board of Examiners to prepare all examination grammar geography, history of Florida containing fected European war, have luure or Less af
j or disposition of the cause. In such Be It Enacted by the Legislature of theState questions; to personally conduct allteachers' the Constitution of the State, historyof all ot our Industries; therefore
CHAPTER '(No. 105). evidence of the general reputation of the of Florida: the United States containing tbe Constitution Lie It Enacted by the Legislature vf
the
examinations oral and written
under -
AN ACT to Amend Secto 4 of the General alleged nuisance and place shall be admissible Section 1. No person hall be permitted such rules and regulations the said of the United State.physiology, hygiene Slate of Florida:

Statutes of Forda Relating for the purpose of proving the existence of to teach In the public schools of this State Board of Examiners suggest s and nature and alcoholic drnk. fectlou 1. Thai the State Text-bouk Com

! to the Indictment and Tral One said nuisance. No bill of complaint when who does not hold a teacher's certificate shall be approved by may the State Board .of and narcotics, civil government, agriculture; mission te, aud are hereby, autiioruej le

Accused of Crime in Another Cont Than fled by any ctize shall be dismissed ex granted under this Act; for ball any County Education; to grade all eliminations, oral and the following branches taught In the confer book wllQ the various tiuollsliet vf text

Where the Crime Was upon a statement made by said Board of Public Instruction employ, contract and written, except as may .be by high schools, to-wlt: advanced arithmetic now adopted and la Use in Ibis State,
Be It Enacted by.'the Legislature. of the State citizen and submitted to the court and unless with or pay any person salary for services the State Board ot Education; provide afd report algebra plane and solid leometl plane and and. If a publisher, or pui>lisoeis, consent to
of Florida: the court shall does not hold a valid and extend tbe time limit
be satisfied that said as a teacher who the lor said
r't cause weekly to State Superintendent the name contracts for
l Section 1. That Section 4000 of the General shall be dismissed teacher's certificate granted under this Act; Uniform school
the said bill shall not be of cacti examinee with the grade made on civil government English history general teit-books la July 1, 1119,
Statutes of the State of Florida, be and the dismissed but shall continue and the State ProvIded that the validity of no certificate eacli subject and the grade of cectiilcate to history, physical geog.phy, general science, at which time contracts sliall tie mad for

same is hereby amended to I t reid as Attorney 01 County Solicitor notified to proceed Isued the laws of this State since Kliich each in entitled. botany, zoology plyslc chemistr. composition future adoption for tte full pttlod uf Ftc
follows: with said shall be rendered Invalid hereby; American years, a* required t>
cause. said action is brought 13 ZL It snail be tbe duty of the State and lerture y statute
Section 4000. Whenever the Judge shall I In this Act :"e Sec. 2. That
by citizen and court shall find that that nothing Superintendent of Public Instruction to issue literature, beginners gram. should the Slat Text-book
deem it impracticable or inexpediet to forma there was no reasonable ground for said shall operate to repeal Chapter. 1540, Acts and without delay each and every mar. Caesar, Cicero, VIrgIl Latin composition Commission find that any publisher or pub
grand jury in any county for want of sufficient action the costs of said action shall be taxed of 1813. tanlWt as recommended by the said and books for course In lishers be not willing to extend any con

\ number of qualified jurors teen; or. against said citizen and execution may issue Sec. 2. There hall be ten grades of Board of Examiners to keep a stub record French. German, and Spanish, book-keplng. tract for two years a* provided above on
on aunt of any undue therefor on order of the court teachers' certificates Issued the requirementsfor of each ceriiiicate and to publish in commercial arthmetc and commercial law. any subject or subjects, the said Text-book
dice the people it shall be forte Sec. 4. each being hereinafter ana llued of high school Commission are hereby
among unaw Upon final hearing of said cause the a lpc1ed his Biennial U"por of all living Provided empowered and au
grand ;ury of any county witn te cir- court shall if die al'egations of said bill are such certificates shall be iioldei of valid ceriiUcatea the lad Commission Is authorizedand thorized to make new adoption for such
to any person for proved and the follows: temporary third grade directed to adopt one basal, and not subject or subjects for such
', ct indIc cme cmmite existence of a is prmar 2 The Slate Hoard of Examiners period for which
t the first shown nuianc second grade first State, lIre ,"c : more ttran two texts on eachsubject any contract cannot be
issue srade specia aupplementar extended
cunt mentone t .hal a perpetual in make the examination questions prac- by mutual
r thereof shal be in cunt where lid cule and shall order the costs of said primar life frst grae. certificate. Ihal, conducting them with the aim of test- Provided. none of said textbooks consent.
shall except u otherwise shall contain anything of a partisanor See. I. That
judge No certain
crime emmte. ule. proceedings to be paid b the persons responsible See certlcate lug ability to teach rather than verbal memory counties of this State
otherwise orer upon moto of the defendantand for establishing ) said provlde'in Act be Issued except and a knowledge of specific and sectarian charater. Provided that all which by Chapter 7060 and 7111 of tb* Acts
maintaining examination.Sec. fact this Act relative to the of 1I1S
on motion deendat may b nuisance and shall adjudge costs UPOi they shall make the uniform the provisions of were relieved from the operation ol
. in county in the shall 4. No person hall teach any subjectIn books for use In the first eight grades of the the Uniform Text-book law this
t ted any Stte become a lien upon all personal property In the in the grading and in of But antf
unless he holds a validcertiftcate conduct public schools shall not become effective or were allowed
immediately to
This shall public school continue
2. a the
found in be without use of the
t Ac the house or of the nuisance tbe question possible tit-
piace tet.Jay 111*. books
the subject taught operative until July 1st, the said
and approval by and covering counties were then
tJ upon passage upon the failure of said repetition same Questions. using un
property certificate, 2. That S of said Chapter til
Sec. S. Any applicant for any See 8ectol July 1, 1117; shall be
1 the Governor. and fixtures Examiners allowed to
U bring enough to In July of each year the Board of continue
Is
t pay aid lamination (171. Acts of and the same the
use
of the
eligible for (
Approved May 30, 1917. costs, then the real estate and build before being .bal hall forward to each county Super.intendent UI follows same until July 1. lilt, or un
Examiners writtenendorsement to read as : Ill
up to t4ie Board of a hereby, I such time aa the Text-book
ings the Commission
said nuisance provided no present moral character, signedby a printed scb dule ih'lg I. be the duty of the Governor of this State
: CHAPTER 7MC.lo. 106). lien shal attach to the real estate and build of good hall the place and dates of examinations for the en See I.hal the nomination of the shall make new test-book contracts -
and to
pay upon for the State
AN ACT to Remove of Certain two responsible of Florida.
peron. that examination
other than arranged one
the so
ing any occupant unless examination : Applicants for suing ta. State Superintendent of Public a Sec. 4. That all
following Inltrcton law
, Minor days' written notice shall have been will be held In four or more different and parts of law
Bt It Enacted b the Legislature of the State third grade, for second grade U.IO. for Sub-Commission of ten member In conflict herewith are hereby
given to the owner or his agent who shall $ section of the State during each month repealed.
) 13 ( stituted follows: two County Superintendents -
for primary Approved June
first grade $ I. lii?.
of Florida fail
: to abate said nuisance within said five and one in each county of the State during
teachers
fees shall be applied two primary teachers, two grade -
: SoD 1. That, from and afe the pas days. I the owner or claimant pays said 12.60. for hereinafter State 1$. which provided.Sec. the year; Provided I hall not be Ulawfu ,two high school teachers and two teachers .
this the disability of as CHAPTER
Act. 7J7$
of for the No.
non-age costs proceedings said personaland certificate shall be selected with reference to their experience -( 111).
all male minors who are mare who havebeen real, shal by cour proper. released C.without A temporary examination by the State or more counties in which the number of In and knowledge of vocational subjects lias Uuereaa. lu* luugres* ul lue kuuoi Stale
married or who ma from the Issued is small to consent for the examination passed is law,
hener bm. lie for upon the owner orclaimant the request and recommendation examinees ; and none of said Sub-Commission luaanis svai.at>ie t llie
Superintendent upon .hal Slate
is hereby and giving bond with to be held at some convenient and vf k'iprigs not its
med remond proper surety for of a County Superintendent of be related In any way to any member man 4e,4e5 jut
such peron. authorizedto payment of costs and that said property shall Instruction In an emergency. which ventral point to their counties.Sec. Board of State Institutions, nor be In the leacujn- agriculture m acuuvi vf hewer ibaa
" assume the management of their estate. no longer constitute a nuisance or be used Public clearly set forth In aid 24. All certificates issued under this employ of any member of said Provided college vade, and ia.Vvtf toy leacblu trade
I to contract and be contracted with. t me in furtherance of any similar nuisance for emergency must b certificate; said certificate Act shall have t'late-wlde validity, and anycertincate that not more than Board these industrial and Louie economics subject la C
for temporary
a
and be sued, and to do and any and from request be suspended or revoked bya school vf lower than
peror one year the date of said decree. hall be valid tor teaching only untt may shall be taken from one Congressional district cuilege fiade and
all acts matters and things tht could doA Sec. 5. The Courts of Chancery in this State Board of Examiners shall County Superintendent as now provided bylaw to whom shall be referred all books la.OUV for the traiuiiig ot UacLefs tor Ibe

' i he were 21 years of age. State shall upon proper proof make such examination the within the County or an adjoining or by tile State Superintendent of Public sent to the State Text-book Commission as June above lu said scuonis. fur liie lisvai >tar ending
See. 2. That the provisions of this Act and decrees Instruction his own motion, or upon m; ana
i order as will cuppress and abate County In which the holder of said temporary upon specimen copies or amples, upon which bid
shall apply to all such persons who may have any and all nuisances mentioned in this Act certificate la the recommendation of the Slate Board of are to be based, and It hall be the ef Whereas, iu. luriher amount vf Jll.H U
r obtained a decree of divorce or who may and shall have the authority to enforce injunctions employed upon a diploma Examiners, when the holder proves to be Incompetent said Sub-Commission In executive session, available ta similar proportional division

hereafter obtain a decree of divorce or whosewife and decrees by proper contemptproceedings Any person awarded outside of this State shall UDSUICeSlful or Is guilty of some _to examine and report upon the merits of for tvhcred the liscal >ear ending June tv, lilt; autf

may have died before such person has but the jurisdiction hereby obtain a certificate before teaching as here- gross the books Irrespective of the price taking *. the high scuoois in the Various
reached his majority. granted to said courts of chancer shall not provided la this Act. Sec. 21. members of tbe State Board Into consideration the subject of the Counties of Uie Slate yroviue fvr the team
Sec. That all laws and parts of laws in be construed Inafter ot Examiners snail hold their positions at lug of the literary subject
issued
3 to repeal or Sections 36SO Sec. 7. A primary certificate hall be books their printing, their material and lu,4lred by said
conflict with the of this Act the discretion of the State Board of Education Act vf Cvugrtrss, and
provisions a of the General Statutes of .lowa. or Section to eligible applicant meeting the their mechanical qualities, and their general
any
Whereas
hereby repealed. 3570 a amended by Chapter 5720 Laws of following requirements: who presents and each shall receive a annual salary suitability and desirability for the purposesfor li order tu receive tbe above ap
Sec. 4. This Act shall go into effect immediately 1907. satisfactory evidence Frst received of $:.111 anti traveling expenses not to exceed which they are desired and Intended propriation the said Act vf Cougrts* te<44il<*

upon its passage and approval by the Sec. 6. This Act shal take effect upon itspassage either special Instruction for one year or (sUO. payable monthly upon requisitionupon The term of office of said Sub-Commluloner used ibat the lor 6Ule put up to equal amount tu l>*

Governor or upon its becoming a law with and the Governor, or more in primary methods and practice the Comptroller approved by tbe Slate shall be for four years, or until their successors industrial Ills and Instruction lu agriculture, UaUo,

out such .pprova. upon its becoming a law without such ap- teaching In a recognized normal school or superintendent of Public >trcton This are elected and quaUled. It shallbe training of teachers home economics, aud for lite
Approved 1917. oraland Board shall remit monthly State la said subJscU, llmfe-
proval. Its equivalent; second who passes an a prerequisite qualification appointment tore IKi..
Approved May 24, 1917. reading arithmetic Treasurer all examination fees collected _by of said 5ubCommle.elon -
CHAPTER 7363-No. loT). written EnglIsh examination grammar_ on__h...__. _?_--?M-_ them and make to the State Board of Edo- that for each before member accepting such appointment and A Ulil to be Entitled Aa Act assenting to

AN AC Providing for the Resignation and United States comp81UUU makes catlon a detailed statement of all such fees he shall file with the Secretary of State an accepting tiLe provisions of aa Act of
and
Congress
CHAPTER 736S-Xo. 110). raphy, hIstor attaching thereto a of the State Treas approved February ZJ 1s17
I Executors and Administrators.Be grade of 80 per with a copy affidavit substantially follows: That he I* tIed enti
average a
an cent : "An
Act
It Enacted by the Legislature of the State AX ACT to Establish a State Museum at grade on no subject below pel cent: urer's receipt not. so far as he knows, related In any way of vocational lit provide fur ties prumoiioa
of Fbrida: the University of Florida and a Natural third who makes an average grade of 80 Sec. State Treasurer shall keep to any member of the Board of State Institutions operation education; to provide fur co
Section 1. That Executor Administrator History and below in a separate fund all such fees received by with the states in the promotion
any or Ethnological Survey of the with a grade on no subject nor has he for the five years next vf
i t heretofore or that may be hereafter appointed State of I'lorda ) 60 per cent upon the following subjects, a him under the preceding Section, which fund preceding his appointment own employed by trades such education lo agriculture and it*
per
and
in this State may upon an application Be It Enaced Legislature of the Stateof they relate to primary teaching, nature shall be disbursed only for the payment of any text-book publishing company, and that wlin Industrie the ; tu provide for the cuopcratloii -

to and with the approval of the County Florida: study. drawing, manual training school salaries and traveling expenses of the State he will not receive during his term of service of teachers of states m the preparation

Judge of the county where Litters Testa- Section 1. There shall be established at singing, and the elements of psycholog. A Board of Examiners upon warrants drawnby on salo Sub-CommlnBlon any emolument appropriate vocational subjects; and 19
menar or of Administratorship were granted the University of Florida at Gainesville. primary certificate shall be vald the Comptroller upon vouchers approvedby from text-book publishers or their dliures" money and regulate Its *abeo>

any be relieved of his Exrtorhipo Florda, a deparmet of said univerity to b ing only in the first second or third gradeof the State Board of Education; and thereis agents Intended to In any manner bias _his training; vf and teachers designating schools fur tae
Administratorship, provided that he hat as Florida State Museum. regular graded schools of four teachers or hereby appropriated the sum of $ annually judgment In the selection of text-hooka to industrial and hum. vf as-ricuilural. trade.

given notice by publication once a week fo Sec. 2. The functions of the Florida StateMuseum more. and shall be valid for only four years, or so much thereof as may necessary be adopted for use In this State. for the designation of economic school fur subjects; sa4

four successive weeks next preceding the making shall be to make scientific investigations except otherwise provided In this Act. to pay the salaries and traveling expenses fpe 3. That Section 13 of sId Chapter lug vf agricultural, trade the Uach

of such application, in a newspaper pub towards the further development of a 8. Any eligible applicant passing a of the State Board of Examiners Incase Acts of un, be, and the same Is nomics slid Industrial subject and-and bum eco

lished in the county where the proceedingsare the natural resources of the State and maintain satisfactory See oral and written examination on the fund above provided shall be found hereby amended so a to read as follows: appropriations fur same. ; niak'ng

had. if there be one, and if not by giving a depository and exhibition of the collections orthography. reading. arithmetic, English In.uIcent Section 13. There shall be establishedand Lie It Enacted by the Legislature!
notice by posting said notice for said ] acquired by the surveys providedfor grammar composition geography. United Sec % All laws and parts ot laws la maintained at some convenient point In Sat: of Florida: of the :

time in three conspicuous places in said in this Bill and of collections and specimens i'lates history. physiology and Theory and conflict the provisions of th. Act are the S'ate of Florida, designated by the State Sec lion 1. That ttae State vf Florida here

county, one of which shall be at the CourtHouse otherwise coming into its pssession Theory and Practice of Teaching. and makIng hereby repealed take October School Book Commission selected with special by accepts the provision* uf tie Act vf Con
of raid county of his intention so to and a library of publications an average grade of 70 per cent with a Sec. hall effect reference to transportation facilities and Cress, ppro\d February I), 2II, eatitleJ

do. Provided however, that if such Executoror work a herein provided. The collections grade on no subject below 60 per cent shall 1st 1917. freight rates, a central book dep.ltor by "An Act ID provide for she promotion uf vocational ;
Administrator shall not be sole Executor and library of said museum Ihal be open receive a third grade certificate valid for Approved June 9, 11. each of the contractors, or education; to provide for co-opera

or administrator before making an order relieving free to the public, under rules and one year from date of Issue. contractors combined; and there shall also tion with the states In lbs promotion of cecil

him from his duties and oblations regulation to be promulgated by the Directorof Sec 9. Any eligible applicant passing a CHAPTER 7373-(No. 115). be maintained by said contractor one or education vf agriculture and Ibe UsJrs aol

as such, the County Judge shall said Museum, and approved by the State satisfactory oral and written examination AX ACT Amend Acts of more agencies In each county of the State industries; to provide for co-ofcrllua nub
to make and file a true and correct accountof Board of Control. on the subjects prescribed for a third grade i'Jli the\Same Chait"r .00 Act to for the distribution of the books, and par the States In ties preparation vf teachers of

his or Administratorship and Sec. 3. The said Museum shall be under certificate and on agriculture and civil gov- Knaule Normal. ldn.chUI JutUedAn Clle, Graduates ties living In the county where no agency vocational subjects; anti to stpruyrtal

pay over and deliver to his successor or to his the control of a Director who shall be nominated trnment and making an average grade of to Teach aud AC ail in has been established or no arrangements money and regulate Its eipendfure.r Tb*

co-Executor or co-Administrator or both a by the President of the Univtrsity of cent with a grade on no subject second Tins Male." lue "I.tu.t" from made one for of distribution the contractors, may order and It the shall some be good faith uf the Stale I* hereby pledged t*

the case may be any and all money and property Florida and elected by the State Board of below per cent .hal receive a from Be It Enacted by the Legislature of theStite the duty of the contractor or contractors to make available for the several purpose of

of whatever description or kind that ControL He shall receive such conpensationas grade certificate vald three years of Florida; deliver book, or books, PG ordered, to said Act funds sufficient at least to iual

may have come into his possession, custody may be fixed by the State Board of Con- date of Issue. I K, m m 1. That Chapter 650, Acts of the person any ordering, to Ms povtofflce address. the sum allotted, from tim la tIme. I*
and control such Executor or Administrator trol. See 10. Any eligible applicant .passing_ Le and the same hereby amenuealo this State from tile aurourlstlun naila ba
a .. _. on l iJ lS freight, express, postage or other cnantes..
and the County Judge before making bee. 4. I shal b the duty 01 the uirec- satisfactory oral and written examination grade read' as follows; prepaid at the retail contract price: Provided aid Act and to meet all conjuiooe secessary -
such satirfield that the interests of the State Florida the subjects prescribed for a second to entHI the Slat to U.
order shall be tor to surveys of and Section 1. All graduates of the nora! The price of the book or book,. so bensflts vfl&ld S
of the estate will not be placed in jeopardy and collect specimens and data of a scientific certificate and on physical geography of and coilegiate departments of the Universityof ordered shall be pall In advance. All book Act
by such that and economic in the three and making an average grade for See. 1. Th* Slat Treasurer Is
actionsProvidtd. always, nature kingdoms algebra below Florida and the Florida State College shall be sold to the consumer at the retail hereby des
acceptance of such. resignation shall not be ; mineral vegetable and animal in such 85 per cent with a grade on no subject grade Women, 'bo in tbe regular examinationsheld contract price, and on each book shall be ignated custc-llan of all fund allotted U

construed to exonerate any Executor Administrator numbers and quantities a may be needful for 60 cent, shall receive a Ir.t of la these Institutions at the close of tbe 1 printed the following; "The price fixed this State from th* appropriations mJe by

or his sureties from any liabity incurred the purpose of said Museum. Said collections certificate valid for five year In this Junior and Senior years shall make a general hereon la fixed by State contract and any said Act. sod be shall receive and provide

previously to such and acquisitions may be made at any season Issue, except a otherwise provided average of not less than 85 per cent on deviation therefrom shall be reported to for the proper custody and disbursement of

Sec. 2. That when there is no co-Executor of the year and upon all properties owned Act presentingsatisfactory all subjects pursued and completed dllngtbeBe your County Superintendent ef Puh'le' In- the same in accordance with said Act.

or co-Administrator that can safely and conveniently by the State of Florida, and no provision 11. Any eligible applicant ability to tao years, with a grade on subject utructlon, or the State Superintendent at See I. Tb* fatal* Board uf IMucalloo U

look after the estate, a successor of any existing law shal b construed so a evidence of possessing embraced In below 60 per cent, shall be awarded a graduate Tallahassee." And It Is expressly provided hereby created ties State Vocational education
not
must be appointed and duly qualified before to prohibit the necessary teach one or more subjects stale certificate by the State Superintendent that should any party contracting to furnish Board contemplated to Section I of
an Executor or Administrator shall be relieved mens for said Museum. The permission spec. the requirements for a second grade oral certificate and of Public Instruction upon certi books, as provided for In thin Act, fall said Act of Congress, and said Board I* s

of his duties and obligations a such owner or agent shall be first secured before and passing! a satisfactory sub reports filed with tim by the presidents 1 to furnish them, or otherwise break his eon- hereby designated, authorized and require
Executor or Administrator as provided in taking an specimens from the lands of any written examination on one or more on tel Institutions; provided, that graduates tract In addition to the rUnf cf the Piste to co-operate a* provided In and required by

Section One of this Act This Act shall also person )corporation. The Director shall jects, shall receive a special certificate$0 of the collegiate department abal devote to sue on the bond hereinbefore required, the aforesaid Act of Congress, with the Federal

apply] to Executrix Adminitrtrx collect specimens and data of a civic nature ever subject on which a grade of shall per be three-twentieths of their the the Chairman of the County Board of Public Hoard of Vocational Education, la tb*

Sec. 3. That thi, law shal efect immediately pertaining the early history of the State, made. A special certificate study of psychology and education.Sec. Instruction may sue In the name of the administration of the provision of ((!<' Act.an.1

after its passage approval by locate and chart historic sites, prehistorceahwork. valid for teaching only the subjects date of cvredby 2. Any chartered college or university Ptite of Florida. In the courts of the State State to do all thing necessary to stitle lbs
the Governor. heaps and It and for five years from in this State that will submit to such ff Florida having Jurisdiction and recover to receive the benefit thereof.
shcl colcct
Approved May 30, 1917. reative the prehistoric aborigi. Sec. 1!. Any eligible applicant taught presenting successfully inspection and regulations I the State; on the bond given by the contractor the full See 4. Tbe Etate Vocational Hoard hall

nal the State as represented in it satisfactory evidence of months having In all, and Board of Education and the State Board Of value of the books so failed to be furnished, designate the University ot Florida atGainesville

CHAPTER 7366- AN ACT Authorizing an Employer in Caseof shall as may be practicable, prepare such pmMne a satisfactory oral and physics that any such Institution prescrbe. and sus of the county: Provided That In alt eases Women at Tallahassee as the schools fir tbs

Death of an Employe, to Pay to the specimens a may accrue into travel- on pometr trgonometr, h tall tbe same or an course r services of process may be had and d.e'nel Industrial training of and teacher of agricultural, trade
Widow Husband, Child Father or Motherof ing exhibits and circulate them as loans to botany, toolory. Latn Enl history the normal or collegiate departments asmaintained sufficient on any agent cf the contractor In borne economics subjects, lbs

Such Employe, any that May be the public schools of the State. II.raturl psychology grade general of 85 per cent, In the State University, or the the county or If no agent Is In the county, one Sec.for S.men- The and State th* other Vocational for women.

Due Him at the Time His Deth See 5. The Director shall make an annual an< an average below (0 percent Florida State College for Women the graduates then service on any depositors and this! service Board shall E-lutatlo
Be It Enacted by the Legislature Stateof of the expenditure and general work with a grade on no subject valid of any and all such In this shall he. and stand In the place of In designate at least I public school
repor State certificate each of the State
shall receive a county as a school for
Florida: department to the State Board of Control State shall receive the same graduate state service on the defendant contractor.
asotherwIse
Section 1. That it shall be lawful for which said Board ubhsn. and years from date of Issue except provided la Section 1. of the teaching of aurlcutural, trade, ham economics
any shal teDirector In this certificates a Sec 4. That Section 14 nf the said Chap- and Industrial subjects, said schools
employer in case of the death of an em- shall from time publish provided Act this Act for graduates of the University of, ter 6178 Acts of 1S11, be and the same Is to be less than college grade Provided
ploye to pay to the wife or husband and in distribute bulletins and monographs record Sec. 13. Any applicant filing with the Florida and the Florida State College for hereby, amended so as to read as follows: county or local community, ;or both lbs

case there is no wife or husband. then to ing data and exploiting the work of the said State Superintendent of Public Instructiona Women and they shal be based upon like Section 14. That said Commission may. provide the necessary plant and ball
the child the child or Museum. valid primary certificate, and presenting ed by or equipment
president pre.dent
or cildren. provided > from time to time, make any necessary regulations determined upon by till said Hoard
children be of eighteen yean and Sec. & Te Director may, subject to the ap satisfactory evidence of having taught successfully of any and al such Inltfutone not contrary to the provisions of the sail Board shall dirMe ; provided

in case there is no child or to proval of State Board of Control, authorizepersons in the primary department of a Sec. S. president e&h of the two this Act, to secure the prompt and faithful all funds. National and Hate. available equitably

the falhe or mother any wages that may b meriting to assist him in procuring regular graded school of not less than four State Institutions named In Section 1 of this performance of all contracts, and It Is especially his Act, among tbe countl e of thl* under flat*

due sid employe at the time of his death. specimens in any section of the State. teachers for a period of thirty-two months Act. and the president of each and ever Institution now provided that said Commission that are entitled to receive th* sam la accordance

Sec. 2. That any wages so paid under theauthority See. 7. This Act shall take effect when it under a primary te. (hall receive a coming under the provisions of shall maintain Us organization during the with the provisions of the afore- )

of this Act shall not be considered is approved by the Governor. life primary certificate valid during the life ton 2 of this Act shall make a certified an five years of the continuance of the contract, aid Federal Aet

as assets of the estate and subject to admin Approved May 30, 1917. of the holder for teaching In prmar department report, & eon as practicable atereach and after the expiration of the same to re- See. I. That for the purpose of providing

IttOn. only ot any_public commencement, to the State Superintendent advertise fof new bids proposals, as required for the teactelog f 9 t hi> arnleubturat. t t**>i4sk

Se That laws and parts of laws in CHAPTER TJ6I-(No. Ill). See. 14. Any applicant' mini wills me of Public Instruction, wmcn repuri by this Act. In the unIt itw nr*. ana horn economics and Industrial subjects pro.
conflict with a provisions of this Act are State Superintendent of Public Instruction a ball show In separate lists the names of all enter Into such other contracts as they may vlded for In the said Act of Coegres. t*
AN ACT to Provide for the Procuring and valid grade certificate and presenting pupils completing the normal and collegiate lnter ts of the patrons which
f hereby repealed.Sec. frt deem best for the assent Is hereby given, and that th*
4. That this Act shaH become effective the Display cf the Flag of the United satsfactor evidence of having taught twen- courses, and specify the subjects pursued of the public schools of the State: Provided State of Florida may receive from lbs Federal
States of America Over the Each the Public Free Schools of this and completed by each graduate both In the Into renewed shall
! upon its passage and approval by the Capitol years Any contract entered or government the amount allowed fee the
j Governor, or becoming a law without his ap- State Institution. County and State, the last ten year consecutively on Junior and Senior years with the grade be for the term of five years. The adoption salaries of teachers In th* said subject, th* K
! proval. County School Building In This State. frt grade certificates, and ae being of "0 made on a per cent basis on each aMee of the books made under the provisions of sum of 115.408 shall be available Joif 1.

Approved June 6. 1917. Be It Enacted by the Legislature of theState character faithful and successful as completed severally and separately; proYde this Act shall continue for five years. 1117. and tb* suits of $11,149 shall b* avail.

of Florida: an Instructor and dlsclplnalan. shall re- that the grades of the Freshman Spho- See (. That Sectlod II of aid Chapter able July 1. till, and th* said sum or M
Section L The flag of the United Statesof eelte a life first 'te cerIfcate. valid during more years of such graduates as complete a 17S. Acts of 1311. be and the same Is much thereof as will equal lbs aramnt t*

CAP' ( 1O.) America shall be displayed daly. when the life of an)part full tor-yea course in any of the ClegNor hereby, amended so as to read aa follows: which th* State will b* entitled cedar the

AN AC Gltr t Court of Ce la the weather permits, from a upon the of the State.Sec. universities coming under Sections 1 Section 1*. That any teacher who hall said Act of Congress, fe* lbs urns U hereby

Juco t Eao State CapItol county courthouse upon one IS. Any applicant filing with the 2 of this Act shall be reported In the same wilfully use or permit to be used In his or appropriated out of any fund la th* Mtat
press AH to A ech State educational Institution State Superintendent of Public Inaretl01 manner grade* for the Junior aid< her school, any text-book upon the branches Treasury net otherwise appropriated

the Community o Injure tie Hearth o. and upon every county publte school two first grade certificates, each an Senior year; pr'de further, that each embraced In this Act, where the Commission Approved JOB I, 191?.

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CHAPTER 7J7T-(No. 119). taken a* herein which ball or business can under the provision of this evidence of the content of said charter In this Act desiring to amend or alter its charter any association organised under
to ha' been prvide app Act govern th* association or business b, all actions and prceelD. shall adopt the proposed amendment or alteration which shall' violate' any of said law .r.vt? .11
Section S of Chapter
g AN ACT to Amend I. their and add purely eo-ortv custom of one man, on Sec. 6. No > cororaton .hal transact by a vote of two-thirds of its stock shall knowingly permit the same to b.
.I e
. (111. Law of Jord Approved Entitled June" I the same to te rpt.totl prnct sheet In vote,, howeer b left optona with any bu.lnel until h.ve had said at a meeting called or formeting shall be subject to forfeiture of Its chsje,,.
I 1111. Bam Act arriving at th totl reel of the election in the of th letters patent or a certified copy thereof for the note I provide If and if any citizen shall complain to t
Act Appropriating Fund for the Purpose the precinct Sec. 7. Tbl Act shall take effect Immediately with a certified copy of said charter recorded cpitl ItOk lorney-General that any association wit t
Erecting Building and Furnishing .ote lvl the In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit amendment be so corporation lied under _
! Sec. I. saId ballot and It passage and aproval by this Act was organized for i?
1 t J1put and for his operation. Main- counted by th* County Board of 1 Cav.r Governor. Court for the county wherein the principal .bl prepare I certificate under its being used as a cover to evade any of i
Management of the Florida ball be sealed In endorsement Approved May SI, 1117. place of business 1* located and IhaI common sel verified by the President or a laws of Florida against crime and shall .the
. Industrial School for Boy and Providing thereon a: ennlop absent file with the Secretary of State and VicePresident. of the proposed alteration or mlt prima facie evidence to sustain

I for UM Paym nt o Such Appropriation voter of Precinct (or Ward of ..-.. CAPER 7S85-(No. 127). Clerk of the circuit Court duplicate affidavits amendment adopted as aforeid which certificate charge It shall be the duty of the it ,.
r B* It Enacted by the Legislature of the CIty)" and the same shall b* kept la the AN ACT Rel.Uv the Appointment of In by its Treasurer that 126,000 of its capital shall b fled in the the Seretr ney-General to Institute and in due
ofDco other or of Mark and Brand has been duly subw-rlbed and to prosecute to final Judgment course
I But ot Florid: county Judle' blow a .petor Dpute. .tol of State, produce the .mc t such procM
f kept according to of Cattle beln paid for In cah Governor, who shall examine the and if inga a* may be necessary to annul the chap."
! Section 1. Section I of Chapter Jit. It Enacted by the Legislature of the Sec. (. sme. ter and
Tt case of contested elections the same shall B Unt dlrecof are elected the be finds it to be in form accordance Incorporation of such
: Law of th* same being "An Act be opened and in other cases, but State of Florida: signers of have the direction proper and writs of Injunction or other association
I : Appropriating Fund for the PUre of In case the counted.County shall Section 1. It shall be the duty of the of the affair and organization of said with law, he shall approve the same, and nary process shall be Issued by extraor.courts

i: Erecting Building and not find the name of such Cnusr regI.tered County Commissioners of each county In this cororaton and shall take such steps as thereupon leter patent shall be issued reciting competent Jurisdiction on the appllcauo. 2

1 ment and for the Operation Maintenanceand among the voter of his precinct, one State wherein there are ,000 or more head to obtain subscriptions to the the or amendment in question and the Attorney-General on sworn bin of con _
II Management of the Florida Industrial of luch board on the envelopscontaining of cattle, ai shown by the last State census. corporate stock and complete the organization said letters patent shall then be recorded in the plaint pending any such annulment proe,, _
School for Boy and providing for the pay the ballot "Not and to lay out their respective counties Into district of the corporation. The business of ever office of the Screar of State, in the ing and In aid thereof and all such
met of suck appropriations approved June such ballot shall not be Relatered" ,to be known as Cattle District, and corporation organized under this Act office of the Circuit where shall be liven precedence over all c1v1 ca

< 2. U1. b* and the same I hereby amended from the envelop.and tbe envelope removf aDd each Cattle District shall be entitled to two be aCe by a Board of not less the original charles was Cour, from pending in such Courts, and shall be bes.cs..

I : 1 &a* follow*: ballot be preserved by county cattle Inspectors or depute to be appointedby than three who shall be elected by the date of recording in the Secretary( of State's and disposed of with is little delay as p _
0 b In his office in case of a ballot the Governor upon recommendation the stockholders and shall hold office untiltheir ticable,
Sec. 5. When boy shall committed Judi & office said alteration amendment shall be
any been so of the County Commissioner who hall also successors are respectively elected and or Sec. S. Once each year a complete
I ,, by the Judge of any Court In the State-for of Sec. '. counted Prctce. Forbldden.An .- recommend the appointment by the Governorof qualifled. The number of the directors shall taken and considered 1 a part of said charter. of the books and accounts of every

Florida to the Florida Iduta School person or abet fraudIn one Inspector at evr cattle shipping be fixed by the charter but may be See ij. Any corporation desiring to changeits tton organized under this Act shall bemadl

Boy ld for deem such connection with any vote cast, or to be pen on the railroad every shipping port, Increased or diminished at any tme chanred name shall so resolve at any general meeting by or under the direction of the ComprUee
If E pro.the committing Judge ball cut or attempted to be cut under the pro from which cattle are hipped within their stockholders, and there shall be 10 restriction of its stockholders and upon lung: a crifcat of th- State of Florida, at an eXpene
prper. or until he shall reach his majority of of this Act shall, conviction, be respective couute. and al of said cattle on the number of directors except that of the resolution under it common sal. said corporation not to exceed 1100 for se
or un discharged eaUe by the Board sentenced to the pnitentar for not less Inspectors expert In tak- there shall never be .than three direct office of the Secretary State letters patent examination. The Comptroller shall j,

I la.eer. than 1 nor more ear.An ing and recording marks and brands of cattle ors. The Board of Directors may by resolution shall issue reciting the change of name which have the power to make such additional!
! S 2. All law and part of law In con- person attempting to vote by fraudulently and men of low Integty. and hall designate tbre or more of their num- letters be recorded for audits of the books and accounts of
: : flct the provision of this Act are signing the name of a regularly qualified not be allowed deputes. ber to an eeutv commite. patent shal as provided corporation from time to time as he
, hereby repealed. voter. shall be guilty of fargery. Sec. 2. In every State who, to the extent amendment the charter. No two corpora deem proper upon the application of may
" 1S17. Any public official who knowingly violates wherein there are less than S.OOO cattle a* tion or by-laws of the company shall have tions shall bear the same corporate name. creditor or member of any such auoeiati.say
S.
Approved June of this shown the last State the CountyCommissioners and exercise the the Sec. 18. Provisions 2643 and accompanied by cash
any the provision of Act and there- by census powers of Board of Directors Setions a deposit of not less
\ by aids in any way the or attempting of each such county are here- In the conduct and mangement of the 2672. both inclusive, and of Sections 2677 to than $t"O: but no examination shall be mad.

. 7J78-(No. 10). to ct a vote or who shall con- by emp1ered. at their discretion, except In business and affair of the corporation and 2682 both inclusive, and of Sections 2687 to upon application of a creditor or
, CHAPTER five to provisions of this Act In the majority of the stock shall have the power to authorize the seal 2691 both of the General Statutes of unless In the Judgment of the Comptroller !
1 AN ACT to Provide for the Inspection of All order that fraud may be perpetrated shall owner may petition for a division of the of the Company to be affixed to all paper the State incusivl. relating to corporations same shall promote the best Interests of S!

I f: Hospitals. Sanatorium. Public and PrivateSchools forever be disqualified from holding offlc county Into Cattle DI.trCtl when In such requiring it The charter may provide that for profit, Ford.not in conflict inconsistent association it* creditors or the public. the
I and In.ttuton. Nunneries and In the State of Florida, and ever ca.e they may be required to do so, to layout the directors may be divided Into two or 1 or results of all such audits shall be kept
!r House of the Goo Within This disqualified from exercising ahal right b their respective counties Into districtsto more classes, each clal to hold office for with the terms of this Act, shall app y file in the office of the Comptroller, and one on
State. franchise. be known a Cattle Districts and each such period 8 may therein to corporations formed or organized under this copy certified by him shall be forwarded

I ; It Enacted by the Legislature of the 9B See T. Evr county registration officer Cattle District shall be entitled to two cattle See 7. Every corporation prelcrbed. Act a fully and to the same extent a if theprovisions the Pecretary of said association, who shalL t.

". State of Florida: Inspectors of election witha Inspectors or deputies to be appointed by i. Act shall have a President, one or more of such existing statutes were set at the request of any officer or creditor, :
reasonable number of printed forms of affidavits the Governor. upon the recommendation of Vice-Presldents. a Seretar and a Treasurer forth and repeated therein and every corpora hiblt the same for inspection. The Comptroller
1 Section 1. That the Governor of this of the character described in Section the County Commissioners, who shall 1110r"commend who shall be the Directorsas tion formed under this Act shall have all of shall furnish a certified -
t State upon the recommendation of the J of this Act the appointment by the Governoror and when the by-laws may direct The the rights. powers and privileges in addition to audit to any officer or creditor applytal
l' Board Of County CommUaionera shall .p- Sec. j. This Act shall take effect Immediately one Inspector at every shipping pen on by-la"1 of said corporation may for those conferred bj ibis granted and therefor upon the payment of the same tee
I' pint a Commission in each county. to con- upon its passage and approval by the the rairoad. and every shipping port, from as many Vlce-Presldents as may be desired. Ac. pre as prescribed by laws for certified copies
scribed the laws Florida
I I six members three of whom shall be Governor, or upon Its becoming a law with- are shipped, within their respective The corporation may have such other officers by of of to made by Clerks of the Circuit Court
i.t women and three shall be men. to Inspect out such approval. counties, and al of said cattle inspectors agents or as may be and for corporations for profit: provided how.l See t. That It shall be lawful for any as.

t,- all nubile and private charitable Institutions. Approved June 7. 11. or depute be experts In taxIng deemed nere.sar.repre.entatvel- h. .hnn' i" that in case of any conflict between the soclatlon Incorporated under this Act to .n..
'I within the county. Including Hospitals San- and mark and brands and such manner and hold their offices for such express provisions of this Act and said statutes ter Into any contract, lease or agreement
'I' atoriums. Public and Private Schools High CHAPTER 7S81-(No 13). men of known Intelty. shall not be terms as may be prescribed by the by-laws this Act shall control and provided further with any City or County in the Btats of
I Shool and Colleges Alm'hoult. Houses of "AX ACT to Amend Section 15S4 of the General allowed to depute.. or. in the absence of the by-laws that nothing herein contained or in said Florida for the donation to, or the us. and
y. Shepherd. Detention and Reformatory Statutes of Florida Relating to Certificates The term of otce Inspector. or the Board of Directors. The failure to elect statute above referred to shall limit the power ocupation by such association of any land
Institutions Nunneries Convents Asylum by the Commissioner of Agriculture deputies shall be 4 years. any officer of this corporation at the timeprescribed of any corporation formed under this Act to owned, leased or held by any such County
I' *. Seminaries and any other Institutionsmaintained in Re.pet to the Ownership of Pub Sec. S. It hail be the duty of each and by law or by the certificate of Incorporation have many directors and Vice-Presidents or City during such time and on such tenns
b religious or educational In- lie Lnd., to Authorize S.1 Commie Inspector appointed by the Governor or by-laws shall not dissolveor a o as such County or City may authorize wits
ever other officers its
char
stitutions. Agriculture to tf the marks and brands of all cattle affect the validity of the corporation. Any e* may b prescribed by the right on the part of such association to

the Commission Under HI. Official Seal of the Conveyance* driven from or through or Ihlppe from vacancy occurring In the office of any officer. charge and receive an admission fee or fu
Sec. S. It shall be Institution the duty mentioned of In of and Other Facts in Connection With their respective counties or when by death resignation. removal or otherwise ter.Section 19. This Act shall tk effect immediately to such fair or exposition or any part tber,!
visit each i
to within the Lands of the Trustees Of the Internal Improvement notified of. or cognizant of such facts and shall be filed a* provided for in the b-la" upon its becoming a lw. of; and the Board of County Commiss1one ,
the foregoing section situated Fund or the State Board of Education shall keep a suitable book for that purpose, or. In the absence of such by Approved May 30 1917. of any County within which such !
County one eaea year or oftener if the or Other Otcr of the State of to be furnished by the County Commissionersfor directors It shall not be prov.lon. for the Exhibition Is held and the Mayor and crS

5' Commission deem It necessary for the purpose Florda and to Such Certifi the purpose of taking and recording ail President Vice-President. Secretary and CHAPTER 7388-(No. 130), Council of any City within inch County shin
of ascertaining the treatment of the Inmate In Evidence and Entitled marks and brands of all cattle taken by Treaurer. or any of them, to be of AN ACT to Provide for and Encourage the be authorized to make contribution }
of aid Institution and the general to Record and Prescribing the and them and of unmarked cattle Board of member money or property to such associations 5
dl.crptonl Director.
condition of lad Institution and reportS Etet of the Same." For driven from, thruh shipped from their Sec 8. The meeting of the corporatiOn Creation and Incorporation of Associations assist In carrying out the purposes of suck
their findings to Governor and the County Enacted by the Legislature of the respective counties or districts, and hall set Ihal be called by a notice signed by a Not for Profit to Conduct and Operate Public associations aa defined by this Act lad
( Commissioners of the County: Pvded State ot Florida: forth In the record the name or names of JT.ti of the subscribing Fairs and Exiton for the Benefit and Boards of County Commissioners of the VaH.
the visits of said Commission Section 1. That Section 154 of the General the person or persons driving or shipping delllatnl.f. the time place Incorratot.purpose Agcltrl. Horticultural pus Counties of the State of Florida art
; mad known or announced beforehand.See. Statutes of the State of Florida be and such cattle and the dates thereof. Each Inspector metnr. Such notice be published Live Stock of hereby authorized to expend in their discretion -

S. Te member of said Commissionshall the same Is hereby amended so that the shall be required to furnish each and once wek for at least .hal weeks before Florida and to State the Powers, Prvnee. such sums of money as they deem for
compensation but shall same, as amende shall read 8 follows: ever person so driving or shipping cattle such meeting in a newspaper published In and Exemptions !. the best Interests of their Counties and ta
be allowed their actual traveling epn.e "Sec. Cerltcatl of Commissioner through their respective counties or the county where the corporation has Its Be It Enacted by the Legislature of the aiding the development of the agricnltoraL
to paid by the county. of Agriculture ownership con districts a certificate, which shall set forth principal place of bu.lnll but said subscrlblttg State of Florida: horticultural and live-stock resource or
b
veyance of and other fact In connectionwith the number of cattle so In.pete4 the mark Incorrtor may waiv such notice and their Counties and in giving publicity to the
S 4. Tat any olcer. agent or employe public lands. A certificate of the Commissioner and and also a de.crpton all un- in time and place of such Section t. TWlnt.fv or more persons wishing advantages, facilities and agricultural her.tlcultural .
brand
refuse to permit
or to form for for
not
pnn of Agriculture under his official meeting without such publication. prft. and live-stock possibilities and
or any way with the vlit. orInvestigation ..al. with rKpt to the present or past I shall also be the duty of each and every Sec. '. Every corporation organized Under the purpose of conducting and 0 production of their Coutnles by providing
provided for by this In ownership State or by the School. inspector so appointed to Inspect the mak this have the power to create fairs or expositions for the benefit and development for aiding and assisting the exhibition and
any manner hinder or delay the commissioner Seminary or Internal Improvement Funds of and of the hides of beef or mak. two or more kinds of stock of such classes, of the agricultural, horticultural, live demonstration of such resource at and la
er member thereof In the discharge of any land In this State the butchered In each Cattle and with such connection with such fain and
S- or of conveyance hogs DI.trct de.lllton. preference or voting stock and other resources of the State or my expositions
their duties shall t guilty of a misdemeanorand or transfer of any such land by said shall keep a complete record such stated In Incorporation. County or Counties of the State of Florida Including the offering and paying f preml-
be punished a fine of not more than Trustee of the Interal Improvement Fund and brands of cattle or marks of The power to Increase or decrease stock shall may urns for such exhibition or resource ef their
become
in
the !
mark incorporated following
manner:
S ISO' or by imprisonment not more than one or of the State Board of Education or other the name of the person or persons apply to or any of such classes of stock respective counties.See. .
7ar. or by both each fine and Impr.onment Officers or Boards of the State of Florida butchering said cattle or hogs, or offerIng At no 11 shall the total amount of pre They shall present to the Judge of the Circuit 10. This Act shall take effect Imau.dtately .

Approved Jun* I. 111?. having power to convey any such lands, or them for tale; said Inspection of marks ferred stock exceed two-thlrdl of the actual Court for the County in which the principal upon its becoming a law.
any facts shown by the public record of his and brands shall be at the time said beef paid-In preferred stock may. office of said association is to be located a pro Approved June (.< 1917.

o office with r.pet to any such lands, or the or hogs are offered for sale, and not afterward If caplt.1, to redemption at not posed charter signed by the intended incorpora-
7J7 -(No. 121). transfer ownership or conveyance of the less than par at a time and price to be torn, which shall set forth: CHAPTER 738>-(No. HI).
AN ACT CAP to Establish and Maintain a Branch same, shall be prima facie evidence of the and every Inspector shall file a full stated In such stock certificate. Tn no event i. The name of the association and the place AN ACT to Protect and Regulate the Sponn
Experiment Station In or Near Wlntsr Hayea fact therein certified and every such certificate report of his work each month with the shall the holders of any stock of any such where the principal office is to be located. The Fishing Industry of the etate of Florida
Polk County. State of to shall be admissible In evidence In all Board of County Commissioners to b recorded corporation organized under this Act of name of said association shall include the word and to Provide a Penalty for the Violation -
1orda of the Courts of this State. All such certificates by the elerk of the circuit cur whatever character or class, be personally liable of This Act and Repealing jUl Laws
Field Research "Inc. t. The general nature of its
on objects
Pob- shall without other or further proof See. 4. I hall 11.0 be the for any of the debts of such corporation. in Conflict Therewith.Be .
lem: to K.t I the Duty of the re admitted to record and recorded In the and every Insector. appointed according to All stock of kind of any corporation and powers. 3. The qualifications and terms It Enacted by the Legislator of the
of Such Branch Sta- deed books of the respective counties of this the the foregoing sections, organized ever this Act shall be Issued tot of members and the manner of their admission Stat of Florida:
tion and to Provide tor Carrying On Investigation State where the laid mentioned In such certificates where slaughtered beef or hogs are not offer cash only and expulsion. Provision may be made in the Section 1. That ail sponge within the

Thereat lie and the record of every suchcertifieatn for sale but where such beef or hog Sec. 10. Every corporation organized tinder charter for ex-omcio membership, and member Jurisdiction of the State of Florida are her,
Whereas. The Citrus Industry of Florida Is shall have the same force and effect be slaughtered for common consumption this Act shall have the power in addi ships may be for terms of years. 4. The time by declared and shall continue and remain
recognized a* an agricultural asset of great for all purposes a the record of deeds.* to take a record of the mark and tion to the provision contained In the char- for which it is to exist 5. The names and the property of the Stat of FIends, and
magnitude to the State; and Approved May 21. 1917. brand of all such slaughtered beef and the ter thereof for the regulation of the hn i. residences of the subscribers. 6. By what may be taken and used by the citizens of

Whereas annually a loss of many marks of all such slaughtered hog In the ness and conduct of the affairs of said-corporation officers its affairs to be and the the State of Florida and persons nt dttieas
Ter I are managed,
thousand to said industry from CAPER 7S82-(No. 124).' same manner a* provided In the preceding and creating, defining and of this Stat. subject to the restriction* and
attack of tn.et o dolar fungous diseases and AN ACT Unlawful for Manufacturers sections and shall file a report therf.regulating the DO**. lmitng. time at which they will be elected or appointed. reservations hereinafter Imposed by this Aet.See. .
other cause not well. andWherea of Fertilizers in This State to Discriminate prvide In the preceding .cton. conduct and operate crrton., 7. The names of the officers who are to man 1. On and after the approval of this
und."to
Against Farmers and Other Users the duty of any so stock, agricultural, or other age its affairs until the first election or appointment Act It shall be unlawful for any pcrsoa.
Further and detailed prons
more research horiculurl
concerning the nature of of Such Fertilizer in This State In the desiring to kill such beef or hog nott fair* or exposition times, or under the charter. person, firm or corporation to take or catch
such I De..ar effective method can be Prices Charged for Such Ferizer. and such Inspector. Pvded. that from time to time, and for that purpose to ment under the charter. 8. By whom its bylaws by any means or method In the water of
devised for combating them; and Povldlng a Penalty for Volaton of this Act Ihal tarerl who butcher buy leae. acquire and occupy lands, and are to be made, altered or rescinded. 9. the Gulf of Mexico, or the Strait* of Florida
This Act their to building and Improvements The or other waters within the territorial limit
ow.tok of all highest amount of indebtedness liability
Whraa. Additional fund are necessary or
Be It by the Legislature of the Sec. 5. or parts of law In conduct kinds thereon, and to develop the same, and which it of this State, any commercial sponges ma>
citrus to time
land at
and additional *. Including tree State of Florida: with the prvl.lonl of this Act be and to sell, lease or such may any subject Itself tiring when wet leas than five Inches la their
In the citrus growing sections of the State mornle. convey property The proposed charter shall be acknowledged
Section 1. That It shall be unlawful for the came are herb or thereof In its maximum diameter or for any person, persons
discretion
are needed by the Station th.University
of Florida Experiment for successfully of con-* any manufacturer of ferlzer In this Stat Sec. t. This Act shall take effect Immediately from time to time, and to charge and receive by at least three of the subscribers, each a man firm or corporation to land, deliver,
duct log said therefor to charge any farer. or other upon Its and approval by the compensation for admission to such of good character and reputation, before sn offi- cure, offer for sale or have possession of at
Innltatol; U.ll or users in this State sold to Governor, or pun becoming a law withOut fan or and the sale or renting deeda.- which subscribers shall also make and any port or place or upon any boat or vessel
Be It Enacted by the Legislature of the such farmer or users for cash by car load lots such approval space expIIUonl. or other cer authorized to make acknowledgment of any such commercial sponge

\ state of Florida: more than is charged by such manufacturer 1. Itt?. and to conduct and hold public prvleges subscribe an oath, to be attached to the pro Sec. S. That the presence of cpoag *f

Seton 1 Tht the Board of Control be for fertilizers of the same quality to merchants supervise and conduct lectures mletnn. posed charter that the sole object of the association the diameter of less than five Inches OB any
: dieted to locate establishand or dealers In the same county; and in CHAPTER UU-eo. Us stratton work In connection with or for the Is public service that there has vessel or boat engaged in sponging la the
maintain a Experiment Station determining what the price charred bYlucb AV ACT Making for the Improvement of agrIculture horticulture and been pro waters of the Gull ot Mexico the Strait at
in or near Winter Havtn Polk Cout. in manufacturer to merchants or Maintenance of the Co-Operative Agricultural stock-raising and all kinds of and vided for the purposes of the association property Florida or other waters within the territorial
the citrus growing section of the Stte rebate or drawbacks of any character shall Extension Work Between This State matters connected therewith to farlnl money and other available assets in value limits of the State ot Florida or the possession
f Insect pekl. disease and other ,eclu affecting be Ignored and the amount actually receivedand and the United States Department of Agriculture its of agricultural and horticultural ehlb-products exceeding fs.ooo, tnd that it is intended in of any sponge lees than the said
: the production of citrus fruits and rltalnl by such manufacturer .hal be. Required to Be Maintained b, live stock, chickens and domestic animals good faith to carry out the object* and par- diameter sold and delivered by such person
citrus tree shall b* studied. for thl purpose of this Act. a tho Chapter 6339. Law of Florida and to give certificates or diplomas of poses therein Sri forth. Notice of intention to persons, firm or corporation, shall be prim
Sec. 2. That the supervision and direction price charged for inch fertilizers. Ee It Enacted by the Legislature of the excellence, and generally to do and apply to the Circuit Judge for any such charter facie evidence of the violation of this Act
of the research work of such a laOratol Sec. 2. That the test for determining the State of Florida: carry out all acts peror bUllne..e8u.ual stating the time when the application: wiIbe Sec 4. It shall be unlawful for any per
mat.n
hall be vested In the Board of CDtroL quality of such fertilizers shall be made In Section 1. That for the purpose of the or with State or made, shall be published in son, persons, firm or corporation to maintain
the same manner as I. now provided In maintenance of the co-operative agricultural a newspaper and use for the purpose of catching tak
county or but this or
: enumeration
Sec. I. That the Board of Control is falr lxpo.ltonl in the County where
the
Section mi of the General Statutes of the and home economics work for principal office of said fag commercial sponge from the Gulf of
S hereby groves authorized to accept or other din&Uons things of ot State of Florida of 190 and all Acts amen in the Act of Congress to (JPovded. Is derogation of or limit power any special hall not provisionof be In association shall be located once each week for Mexico, or the Straits of Florida or other

land.that monle. in conductingthe daor thereof for testing the grade or qua! given by Chapter C 39. Law of Florida and the charter of such corporation Inserted four consecutive weeks, setting forth briefly the waters within the territorial limits of the

aforesaid may investigations; that fertilizers and certificates Issued by that the State of Florida may receive from for the regulation of Its business and the charter and objects of the association to be State of Florida, diving suit, helmet or
no branch station shall be provided if the State Chemist or Assistant State Chem the Federal Government the additional conduct of Its atar. or creating, defin formed. The proposed charter with proof of other apparatus used by deep sea divers.
such lands monies and other thing lit showing results of such tests shall be amount allowed over and above the base ing, limiting an the powers of publication shall be produced to the Circuit See. E. Every person engaged in the gathering -
of value be arove. than $10,000 value. competent evidence In any courts of law or fund of J10.000 annually granted by the corporation. Its director, stockholders or Judge at the time named in the notice, and, if of sponges shall use a hook or books
equity in this State of Congress the sum of shall beavailable any class of stockholders five Inches wide for the purpose of removing
SI.29.5 be
Sec. 4. That all 11.* and parts of laws Sec. J. That for each violation of this July 1. ill, lum of }22- See. 11. Nothing In this Act shall be find no cause shown to the contrary and if he sponges from the bottom and no hook
it in
Inconsistent herewith are hereby repealed Act the manufacturer makinI the sale shall 701.!shall be available on July 1. 1918. and held or construed to authorize or permit to be proper form and so sworn to or hooks of other dimensions shall be used.
S Approved June 4. 1517. forfeit and pay to discriminated the aal sums or so much thereof a will corporation organized hereunder to any on. and for an obiect authorized bv this Act, he Sec. 6. Any and all boats or vessels engaged
against one-half! of the amount received thl amounts to which the will conduct, supervise, permit or suffer carry shall approve the same and render a decree incorporating In the sponge Industry In the waters of the
for such terlz.r which amount be entitled under the said Act of Congressover gambling or game of chance, bet-any said subscribers under said charter State, before beginning operation must first
CHAPTER 7380-(No ISz. shall be recovrble the manufacturer and above the basic fund of no.nO annually ting or other Act in violation of loter. and for the objects and purposes and with the procure a police license from the Commissioner -

AX ACT Concerning Elections, and Permitting In a brought by the purchaser be and the same Is hereb laws of the State of Florida: and any corporation powers therein specified. Said charter and said of Agriculture and for this purpose the
Absent Voter to Vote by MaL In the court having Jurisdiction of the ated out of the General Revenue Fund. organized under this Act which decree nf incorporation shall then be recorded In owner captain or acent of such vessel or boat
Be It Enacted by the Legislature of the amount Involved In the County of the residence Sec. 2. That this Act shall take effect shall violate anv of said laws or which shall the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court in must present In writing to the Commissioner
State of Florida: of the purchaser. Immediately upon Its passage and approvalby knowingly permit the same to be done the County where the office of Agriculture an application setting forth
principal
See. 4. That all laws or parts of laws In the Governor. be subject to forfeiture of Its charter Ihal of said the name and description nf such vessel or
Section 1. That It shall be lawful for any conflict with the provisions of this Act are Approved May 30. 1917. any citizen shall complain to the Attorney-; .nd corporation or association shall be located, and boat, the name and postofflce of the owner
qualified elector of the State of Florida who hereby repealed. General that any corporation organized under thenceforth the subscribers and their associates whether such boat or vessel Is to be used

may. on election the occurrence of any general or !.c. 5. That this Act shall take effect Im- CHAPTER 7357-(No. 129). this Act .organized for or is being shall be incorporated by the name given in said for diving or hooking, and any such other
primary hereafter held pursuant to mediately upon Its passage and approval by used as a to evade charter and with the objects and set Information as the Commissioner
cover any of the laws of rowers of Agriculture -
law in this State be unavoidably absent the Governor. AN ACT to provide for the Creation of Corporations -
Florida against crime and thai) submit forth therein. The proposed charter during the shall deem necessary, on blanks to bs
from his court because his duties Hold or Conduct State Fairs
i or occupation to
>
require him to be elsewhere within Approved 'ay 23. 1917. or Expositions and to Prescribe the Power prim facie evidence to sustain such charge, time of publication, shall be on file in the office furnished b" the Comml.1.oner of Agriculture
it shall be the duty of the of the Clerk of the Circuit Court. and thereupon the Commissioner of Ag
the State to vote In any voting precinct in CHAPTER 73S3-(No. 115). Thereof and the Method of Incorporating Attorney-General '
the State where he may present himself for AN" ACT Agricultural and Hor the Same. to Institute and In due cour to prosecutethe Sec. 2. A certified copv of said charter and riculture shall register such boat or vessel

that purpose on the day of such election tl(1Itlral.'ulhorlz'nl Co-Operative Associations Be It Enacted bv the Legislature of the final Judgment such proceedings as may decree nf incorporation shall I* evidence of the end Issue necessary licence on payment of
Nnn-Trott be to annul the the tax herein provided
necessary charter and letters for. Such licenses
or primary under the regulations hereinafter
State of Florida
of
: contents said charter in
to Hold Stock In Cor all actions and
In" patent of such corporation and wrl's of injunction proceedings shall be procured on or before the first day
prescribed with like effect a though he Under Certain Conditions. Section 1. Three or more persons may associate and sha'l be conclusive evidence of .
roratnnl other of October each
or extraordinary of
were casting his vote In his own county and together to form and create prnrel. shall vear. .
voting preinct I En8rt.of Florida hv the Legislature of the a corporation th.mFelvel under the Laws of Florida .Issued by courts of chancery on the application te existence-of the incorporated a'sociation in All licenses shall be granted to the boat
Statf : of the Attorney-General on sworn all actions and proceedings where the question or vessels according to the following schedule
State fairs :
S Sec. 2. The voter so entitled to vote shall Section 1. That any aerlrultural or horticultural to hoMo conduct and operate or bill of complaint of its exigence is
pending any such annulment only collateral Involved All boats
present himself at the polls In any precinctin non-profit co-operative association expositions, and to exercise other powers schooners or dinghies for the
the State where he may be on such primary heretofore or hereafter organized under granted by this Act upon making and filinga such proceeding and be In 11 thereof and all and prima facie evidence in a!! other actions purpose of gathering sponges by Inc u- of
or general election day the the laws of the State of Florida, may proposed charter In writing In the manner ... .hal precedence overall and proceedings hooks only! shall pay a tax of one dollar annually
durlnJ pending In
regular voting hourl provided and own or hold stock in any corporation organized hereinafter men'loned. civi heard CIIII such courts and Pec S Any such Association de'lrtne to .
before being allowed to Sec 2. The charter of every corporation and disposed of with as little amend Its charter may do so hv resolution
vote. such voter shall under the laws of the State of Florida! proposed delay as practicable All other boats or vessels nhethir diving
a certificate of registration certified if organized under this Act shall set us provided In Its by-laws which amend
present such corporation is organlred or conducts boats schooners
Sec. I!. Once each year a complete auditof or used in the sponge fishing
to by the registration officer of the county or operates its business solely for the benefit forth: the books and ment, upon publication of notice as aforesaid Industry shall license
or precinct in which he resides together or advancement of the Int.rptl of persons ill The name of the COlorton. which organized accounts of e..r corporation and decree of said Circuit Judge approving lam* annually. pay a tax of four dol-
with poll tax receipts for the two yearsprior engaged in agricultural or horticultural shall contain the word under this Art shall be made and allowing said amendment recorded
association. bv or under the direction of the Comptrollerof in the Clerk's office The Commissioner of Agriculture shall issue
the
to date of such election where poll in this State. incorporated or aa aforesaid,
tax la required by law. to be furnished to pUrultl. ;. All laws and parts of law In conflict (2) The name of the place In the State of the State of Florida at an expense to said shall become and be taken as a part of the to each licensed vessel or boat at actual costa
any registered and otherwise Qualified vote with the provisions of this Act be and Florida where the principal office or place of corporation not to exceed $100 fnl such exnmlnatlon. orlrlnal charter. metal tag, on which shall be printed the
The
by the proper officer upon demand prior the same are hereby repealed. busliess Is to be lorated the Comptroller also have Fee. 4. Any association formed and incorporated license year for which the same is Issued.
election day. and shall be Identified In person Pec. S. This Act shall take effect Immediately (3) The of the business or of the power books to make such additional audits hereunder may subject Itself to Such metal tag shall be prominently displayed
to the election inspectors in the precinct objects and proposed to and account of said corporation Indebtedness or liability in
upon its passage and approval by theGovernor bu.ln.. purposes from time to time an aggregate on such boat or vessel.
he
whero he olerl to vote by one or more resident or upon lit becoming law without be transacted or carried on. The may deem sum not greater than the limit stated In Sec. 7. All licenses &h U ds.te (row October
such precinct and In addition such CO The total amount of the authorized proper upon application 0' anr credItor mM charter or any amendment hereto of each
1st
make and subscribe before one of the attroval. II!?. capital stock of such corporation which vt 1brkbolfir,ft any such cI7ratI1. accompanied without regard to the value of Its i>roi>ertv JW K\4 sfc B HJ Tt m Sr7drmhe?
election In.pecor an affidavit In substancea however shall be not less than 125,000 In cash den lit less But any association organized herennder mar 30th of the next succeeding year, and shall be

tolow. CHAPTER 7SJ4-Wo. I2J. any case, and the number and par value ot than 1100; but n such examination h nbe also subject itself to specific bonded or issued on blanks or metal tags provided bj
AN ACT Relating to Co-Operative Associations the shares Into which the same 1* dlvded made upon the application of a creditor orstockholder mortgage Indebtedness. In addition to and the Commissioner of Agriculture and issued
STATE OF FLORIDA COUNTT OF.. unless In the Judgment of the front
and to A Their No corporation organized under tbll without regard to Its general powers or his office.
I do solemnly wear that I have rellde and to Delare uthorzl Incororton shall commence business until at least J5- Comptroller the same shall promote the best limit a* to indebtedness or liability. Sec 8. AH licenses shall always be subject

In the Stats of Florida for one year Be It Enacted by Eerency. of the 000 of the capital stock .hal be subscribedby Interests of the corporation Its creditors andItockhllden Sec. 5. No member or officer of any association te inspection by the Shell Fish Commissioner
for six months that I am a duly the In charter The results of all such audits organized under this
; State Act
..County of Florida: Incororator propo.e shall be and shall not be good for any vessel owner
voter In Precinct of said Coun and Into of kept on file In the office of the personally liable for or
Section of the debts
QuaUne .. 1. For the purpose of this Act any of other than that for which issued.
I am a citizen of the United States corporation In cash. capital stock Comptroller and one copy certified bv him such association and
the words "co-operative ; no money or property
lid
company corporation Te Sec. 9. The
J and a qualifled elector under the laws of the or association are defined to mean shall be divided Into ,ha not less than shall be forwarded to the Secretary of said of any such association shall be distributed collector of the tax Imposed
State of Florida; that I am a member of company, corporation or association which a one dollar per share and the amount of the corporation, who shall at the request of an, as profits or dividends among Its members by this Act and the administration of all law

the ... party and that because of my du authorizes the distribution In or par value shall be fixed in the proposed char- stockholder or creditor exhibit the same or officers, but all money and property of regulating the sponge fishing industry shall
S te a* .. I em required to be absent from on the basis of or In par ter. Al payment for capital stock shall be inspection. The Comptroller shall furnisha such association shall excepting only for be under the Shell Fish Commissioner, who
county and preinc on this day. I have wholy. the amount of property bought In certified copy of any such audit to any the payment of Its Just debts and liabilities shall have power to appoint such deputies
had and will opportunity to vote form sold to members and other n) The name and the residence of each stockholder or creditor applying tberetorupon be and remain perpetually public property'administered and hire such employes as may be necessary
there and that I have not voted elsewhere service rendered. to the of the corporators and the amount of stock the payment of the same fees as prescribed by the Association as trustee, in the enforcement of the provisions of this

:. at this electl.n." Sec. 2. Any number corraton persons not less subscribed for by each the total amount of Clerks of by the law Circuit for certified Courts copies made by to be used exclusively for the legitimate Act. The Shell Fish Commissioner shall have

Any Inspector of election In any votingprecinct than ten may be associated and Incorporated which shall be not less than SiS.OOO. Sec. IS The right to amend niter ltv purpose of the association, and shall be, so authority without warrant to board and search
In the State Is hereby authorized to for the co-operative transaction of any law- (5 The term for which said corporation or repeal this Act is hereby, reserved, mo by- long as so used exempt from all forms of any vessel or boat or enter any sponge house,
administer the oath and take certify Is exist taxation.
and ful
business irrigation ditches, bridges and warehouse
the affidavit. Thereupon the affiant shall be other works of Internal improvement.See. (7) The highest amount of Indebtedness the State of Floria and any corporation Sec. S. Every association organized under or other building in which sponges
given an official ballot printed like the other J. Every co-operative corporation a* ta which the corporation may a any Urn organized Act may avail Itself this Act shall have the power in addition are kept in, which he may have cause to
I official ballots as to National and State can- such. has power: First-to have successionby .ubJec Itself of any amendment of this Act to provisions contained In the charter thereof believe sponges under size are stored, and
didates. Constitutional amendments S.e. 14. The stockholders of anv corporation for the regulation the business the said Shell Fish Commissioner hi*
county its corporate name. Second-to sue and (8) The charter may also contain of and con or
proposed
S and district candidate and such voter ehal be sued to complain and defend In the any provision which the Incorrtor organized under this Act shall be liable duct of the affat. of said association and deputies are hereby constituted State police
write in the names of such only to sn extent equal In amount for so creating limiting, defining officers with full
courts of law and equity. Third-to make may Insert therein for the much remains their subscription and regulating authority to arrest without
the blank space left for that purpose not and use a common seal and alter same at business and clnduc of the affairs of the as to the unpaid upon further- the powers of said association, to hold warrant anyone violating any of the provisions -

printed thereon as he may de.lr to vote pleasure Fourth-to hold personal estate corporation &d prov.loD.cratnl.detnlnl. and not otherwise capital, .tock stockholder and no of conduct and operate State District, County'livestock of this Act. Ine moneys collected for
for and mark the lame as resident and all such real estate as may be limiting and of poultry, agricultural, horticultural license taxes as herein deposited
le..ar any such corporation shall b liable to imposed shall be
any
voter. as pencribed by the election or other fairs
for the legitimate business or expositions at
f.nerl of the and of directors and any or ali
It such corporation to subscriber of the with the State Treasurer who shall
and election laws State of or Inv times, from time ,
or to time
prmar tion. Fifth-to regulate and limit the rightof stockholders or any class stockholder and for that
proposed charter thereof for the payment of place the same to the credit of the Shell FishCommissioner1
shall fold the same and handIt to lease
.tlrkholderl to transfer their Sixth Sec. 3. Such proposed charter shall be purpose buy acquire and occupy
to the Inspectors of election, but such bal -to appoint such subordinate .tork and signed by at least three to the Inv debts. obligations or liabilities of any lands and to erect buildings and Improvements fund.
lot shall not be deposited In the ballot boy. agents as the business of the corporationshall capital stock and shall be lub.clber before such corporation except only to the extent of all kinds thereon, and to develop Sec 10. It shall be unlawful for any pero
nor b entered nnon the poll books. It rt/ulr. and to allow them suitable an officer authorized to take acknowledgments of the amount remaining unpaid upon hi.hlcrlptlon the same, and to sell, mortgage lease or or persons to resist or in any manner to interfere
I hall. to/etbr with the affidavit. be securely therefor. convey such property or with the Shell Fish
.ompen Seventh-to make of deeds: and thereupon said proposed 15. organized under any part thereof Commissioner or
sealed enve'ope. upon the back of hv-laws. for the management of Its affairs charter shall be Sled In the office of s.c. Any corporation In its discretion from time to time and to any other deputies while engaged in the performance
this Act Increase Its stock to
i the capital
which of of election shall
one In.pecor and provide therein the terms the mav charge and receive compensation for
and limitations the Secretary of State who shall producethe admission of the duties Imposed the
write: "The .... an absent voter any amount bv holding an election of the such upon
of stock and for the distri to the who shall to fairs or expositions,
and the Shell
of Precinct. In the County of ownership same QVeror. exa- stockholders at Its place of business after Fish Commissioner as herein provided.
sale
.. bution lt or renting of for exhibitions
which shall be signed by the Inspectors of l. nrlnn ine the same and find It to having published notice of the time. p'ace other privileges, and space to conduct or Sec II. It shall be the duty of the Attorney' -
In tta
SP. the proper form and for objects authorizedby and hold
( powel fnumlrte. and obiect of the meeting week for two General of the State of Florida and of the
elrton. preceding cooperative law letter patent shall be Issued by the once a public meetings, to supervise and conduct
Sec. S. \1 such envelore shall bv the corporation In this ever. Governor and Secretary of State Incorporating successive wtk prior thereto in a newspaper lectures and all kinds of demonstration work Mate Attorneys or prosecuting attorneys for
p Inspectors eleton. filed Immediately the same b formed without or by legislative said subscribers, their ulclat. and u"lc"et county and havin served or In connection with or for the Improvement the various counties in which violations of
with the of the counties where .nlctmtnt although that may not be successors Into a body politic corporateby ) usual notice for stockholders' meeting of agriculture, hortlclture and stock-ralslne this law may take place to attend to all lefil
.! such votes were cast with the other election Iplrlte charter or in Its articles of deed and In law by the name chosn for and if at snea meeting tWI-third. of a'l and poultry-ralsinl and all kinds of farm business arising in connection vita the en
returns of such "rma"or general elections associationSec. the purposes and upon the ter. the stockholders vote to increase the inc and matters connected therewith, to hold forcement of this law.
I and receipt thlrlfor. and said countyJudge 5. The fees for the Incorporation of vision set forth In said charter. The Secretary tal stock it shall shal the duty of the President exhibits of agricultural and horticultural See 12. Anyone violating any of the pro'visions
shall Immediately mall them bv special
corporations or of State shall annex to the products, live-stock, chickens and domestic
S of
Cn-Orfrtv. aHoclat10n this Act shtn in the
be fined
delivery postage prepaid to the county Judge leter within thirty days thereafter to make return to animals and
same amount to give certificates
I thf a thoI providedfor patent a certified copy of said or diplomas
r nf the respective counties where such voter like capitalization of general corporations taining the original on lIe, and eharer. delivering the Secretary of State, under oath of the of excellence, and generally to do, perform sum not exceeding $ OO or by imprisonment
S belong in the State of Florida; Povde that the letters patent shall record them amount of such ;n< a-c and the terms under and carry out all matters, acts and business not exceeding one year, or by both sues fins

Pee. 4. Te county judge of the county anv co-operative corporation Usolaton. and said charter In a book kept for that purpose which such additional stock is issued and from usual or proper In connection with State Dis and imprisonment.
where sch voter resides shall receive being such under the definition and shall receive from the the time sid return is made and filed the Increase trict or County fairs or expositions; but this See. 13. All laws and parts of laws In eon-
such ballot and shall safely keep and Section (1) of this Act Is hereby authorizedto before delivery In addition to eroraton tlI. of stock shafl be authorized and when enumeration of particular powers shall not flirt with the provision of this Act be and

preserve ..mf unopened tn his office ultl file with the Secretary of State a declaration as now provided by law in respect to the In- issued shall become part of the capital of be In derogation of or limit any special pro the same are hereby repealed.
: the Board of County Canv.len signed bv Its president and !frretar. lowed by law the same charter tax or fee said corporation. Any I corporation visions of the charter of such association. Sec. 14. This Act shall take effect Immediately -
vote according to time the stating that it Is a co-operative provided law in may ivduce Inserted for the regulation
or as now by respect to the incorporation its stock of Its business upon its passage and approval by
capital the number
I Board of County tnvallr.In the presenceof association aa above d.nne. who shall Issueto or corporations for profit under or or par and the on.llct of Its affairs or creating, the Governor.
the county 'udlf. le ether person said corporation a rhar.r 1n the usual the Laws of Forda value of the sbare thereof within the timit defining limiting and regulating the powers Approved June 7 1917.
shall open said envelope record the said form, and from and filing of such "-<;. 4. patent or a certified allowed by by a two-thirds vote it of the association Its officers or members ,
ballot upon the poll book of the proper precinct declaration with the Secretary of State. c. ,, thereof given by the Secretary of Stat olbolel in the came manner as is provided Sec. 7. Nothing in this Act shall be held
In their possession In the same mannera and the 1 lance of said charter. It shall be under the great leal shall b* evidence of the the inm of capital stock provided or construed to authorize or permit any association CHAPTER 390-No. 10>-
J clerks of election record vote provided entitled to the lame legal recognition a existence ef such corporation In all actions that the Shte Comptroller endorse ..hiscertificate organized hereunder to carry on. AN ACT to Permit the Fisiinr of Found
f said canvassing bar shall lame other corporations organized under the and proceedings. The original charter with upon that In his Judgment conduct supervise, permit or suffer any gam Nets in the Salt Waters of the State ci
; of such absent vote registered among of this Stat*. and the fee for filing such dec the certificate of the recording thereof In the the ability of afdavt to meet- hung or game of chance lottery, betting or Florida bv the United State Government
S the voters of such a required bylaw laration shall be two dollars. office of the Secretary *f State endorsed its outstanding crrt" other act In violation of the criminal laws .Whereas, The outside waten of the AtU -
In other eases of resident voters and In See t. Be It further enacted that thestockholders thereon, or a copy from the record thereof not liabitie will of the State of Florida; Provided That nothIng tic Ocean and the Gulf of Mexico, within the

;' 1 canvassing the vote of all absent voters of an,co-operative association c.rle by U Secretary of State shall b b impir. teeb.S organized under In this Act shall permit herse racing for jurisdiction of the State of Florida, are Inhibited

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heretofore considered non-toible- euchoite qualified to become a member of said Board, the Township line being Township 9 and 10, of the Counties ot Volusia and t Johns shallproceed Sec. 9. The Clerk of the Circuit Court of nor is it the policy of the law that lands owned
I alk and tarpon, and also under the provision of this Ac south of Range 3 Et immediately to collect taxes which shall on tfie hrst Okeechobee County, or by his authorized agent by the State and so used as the State Prison
:
-, I ote ne of migratory fUh. which Sec. 5. .-Te lid Board ol north of Summer thence Southwesterly day of July A 1) 1117. be unpaid and pit or deputy, shall procure from the rcord U Farm is now being used, should be exempted
i .y the ordinary net; andWhereas Embalming sha withi 3 day after having along an imaginary line extending front due on lands lying te territory ot t>lag.er the omce of the Clerks of the Cour from the burden ol the expense of government
$; On account of the apparent thanu been qufed meet at Jacksonville said point of beginning, to the mouth of County, as hereby created and to enforce inc of amt Lucie, Osceola and Palm BenchCountics of the county in which such lands are located;
V t and the advance in the price of the meat and organize from its el c's Creek, thence westerly along a payment thereof by the wUmg of Uclmqucut a transcript of all such rcord of and
IPply of the nati.n, which has caused these number a preident and secretary and treasurer Imagar line up the of Pellicer's Lands in the same manner and with the sweencct deeds, transters mortgages or conveyances Whereas, In the conduct of said State Prison
t become desirable as a food product; rball meet from time to a point where aid 1'ellicer's Creek as tf the territory of fr.agler County had reai or person property and of a Farm, it is necessary to have Superintendents V
"Li time thereafter at such place and a* oftenas intersects the Range line bewee Township remained a part of Volusia and :t Johiu Judgment orders decrees and wUU and physicians, guard,, and other employee who V
Weeas The chairman of the National may be found to be neessar. 10 South of Range 3 Et township 10 Counties, but the Tax leruucates covering and all oter matters of record, and any must reside at or near said prison farm whose
ion of the United States is now Sec. 6. Time and Place Meetng.Thepresident South of Range 2 South along &aica of lauds lying U Flagler County which all papers documents in the custody of the children must attend the pub.ic schools of said
considering the advisability of constructing of said State Board said range line the Northeast corner of shall be on and alter the erst day of July, clerks oi the Circiit Courts of Sat Lucie, county, and the public roads, lying around said
pound nets in the outside waters of the At- shall have the power to call a meeting of Section 24, Township 10 South of Range 2 ..10.. 1917, shall b delivered t the Clerk Ciaceo.a; and Pam Beach Counties that may i Jfrbon Farm must be kept up and maintained
lantic Ocean and the Gulf of Mexico. within sid Board at any time, and at such placeas East; thenceVest along the Section 01 the Circuit of i-lagler County and any wise alet mtere.1 of the citizens by the county ji u unfair bat the State, by
? the jurisdiction of the State of Horida, for he may designate. between Section 13 and 24, 14 and 23, IS and the redemption ot any of said lands shall b vAeechobee County as the County Commission- the withdrawal of said lands from the tai
: the purpose of catching and canning large See 7. Quorum. majority of said Board 22. 16 and 2 17 and 20, 18 and 19, in Township made trum the said Clerk. erg may flout time to time diret and the rolls 01 Bradford County, these
Quantities of thu class of fish; thereFore at all times constitute a quorum. ID of Range 2* East and between bee. i. redeeming of land lying in clerk of the (. cwt Cort t Lucie, burdens upon the taxpayers impose and entire
eitueo. of
Be It Enacted by the Legislature of the State Sec. 8. Seal.-Said Board shall provide it. Sections 13 and 24 14 and 23, 1 and 22, 16 Fiagler County which shall have cerutejor : and 1'a.m counties shall, without said county, but it is only fair and that
: of Florida: self with a suitable !al. and 21. 1 and 20 and 19. i Townshp 10 bold for taxes prior to the neat day ot July, charge or ices, aKjw to the clerk of theCircu.t the State a ould bear its fgir and equitab just
Son L That the representatives of the S 9. Preservation of Records.Te re South Range 23 East to A. L), 1917, wheiler ceruncate i: soij to teState Court of Ukeechobee County full sect of such burden; therefore, e pan
Stte. be allowed' to eonitruet of said Board shall' of said Section line intersects the Eastern bound- or individuals, shall be made ihruuga ue sa ID all books and papers on tie in his office Be It Enacted by the legislature of the State V
on the outside water of the fe of the sereta and trasurer. who shall ary line of Putnam County; thence south Cleric of the Circuit Court ot tltfxr Cuuuty, that woul in anywise laciliiate the procuringof of FioriJa:
Atlantic Ocean and of the the Guf State! of of Mexico, "YI such bnd as the Board shall deem. along said Eastern boundary line of Putnam I'rouded that the Clerk ot the Lu cwt Court tan.npuon. .The clerk of the Cir- Section i. That it shall be the duty of the
within the jurisdiction Forda necessary. County to a point where the Township line fagler County give to the rcafcitivc cu.t Court ol Okeechubee County shall certify Board of Commissioners of State
V pound nets for the purpose of See 10. Board to Make and Publish Rules. between Townships 11 and 12 intersect the the lbl of the Counties lto.u.i to the correctness ot such transcription and annually before the first day ot March institutions 41
Provided this right to so catch fish shall -It shall be the duty of mid Board of Embalming range line between 27 and 2S East; \ and St Curt, lie COM may be, a, thereupon "u< ii certified copies of records, documents all land owned or 'ist-d the to list
tenc a at State
of the betweenthe Prison
, extend only for the period war to formulate and adopt rules, regulations down the middle of Crescent Lake < fur all tax iuc> cerUlillc', 111 lu> and ote l.ter. so transcribed and Farm m Bradford County, Florida
V United States and Germany.Sec. and by-laws, not inconsistent with mouth of Haw Creek where said Haw Creek account shall remit to the C.eilo; ot .11 Circuit certified of the same force and from such list excepting
hal b 500 acres in
tle a
2. All laws and parts of laws in conflict the law contiguous body.
, of this State or the United States empties into said Crescent Lake; thence along Court of the Counties 01 and as elect on which the buildings ;
herewith are hereby repealed.Sec. whereby the duties of said Board can be Haw Creek following the boundary line between the be 1,11 ui :t ongula record for Prison be.onguig u the State
immediately per Julius, a case may their part ce 1's compensation' the service Farm ar. now or hereafter
This Act shall take effect formed may be lo
I 3. and the practice of embalming dead St Johns and Volusia Counties to the taxes when the 01 tertihcate required of him in bectiou 9 ot this Act, the cated and place the valuation all
upon becoming a law. human bodies regulated. range line between Ranges 28 and 29; thence covets any redeltal .1 prior to the clerk of the Circuit Court of as above described on the land
I Approved June 4. 1817.CHAPTER Se 11. Licenses, and So Forth.-From and south along said line to the northwest !; Okchabe excepting the 500 acre
range shall
yea A. i). 1917, upon redemption oi said tax County be paid by said county the sum upon which said building are located, the
, 7301-No. 1-0). r the passage of this Act, ever person corner of Section 30, Township 14, Range 29 bale certihcate, retaining tor l-lagler County of $ioo per month for such time as he sua.l same basis that similar lands ale alued upon
desiring to engage in the of embalming East; thence east on the-section line bet'eenSecions the taxes ot ail the Le actually engaged in such the tax books of upon
smceuive )ear> alter jcur said and
Loan Issued
l AM ACT Making I"ar Bonds dead human bodies, within the State 19 and 30, and a and 29, 22 A. L. Inc work list county forward such
2 2. 1917. u. assessors $ of Saint and valuation of
lands
of the Act of Congress ee tae la the
the Provisions of Florida fax Assessor
Under shall
make a written : 27. 23 and 26 and in
I application to 2 Township lit. It shall be the duty of the Board of Lode, Osceola and Palm Beach counties shall of said The
the Federal farm Loan Act, ce county. said list
CaUed the shall
of the State 14 South not '
I secretary Board of Embalm. of Range 29 Ea t; between Sections -
Commissioners continue the duties include
County of Flagler at to pertorm of their othceam any personal
Approved July 17. 1315. Lawful InvestmentsFor ing for a license, accompanying same with 13 and 20 and 29, 21 and 23, 22 and County property owned or used
a date be hold relation to all and by the said
3 r a
Fiduciary and Trust Funds, and license a catty aa may pouibic, to a property persons within state Prison Farm.
All of
an amount not 23 and 26, 25, in .
exceeding 14
fe $25.00 Township
,
. the Acceptance of Such Bonds whereupon the onleren,.with the respective .lard.ot County the territory of Ok'echobee County as herein Sec. 2. It shall be the duty of the Tax As I
Authoring applicant a aforesaid sbal of Range 30 Eat; and between Sections 19 Comuitesionera of the andSt. created until the first day of July] 1917. Upon sessor of said
For Public county to enter
the
Al Deposits present himself or before said and 320 and 29, 21 and 28, 22 and 27, in < rols upon tax
hersel and with said the completion of tneir assessment rolls the
Johns agree description and
It Enacted by Legislature Stateof a time and place fixed respectiveBoards a pro valuations as made
Be Township South of
by said Board, Range 31 East to the
) 1 vided law shall by the
upon a plan or p.ans furVthd by they deliver the assessor said Board
and
Florida: and if the said Board ehall find due Northeast comer of said last numbered asup t the County Commis
upon -
exmination Sec tion by Fiagler County ot its rats of taxes for Okeecbobee County a sioners of said
Bonds issued pro transcript
Section 1. That Farm Loan that the applicant is of good moral tion 27 thence North along Section line between !lare county shall not change or
t, the bonded and other of the of much of said rol.s alter such
assessment as apply to description
the provisions of the Act of Congress character indcbtednc3 1 or valuations.
under and not addicted to the excessive Sections 22 and 23, 14 and 15. 10 and
c Loan entitled Counties of Volusia and St. Johns in accordace property and persons within the limits of Sec. 3 U saU te
called the Federal Farm Act. use of alcohol or narcotic drugs possessed of n. and in Township .South of > the duly of the Tax
3 14'
"1 "An Act to provide capital for agricultural the skill and knowledge of said science of Range: 31 East, and between Sections 34 with the provision of the Constitution of Okeecbobee County as hereby created and Collector of said county, on or before the first
forms of the btate of and also equitable thereafter the assessor of taxes day of .pril f
standard each
development, to create embalming and the care and disposition of the and 25, 26 and 27. 22 and 23. It and 15, 10 turid upon an Okcchob year> to forward to the
: investment based upon farm mortgage, to dead, and has a reasonable knowledge of sani and 11, 2 and to the northeast corner of division of funds, including outstanding County shall perform all the duties hi Hoard of Commissioners of State Institution
f equalize rates of interest upon farm toans tation and the disinfection of bodies of said Section 3 3 in Township 13 South of tax certmcats that Volusia and :t flee as now provided by law. a statement of the amount that would be due
market for United States deeas Johns County may on hand or that See 12. The assessors of taxes of Saint upon said land as
\ furnish a ed persons and the apartments, Range 31 East, which is the present boundary may county taxes the same a* if
t create government depositories and financial bedding, in case of death from infectious ad line between \oluaa and St Johns be owing respectively to Volusia and St Johns Osceola and Palm Beach counties shall they were owned by and assessed as the lands
eontagious -
: agents for the United States, and for or communicable disease shall Counties, thence Northeasterly along the Counties on the fre day of July] A 1917. be paid as provide by law for assessing the of individual or other taxpayers of the county
other purposes" and approved July 17, 1916. issue to othe applicant a license to practiceembalming ent southern boundary line of said St Johns pre :e 19. It be the duty Board taxes of Okeechobee County for the year 1917, Upon receipt of such statement' it shall be the
br Federal land bank or joint stock land and shall register such applicant County to the Atlantic Ocean; then northerly of .Public Instruction of Flagler County at and the County Commissioners shall provide for duty of said Board to make their requisition
banks, shall be a investment for all as a duly licensed embalmer. Such license along the shores of the Atlantic Ocean to as ear.y a date a may be practicable to hold a reasonable compensation to be paid to said assessors upon the Comptroller for the amount contained 4
fiduciary and trurt funds, including all fundsIn shal be signed by the majority of the Board point of beginning. conference with the respective Board of for preparing transcripts of their as- m the statement of said Tax Collector, and
the control of trustees, assignees, guardians attested by its and all persons receiving See. 2. That said County shall be a part of Public Instruction of the Counties sessment rolls as herein provided and for he Cpmptroler shall draw his warrant for
administrator and executors, and may be a license sea provisions of this the Fourth Congressional District, a part of and St Johns and agree with said respectivehoards any and all other sries which the said atmunt upon the State Treasurer, and
acted as security for all public deposits. Act shal register the fact at the office of the the Thirty-first Senatorial District, and a upon a plan or plans for the assup assessors may b required to prform And forward said warrant to the Tax Collector of
That this Act shall take effect immediately clerk the court in each and every of the Fourth Judicial and par tion by Flagler County of its pro rata the counties of Sint Lucie, Palm "'Vumy- which warrant shall be paid by
county sid
upon its passage and approval by in which he may thereafter locate and with county shall have one membe Circuit the House the indebtedness of the Buard of Public Instruction Beach shall required to pay for any the State Treasurer out of any monies in his -
the Governor the local district registrar in whose of Representatives of the State of respectively of the Counties of Volusia serie performed by said assessors duina hands the same as other general expenses f
Approved May 28. 1917. he may practice hig profession; distrc, Sec. 3. The Town! of Forda and St Johns and a,so upon an equitabledivision year 19171 in relation to ad the State are paid,
ther, that no embalmed shall be considered county seat of said Bunnel. shal surolus funds of the Board of persons in the territory of Okeechobee County, Approved May 26, 59i7.CIIAPTERNO.
CHAPTER 7392-(No. 134). Person eligible for license who has not had at Sec. 4. The Governor of the State of Florida Public Instruction respectively of V olusi and I hereby created.
AN ACT. Making It Unlawful for Any least two bt John Counties and also Sec. 13. The assessor of taxes for Okee
years' experience under a licensed shall, on or before the first of July, upon euitbledivision 145.)
or Persons to Interfere With Reciting Statesof embalmer.Sec. 1917. appoint all officers to which said county of the surplus funds that Bod chobee County shall receive no compensation AN ACj' Relating to Warehousemen and Warehouse -
United
in the Army or Navy of the l Certificate of Former Prcitioe. may be entitled under the Constitution and may have on hand or may b owing for the assessment of taxes in said county for Recesuts.
V America, or in the National Florida Guard and or All practitioner who have bee engaged Laws of the State of Forida Board on first day of July 1). 1917. Pro the year 1917, but he shall receive for such Be It Enacted br the Legislature of the State
Active Militia of the State of ; the practice of embalming this State fee. 5. It shall be of the Boardof vided, however, tht the amount of such indebtedness services a he may perform after the first day of Florida:
Prescribing Penalties Therefor. to the shall determined from the of July] 1917, such compensation as THE ISSUE OF WAREHOUSE
of the Stateof prior passage of this Act, under a County Commissioners of Flagler County, b respective may b RECEIPTS
Be It Enacted by the Legislature license issued by the State Board of Health to hold their first meeting on the first Monday bol of County Auditors of Vo agreed on ty the County Commissioners.Sec. Section i. Persjns Who May Issue Re-
Florida: whenever the shall be granted by the State Board of Embalming in July, A D. 1917, and at said meeting lusia St Johns Counties whose duty it 14. The collectors of taxes of Saint Ceipt5Warchouse receipts nay be issued by
Section 1. That Unite certificate of licensors without fur. they shall arrangements for temporarily shall be to a complete sttement of said Lucie, Osceola and Palm Beach counties shall any warehouseman.
State is at war or our foreign state of ther examination and e"pe carrying; on the county government and rhall indebtedness and furnish same to the Board of be al.owcd; or credited a their settlement for Sec. a. Form of Receipts. Essential Terms
to indicate an impending unlawful for war or or Sec. 11 Renewal of Registration.-Every perform such other duties as may be requiredof Public Instruction of Flagler County on Ju.y the amount of ail the taxes due on property or -\\arehousc receipts need not be in any particular -
war, it shall be any citizen person or registered embalmer who desires to continu: them by law. first A. D. 1917, or as soon thereafter as from persons within the County of Okeechol form, but every such receipt must embody
person to solicit or persuade a America not the practice of his profession shall annually Sec. 6. It shall be the duty of the Beard practicable, without any charge for such service. as hereby created, for the year within its written or printed terms-
citizens of the United States thereof or thereafter during the time he shall continue of Public Instruction of llagler County to bee. 20. Ttat all property situate, lying and Sec. I S. The collectors of taxes for Saint la) The location of the warchuu- where
t enlist in the Army or Navy Active Militia, of in such practice, on such dates a said Board hold their first meeting on the frt Tuesdayin being within the territory described herein and Lucie, Osceola and Palm Beach counties hall the goods arc stored *
the National Guard or attemptto may determine, pay to the secretary of said July A. D. 1917. belonging either to Volusi or bt Johns County proceed to collect the taxes which shall on the (b) The date of issue of the receipt
the State of Florida such citizen or to publicly or citizens from Board a fee of two dollars for the renewal of See 7. The Courts of Flagler Count shall shall be and property of Flagler first day of July, 1917, be unpaid and past (c) The consecutive number of the receipt -
dissuade any Act snail registration \ and criminal said County, and the We thereto is hereby divested due on lands lying in the territory of Okee
to enlisting: the provisions of this persuadingdone Sec. 14. Compensation of Members of Board county over causes of action which have accrued out of the Counties of'olusia and St Johns chobee County a hereby created, and to en- fidl A statement whether the goods received
not apply to such soliciting relate! by or affinity or and Other Expenses.-AI expenses, salary and and other crimes and misdemeanorswhich and vested in Flagler County. force the payment thereof by sale of delinquent delivered to the bearer, to a specified
by any person solicited or per diem said Board shall be shall have been committed within theterritory Sec. 21. The Spring Term of the Circuit lands in the same manner and with the same person, or a specified person or his order
consanguinity to the person defrayed from fees received under the pro embraced in the said County a here Court of Flagler County sha 1 be held on the effect a if the County of Okeehobe had not joe rate of storage charges.
persuaded. adjudged guilty of aolafion visions of this Act, and shal in no manner by constituted, prior to the first day of July, fourth Monaay in April, and the Fall Termof been created And all sales in pursuance It) A description of the goods or of the
Sec. Any person I, of this Act, shall be be an expense to the Stte. A. D. 1917, in the same manner and to the the Circuit Cour for said County shall be of setion shall be a valid] as if this territory packages containing them.f
Section
of
misdemeanor. sec.15 Limitations Act-Nothing in same extent as if said County had been in ex held on the frst Monday in November in each of Okeechobee County had remained a (g) The signature of the warehouseman,
punished as for a shall become a law imme. shall apply to or in any manner istence when such causes of action accrued, part of Saint Lucie, Osceola and Palm Beach which may he made by his authorized agent
/ Sec. 8. This Act and approval by the interfere with the duties of any officer of or such crimes and misdemeanors were com year.Sec.. 22. The foregoing sections of this Act counties (h) If the receipt is issued for goods of
dutch upon its passage local or State institution, or shall this Act mitted. shall take effect upon their ratification by the Sec. 16. All ta certificates conveying lands which the warehouseman is owner, either solely
Governor. 1917. apply to any person engaged limply in the Sec. 8. All actions and prosecutions and affirmative vote of three-fifths of the votes lying in Okeecbobee County, which shall on or jointly or in common with others, the fact
Approved May 14 furnishing of burial receptacle for the dead proceedings in guardianship or administrationand cast at an election to be held in the territory the first day of Septembr, 19:7, or thereafter of such ownership, and
CHAPTER 7J9MNo. 125). and burying of the dead and not embalming. all and any other actions, prosecutions or hereinbefore set forth a the County of Flag be owned by or the State of Florida, (i) A statement of the amount of ad
Provide For and to Authorize Sec. 16. Penalte-Ay person who shallpractice proceedings that may be pending in Volusia and ler. shall be delivered to the c,erk of the Circuit vances made and of liabilities incurred for
AN ACT of to Absence to State and County or know practicing embalming St Johns Counties in the Circuit Cour or Se 23. The election provided for in Sec Court of Okeecbobee County, and all redemption watch the warehouseman claims a lien. If the
Leaves For Service in the Army of the without complying with the provisions of in any other court of said or before z of this Act shall be held on the second of Iuds heretofore and hereafter certified precise amount of such advances made or of
Official this Act, guilty of a misdemeanorand any officer of Board of said Counties on Tuesday.of June, A D. 1917. The County or sold for taxes, whether certified or told to such liabilities incurred is, at the time of the
It'Enacted'hy the Legislatvre of the State upon conviction thereof before a court the first day of July A. D. 1917, whereof any Commissioners and Supervisors of the. State or to individuals shall be made tothe issue of the receipt, unknown to the warehouseman
Be of competent jurisdiction shal be sentencedt court, officer, or Board of Flager: County 'ration of St Johns and Volusia Counties Regs clerk of the Circuit Court of Okeechobee or to his agent who issues it, a statement
of Florida That: from and after the passageof pay a fine ui not less $5.00 or more would have had jurisdiction i said Countyhad discharge such duties in connection with the County. V of the fact that advances have been made or
Section L
county or State official of $100 fur each and every offense. Alt been in existence when action or proceedings cling and holding of said election as are now Sec. 1;. It shall be the duty of the Board liabilities increased and the purpose thereof
this Act,Florida any subject to the provisions fine assessed for the violation of any of the were instituted, shall b transferredto of them by law for general election, of County Commissioners of Okeechobee is sufficient,
the State condition of hereinafter, set forth, may b provisions of this Act shall be paid to the the officer Court or Board jurisdiction and the said election shall be governed in all County at a early a date a may be possible, A.warenouspman shall be liable to any per
and granted leave of absence from his office, Treasurer school fund.of the State to apply to the public of such matters, and all pleadings, papers and respects by the law for holding general elections to hold a conference with the Boards of County son injured thereby, for all damage causedby'
in the volunteer forces of the United documents in any way pertaining to such except as otherwise provided herein or Commissioners of Saint Lucie, Osceola and the omission from a negotiable receipt of any
serve in the National Guard of the State See 17.who Revocation of License.-Any em- action, proceeding, and prosecution shall b delivered not inconsistent herewith No sid Palm Beach cunte and agree with said of the terms herein required
Stte or in the army or navy shall violate the provisions of by the Clerk and other officer the election shall be Those who are Boards upon a plans for assumption by Sec. 3FonB. of Receipia- What Term.
or this Act have neesT.
rgla shall may his license revoked at the Counties of Volusia and St County of its May Be Inserted. A
of the United States, the same discretion of the Board. Johns having duly qualified to the territorial Okchob pro rata share of warehouseman may in
called into active service of the United Sec. 18. All laws of laws in custody thereof to the proper officer of Flagler limits of the said proposed County of Flagler indebtednes of Saint Luc Osceola and serf in a receipt Issued by him any other
b dnrfing war between the United States with the or parts conduct County.Sec. shall b qualified voters at said election. Palm Beach counts, in with the terms and condition; provided that such term
Stte government.Sec. provisions of this Article be, 9. The Clerk of the Circuit Court of Approve April 28, 1917. provisions of the Constitution of the Stateof and condition shall nota -
foreign and the
a same are, hereby repealed.Sec. .
2. When any such officer shall volunteer 13. This Act shall take effect immediately Flagler County or his authorized agent or Florida; and also upon an equitable divisionof ( ) Be contrary to the provision of this
be called into the service of the> United deputy shall procure from the records in therespective CHAPTER 7400-(No. 142.) the surplus funds of Saint Lucie, Osceola ACt. -
itt' .
law.4pproved ,
States or during war, the Governor shan upon upon May becoming 21, 1317. a offices of the Cerks? of the Circuit AN ACT to Amend Section a of Chapter 6937of and Palm Beach cute may have on hand (b) In any wise Impair his obligation to
application being made by such grant Court of the Counties of Volusia and St Johnsa the Laws of florida, Approved June 3, or that mar be Saint Lucie, Oscla exercise that degree ef care in the safe keep-
such officer leave of absence during the tune CHAPTER 7396-No. 138). transcript of all deds transfers, mortgages 1915, Entitled "An Act Providing For the and Palm Beach counties on the first day of Ing of the goods entrusted to him which a .
be shall be retained in such military service. AN to Amend Section 17C2, of the or other conveyance and personal prop Creation of Okloos County, in the State July, 1917. reasonably careful man would exercise in regard V
such shall not extend be- Ac Statutes of Florida the erty and all decrees and any and all other of Florida, the Organization and Sec. 18. It shall be the duty of the Board to similar good of hi* own.
I provided term serie of such officer in Clerk of the Supreme Court,to requiring Furnish the ters of record, and any and all papers or documents Government Thereof." of Public Instruction of Okeecbobee County at Sec 4. Definition of Non.Negotiate Re- *
which event the office shall be filled by election General, Copies of Head Not-s, in the custody of the Clerks of the Be It Enacted by the Legislature of the Stateof a early a date as may be possib'e to hold a ceipts. A receipt in which it is stated that the *
Attorney Circuit Court of the Counties of Volusia and Fionda conference with the Boards of goods received wiK
at the expiration thereof. Opinions, Statements of Cases Made by the Public In- be delivered to the depositor,
See. 3. Before applying for such leave of Justices and Briefs of Opposing Counsel Together St Johns that may in anywise affect the interests Section J. That Section a of Chapter 6937of struction of Saint Lucie, Osceola and Palm or to any other specified person, is a non-
absence as above mentioned. such officer shal With Certified Copies of, Extracts of Flagler County as the Board of County the Laws of Florida, approved June 3, Beach counties and agree with such boards, negotiable receipt.
or
capable and competent from any Other Paper or Records Apper- Commissioners may from time to time dire 1915, be, and the same is, hereby amended 1 upon a plan for the assumption by Okerchobee Sec. 5. Definition of Negotiable Receipt
appin\and perform the duties of the.officeand ( taing to Any Case Decided by the Courts and the Cerk of the Circuit Court I to read a follows: County of its pep rt share of the indebted. A receipt m which it is stated that the goods
the bond of such officer shall be in full Be It Enacted by the Legislature of the Stateof Counties and St. Johns without Sec. 2. The said Count of Okaloosa shall ness of the Public Instruction of received will be delivered to the bearer, or
force during the remainder of his.'term of offce"ln Florida: charges or fees.shall allow of theCircuit be a part of the Distrc Saint Lucie, Osceola and Palm Beach countie to the order of any person named in such
addition to which such deputy snail That Section 1762, of the General Statutesof Cour of Flagler County free access to and a part of the First Senatorial Distric and also upon an equitable division of surplus receipt, is a negotiable receipt
rquired to furi* good and sufficientbond Florida be, and the same is herebr amended all boks papers on file in their respectiveoffices shall have one member in the louse Representatives funds that said boards may have on hand \oi provision shall be inserted in a negotiable -
a of not more than one-half of to read as follows; that would in anywise facilitate the pro of the State of Forid It shall or that may be owing to the said boards on the receipt that it is non-negotiable. Such
the amount of the bond of the officer appointing "Section 1762. Copies to be Furnished Attorney curing of said trnsript The Clerk of the be a part of the First Judcal and the frt day of stemb 1917. provision, if inserted, shall be void
him as such deputy, for the faithful GeneraL-The Clerk shall furnish and Circuit Court Flagler County shall certify time for holding the tens the Circuit Court Se 19. Term of the Circuit Sec. 6. Duplicate Receipts Must Be So
performance of such duties. deliver to the Attorney, General within a to the correctness of such transcriptions and in said county shall be a follows: Winter of Okeecbobee County shall b hed: on Marked.-When more than one negotiable re-
The provision of this Act shall only reasonable time after the adjournment of each thereupon such ce-.tified copies of the records Term, commencing on the last Monday in December the second Tuesday in February the Fall f.pt !* issued for the same goods, the word
S 4 such officers a are now authorizedby term of the Court, copies of the head notes, documents, and other matters so transcribed ; Spring Term, commencing on the last Term of the Circuit Cour of said county shall Duplicate shall be plainly placed upon the
law to appoint deputies. opinions and statements of cases made by and certified shall be of the same force and ef Monday in April; Fall Term, commencing on be held on the seond Tuesday in Septemberin face of every such receipt, except the one first
Sec That any deputy qua1ynl "ndae the Justices in each case decided at such fet a the original records.Sec. the last Monday in August, "of each year." each year. issued. A warehouseman shall be liable for
the provisions 6 of this Act term, and furnish and deliver to the Attorney 10. As compensation for the services Sec. 3. That this Act shall take effect immediately See 20. The foregoing sections of this Act all damage caused by his failure so to do to any
of the that may devolve upon the of- General on his requiring the same duly certified required of him in Section 9 of this oct, the upon its becoming a law. shall take effect npvc their ratification by the: one who purchased the subsequent receipt for
appointing him and he shall sign all copies of, or extracts from, any other Clerk of the Circuit Court of Fag.er County Approved April 30, 1917. affirmative vote of three-fifths of the votes value supposing it to be an original, even
fc papers and document in the name papers or records appertaining to any case shall be pail by said County, of $100 cast at a special election to b held in the territory though the purchase be after the delivery of
ofcia officer so appointing him a such deputy decided by the Cour." per month for such time as he shall actually be CHAPTER 7401-(No. 143) heremabove set a the proposedCounty the goods by the warehouseman to the bolder
and his said acts a such deputy shall in Sec. 2. This shall become effective engaged in said work. AN ACT Providinr for the Creation of Okee- of Okeechobee. The registration books of the original receipt.
all respects be 8 binding as if performed by immediately upon its passage and become a Sec. n. The County Judge of Flakier choke County in the State of Florida, and of the respective precincts or portion of precincts Sec. 7. Failure to Mark "Not Negotiable"
the officer appointing such deputy. County shall procure from the records in the for the Organization and the Government shaI b opened on the first Monday in -A non-negotiable receipt shall have plainly
Sec. Tat upon his being mustered.of-out law.Approved May U, 1917. offices of the County Judge of the Counties of Thereof.Be July the purpose of registering in the placed upon i* fare by the warehouseman Issuing J
of the S of the.Uflited States, such Volusia and St Johns, a transcript of all It Enacted b; the Legislature of the State respective precincts and closed on the 28th it "Non-Negotiable" or "Not Negotiable." a
6e shall immediately enter into the duties CHAPTER 7397-No. 139) papers, files, documents and records in the of Ford day of July, 1917. In case of the warehouseman's failure so to do, j
of his office for the remainder of the term AN ACT to Authorize and Direct the Boardof custody of the County Judges of the Countiesof the Count of Okebob See. 21. The election provided for in the a holder of the receipt who purchased it for I
fur 1'hich he was elected. Commissioners of State Institutions to Vofusia and St. Johns that may in anywise in the State cf Florida, sme is previous section of this Act ahal be held on value supposing it to be negotiable may *t his
See 7. This Act shall take effect immediately the Sell Loan, or Lease the Stiame"Roamer." affect the interests of Flagler Count as the hereby created and established. Such county Tuesday after the first Monda August, A option treat such receipt as imposing upon the .4
upon its passage and approval by without Enacted by the Legisls'ure the Stateof Board of County Commi sioner from shall comprise and include all that certain territory D. 1917. The County Commissioners warehouseman the same liabilities he would
Governor, or upon becoming a law Florida: time to time direct; and the County Judge of of the counties of Saint Lucie. Osceola supervisors of registration of the respective have incurred had the receipt been negotiable -I
his approval. Section L That the Board of Commissioner the Counties of Volusia and St Johns shall and Pam: Beach, which is described as follows: counties of St Lucie. Osceola and Palm Beach This section shall not apply, however, to
Approved April 30, 1917. of State Institutions be. and they are hereby without charge or fees, the County Beginning at the northeast corner of section shall discharge such duties in connection with letters, memoranda, or written acknow.edgment: *
authorized and empowered to sel loan or Jude of Flagler County free access to alt i, township 34 south range 36 east, thence running the calling and holding of said election as are of an informal cl racter.
CHAPTER 7394-No. 136). lease the Steamer "Roamer" Federal books, files documents, and records in west 6 mile* to the northwest corner of now required of them by law for general elections OBLIGTIOVS A\D RIGHTS OP WARE
AN ACT Providing for the Registration ( Government, or its duly authorized agents. his parr may in anywise facilitate theprocuring township 34 south, range 36 east, thence north and the sari election shall be governed HOUSE MEN rPON THEIR '
Aliens When a State of War Exists or Is Sec. 2. That in event said Steamer of such transcripts. The County to the northeast corner of township 33 south, in al respects by the law for holding general RECEIPTS. -
Imminent Between the United State and "Roamer" is leased by or loaned to the Federal Judge of Fabler: County shal certify to the range 35 east, thence west on the line dividing elections except as otherwise provided herein. Sec. 8. Obligation of Warehouseman to *
a Foreign Government or its duly authorized aget correctness of such transcriptions and there townships 32 and 33 south, to the Kssimme ir not inconsistent herewith. No notice of Deliver.-A warehouseman, in the absence of
Countr.Be by Legislature of the State upon the return of said Steamer to upon certified copies papers files, documentsand River, thence in a southerly diretion said election shall be necessary. Those who some lawful excuse provided by this Act, Is
I Florida: the State of Florida then the said Board of records so transferred shall be of the tame middle of the Ki'mme: River to the normal are duly qualified to vote within the territorial bound to deliver the foods upon a demand *i
Section L That whenever a state of war Commissioners of State Institutions are here force and effect as the original record. water level on the boundary of Lake Okee- limit* of said proposed county of Oke made either by the holder of a receipt for the
shall exist or be imminent between the Unit- by authorized, empowered and directed to sell Sec. 12. Ai. compensation for the lrlc chobl thence easterly meandering the shore cbnbee at the time of this election shall be goods or by he depositor, if such demand i*
ed States and a foreign country. the Goverormay said Steamer and obtai for said Steamer the required of him under Section II of this Act. Okrechobee on normal water level to qualified electors at said election. In those accompanied witha -
by proclamation direct and require ever best possible price and upon such terms as the County Judge of Flagler Count shall be the line dividinl ranges 36 and 37 east, town- precincts which may be divided by the proposed ( ) An offer to satisfy the warehouseman'* \
subject or citizen of such foreign COUfltTl in their judgment may be deemed just and paid by said Count the sum so per monthfor ship 38 thence north between ranges county line, the county commissioners of lien. J
this State within twenty-four hours, to appearbefore proper. such as shall actually be engagedin 36 and 37 east. to the pint of beginning, being the respective counties herein named shall des (b) An offer to surrender the receipt If '
such public authorities a the Governor See 3. That any proceeds that may be derived said wor'c. parts of St Lucie, and Palm Beach ignate a pollmr pace! within the boundary line negotiable, with such endorsements as would *
may direct in such procamation and Personally from the sale or lease as provided for inSections Sec. 13. The Assessors of Tares of the CountiM. they are now constituted by the of said proposed Bounty for the purpose of this he necessary for the negotiation of the receipt, V
reSister his or esidence.business one and two of this Act. shall be Counties of Volusia and St Johns shall con- Laws of Flcrida. election. and
length of stay and web other information turned into the State Treasury as a part of tinue to perform the their respective See. 2. The said county shal be a pr of Sec. 22. This Act shall! become effective upon (c) A readiness and willingness to tign,
as the governor shall Pescnbe.Upon the General Revenue Fund. offices in relation to all property and persons Fourth Congressional Jar the its passage and approval by the Governor. when the goods are delivered an acknowledgirent s
the proclamation the.owner lessee or Sec. 4. That all laws and parts of laws I within the territory of Flagler County as here Thirteenth Senatorial District, an part of Approved May 8, 1917. that they have been delivered if such 3
proprietor of every hotel, inn boarding or conflict herewith be, and the same are hereby bv created unti the first day of July, A. D. the Seventh Judicial Circuit, and said county signature i* requested by the warehouseman.
house and private residence *hal I. repealed. Sec. 5. This Act shall go into 1917. and ( the Assessment Rolls thall have one member in the House of Representatives CHAPTER 7402-(No. 144-) In case the warehouseman refuses or fails to
within rooming twenty.four hours, notify such public effect immediately upon its passage and approval for their respective counties as heretofore existing. of the State of Florida. AN ACT to Restore to the Tax Books of de'iver the goods in compliance with a demand '
authorities of the presence therein of every by the Goveror, or becoming a law Upon completion of aid Assessment Sec 3. The City of Okeechobee shall b Bradford County Certain ands Withdrawn by the holder or depositor so accompan (
such subject or citizen and shall each day without his approval. Rolls as provided by law they shall each deliver the temprar county seat of aid county. from the List of Taxable Property of Said ied, the burden shall 1>e upon the warehouse
thereafter, notify such public suthonties of Approved May 12 1917. to the Assessor of Taxes for Flagler Se. Governor of the State of for County by Reason of the Purchase by the man to establish the existence of a lawful excuse
the arrival thereat or departure therefrom faS- County a transcript of so much of their re- ida shall on or before the first day of State of Lands in said Countv known as the for such refusal.Sec. .
erery such subject or citizen. A wlul I CHAPTER 73SXo. 140). spective Assessment Rolls a pertains to prop her, 1917, appoint all the officers in which said State Prison Farm, and to Provide for the 9. Justification of Warehouseman in .
ore to comply with such proclamation to AN ACT to Authorize and Direc.tb Boardof erty and persons within limits of ? county may be entitled under the Constitutionand Assessment and Collection and Payment of Delivering.-A warehouseman is justified in
do or perform any of the Acts herein,i provided Commissioners of Insttutons to County as hereby, created, and thereafter the Laws of the State of Forid. Taxes Thereon for County Purposes; Pre delivering the Roods, eubiect to the provision
shall be a misdemeanor punishable 8 pro- Sell the Steamer Roamer.Be Assessor of Taxes .af Flakier! County shall perform Sec. 5. It shall br the the Board of scribing Certain Duties in Relation Thereto cf the three following sections, ta one who is-.- /
viet by li'w. It Enacted by the Legislature of the Stateof all the duties of his office as provide by Public Instruction of Olwchobee County to of the Board of Commissioners of State (a) The person lawfully entitled to thepos.stsion
Set 2 This Act shall take effect immediately. Florida law. hold its first meeting on the first Monday ofSeptember Institutions, and for Other Purposes Incidental of the goods, or this iqent.
Section 1. That the Board of CommiSSion.ers Sec. 14. The Assessors of Taxes for the 1917. Thereto. (b) A person who is either himself entitled
Approved May 21. 1917. of State Institutions be, and they are Counties of "olu'ia and t Johns shall be Sec. 6. It shall be the duty of the Board of Whereas, By Chapter 5491. of the Acts of to delivery by the terms of a non-negotiable
hereby authorized, empowered and directed paid as provided by law the Assessmentof County Commissioners of Okeechobee Countyto 1909. and Chapter 6114 of the Acts of spit, receipt issued for the foods, or who has written
CHAPTER 7S95-No. 137). to sell the Steamer Roamer, the vessel now Taxes of FIance County for the year A. hold its first meeting on the first Monday in and purchases by the Board of Commissioners authority from the person so entitled either
AN ACT to Establish a State Board of Embalming in the service of the State Shell Fish Commissioner D. 1017. and the Board of County Commissioners September, 1917. and at said meeting the said of State Institutions of the State of Florida, indorsed upon the receipt or written rpon an-
to Provide For the Better Protection for such price, not less than the of FlaR'er! County shall provide for reasonable Board shal make arrangements for the tem approximately eighteen thousand acres of land other paper, or '
of Life and Health to Prevent the amount paid by the State for said vessel, as compensation to he paid to the Assessorsof porr caring on of the county foyermtt in Bradford Coun'v, Florida, now known ai (e) \ person in possession of a negnttab'e V
Spread of Contagious Diseaseand to Regulate they may be able to obtain for the same; and Taxes of the Counties of Vplnsia and St SI. ,. The courts of Ohehobe the State Prison Farm, were taken from the receipt by the terms of which the foods are de
the Practice of Embalming and the that the sum so received by them for such Johns for preparing the transcription of their shall have civil and jurisdiction Tax Rolls of said county, and the said county liverable to him or order or to bearer, or which
Care and Disposition of the Dead vessel b turned -nto the State Tresur u respective Assessment Rots for Flakier Countyas throughout the said county over causes of action has thereby been derived of the revenue from has been endorsed to him or in blank by the
Be Enacted by the Legislature the State a the general revenue fund herein fro\'ide. any and all other which shall have accrued, and over crimes the assessment and collection of taxes thereon, ,person to whom delivery was promised by the
I Florida: fa. 2. From and after the e and ap extrordinar which said Assessors may and misdemeanors which shall have been committed for the reason that they then became State terms of the receipt or by his mediate or immediate
Section 1. State Board of Embalming; How proval of this Act or its becoming a required te perform. within the territory embraced in the land not subiec to taxation: and indorsee !
Constituted.-A board is hereby created andestablshe without the approval of the Governor, the St. I S. Te Assessor of Taxes for Flag said counh a hereby constituted prior to the Whereas, The said lands before said purchase Sec. 10. Wareho'isenrm's Liability for Misdelivery. I
which shall be known under the said Board of Commissioners of State InstitutiOns ler County receive no compensation from first September 1917, in the same man- were not land owned by the State Government .-Where a warehonseman delivers the *
State Board of Embalming. s1al have the rght.to sell said Steamer the State for the Assessment of Taxes of said ner and to the same extent a if said COlnt in its sovereign capacity exempt from roods to one whi Is not in fact lawfully entitled V
Sec ( Appointment of Board; by WhomComps the provided such County for the year A. D. 1917. but shall receive bad been in existence when such crmes taxation, but were purchased and have since to the possession of them, the warehouseman '-.i
% and How Appintld.-Te Board bid is not less than the amount paid by teState for such s.mee a he may perform ifter mi'demeanors were cmmitte been used for a business purpose to-wit: shall be liable as for conversion ta
of the and for said vesseL the first day of ..January. A. D. 1918, such Sec. 8. All acions prosecutions and all general farming and the raising of products for all having a right of property or possession in
four members to be appointed by the Govr- Sec. 3. That this Act shall go into effectimmediately compensation as is \ by law. and the proceeding in guardianship or administration, sale from which thr State derives a revenue, the goods if he de ivered the goods otherwise
or within 30 day after the Passage.M tutsAct on its passage and approval by Board of Count Commissioners of Flakier and any and all other actions, prosecutions orrroeed'inn thereby benefiting the whole State at large than is authorised by subdivision (b) and (e)
; provided, no person shal be elgble to the Governor, or on its becoming a law without County shal pa him such reasonable compensation that may be pending in Saint and reducing thereby the expanses thereby of of the proceeding section, and though he delivered
appointment a member said of such approval olTicp rendered by him from the Lucie, Osceola and Palm Beach counties in the all the counties in the State in the caring for the goods as authorized by sail subdivisions -
Embalming who a has not been engaged in the Approved May 9. 1317. fret day of July, A. D. 1917. to the first day Circuit Cour or in any other court. or before and maintenance of convicts; and this with he shall be so liable, if prior to such
business of, and practiced mbal-mg in this of January, A. D. 1918. I they may deem any ofcer o board of said counties on the drawal of land firm county taxation places delivery he had eithera -
State for a period of at least five years preceding CHAPTER 7399-No. 141). proper. And the .o'S.csr of Ta_ and the first Seeb 1017, whereof any upon Bradford County a burden of taxation of ( ) Been requested by or on behalf of the
said appointment AN ACT Providing for the Creation of Flag- Clerks of the Circuit Court of the Counties of court, officer Okeechobee Countywould which the other counties of the State receive person lawfully entitled to a right of property
Sec. Term of Office.-The term of officeof lee County, in the State of Florida, and for Volusia and St Johns shl without charee or have had exclusive jurisdiction if said benefit: andWhereas or possession in the goods, not to snake inch
;r S member of mid Board shall be four the Orginization and Government Thereof. fees allow tf Taxes of Flagler county had been In existence when such actionor Public building and land owned delivery orfb
year, except the members of the first Board Be It Enacted by the Legislature of the Stateof Count free access to all bks. maps. paper, proceeding was incitted shall b transferred and used by the State in its sovereign capacity ) Had information that the delivery about *
under this Act, who shall Florida: and files in their that woul to the cr o board for wholly governmental purposes should not to be made was to one not lawfully entitled .1
t b appinte, three and four years, res Section L That the County of Fagle be, in anywise facilitate the performing hi of Okeechobee County jurisdiction of be assessed for taxation, but when the State to the possession ol the goods. ?
and until his successor is appointed and the same is hereby cate etablsh duties such matte and all pleadings, pp and documents exercises functions not strictly governmental, Sec. s t. Negotiate Receipts Most Be Can
pvly. ed in the State of Such Sec. s6. The Collectors of Taxes of the in any way pertaining such action but in competition with the citizens of the State, celled When Goods Delivered.-Except a* pro
S. 4. Oath of Office.-Each member of shall comprise and include all that territory of Counties of Votnsia and St Johns shall b prosecution or ping shall be delivered by the raising of products for sale, such as vided in Section 36, where a warehonsemaa
hall, before entering upon his the Cute ef Volnna and St john. as allowed credit In the by the el1 of Sit cotton, potatoes cane and other product*, it deliver goods for which he hid btr>ed a negotiable
duties take before tome person competent toadminister heofore g, described u t for the amount of tae rsteet Lucie, Osceola Palm Beach counties is but fair that the State should share its pro receipt the negotiation of which would
oath, an oath to faithfully performthe : said Flag'er Cont a hereby cte. for jog custody thereof, to the proper officer of portionate part of the expense of government; transfer the right to the possession of tk*
duties of his office, and that be Is legally Commencing at a point o the extension of the year A The Okeechobee Comity. and it U not contemplated by the Constitution, goods, and fan to take up and cancel the rwi'II" > '

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i- eeipt. i* shin b liable to any one who purfhiKi Sec. 29. How the Lien May Be LostAwarehouseman Prior to the notification of the warehouseman CHAPTER 7404-(No. 148). his application and during that period has each

lo in rood faith such receipt.for loses bis lien upon goods by the transferer or transferee of a AN ACT Providing for the Creation and Establishment had charge of engineering work .principalor and m the case payable to each of iad S

to deliver the goods to h whether (a) By surrendering possession thereof, or non-negotiable receipt the title of the transferee of Florida State Board of Engineering assistant for at least two year. After ty shall amount be so apportioned to _-_ '
: : auch purchaser acquired title to b (b) By reuinl to deliver the gos when a to the gods the right to acquire theobligation Examiners, Granting Certain the Slst day of December. Board divided applied br such Countie,
t for o after the delivery of the goods by te demand with which he bund to of the warehouseman may be de- Power to and Prescribing the Duties of shall issue certificates of registration only the bet een the general school fu4
comply ude the provisions of this feted by the levy of a attachment or execution 4d Board; Providing for the Examination as herein provided.Sec. general road fund of said Cou "'-
and Registration of Professional Engineers 12. All certificates of registration Issued order that the Comptroller 0bfcS *
: See. u. Negotiable Receipts Must Be Cancelled See Negotiable Receipt Must StateCharges upon the by a creditor of the ,
; Marked When of Goods Deliver- for Which Lien Is a transferer, or by a notification to the ware Regulating the Practice of Engin- by the Board and its secretary shall necessary information to compl/wi?. !? ?
Pr Camed-I eering in the State of Florida.' and Providing be in such form a the by-laws of the Board to which this Section is ?
ed. Section where negotiable receipt issued 1warehouseman the transferee an
! -Except u provided 36, i by or a subsequent amendment
prescribe. Before certificate of from
Penalties may the
the
for Violation of This any archives
,. ,. awsrekouaemandeliverspartoftbegoodiforwhieb shall have no lien thereon, purchaser from the transferer of a lubseuet Act registration is Issued by the Board and its D. C and records at WuM
had issued a negotiable receipt and except for charges for storage of those gods sale of the goods by the transferer.Sec Be It Enacted by the Legislature of the secretary it shall be numbered and recorded the sum of loOO or so mub tbi -
fails to take up and such receipt subsequet to the date of the receipt 43. Transfer of Negotiable Receipt State sf Florida: in a book kept for that purpose with as may be necessary be and the same i.

. et place plainly upon enc lltet of te receipt expressly charg- Withcut Endorsement.-Where a negotiable receipt Seton 1.-DelnltonL Used In This the .ecretar. and the number of the certificate by trailer appropriated.to be expended by th
what foods o or packages have for a is camed In such case is transferred for value by delve and ) means the State Ihal noted on the cerifcate Such in carrying out the purpo

he shall be liable to any one bn denre there Iha be a lien 'te chrge enum- the indorsement of the transferor i elsental Bard of Engineering Examiners, provided Ihal be open to publc In.peton Act Reserve to be paid out of the Nafio p
thIs Act (b) a practices Fund.Sec. .
;
value in good faith such receipt.- for failureto crated far I they are terms for negotiation, the transferee Icquire person and In actions or
in the of 27, although th amount of the right against the tranferer to compel to "Professional Englneerng" within the meanIng court such record or a transcript of any part t That in the event that acu s
deliver all the goods specified Seton of this branch of of
re thereof the the
any certified by secretary of receipts from
whether such purchaser acquired chages 1 enumerated i stated in the indors the unless a inten the profession of other than military different Reaere5
receipt engineering
ci cntar Board under the seal of the to be a be obtained b, Counties
receipt before or after the delivery of receipt. t appes take engineering. The practice of said profession true copy, be entitled t Board in with so as t fully
ply this
: adl.lof Act
any portion of the goods by the warehouse- Se 3 Wuehoulea Need Not Deliver effect time when the indorsenientis embrace. the de.lg and the superVision evidence. ahal Board shall power at authorized the Comptroller is iiej
a. T I Satsfe-A warehouseman actually made. of the public and private any time to Inquire into the identity of any to adjust the matter accodm $
See. 13. Altered alteration having a lien person demand Sec. 41 Warranties on Sale of Receipt-A utilities such railroads, bridges person claiming to be a registered professional the United States Statutes or a t

< of a receipt shall Rept-warehouseman ing the goods may refuse to deliver the person who for value negotiates or transfersa highways road canals, harbor rvr engineer, and after due service of a pear to him to be just and fair and wftl
who issued it e liability if sucb goods to him until the lie is stsfe receipt by indorsement or delvr including ., Ighthoulel docks dry notice in writing require him t prove to approval of all Counties. **
Iteration was- any Sec. 32. Dos Not one who assigns for secured doks ships barge. dredge. crae float the satisfaction of the Board he Is the See- 4. That this Act shall take effect
Preclude Other Remedies. docks property, the person authorized to practice professional mediately upon its becoming .
Immaterial.b -Whether a warehouseman by a receipt, unless a contrary intention foatng a la
( .
a) the luperl.lon the construction engineering under the certificate of registration Approved May 21 1917. *
has has not lien the ,
or a upon warrantsa -
! ( ) Aatorze o IJVea of steam engines turbines. Internal by virtue of which he claims the privilege -
goods he is entitled to all allowedby ( ) is genuine
remedie receipt ;
combustion
: (c) t fraudulent other mechanical of this Act When the Board finds thata
intent
law to a creditor against his debtor for (b) That he has a legal right negotiateor CHAPTER 7406-fN'o iu\
II the alteration was warehouseman t structures, electrical machiner and apparatus person claiming to be a professional engineer AN ACT ,
authore to the the collection from the depositor of all chage transfer it; and of works developmenttransmission registered under this Act Is not in to Provide far the Bringis
of lh b as altered.acrding altera and advances which the depositor ha expressly (c) That he has knowledge of no fact which or application te power, the design fact the person to whom the certificate of Suits by the State to Quiet Titles to ,

te unauthorized receipt but made without or impliedly contracted with the warehouseman would impair the validity or worth of the and the supervision of mining operations registration was Issue. It shall reduce Its Acquired Though Non-Payment Tax
I fraudulent w the warehouseman shall be to pay. receipt; andd and of processes and apparatus for findings to file them in its office. t" Provide for the Sale and Conveya ; z
I intent the terms of the receipt Sec. 33. Satisfaction of Lien by Sae.Awarehouseman's ( ) That he has a right to transfer the titleto carrying out such operatons and the design Such findings shall be prima facie evidence Such Lands, and the Disposi of "
lib lien for a claim which has the goods and that the goods are merchantable and the constructionof that the person mentioned therein la Proceeds From Such Sales. the
were before alteration. become due be satisfied follows fit for municipal works. Irrigation work water falsely Impersonating a professional engineerof Be It Enacted by the
fraudulent alteration of a receipt may as : or a particular purpose whenever Legislature f 54
Material and the
works
The warehouseman shall written such warranties supply sewerage a like or different name. The Board mayrevoke of Florida: SU4
give a would have been im-
shall not excuse the warehouseman who works industrial works, works hydraulic a certificate of registration of a professional
_
issued from liability to deliver, according to notice t the person on whose account the pled i the contrc of the parie had been works and snItar works and engineer for fraud or deceit in the Section 1 From and after the pusa

the terms of the receipt as originally issued.the goods ere held and to any other person receipt goods represented other public or private utlte or work securing of his certificate or for the con approval of this Act the State rt
goods for which it as issued but shall know by the warehouseman to claim an in- thereby. which require for their the viction of crime. Proceedings for the revo- shall, have the right to bring and 1 mak2i! !h
him from any other to the terest in the goods. Such notice shall be Sec. 45. Indore Not a Guantr.-Te in- vision of their construction such experience cation of a certificate of registration shall suit in the Chancery Courts of the State !
esc who made the liablt to any given by delivery in person or by registered dorsement a receipt the and technical knowledge as are required In be begun by filing with the Board a written the purpose of quieting the titles to fa

person who took with notice of the letter addressed to the last known place of indorser liable for any failure on the part of Section 8 of this Act for admission to ex charge or charges against the accused. These acquired by the State under the ,
person of the for altetion business or abe of the person to be noti- the warehouseman or previous indorscrs of amination. The execution as a contractorof charges may be preferred by any person or of law authorizing the tax collectors trtt0
Any purchaser receipt shall nue the fied. The shall contain the receipt fulfill their respective obliga work designed by a professional engineeror corporation, or the Board may on Us own several counties to bid off lands of
I notice of the alertio same (a) An itemized statement of the tions. t the supervision of the construction of motion direct Its secretary to prefir such certificates therefor in the and issue j
rights against which such warehouse such work a foreman superintendentfor name Of the
as or When
warehousan Sist
charges. charges are preferred
.1 would have acquired if the receipt man's claim showing the sum due tme Sec 46. No Warranty Implied From Accepting such a contractor shall not be deemedto professional engineer. registered agan.ta Treasurer All such suit shall be broi

purr been altered at the time of the pur of the notie and the date or dates Payment of a Debt-A mortgagee be the practice of professional engineering provisions cf this the Board shall undlr designate the name of the State of Florid by the Stit

, chase. became pledges or holder for security of a receipt whoIn within the meaning of this Act Nor shall not less Act of Us number as a Comptroller.
Sec. 14. Lost or Destroyed Re ei'pts. Where (b) A brief description of the goods against good faith demands or receives payment this Act apply to a person a a pub- committee to bear and determine said Sec. Z. In all such suits S
service
a negotiable receipt has been lost or de which the lie exists of the debt for which such receipt is securty. lic officer employed by the State, a countyor charges. A time and place for the hearing cation may be had upon by pbs.
of jurisdiction (c) A demand that the amount of the claimas whether from a party to a draft a municipality of this State on work shall be fixed by said committee and a copy known defendants non-resident and as.
Itrye a the court cmfeet uponstifactory stated in the notice, and of such further such debt or from any other person, shall not where the estimated cost of the same 1* of the charges, together with a notice of and final decree and be decree pro confesso

delve loss goods or destruction claim a shall accrue, shal be paid on or beI I by so doing be deemed to represent or to 11,000 or less. the time and place for the hearing. shall be spects as provided may by the entered intf rs._
proof fore a day mentiond. less than ten days warrant the of such the (c) "Professional Engineer" means any served upon the accused or his counsel at existing laws .
genuineness receipt or cable
of bond to other suits
and a
noon giving wit person who practices professional engineerIng. least ten days before the date in chancery involvS
sufficient sureties to be approved by the from the delivery of the notice if it is personally quantity or quality of the goods therein de hearing. personal service or service the title to real estate. I
liability delivered or from the time when the' scribed. See. 2. After the first of Were S c.3- There
to protect the warehouseman frm any day January, upon be effected and such shall be attached
or expense, which he or any pe injured notice should reach its destination, accordingto Sec.47. When Negotiations Not Impairedby 1918, no person shall practise professional fact Is certified on oath by any person duly bill of complaint filed Under this to er
by such delivery may Incur reason the due course of post, i the notice i 1 Frud Mistake or Durel-Te validityof engineering without having been first duly authorized to make legal service, the Bard of the tax certificate or tax Act a eopy
certificates
of the original receipt remaining outstanding.The let by mail, and of a impaired and regularly registered by the Board a a shall cause to be published for at leat lag the sale or sales of the
court may also In its discretion order the ) A statement that unless the claim is 1 by the fact that such negotiation was a professional engineer a required by this Act times, the first publication to be at least to which it is sought to quiet lands andudf tj
of the warehouseman reasonable paid within the time specified the goods w breach of duty on the of the person making nor shall any person practise professional thirty days prior to the hearing In two shall be treated ,,
pet fees. be advertised for sale and sold by : i ia the pa the fact that the engineering whose authority to practice la revoked newspapers published in the section of the plaint order as a part of the bin of e.
cunl specified ti and negotton induced by the Board; and after the first State in which the accused was last knownto in that objection by dem ,,
e place. owner of was by fraud, ;
the goods under an order be made
The may thereto.
day of January 1918. map, plan and practise a notice to the effect that at a
in this section, In accordance with the term of a notice so mistake or duress to entrust the possessionor ner Sec 4. The bill
the court as provided shal drawing required by be certified or definite time and place a hearing will beheld of complaint shall
o given a sale of the goods by auction be custody of the receipt to such if me* ;
may
relieve the warehouseman from person approved by a professional engineer shall be on the charges against the accused uponan the amount of unpaid taxes including
Do person to whom the negotiable receipt has had to satisfy any valid claim of the warehouse-the person to whom the receipt was negotatedor certified or approved by a professional engineer application to revoke his certificate. At assessed and omitted, as to the lands deierik AM!
been or shall be negotiated for value without man for which he has a lien on the good?. The' a person to whom the receipt lubse duly and regularly registered by the said hearing the accused shall have the right ed m each such tax shin
of the proceedings or of the delivery sale shall be had in the place len quently negotiated paid value therefor, Board a a professional engineer &required to cross examine witnesses against him and the duty of the clerk cert.ficate.of It kt
Dtc was acquired, or if such place is manifestyunsuitable out notice of the breach of duty or fraud, by this Act and shall bear the date and the i produce witnesses In his defense and to appear to furnish the State the circuit Coi t

Sec. lI-Effect of Receipts. A receipt for the purpose, at neaest: mistake or duress. number of the certificate of registration of 1 personally or by counsel. The said demand, statements Comptroller upoaUs
the face Duplicate of which the word "du- suitable place. After the time for the payment Sec. 48. Subsequent Negotiation.-Where a such professional engineer. committee shall make a written report of as be showing such informatS
upon Sec. 3. There shall be a State Board of' Its findings and recommendations and shall may require which shall be eertifieTta
of the claim in the notice to 1 having pledged
mortgaged or
plicate" f plainly placed is a representationand specified ]person sold Engineering consisting of five forthwith submit the same to the be correct according to the record iTkk
by the warehouseman that such the j depositor has an advertisement: goods i which a warehouse and for Exminer Board I omce. ouch
members to sustain the statements
when
by the Governor the Board shall I'f'j
wt.a accurate copy of an original r of the sale, describing the god!to b sold i which a negotiable receipt has been ised three of whom shall be civil onea committee and It Is the decision of the and filed, shall be prima facie evidence SA r.
rpt and stating the name of the owner or having sold mortgaged or engineers *
issued and nncancelled at person mining or electrical engineer other Board that said certificate should be revoked their contents. I
cep of the issue of the duplct but shall on whose account the goods are held, ad negotiable receipt representing such goods one a mechanical engineer or naval architect the Board Ihal thereupon give See 5. a
impose upon him no othe the time and place of shall be pub- continues of the negotiable receipt Of the member of the Board first ap tice to the professional engineer against Whenever any suit under this Aa
It Warehouseman labit. Up Ti. lished once a week for two consecutive week: the subsequent negotiation thereof by two Ihal hold office fora whom the charges are preferred of Its Intention is prosecuted to final decree and title to lands

S Himself.-No title or right to the possession in a newspaper published in the place : that person under any sale, or other dispogi- terra of two yean the first day of so to do. whereupon the said prfes..Ional adjudicated to be in the State it shall b tb.'
of the goods on the of the such sale i to be held. Te sale sbal not: I thereof to any person receiving the same July 1919; two shall hold office for a term engineer against whom said charges duty of the Sheriff, upon the demand of tat
pa _ware ton of three years, ending the first of have been preferred shall have the right Comptroller, to advertise
unless such title right is de be held lel than fifteen from time: i good for value and without noticeof day July the said lands lor
houaa from transfer of the publcation If there is no newspaper the faith sale, mortgage or pledge, shall 1920; one shall hold office for a ter of within sixty days to appeal to any court in sale in a newspaper published fa the eonjrtv -
or indirectly, a four years, ending the first equity or law. having proper
dirly day July. where
rye the jursdlcton the suit is brought
the time of or subsequent place, ad\eile 1 have the same effect as i the first purchaserof 1921. The term of office of each member against the action of the said once a week fa*
te ad four consecutive
the deposit for Itorge or from ment shall be posted at least ten the goods or receipt had expressly 'authorized so appointed shall begin on the first day of the of the Board shall be subject to weeks and he shall sea the
acton same to the
the warehouseman's lien Ihal excuse the such sale in not less than six conspicuous i the subsequent negotiation. July. 1917. Upon the expiration of each of decision of said court, or of a highest and best bidder for cask- ,
warehouseman from liability refusing to place terein See 49. Negotiation Defeats Vendor's Lien. such terms the term of omce of each mem- higher cour if appeal Is taken In the provided, that if no person shall bid tits
S, deliver the goods according to the terms of of such sale'the warehouseman -Were a negotiable receipt has been issued ber thereafter appointed shall be four years. event said professional engineer amount of taxes due, with interest thereat 4
the receipt shall satisfy his lien, including the' I goods, no seller's lie or right of stoppage Each member shall hold over after the expiration against whom charges have been preferred including the costs as hereinafter dedned, the
See. 17. Interpleader of Adverse reasonable charges of notice, advertisementand : i in transitu shall the rights of any of his term until his successor shall not within sixty days appeal from the property shall be bid off for the State sad '

more than one person claims Caimat.I *. fc sale. The balance i any, of such proceeds purchae] for value in good faith to whom shall be duly appointed and qualified. The the Board in the manner above title shall be conveyed to the board of Co.
of the goods the warehouseman shall be held by warehouseman, and i receipt has been negotiated, Governor may remove any member of the provide the Boar shall have the power misBioners of State Institutions. Such salt*
o plo a defense to an action delivered on demand to the person to whomhe i such negotiation be prior or whete Board for misconduct incapacity or neglectof authorty or as soon revoke there the by the Sheriff shall be made in accordance
bought duty. the Board caused by annul and
would have been bound to deliver or the notification the warehouseman who issued 1 practcable. with the requirements of law
against him for non-delivery of the to death, resignation or removal from office said The regulating salei
original whichever is appropriate justified in delivering the goods.At such receipt of the seller's claim to a shall be filled by appointment by the Gov- of the Board shall be recorded In the acton of real property levied upon by exerottoa
o I, a require all lat claimants to inter- any time before the goods are 1 sold: lien or right of stoppage in transitu. Nor ernor for the unexptred term Each mem- manner as certificates of registration are re- this where not in conflict with the provisions el

any person claiming a right of property or shall the warehouseman be obliged to deliver bet of the Board, shall be a professional engineer corded and the name of the person whose certificate Act.
pled 18. Warehouseman Has Reasonable possession therein may pay the warehousemanthe or justified in delivering the goods t a of at least ten year active experience of registration la so revoked shall be Sec. 6. In all cases where property b toU

Time to Determine Validity of Claims.It .- amount necessary to satisfy his lien andto unpaid seller unless the receipt is lu.rendered and of recognized standing his stricken from the list of registered professional bT the Sheriff under this Act, such sates
some one other than the depositor or per.I pay the reasonable expenses and liabilities i for cancellation. profession and shall be at least thirty-five engineers and he shall be disqualified from shall be confirmed by the court in which the
claiming tinder him a claim to the incurred in serving notices and advertisingand CRIMINAL OFFENSES. years of age and shall have been a resident practising as a professional engineer In the suit was instituted and immediately after
or possession of ha goods and the preparing for the sale up to the time of: See 50. Issue of Receipt for Goods Not of this State for at least three yearsImmeilately State of Florida. The Board may re-Issue a confirmation the purchaser shall be entitled suet

information of such claim, such warehouseman shall deliver ] warehouseman, officer, preceding his appointment. certificate of registration to any person whose to a deed from the said Sheriff conveyS
warehouseman ha payment Te Reccivd.A or any meIbtr of said Board, except the certificate has been revoked but only after the
fee
the warehouseman shall be excused from liability gos the person making sdch agent or servant of a warehouseman who m'mber first appointed hereunder shall the expiration of one year from the date of simple title to said lands to the KS>
for refusing to deliver the goods, ethe payment i a person entitled under the: i or aids in issuing a receipt knowing registered as a professional engineer such revocation for reasons which the Board chaser The Sheriff shall be allowed the laa*
to the depositor or person claiming provisions of this Act, to the possession of the: i ii that the goods for which such receipt is issued under this Act and be also a member In shall determine to be satisfactory.Sec. fees for making such sales as le is allowed
him. or to the adverse claimant until the i goods on payment of charges thereon. Otherj j have not been actually received by such good standing of a recognized engineering IS. Every certified professional engineer by law for sales under execution. The Sheriff
I warehouseman has had a reasonable time to i wis the warehouseman shall retain posses warehouseman, or are not under his actual society. The members of the Board shall so registered under this Act who desires shall, out of funds received, first pay the
accertain the validity of the adverse claim sion of the goods according to the terms of I control at the time of issuing such receipt. serve without compensation except travelingand to continue the practice of his profession costs, to the respective parties entitled then,

or to bring legal proceedings to compel all the original contract of depsit i shal be guilty of a crime, and upon cnvic other necessary expenses. shall annually pay to the Secretary of the to. He shall then pay to the clerk of tke
claimants to Sec. 34. Perishable Goods. 1 shall be punished for each by See. 4. Every member of the Board shallreceive Board a fee of J5 on or before a day to be Circuit Court such amount as would be

Sec. 19. interled. Is No Defense Ex- -If goods are of a perishable nature, or by i not exceeding five ofense years, or the a certificate of his appointment from fixed by the Board, for which fee a renewal quired to purchase or redeem the said tax re-
imprsonmet Governor and before beginning his term certificate of registration for the current
eept As Above Provided.-Except as providedin [ keeping will deteriorate greatly in value, 01 1 1i exceeding five thousand dollars of office shall file with the Secretary of year shall be Issued. sale certificate. Any balance then remaining -,;
tile two preceding sections and in Sections i by I II their odor, leakage inflammability, 01: or by both. State his written oath for the faithful discharge Sec. 14. It shall be unlawful for any pro in his hands shall be immediately transmit
: and 3 no right or title of a third person[ explosive nature, will be liable to injure! See 51. Issue of Receipt Containing FalseStatementA of his official duty. Each member of fessional engineer to participate in or derive ted to the State Comptroller, and he riial
shall a defense to an action brought byte other property the warehouseman may give warehouseman or any officer, the Board first appointed hereunder shal receive any profit from the subject matter of his place the same in the treasury to the credit
depositor or person claiming under him i 'such notice to the owner or to the person in i agent or servant of a warehouseman who a certificate of registration unier this professional employment, either In the mat of the Board of Commissioners of State las-
the warehouseman for failure to deliver whose name the goods are stored, a is ]fraudulently U&uetifr aids In fraudulently Act from said Board. The Boad adopt ter of construction work or material titutions. The Sheriff shall also at the tee A
the goods according to the terms of[ reasonable and possible under the circumstances Issuing a receipt for goods knowing that it and have an official seal. The Board may Sec. 15. Every unrevoked certificate and of issuing this deed report to the tax
the to satisfy the lien upon such god?. contains any false statement shall be guiltyof make all by-laws and rules not Inconsistentwith endorsement of registry made as provided In the description of the assessor
reipt.. for or and to remove them from the warehouse, and a crime, and upon conviction shall be law needed In performing Its duties; this Act shall be presumptive evidence In all name of the purchaser property thereof. sold and the
,
Non.ExisWce i in the event of the failure of such to J punished for each offense by imprisonmentnot but no by-law or rule by which more than a courts and places that the person named
Misdescription of Gods.-A person exceeding one year. or by a One not majority vote Is required for any specified therein is legally registered.Sec. Sec 7. At any time before any *u *| .1 !
rhal be 'liable to te of a receipt for satisfy the lien and to remove the goodswithin exceeding $1.000, or by both. acton by the Board shal be amended sus 16. The provisions of this Act shall lands as provided by this Act. any person er

damages caused the non-existence of the the time so specified the warehouseman Sec. 52. Issue of Duplicate Receipt Not or repealed smaller vote than apply to every corporation, domestic or for persons, claiming to own the lands .
good or by the failure of the goods to cor may sel the goods at public or private So Marked.-A warehouseman. or any offlcer. that required for action thereunder.Sec. eign, engaged In the business of professional to be sold aforesaid proposed -

with the description thereof in the sale advertising. If the warehouse agent or servant of a warehouseman, 6, The Board shall biennially elect engineering within the State of Florida, except tion sworn to by him=elf his, may by red-
receipt at the time of its issue. If, however, man after a reasonable effort is unable to who or aids In Issuing a duplicate or from Its members a President. Vlce-PresI- that certificates of registration Issued torney, addressed to the agent or at-
the goods are described in a receipt merely bya sell such goods he may dispose of them inany i additional negotiable receipt for goods, dent and a Secretary who shall also be hereun-jer shall be held by one or more of uit is pending court in which the
statement of marks or labels upon them or lawful manner, and shall incur no liaViHty |knowing that a former negotiable receipt Trlasurer. for the ensuing biennial tlr. Its officers or employees instead of by such U set up his claim of title, tad t
for the them la Secretary shall give bond In upon an inspection of such petition the
them state.met by reason same goods or any part of a 8u.h corporation.
upon packages that the containing said to, or be by goods a ofcertain The proceeds thereof sale made under the !outstanding and uncancelled. without plainly amount and with such sureties as may be f>ec. 17. The Board shall during the court is satisfied that the petitioner is the
gooJs are placing upon the face thereof the word approved by the Board conditioned upon the month of April In each year certify and rightful owner of the lands, the said suit shall
terms of this section shall be ofin
a kind, or that the packages cntaining disposed "Duplicate." except In the case of a lost or faithful performance of his duties, snil for publish a complete list of registered professional be dismissed upon payment into the
the goods are said to contain goods of a the same way as the proceeds of sales ,destroyed receipt after proceedings as provided the accounting for, and payment of, all moneys engineers with their business ad of the court an amount sufficient registry
certain kind. or by words of like purport, made under the terms of the pretdingsection. for In Section 14. shall be guilty of a received by him. The Secretary shall dresses. In a newspaper published In the taxes due with interest thereon to par afl
such statements if true, sha1 not make liable i crime and upon conviction shall be pun- keep on file a record of all certificates ofregistration Stote of Florida. and expenses of and all costs
the warehouseman iss the receipt. although Sec. 35. Other fethods of Enforcing Liens. l Ished for each offense by Imprisonment not sued. and be shall receive Sec. IS. Any person aho, not being then Comptroller every nature incurred by the *

the goods are not of the kind whihthe -The remedy for enforcing a lien herein proc c exceeding five year or by a fine not ex- and account for all fees derived from the legally authorized to practice professional suit. Said fund in bringing and prosecuting tie .
narks or labels upon them vided does not preclude any other remediesallowed ceedlng $5,000, or by both. operation of this Act. The Hoard shal hold engineering within this State according to the clerk shall be disbursed by the
law for the enforcement Sec. 63. Issue for Warehouseman's Gooda st least two regular meetings In year. upon fe order rf the Court in accordance
of
the by
of the kind they were raid be by alien provisions of this Act and so reei"tered according
t of ReceiptsVhlch Do Not State That Fact. Special meetings may be called In such manner with the provisions of this Act
against bar the !
personal
depositor. property nor to law, shall practice, or attempt, or Sec.
8.
Where there are deposited with or held by as the by-laws of the Board pro- Immediately
Sec. 21. Liability for Care of Goods.-A right to recover so much of the warehouseman's a warehouseman goods of which he Is vide. Notice of all meetings shall may be given advertise to practice, or hold himself out the upon Clerk the Sting of anyrY'trJin'1r.fc'llSrArt

warehouseman shall be liable for any loss or claim a shal not be paid by the proceeds owner, either solely or Jointly or In common In such manner a the by-laws of the Board as authorized to practice professional engineer in Of the Circuit

injury to the good caused by his failure cf the sle the property. with others such waehous.man. or any of may provide At all meetings a malorlty of ing, or shall use in connection with his name, commenced shall mark which the suit to
exercise such in regard to them Sec. 36. Effect of Sale.-After goods have the Board constitute a otherwise advertise in red ink on the ft- 1-
to care a j his officers agents, or servants, .ho, knowIng shal quorum. or assume, lice or any C"rd of tar sale
a reasonably careful owner of similar godswould been lawfully sold to satisfy a warehouse l this ownership. Issues or aids In IssuIng Sec. 6. Thl Board shall have power to title or designation tending to convey the impression 'tuired by law certificates which he is re-
exercise, but he shall not be liable, i man's lien. or have been lawfully sold or I a negotiable receipt for such good which employ during Its pleasure. such clerVg and that he is a professional ensineer, fr'cs to keep against all tax certi-
because their does elate .uch ownership. shall be gull- other and to rent such ofH v>! upon which win are na'ed t-e words
the absence of an agreement to the contrr disposed of of perishable or not employees as and any person who shall buy, sell, or fraudulently Suit instituted
for any hoar or injury to the i hazardous nature, the v.arehouseman shall not 'ty of a crime. and upon conviction shall be mar he neces.ary for the proper performance obtain any certificate of registration, by Comp'roer"! and thereat
., 'punished for each offense by Imprisonmentnot bv It of Its duties as in this Act pre- trr no redemption or purchase of
thereafter be liable for failure to deliver the such cerri-
the
could not have been avoided by exercise or iho shall aid or abet such bnyine. sel.ini Scale
exceeding one year or by a fine not ex- !rrlh. may he had c.nt .,:A2 t_
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of such care. goods to the depositor, or owner of the Roods, ai.uI i. or oy :DOtn.Ir. S;r.-7. The eTppn'os of thl nOM and of or fraudulently ohtainin or who sha'l practice S-ction 7 -of this--Act.- I"'U V7 *l'|
Sec. 22. Goods Must be Kept Separate.- or to a holder of the receipt given for the cleolnj. 54 Delivery of Goods Without Obtaining the eliminations! held by and or attempt or advertise to practice, or Ser. 9. All land
Except as provided in the following section goods when they were deposited, even if 1 Negotiable Receipt. A warehouse- soy other matter In connection DMr1, thl provisions o hold himself out as autho-ired to practice of Commissioners conveyed to the Boa.d \

a warehouseman shall keep the goods so far such receipt be negotiable. ,roan, or any officer, agent or servant of I of this Act. shall be piM from he professional engineering under cover of any tbe rrnruinns of rf M State Institutions under
(separate from roods of other depositors and[ RECEI PTS. warehouseman who del\'er goods out of registration fees collected as herein provld ,]. certificate obtained or issued f'auduently. or conveve,; Act may be sold and
from other goods of the same depositor for See. 37. Negotiation of Negotiable Receipts I Ii the pos.es'!on of warehoueeman and not th"II.e. and In no enso "".1 unlawfully, or under fraiiiluirit represents and reeu'-itinns hv sid Hoard under such roles -

which a separate receipt ha? been issued a i of Delivery. negotiable receipt may be negotiated knowing that a negotiable receipt, neiro- of such expenses b. Pad bv the ftat. of tion" or wi'ful fUs'itement of fact in a material Se-. 10. AS they may lawfully pre-rml
of which would transfer the rleht Florida nor be ". .MJ mores irfo
earning hands
thg
by delivery chlr ,
times the identification and IgRn
4 to permit at all |talon regard and any person who shall practice 'Sf the
re-delivery of the goods deposited. (a) %Where by the terms of the receipt the j po. se ilon of such goods. Is out'tandtng The mlmb.n of the Board shall be entitled or attempt or advertise to practice or fl,5.of Commi.'nnrr. of Stafe lastitxmns -
and uncancelled, without obtaining the to for their traveling aol hotel n" warehouseman undertakes deliver the reimbursement provisions of this Act.
Sec Fungible Goods be Commingle to goodsto exccpt -
May hold himself out as authorized tn practice
% the Incurred In their
such of
possession of receipt at or before expenses pursuance as herein otherwise
if Warehouseman [ the bearer or j ji duties. Anv funds professional engineering under a false or assumed provided shall be
Authorzed.-I time of such shall, except In the surplus remaining In the hcd the
by agreement or i (b) Where, by the terms of the receipt, the cases provided delivery for In Sections 14 and 3t, be hands of the Board or of Its Secretary ard name or who chill falsely impersonate the Legislature treasury subject to the control Of

warehouseman may mingle fungible goods i warehouseman undertakes to deliver the goods found sulfty of a crime, and upon conviction Treasureshati 11 subject f'-otn time to any professional engineer or former professional -
with other goods of the same kind and grade. to the order of a specified person, and such shall be punished for each offense by Imprisonment time to the further provisions of the Legisla! eneineer of a like or diferent name, or SpcH< The costs, fee* and expends in

In such case the various depositors of the i person or a subsequent indorsee of the re- j not exceeding one year, or by anne ture. who shall violate any of the provision cf curred liy the Comptroller in bringing suits
mingled gods shall own the entire mass in, ceipt has indorsed it in blank or to bearer. not exceeding ll.OOfl, or by both. Pec. 8. The FOr shall admit to exam- this Act. shall be guilty of a misdemeanor under this Act which may be dismissed OB

common, and each depositor shall be entitledto | \Where by the terms of a negotiable receipt Sec. 65. Negotiation of Receipt for Mort. ration any clnd8tl who pave a fee of Fifteen and unon conviction thereof shall be punished account of any invalid, unlawful erroneous, :

.uch portion thereof as the amount deposited the gods are deliverable to bearer or I paged Goods.-Any person who deposits Dollars and submits evidence, verifiedby according to law. and in addition his certifiCate or double assessment of taxes, or for the
to which he has not title, or oath s-itlsfactory to the Board that he
where negotiable receiot has been indorsed l upon failure of
him any
a
by bears to the whole. of shall be officer to
registration strictly
which there a Hen or mortgage and who (aIs more than !1 years of age; (b> Is of automatically revoked. the law comply with
holder in-
in blank bearer in
21 Liability Warehouseman Depositors or to any may ] the
assessment of lands for
See t takes for such goods a negotiable receiptwhich good charatlr. and (c> has been engagedupon taxes
of Commin.le Goods.-The ware dorse the same to himself or to any other he afterwards negotiates for value engineering work for least six years Sec. 19. This Act shall not apply tr any or the issuance of tax sale certi.icates there-

houllaf shal several, liable to each depositor specified person, and in such case the rei and with Intent to deceive and without and during that period a had charge ofengineering professional engineer working for the United lor. shall be raid to the respective officers

for care re-delivery of his i ceipt shall thereafter be negotiated only by ,disclosing his want of title or the existence work. a principal or assistant States Government; nor to any professional and persons entitled thereto, out of any funds
share of such mass to the same extent and[ the endorsement of such indorsee. of the lie or mortgage, shall be guilty for at least one year; (d) or. In lieu o requirement engineer employed as an assistant to a pro in yi.e.naTnds.f the Board of Commissioflers
under the same circumstances a i the goods i Sec. 38. Negotiation of Negotiable Receipt i of a and upon conviction shall be (e) specified above Is a gra"uat. fessional engineer registered under this Act; of Institutions under the provisions ol

bad b
.. Attachment er Levy Upon Goods i negotiated bv the endorsement of the pro i ii exceeding one year or by a fine not exceeding good reputation and has been engaged upon without this State and employed therein until certificate of the Cleric of the Circuit Court

for Which. Negotiable Receipt Has Been i to whose order the goods are, by the ters ( $,0 or by botb.INTERPRETATIN. and engineering durln? that work period for at has least had four charge vears. a reasonable time, as prescribed by the Such dismissal shall operate si a cancellation
of
hsued.-I goods are delivered to a warehouse- '.f the receipt, deliverable. Such indorse- engineering work. principal or assistant, rules of the Board, shall have elapsed to permit of the tax certificate or certificates involved.
owner or by a person whose act i ment may be in blank, to bearer or to a fcec. St. Law for at least one year.a the registration of such person under .ecr-12-Tht several arks o' the Cir

in conveying the title to them to a purcbas- specified person. If endorsed to a speife Still Applicable. any ease not providedfor Sec. 9. Examination for registration this Act, provided, that before practicing shall deliver to the Comptroller
In faith for value would bind the person it may be again negotiated In this Act thl rules of law and equity, he held at regular "h"l when demanded
e good ] including the and in or special meetings ( within this State he shall have applied for by him any or all tax eerttficates -
owner, and a negotiable receipt is issued for i indorsement of such person in blank to bearer j the rules merchant law of principaland particular Boar st tueh times and at such places the issuance to him of a certificate of registration being outstanding at ue time of such
while in the them they cannot thereafter Subsequent agent the effect of misrepresentation year and shall have paid the fee prescribed two years or more ard rhall take
of warehouseman I i negotiation may be made in like manner. | frud shall determine. The scope of the examlm- his receipt
possession the b atache duress or in this Act for admission to examination. or that of his duly authorized
Sec. 39. Transfer of eOlrclon tlons and the methods of procedure shall he
by or or | Reeipt.-A receipt Sec. 20. This agent or
Act shall attorney
garnishment othenise lee or other invalidating cause, prescribed bv the Board. The not apply to any therefor. All such original
which is in such form that it be bankrpc. examinationmav
the not can ner tax
under an architect certificates
upon unles rceipt | be either oral or partly oral and registered by the State of Florida upon which 8nits are brought
b first surrendered to the warehouseman. i gotiated by delivery may be transferred by See 67. Interrelation Shall Give Effect written. As soon as practicable after partly the under the provisions of the Act creating the shall be filed in evidence fn the case and

negotiation enjoine. The wabousemanIha1 the holder by delivery to a purchaser or done i to Purpose of t'nlformlty.-Thl. Act shall Ilos of each examination the members of State Board of Architecture, nor to any of thereafter shall not be subject to sale or
in no to delver up A non-negotiable receipt cannot be nego- bft. so Interpreted and construed as to effectuate Board who shall have conducted such the provisions of said Act redemption.

-; actual posses-ion of the goods: the tiated and the indorsement of such a receipt Its general purpose to make unI- examination shsltmake and sign and file Sec. 21. All laws or parts of laws in conflict See. It Th
receipt is surrendered to him or impounded gives the transferee no additional right for the law of those States which naet tt with the Secretary a certificate the with the provisions of this Act be Act wor4 "Costs" as used in this
and shall
.tatln' the
include!
by the court. Sec. 40. Who May Negotiate a Receipt So. 5. Definition.) In thin Act action of the Board upon the application of same are hereby repealed.Sec. and sheriff'5 the fees of clerk of courts
A less context or subject each publication fees, fees guardi
negotiable receipt be negotiated- the of
may whereupon
nf
Sec. 26. Creditors' Remedies to Reach Negotiable can.ldat. R"cletar 22. This Act shall take
ehect immediately ans
wise requires Includes counterclaim ad Mem
the Board shall appointed to defend
(a) By the owner thereof, or "Acton" notify each candidate of the infant or
Receipts.-Acreditor whose debtor is (b) By any person to whom the possession set-ot. In equity: "Deliv result of his examination.Pec. upon its passage' and approval by the unknown defendants and compensation to the
the owner of a neeotiable receipt shall be ery" transfer of possession 10. Governor. Comptrollers
rpon receipt of an additional
or custody of the receipt has been fee attorney or a : to be
entitled to such aid from courts of appropriate from one person to another; "fungible goods" of Slit the Board shall issue ta any applicant. Approved May 28, 1917. fixed bv the court. orneys
by the owner, if by the terms of the receipt +
jurisdiction, bv injunction and other means goods of which any unit la. from Its who has been certified as having passed the Sec. 14 To this iS
the warehouseman undertakes to deliver the carry Act into effect the
in nature or by mercantile custom. treated as examination CHAPTER
wisp. in attaching such receipt or satisfying conducted bv the certificate 740&-\o. 147). Comptroller
goods to the order of the person to whom the equivalent of any other unit "goods"means of refHstratlon noar. I is authorized to employ one or
: law the claim in equity by means, in regard thereof to I is a10we at u the possession or custody of the receipt hasbeen chattels or merchandise In storage dent and Secretary nf the eUmed Board.b. thl under Prest th- AX ACT to Amend Section 2 of Chapter more attorney at law, but such attorney or
69W
or : entrusted or it at the such or which has been or Is about to'be. stored: seal of the Board, whereupon each applicant of the Laws of Florida, Approved June attorneys shall receive no compensation ox-
can not readily be attached or levied upon entrusting the receipt is in tme form that "hold lr of a receipt means a person who shall be authorized to professional 4th, 1915. Entitled "5An Act Providing for cept such M the courts allow as a part of

S by ordina legal prcess may be negotiated by has actual possession of such receipt engineering A defined prcts. Act. The tre Distribution of the Funds Received tne costs and expenses of bringing and prose-
Se 27. \\at Claims Are Included in theWlrhousrman's 41. Rights of Pesn delivr.See a Re- and a right of property therein;"ordel' Board shall from time to tlm. examine therequirements From the Forest Reserves in This State, eWing the .aits provided for by this Act
Lien.-Subject to the provisions means an order by Indorsement on the for in Accordance With An Sec. 1.x All
ceipt Has Been Negotiated. person to re the registration of professional Act of Congress, laws and parts of laws in conBirt -
of Section SO. a warehouseman shalhan eelpt: "owner" does not include mortgage engineers In other Approved with this
whom a negotiable receipt has been duly ne5 States territoriesand May 23d, 1908, Appropriating Act are hereby repealed.
a lien on goods deposited or on gotiated thereby- or pledgee; Includes a corporation countries end shall rp.or. those In Twenty-five Per Cent of the Receipts From See 18. Thi Act shall take effect and be
in his hands all lawful acquire or partnership or two or persons bayIng which. In the
theef fo mor judgment of standards the National Forest Reserves come
( in This operative October
prel a) to the goods the peram State 1, 1918.
I a Joint or common ; to
and of not lower
preservation 'urhae' than those
storage tb the him bad provided by this for the Benefit of the Schools and Approved Tune 4 1317.J
had .
claim for negotiating receipt to or Include. to take as mortgagee or pledgee; Act are The Roads ,
goods also for all lawful a of the
: to to in faith Include. maintaine. I.tar in the Counties in Which Said Reserves
ability convey a purchaser good "purchaser" and pledgee: Board Are
interest insurance transportation, morale by anypeTeon "
.:. adYne for value and also such title to the goods "receipt" means a receipt: "val- of satisfactory evidence hi" such Situated. <
and TLUTin\s
cooperge other charges also 1 the depositor or person to whose order the ue" la any consideration sufficient to ePP1r person holds a certificate of Issued Be It Enacted by the Legislature of the State J ; AND MEMORIALS.
and expenses in rlation such goods; goods were to be delivered by the terms of a simple contract An antecedent to such person by rpll.tltlol authority In of Florida: 4n0TV5 JOINT RESOLUTION NO. &
for
for all charges and expes the had or had ability to to existing obligation whether for money or any such State territory or recorded Section L That Section 2 of Chapter 696J RESOLUTION Proposing aa
receipt convey
!: notice and advertisements of sale for a purchaser faith for-value, and not constitutes value where a receipt Is and upon receipt by countr of fee of the Laws of Florida, Approved June 4th Amendment to Section ? of Article XII ol
,
; Ile god, where default has be made in (b) The direct good obligation of the warehouse either In satisfaction thereof or a of |%5. shall Issue to such person I IPrlfrRt.I 1915, be and the same is hereby amended so the Constitution of the State of Honda Relating -
the lien. security therefor: "warehouseman" means a of to
satisfying registration
Education
tinder this
waehouseman'l Act as to> read follows
Sec. Z Against 'hat Pper provisionsof the Lien man according to hold to the possession terms of of the the g fo as fully him person storing lawfully goods for engaged profit In the business of the President Board and RIlretaf under ,the .t..al of Sec. 2. That as the Comptroller: of the State Be Tt of Resolved Florida bT the Legislature of the State
.hereunon
May to whom
person of :
Enfore.-Subje if the warehouseman had contracted directly thing Is done "In good faith" Florida is hereby directed to ascertain
such
lien I tA certificate is Issued shall be entitled to That the
may following I
from the amendment Section
b records of
the
enforced with him. meaning of this Aet when It I. all the rights and privileges conferred bv a pi General Land Office of Article XII
S 4! Rilht of Person to Whom a Re- In fact done honesty. It be done certificate issued after examination by the or other Departmnt in Washington the State of the Constitution of the
(a) Against all gds, whenever deite c Has Bee Transferred towhom negligently or not Boa number of acres of land situated in the severaj cf Florida relating to Education is hereby -
S belonging to the who is a a receipt been p not Sec. 58. Act Not Apply to Existing rd The Board at any time on Bounties in whica the Choctawhatchee agreed to and shall be submitted to the

dt for the claims in regard t which c acquires thereby, as against the Ree.ipts.-The provisions of this Act do not or before the list .bal December. 1917. and Ocala Forest Reserves are located and the electors of the State for adoption or rejection
: l asserted, and negotiated the title of the goods subject to apply to receipts made and delivered prior Issue a certificate of registration signed by number of acres of land of such Forest Re at the next general election of Representsat'ves.
l ) Against all goods belonging to others the terms of an agreement with the transftrer. to the taking effect of this Act. the president and ...rtar of the Board nn- serve embraced in each of the Counties in- to be held in the year A. D. Mil:
r which have been deposited at any time by thec' Sec.All laws 50. Inconsistent laws Legislation Repeal.d de.' the seal ef the noald. upon due application each of said Reserves and also the amount Of that is to say that Section 8 of Article XII
of
who liable debtor the claims or par. Incnsistent therefor and the payment of a fee of of the Constitution of the State Florida be
person f u f the receipt is non-negotiable such person this Act are hereby repealed.See. money received by the United States Govern of
I IU. to
b regard which the lien asserted U the anv profe810lal engineer who shall ment from each of said Reserves amended so as to read as Mlows:
It I acuie right to notify the ware- U. Time When the Takes Effect respectively
Alt submit verified oath and Section
.; such person had been 1 etste with te the transfer to him of such This Art .ha1 take effect upon Its becoming nt.nee. that by be Is of satis good and the Comptroller shall apportion the money to 8. Each County shall be required
r rcssewlon of the goods pledge of c receipt and thereby to acquire the dire a law.Sec. Iharctel factor and Bond a resident of the on hand to the credit of the National Forest assess and collect annually for the support

L tame b him at the time of dPit t obligation of the warehouseman to hold pos- U. Name of Act -This Act may b* of Florida for at least one year Immediately Fund a* of January kt 1817, to each County of the public free echools therein, a tax of
4 5 ,_ one took the goods in good fth f lo of the goods for him according tote cited I the Uniform Warehouse Receipts preceding the date of his app'lcatlon. in each Reserve, respectively, and separately not less than I mills, not more than 10 mfli

value would have been mid terms of the rpt Act.Approved and ba practised professional .nln.1 as provided for in Section 1 of this Act anti on the dollar on all taxable property In thi
May 15. same.
Ul. for least ten ear preceding shall issue a warrant on the State treasurer
Approved May 25. 1917.

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SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION NO. 4. HOUSE MEMORIAL NO. 4.

A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposed Amend. TO MEMORIALIZE the Congress of the
Ivm. meet to the Constitution of Florida. United States to Impose Graduated Income
F. Miller & Company Be It Resolved by the Legislature of the Stateof Taxes; to Regulate Profits on War Sup-
Florida: plies and Services
That Article XIX of the Constitution of the Including Transportation
and to Enact Legislation Regulating Use Favorite FertilizersCash i Us?
. -., :- State of Florida, be and the same is hereby Profits on Necessities of Life.
- T1' amended so as to read as follows: Whereas, Many hundreds of thousands of
. Main Office and Works Branches Article XIX, Section L the manufacture, American citizens are to be conscripted to
sale barter or exchange of all alcoholic or
t FLORIDA TAMPA and MIAMI fight the war of our country. t *
T
.JACKSONVILLE, intoxicating liquors and beverages whether v
f spirituous, vinous or malt, are hereby for- Whereas, The labor of our country is cal- gFI
, led to exert its in on the high prices now being paid for of
w ever prohibited in the State of Florida, except upon highest and most efficient crops
Contractors Manufacturers and Dealers alcohol for medical, scientific or mechanical efforts to feed and maintain our soldiers and all kinds. Use Favorite Fertilizers and make .
: purposes, and wine for sacramental people as well as our allies. every acre
purposes; the sale of which alcohol and wine Whereas our soldiers and laborers must produce big yields.
for the purposes aforesaid, stall be regulated have a proper supply of wholesome food and

- :: MARBLE, STONE, TILE AND MOSAIC WORK by Sea law.2. The Legislature shall enact suitable most other efficient necessities service.to perform the highest and That's what hundreds of growers are doing. They know I

laws for the enforcement of the provisions Whereas Any excess profits by persons every dollar invested in Favorite Fertilizers will pay back 1
of this article. firms or corporation It unpatriotic and will\
: High Class Marble and Tile Work for Banks, Restaurants, Residences, Sec. 3. This article shall go into effect on operate to the great disadvantage of the many dollars.
Automobile Show Rooms the first day of January, A. D. 1319. Interests of the people of these United States. .
:. Approved April 18, 1917. Whereas Justice in taxation does not mean Favorite Fertilizers for fall use should be bought early, t,
equality in the of in,
amount money paid
I Ir
SENATE MEMORIAL NO. 1 but means equality in the effect of the tax otherwise shortage of freight cars or other conditions may
}LARGE STOCKS QUICK SERVICEJ5he SENATE MEMORIAL Requesting Congressto upon the people who pay it and equality r -
i Use Their Efforts to Have the Port of upon the protection and promotion of the mean disappointment. s
-. St. Andrews Properly Fortified Against the interests! taxed.
Enemies of the United States. Whereas, Large incomes spent frivolously Prices are now as low or lower than they will be in the Pr t

Whereas The Port of St. Andrews and let an example that is detrimental to the
future. Buy now-store a supply for later. Send for
vicinity have a population of over 10,000 and best interests of the country in tae present use t
located there are great milling plants, one of crisis and has a tendency to withdraw labor price listtoday.If .
which is known as the German-American from necessary fields Therefore

DUVAL HOTEL Lumber Company, and practically owned by Be It Resolved by the Legislature of the Stateof
German capital; and Florida:
Whereas, The said port has a depth of 23 F td
rt- feet over the entrance bar sufficient to permit In bi-ennial session arsembled, that we you own a citrus grove send for copy of the 1. x e. {
memorialize .
Congress +
-fM; > > JACKSONVILLE .:IJ. Whereas large ,hostile The greater men-of-war portion to enter of tile; and population To conscript dollars :as well as men, throughthe new Schnarr Spray booklet which illustrates and k 1aS

i_ are within 5 miles of deep water out. imposition of large graduated income describes all
-t.;: side the Gulf of Mexico and in easy gun taxes that will totally absorb all incomes over common pests and diseases, tells howto

range of even the smaller war vessels; there- $100,000 per annum until an war debts and control them, has spray schedule, etc.
Nice, Clean, Comfortable Rooms, Hot and Cold fore, be it bonds are paid.
Resolved by the Legislature of the State To enact laws that will compel the furnish.
Running Water, Steam Heat, Telephones of Florida. That our Representatives in Con. ing of war supple:. or war service, including
gress be and are hereby respectfully requestedand transportation, at a reasonable profit, same
urged to exercise every honorable meansat to be fixed by Congress Independent Fertilizer CO.
once to have Congress request the proper That Congress
enact legislation
100 Rooms-SO With Bath 117 S Jones IVIrfn authorities to take immediate steps for the excessive profits on the necessities preventing of life,
RiteWithout Bftth.SI.OO TT protection of the said Port of St. Andrews enabling them to reach the consumer from JACKSONVILLE FLA.Or .
With Bath SI.50 by proper fortifications upon the lands that the producer at a reasonable profit during ,
are reserved by the United States Govern the war. .
ment at the entrance to the said harbor; be it
J. Schnarr & Co. Orlando Fla.
further That our representative in Congress be ,

Resolved That the Secretary of State be requested respectfully requested to use all honorable
--- means to bring about these results.
; '
to mail each of our Senators and
. -- Representatives in Congress, under his seal, And that the Secretary of State shall fur
nish each of our representatives a of
;. C. MOWS Belt Phone 3761. Auto. M-2029 S. W ALLEN a Approved copy of these April 19 resolutions., 1917. this Memorial. copy

Wt Make a Specialty of Rebuilding Old Tlrts Approved May 28, 1917. e ;


New $mtth Julrnni tetffl! Stark TO MEMORIALIZE HOUSE MEMORIAL the Congress NO. L of the HOUSE MEMORIAL NO. 5. I

United States to Pass and Submit an A MEMORIAL to the Congress of the Unit- .
IMICCST AND BEST EQUIPPED VULCANIZING PLANT IN THE SOUTH Amendment of the Constitution of the ed States of America Asking That It Adopt Florida Ostrich Farm and
United States to the Several States Proposing the Old Spanish Trail Highway-the Ocean-
MICHEUN. GOODYEAR S3) W. Adams St
Agents for Nation-Wide Prohibition of the Manufacture
to-Ocean Gulf
Coast Highway, from Miami
Midi DAYTON AIRLESS TIRES.JACKSONVILLE.. FLORIDA Sale Barter or Exchange of An and Tampa, F1or.ua, to Los Angeles Calf
Alcoholic or Intoxicating Liquors or Bever. fornia, as a National Military Highway, to the Florida Alligator FarmLocated .i
ages. Re-Grade, Widen the Same and Erect and
Be It Resolved by the Legislature of the Stateof Maintain the Bridges Thereon Where Said C

Florida: Highway Crosses Navigable Streams: to ;
That the Congress of the United States be Use Federal Convict Labor and Obtain
GLASS FOR ALL PURPOSES and is hereby requested to past and submit
the Use of State Convicts in the Construction in South Jacksonville
Constitution of the Across the Ferry"Boats
an amendment of the of Said Military Highway. From Those -
United States to the several States proposing States Only Though Which Said Highway Leave Foot of Main Street Few Minutes
French Mirror Plate Glass Co. nation-wide prohibition of the manufac Passes Every
Cure t sate, barter or exchange of all alcoholicor
intoxicating liquors or oeverages; be it Whereas, A state of war now exists between .
533.35.37.39 East Biy Street further this Government and a foreign nation;

S1. Fronts JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA Auto Shields Congress Resolved.be That and the it is Florida hereby delegation requested in to and Whereas, Along the Southern Gulf Coast Farm Open Daily From 7 a. m. to 6 p. m.Performances t'1J

I use all honorable means to bring about the States there are very few forts or other protection
.... passage of this amendment; be it further against invasion by I foreign army; r
Resolved, That the Secretary of State be and
Morning and Afternoon with the
: Whereas There is coast Ostrichesand
instructed to mail a copy of this resolution to more sea unprotected
each of the Florida Senators and Representatives in said section than in any other part of Trained Alligators
in Congress of the United States. our country; and
Whereas, There are few railroad facilitiesin
Approved April ZO, 1917.
t' said section suitable for the transportation
The E. O. Painter HOUSE MEMORIAL NO. !. of troops from one coast of the United Statesto
the other, and the local dirt roads are not ft
A MEMORIAL to the Congress of the United -
passible by heavy, motor-driven trucks sufficiently
States to be presented by and Throughthe


J Fertilizer Company tawhatchee Florida Congressional the Reservation at Reservation'Washington Delegation Known in, D.West From C AS, RequestingThat Florida the the Choc-Stateof be most section Whereas Important to large another We to assets believe carry; and in heavy it time to guns be of warfare one from of and one the E. G. GOLDER PLUMBER Jactso s villo oFla.


one of the most lasting in time of peace, to ,
Land Therein bt
Withdrawn and that the
JACKSONVILLE FLA. have said military highway-a. a preparedness
i Restored to Homestead Entry and that all measure-for internal
protection of our homes
Citizen be Allowed to Make Homestead against foreign invasion
Entry Thereon in Compliance With the Lawsof Be It Enacted ;
-- by the Legislature of the Stateof
the United States.
Florida
I Whereas, The Choctawhatchee Reservation, That the Congress: of the United States be

E. 0. Painter Fertilizer Co., which for more than a which suitable is for composed cultivation of land for all that lends is especially of agricultural and hereby is memorialized to make such
THE appropriation and to pass such legislation as O Are You the Worth of O
of a century has served the soil tillers of Florida, purposes; and to empower the Government to take over thehighway Getting {#
Whereas, By reason! of the topographicalcondition
in of
and has co-operated with them production larger known as The Old Spanish Trail
and better crops, by supplying them with proper balanced, scientif- Forest Reserve of the land and it is not desirable asa Highway from Miami and Tampa Florida

ically proportioned plant food, respectfully invites a continuance of Whereas There; are a large number of take through charge the Gulf of able-bodied Coast States male to California State convicts ; to Your Money In Fire Insurance
the C-
the confidence and patronage of the past. homestead settler interspersed of throughout that in Florida. Alabama, Louisiana, Texas, 5*
Reserve who are deprived privileges New Arizona California, .
Mexico and and to
The foundation ol this great business and the keystone of its they would otherwise receive in and the beneficial way of place also to work on said road all ablebodiedmale .S %

success has been an intimate knowledge of the needs of the Florida education and and reason other of useful the isolation brought Federal convicts now in prison who were
training by
soil tiller, and a constant study and experimentation to supply about by the determination of the United sentenced from said states, and to put said
this land work in operation at once, and to push the In buying the necessities of life as well as its luxuries the wise
these needs at a minimum cost. That our efforts have been appreciated States authority to set apart a a seme to a speedy completion.
is demonstrated by the growth and development of our Reserve; andWhereas Resolved, further That the Florida Senators man selects the best his money can command. Some cannot afford the
The of the whole western
people and Representatives in Congress be and most expensive, but in exchanging cash for chattels the desire for the
business, and those who were our customers years ago, when we section of the State desire that the land
homestead entries therefore they are hereby requested to place this important best quality for an equal quantity is an instinctive trait of mankind.
made our goods just as good as we make them now, in the little should be opened to ; matter before their representative body

cabin in DeLand, are our customers stilL As they increased the use Resolved the of the Stateof for immediate action; and that a co"- of this Why should you not exercise the same careful scrutiny and judg-
of fertilizers our sales increased, and wishing to help their neigh- Be It Florida: by Legislature Resolution be sent to each: representative from ment in selecting the company to protect your home and your prop- .

bors and the new-comers, they passed the good word along, and we First, That our Senators and Representatives Florida.Approved May Jg, 1J17. erty from loss by fire?
in the Congress of the United State Since the year 1880 some 450 companies engaged in the businessof
and friends of
gained customers not by an salesmen constantly"on I -
army be and they are earnestly requested to present SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTIONNo. fire and marine insurance in the United States have either reinsured -
the job" but on the merits of our goods, the reputation of this Memoiral to the Congress of the
retired failed.
which has spread, and the sale of which increased and multiplied United States and to use every effort to or r-t
Whereas, A state of war now exists between
Choctawhat The Down-and-Out Club thus shows annual gain in
withdraw the an
induce to average
from year to year as the crops they produced spoke for them. Congress the land therein the United State and the German
Ghee Reservation and cause or Prussian government as represented by membership of more than fifteen from fire insurance corporations

> We have been fortunate in having good friends, who, knowing that has not homestead already been entry homesteaded under the laws made of Emperor William, and. alone.
subject to
I'1 and appreciating our efforts to give them what they needed-to I the United States now in force relating to and Whereas. The preseut high1 price of food Should we review the decade previous to 1880, a still more startling

; give them fertilizers that had been proven and found worthy, stood I governing the entry of land for homestead forcibly the conservation admonishes everyone and care to in be the carefulin use exhibit could be shown, but the records are incomplete.It x

'i by us, and told the good news to their neighbors and the rew- I purposes.Resolved. further That the Secretary .of thereof and also affords and invites the active is not to be assumed that the rates paid the companies com- cap

3 comers. This has made it possible for us to build up our present State be and he is hereby directed. to furnishto co-operation of the farmers, planters, prising this appalling list were less than charged by the survivors,

;;; great business without a host of salesmen, and to put the capitalI the Senators and members of Congress of as and well fruit as growers all other of the State having of Florida.soil or while rates charged today by all companies are practically uniform.

which other manufacturers invest in such salaries, in our higher I the Resolution United under States the certified irreat seal copies of the of State.this property upon which persons to grow any productthat Why not, then, select policies in those companies of large resources -

", percentages. Our goods have been our salesmen. The crops they Approved May 15, 1917. would be to the advantage of the State with business already developed, carefully selected and prop-
; produced have been our advertisements. Our theory in business has I and would aid and a..ist in reducing the priceof erly supervised, companies that have been tested by time and tried

been to seek expansion on the basis of our record of success, and vanced products: by conditions that will be growing so materially out of the an- by such staggering blows as they received at Chicago, Boston, Balti- f
.
to extend to the customers thus obtained the broadest, most scien- war to plant, cultivate, care for, raise and more, Jacksonville or San Francisco.Is .

tific and expert knowledge of crop needs and soil conditions in use every means possible to increase the the agent attending to your insurance delivering policies

Florida. It appears reasonable that the experience we have had, IT PAYS to ADVERTISEMR. food Florida as well and as other therefore.products of the Stateof issued by an old, strong and established company that has been tried

added to our years of scientific research and practical experimen- Be it Resolved by the Senate of the Stateof by the vicissitudes of the business and able to show the highest qual-

tation, places us in a position to furnish not only properly balanced Florida the House of Representatives ity of resources and financial strength? t

mixtures of plant food, but counsel and assistance to growers who MERCHANT! 1.Concurring In conformity: with the expressed desire Do the policies you hold fully furnish what your money -paid for,

are confronted with problems beyond the reach of everyday ex- of the Commissioner of Agriculture of namely, the best protection money will buy?

perience. We have made the problems of our soil-tillers our study the United States of America the Legislature Don't forget that the very best insurance can be had for the same
MR. MANUFACTURER! of the State of Florida desires and does
and entire is beck and need money as an inferior article.
our organization at the call of those who call the attention of every official individual,
in the Hare Office.
There small companies
our help. or person in any way connected with agriculture are no young or
What have that you would or the agricultural nroducts of the Agents in every town in Florida.
We are especially interested in the new comer to Floridainthe you State of Florida or any other products of F

man who when settling here meets new and unusual conditions the soil or otherwise to the necessity of increasing .
the
before CO.
like to have brought H. C. HARE &
, the methods
; enlarging and improving
and soil requirements. Our function is to help and advise him, and and acreage and number of any and every
we especially invite correspondence from those who can be benefited public eye? I will give you the kind of product in order that the State may GENERAL AGENTSJACKSONVILLE

by advice as to their needs. This service is rendered gladly and not be placed in the position where it cannot
without cost benefit of years of experience in produce enough food to sunnly the eit- FLORIDA
bens of the State when the Western and ,

We have branches at all important points in Florida but address the advertising, and publicity business Eastern supplies are entirely cut off m they
will be bv conditions now being brought
*
enquiries to the main office at ]ackson\' lle. about by the necessity of supporting an army
to
by offering suggestions as and navy to contend with the foreign foe.
2. It is earnestly urged upon all members
appropriate advertising for differ- of all tannin or horticultural or other
club" having an interest in producing food + x
ent seasons, sales or commodities.I supplies to conserve, preserve, and care for,
; The E. 0. Painter Fertilizer Co. the products of the soil to use the utmost Co.
a complete line of Advertising efforts in every nay to stimulate and increase Farquhar Machinery
carry
production and to conserve. care for, and

JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Souvenirs, Novelties and nnw preserve on hand.all stores and supplies of any kind

3. Resolved further That the intent and
Premiums. P'irpose of this Resolution is cordially and JACKSONVILLEENGINES
SEND FOR A FREE COPY OF OUR 1917 FLORIDA ALMANAC sincerely commended and recommended to

J Samples to Rated Concerns on every citizen of the State af Florida and ,i
each and every citizen is urged to use every pfd
Editions and effort in his power to increase the productionand
Request. Special to in every way assist and encourage all
others engaged in like transactions or in the
: OLDEST EXCLUSIVE HARNESS BUSINESS IN THE STATE Souvenir Books arranged for Newspapers effort to care for the penple of the State of BOILERS J
Florida bv increasing the products of the

DUVAL HARNESS COMPANY Fairs and Conventions.: soil, nr otherwise. SAW MILLS
.. Resolved further That every newspaper for Wood Products o
J. H. EK Proprietor in the State of Florida be requested and PLANERS
earnestly urged to publish this resolution
VV. SHANNON
: HARNESS SADDLES AND HORSE GOODS GENERALLY R. and every, citizen is called upnn out of patriotism SHINGLE MILLS
to see that his neighbor is furnished J
117 W. FORSYTH STREET JACKSONVILLE, FLA. P. O. Box 913 Jacksonville, Fla. wi'h a copy thereof. LATH MILLS
I Approved April 21, 1917.

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION
No !a
SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION ( GASOLINE ENGINES
Requesting the War Department to lnard '
the Bridges and Terminals of the C. H. & ) KEROSENE ENGINES ;


Ii Clark Monument & Stone Co. Florida"N."..rea"Railroad., is. The the! most Harbor southern of nor Bern firinde.water for All purnoses/ OIL ENGINES y4 3..

and barber! except Key West in the United States! / PUMPS

\\' ereas The facilities for load'ng! and discharging
large cargoes at "aid harbor may
i Marble Granite Limestone and become of great value to the United States
government during the present war with SAWS BELTING PIPE FITTINGS
.
Germany: and
LET US FIGURE Tile Work \\ creas. The railroad terminals. including
office and Shop AND ALL MILL SUPPLIESYou
River and
s the bridges: across the Myakka
ON YOUR Pearl St. Near 12th Casparila Pass are esposed to destruction .3'a
by hostile enemies; therefore, be it
BUILDING JACKSONVILLE, Resolved the House concurring. That the

WORK FLORIDA War Department Washington be urged: to
take immediate step to properly safeguard Get Service When You Buy From Farquhar
the railroad terminals and bridges above men
tioned.
Approved April 21, 1917. y

Monuments and Mausoleums a Specialty SENATE CONCURRENT. 6.1tTerea RESOLUTIONNO. SEND FOR CATALOG

,. The drainage of the nearly five
million acres of overflowed lands in the Everglades .
which constitutes the largest reclama-


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tion project j in the orld, is of the widest interest walks.! The snakes are big rattlers, six to < .
and greatest importance of any matter ten feet lone and men, women anu children
r ( upon which this Legislature will be calledto have to wear leggins or boots." And
act; and Whereas, The author of this libel on Floridacan Hotel AlbertJACKSONVILLE
3f, Whereas, The honor and credit of the Stateof point to the government map to verify Mann
WE BEG TO CALL YOUR ATTENTION TO OUR Florida are ,involved in the carrying to a his claim tha'. iis swamp and water and = HodI
successful! conclusion of the drainage under. accordingly the abode of reptiles and poisonous -
taking begun ten years ago and in the fulfillment injects; ; and
: c OFFICES IN THE of the promises and assurances made \\hereas, A recent book entiled "What
by the State officials for many years past About Florida?" in a chapter devoted to FLA.
with reference to drainage; and "The Everglades declares among other Seed
a i// : Whereas, There is lack of accurate information things that "Hecause the Seminoles live on COil
FLORIDA LIFE BUILDING, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA of members is be takenas
,, on the part of the Legislature the edge of the Everglades not to ADAMS STREET NEAR MAIN
t. concerning the history and present statusof the best evidence that other people can
? the Everglades lands and drainage operations thrive there. Even with drainage, the territory
,e. NO. 46 ADLER BLOCK, DAYTONA, FLORIDA and many differences of opinion concerning is low, the saw grass is high, the mos-
the action that should be taken; and quitoes physically gigantic in see, the air The Hotel for Florida PeopleA .
Fl Whereas It is a matter of the highest im- laden with noxious vapors at times, the atmosphere
lortance that the members of the Legislature heavy and inert, and there is every. Specialists In See
\.. THE FIDELITY BANK BUILDING, MIAMI, FLORIDA should be In possession of the fullest possible thing enervating calculated to depress and not
Good Room One Dollar.
Information In connection with this subject have that exhilarating influence that one feelsin for Florida vfPalatka.
to the end that they may vote Intelligentlyon a higher altitude, or ill a northern climate. With Bath Dollar and a Half.
THE WOOD BLOCK, ST. PETERSBURG, FLORIDA any Everglades drainage bills that have Health and living conditions are of paramount
3 i k, been or may be introduced; therefore be it importance. It is impossibe to conceive
Resolved That the Senate Committee on that this will ever be satisfactory in this Fl|
Publi. Lands and tbe House Committee on part of Florida." And .
THE CITIZENS' BANK BUILDING, TAMPA, FLORIDA Canals and Drainage be directed to hold a Whereas, The author of this book can pointto :
joint meeting and public hearing in the Assembly the government land map to verify his STATE COLLEGE FOR WOMENTALLAHASSEE "
K Chamber, beginning on inesdar even claim that it is water and swampregardlessof
by : AND EXTEND TO YOU COURTESIES OF THE SAME ing, April 17, and continuing so long as in the fact that there are wide areas of dry
the judgment of the joint committee may be prairies and woodlands, over which automobiles -
advisable, and that all persons and organizations can travel in any direction without dif College of the Highest Rank Poultry
having a: interest in the proposed ficulty; andSlhereas Liberal Arts, Education. Music, Expression, Remedies
'3c legislation or in drainage matters in the Everglades It is not necessary to go north to Physical Education, Art Home Economics and Supplies I
including the Governor and oUter memo find Florida discredited, as not long ago a :;
bers of the Board of Trustees of the Internal Georgia paper said there was "nothing in Write for Catalogue and Book of Views
L- Clement D. Cates & Co. Improvement Fund, be requested to appearat. Florida except oranges and rick Yankees:" EDW. CONRADI. Pres.
such hearings and to present such facts and ,
-,. and data on any and all phases of the sub Whereas, Florida gets it coming and going, Stock Tonics, Insect;
ject as may be calculated to add to the information through the deceptive methods of certain .
of the members of the Legislatureand land companies followed by victim" indulgingin Clerk, Engrossing; Clerk and ? nt-at- cider, Pine Oil
to aid in bringing about a practicableand wholesale condemnation and misrepresentation Arms of the House of Representatives erg also I
t. satisfactory solution of the drainage problem and now the Federal Government's map to each Judge of Circuit Courts and States
; PRIVATE WIRES and that for this purpose the joint com spreads a swamp over, the south part of the Attorney.
mittee aforesaid be empowered to summon State, which can be pointed to as evidence Approved June 1, 1917. Deering Implement
j and procure the attendance of witnesses and that that part of Florida is not habitable; and J
M MEMBERS CORRESPONDENTS to compel the production of such books, re- Whereas, The State has no publication to SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION and Supplies l
cords and other papers, whether public orpri'ate enumerate her resources, and no specimensof
N02S. "
NEW YORK COTTON EXCHANGE E. F. HUTTON & CO., N. Y.
t'k ; in their illustrate and her 5
.
as discretion may be necessary resources to support Be It Resolved by the Senate and House cf
f CHICAGO BOARD OF TRADE THOMPSON & McKINNON. CHICAGO or desirable to the purpose of the hearing claims to greatness, but depends upon private Representatives Concurring: '
-. Resolved further, that a copy of this Resolution enterprises, which in some cases has worked That the Clerk of the Supreme Court be -1-
be forwarded to the raid Trustees by incalculable injury; and and: he is hereby authorized and directed "'- '
I LOCAL AND LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE CONNECTION the Secretary of the Senate. Whereas Some: of the fraternal societies deliver or transmit two bound copies of the to
qvs have not entered the State because of a belief Decisions of the Supreme Court as publishedto Send For Free Gatahj
Lt- I SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION in her nnhealthfulness; and the Governor so that one set of the Supreme
NO. 13. Whereas, Dr. Wilson, founder of the Royal Court reports shall be for the use of the
He It Resolved by the Senate, the House Arcanum, one ol the great fraternal societiesof Governor's office and one set for the Gov !rr--:"
Concurring: the north, is now a resident of Florida, ernor's Mansion. All Supreme Court
That our Senators and Representatives at and recently said that "the idea is widespread furnished shall be and remain the reportsso *. !
----
property -
Washington be requested and instructed to that Florida is unhealthy, but by com of the State of Florida. -
use all honorable means to have tfew" Smyrna ing here I find that Florida is one of the Approved June 2, 1917.
Volusia County. Florida, made a Port of healthiest States in the Union. I came herein
Entry; my TSth: year to live out tne balance 01 SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION
scif
NAN KNOWTHYSELF : That the Secretary of State is hereby instructed my life, and you can take it from me, thatI iO. %.. Hotel
if to furnish each of our Senators and now wouldn't care to live anywhere else, the Senate, That the Secretary
Representatives at Washington with a copy and it will ie my pleasure to urge others to be authorize to mail copies of the last day's
of this Concurrent Resolution. come. I stayed away only because I heard Journal to each member of the Senate Seminole
and
.. ARE YOU A SOUND MAN ? too many conflicting ctories about the State." House of Representatives; and that the Comp iii ,
SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTIONNO. Therefore be it Florida troller be authorized to pay the bill for such (SIEU IRE raaa.al
16.Wherras Resolved. That the Legislature of postage as is to
necessary out this
carry
The official map of 1318<<, issued authorize the preparation, printing and circulation Resolution, when properly approved the toss++t Jackson art
EVERY AFFLICTED MAN suffering from by the United States Land Office at Washing of a handbook to accurately and fully Secretary of the Senate and the Chief by Clerkof ,agt>f F1Iuarautipl e,
ton, does Florida injustice by representingthe describe the advantages of the State, and also the House ; h1J
C u, MAN DISZASI should writ TODAY for HIS copy of this nlt+abkrCjotk of Representatives.
o n pair,UlmtreMd book,tvesdng on General,Nervous Chronic and SPKMl south end of the State to be water and collect specimens of the natural and economic Approved June 5, 1817. .1 i Rates I ,
DUaun Men. It cell la plats tronf.,dmpk word. swamp under the general title of ''The Ever products of the State, for display at fairs and tf $I.SOadsy
!low any man mI,lit treated at horn No miner how long glades," with Lake Okerthobee as a part of expositions to convince visitors that there is HOUSE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION
.;,, Q you hose niflcrcd how old or stubborn your a.., ha.eM it; showing but a narrow strip of Dade, Bra more in our State than swamps, insects and No. 4. Section 1. Be it Resolved by the : Rates Ri1111ifLOO
:' T .. yen haft failed to find relief or how dlacounftcd or do*.. ward and Palm Beach Counties as being dry reptile?, and further be it House of Representatives, the Senate Con W+
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;; VOLUME 39. STARKE, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1917 NUMBER 10.




j FIRST MOVEMENT OF SELECTED I CLAIMS ALLOW- RIGA, GREAT RUSSIAN PORT, HAS HIGH SCHOOL i i



. MEN TO CAMPS NOW UNDER WAY EDBYLOCALSELECTION SURRENDERED TO GERMANS I OPENING WAS A :


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;!F" Schell Carver-and Owen An- BROOKER. BOARD PRICE FIXING ON MEAT AND Seeing Disa ection of His Men I GREAT SUCCESS .

DAIRY PRODUCTS NOT IN SIGHT
: ders Are First to Be Sent Seeing Disaffection of His Men

; From Bradford. Miss, spent Virgie the past Rogers week, of visiting Worthington Mr- WILKERSON OF BROOKLYN Hoover Says Step Would Be Inadvisable ed Evacuation of City. SUPT. POPPELL-GAVE TALK
Present Time.
at
} and Mrs. A. B. Shaw. FAILS TO FILE AFFIDAVITSALL
J MARRIED MEN BE EXEMPT The annual meeting of the Primitive RETREATING RUSSIANS ON OUR BOYS IN THE ARMY

.J Baptists was held at New Hope on WASHINGTON, Sept. 6.-Price'fix- -
SAYS DISTRICT BOARD Sunday. It is reported the largest BUT ONE OF LAST WEEK'S ing for meat and dairy products has LAYING COUNTRY WASTE FORTY FORMER STUDENTS

crowd there that have been for years. CLAIMANTS GET FAVOR- no place in the government's food control OF
; Several of the folks attended plans Herbert Hoover the food BRADFORD COUNTY HIGH {
; WHERE PROPER AFFIDAVITSARE young ABLE ACTION. CAPTURE OF CITY GIVES GER. ;
.. the wedding of Miss Armontine administrator told the national live SCHOOL IN SERVICE.
FILED BOARD WILL EXEMPT Dubose and Mr. Jesse Williams; of stock conference. Not only would itbe MANS IMPORTANT NAVAL .
.
MEN WITH DEPENDENTSSAYS Worthington, Sunday. At the examinations held last week inadvisable to institute price fixing NEAR GULF OF FINLAND,. AT .

CHAIRMAN HARRIS-A Rev. Rawls, of Lake Butler, is con- by the Local Selection Board twenty- in these industries, he declared, HEAD OF WHICH PETROGRADIS Monday morning presented a beauti .
ducting a series of meetings at the but the food administration has been
five men filed claims for exemption.With ful and happy scene as the studentsof
PROBABLE. LOCATED.
NEW CALL Missionary Baptist church this week. given no authority for such.
one exception, the claims have all ages and many patrons gatheredat
Rev. Rawls is an able speaker and all been allowed. Rod Wilkerson, of As long as there is a heavy demandfor the commodious brick High School

Throughout the nation the first the church was fortunate in securinghis Brooklyn, filed his. claim for exemption meat with a decreased production, building, over which floated a large
Mr. Hoover Riga, Russia's big port on the gulfof
services. said, meat prices will con- United
States
movement of selected men for the Na- but has not yet filed affidavitsin flag.
tional Army is now taking place. The infant of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. support of the claim. The time for tinue to soar. The hope of the food Riga, is now in the hands of the The morning's exercises were open

" 'Bradford county's quota of this first Lewis was buried at Dedan cemeterylast filing these affidavits will expire to- administration is that it can stabilize Germans and the garrisoq and civil- ed by singing, "Happy Greetings to

movement was six men, and the movement Tuesday. At this writing Mrs. night and if the papers have not been quotations and thus eliminate specula- ian population are retreating West All," after which Rev. W. G. Law led
Lewis is very ill. The community received at that time Wilkerson will in devotional
of these men to the training tion."The ward. worship. Mr. B. D. Law
sympathizes with them in their bereavement best we may expect now is a
be certified for service. stirring solo which
sang a was followed
S. C. Wed- -
Columbia began
camp at Following the advantage gainedby
and hope for Mrs. Lewisa slow development towards the ends we up
Those who filed claims and have by Prof. S. S.
5th when I I Dowling introducing -
September *
morning
nesday driving the Russians the
across
seek Mr. Hoover said "Drastic
speedy ,
I recovery. been exempted are follows: con- the following speakers who made *?
of Lake Butler and as ,
Schell D. Carver, Dvine river on Saturday, the Germans
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Ward and daughters trol of packing plants with govern- short and
Anders of Starke left 1191 Lacy Prevatt Brooker. appropriate addresses, Rev.
threw
Owen James bridges across the stream .and
o'clock train to enter I Thelma and Onaritta, came up 848-B. J. Starling, Starke. ment operation as an alternative will W. G. Law, Rev. T. L. Z. Barr, Rev.L. .
on the 5 upon were soon on the heels of its former
from Lukens Saturday and are spend- not work. We can administer food
their duties as soldiers in the army of 504-Lonnie Morgan, Brooker. I I defenders, some of whom resisted, W. Kickliter and Col. C. L. Peek.
ing a few days here. i control only through the cooperationof Col. J. C.
the United States. Mr. R. T. Osteen and C. M. Andreu 1091-Lesley Lloyd Parrish, Dukes. all interests concerned. while others showed the white feather Poppell spoke eloquently
in honor
of the
former
: Thursday morning Roan Benjamin 470-Alfred Thomas, Brooker. giving the invaders no trouble in Bradford Coun-
attended services at Woodlawn Park "The meat situation is such, that a
t Criffis, of Starke, left for the camp, last Sunday.Dr. 312-Virgil Powell, Lulu. high price to producers is guaranteedfor marching up the eastern bank of the ty High School pupils who are now in

end Everet Clemons, of Brooker, left W. H. Clemons, of Jacksonville, 90-Julius S. Eunice, Lawtey. many years. Dvina to Riga, 15 miles distant. army service, and in his address said:
191-Calvin Crawford "As we come to school again today
Lake Butler.
this morning. Seeing the disaffection of of
is visiting his parents here for a few "I war were to end suddenly or if some and
Tomorrow morning Othoe Asbury 1187-Bennie Williams, Graham. the submarines were to be the: troops and their inability to stem resume our educational work, our
will leave and days.Mrs. 753-Dozier Young Forsyth Saxton. overcome, minds can not help reverting to the
the
Mizell, of Worthington, P. M. Barefoot spent Friday great stores of wheat would be released tide, the Russian commander or- brave
morning Franklyn Pearce 168-Wm. Thomas Morris, Lake But dered the young men who were once stu-
on Sunday evacuation of the city.
and Saturday at LaCrosse. in Argentina, Australia and India dents in the Bradford
Jones, of Sampson City, will start for ler. Aside from controlling new naval County High
a
Miss Myrta Morgan, who has been and the bottom would have droppedout School and who
1023-Andrew are now serving
J. Hilliard Starke. our
camp. sick for the past several days, is slow- of the market in this country. The base nearer the Gulf of Finland, at nation in the
This will complete the movement ly improving.Miss 424-Bennie Lee Gay, Lulu. three nations will have on hand soon the: head of which Petrograd is locatedit We feel army that, navy these and aviation

from this county until September 19th, Inez Abernathy and Mary. 840-Stephen Diggs, Starke. enough wheat to feed the world, but seems impossible to see the importance are corps.deserving of the young men
1188-James Brown Graham.657Solomon' greatest praise
when 42 will be sent in body. I of the German gain, especiallywith
men a
Shaw spent last Friday in Alachua. ships cannot be had to transport it. and honorable mention, for while
District Board Certifies Men. Several of the Woodmen and fam- Heyden Strickland, "Beef and pork present different sit- the near approach of winter, remain safely at home the we
Thus far the District Board at Tampa Starke. when military operations will be im pursuing ,
'i! ilies attended the picnic near High uations. We export a small amountof
524-Sim Cooper, Brooker. even tenor of our way, they have gone j I
t has certified its action on sixty-one Springs Monday.Mr. beef relatively, but now we are ov possible. to protect our country and defend the
.. men certified to them by the local A. B. Surrency and daughter, 1139-Sebron 911-James McNeil Marion, Sapp.Dukes Dukes. er-exporting poor kind, and it may General Haig is pouring an inces- cause of humanity. As far as the committee l 3
board. The local board is in receiptof Miss Vera, Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Clem- become necessary to take measuresto sant fire against the German trenchesin has been able to ascertain,
336-James Leslie Crews Guilford.
advices from the district board that ons and children and Clyde Ward keep a proper relation between the Flanders. the former Bradford County High !
the following named men have been I spent Monday in Starke.Mr. 8-Andrew J. Lowery, Lawtey. price of corn and hogs. The Russians and Austro-Italian School pupils who have joined the
585-Clarence Hale Newsom
finally certified for service in the Theodore Clemons of Jackson- 1035 Ed. Raiford. Starke. i I "I doubt if legislation to guarantee theatres: continue the centers of interest United States forces are as follows: 1

army: ville, attended the big meeting at New 958-Simon- Reynolds E. Driskell, Raiford. producers a minimum price is wise and in the world war. In the for- Neal Langford, Willie Jones, Fred ..
12-Henry Brown, Graham. Hope Sunday and is spending a few I I in meat I believe it is impossible to mer the Germans are still pressingthe .
L 22-Isaiah Berry, Lawtey. days with"friends here. accomplish this." Russians in their retreat from the Lagergren, Frank Lane, William Thomas ,,

39-Malachi Zimmerman, New Riv- We are glad to 'see Mr. D. W. Ha- RESOLUTIONS ADOPTED ON THE I Riga region; in the latter the forceof Will Moitt, Willie Wainwright, d
'- I DEATH OF B. F. HAG AX. Clarence Ware Clifford Chancey, Wil-
ere zen again from short spell of General Cadorna continue to harass
: up a The greatest war story ever writ lie Hendry, George Powell, Knox
48-Louis Mitchell, Brooklyn. the Austrians but with the
fever.
,
ten begins in this issue of the Tele- enemy Thrower, Wilbur Willard Merrill Pow-
55-Jesse Holmes Sullivan, Worth- Mr. H. C. Surrency visited his Resolutions in memory of the late graph-read it.31ETHODIST. offering stout resistance on the major ell Clarence ,
Register Green
ington. Mrs. T. B. Parker of sectors-north and northeast of Gali- ; Lloyd ,
daughter, LaCrosse B. F. Hagan, police officer, who lost Abner Johns Bert Johns Willie
61-Lem Rhoden, Raiford. last weekend.Mr. his life in the discharge of his dutv, CHURCH. cia and along the Carso plateau. ,Lorie ,
63-James Grooms, Lake Butler. I John Surrency and family, of were adopted by members of Ionic With the Russian front already bro- Hoffman Stringfellow Maxie, Register, George
Kite
81-Henry Grady Mitchell, Grandin. I Graham, were visitors here Sunday. Lodge, No. 101, F. & A. M., of which ken over a distance of about fortyfivemiles Clarence, Newsom Cannon Perry Thrower,
Clyde
90-Vander Bell, Sapp. I Mrs. H. C. Richard, of Starke, spent lodge he was a member, at a recent Last Sunday was a good day for the between Riga and Friedrichstadtthe Cleo Kite Joe Carter Archibald Austin ,
100-Tate Powell Denmark, Starke. Saturday here. meeting, as follows: Methodist church in Starke. The Sun- province of Livonia is fast being -
I 107-Edgar Davis, Starke. I Whereas, It has pleased Almighty day school was bright and cheerful, overrun by the Germans. Everywherethe Owen Anders, James Kite, Jr.,
Lee Julius Norman
Eugene Al-
117 John Wesley Marshall, Hamp129Henry COTTON MARKET HOLDS FIRM. God to remove from out midst our be- the preaching service was interesting, enemy is pressing the retreating varez Tate,Denmark Newton, Percy Chase
,
,
ton. According to the latest quotationsfrom loved friend and brother, Benjamin F. the music was splendid, the communion Russians, among whom the disaffec- Henry E. Freeman Archibald J. Thomas ,
It Bailey, Lake Butler. Savannah the sea island cotton Hagan, and, was administered at the morning tion that permitted of the easy takingof -
H. C. Richard
Ruric Wells and
: 130-Arthur Caraway, Starke. market remains.firm at unchanged tJric Whereas, Our brother was stricken I service, and four members were received Riga, daily becomes more apparent. Rodney Turner. *
131-Othoe Asbury Mizell, Worth ;;. The best cotton is quoted at 70 while in the faithful performance of into the church. In the after- Although the Russians have fallen
ington. cents per pound. his duty to our city and in the trying noon the pastor received five others into back with great speed all along the The pupils enrolled the flat! day
J 141-Frank Starling, Starke. task of preserving our safety and welfare the church, making nine persons line, it is evident that they have not were approximately 275 and by Oc-
t 143-Sam Wilson/ Graham. board: I and, added to the membership of Starke been put to rout and that the loyal tober 1st it is expected that the enrollment -

159-Marion Leslie Johnson, Lulu. Married Men to Be Exempt. Whereas, We know our brother to Methodist church last Sunday. This troops are fighting splendid rear guard I will be over 300. .
165-Robert H. Franklyn, Lawtey. Chairman S. D. Harris of the Dis- be a faithful and loyal friend, a capable -I makes twenty-seven members addedto I actions. The school is in charge of an unus-

176-Grover Ashley, Lake Butler. trict Exemption Board last night stat1 1 and earnest officer, and a genial this church during the first nine Fleet May Take Part. ually strong faculty of enthusiasticand
186-Roan J. Turner, Lake Butler. ed that it will be the policy of the and honest citizen, now therefore, be months of this ecclesiastical year. Ser- An added menace to the situation of efficient teachers. Prof. S. S.
1095-Ed. McDuffy, Dukes. board to grant exemption to marriedmen it vices even better than usual are be- the Russians is contained in an official Dowling, the principal, and Mr. B. D.
275-Schell D. Carver, Lake Butler. in where the affidavits report that German fleet is Law and Miss Delle Stroman have
cases proper Resolved, By Ionic lodge, No. 101, F. ing planned for next Sunday, and as a maneu-
536-Isham Butler, Brooker. have been fixed by the man & A. M., 'that we mourn the loss of all our people will be home from their vering at the entrance to the Gulf of charge of the high school department;

616-Owen James Anders, Starke. himself, his wife, and a householder, our brother, and our hearts are moved vacations, a good congregation is ex Finland. If true this might indicate Mr. E. C. Warren and Mrs. A. E. Wall
775-Fred Oliver Thomas, Starke. these affidavits stating that the cou- with sympathy for his bereaved fam- pected. Let all our members and that the Germans are preparing for a teach the sixth, seventh and eighth
433--Sellers Washington, Lake But ple are living together, that the wife ily. Be it further friends worship with us next Sunday. sally into the gulf with the object of grades; Miss Lois Peek teaches the

ler.1045George. has no independent income and has Resolved, That a copy of these res- Just three more months until our con- attacking Reval, the fortified seaportin fifth and advanced fourth grades; Mrs. J.
Williams Raiford. been her husband. the government of Esthonia and Ella Kate Stuck and Mrs. J. C. Pop- .
supported by Ques- olutions be spread upon a page of the ference year closes, and let us make
1103-Purvis Jones, Dukes. tioned as to the status of a man whose minutes of this lodge, a copy sent to them great months for God and His bottling up the Russian ships insideof pell have the second, third and lower
46-John T. Reddish, Lawtey. relatives are able to care for the wife? each of the newsppapers, a copy, duly church. the gulf, or even of proceeding after fourth grades; and Miss Olive Ray has
1099 Doris Jones Dukes. or whose wife's relatives are able to engrossed, be furnished to the bereaved T. L. Z. BARR, the Russian fleet and attempting charge of the first and primary grades I'
75-John M. Roberts, Lawtey. care for her, Mr. Harris said that the family of our deceased brother. Pastor. to destroy it, which accomplished, Mrs. Nelle Hughes is the teacher of I
972-Ernest Griffis, Raiford. three affidavits filed by the man, his 'ALBERT OBERDORFER, would leave Kronstadt and Petrograd piano.
757-Roan Benjamin Griffis, Starke. wife and a householder, would carry CHAS. J. HEDINGER, COTTON PRODUCTION FOR THE virtually at the mercy of the enemy'sguns. Quite a number of students from ..,
1148-Hayes Cooper, Worthington. more weight with the board than affidavits ELBERT L. ACOSTA, YEAR WILL BE 12,499,000 BALES out of town will] attend school here oj
982-Clarence Newsom, Raiford. filed by "Tom, Dick and Har- Committee. The Italian commander in chief, this term, among them being the following -
530-Everett Clemons, Brooker. ry." Should the relatives of the man, government I Gen. Cadorna, continues his reticence : Maria Thomas, Orlando; Or- ...,

645-Carl McKinney, Starke. or his wife's relatives, file affidavits DRAFT BOARD NOTICE. WASHINGTON, Sept. 3.-The I concerning the operations he has in ville Griffis, Dora Griffis Wesley '
estimate of the
1211-Joe Roberts, Graham. that they are willing to care for her, cotton pro- view against the Austrians, his latest Goodwin. Percy Griffis, Cora Griffis,
792-James English, Starke. Mr. Harris said that this would be duction is 12,499,000 bales and con communication merely announcing the all of Boatdrain; Audrey Johns, of
TAMPA, Aug. 31.-Please request dition 67.8. This indicates a yield of Hampton; Maurice Langford, Lake
continuation
5-Arthur C. Pearce, Lawtey. considered grounds for refusing ex of the heavy fighting to
440-Wm. 0. Forsyth, Lake Butler. emption.The through the Times-Union that persons ,, 550,000 bales more than indicated a the northeast of Gorizia and the repulse Butler; Charley Johns, Alachua; Nellie ,
addressing this board will, in addi- month ago.Georgia the Carso south of Silvejnail, Jacksonville; Mary
1032-Herbert I. Whitten, Raiford. policy outlined by Mr. Harris on plateau .
tion to their postoffice but the countyas condition is 68 per cent; Sparkman, Jacksonville. .
1007-Walter S. Whitten, Raiford. means that practically every marriedman the Brestovizza valley of strong Aus- I'
well. This will the office force South Carolina, 74 cent Florida,
' Lake save per ; trian counter attacks. From Aus- -- .
, 360-Pearce Erastus Crumpton, unless he is independently weal an
much valuable time in filing 65 per cent.'SHORTAGE. PAYING OLD ACCOUNTS. .
papers
Butler. thy, can secure exemption. Althougha trian statement, however, the situa-
704-Harry Lawson Tillis, Starke. man may be drafted if his relativesfile and might be of great benefit to the i tion regarding Monte San Gabrielehas .
t.- 356 John Josiah Ward, Lulu. an affidavit that they are able persons as well. There are many places OF PLANTS MAY been clarified. This eminence the Lately several of the Telegraph's
664-George Herbert Scott, Starke. and willing to care for his wife, it is I in this state that even the best AFFECT THE BERRY ACREAGE last point in the Austrian line domi- friends have called to pay us old ac-

f 51-Carl A. Prevatt, Lawtey. generally conceded that few relatives posted are not familiar with, much nating Gorizia, did fall into the handsof counts. We have in our files several .
t. 1256-Franklyn Pearce Jones, Sampson would take this responsibility upon less the clerks employed to assist in PLANT CITY, Sept. 4-The impres- the Italians, but the Austrians in hundred dollars worth of this class of '

i City. themselves, as in most cases it would the work of filing the enormous sion is prevalent that the strawberry violent counter attacks, reoccupiedit. accounts. In most cases we think the

r 388-Geo. Wallace Shaller, Lake But precipitate a family row. amount of mail coming to us every : acreage will be considerably decreased Several times since the positionhas accounts have not been neglected because

: ler. Mr. Harris stated that the district day. Also the serial number should. this year-some predicting that changed hands, and at last accounts II the persons intended to defraudus

. 25-Morgan Riley Kersey, Lawtey. board has not formulated the policy be given. not more than half the acreage of last the Austrians were still in pos. but because in the lean times following
, 705-Joe Rouse, Starke. that will be followed with regard to Southern Federal District Exemp- year. While there may not be needof session, but with the Italians fighting the outbreak of the war they

642-Volley McKinney, Starke. exemptions claimed on the ground of tion Board, S. D. Carres, Chairman. as large acreage as the past sea- valiantly to take it. did not have the money to pay. Now

297 Alexander Williamson, Lake dependent relatives other than wife son, it will be a great mistake if Plant On the Carso plateau, where Bavar- that we are in the midst of the most
Butler. or SIXTY-FIVE BALES TO A CAR. City fails to produce her usual crop. ian troops appealed for by the Austrians prosperous times ever known in Brad-

321-Enoch Anthony, Lulu. child.More Men to Be Called.If Everything points to first-class mar- doubtless have reinforced the ford county we hope these persons

707-Franklin Christopher Stokes, the policy in the foregoing interview NEW YORK, Sept. 3.-An order ket conditions-in fact, the prospectshave Austrian line, counter attacks of great will pay off the old accounts.and have
Starke. is carried out by the District prohibiting the shipping of cotton in never been better for a recep- strength have been thrown but unsuccessfully their names re-entered on our sub

1101-Charley Fountain, Worthington Board it will be necessary for the local quantities less than sixty-five balesin tive market. against the Italian front. The scription list.

974-Joel B. Griffis, Raiford. board to call at least 300 more a car, and requiring as many more From reports the acreage will be affected Italian airmen have effectively bombarded Call at the office or write us and

656-Ura McKinney, Sampson City. men for examination. They have examined to be loaded as the size of the car will by shortage of plants, the long Hermada Heights, the key to we will let you know the amount of ;,:

814-Fred Dell, Starke. 278, and out of this number permit, has been issued by the Rail- drouth in the spring proving disas- Triest. the rid account. Don't let this old"
In this list are several married have secured only 54 men who did not roads' War Board, it was announcedhere trous to some beds. A man here yes- The western front in France and score stand against your credit. ,
'. men who applied for exemption. The claim exemption. This is only one- tonight. Notice has been sent to terday stated that Dallas Prine, of Belgium remains virtually quiet, EX- t ton

.'" final certification of these men seems half of the county's quota, and at buyers of cotton, with a request that Kathleen, and J. E. Bryant, of So- French official communication. The artillery duels are particularly spirited

to conflict somewhat with a recent least a few of these will fail to pass they place orders on a basis of not crum, four miles northeast of Kath- cept for artillery duels on 'numerous both side of the Vardar river, at ,
. decision of the District Boa* to exempt the physical examination when they less than sixty-five bales or multiples leen, each have a large quantity of fine sectors, trench raiding operations, aerial which point the British violently bombarded

all married men. Tb*Tampa reach the training camp. thereof. plants ready for setting, and that theyare raids and fights in the air between enemy works. East of Lake

Tribune of a recent date conKned the The Local Board is awaiting official very reasonably priced. This information opposing aviators. I Doiran the Bulgarians attempted two

following reference to an Interview instructions from the District Board "Under Fire," our great war story. is given in the interest of A renewal of activity on the Macedonian infantry attacks, but both of them
with the chairman of iTe district before taking further action. starts in this issue. I I those who are looking for plants. front is recorded in the latest. were t

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<$> LITTLE THINGS THE SOLDIER Success could not have been accomplished presents a serious problem for the ful for its purposes and may
OA00000000 control
$. $ $ $ $ $ NEEDS. NEXT ISSUE OF without their aid and co-opera- government. The value of such advertising its expenditures for that purpose with

RED CROSS DEPARTMENT. tion. I have no doubt that the govern- cannot be doubted and if the out any limitation except its own desires .
9T The first few weeks in camp are the ment will have the same genuine sup- operation could be governed by the I or ability to pay. If the go*.
. ooeoooo hardest for the young soldier. It is LIBERTY BONDS port from them in their news and edi- same considerations as those which ernment engages in a campaign it
a violent wrench from home life and torial columns in connection with the determine the action of private enter- must advertise in every newsDaner"wj

normal social ties to camp conditions second issue. prises it would be much simplified. A periodical in America without discrimination

with tent life, radical change of food, OFFERED OCT. 1 Presents Serious Problem. private enterprise may advertise in a all must have equal treatment-
ri limited bathing facilities, stiff drill "The question of paid advertising selected number of mediums most use- and should have equal treatment"
and rigid discipline. To tide the lad
I II home -- ----
I over this period, folks may help -
very materially. His mail is the big TREASURY DEPARTMENTHAS - - - - -
I thing for the boy in camp. Each day - - - - -
I When a man or a boy goes to serve send him some greeting or some love PROPOSED THAT DATE
his country it signifies an experiencethat token, be it ever so small. The prob-
will mean elevation and resolu- lem of laundry is sometimes difficult, Your
tion to him all through life. The La- so send him a handkerchief today anda FOR OPENING OF SUBSCRIPTION I Savings I II
t dies Home Journal pair of good socks tomorrow and BOOKS-WILL CLOSE NOV. 1 I|I
t repeat it now and then. He has a .
ALTERED.
THE FIGHT RELUCTANT. sweet tooth-satisfy it with candy and UNLESS
chocolate in small lots only, each piece I What are you doing with them? Are you letting

(Dedicated ident of to the Woodrow United Wilson States.,)Pres- not wrapped reach in him oiled a sticky paper muss.that He it will may, ing WASHINGTON of the next ,Liberty Sept. 5-The Loan open-cam- I them dribble out, a little here and a little there, for

after a little experience, take pure I
the
has been set by
paign tentatively
By Richard Wightman.Our chocolate with him on a hike, and it treasury department for October 1. I things that will be of little if any benefit to you?
seems to keep a man up better than Subscription books will close Novem-
ships were still, or cruising gal- other food. ber 1 unless the program is altered. Or keeping them intact so they
lantly His tent is not lighted, so if you can The amount, the interest rate, the t are you may grow It
Our guns were silent and our flags provide a small pocket flashlight, you denominations of the bonds and other I
that will when
were furled; may solve the problem of his finding details will be announced after con- t into a respectable sum count you seethe
We sought to share our weal with ev- things at night. Because bathing facilities -
disposes of the pending bond bill
gress chance for good investment? :
one limited, a
ery ; are sometimes very a Indications are that the next offeringwill
We loved our peace and craved it for good big bath sponge is appreciated, approximate $3,000,000,000. and

r the world. and you may follow it with a towel whether it will be advertised by the I
now and then. Pennies for postage A Bank AccountKeeps
government through paid newspaper Savings
Wheresoe'er he
Man was our brother. may be few, so send him a book of space is under consideration, but Sec-
dwelt stamps, also an occasional magazineor
retary :McAdoo said tonight the cost
We took his hand and met him eye to illustrated weekly. Bound booksare

eye; not usually desired in camp. He of the such appropriation an undertaking available would for exceed the your money all in a lump, ready at any time
.. We aimed to fare with him in honored needs the ordinary toilet articles, but

ways do not send talcum powder, tooth purpose.Under the war revenue bill passed you need it. And if you get the savings habit it is
e'er must
Where liberty and justice paste, tooth brush, shaving cream, razor last made avail- 'J\
April $7,000,000 was
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lie.i. blades and soap all in the same able for expenses of floating $5,000- worth almost as much as the savings themselves.I.
mail-an item each mail is better. Puta
Such was our wont, our passion, and small package of court plaster in short 000,000 time in bonds certificates and $2,000,000,000 of indebtedness.It in. This bank solicits savings accounts, large and I J

our dream. your next letter. He will enjoy a that about half
is reported alreadyhas
i. Still love we all, sprung from the Testament or prayer book, and espec- been disbursed in connection with small. Let us help you toward capitalism. .1
womb ially one of the khaki-bound ones that
,,, common ; the flotation of the $2,000,000 Liberty
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: ;' We keep our dream, but never couldwe may be secured from the American bonds first offered and the certificatesof
stand Bible Society. If he did not take his indebtedness put out in advance of
'r\ In craven sorrowing by Freedom's watch, and you can afford a cheap the loan. State Bank
tomb! wrist watch, send it. A pair of teavy Asked no Free Advertising.In : Lawtey :
t tan laces to replace the worn ones that announcing the tentative programfor

And so, near Easter time, when lilies permit his shoes to be sloppy wouldbe the second compaign Mr. McAdoo
white welcomed; also a tiny, good, hand appealed to Liberty loan committeesto t Lawtey Florida. I
Opened their fronds to take the morning shaving mirror. Half a dozen blanket perfect their organizations.The ,
$ sun, safety pins and as many ordinary secretary's statement regarding - - - -- .
Our blood went hot-we sensed a large safety .pins are among the handiest newspaper advertising said: _ w _ _
stalking Death things in the kit. Two or three I
| "There seems to be an impressionthat
Among the living roods our fatherswon. small washrags-a sort that can be I I the treasury department on the -
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easily cleaned and dried quickly. I' first Liberty loan campaign aplied for
Parcel post solves the problem of
advertis-
free advertising or paid for
But 'twas not this that roused us, nor sending small packages safely. Adchess ing in some papers and not in others.
the loss plainly and fully with the num- That is entirely erroneous. The treas- :
I Of lives and ships, though these were. ber of his regiment and the letter of ury department did not ask newspaper
his! and delivery While the War Lasts
quite enoughWe company is almost troop absolutely or battery assured-, publishers for free advertising, be-
We saw the mauling of our brothers'right cause I realize that the newspaper'sonly
f though he moves from place to place profitable commodity is advertis-
often. Insure the valuable
L By hands unroyal, merciless, and very more ing space and that there are many '
I articles it costs but trifle. '
; a pa-\I
rough.A which are not able to give
pers
t string Do not it out put over all days.and in one bundle weeks, ,but so advertising, especially in view of the We are going to "do our bit" and show our appreciation j
high cost of print papef."Newspapers
man may pass and suffer not there- that he will learn to listen
most
eagerly -
:. by; for "mail call." It is patheticto and with press the associations of the liberal patronage given us by selling our i
loyally co-operated
govern-
A throne may totter, all may still be note the number of men in the ser-
ment in the first Liberty loan. News
well; vice to whom the arrival of the m,il
But when the birthright of the soul is Carelessness and editorial columns were devoted j
; means nothing. or the AT COST
struck wrongdoing separates them from home most generously to issue. They GROCERIES
carried its into home
The resultant is long, tragic message every
sure and loved ones, so they get no mail.Don't .
hell and deserve great praise for their ser-
let the soldier from
home circle be of this man group.-your Ey vice country of patriotism.want to know The people the financial of the I plus a* small per cent for actual cost of handling. z
lifted very
And so our blood went hot! With Chaplain John T. Axton, U. S. A. needs of the government and the details -

We took eyes to battle on the land and BELIEVED EDISON HAS SOLVED news.-of This.-the'issues information of bonds.was given That to is We appreciate your loyalty to our house, and we


And flung sea our all into the blessed PROBLEM OF-FIGHTING SUBS. them possible in the and most the newspapers comprehensive and press form will show our gratitude by keeping prices down to the ;

L Cause,
Genius Has Worked for Months on Invention association have the satisfaction of
For Right, for Freedom, for Democ LOWEST POSSIBLE LEVEL. 4
f to Detect Submarines. knowing that they contributed un-
racy. measurably to the success of the loan. !
We don't expect to clear a dollar while this war ;
Our mints are broken and our treas- PITTSBURG, Pa., Sept. 6.-What is 1:10. ""TOC30I 30C*"

ure spent; the mysterious, secret invention that "W.G.SNELLGROVEFresh O lasts. All we ask is to play even. We are going to ;
f. Our tranquil dreams are sown upon Thomas A. Edison, America's wizard, .
the air; has perfected to aid in U-boat destruc-
the CHEAPEST and BEST service. F
'Neath lonely mounds our young men tion? For it is a mystery. More give you FF
{f placid lie thrilling than trench capture. More Fish, Vegetables, J

With never heed of urge or trumpet important that wheat. More romantic Garden Seeds, Cakes

blare. than air duels. More engrossing than n anb Pies, Cold Drinks n
these and all the rest, because it still I S. T. ;
For who would hoard his gold in times is a mystery. o and Ice Cream, Cigars, p DOWLINGI

like this? Almost a year ago it was widely an- Tobacco, Etc.
And who would falter in a periled nounced that America's electric gen- :
way? ius had a marvelous scheme by which .
RAIFORD FLA.
And who would live when dying saves electric rays would set off explosivesat Facing Depot ,

<: the race? great distances. Starke, Fla
f And who would sleep when waking Several months ago a leading mem- o oGODOQOQO
r.' brings the day! ber of the naval consulting board of =
"":" experts announced that American inventive -

Fighting, to build Truth's temple, vast genius was about to turn
and strong; against Germany a mysterious destructive 911
r. Paying, to gain the meed of duty agent that would rid the sea
done; of the Uboats.In .
I Dying, to live in better lives to be- July Edison himself, in one of
"J Ah, this is surely victory well won! his rare statements, said cryptically:
,;. "We now have all the rebellious elements -

:j- Hating we love, for hate not we our under control. July 14th will
foe be remembered as the time when we
;
r: We only hate the Thing for which he removed" the last jinx from the rec- I I THE UNIVERSAL CAR
t ord. .
stands,
:( '
t And seek for those who follow after On July 20th the navy department
him permitted the announcement that a de-
The benedicite which Peace commands. vice to detect U-boats ten miles away Ford Years of
1-. *I.' was nearing perfection. A high gov- cars are not an experiment. concentration on :

E' With flags or calls unfurled; we go where hon- ,, ago ernment that official Edison said had only just a completed short while a a single model have produced a motor car of proved value. It is


. .. With bloody feet well way;shod we tread the est task man that in would the world.make him the great- as important as the mail service or telephone. Behind the Ford _


With The dawn lifted dawn-of eyes mankind's we hail great the peaceful Democ- the city The,world the Westinghouse largest and makers electrical Company of concern appliancesand of this in car is genuine Ford service, by competent mechanics, using genuine -


racy! 1,000 machinery men willing of all to sorts be, is absolutely enlisting Ford parts...with regular standard Ford prices. That is the

locked in from the outside world, hold-
ing no communication with it for ten service given by this agency. 1
( BUY GOOD STOCK months.

The wizard, Thomas A. Edison, has Touring Car, $360.
been working for months, in a verita-
FOR SALE "I"II ble frenzied debauch of sleepless days ?' Runabout, $345.

and nights on the submarine problem.He Town Car, $595.
is believed to have arrived at a
I 1 0 head Jersey I decision and to have perfected an invention 1 Coupelet, $505. ,

I Cows that will put a stop to the Sedan, $645.
I most deadly menace to the United JLj
I two year old Registered States and her European allies. All f. o. b. DetroitOn
s 1 When he announces the news it will
Jersey be the most sensational and grippingitem display and for sale ;

Bull of the year. by ;

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;I. I 3 RegisteredJersey Cows What A Digestive UX-FOS IS is Liquid AN IMPROVED LAX-FOS Laxatm CASCW, Cathartic e A. W. & G. A. ANDERSON 1


BEN T. ARNOW and Liver Tonic. Contains Cascara Bark,
Blue Flag Root, Rhubarb Root Black STARKE

Gainesville, Florida I Pepsin.Root,May Combines Apple Root strength SennaLetTts withpala-and FLORIDA \

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The New Things Men *1I f)

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Need Are' Here--Just In! S3S8Styleplus : '1

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These are the times that test the ability of every
merchant: 1\L14::::.

About 200,000,000 pounds of wool have been required for military pur=

poses since April. Nearly all wearables have advanced in price=== : i
naturally===why try to deny it? }

We, saw the conditions coming and took advantage our opportunities.We : '. *
sought out the best offerings from the big manufacturers whose }:: $ '

lines are sold exclusively by us. \ !

Of course, we bought an unusually heavy stock of Styleplus Clothes. j ,:t f .
These are the nationally famous clothes whose price is always known.

The price has remained at $17 as usual during the last few years. :
Great volume centered on these suits and overcoats allows the makers" !
to specialize in a scientific way===the results were almost unbelievable. % I

The makers are able to continue the present price, $17, but do not know s ti. .
how long they can keep doing it. All wool fabrics, hand tailoring r I

where it counts, models designed by great fashion artists. ,
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We also show the New Styleplus $21 ,grade==just as exceptional at this
price as the $17 grade is at that price. Each the leader in its class. '

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Styleplus Clothes %

$17 and $21 Clothes' x '

"Each Grade the Same Price the Nation Over"'"

Our other well known lines make the assortment complete---go as high as you like---you can pay a medium I '
price here and get clothing of reputation. Guaranteed satisfaction. :

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. Shoes .HatsStetson's Shirts Our Best Advertisement i

Early buying has placed us in Men's and
in position so that we can sell Young Men's shapes. There'sno
A reputation for satisfying our I
shoes to you in most cases for need of saying more.
less money than the manufac- Bonar's, none better made ,, Not a better line anywherefor customers is the very best adver-
turers are asking for the same for $3.00, the same price as the money. We do not say tisement we can have, and we believe -
qualities on today's market, heretofore. In all colors and this because we sell them, but 3
thereby saving you from 75c shapes for Men and Young : because we wear them and any one of our customers will ;
to$2 the pair. The lines we Men. know. Some are here, othersare frankly tell you that we have that
ara now carrying are lines that Golhan, a splendid hat sell on the road.
name. We realize that even one
. we have sold for the past sev- ing for We also have a completeline
eral years $2.00.CAPS of Wool Shirts in all colors, customer who is not satisfied may
THE BARRY, Dress Shoe. and in three weights. cause us no end of annoyance and i
THE STEADFAST,Dress Shoe. The most complete line ever Our line of Men's and '
knock the from
THE TEDCASTLE,Dress Shoe. shown in Bradford county, Young Men's Shirts offers bargains legitimate profits I
THE WEINBURG,Work Shoe. ranging from 50c to 250. to discriminating buyers. many sales. This, aside from any ,
question of right, is one reason why
. I Underwear- very complete line at right prices.
too light, not too heavy. We fiuaranlee Every Sale1
CollarsThey're Barker Brand, all styles, soft or linen.
brand---sure to please. We positively guarantee every arti-
Good assortment, good colors, from Wilson Bros. cle we sell to be exactly as repre- b
TI-es. Splendid line of Wash Ties. sented in every particular. If found .

Everwear, the half hose that wears, yet has the good otherwise, return to us and your i
Hosl-ery-. looks. Examine this line. money will be cheerfully refunded. '1

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I I II respect him, probably the rest fear ing standard of market eggs-Miss r. j
i- him, but he knows them by name, goes Floyd.
[[Governor Calls Trial ] among them, looks after their comfort Living at home-Mrs. Jennings. .
on talks to them when they go Plans of the federated clubs for assisting R. E. DELL !
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wrong and often brings them to a the nation in food conservation -
of their without Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. {
sense guilt any punishment Jennings, Gary,
i Rev. W. F. LaRowe, who has been pore, but as no competent man has whatever. He is always readyto Harris. .
i: holding religious meetings here the yet been found who could afford to de- forgive and let them try again if Intensive community health work- STORES
past two weeks, and who grants that tote his time for this pittance, the they express sorrow of their wrong Dr. Byrd. 2 2
j j he has been a "bad man" in his time, card made a rule that the ministers doing and his treatment is never com- Co-operation of women's clubs in -
: told the story of his life last night, of Raiford should be given five dollars plained of by those who keep the few health work-Mrs. Jennings, Mrs. / *
I and it was an interesting story to lis- a Sunday to preach to the in- simple rules, that are not grievous to Gary. Special prices on green ,
ten to. He told of the horrors of life n.atea on the Sunday that they filled a tractible nature. It must be remembered Health work in my countyCountyagents. .
their pulpits in town. As Mr. LaRowe that this is the state peniten- .
in the penitentiaries, he having served
six years in the southern Illinois pen. preached for a time in Raiford he wentro tiary and, while there are many noble Discussion-Dr. Brd. I coffee. Rice by the sack :
He told of our own "Raiford where the farm once a month (on the men incarcerated, some of whom do Note-The college dormitory will be
he was engaged as chaplain for six Sundry he preached in town) and for not deserve to be there and others who open for the women attending this
months, almost just previous to this these services he received exactly have repented of their sins and are meeting. The usual charge of seven- Flour in -
time, and he told us a few things that what the Board had agreed to give any thoroughly changed men, still in an institution ty-five cents a day will be made. any quantityat
would make you sit up and take no- wnister-$5.00 a trip. The trouble of this kind we are bound to The college has no bedding and tow-
f, tice. He tells it that our bastile is a right here is the fact that that Mr. find: hardened criminals. These must els, therefore all expecting to stay in lowest cash
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LaRowe for the of be< dealt with sometimes severely and the price. ,
nest of grafters, of the common everyday I applied position dormitory will bring with them
don't-give-a-, that they chaplain and the Board saw fit, for when occasion calls for such treatmentthe the necessary bedding and"towels.
are there for the emoluments decid- good reasons, to turn his application state has men employed to look after -
edly. He says that our state legisla- down. this and probably neither the Governor L. D. Smith ad Bert rasher went Fruits and vegetables

ture passed an act, appropriating $1- The turkey story is another one of nor the Board feel that they are bass fishing in the 'Glades a week ago .
",' 800 per annum for the salary of a the same kind. They forgot to give more competent to judge at Tallahassee last Tuesday, returning Wednesdaywith
chaplain, to work among the convicts, him a turkey for his Thanksgiving din- i than these men who are hired to 160 pounds of black bass. No Highest price paid for
look after the matter here :
and that he was handed a paltry $5 nero< There were never over a hundred on the one has been able to get a glimpse of
per month and no more. Mr. LaRowe ; turkeys on the Farm at anyone ground, when punishment is due. the bass since their return, but the
says there is no reform practiced time. A disease killed a good many The trust system is used and every evidence is conclusive that they got cotton. I t
: there, nor no attempt at it. He says of: them, some of them were retained' day I see men in Raiford wearing the 'em. This trip was up the North canal -
a large farm conected with the institution for breeding, and the records are open I stripes, who are serving a life i sentence to G. D. TenBrooks private bass -.
is operated on industrial principles for< inspection, showing what has become come to town unaccompanied.This patch which Lasher has visited several -
and what should be < of the rest. system is so arranged as to be
economy| times with the owner. Mr. Smith East Butler West Butler
.f 1 and saving to the state is nullified by The most drastic accusation that is brought made on gradually and when a man says they did not have to go out i in I
the "system." He illustrates the facts this man makes is cruelty. There is / a full trusty he seldom betrays the j sawgrass to drive them in: that I
by saying: no other man in Florida, aside from the trust that is placed in him. Bert had his bass call horn along that R. E. DELL, Mgr. J. E. HARPER, Mgr
That,last year, there were 335 tur- those inmates who are directly interested There is no question as to the need he would use to toot while all Mr. JThis
r keys raised on the farm, and that; : that knows so much about this of a chapel and a chaplain. The state Smith had to do was to throw his I ;
about Thanksgiving day they all sud- institution the writer should appropriate more for its chap .-- -
and
as because hook and take off he fish as fast as "f;
denly disappeared. He they whip I believe that the lain and should build a good chapel :
has he
says management could pull them in. Mr. Smith
men there for many different: offenses, been wrongfully accused, and the and library for the inmates of the institution this bass horn is the most successfulfisherman's says J 1111I1111I1111I111111 ill 111I1111I11I III filiI!IlIUIli IllIIiIUIII! !III ill llllllllllilll! i fmj I
.. one of which is smoking cigarettes. State but as we must crawl before ; .
Board and the Governor maligned tool he has ever seen used = ::::1
t He says he saw the "whipping boss" by this seeker after publicity, we can walk, so.:must these improve and has asked Lasher to send to some =- .:-::. I
;. whip six negroes and three white men I feel that I should do ments come on as they can be provided -
something to music store and get him one.
'." one day, for smoking cigarettes, and clear the state's good name of charges for out of the surplus from the :: War Will]] Be Won I

that he, the said whipping boss, laid a made by this stranger, who comes to lease money that i ij gained from those \..
t' cigarette out of his mouth when he us from the cell of an Illinois prison. men who are hired out, for Florida, on the Farm"Need
I commenced, and that he stopped during I know the man and I know the institution and not its Governor or the manage- A FAMILY --
the ordeal to smoke a few-and with its seven hundred in ment of the State Farm at Raiford, -' :-
is world-wide. :
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still decrees that we must-hold to the
Catts is Governor.
our mates. I visit them and I am not in
He says they have no chapel for religious any wise restricted in my intercoursewith slave industry and hire out over half MEDICINEs prices promise to remain high indefinitely. It
worship at the pen, nor no pretense them. On Sunday I go to visit of our prisoners. All of these things == is the duty of every Florida Grower to striveto
will come in time, but while we are = literally make every acre produce its utmost ::
of one, but they have a first- them! and I am not watched by guardsor
,- class system of whipping the poor un- those in authority. I talk freely to waiting for them to come, let us not Her Mother's Home, Says Toil == Fertilizers should be used liberally and

i fortunates-and Governor Catts is a the men and they tell me their troubles I readily take up the harangues of an Georgia Lady, Regtrdmg Black. = purchased now. You need the very best fer- 5:
preacher. and these are many, but I have ex-criminal that is seeking free ad Drangbt. Relief From Head- == tilizers obtainable for this is certainly not a ::
.- If what this man says is true, it is yet to hear a complaint of the treatment vertisement at the expense of a Gov- = time for experimenting.Vegetable S '
:: high time that our Governor exercised received by any of them. On the ernor who has incurred the enmity of ache, Malaria, dulls, Etc. -- --
r his prerogative of removal, and put other hand, several of the men, some many of his people through his effortsto : -
i men in charge that will conserve the life time men among them, have told rid the state of criminals in office. i Ringgold Oa.- Mrs. Chas. Carton
Let us investigate these things before of this place writes: "I am a user Armour
v. interests of the taxpayers, and exhibit me that they had no trouble to get I of Thedford's In = -
l a small amount of the milk of human along with either guards or bosses, I we give them credence.-J. T. Lewis I Black-Draught; fact. !
it was one of our family medicines.
f kindness in their labors. This man that the only men who were punishedwere in Raiford Tribune. Also in my mother's home, when I
LaRowe, says that the Governor did those who broke the rules and was a child. When any of us children Citru11I
\ protest regarding whipping those whowere that there were no rules that were SHORT COURSE IN HOUSEKEEPING complained of headache, usually and
caught smoking cigarettes, andthat hard to keep. The men go among each AT COLLEGE FOR WOMEN caused by constipation she gave us !
the practice was partially brokenup other freely, there are no cells, they: a dose of Black-Draught, which would I I ,
:, and that a system of "stocks" was have their own societies, their own The Florida State College for Women rectify the trouble. Often in the -
substituted; that he had seen men services, they write, read, pray or oc announces the seventh housekeep Spring chills, we would have malaria and i :
or troubles of this kind we
confined in these stocks for the heinous c"crime" their time, outside of work hours ers' short course in home economics, would take Black-Draught =5 .
pretty regular a
t of smoking cigarettes, and the almost as they see fit, and this man at Tallahassee, September 10 to 15, until the liver acted we.ll, and -- -
.r guard over them was smoking them LaRowe who would have us believe 1917. we would soon be up and around = Include 45 reliable formulas, made from well 5
and gave the man in the stocks one that the institution was a horrible pit The Florida State College for Nom again. We would not be without it, = known standardized materials of proved =s
tl between his teeth. of told that offers the for it certainly hag saved us lots of
cruelty, me it was a playground en to women of Florida a i == dEsigned
This man tells all this and many compared to the institution of short course in Home Economics to doctor bills. Just a dose of Black- crop-making ability-a complete line 5
k, more drastic tales of official humandegeneracy which he was an inmate. He tells of prepare the women of Florida to assist Draught when not so well saves a = .to get biggest possible crops under 5 .
}? and says that affidavits hanging men up by placing their the nation in the campaign of food lot of days in becL"Thedford's == avenge: Florida conditions; : Many are the well S
.; substantiating these things have long hands through iron bars and fastening I conservation and food production. in use for Black-Draught in the has treat been == known criminal Armour brands-(of which ::
been in the hands of Governor Catts, them with handcuffs. Nothing of this Monday, Sept. 10. ment of stomach many,years liver and bowel -= ten of thousands of tons have actually been 5
t but nothing of note has come from the kind goes on at Raiford. Men are Canning pork under steam pressure troubles, and the popularity which it = used in Florida-with) no change except =
knowledge. Al Ithis and much more whipped, but this is only done for infringements -Frantz Lund.Demonstration. now enjoys Is proof of its meritIf == slightly less potash. Particulars free from 5
of like degree, is being told over the of a serious nature or for farm batter making your liver Is not doing its duty, --
1 state by this man, from the pulpits of repeated breaking of the minor rules C. W. Larson. you will suffer from such disagreeable --- --
the different churches, and the voters The "stocks" of which he speakswere How to give a bread demonstrationMiss symptoms as headache, biliousness Armour Fertilizer orks
who constipation, indigestion, etc., g
stood by Mr. Catts in his heroic instituted before Governor Catts Wessling.
and unless something is done serious = Jacksonville Fit. SI
fight for his office ,
are listening.-Ze- took his office and consists of a very Lecture to County Agents-Prof. trouble may result. -
; phyrhills Colonist. comfortable chair in which the culprit Rolfs. Thedford's Black-Draught has been -

L sits, facing a very blank wall onlya Social Hour. found a valuable remedy for these
The foregoing, which appeared in a foot away. The warden told me oncethat Especial stunt program from the troubles. It is purely vegetable, and =I Get Yours NowI
late issue of the Zephyrhills Colonist, the only improvement he thoughtof two districts of Florida. acts In a prompt and natural way, 'I
has just enough truth mixed with it to : making these chairs was to put I Message to county agents-0. B. regulating the liver to its proper '\1 -=
make its lies all the more despicable.The I a mirror on the wall so that the delinquent :'Martin. functions and cleansing the bowels of

t only reason for involving the Gov would have to look at himself I I Note-This program is a part of ford's impurities., the original Try It.and Insist genuine.on Thed-E 79 IIIIIIIlIIlIIIIlIIlIIIIIIIIIIlIIIIIIIlIIlIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlII IIIIIIIIIIIhIIIlIII1111111111f U11
ernor in the matter is the fact that it instead of the blank wall. There is no regular county agents' meeting, but ( Q
is very popular right now to blame punishment in this except the feeling : all visitors of the campus are cordialy "J
i t him with everything from the late of disgrace and repentance that may welcomed. J
f freeze to the boll weevil and naturally come to the man as he sits and re Tuesday Sept. llth. lL. L L lJ..A L L L L L7LIT$J)
1.> he would come in for the blame of any flects on his misdeeds against an institution First regular session Women's Food

thing that no one else could be foundto that is treating him more asa Conservation short course. II N. T. RITCH, Pre.. W.T
t blame for. guest than a prisoner. Hot breads-Miss Wessling. Week.iVice.Prei. J. H. RITCH, Cuhlcr '

The State Farm at Raiford is under The warden of this great institution Demonstration preserving eggs- j jI
r the control of the Board of Public Institutions is a man of powerful physique, a wonderful Miss Floyd. I
which consists of the Governor reader of character and a man Drying vegetables and fruits-Mr.
J % and his cabinet, who, besides of iron will. The most of the men Lund. : Bradford County Bank
looking after more of their own duties Principles of menu makingMissYork. I :
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any ordinary man is able tare o,
r asked by the State of Florida to Butter making-Mr. Larson. "

be responsible for this institution as Care of food in the home-Miss Bradford County's Financial r
,t well as the hospital for the insane at H. W.Kerce Layton. Stronghold. ;
Chattahoochee and the School for the Why Florida state college welcomes
Deaf and Dumb at St. Augustine. For you-Dr. Edward Conradi.
purposes of convenience work is divided Response-Mrs. W. S. Jennings. Condensed statement of the condition of Bradford County Bank :
j and this institution comes under General Merchandise I Work of state food commission- I j
ut close of business June i
the direct supervision of the Commissioner Prof. Rolff. 20th 1917.

A'' of Agriculture McRae, Treasurer How Florida women can follow Mr. ,
Luning and Comptroller' Amos. Hoover's plans-Hon. David Sholtz. RESOURCES ,
r Does Mr. LaRowe and the Colonist Plans for work in home economics LIABILITIES ;
want the Governor to discharge these Provisions department of the Florida federated I I Loans and Discounts $155,747.45 I
Capital Stock
three for paid in 25000.00
i men misfeasance, malfeasance clubs-Mrs. Gary. Bradford i
etc., etc! This is beyond the Home demonstration agents plans I County School Warrants 16,199.40 Surplus fund 10000.00
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Governor's prerogative erhaps he I Supplies for co-operation-Mr. Martin. Town of Starke Bonds 2,000,00 Undivided profits less
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paid 7,965.85Cashier's
would take their advice and do so. Wednesday, Sept. 12th. Banking House. Furniture and Fixtures 21,113.84 expenses
t As to the Farm itself Yeast checks outstanding 1,158.92
I would like, breads-Miss Wessling. All other
Real Estate owned ;
through the state press, to briefly review Making bread in laboratory-Miss 5,861.50 Deposits 247,134.23TOTAL
a few points that are not clear Country Wessling and Miss Layton in charge. Over-drafts, secured and unsecured 572.08

to the Colonist and may not be to Menu making-Miss York. Cash on hand and in Banks 89764.73
i many persons throughout the state.: Canning vegetables, packing dried
The Farm was not built, nor is it Produce vegetables-Mr. Lund. TOTAL .
maintained, by "the tax payers mon Our experiences in work in the District $291,259.00 $291,259.00
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ey." Less than four years ago (November of Columbia-Miss Landrum,
;' 1913) the present superintendent Miss McGriff.
Captain D. W. Purvis, landed in Gasoline Station for Economy-Governor and Mrs. Catts. Every modern facility for the most satisfactory transaction
Raiford with five men and, three miles Lawn party. of business is offered .
by Absolute
I us.
from town started to carve out of Thursday, Sept. 13th. safety, perfect convenience

:- wilderness, the world's model penit ere Automobiles. Oil Flour substitutes-Miss Wessling. I prompt service are all afforded you by this Bank. .<
tiary. Today five
Vf. thousand acres are Wholesome sweets from Florida
under fence, nearly four, thousandacres and Supplies. fruits-Miss Partridge. I Your account is cordially invited and you are assured of our :
cleared Menu
and three thousand under making using Florida foods- best
cultivation. This is less than four Miss York. I attention at all times.Bradford .

lc_ years ago, and not one cent of the tax Preparation of Garden products for Ii
payers' money has been used. The Phone 5. use in the diet-Miss Layton. <
entire work has been done by the inmates Making Peanut loaf, peanut butter, :
of the institution and the ex- cookies-Miss Isabell Story. :
I-onsc has been borne from the lease of Addresses W. A. McRae, L. M. County Bank :
a those convicts that are scattered Rhodes.

throughout the state on turpentine and. Lake Butler I Friday, Sept. 14th. i
lumber camps. The people need not Flour substitutes-Miss Wessling.
,,' was far as their money is con Canning in glass and tin-Mrs. I. : Bradford County's Financial Stronghold. !
Moorehead, Miss Jennie Carter, Miss
As to the appropriation for chaplain Crawford, Miss Godbey.
five hundred a year has been appropriated Horida Feeding children-Miss York. Starke Florida.
by the state for this pur- Barnes.:Making a clothes budget-Mrs. j'i j'iA

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, 51 Best colt under two years old ________________________ 3.00 2.00 126 Best crocheted bed spread -------------_--___________ 1.00 .50 tI s .i
THE OFFICIAL PREMIUM LIST 52 Best mule raised in Bradford county. _____________-__. 4.00 2.00 127 Best crocheted piano scarf -----------------___________ 1.00 .50 !i
__________________________ 3.00 1.50 128 Best woolen crochet __ j ,
53 Best mule colt ____________ ------------------------------ .50 ,25 i i
; _______________ 4.00 2.00 129 Best slippers __ ___ _______
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rBRADFORD COUNTY FAIR. 54 Best jack _____,-______________ knitted -- --------------- N .50 .25
J30 Best shawl _____ {
POULTRY. knitted ------------------------- ____ 50 .25 'j
, Pairs-First, $1.00. Second, $ .50. 131 Best knitted baby sacque -------------------------__ .50 .2S .
! FLORIDA. 132 Best drawn work table cover ----- ------ __ .50
LAKE BUTLER. Pens-First, $2.00. Second, $1.00. : ------------ .25 4
56 133 Best specimen drawn work, any kind --------------____ .50 .25 .' J
OCTOBER 16, 17, 18,.19, 20, 1917. 55 Plymouth Rocks. Wyandottea. 134 Hemstitched handkerchief ___
57 Rhode Island Reds. 58 Leghorns. ------------------------ .50 .25 I
135 Best hemstitching
specimen ------ '
1.00.50
60 Guineas. ----------------
59 Turkeys 136 Best trimmed garment 1
specimen tatting
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1. HAY, FORAGE, ETC. 61 Ducks 62 Geese. 137 Best specimen trimmed household linen ---------_______ 1.00 .50. .-i !
j 2nd. 63 Pigeons. 138 Best silk _'. ,j
1st .
quilt --- 1.00.50 '
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1 Best bale of hay on exhibit ___________________________$2.00 $1.00 COOKING. 139 Best-worsted quilt __________.________________________ 1.00 .50 'j
2 Barrel of velvet beans in hull _________________________ 1.00 .50 1st. 2nd. 140 Best cotton quilt ____________'; ______________________ 1.00 .50 '!. '!
3 Half dozen bundles oats ___________ _________________ 1.00 .50 64 Loaf white yeast bread _______________________________ .50 .25 141 Best home made rug _______________-*________________ .75 .50 a j
4 Bundle of forage plant, not less than ten pounds ________ 1JOO .50 65 Corn bread __________________________________________ .50 .25 142 Best hand painted pillow top -----_------------------- .75 .50 .. J
GRAIN, SEEDS, ETC. 66 Plate of baking powder biscuits- _____________________ l-OO .50 143 Best specimen' weaving ______________________________ .75 .50 '!
1st. 2nd. 67 Plate of soda biscuits ____________________________.:.__ 1.00 .50 144 Best specimen spinning ------------------------------ .75 .50 ': .,
5 Half bushel wheat ___________________________________ 1.00 .50 68 Pound cake _________________________________________ 1-00 .50 145 Best hand made basket ----------------_------------ .75 .50 r
6 Half bushel velvet beans, shelled ________:____________ 1.00 .50 69 Cocoanut cake ______________________________________ 1.00 .50 146 Best house dress ..______ ____________________________ .75 .50 ? .I
7 Half bushel peanuts ____"_____________________________ 1.00 .50 70 Chocolate cake ______________________________________ 1.00 .50 147 Best kitchen apron _________________________________ .75 .60 fr' t.
8 Half bushel field peas ________________________________ 1.00 .50 71 Apple pie ___________________________________________ .50 .25 148 Best little girl's dress ------------------------------ -75 JO
9 Collective exhibit of grain, seeds, etc., from one farm, not 72 Lemon pie __________________________________________ .50 .2o 149 Best little boy's suit _______________________________ .75 .:0 !I
less than ten varieties ______________________::_________ 3.00 1.50 73 Pumpkin pie ________________________________________* .50 .2o ARTS and CRAFTS, .,' I
VEGETABLES. 74 Sweet potato pie _____________________________________ .50 .2o 1st. 2nd. I ... I''
1st. 2nd. I 75 Nut fudge candy ________1___________________________ .50 .25 150 Flowers in oil ------ ------_________________________ .75 .50 ( 1
10 Bushel of sweet potatoes ____________________________ 1.00 .50 76 Best collection of home made candies, not less than six 151 Animals in oil ______-________........................ .75 .50 '. )1.$if
I varieties __ 2.00 1.00 152 Flowers in water colors .____.._______________________ .50 .25 .tA.. .
11 Bushel of Irish potatoes _____________________________ 1.00 .50 ----- -- --- ----- ----- --- --- ---- --- .
12 Half dozen heads of cabbage _________________________ 1-00 .50 77 Glass grape jelly ____________________________________ .50 .25 153 Fruit in water colors____-------------------- .50.25 ... a
78 Glass _______________________________ .50 .25 154 Best collection of oil colors'; pictures 1.50 1.00 .r.
13 Half dozen pumpkins _________________________________ IjOO .50 strawberry jelly and water ---------- .. ,
14 Exhibit of egg plants _______________________________ 1.00 .50 79 Glass pear Jelly ___________________________________ 50 .25 155 Best specimen of china painting ______________________ 1.00.50 ,
15 Exhibit of __________________________________ 1.00 .50 80 May Hall Jelly ______________________________________ .50 .25 156 Best specimen of wood carving .____.__________________ .50 .25 .
16 Exhibit of string peppers beans (one hamper) _________________ 1.00 .50 81 glass _____________________________________ .50 .25 !57 Best wire grass work ________________________________ -50 .*5 ..., ',. 1
17 Exhibit of cucumbers, two dozen ______________________ 1.00 .50 82 Strawberry jam, in glass _____________________________ .50 .25 158 Best pine straw work ______________>..-.-____......... ..50,5 .,:;, +
18 Exhibit of tomatoes, one crate ________________________ 1.00 .50 83 Glass jar peach preserves ____________________________ .50 .25 :59 Best palmetto work _________________________________ .Y
19 Exhibit of strawberries, two one-quart baskets ._______.. 1.00 .50 84. Glass jar plum preserves _____________________________ .50 .25 160 Best paper flowers _________..________________________ .50. .25
20 Collective exhibit of vegetables ____________________ 5.00 2.50 85 Glass jar fig preserves _______________________________ .50 .25 161 Best specimen! real basketry ._*___________________:-___ 1-00 .50 -
MEAL, GRITS and CRUSHED j- FEEDS. 86 Glass jar watermelon preserves _______________________ .50 .25 162 Best specimen shuck work ._______________________-___ .50 ._5
1st. 2nd. 87 Jar orange marmalade ___________----________________ .50 .25 EDUCATIONAL. ,
21 Peck each of home bolted meal and grits _______________ IjOO .50 .88 Jar guava marmalade ______________________.:.________ .50 .25 1st j
22 Collective exhibit of different kinds of crushed stock feed 2.00 1.00 89 Jar pear butter ______________________________________ .50 .25 163 Collection of weaving, 1st grade ______________________ 1.00 :
COTTON. 90 Jar grape butter ____________________________________ 50 .25 164 Collection $f color work, 2nd grade ____________________ 1.00
1st 2nd. 91 Best collective exhibit of jams, pickles, jellies, marmalades 165; Collection of wood work, 3rd grade ____________________ 1-00
23 Bale of Sea Island cottbn ___________________________ 5.00 3.00 and preserves _________________________________ 2.00 1.00 166 Collection of writing by 1st grade pupil _______________ .50
24 Largest and best stalk Sea Island cotton ____:____________ 1.00 .50 CANNED FRUITS, VEGETABLES, ETC. 167 Collection of writing by 2nd grade pupil _______________ .50 .
25 Fifty pounds of Sea Island cotton in basket _____._______ 1.00 .50 1st. 2nd. 168 Collection of writing by 3rd grade pupil _________.__-__ .50 4
26 Bushel Sea Island cotton seed _________________..'_______ 1.00 .50 b2 Jar strawberries _____________________________________ .50 .25 169 .Best collection from 4th grade, any school _____________ 2.50
SUGAR CANE SYRUP and SUGAR. 93 Jar huckleberries ____________________________________ .50 .25 170 Best collection from 5th grade, any school_______*___-_ 2.50 ,
1st 2nd. 94 Jar peaches _________________________________________ .50 .25 171 Best collection from 6th grade, any school _____________ 2.50
27 Best dozen stalks sugar cane _________________________ 1.00 .50 95 Jar corn ____________________________________________ .50 .25 172 Best map of Florida by 4th grade pupil ________________ .50 ...
28 Best cane syrup, not less than two quarts .______________ 1.00 .50 96 Jar English peas _____________________________________ .50 .25 173 Best map of Bradford county, 5th grade ______________ .50 '
28 Best brown sugar, not less than five pounds ____________ 1.00 .50 97 Jar field peas _______,_________________________________ .50 .25 174 Best map of United States by 7th or 8th grade pupil-____ .50 1',
29 Best collective exhibit of cane and cane products _______ 2.00 .50 98 Jar Okra ___________________________________________ .50 .25 175 Best collective exhibit one school in the county. 5.00 ,
BEE PRODUCTS. 99 Jar tomatoes ________________-_______________________ .50 .25 FLORA EXHIBITS. f
1st. 2nd. 100 'Jar beans ___________________________________________ .50 .25 1st '..
30 Exhibit of comb honey, not less than three pounds ______ 1.00 .50 101 Jar sweet pickles ____________________________________ .50 .25 176 Exhibit of cut chrysanthemums, not less than one dozen._ 1.50 ,.
.. 31 Best quart. of strained honey __________________________ 1.00. .50 102 Jar sour pickles ________..._____________________________ .50 .25 377 Best exhibit of geraniums _____________________________ 1.00 .. ';
MEAT PRODUCTS. 103 Jar chow chow ______________________________________ .50 .25 178 Best exhibit of cut roses in vase -------------------.t 1.00 .....
104 Jar pickled beets ____________________________________ .50 .25 179 Best single specimen of palm ------___________________ .50 'r.f'1H F
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32 Home curedhams, not less than three _________________ %.00 2nd.1.00 105 Bottle home made salad dressing ______________________ .50 .25 180 Best collection of ferns, not less than four varieties ----_ 1.50 .."f
.33 Home cured breakfast bacon, not less than three __ 1.00 106 Bottle tomato catsup _________________________________ .50 .25 181 Collection of colladiums *.-------------________________ 1.50
34 Best five pounds lard _________________________pieces________ 1.00 .50.50 107 Best collective exhibit canned products, pickles, honey, etc 3.00 2.00 i 182 Collection of begonias ----------------______________? 1.50 ,.r* .1
35 Largest ham must weigh 20 Ibs. properly trimmed _____ 2.50 1.25 108 Best pound butter ___________________________________ 1.00 .50 I MISCELLANEOUS FOR CHILDREN UNDER 14 YEARS OLD.

36 Collective exhibit of home cured __________ NEEDLECRAFT. 1st 2nd. -F
hog 2.50
products 1.25 ( 1st. 2nd. 183 Best made outfit for dolls ---__________________________ .50 .25 J1.ft1' '.
FRUITS. I 109 Best embroidered lingerie set, night dress, tidies, skirt___ 1.50 1.00 184 Best specimen of mending .........___________________ .50 .25 .
1st. 2nd. 185 Best specimen of darning ............... .50 .25 -
110 Best embroidered white luncheon set not less than seven'pieces -------------- :
37 Best exhibit of citrus fruit ___________________________ 1.00 .50 .
186 Best specimen of crochet work _______________________ ( "
38' Best ten pounds in _______________ ______________________________________________ 1.50 1.00 .50 .25
pecans grown county 2.00 1.00 187 Best specimen of knitting ____________ ,
__ __ __________ .50 .25
111 Embroidered pillow cases ____ __ _____ 1.00 .50 ---------------- \;
39 Best less than __________
Japan persimmons, not a dozen 1.00 .50 112 Embroidered bed room set, scarf, sheet and pollow cases 1.50 1.00 188 Best specimen of tatting _____________________________ .50 .25 t ,
40 Best agricultural exhibit _______________
-------------- lp.00 10.00 189 Best specimen of hemstitching __________________ .50
113 Embroidered night robe _____________________________ 1.00 .50 ------ .25 .
LIVE STOCK. 114 Embroidered shirt. waist _____________________________ 1.00 .50 190 Best sofa cushion ---____________:.___________________ .50 .25
1st. 2nd. 115 Embroidered dress, child's ____________________________ 1.00 .50 191 Best specimen raffia work ----1-------------__________ J>0 .25 ;
41 Best milch cow ____________________________..._______ 4.00 2.00 116 Embroidered Hand made baby outfit __________________ 1.50 1.00 192 Best picture frame ----------------------------_______ .50 .25 ; 't.
42 Best bull ____________________________________________ 4.00 2.00 117 Embroidered towels __________________________________ .75 .50 193 Best model hat rack -________________________________ .50.25 :-
43 Best beef steer ______________________________________ 4.00 2.00 118 Best speciment cut work _____________________________ 1.00 .50 194 Best towel rack --------------------------------______ .50 .25 <1
44 Best calf under one year old __________________________ 2.00 1.00 119 Best specimen punch work ____________________________ 1.00 .50 195 Best coat hanger -----_______________________________. .50 .25
45 Best sample of the old razor back hog __________________ 2.00 1.00 120 Best specimen Cardanger _____________________________ 1.00 .50 GRAND PRIZE.
46 Best boar, any breed _________________________________ 3.00 "1.50 121 Mest specimen Battenburg ____________________________ 1.00 .50 1st. 2nd. 3rd. ,
47 Best sow, any breed ________________________________ 3.00 1.50 122 Best speciment filet lace _____________________________ .50 .25 196 A grand prize will be given for the best collective .
48 Best litter of pigs, any breed _________________________ 3.00 1.50 123 Best specimen Irish lace _____________________________ .50 .25 exhibit made by parties of voting precincts. '"
49 Best stallion ________________________________________ 4.00 2.00, 124 Best crocheted luncheon set __________________________ 1.00 .50 Each voting precinct will be expected to compete "
50 Best mare __________________________________________ 4.00 2.00 I 125 Best collective exhibit of crocheted laces _______________ 1.00 .50 for this prize ______________________________20.00 10.00 5.00


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,, their way home attended the Wil- this place, as assistants. I i
liams-Dubose wedding at Sardis Mr. Adam Andrews, of near Lake
'.f.-. ''A. church.J. Butler, with his family moved to Law- I
:r;. i.tf t S. Brown was in Jacksonville last tey the first of-last week. CARLOADI;
County News Items week on business connected with the Mr. R. B. Jackson transacted busi- I II J
2 r Brown Gin Co. nes sin Jacksonville last Thursday.Mr. .
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t\\ t. N. D. Wainwright, of Starke, gov- W. L. Wall, of Starke, was a
ernment here busines svisitor in the first of
gin reporter, was on Lawtey ROOFING
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: f. ,rwElal Hcto Gathered During till business connected with that positionlast the week.
';L'l' Retfular Com pondcntfc Monday.Mr. Rev. W. Handley, of Jacksonville,
; and Mrs. Rube Glover, of Lake preached at Grace M. E. church last I I I
Butler, visited at the home of Mr. and Sunday, both morning and evening.
Mrs. Sebron Dukes last Sunday. Edward Edwards was a visitor to $1. 25 to $4 per square
t Several folk left here Sunday to beat I Mrs. T. H. Waters and son, Marion, Jacksonville Tuesday.Mr. I
,,::. 'j. RISING. the Black! 1der-Roberts weddingnear were in Lake. Butler Monday shop- H. D. Randall was transacting __a ___ : I II
J:. ------ Dukes. ping.Mr. business in Jacksonville last Thurs-
J: : .. :: Mr. and'Mrs. Newn Mott visited at and Mrs. Ollie Thomas, of Mid- day.Mr.
;:;. 'the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Lewis MILLER. way, attended church here Sunday. J. B. Florrid was a visitor to I I. f
aLi<: II 'last Sunday. D. L. Bowers, of Oklahoma, with Lawtey the first part of the week. I
f.l.-;.. / Mr. Jim Sapp was our singing professor headquarters in Gainesville, spent a Mr. M. L. Loadholtz was a visitor to COMPOSITIONI
are fine
farmers having weatherfor
t last Saturday. Our part of the week here prospecting for Jacksonville Thursday.Mr. .
_k If::'. '. Corn is being gathered now and ev- harvesting their cotton crop. If oil and gas. He has secured quite a H. R. Sapp moved his stock of I :
erybody seems to be well pleased att"O' this fine weather continues we will number of leases on large tracts of general merchandise to the two-story i : I Ij
" 0 the abundant yield. soon be through picking. The cropis land and will begin boring wells soon, building of Mr. Enoch Griffis, near the :1 H SHINGLES
t'e : Every man who is selling cotton the. S.shortest Brown, we was have in Gainesville had in years.J. as the tests have been very encourag- post office last week and Mr. M. L. : I
on
4t. '' \ now wears a smile at the high price ing.Hon. Loadholtz moved his market and gro- I '
V' > business one day last week.J. E. S. Matthews of Starke j I i
, 'f t' he receives. wasa cery store into the vacated building.
,I Thelma the little daughter L Brown made a business trip to pleasant visitor here last Prof. of
:: Last week, Friday. and Mrs. L. L. Blackburn, $4.75
r: of Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Lewis, had Lake Butler Monday.Mr. The ladies of the Methodist church Bowling Green, are pleasantly locatedin I
f t r t':.. the misfortune of falling on a pitch- .'and Mrs. M. W. Douglass, of will give a birthday social at the Ma- a suite of rooms at the Jackson Ho- T
,' fork, but only one prong stuck in thechild's Ellisville, Columbia county, visited rel- sonic hall this evening. All are invit- tel. I .oaoc. .0=0. ,0:10' ,
# thigh, not going so very deep atives in our community last Sunday.B. .
".j .t in the flesh, but it made a painful' .E. Brown made a business trip ed.Dr.. F. L. Brown, state vice presi- Drives Out Malaria,Builds Up SystemThe I
:, wound.. She is now much improved. Mrs. W. M. Thomas, of Alachua, dent of the Farmers Union, will lec- Old Standard general strengthening tonic Quigly Lumber & Supply Co. ,; ; .
There was a sing at Mr. T. A. Craw spent the week-end with her parents, ture at the Masonic Hall Tuesday GROVE'S TASTELESS chill TONIC.dri.rsoutMalariaeDrichet upthetystetn.
tbeblood.indbuildi
Mr. and Mrs. I. E. Thomas, of this 11th. the Benefits of adults and children. 60c-
ford's last Saturday night. evening, Sept. on A true tonic. For Starke Fla.
,I place. Organization. All farmers and their ,
l Mrs. S. V. Stokes returned to her wives are earnestly requested to be Tell it to the Telegraph and you tell !
r ELARBEE. home at LaCrosse last Saturday, after present. everybody. AdvertiM. _
spending several at the home
days
Rev. L. A. Cunningham, of Oconee, : o
of her son, N. H. Stokes.
" ,''jJ.:. Rev, J. M. Futch filled his regular Barney and Algar Thomas, with Ga., formerly pastor of the Christian
Saturday and church here, was a pleasant visitor to I
at McAlpin
appointment their sisters :
., Misses Lulu and Virgie,
,:4 t t... returned home Monday night. attended church at New Hope last Hampton Tuesday.The S-l
-\ Mr..and Mrs. J. M. Futch were attending Sunday. county road gang, under the supervision -
'"_ to business in Raiford Fri- of Capt. J. B. Dowling, are We the Doctor
day. camped here and engaged in making Help :
I r Mr. J. D. Green and family were visitors WOODLAWN PARK. necessary repairs on our public roads.
1.. here Sunday. i. Rev. H. E. Ridenour will fill his regular -
:: Miss Maude Futch, accompanied by Ii appointments here on Saturday .
.: at Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Howard, of Dukes .
church
at and
11 o'clock
attended morning
Vt ,
Mr. B. F. Jones, Sunday
LSyr' Mt. Pleasant Sunday. attended. preaching here Sunday.Mr. both morning and evening.Mrs. You call the doctor because you need his services. .
Mr. John Sapp, of Alachua, is here A. Tison, of Jacksonville, visi- L. 0. Boyles is home again, after "

I' :" spending.a few days with his sister, ted here. R.Saturday H. Green and was Sunday.Mr. transacting. an extensive visit in North Caro He calls on us because HE needs OUR services.
Mrsfl J. M. Futth.r" .
:
Miss Maude Futch and Mr. B. F. business in Jacksonville 'Monday. lina.Broadus Hardin returned Sunday ..
Jones were visiting at the State Farm Mr. Enoch Griffis, of Lawtey, wasa from Gastonia, N. C., where he has We help him to cure you by accurately compounding -
visitou here Tuesday.in the interest
o ir"{j" '. Sunday Mr. John afternoon.Waters, of Raiford. spent of the Lawtey Telephone Co. spent Rev.the W.summer.T. McGuire filled his regu- his prescriptions from pure, full-strength
Mr. Mrs. J. S. Norman
and
t Saturday and Sunday at the home of were lar appointments here Sunday morning -
) Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Futch. attending to business in Starke Mon- and evening. remedies. And---WE NEVER SUBSTITUTE.. L

Mr. B. F. Jones was visiting at Elar- day.Mrs. Clyde G. Mullady has resigned his ..
Y ... bee Sunday. L. Hicks, of Plant City, is vis- position with the depot force and he :--: ..
"t ti'", Mr. Hardie Harris was in Raiford iting week. relatives and friends here this will enter school. He is succeeded by If you would get the FULL benefit of your doctor's knowledge t1 ;
Saturday. Mr. Wamble, of Plant City.
business
on Mr. Clifford Andrews, Brooker, I skill his THIS l
I and bring prescriptions.to store.Mitchell's v was visiting here Sunday.Mr. -
1 GRAHAM. C. S. Addison, of Sapp, visited LAWTEY.Wilmot 5

,' Mr. R. B.Warren, of St. Petersburg, here .Sunday.Mr. W. H..Norman was a visitor to Drug StoreM
,,1 is shaking hands with his many acquaintances Lawtey Tuesday. Brown came down from Hil- ,
.j. here this week and visiting Misses Irene Rhoden, and Debbie liard and spent Sunday at the home of
;r- at the home of his sister, Mrs. D. Phillips, accompanied by 0. J. Phillips his parents, Dr. and Mrs. G. W.
J. Byrd. were shopping in Starke Wednes- Brown.. I.
STARKE FLA.
Mrs. W. A. Bailey and children, of day.Mr. Revival services are being held at .
Lake Butler, have returned home, alter M. R. Kersey was a visitor here the M. E. church, South, this week. --
spending a pleasant week in the Saturday nigh The first part of the week the services j s S
home,of Mr. H. D. Wasdin. A party composed of the following were conducted by Rev. A. T. Gallo- ---
i4. Private Arley Rence Reynolds, of motored over to Heilbronn Springs way, the pastor, assisted by Rev. T. .s
Xr the U. S. army, ,spent Sunday here Sunday afternoon: Misses Debbie Phil- L. Z. Barr, of Starke, Rev. I. C. Jen- .-,'
with his brother, Forrest Reynolds. lips, Mabel Carter, Messrs. W. F. Wal- kins, the presiding elder is expectedto :..0: '
..
,1 Mrs. Geo.: Stone has successfully ters,C. S. Addison and 0. J. Phillips.Mr. be here sometime during the week :
undergone an operation in St. Augus- J. M. Norman was a visitorto and will assist in the meeting. The :.:
t
tine. We hope she will have a speedy I', Raiford Tuesday. first service in the new church was .... .' "
recovery.Mr. i Elder W. F. Walters filled his reg- held Sunday.Mr. .
and Mrs. A. L. Crews, with lit- ular appointment at the Free Will J. A. Brooks, of Raiford, WitS a 1
tle daughter, Pauline, of Raiford, vis- Baptist church here Sunday.Mr. visitor to Lawtey Monday.Mr. .
the former's L. H. Hill N. D. Foss, of Vidalia Ga. ..
ite dat the home of of Lawtey, was at- was ...
..x brother, Mr. A. C. Crews, of this tending to business here Tuesday here the first part of the week, adjust- .
place, Sunday, returning home Mon- Messrs.. J. H. Moore, W. H. Ed- ing the new cotton gins of Jackson i
'3 wards were visitors here Monday.Mr. & Godwin and H. D. Randall. = t'w
day.Mr.. F. M. Bevill was a recent visitor and Mrs. J. S. Norman visitedin Mrs. M. A. Torode, who has been '
to Jacksonville. the Vanderbilt section Sunday.Mr. spending sometime here at the homeof
Hon. Chesley Fogg, former member and Mrs. E. D.. Hilliard, of tht her son, W. E. Torode, returnedlast I
'v'.7 of the school board, transacted business Vanderbilt section, visited relatives week to her homo in Birmingham.Mr. IL
in Gainesville Saturday. here Saturday and Sunday.Mr. A. A. Smith left Monday for
as Mr. W. L. Harley and wife, of 0. J. Phillips was a visitor to Jacksonville and Tocoi on a business
week-end at the Otarke .
Starker:: spent the Saturday.Mr. trip.Mr.
: home of Mr. and Mrs. E. T, Stewart and Mrs. H. D. Randall, of D. E. Brown, of Jacksonvilb,
i of.this place. Lawtey, motored out here Sunday af visited his family here Sunday.
':Let's all read the Telegraph. It is ternoon.Mr. Mr. J. S. Andrews has sold his old
1 < thrlome.[ paper and gives us all the I IJati. A. Green was transacting busi- Ford car and has bought a new one.
: .county news. 't ess in Lawtey :Monday. Mr. Reason Prescott, of Highland,
Last Wednesday evening Miss Ida Anyone desiring to subscribe to the visited relatives in Lawtey Sunday.
Doling> very delightfully entertained Tt'legraph-the best wekly in the state )Ir. Frank Green, of Jacksonville,
'$few of her young friends at a social should see 0. J. Phillips and have spent Sunday and Monday at the homeof
t pirty at the home of her parents, the county paper sent to them. You Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dinkins.
:"Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Dowling, of this get all important county, state and Messrs. A. L Eradley, J. Allen, R.
-place. At their arrival each guests national news in its columns.Mr. K. Davis, Ed. Eunice, James Lowery, .5 1-
.. ,, ?; asked to suggest their favoritergame and Mrs. J. S. Norman were at- D. Phillips, and four others, whose
..... and when all had arrived many tending to business in Starke Wed- names we have not learned, left on
f'I I interesting games were enjoyed by nesday. Monday for Alalu-ma: to work for Un-
& falL Mr.: W. H. Norman was a visitor to c'e Sam building the soldiers training 1 t .
At a late hour the guests departed, Lawtev Sunday. camps. t
c : thanking Miss Dowling for the pleas- The farmers are besy gathering cot- Mrs. P..L. Dinkins went to Jackson-
; ant'evening spent at her home. ton, which is bringing a fancy prc en ville Sunday to join her husband, and
Those present were Misses Thelma the local market. will make her future home there.
;r Bailey and Minnie Lee Hilton, of Lake I Rev. D. L. Phillips is on the sick Mr. J. C. Robinson, representing the tl
fr Butler, Thelma Newsom, Mabel Byrd; list this week. Starke Telegraph, was transacting !
Messrs. Riley Wasdin, Alvin Wasdin, Mr. Mack Mahone is the latest to business in Lawtey last Friday.
.. Roy Johns, Earnest Dowling, Willie buy a Ford touring car. Mr. Henry Bennett was a visitor to I .
Johns, Seeber Newsom and Rance Anyone here who has any news Jacksonville the first of the week.
Johns. items they desire published in the Telegraph Mr. J. H. Moore was a visitor to
are urged to hand them to the Jacksonville Friday- and Saturday. of We wish to announce to our patrons and the public generally that

NEBO. correspondent not later than Tuesday lust week. we will be ready this usual to their
season as supply needs in the of
night of each week for publication in The sad news of the death of Mrs. way
.', .. ---- Blackwelder the issue of Friday following.Mr. Adeline Goodfellow at the home of her Mules and Horses, and to supply them as usual with first class, depend
Mr. and Mrs. Isaac and Mrs. H. S. Norman visitedin daughter, Mrs. D.1.. Tanksley, in
were visiting the latter's brother, Mr. the Vanderbilt section Sunday.HAMPTON. Jacksonville, last Friday, was received able stock.V .
\ Willie Edenfield, of Columbia county, heic. Mrs. Goodfellow came here
Saturday and Sunday. from Tennessee several years ago, and \ e are ready at any time to leave for the markets. Let us know
Miss Effie Douglass, of Guilford, at- for the past two years has lived in needs in the livestock line and
we will fit
your
tended Sunday school at Oak Grove East Lawtey and had only been in try to your case exactly.
t A. A. Futch returned Monday from
Sunday. Jacksonville a few days. She was over -
Messrs. J. J. Blackwelder, J. J. Leesbure, where he was the guest of 70 years of age. Two sons and
and J. R. Brannen went to Lake City his brother, Attorney T. G. Futch. three daughters. James and Will Good-
:+ 'on business Saturday. Mrs. A. A. Durden and children I fellow, and Miss Della Goodfellow, Wagons Buggies HarnessWe
f J. C. Brown was a business visitor Mrs. A. A. McDonald and Mrs. Mary Mrs. J. H. lloorend Mrs. D. M.
to Lake Butler Saturday. Geiger left Monday for Pablo Beach. Tanksley, survive her to mourn the *
: J. C. Brannen was visiting friends Miss Evelyn Colson is pending the loss of a devoted mother. The inter-
in Columbia county Saturday and Sun- week here as the guest of Miss Madge ment took place in Pulaski, Tenn., her well stocked I
,'. day. Middleton. old home. Mrs. Tanksley and Mrs. are on Wagons, Buggies and Harness and have

T'" Mr. Albert Feagle, og Columbia Master Gerald Middleton is home Moore accompanied the body to Ten- another carload in transit, to arrive within a few days. We can supply
.
county was in our section Sunday.Mr. again after spending several monthsin nessee.
and Mrs. N. A. Conner visited North Carolina.R. Mrs. 0. L. Thomas and son, Harold, your needs in this line at very reasonable prices.
I \he latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Rawley, assisted by M. L. of Crawford, spent from Saturday to
.. J. Brannen, Sunday.Mr. Rawley and Victor Allen, has been Wednesday with friends in Lawtey.
Roy Douberly, of near Lulu, busily engaged in repairing the school Rev. W. L. Overstreet and family
was in our burg Sunday.Mr. house, preparatory to opening of the moved to Lake Butler last week. J. W. Andrews & Son 1
and Mrs. H. C. Brannen went fall term of school. Annual repairson Mr. G. L. Futch was a visitor to is i
,, to Lake Butler Saturday.Mr. a dilapidated school building means Starke Tuesday.The .
W. J. Renfroe, of Bland, Ala- a shorter term of school and a finan- Lawtey Junior High School be- ,,
a chua: county, was visiting relatives in cial leakage that taxpayers can ill gan its term Monday with the enroll-

e, our, section Friday. afford.to ment of about 100 pupils and the following STARKE FLORIDA.
: Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland Williamson, Lake City one day last week. corps of teachers: Prof. L. L. ,
of Lake Butler, were visiting relatives Eurie Spires, Furman Stokes and Blackburn, Misses Loca Johnson, of

here. _0 Sunday._ -- -- Wilbur Brown attended the big meet- Raiford, Miss Doris Law, of Starke,
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1917. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA. PAGE TWENTYONENewt i

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LAKELAND.-Considerable inter- KISSIMMEE.-Isolated as Floridais Vega read the letter he went immed- YOUR WIFE CAN USE IT.
est is being manifested in the displayof from other states it Jias been diffi- iately to Chief Henderson's office for
of Florida in Short Paragraphs. I two bunches of rice stalks in front cult for this section to realize that advice. Detective Lieutenant Thomaswas -
of the State Bank during the past few our country is at war, but the realiza-(r called in consultation and Wednesday If you are away from home and
s sasasagiaaBBas a isiinniSBS s M Bgsg M a iiiiiiiiiiii days. The two hills support about two I tion was brought closer this week afternoon slipped into the Casino one of your horses takes the colic your
dozen stalks and upon each one there I when the lumber mills in this vicinitywere I and made an inspection of the lavatory wife can treat him if she has Farris'
[Live State NewsTold are from to two heads of rice. This commandeered for Federal ser- where the blackhander had desired Colic Remedy in the house. It is easy t_
display was brought in from the farmof vice. Last week J. Wade Tucker was j i! the money to be placed. They to use. Just drop it on the horse's f,
A. H. Devane, president of the State notified to appear at Jacksonville to : told Mr. Vega to go to the Casino at tongue and in thirty minutes he is re-
by Our Exchanges. I. Bank of Lakeland, which is located meet with a special government official his usual time and to have the package lieved. Get it today. You may need '
I about eight miles from Plant City, I I who represented the emergency with him, carrying it in his hand so it tomorrow. Sold by DeWitt C. Jones t
....'- along the Alafia river. The farm contains i fleet building corporation. About 25 that it might be noticed by any one on Starke, Fla. Sept 7.14.21.28.
'. JACKSONVILLE.-One of the lar- JACKSONVILLE. Jackson- about eighty acres, fifty of whichis of the large lumber concerns of Flor- the lookout for him, and, exactly at
shipments of beef cattle receivedin ville Garment Manufacturing Com- planted in rice. ida were present and offered their ser- 8:45: o'clock to go into the toilet room VAN SWEARINGEN BE ATTORNEY .
gets this city since it became such an im- pany has been awarded an additional -- vices to the nation. :These were accepted and deposit it in the water tank, and GENERAL OF FLORIDA

portant packing center, came in last contract for 450 dozen pairs of gar- MIAMI.-"Yes, we got 18 little nig- and the representatives were notified also pour a bottle of indelible red ink -
solid train of 35 that from this time forth govern- into the tank and that they would do Van C. Swearingen, former '
Thursday night on a ments per week for soldiers in the gers in the cooler now, ranging from mayorof
cattle from United ment orders must have precedence over the rest. At 7:30 o'clock they left the Jacksonville, and now
cars The were brought States army. This makes a eight to thirteen years old, but I'm practicing
the ranch of King brothers in DeSoto total of 900 dozen pairs of garmentsper trying to get 'em discharged as soon all others, in fact, no other lumbercan headquarters and went in a machineto attorney of that city, has been ap- i
county and were consigned to the In- week that this concern is under as I can find the judge, because it'll be sawed until government workis Eighth avenue and Fifteenth street pointed attorney general of Florida
disposed of.TARPON and, by agreement, sent Officer Graves to succeed T. F. West, who has been
terstate Stockyards. contract to make for the army, and cost us $36 to feed them until tomor-
will extend until about March, 1, 1918, row morning at court time," said Ser- into the lavatory. This was at 8:45. appointed to the supreme court bench

DAYTONA.-Mrs W. H. Dye has approximately more than $175,000 geant Linstrom Saturday morning.The SPRINGS.-Business at They gave him instructions and then
public library worth of clothes, and meaning an increase bold capture of this army of lit- the other thre officers took their placeson ALACHUA COUNTY BOY WITH
the a
Daytona
made the Sponge Exchange was boominglast the outside of the building at differ- PERSHING.
gift in the form of her library in the number of employes of tle negroes was made after court time
handsome week, the transactions for one day ent points, but within calling distance.
between and
150 this
of 111 volumes on general sub) 175 persons. morning, when Policemen Star- -
totalling $30,000. There have been Everything went as planned. Mr.
jects. In presenting the books Mrs. ling and Linstrom caught them mak- many'sales in the history of the exchange Vega deposited the package at 8:45as John T. Stokes, of LaCrosse, was in
wrote a note, saying that her love ing an attack on a motor-boat downon the city yesterday and stated
Dye TAMP-Edwin D. Lambright, for the which amounted to more than instructed and then went to his that he
river.
for beautiful Daytona and interest in They were using various was in receipt of a letter from his
$30,000, but this dy's business was the home. Forty-five minutes afterwardsthe son
eighteen years connected with the kinds of mud stones, sticks, and Norris
the f
its growth and advancement gives any that has been transacted for Stokes, who enjoys the distinc-
largest man who was subsequently arrested
Tribune for the last several other kind of missiles that could -
in presenting these volumes, years as be tion of being the Alachua
pleasure editorial some weeks. There are a good manyof walked into the lavatory, stood only county
obtained.
humbly believing that they will be a writer, took charge as act- the boats in the scattered boy with Gen. Pershing's command in
,out gulf up and reached into the water tank,
ing postmaster of Tampa at
blessing to many hearts and homes. midnight France. Norris writes that the Amer-
along the coast from the mouth of the extracting therefrom the package. He I i
Friday He
night. will be in his new
office in the Federal ORLANDO. The announcementthat Anclote to Cedar Key, some of them tore some paper from around it and ican troops are in good shape, and he
building, begin-
YRHILLS-Dr. W. C. Rice, the land had been with their nearly completeand about is actually enjoying army life.-
ZEP, ning Saturday morning. Mr. Lamb- necessary secured cargoes was to open the can when Officer I
physician of this place, in the southwest section the others at work loading Graves Gainesville Sun.CALOMEL .
a prominent right spent all of last evening check- of busily up. walked in and the man attacked ,
was drowned in Zephyr Lake Saturday ing up with Cashier P. D. Bush, who city for the construction shops and During the past two weeks sudden him. Graves blew his whistle .
afternoon while bathing with friends.It acted as the representative of Capt. yards of the Atlantic Coast Line was squalls on the gulf have been frequent and the other police officers were im- DYNAMITES
is said he got beyond his depth and James McKay, the retiring postmasterwho made Saturday by Lord & Bradshaw, which interferes with the work of the mediately on hand and in time to see
not being a good swimmer, drowned resigned recently.GAINESVILLE.Cotton. local real estate agents, who have beenin sponge gatherers. the man with the package in his hands A SLUGGISH LIVER 1
before help could reach him. Dr. Rice consultation with the railroad peo- and that his hand was red from the It. .
was a prominent Mason and highly esteemed ple for some time in the matter. The ink poured into the tank. He was takento Crashes Into Sour Bile, making ,
by all who knew him, and the growers location of the yards will extend for TAMPA.-Fifty old style Spring- police headquarters where he con- You Sick and You Lose J I II
town is saddened by his death. He I I I in the eastern three-quarters of a mile south of the field rifles have been loaned to the fessed sending the letter.
portion of the
county a Day's Work.
Junior American Naval Reserve by the
leaves a wife and two small children. complain that the excessive rains present freight and passenger depot .1 I
are cf the company. The large increasein Catholic College. The rifles are of the
seriously damaging their cotton Calomel salivates! It's
crops.E. pattern used by the United States mercury.
freight and traffic of the
SANFORU Ihe first cotton for R. B. Kite has 63 acres at Orange passenger Calomel acts like dynamite
gin the and on a sluggish
to
company in this city is responsible for army prior Spanish war, The Beauty Secret. i
Seminole county began running last Heights which ought to yield him fifty these new improvements here, and it were bought by Father Lawton, who liver. When calomel coma into I
week when L. A. Bradley, enterprising bales, but he says he will do wellif is understood the total expenditureswill was president of the college in 1907 Ladies desire that irresistible contact with sour bile it crashes into i
farmer and chairman board of county it picks out twenty-five bales and exceed $150,000. and 1908, when military drill was taken it, causing cramping and nausea. I I
commissioners set up a large 80 saw every day's rain will reduce that esti- up under the direction of Father charm-a good If you feel bilious, headachy, constipated : .
gin for the ginning of his cotton. Mr. mate. Mr. Kite says all the talk abouta Otis. The drill was abandoned in 1907 4 b complexion. Of course ,and all knocked out, just go '
Bradley has some 100 acres of short big cotton crop this year is all hum- LIVE 'OAK.-Marshal Kincaid and and since that time the rifles have they do not wish others to your druggist'and get a 50 cent
cotton and expects to gather some 80 bug, for in his opinion there will be a Deputy Abe Ramis made an important been stored, except a few used for ,I:__ bottle of Dodson's Liver Tone, whichis
90 bales and the tremendous shortage jn the Be- of last week 1/1 \A to know a beautifier harmless
or realizing difficultyof crop. capture on Thursday decorative purposes. It undoubtedlywas a vegetable substitute for
getting the cotton ginned elsewhere sides the daily rains which prevent the when they apprehended two white men these rifles that Governor Catts 'f} i has been used so they dangerous calomel. Take a spoonfuland
'he promptly installed a gin for himself picking, growers are having troublein who gave their names as J. B. Turn- charged were "stored in the cellar of f X buy a bottle of if it doesn't start your liver and
and any other person that happens to getting pickers.LEESBURG.Hagan. bill and Fred Hulbert. The officers the Catholic church in Tampa," dur- straighten you up better and quicker ,
have cotton to gin. \ I had been notified to be. on the watch ing his campaign for governor. The Magnolia Balm than nasty calomel and without mak- l

for a five-passenger automobile of a rifles, however, were not stored in the ing you sick, you just go back and get .
ST. AUGUSTINE.-A local & Cameron, certain description which had been basement of the church, as there is LIQUID FACE POWDER your money.If ,
ist that motor- of Sanford, recently bought five thou- stolen in Leesburg a day or two prev- none, and the purpose of their 'stor- and u..according to simple directions. Improve you take calomel today you'll be
reports twenty-three cars sand acres of land in Lake county to ious. They took their stand near Gum age there apparently is far from the ment is noticed. at OB .. ,Soothing cooling: andicfreshing. sick and nauseated tomorrow; besidesit
were pulled out of the mire on the Heals Sunburn stops Tan.
add to the one thousand they already Slough and had not long to wait be- the in his salivate
while if
.short stretch of bad road between the reason assigned by governor Pink. WlItr.Roae.Red.75c may you, you take
t
Putnam line .and He owned there. The property was pur- fore the car came into sight. The speeches. The rifles are loaned to the d Drugg46.r b moil dins. .9 Dodson's Liver Tone you will wake up
county Hastings.
chased with the object of establishing men were placed under arrest and with Naval Reserve until they get their feeling great, full of ambition and
said that two negroes with a team of in Lake Sample (either color) for 2c:. Su p.
county one of the largest the machine in tow, were brought to
which includes rifles.
equipment, ready for work or play., It's harmless,
four mules were busy all day helping stock ranches in the state. The firm town and the men jailed. The officers i Lyon Mfr.Co. 40 South Fifth St..Brooklyn.N.Y. and
I pleasant safe to give to children
motorists. The i ;
cars were so deeply has ample money now in bank to carryout of Lake county were notified of then they like it. (13-4%
)
bogged that they were unable to extricate their gigantic plans, and as soo arrest and on Saturday deputy sheriff TAMPA.-Caught in the act of attempting I

themselves with their own power. as possible all necessary arrangementswill Thompson of that county, accompanied to obtain money that he had The Quinine That Does Not Affect the Head
One big Cadillac car was smashed be completed to fence in the en by the owner of the car came up solicited through a "black hand' let- Because of Us tonic and laxative effect LAXATIVE Piles Cured In e to H Days
when another car plowed throughthe tire tract, together with other prep and carried the prisoners and machine ter addressed to a prominent cigar BROMO QUININE is better than ordinary You druggist ails will refund. money of II PAZO,
OINTMENT to eer ease Jtcninjf.
the mud Cadillac., refusing to steer, crashed into arations for establishing the stock back with them, after paying a rewardof maker, Fernando Maseda was placed Quinine ringing In and heed.doe Remember not cause the nervousness full name and nor Blind.Bleeding Protruding any Piles in 6tol4day t.
farm contemplated. $25 to the arresting officers. under arrest Friday night. When Mr. look for the signature of E. W. GROVE. Me. The first application vivts Ease and Rest. Si tv

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There can no longer be any doubt about the boll farmers to hedge against a probable failure of cottonis Something like 3,000 head of hogs in Bradford

weevil having reached Bradford County. He is here to get into the hog business and get into it now.A County have been vaccinated with our serum and vi- ,

and is doing his deadly work. A game fight on the few good brood sows pastured and cared for rus. Many of these hogs have been exposed to chol- I -:

part of the farmers will make it possible for some of will yield as much money to their owner as a big field era this season. Ask their owners what they think !

of cotton.
them to'raise cotton at a profit next year. With oth- of Inter-State Serum and Virus as a preventive of
Modern science has placed hog raising on a

ers cotton planting will be done at a loss. The trou- safe basis by controlling cholera through the simul- cholera. .

ble comes in knowing which class you will belong taneous method of vaccinating-treating with both In order that Bradford County farmers might

serum and virus. No farmer should undertake to conveniently secure serum and virus the Bank of '
to.At
best the business will be hazardous, and no raise.hogs without vaccinating them. The insurance Starke kindly offered to take charge of a local station '

farmer should fail to hedge against the failure that against loss is well worth the cost. The loss of one for us. You can secure a supply whenever it is ,

may come to him. good hog will cost you more than the vaccination of needd by calling on Mr. T. H. Halligan, cashier of the

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fit. SEPTEMBER 7.. 1917-....

FLORIDA TO HAVE TWO BIG : 00 0 00 000 <$> 0000 UNION CHAPEL BURNED.The jII tI..
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rI D.C.j MEETING STATE S. S. CONVENTIONSThe > 0 :
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little church known as Union STARKE
sixteenth annual conventions of 0 Chapel, situated northeast of TemplesMill II ro VULCANIZING
: WORKS
'1 of
AT JACKSONVILLECall Florida Sunday schools will be held (Henry Dwight Sedgwick was burned to the ground last
this year, one in the city of Daytona, i I J the Vigilantes.) o Thursday night, about 12 o'clock.How
at which time the tri-cities, Daytona, I d000004P000000000Max I I the fire originated is not known. O' Robert Burrows, Manager 2g '
Daytona Beach and Seabreeze will be
Is Sent Out by Gen. Ayer the hosts, and the other in Pensacola, Muller, the great Oriental The church was and open served to all also the as denominations a- Bring your old tires to us for vulcanizing. If not p 1-

For October 910th. at metropolis which time will entertain.the churches of that cences scholar of, in infancy editing, tells a friend's how one reminis-of the school building, as a Woodmen hall too badly worn we make them new again and .
and as a meeting for the farm clubs of
earliest incidents that friend could
Last the that remember save
first you
was
year year the money 'I
neighborhood. It was not fully
how he first the
OCALA, Sept. 5.-Confederate veterans two conventions were held in the stateit was saw
stars. One night he felt cold, shiv- paid for, and the furniture, includingan
of the Florida Division will hold being found that Florida's geo- OLD TIRES BOUGHT
f their annual reunion October 9-10th, graphical extent was so great as to necessitate ered and was frightened, his mother' organ owned by A. G. Dyal, were 0
at Jacksonville, the following call having two separate meetings. picked him up and pointed up to the mostly borrowed. There was no insur- D and I
Quick satisfactory service. Prices
been issued by General Alfred I I Daytona and her two sister citiesare shining stars. "I was full of admira- ance to cover the losses.It reasonable. o
Ayer: preparing for the event with much tion," said the friend, "and thoughtmy is probable that the school board We appreciate your patronage.
To all camps of Confederate Veter anticipation. The commercial club has mother had made them very pret- will assist in erecting a new buildingin I.
ans in the State of Florida. Greeting, pledged its support to the convention, tily." place of the one destroyed, to be STARKE VULCANIZING WORKSIn
comrades: and the churches, the Palmetto club This serves as an allegory. Our used as a school house.
The general commanding gives nO- and other civic organizations have solidly Mighty Mother, America, takes her rear of Bottling Works
tice that a meeting of the Florida state promised to bend every effort to children in her arms, and allays their Tell it to the Telegraph and you tell o Starke, Fla.
division was held in Washington dur- make this gathering one of really' fears by pointing to the bright stars Advertise 00 | .
everybody.
ing the late general reunion of Con- large proportions. Daytona's doors that crown the flag. When we are =0. .oao..oso' : *
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federate Veterans held in that city in are wide open to the Sunday school children we think that our Mighty .
June last and it was decided to hold hosts of Florida. The convention will Mother has made those stars and that =
the next reunion of the Florida divis- open on the night of Thursday, Oct. she has made them well. But whenwe r.
ion in Jacksonville owing to its acces- 25th, and will continue through the are grown up, we know that the -I
sibility and other advantages.In 28th, closing that night. The conven- Mighty Mother is made up of our-
pursuance of that decision the tion for the western part of Florida selves, that her great heart is madeup
annual reunion of the Florida state division will open in Pensacola on the after- of all our hearts, and that the stars Our Price Concessions
is hereby called to meet in the noon of Oct. 30th, and will close on she points to are mere emblems of
city of Jacksonville, on Tuesday .and the night of November 1st. justice, righteousness, equality, fra- .
Wednesday, October 9th and 10th, At both these conventions the stel- ternity, temperance, fortitude and
lar attraction will be John L. Alexan- whatever other virtues_ __ ennoble. hu ,.
1917.These dates are fixed so as to give der, of Chicago, who is known around j i manity. The Mighty Mother longs to All that we ask is an opportunity to ..
those Veterans who expect to attend the world as the greatest living 'teen show these stars to all her children,
the fraternal gathering of the "Blue age specialist and all around Sunday whether they are born into cradles over l
and the Gray" at Vicksburg, Miss., on school man. For years connected with here or whether they have emigrat- show you our select stock of fine
*. October 16th and 17th, ample time to the Y. M. C. A. and later with the ini- ed from foreign lands; but the Mighty 1
). make the necessary preparations for tial Boy Scout movement, Mr. Alexan- Mother can only do this,if we, one and
%' so doing.In der has brought to the Sunday school all, endow her with the strength and
, '"' view of the perilous times thru work a brain and heart equipped sec- the will to do it. FURNITURE and RUGSWhen
r which the nation is now passing nothing ond to none. Mr. Alexander will appear It is our Mighty America who is
i,, in the shape of social entertain- at every session of the conven- now calling to us to make the stars up-
g" menu will be expected by us as the tions, and promises, by the subjects on our flag stand for real things.Nowis
: guests of our host city; rather it is to announced for his addresses, to thrill the opportunity for all her sons to ,
, :\ ; be expected that the reunion will be his hearers with the great messagesof perform their Mother's wish. Our you see it, with the very low priceswe
', 4 restricted almost exclusively to busi- life. first step is the bitterness of war; we :
| ness concerning the good of the organ- Efforts are being made to secure must do all the seemingly inhuman are making, you will know that we are
, I ization. 1<*H| Senator Park Trammell for one ad- acts that war imposes upon us. Then
. [f: / Nevertheless it is pleasing for the dress and if Congress adjourns in time when the war shall be ended, and we making a great effort to help you over the
Is commanding general to take this oct he will be present. can say to our Mighty Mother, behold, ,
, '. casion to say that the "world war," Many splendid local speakers will' your children have brought you the high price that is the
wave sweeping
;: great as it is, will in no wise dim the appear on the program. Among these ripe fruits harvested by the great over
1 r. lustre nor diminish" the valor of tbT may be mentioned the Rev. Dr. C. H. scythe of war, there are no more Tsarsor
' Confederate soldier that he has leftC French, newly elected president of Kaisers in Europe, the people of country. If you have not bought furniture ;
. recorded on so many forced marches Rollins College, and a man of remark- Europe are all free men, no longer
. '. and hard-fought battlefields which is able power and eloque'ice. Another bound to commit acts of injustice at here come and let us show you why you i}
; the nation's heritage and he full believes college man of magnetic address who the bidding of selfish lords, but free
I; \ will act as an inspiration to will appear is Prof. C. M. Brittain, of to follow the kindly instincts of man. should do so now. Our goods and prices 1.
I r those young men who are now called! Columbia College, Lake City. Then the Mighty Mother will feel
, ; to the colon. Both conventions will be entertained that she, too, is free; no longer threatened are convincing. \
I' The Confederate soldier was paid a on the Harvard plan, and mixed in *by foreign armies and navies, no
I:i F beautiful and fitting tribute at the with the program will be banquets and more obliged to train her sons with
; F Washington reunion by the President pleasure rides, and those many splen- sword and rifle, she will be free to
=; f of the United States and others in authority did affairs which delight the hearts of work the works of human justice. And
i as well'as those holding high delegates.Mr. we. her children, may hope to see hergird Johns Furniture CompanySTARKE :' .
I *' official rank in the Grand 9rmy of the j R. C. Weidler, general secretaryof up her loins for the great tasks
: I Republic. the Florida Sunday School Associa- of democracy; to abate the privilegesof
| Practically serving without pay and tion, who is making direct prepara- the too-favored classes, to repress
|, J on half rations and some of the time tions for these events, has recently luxury, to give all men greater oppor- FLA.Decision
;; T: on no rations at all, it was said of himi visited both Daytona and Pensacola, tunities for the individual pursuit of .
f by Corporal Tanner: "Than the Con- and is enthusiastic in his praise of the happiness, to save waste by vast cooperative -
i; i federate soldier the world has never interest taken in both these towns. effort, to extend the spiritof
i l\\r given a greater istance of courage Mr. Weidler, in commenting on these democracy to all the great indus- .
, and devotion." two meetings said, "We hope to make tries, railroads, shipping, petroleum,
, In this connection it is pleasing also these conventions the best ever held sugar, copper, iron and steel, lumber,
i.' to announce that the railroads enter- in Florida. That will be difficult to agriculture, etc.
-, : ing Jacksonville have cheerfully given do,as past conventions have been most But before we enter the Promised r
" l the accustomed half fare to those splendid,but the spirit and enthusiasm Land we must cross the Red Sea of
? f attending the reunion and many of the displayed by the entertaining towns, War. The Mighty Mother will lead us
* ; hotels and boarding houses will also and the interest manifested by peo- on; from our strength she will toughenher
{;i' make reduction in rates. ple in every part of the state, and the will, from our endurance she will ,
' t t It is hoped that all camps will fork quality of those who will take part in be able to endure, from our resolve to !
' ward the camp dues and be fully represented the program justify the predictionthat conquer she will conquer, and from our
', |t,: at the annual reunion on the these conventions will exceed in going into this war not with hatred,
: f dates above named, as questions of influence any which have gone be- but with pity, not for revenge but in
' 'L importance. are coming up for discus- fore. Mr. E. H. Shoemaker, of Day- order to help, she will be able to be- .Y
"fr'- SIOI. tona, president of the Volusia County have with kindness and affection to all
,- By command of .Sunday School Association, and Mr. the peoples of Europe.
:/: ALFRED AYER, J. B. Perkins of Pensacola, presidentof 0, Mighty Mother, we dedicate our-
. t Maj.-Gen. Commanding. Escambia County Sunday School selves to thee.
'[k Attest: Association, have the work of arrange-
"it FRANK HARRIS, ments well in hand, and have gathered 16 OUNCE LOAF OF BREAD ROR The distinguishing mark of the successful business man is decision. He plansa
> 'l Adjt-Gen. and Chief of Staff. about them men and women of 10 CENTS MAY BE POSSIBLE
. F their towns capable of giving every course of business policy and sticks to it.

: MERCHANTMEN ARE BEING detail of the planning adequate prep- Cheaper
; CONVOYED BY NAVAL FORCES aration. These conventions will be as Hoover Says Until Bak- The writer of this advertisement happens to know that the biggest farmer in

i : ___ them broad, as and a every Kingdom person vision, without can make restriction ers Are Conferred- With. Bradford County began to plan to be a big farmer when he worked for day wages on

!, Loss tacks of Ships Reduced From to Submarine Minimum. At- hearts,", will be welcomed with open WASHINGTON, Sept. 2Prospectsfor a farm, and mighty small wages at that. He planned for the future and he saved

early radical reduction in the nriee part of what he made so that he could carry out his plans.If .
: of bread has vanished, as Herbert
. WASHINGTON, Sept. 1.-That the WHEAT PRICES FIXED AT $2.20. Hoover, food administrator, has an- 'T
would
you succeed in life first of all must
i ; American naval forces have been con- nounced that the best the public can you
. voying merchant vessels across the WASHINGTON, Sept. 1-The basic expect is a sixteen ounce) loaf at ten
1 Atlantic was disclosed by the navy de price of wheat was fixed by the com- cents, or possibly eight cents.
1 partment. missioner at a basis of $2.20, Chica- The price of family flour, however, .
As a result the records show the should be reduced at the present priceof
4 loss of convoyed ships to be less than go.This price applies to No. 1 Northern wheat at least two dollars per bar-
one-half of one per cent. Naval officers spring wheat, and is for the 1917 crop. rel.C.
! believe that an effective system It was submitted by the committee I. Corby, serving for bakers in DecidetoSave '
j of checking the submarine menace is headed by Dr. Harry A. Garfield. The aid of Hoover, said the 16 ounce loaf
|1 being built up. findings were reached after three daysof at ten cents would represent a slight :
deliberation and have been approved reduction of present prices, but no
Three of a KInd. by the President. move would be made toward price reduction -
The loafer, the kicker and the bluffer Labor representatives on the com- until the food administration 4
are three of a kind, and the breed if mittee voted at first for a price of anonunces its plans dealing with th@
Dot conducive to the welfare of any $1.84 and representatives of the farm- baking industry.
community.-Eagle Pass News-Guide. ers for $2.50.' After a long discussion In this we can be of great assistance to you. Deposited in this Bank your save
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a compromise at $2.20 a bushel was I ings grow. We issue fine certificates drawing interest and we have recently openeda
CLIP THIS OUT AND PIN agreed upon unanimously.On .
; the basis of $2.20 at Chicago the savings department, where regular pass books are issued, the interest being add
ON YOUR
WIFE S DRESSER
food administration worked out dif- ed every three months to the amounts deposited.
ferentials for various
grades and .

F Cincinnati Man Tells How. to classes announcing and for the several price terminals.the presidentsaid In M CCIMICII { : Make definite plans for the future and form a strong banking connection to help

Shrivel Up Corns or CallusesSo it is the hope of the food admin- you carry out your plans.
They Lift Off With istration that fixing the price will stabilize t

Fingers. in moderate the market bounds.and keep The prices price with of McCORMICK We especially invite young men who are in earnest about making a success to

flour and bread will be kept down, he take advantage of our facilities for handling their business.
Ouch ? ? This kind of said.
l rough talk will be heard less here in
town if people troubled with corns will C'/' Mowing
r follow the simple advice of this Cin- RACE TROUBLES ON IN LEXINGTON -
cannati authority, who claims that a STREETS.
I few drops of a drug called freezone Machines Bank of Starke"The 1
when applied to a tender, aching corn LEXINGTON, Ky., Sept. 1.-The ,
, .. or hardened callus stops soreness at streets of this city are being patrolled Rakes
once, and soon the corn or callus dries tonight by members of the Kentucky etc.
up and lifts right off without pain. National Guard, together with squadsof
: He says freezone dries immediatelyand extra police, as a result of a seriesof See We
never inflames or even irritatesthe outbreaks between negroes and soldiers us. carry a Bank of Helpful Service"STARKE
surrounding skin. A small bottle in which .several negroes were complete line ofrepairs
will cost very little at any drug store more or less seriously hurt.
t but will positively remove every hard The fighting started when some negroes .
IL f or soft corn or callus from one's feet. resented being pushed aside to :-: FLORIDAE.
Millions of American women will wel- allow soldiers to pass on sidewalks, a
I come this announcement since the inauguration great horde of negroes, here to attenda STARKE BAlOW ARE co. S. MATTHEWS, President. T. H. HALLIGAN Cashier. {
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of the high heels. If your negro fair, having congregated in
druggist doesn't have freezone tell him front of a restaurant and blocked the STARK flyt1".K. ,
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TEACHERS'EXAMINING
CORPSTO Seminole Sanford, Jan. 2. ially the date and place of examina-
DeSoto, Arcadia, Jan. 9. tion to be held in their respective coun-

START' THEIR TOUR OCTOBER 1 Levy Jackson Taylor, Bronson, ,Perry Marianna,,January Jan., Jan.15. 22.29. ties. HOPE HALL. r r"Hope Starke Motor Co.OPEN ,

Or.t"" Franklin, Apalachicola, Feb. 5.

"i TALLAHASSEE-Sept. 5.The I on a special subject must notify the St.Lafayette Johns,,St.Mayo Augustine, Feb. ,12.Feb. 19. Hall" -is the name of one ofFlorida's I DAY AND NIGHT
j I board of examiners of the institutions for the upliftof !
state teachers' examining board, or subjects Polk, Bartow, Feb. 26. I' :
J "flying squadron will begin to fly : twenty days in advance of the time. Lee, Fort Myers, March 5. discharged convicts, located near E
1. on October 1st. The members, Dr. W. i the examination is desired. Manatee, Bradentown, March 12. Hampton, Bradford county. By the
t F. Yokum, Miss Clem Hampton and : Applicants for state primary certi- Columbia, Lake City, March 19. efforts of the Volunteers of America, I \
kiss Christine McDonald are overwhelmed ficates must obtain blanks from the Washington, Vernon, March 26. Hope Hall has sprung into existence.For I' All kinds of Supplies for the Automobile. I j
with inquiries as to the new state superintendent and have these Calhoun, Blountstown, April 2. many years the citizens of Flor- '
: Jaw for the examination of teachers, blanks properly filled out and signed Nassau, Fernandina, April 9. ida have seen the need of some attempt Repairs quickly made t
1: and when the board will begin to travel before examination will be given to an Lake, Tavares, April 16. being made for the reclamationand I by experienced !
i from town to town. To save letter applicant for that grade of certifi- Dade, :Miami, April 23. redemption of released prisoners, .
writing the department of education cate.A. Monroe, Key West, April 30. and now the long looked for relief is workmen. '
:f has had printed a small folder contain- person will be allowed to take the Pinellas, Clearwater, :May 7. at hand. Under the able direction of i iI
ing a brief statement of the provisions examination in any county in the state Putnam, Palatka, May 14. Adjt. and Mrs. L. A. Odom, Hope Hallis
l of the law, the itinerary of the "fly- and a certificate recommended by the Escambia, Pensacola, :May 21. being perfected. With 160 acres of
," and all other board of examiners Bay, Panama fertile land, most of which has been I
( ing squadron necessary and issued by the City, May 28. donated, Starke Motor
( information as to the operations of state superintendent shall have state- Madison, Madison, June 4. farming is the main occu- I Co.
the board, and has presented the facts wide validity. Hernando, Brooksville, June 18. pation of the unfortunate in crime i (
t in as few words as possible. Follow- Enough of the examination shall be Brevard, Titusville, June 25. but fortunates in their new home.The
. ing are the salient features of the fol- conducted orally for the examiners to Broward Fort Lauderdale, July 2. good qualities of the sojourners are 0. L. NASH and R. R. BOATWRIGHT I '
der, which will be read with interest judge the applicant's ability as an in Sumter, Bushnell, July 9. brought out and those who were at
\ by every school man and woman in : structor. Jefferson, Monticello, July 16. one time a burden to themselves and Proprietors
,. mankind generally, are converted into i
Holmes,
the state. Any person failing to make the average Bonifay, July 23.
: board of examiners of teachers Leon, Tallahassee a valuable asset to the country. We
State for the certificate for which he July 30. tV Starke FloridaSHOES
may state that Hope Hall is to be
keptup
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Alachua,
: has applied shall be granted the gradeof Gainesville, August 13. II
Dr. W. F. Young, chairman; Miss certificate for which he makes the Hamilton, Jasper, August 27. readers by voluntary contributions and our I
Clem Hampton, corresponding secre- average. Orange, Orlando, Sept. 3. may reach their goal of mag- .J k
tary; Miss Christine McDonald, recording The law provides that a temporary Osceola, Kissimmee, Sept. 10. nanimity Hampton.by writing the adjutant at :
secretary. certificate shall be valid for teaching Clay, Green Cove Springs, Sept. 17. -Marianna Times-Courier. :I(_
Under chapter 7372 of the Acts of only until the state board of exam- Okaloosa, Crestview, Sept. 24. +
the Florida 'legislature of 1917 the iners shall hold an examination with- It is manifestly impossible to holdex ] CANNING CLUB AGENT. I
state board of examiners of teachers'was in the county or an adjoining county in examination in each county in the.. -
created. which the holder of said temnorarv. I state every year. The following com County Superintendent Poppell received 1
Section 20, chapter 7372 of the acts I certificate is employed. binations have been agreed- upon- for I I a telegram Wednesday from
of 1917, reads: "It shall be the dutyof An applicant for graduate state certificates this year: I Miss Agnes Harris stating that Miss
the state board of examiners to graduate, special certificates, Liberty and Gadsden, Quincy, Nov. Margaret Burleigh, of Tavares, has
prepare all examination questions; to gradhate first grade certificates, grad- 20. been appointed canning club agent for To fit [the wearer and the I
personally conduct all teachers' examinations hate primary certificates shall pay a Liberty and Calhoun, Blountstown, this county. Miss Burleigh is a grad-
oral and written, under fee of $5 and file his diploma, or a April 2.Liberty. uate in home economics and is highly I weather. I
such rules and regulations as the said certified copy thereof, with satisfac- and Franklin, Apalachicola, recommended by Miss Harris. She is I Right in PRICE and
board of examiners may suggest and tory evidence of having taught school Feb. 2.Wakulla at present in Tallahassee receiving a
as shall be approved" by the state boardof successfully for twenty-four months, and Leon, Tallahssee, July course of instruction in canning club I STYLE and the LEATHER. I
education. with the state superintendent of public 30.Wakulla management. R
Any applicant for any certificate before instruction, who with the state boardof Feb. 5.Wakulla. and Franklin, Apalachicola, I Come and about I
being eligible for examination, examiners, will constitute a commission LEMON see us your .
JUICE IS
the to and Jefferson, Monticello, i I ,
shall present to board of examiners pass upon such applica-
a written endorsement of good tions. July 16. FRECKLE REMOVER I Shoes Hats Suits Dry Goods
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I Baker and Columbia, Lake City, '
moral character, signed two
by responsible Below in the schedule of dates and

following examination persons, and fee shall: Applicantsfor pay the 1' ending places, beginning September October 30, 1918 1,: 1917, and ber March Baker 4. 19.and Bradford, Starke, Decem Girls, Make Th';Cheap Beauty and all Furnishings. I I ;

third grade, $1: for second grade, Santa Rosa, Milton, October 2. Lotion to Clear and
J $1.50; for first grade, $2; for primary Suwannee, Live Oak, October 9. Baker and Duval, Jacksonville, Nov. Whiten Your Skin. I t
? $3; for special, $2.50; for state, $5; Hillsborough, Tampa, October 16.- 13. RIGHT GOODS at j:
j. for any class of graduate certificate Volusia, DeLand, October 23. Flagler and St. Johns, Std| AugustineFeb. Squeeze the juice of two lemons in- I I I jr
. issued on diploma, $5. Palm Beach, West Palm Beach, October 19.Flagler. to a bottle containing three ounces the RIGHT PRICES '
The books adopted by the state may 30.Marion. and Volusia, DeLand, Oct. of orchard white, shake well, and you I
be used as a basis for preparation for Ocala, Nevember 6. 23. have a quarter pint of the best freckle .I 1 0
first, second and third grade certifi- Duval, Jacksonville, Nov. 13. Flagler and Putnam, Palatka, May and tan lotion, and complexion I
cates. For other'certificates the same Gadsden, DeFuniak Springs, Nov. 14. beautifier at very, very small cost.
textbooks may be used as a basis that 27. Your grocer has the lemons and any The Boston StoreSOBOL r
St. Lucie and Brevard, Titusville,
have been used heretofore
the
state
by Bradford, Starke, Dec. 4. June 25. drug store or toilet counter wil? sup-
superintendent. Pasco, Dade City, December 11. ply three ounces of orchard white for
The board of examiners will be prepared Citrus, Inverness, Dec. 18. St. Lucie and Palm Beach, West a few cents. Massage this sweetly & SINGER, Props.
at each place where an examination Volusia, Daytona, Dec. 27. Palm Beach, Oct. 30. fragrant lotion into the face, neck, it
is held to give an examinationfor To accommodate teachers attendingthe St. Lucie and Osceola, Kissimmee, arms and hands each day and see how Lake Butler Fla.WHYBEAHALFCROPPER
third, second, first grade, primary, meeting of the Florida Education Sept. 10.County. freckles and blemishes disappear and .
special and state certificates. Association, an !examination will be superintendents are requested how clear, soft and white the skin be- ,
Any person desiring an examination held each year at the place where the to give this circular of information comes. Yes! It is harmless. (97)) /

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"POPULAR" WARS. they leave school -hey taboo readingand knowledge. If he needs more infor-

Bradford County TelegraphPublished prefer to get their information mation on a certain subject he can ob- A. S. CREWS ,

Not infrequently a hear it said orally: from others rather than to tain it by "reading up" on the sub-
acquire it themselves from books or ject. He is never troubled by lonesomeness -
Weekly, and entered u second :- that the present war is not a "popular" -
war for the United States. No, newspapers.That I for his books and periodi-
class matter at the post-office at this is the is Blacksmith and
it cannot very well be popular and it case little won cals are the best of company. There- Wheelwright

. Starke, Florida. would be bad if it were so. This humane der. The printed matter they find is fore educate your child to be a good
f either dry text books or subjects the
ff age would not deserve the name reader, and do not forget that the
F. S. MATTHEWS, Editor and Owner !'enlightened" it has received if it young about.mind does not understand or first step in mastering this accom- Horseshoeing a Specialty. All Work Guaranteed
| care
I
with the feel-
Editor should consider any war
H. E. LAGERGREN, Associate plishment is through such read-
To be able to read fluently, which easy *
ings expressed by the word "popular. >I i
." Every enlightened nation lookson means understandingly, is an accom- ing matter as the home paper af Raiford Florida.That
plishment of inestimable value, and it fords. .
Americans are no friends of royalty, war with loathing and tries as far '
fanatics enough to try is the master key by which may be
ye tthey are not as possible to keep war at a distance;
to play poker without kings, or to run 'but there are occasions when war, opened the doors to all knowledge. I --
apiaries without queens. repugnant or not, popular or not- But fluent reading can hardly become I r -
-
must be entered into as the only means common unless special reading matter,
A German-American newspaper in for eradicating of an evil. Accordingto easy to understand and interesting I
Iowa had to suspend because desertedby the same principle, one who suffers enough to capture the child's atten- Fall HatI[
advertiserson tion, is And such
both subscribers and from cancer must sooner or later con- provided. happily,
account of being too anti-American sent to an operation, although the may always be near at hand.
in policy. surgeon's knife may not be the most Has it ever occurred to you, dear
popular instrument in the world.A reader, that your local paper may fill I II
1 Stop and think. See if you can remember war in itself can thus no more, at an even higher mission than to tell FOUND ATKnight's

one single good thing you least among civilized peoples, be whatis you the news and give advice as to I ,
have ever accomplished by geting an termed popular. On the other hand your health and business? Why not
Zolfo Springs Truth. We have make it an educator for your chil-
; gry.- there could be no more popular move- 1
cut off from our subscription list a ment within a nation than one that I, dren? You don't understand? Well, Millinery Ii IiII
subscribers who let
god many delinquent us explain.
aims to, in the shortest possible time,
never would have. paid. us. free the country from the curse of Your county paper has clear, large
read. At least ,
type, easily fifteen columns
war, since this at last has been irrevocably -
The pope's peace proposal has received fastened upon it. are filled with short pieces. Big II Every woman loves beauty, and no more charming array was ever gathered in I i

no concurrence, which from circumstance anywhere A man goes into war with the same words seldom and used.sentences hard to grasp one place than is to be found in our Fall Hats for Ladies and Misses. I :
except Germany are Every paragraph is
tends to increase the suspicion as to he pleasant enters anticipations a of baseball he has, is really when on a different subject. These four ; In this collection are all the newest latest models. There are large and small :

its source. It is thought by some well only a relic game from the times of bar- items make the reading easy for a i I sailors, with straight and drooping brims, colonial shapes, with straight and droop. !I'I II'

acquainted with the subject that a barism. But a man who, when his child. These short pieces are news and ing brims, t'ricorne shapes and turbans. I'i i !
of benefit
would be more exertion of the brain
now require no to
*, peace to the Catholics than to the Protests country war,is with in the elevated midst of brow a sanguinary and a- master. Then, a good deal of the news i I All of the colors are here-blue, green, rose, gray, tan, mustard, chartreuse, I :

1 i."- ants. It is not to be supposed that the proud smile, goes forth to, if it is of interest to the child, because so t and black and white. I i
\- \Entente allies will pay the least at- should be required, with his blood or many of the names and localities mentioned I A hat for need
i tention to the pope's proposal. If are known. While there is no any or taste, a hat to suit any personality. I :

they did, it would be equivalent to a even is-well his, there ilfe, try is nothing to save to his say country about, "learning" to be derived from the I You should see our novel and artistic line of hat adornments. i i

confession that they were beaten. reading of news items, the fact that It's value treat for lovers of
'-.- him; he is a man. A man, like a nation I a beauty.Knight's If
almost
child be
any can easily
per-
is what he or it proves to be
The general laws passed by the last
suaded read them
to makes them of
legislature are contained in this issue when it comes to meeting an unavoid- educational value.
By practicing on
of the Telegraph. The state spends a able situation. easy reading matter the child will I
God will nation from I MillineryStarke
save our ever
have the laws I.
good deal of money to gradually be able to master the harder -
becoming imbued with blood-thirst,
the and
disseminated among people, subjects. Many children unjustlyget
which seems to rule the war in Eu-
while it is not to be expected that the I the reputation of being dull in
average reader will peruse them all,: rope. And God will also save our school, because hard subjects beyond
proud nation from failure in the supreme -
he should at least read those likely to their capacity are presented withoutany Fla. IJ
concern him, and read the titles of all trial now before it.
preparation
gradually leading
As one of the proofs that this war up
of them, then save the laws for future' to them. ,
is not "popular" it is sometimes said
reference. Many transgressions are But as a medium to teach reading ina
that, "Had this been a people's war,
of the
committed because of ignorance
pleasant way is no tthe only good
.
there would have been no need of con-
laws therefore you should keep yourself point of the local paper as far as concerns '
scription. Instead, so many volunteers f. .
posted as to their provisions. the child.
Boys and girls studythe
would have come to the standards
that not one-tenth of them could have geography and history of strange
In this number the Telegraph -
, presents been furnished countries. Why not study the geog- III zt
with rifles. This
i I a fine array of advertisements.who not sounds very convincing, but do facts raphf and history of their immediate
I The advertisers are men are
satisfied with the volume of trade they bear out the statement? neighborhoods? The news items will
cause questions to be asked, which are U'5 Store I
The lies in this t
Has
i i enjoy at present-although it is sat- reply question: answered by the elders for the benefitof Department
isfactory-but want to reach out for the United States ever-with the exception -
the child who
of the Revolutionary war-in will thus learn of
will sell
As they
more. a consequence both localities and people, which
the best goods at .the lowest possible the opinion of the Northern states, should known
be by a citizen of the

prices old for your and, or gain produce pay new you, in customers.the order highest to retain Theyare price fought which not to freed be a more supposed the holy negro that war slaves that than?war Is that, it if county master one and thing state.without And as at we the never same The Store That Gives You a Square Deal.We I

time
learning other things, the child
the men to trade with. any, ought to have been "'popular" in
the Northren states? But neverthe- without ,effort punctuation, learns and composition capitalization. pay a fair price for your produce and will give you full weight and full 'i
Telegraph grammar -
is opti- less was President Lincoln put to the I
mistic The regarding the crop and very general necessity of conscription to get the We. have said that the art of read- measure. Our groceries are fresh and we buy the best grades and brands. We i I };
conditions in Bradford for an excellent full quota of soldiers. So was President '
ing fluently and understandingly is have fresh ground corn meal almost the year round. :
business prospects for the fall just Wilson in the present war. It I
is the Telegraph.In was a step and "what can't the master key that unlocks every Cotton is and it to well of
entering, and right necessary door to knowledge. It is agreed bringing big money you owe maybe you owe some i iit
be cured must be endured. Let those
all parts and of the every county promise new is activityis given who talk disparagingly of th nation's among educated persons that in "schoolwe to the merchant, and of course you will pay that, but you owe to the horse or mule
learn "how to learn. He
for a business year that will be a record war methods, hold their peace, work who simply does not find reading tiresome that helped make your crop, suitable harness to work comfortably in, and we haveit.
breaker for old Bradford. The against all things tending to disunitethe
I and who understands what he reads, If need saddle that will last lifetime and then and be ;;
! cotton crop is not damaged to any noticeable nation, and stand by our president. you a good one a some,

I extent, the corn crop is bet- Q ) )4oooo000. > can, if, acquire he wishes almost, through any his knowledge own efforts -: easy on the horse and comfortable to the rider, we have a few genuine McClellan J
ter than in the prospect for fat-
years is C I II I I possessed by mankind. No parent can army saddles. !
big pinder
tening hogs on crop
, a 4 THE LOCAL PAPER tell what tastes his child may develop I
I bright and in all lines of business 4 AS ANEDUCATOR. when grown up, and parents should be We have more bargains in Furniture. This class of goods is steadily advancingin 1
and the
things picking people ,
I are up ; that their children
particular to see J
( preparing for the best fan and winr 4 learn to read fluently before all else, price.We
ter trade in years. All that is neededis I .4.4oooooo4oo so that they are not handicapped by an have a good stock of Hardware. Some of our prices are lower than wholesale .1.1I
to be optimistic, sit steady in the \
boat and keep business moving.LakeButler To the greater number of school inability to study if they later should I prices now. children, whether advanced or not, decide to learn more than they were
Times. reading is hard work. To instantly taught;: in school. : I Paints and oils at especially low prices. .J;z!

K t. Even the most skeptical person can I recognize the arangement of from two One who can read understanding ; We handle the Chattanooga one-horse wagon. i >:
no longer doubt that the boll weevil to a dozen letters into from one to five and loves reading possesses an inval-
I has reached Bradford county. The syllables, and their pronunciation, is uable treasure. He is well informedand : Feeds, Brick, Lime, Fertilizers, Etc. We are yours for service. zlI

! pest is making big inroads on the very fatiguing to the young brain knows how to arrange and ex- ,
! present cotton crop, and next year it While a small percentage of children press his ideas, and no matter what !
I will make cotton growing a hazardous have a natural bent and liking for people he comes in contact with, he ::1 N.B.HULLSTARKE (
undertaking. The Telegraph here and reading, the greater pcrtion wojld can hold his own in conversation and I
now advises its farmer readers to pre- prefer hard :n:::!ua' work. Thus when contribute to the general stock of

pare for stock raising and particularly -
for hog raising. Take some of'the FLORIDA.
money received for this year's cotton
crop and invest it in good brood sows. ,
Do not depend on the "root hog or die" I L
policy. .Pasture the sows and their WHITE SALEat $

offspring, and they will bring you
more money than cotton, even at the
present high price of cotton. Ten good ( ;
brood sows will yield their owner a No War Prices'Here 111' 1
larger income than twenty acres of
good cotton. There is now a daily mar- Knight's MillineryWhite

ket for hogs. Pigs that are farrowedin I
the early fall, if properly cared i
for, can be sold the following summer, Some time ago we bought heavily in several lines, of which we still have

and pigs farrowed in the early springcan I plenty. We got these goods at prices that enable us to make you very close
be sold in the fall. This will givethe :1I

farmer two sales a year. It is the figures onDry
big chance for our farmers to recover Felts on Sale this Week at Special Prices

quickly from the boll weevil disaster }
I Goods And Underwear J
I Don't neglect it. '* FROM $1.75 UP.

One of the inscrutable acts of the ,
' 1 United States government is to have

regiments of negro soldiers. Theyare NOW IS THE TIME FOR WHITE FELTS. Bear in mind these are all standard goods, bought before the present high
good fighters, but as dangerous to
ti peaceful citizens as to the nation's en- BUY EARLY. prices were reached. We could, of course, advance the prices on these articles,

4 emies.a short Witness time the ago massacre and in in BroW Houston s- _. but will not. This is your opportunity to supply your needs at a moderate outlay. \'

ville a few years ago. During the Better come at once. They won't last long when people see the goods and I ;
Spanish-American war they terrorized -
the places in South Florida where > : the the price tags.These. .

they were quartered. The negro suf-

fers from a too vivid imagination.. If Are Only A Few Of Them "
he cannot do as he pleases he often KNIGHT'SMILLINERY
imagines that he is imposed on thru
race prejudice, and when he is many; I -
as in the army, he "isn't goin' to stan'
it." Of what earthly use troops, lia- Pretty waists 98c Boys' kneepants 50c ;

ble to fall into subordination or mut-
iny on a moment's notice, can be anyway i Work shoes $1. 98 Yard wide homespun lOc .:
i is hard to understand. Why have ,
. I in the army an element so liable to .i Work pants $1. 39 Childrens' dresses 49c ::
i explosion that it must be "handled
with care, this side up?" But if we MADE IN
must p'it up with this state of affairs, ZINC ETCHINGS iti'

i at least keep the colored troops out FLORIDA .
f of the South. As for those "heroes"of HALF TONES
Nat
the Austin massacre, it is to be .;, Finest Grade. Lowest Prices. .Sternberg .
hoped that they will receive the extreme -
Do Not Send Out Of
punishment provided for such Florida For This Work.

'.' 1 cases. The negro soldiers do not Prompt service. Let us Submit Prices.
represent the race;'they are recruited Starke Florida

t in the Western river towns and are ." TIMES-UNION. ENGRAVING. CO. Jacksonville, Fla. .:
largely ex-convicts.
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t FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1917. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA. PAGE TWENTY-FIVEs .

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Mr. Roger Well, of Jacksonville, SERVICES AT CHURCH OE r.I .
f was a visitor in Starke this week. CHRIST.A I i iI

11 Just unloaded a car of fence wire.A. of week i s
meeting
protracted one
Bits of localInformation D. Andrews Mercantile Co. will be started at the Church of Christone I t Douglass j

mile north of town, Saturday at : I
Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Hill, of Lawtey, 7 o'clock p. m. The services on Sun-

j j JLL were visitors to Starke Wednesday.Mrs. day will be at 10:30 a. m. and 7 p. m. !

Rev. J. 0. Brown, of Lake City, will 1 1I
:,: p Alice Langford, of Lake But-
conduct the services.
I -II ...
r..uNlfll "aMSii ler, visitor to Starke last week,
... was a & Knight
i: 11 lMywu 11
.Ie, f and while here was a guest of Mrs.D. BAPTIST CHURCH.We I ;
.t'. E. Knight.

.-;;:.../.. (.- BUILDING MATERIALS- had very good audiences both I I .

A. J. McKinney, of Gainesville, was Miss Delle Stroman, of Tallahassee, That's business. Quigley Lumber morning and evening, although a I '
our
:- -: : :-
I .I: in Starke Monday. returned to Starke Monday and resumed & Supply Co. number of our people had not yet returned I ,
her position as teacher in the from their vacations.At !

I r f i Meet me at Stump's. High School. Miss Stroman is stop- Miss Lottie Warren returned home the close of the morning servicea I i l
.
I r. ping with Mrs. W. N. Murdaugh on Monday from Madison county, where note that had recently been paid off, I I
I : Madison Shaw was among the N. Walnut street. she was burned in the presence of the au I I
had been teaching school. Aftera
i: Brooker visitors to Starke Monday. short visit with her parents, Mr. and dience. Deacon Powell held the "note" I ? GROCERIES, HAY, GRAIN Ii i

l' Mr. R. A. Weeks and family and Mrs. J. L. Warren, she went to McIntosh while Deacon Futch touched the match AND PRODUCE. .I
Rub-My-Tism-Antiseptic, Anodyne their house guest, Mrs. Elowise Izley, to teach a term of school. and then the audience sang the dox- I I
-Kills pain, stops putrefaction. of Panama, are at Kingsley lake at the ology.. r BEST PRICES FOR CHICKENS AND EGGS.
.
\ Weeks' cottage.We Wm. T. Goolsby, who lately enter- There will be the usual services next I I
t S. Griner, of Brooklyn, trans- and to I WE BUY
; J. ed the U. S. Navy, is now at the U. Sunday morning evening, COTTON. :
-' acted busines sin Starke Monday. sell the best flour at $12.50 per S. naval training station, Newport, which the public is cordially invited.W. !

.,. .' barrel. A. D. Andrews Mercantile Co. R. I. G. LAW, I

WHY' NOT Raiford.Mr. Special sale going on at the Cash Pastor. H I I

LASSIFIE .: 9 9 .:- I f
J. M. Alvarez and family and Department Store. C D ,
Mr. J. F. Kickliter and family have
Mrs. Lorenzo Green is in Alachua returned from their summer outingat Mr. A. C. Tucker and daughter, Miss ADVERTISINGFOR I

her sister, Mrs. Clark. Kingsley lake. Thelma, of Jacksonville, were guests II
{ < visiting Sunday of the former's cousin, Mr. V. SALE-Three horses. Geo. A. I I DOUGLASS&KNI6HT.Phone t tI

\ F. Manning. Mr. Tucker is a fore- Gardiner, Starke. I
No. 666 will cure Malaria or Bilious Mrs. Harvey Barker and little 6-15-tf. !
man in the A. C. L. shops at Jackson- .
,1, Fever., It kills the germs. daughter, Virginia, of Loughman, arrived ville. WANTED-Fifty cotton pickers at
and Mrs.
visiting
yesterday are
once. For particulars call at the I
Prof. L. A. Davis, of Heilbronn, was Barker's aunt, Mrs. Laura Knight.Let .
Bank of
Mr. C. R. Ensey has! moved to Jack-I Starke.
in town Wednesday. 4 j ,
sonville. His family will spend
me make new automobiletop
you a two weeks more on Kingsley lage, af- FOR SALE-Farm 16!V4 acres 1 mile I
and cushions, or repair the old ter which will him the north of Starke. Good fence. D.
they join at
PAY LESS AT ones. All kinds of automobile: uphol-
stery. M. Leviton. metropolis. Their many friends are W. McRae, Starke. 8-31-31.1 Lake Butler Florida.

sorry to see them leave Starke, but ,

We learn that Mrs. J. P. Bennett, Mrs. R. L. Mott and little daughter wish them success in their new home. FOR load SALE-Stovewood-75 cents per
delivered 50 cents mill.
or at
of Miami, has gone to Hot Springs, Eva Maud, of Hampton Springs, = -
Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Davis and little Quigley Lumber & Supply Co. -
Ark. for few weeks' recuperation. i
a were guests of the former's parents,
daughter, Carol V., of Chipley, are --- --- --
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Mr. and Mrs. Dan Sasser, last week. FOR KALE
-One mule, and
I visiting Prof. L. A. Davis and familyof wagon {
H. C. Clemons, of Alachua, was in harness
Heilbronn this week. Mr. Davis cheap. A Rosenberg,
Starke Monday, renewing acquain- ,
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Barbour and Starke.
8-31-tf.
who is in the of the L. & N.
tances. children who been employ
have guests of Mrs.
.I Railway, is pleased with the outlookfor J. F. CANOVACotton
Angie Sternburg, returned to their FOR RENT-Furnished rooms. Mrs.
future prosperity as to farming,
s For altering, cleaning or pressing home in Jacksonville last Saturday. and we hope to have him locate withus M. Leviton, (Rivers Building),
t of clothes, go to M. Levitcn. Starke. 8-24-tf.
Miss May Fripp, of Tillman, S. C., later. Buyer and Ginner
arrived here Sunday afternoon to visit WANTED-Good to work
man
I Powell, of Newton, N. Mrs. F. and
Mrs. Lucy J. Canova daughter,
at the home of her uncle, Mr. L. C. farm. H. L. Stevenson, Route
5 C., visiting relatives here. Powell. Miss Anna, returned Thursday from Starke. 2, Planting Seed given personal attention. Will be glad at anytime '
1 Asheville, N. C., where they spent sev- 8312t. i
to furnish with full information relative to
} Mrs. J. C. Poppell returned Thurs- eral weeks. They were accompaniedhome growers i
Mrs. Ford Prescott, of Detroit, FOR SALE-My fine mule
day from a visit to her sister at Island by Mr. J. F. Canova, Jr., who wagon prices, etc.
Mich., is visiting at the home of Mr. and harness at
a bargain. D. T.
has been living in Asheville for the
;, and Mrs. L. C. Prescott. past eighteen months. His friendsare Clark, Starke. 8-24-4t. Gins north of depot Starke Fla.I1hite&Son.
I --- ,
i Grove.MORGAN'S much pleased to see that his health
: ? Big line of shoes, groceries, etc., at is greatly improved. I FOR RENT-6 room cottage next 1r.
a I. the Cash Department Store. door to C. P. Cason, on Call street.J. .
I W. Andrews & Son. 9-7-tf.
I' Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Andrews, Sr.,

[ Aubrey Moore, while in Jackson- and Mr. J. W. Andrews, Jr., went to FOR SALE-20 head of barrows
V. R. Prevatt and son, Sylvester ville, was royally entertained at the Jacksonville Sunday in their Stude- and few shoats. D.good Boree I
a
Prevatt, of Lawtey, were in Starke Chapman home last Thursday even- baker car. After having taken dinner 3, Kingsley lake. phone

Wednesday.No. ing. with Mrs. W. G. Powell, sister of Mr.J. I

W. Andrews, Sr., they went to Fer- FOR SALE-20 acre farm 3 miles .
666 will cure Chills and Fever.It Miss Margaret Hamrick, who has nandina and Amelia Beach and were east of Starke; 4 acres under fence,
is the most speedy remedy we know. spent the summer vacation here with back in Starke a little after dark, be- 3 in cultivation. Price $400. E.

her mother, Mrs. Sara Hamrick, will ing much pleased with their outing.J. E. Lee, Starke, Fla. 9-7-2t. !
Large quantities of sweet potatoesare return Monday to Douglass, Ga., to

shipped from Starke daily, also resume her position in the school. W. Morgan and Gary Ennis returned FOR SALE-I have for sale or exchange I
strawberry plants.Mr. home last week. They went to in the vicinity of Starke sev-
Shakespeare didn't-but we want to Tampa to bring Theodore Ennis hometo eral improved farms. For further General MerchandiseGroceries i
and Mrs. A. Williams, of Ala- repeat that we have the best paint on his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. information call on or write J. C.
chua, were guests the past week at the market-Woolsey's-for inside Ennis, then traveled all over Pinellas Gainey, Starke, Fla. 9-7-4t. I
1 the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Johns. and outside work. Quigley Lumber & county, where Mr. Morgan owns prop- .I I

Supply Co. erty, after which they visited Lake- FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE-My 20' Hardware FeedA i iI
land, Bartow and other South Florida acre farm; 15 acres in cultivation; | ,

i COME IN AND The bridge across Alligator canal, towns. The trip was made in Mr. 3 room house and barn, also strawberry I j I
'
; at the foot of Call street, has been Morgan's Ford car.CHURCH. plants. All reasonable. See !
; repaired and put in good shape. The or write 0. 0. Stokes, Starke, Fla.I! general line where quality is I
bridge below Livingston's is in a bad. OF GOD. 9-7-2t. I
: Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Ritch and children .
__
condition and should be repaired. I
considered
in
1 of Raiford, spent Monday with FOR SALE-Thoroughbred registered I every department, I

J Mr. N. T. Ritch. Mr. Rodney Turner, who is enjoy- Holiness revival meeting will begin Tamworth boar, two years old, in ,
Wednesday night, September 12th, such flour and I
Henry Clay
ing a furlough from army service, healthy condition. An extra bargainfor as
1 ri
Just received a nice line of ladies and continue till the third Sunday.
spent the week-end with his parents, a quick buyer. Apply to E. A.
ready to wear goods. A. D. Andrews Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Turner. Will have communion and foot washing Kennedy, Lake Geneva, Fla. Faultless canned goods, seeds of ;i
Mercantile Co. on third Sunday. Services to be ,
-
-
Charlie Johns, of Alachua, is attending held at the site of Union chapel, late- FOR SALE-One good typewriter, in all kinds Men's and Boys' Shoes i
burned down, in arbor. All
i Mrs. H. L. Barber, formerly Miss the Bradford County High ly an are perfect condition; latest improve- I ,

'. Leslie Crews, of Loughman, is visitt' School, and while here is making his' will invited be in to charge attend., assisted Rev. H.by J. others.Thomas ments. A bargain for cash. Cost of best quality Stock and Poultry i
ing relatives.here. '
home with his brother, Mr. E. M. $125. First $40 gets it. Aubrey ,

, rt' Mr. Guy C. Cady has as guests his Johns. DEATH OF MRS. WARREN.Mrs. Moore at Rosenberg's store, Starke. Powders, Animal Dip of national ,

f sisters, Misses Beatrice and Lenore Dr. and Mrs. C. F. Sayles left Mon- FOR SALE-Farm of 176 acres; 35

".' Cady, of Hartford, Conn.MAKEUS. day for their home in Miami, travel- acres in cultivation in six fields; all reputation, also Farming Imple
Jane Warren died at her home
land all
good ; nearly stumped; 50
automobile. They were accom-
ing by
:; panied as far as Daytona by Miss May two miles east of Starke, early Tues-the budded pecan trees; 150 peach trees; ments. Country Produce bought I '
4th
day morning, September and
several a nice 5-room house and II
t Peek, who after spending days outbuild-I

J"- there, has returned to Starke.A. remains lake cemetery were interred Wednesday at morning Kingsley, ings farm; implements irrigating plant; 43 ;head one of cattle; I'' and sold. We handle two of the I

the funeral services being conductedby 20 hogs. Will sell at a sacrifice for I
D. Andrews Mercantile Companyhas
r Mrs. Marion Johns has as guests received load of salt. Rev. L. W. Kickliter. cash, or will trade for city income I' best Tailoring lines. Satisfaction
'f her daughter, Mrs. Clyde Alvarez, and just a car The deceased was born in Georgia property. Am 78 years old and i

- i children, of Jacksonville.Mr. Lanier Droke was visiting relatives 73 years ago but came to Florida in must sell one of the best stock j guaranteed. Your business is ap
early life, having lived near Starke
farms in Florida. 10 miles from
here the first of the week. Mr. Droke |
: y P. S. McMillan has returned has lived in Plant City, but was for many years. She was much respected Starke, between Brooklyn and The-. preciated.
lately
, ; home, after a visit with his parentsin on his way to Akron, Ohio, where he and loved by all who were acquainted ressa, near two lakes. Inquire of I
with her. She leaves to I
mourn
Georgia. His C. A. Youngblood, Theressa, Fla.
has secured a good position. many
her departure, besides many friends, 9-7-tf.
t Mrs. Fannie Jones, of Tampa, was friends wish him success in his new two brothers, Mr. S. B. Woodard, of

the guest of Mrs. Anna Murrhee during home. Theressa, and Mr. D. D. Woodard, of + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + P.
1 j the week. Starke, and one sister, Mrs. Laura + DUVAL HOTEL 4 ,
K, Finley, living east of Starke. + JACKSONVILLE 4 j JJH1TE&SONi
Mrs. 0. J. Griffin went to Jacksonville + + '
J BUNGALOW FOR SALE, new and Opposite postoffice, hot and cold
Wednesday to visit her sister, up-to-date, all modern conveniences, Diplomacy in the Home. + water, elevator, telephones; rates 4
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. Mrs. W. J. Griffin. two screened porches. Quigley Lum- Every now and then wife urges + rooms without bath, $1: two per- + i

ber & Supply Co., "The Happy HomeBuilders husband to buy some new clothes for + sons,same room, $1.50; with bath + STARKE FLORIDA I
." himself, but If he is a pretty good + $1.50; two persons same room, $2 + II
PROVE IT. ,.. .. + W. S. JONES + 1
r '- talker he can get out of it without Mgr. I' I

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PAGE TWENTY-SIX FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 7. 1917

COUNTY COMMISSIONERSHOLD lows: We the undersigned voters and sum of $50 per month out of the fine MAY RUN FOR CONGRESS. I ::::
r SESSION citizens of District No. 8, petition and forfeiture fund of the county for r. -.:
MONTHLY The Telegraph learns that Judge Ask Your Grocer0
said services. COFFINS
honorable body to grant a pub- CASKETS
your {
lic road commencing at the old James Board adjourned until first Mondayin James R. Kelly, of Madison, is among I And a full line of
Attorney E. !I. Johns Employed to Cason place and running east about October. W. T. WEEKS, the probable candidates for the seat ForCHEEKNEACS I
Prosecute Cases in County Court. two miles to intersect with the Starke Clerk. in congress now held by Hon. Frank Undertakers' Supplies
and Raiford road at Mrs. Conner Clark. Judge Kelly is a native of Automobile Hearse.
Monday, September 3, 1917, the place. Said road to intersect the Rai- STATE AUDITOR'S REPORT. Bradford county and has many friends Always on hand. The best ser
who
will be interested to know of his
i board of county commissioners was ford and Lake Butler road at the west vice at the lowest prices. Special
.... called to order by S. T. Dowling,chairman end. Said road being on a mail route. Tallahassee, June 28, 1917. political aspirations. attention to telegraph order
at 10 o'clock a. m., with all mem- Petition granted and the road declared -: Hon. Sidney J. Catts, Governor,
bers present, to-wit: a public road provided said road Tallahassee, Fla. COFFEES Registered Embalmer
R. J. Andrews, H. D. May,J. L. Underhill be opened up and put in good travel- Dear Sir: 1
and J. J. Blackwelder. ing condition by petitioners withoutany I to for
am grateful your excellency &GARDEI DeWITT C. JONES
Minutes of last meeting read and expense to the county. the honor to report that I have recently Best By Every Test Starke Fla.
approved. Petition signed by R. M. King and audited the accounts of the several ,
Petition signed by J. N. Daughteryand others of Theressa district presented offices of Bradford county and hereby SUPPLY YOU-! I _
others asking that James Par- which reads as follows: We, as tax- submit my report. --
rish name be stricken from the: pauper payers of said county, request that Clerk of circuit court has accountedfor Q lX10 ll.1 d 01:10.. .01:10. '.oeo.oeo. -=
roll he having left his family and was the public road be changed to begin at all tax certificates properly charged =C
drawing$2 per month to assist in their the corner of J. H. Phillips fence and to him and as county auditor keepsa 8 0. J. Griffin S. R.
support, and further asked that the intersect at Theressa with the Hampton record of the other county officials. ___ Johns I
name of Mrs. Annie Parrish, his wife, and Melrose road. Petition was The county judge has settled with .,.'"... .,r.. :,, .
be placed on said roll. Upon motion granted making said change, providedthe the treasurer and the depositories for ,., c...;1 4 GRIFFIN &
rr..rJI';; :: 0 '
and second it was ordered that she be road be placed in good traveling all hunting license and other moneyas .tJ'' JlI! l r' c. JOHNS
paid $2 per month. condition by petitioners without any per his records. "*-/ ? "- C'"T1/LcJ q
State pension claim of Mrs. Han- expense to the county, and it was fur- The sheriff and his predecessor have
nah M. Mansell, widow of Thomas F. ther ordered that part of old road collected and remitted all fines and GARDEN and FIELD! BUYERS AND G1NNERS
Mansell was approved and ordered changed be discontinued as a public forfeitures as per their records. g of
sent to__ the_on _State,__ Pension Board at:road. The former county treasurer has accounted SEEDSESPECIALLV
Tallahassee. The following preamble and resolu- for funds with which he was SEA ISLAND COTTON
Bonds of J. S. Griner and G. W. Alderman tion was adopted: charged.The ADAPTED
.. for notary public approved. The legislature having passed an act tax colector has remitted for all FOR YOUR STATE.FREEe. New and economical machinery. Best *
;" Petition signed by B. L. Smith and empowering the county commissionersin polls collected and occupation licenseas n
others presented which reads as fol- their discretion to employ an attorney per his reports and all auto license -. o facilities for handling cotton 0e
lows: We, the undersigned taxpayers at law to prosecute all persons owed to the county. There is an item -
,"; of Bradford county, do hereby peti- firms, or corporations charged of $38.80 auto license due the state OUR INSTRUCTIVE CATALOG Bring us your corn Saturdays. We turn out
tion the Honorable Board of County with the commission of any crime or which is now in course of adjustment.He rvAND WEEKLY PRICEUST
Commissioners to continue the said offense against the laws of the state has closed and accounted for all SEND FOR THEM.TODAY the best meal and grits in the county
piece of road running north from the I of Florida, in or before the county previous tax rolls and has remitted all
:, west end of the Lamb and Tison lane I judge's court, and it appearing to the amounts colected on current roll. EAtlARTlNSEEDCaJACKSONVILLE.FU. GINS NEAR ICE FACTORY
to the Lamb bridge across Olustee' board that it is necessary to employan Superintendent of public instruction I D
creek. Petition approved conditionedthat attorney at law to prosecute all has accounted for all fees received 3 eo. .01:10. 0=0 : ;
the old road be re-instated from criminal cases before the county from the examination of teachers andas
end of Lamb and Tison's lane to the judge's court.It secretary keeps a record of the
Lamb bridge until new road is openedup is therefore ordered by the board minutes of the board of public instruc-
0 and placed in good traveling con- that E. M. Johns, Esq., be and he is tion.All:
dition by the petitioners without any hereby employed for the balance of of which is respectfully submitted. -
I| expense to the county. this board's term of office to repre- T1DARBT1GENERAL
if Petition signed by S. H. Moore and sent the state in all cases before the E. I. MATTHEWS
I < others presented which reads as fol county judge, and is to receive the Assistant State Auditor.

r ,- III STARKE COLORED HIGH SCHOOL.The .

opening of the Starke colored
Special lues in high school was very auspicious and I MERCHANDISEThe
an interesting program was carriedout
supplemented with singing by the
school choir.
t; Revs. J. W. Robinson, supervisor,
Jewelry H. P. Barkley, W. P. Perkins, J. M
; Trammell and others made addresses,
of
high has
present price cotton
I which were responded to by Prof. A.

Now that there is no particular gift season just 0. Jenkins the principal. Besides a
full attendance of scholars, many oth- advanced the all
ahead you can have a chance to select the jewelry ers were present and the occasion wasa rapidly price on cotton
successful PATRON.

'- that YOU want. "UNDER one. FIRE." goods material and the top is not yet insight

1 You should see our newly stocked, really superb

[ line of the following articles-. starts Our in great this war issue story of,the"Under Telegraphand Fire" We placed our orders early for all j

I will be continued for several
t -, weeks. A liberal instalment of the the such "
staples
. story is published today and our read- as:
DIAMOND LAVALLIERS ers who are fond of good fiction are
invited to begin with the beginning of
t DIAMOND RINGSBRACELET the story. UNDERWEAR GINGHAMS' _
! WATCHES Persons receiving sample copies of
this issue are invited to subscribe and :
l CHEVIOTS MADRAS
CAMEO BROOCHES get this story and the many other
BEAUTIFUL CUT GLASS good features that we will publish
during the coming year. BROWN COTTONS BLEACHINGS
During the coming year there will
!i jbe many momentous, events. It will

i i Hundreds of staple and novel articles. We. I : world be the war greatest, and many year Bradford of the great coun- PERCALES TICKING, Etc.

can supply your every want. ty young men are likely to be con-
nected with some of the great events.
I Come in and select the articles that YOU want. It is the intention of the Tele'rank and believe we can save you money on
R' to keep as closely in touch with our

! U. D. Miner about Bradford to their give county movements.In our soldiers readers. as the possibleand news your purchases if we have the opportunity.FERTILIZERS ,

addition to giving all the most
important news about the war we shall
: Starke, Florida continue to give our readers a valuable .
state news service and all the county
,I news.
The subscription price is only Si.5! :'
per year, less than 3 cents a week.
< When you need Fertilizers for any
WAIVED EXAMINATION.

Young Trading Co. Edgar Grambling the school teacher crop, see me before placing your order. I
r who was brought from Wakulla

county ty jail on last a week charge and of put having in the seducedone coun- stock nearly all the standard formulas for

of his girl pupils while he taught .
Wholesale and Retail
school at Saxton last year, waived examination but make
l before the county judge general crops, can up any special
and was put. under a $700 bond for

t Headquarters for Flour, Feed, Hay his the appearance fall term before of the the circuit grand court.juryat formula desired. Get my prices. I 'am

1\ The bond was furnished.

[k: and Fertilizers NOTICE. agent for Virginia-Carolina Chemical Co. .


; Largest stock in Bradford County of Flour, Meal, of All Starke persons must owning keep dogs them in the muzzled town*

t Grits, Beans, Coffees, Salted and Smoked until further notice. All dogs found SHOES FOR THE Billiken THE SHOE OFFERCHILDREN
f unmuzzled on the streets after Sat-
Meats, as well as Fancy Groceries of all urday, September 8th will be killed. SHOE 'I

'L Kinds, Seed Peas and Garden Seeds. SILAS KITE, '
Town Marshal.
Tin and Wooden Ware. The will 1
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: Carload of Flour and Carloadof county A good are many being children raised without in Bradford the Have recently added any wornout"Billiken" I.

advantage of any kind of reading mat- the "Billiken" line of
shoe mak-
Oats Just Received. ter. Some of them do not even have J

IK the make county a great paper mistake to in read.not supplyingtheir Parents Shoes to our stock (for ing them practically'

l We buy all kinds of Country Produce at the Highest children with wholesome reading -

.: Market Prices, also Ties and Tie Timber. \I in a matter.number By of ways just a the little cost economy of the Children, Misses and as good as new at a '

w i Trade where you have the largest stock to select county paper can be saved. A reduction Boys. THEY ARE
of one-half a cent a day in very small cost. Ask x
from and where the the lowest
prices are the amount of tobacco or coffee used \
possible. by members of the family will pay for WINNERS. to their offer.
4 the paper and leave a balance of 35 see 1


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'I known as the William Hodge place
near New River station. This is a fine 1
NEAR DEPOT I little farm and Mr. Thomas is to be
congratulated on acquiring it. He has .j
STARKE
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of each school for the term just begun: I sistants; $600.. for the superintendent and school in the; lake region, and on old dunes
n. iRADFORDCOUNTYSCHOOLSYSfEhI! Highland-Clarence Scaff, $140. Nebo-Bernice Parker, $160. board, especially as no one will be accepted along the East Coast, is a type of for- i I
Dowling-Maud Hunter, $140. Cason-Nellie Eubanks, $100. as a teacher unless he or she est peculiar to Florida, known as scrub !
Thomas-Mrs. Bessie McGruder, Palestine-A. S. Feagle, $160. comes up to the full standard set for and consists mostly of spruce pine and
f 'The cornerstone of our republic con- !. principal; Agnes Wilkerson, asistant; Hampton-Principal to be supplied; ability and character. Those home- small evergreen oaks, on a white san-
s silts of the education of the citizens. District No. 22-Ra ord. I $340. Eva Williams, Ada Nimmo, asistants, seekers who have children to educate dy soil The rest of the state is most-
Ignorant> men and women cannot make District No. 23-Lake Butler. New Zion-Brinkley Hayes, $140. $600. will do well to choose this county as ly flat pine woods, interspersed with
- and will not obey laws or work'in con- District No. 24-Johnstown.. I Brannen-Katie Mackery, $140. Dopson-Algar Thomas, $140. their future home. : swamps and hammocks. Long-leaf
cert for the public weal. Therefore District No. 25-Lawtey. Long Bridge-Amie Mackery, 180. Bradford-Olga Ward, $140. Those who wish to examine the cur pine is the prevailing tree in the flat-
Jt every state of the sisterhood counts District No. 26-Thomas. Lake Butler-S. A. Draper, princi- Bielling-Mrs. Edith Bielling, $140. I rent financial statements of the school woods, north of Osceola and slash pine
education as the first requisite for its District No. 27-Sampson. pal; S. D. Padgett, Ruby Howard, Mi- Miller-Percy McLeod, principal; administration will find them else-] (miscalled "Cuban pine" by some wri-
yell being, and in Florida, accordingto District No. 28-Zif. zell Smith, Edna Epperson, Katie Virgie Thomas, asistant; $340. where in this issue of the Telegraph. ters on forestry) south of there.
j the population, educational interests District No. 29Guilford.Of Martin, Ellie Whitworth, Louise Saun- Davis-To be supplied, $140. The Everglades in the South cover i
are at par, with most of the the above sub-districts twenty ders, assistants; $2,060. Enterprise H. Futch, $140. + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + about 4,000 square miles,and are prac
, ) states. Bradford is one of the fore- have one or more railways running Raiford J. A. J. Pinholster, princi- Zif-Stephen Lewis, $140. + + tically treeless. Along the coast, is !i
most counties of the state in school through them. Until the advent of the pal; Lewis Taylor, Nannie Andrews, Brooks-Harry Edwards, $140. + EXPANSIVE FORESTS AMONG+ considerable live oak, cabbage palmetto ;
t matters, for with a total population present zealous and energetic super Della Bielling, Ruby Roberts, Sallie Little Springs-A. B. Shaw, princi- I + FLORIDA'S RESOURCES. + and sandy hammock vegetation, I
.; of 16,778 (1915 census) we have no intendent of public instruction, Mr. E. Dempsey, assistants; $1,040. pal; Gertrude Thomas, Daisy Lewis, : + ----- + with narrow salt marshes in the North i
;J.j less than sixty schools. R. Poppell, the precise length of rail- Pine Grove-Rose Mary Hull, $140. $600. + + and mangrove swamps in the South. I
'i The county is divided into three way through each such district was Lawtey-L. L. Blanchard, princpal; Kelly-S. M. Pate, $140. + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + I Dense hammocks, composed almost I
school districts. District No. 1, represented not known, and there was reason, according Doris Law, Lois Terry, Mattie Stalsby, Sampson-J. I. Ogden, $140. Florida probably has a larger area entirely of tropical hardwoods, occur
. j by Mr. J. C. McRae, consists to Tax Assessor N. D. Wain- Loca Johnson, assistants; $1,160. Guilford-J. M. Groover, $160. of forest at the present time than any in spots along the East Coast, espec-
of the greater portion of Eastern wright, to believe that the districts, Starke-S. S. Dowling, principal; Roberts-Roland Anderson, $160. other state in the Union; for the other ially south of Miami, where frost is
to Bradford, about 177 square miles, and or some of them, did not get the ben- B. D. Law, Delle Stroman, E. C. War Boatdrain-Ethan Allen, principal; eastern states have much more cleared almost unknown, and cover nearly the
i Includes l the towns of Starke, Lawtey efit of all the taxation they were entitled ren, Mrs. Mabel Wall, Lois Peek, Mrs.E. Edna Faircloth, assistant; $320. land, and the western states that are whole of the keys.
. : and Sampson City. to, also that some districts got K. Stuck, Mrs. J. C. Poppell, Olive Randolph-Albert Dubose, $160. considerably larger, have vast areas of The hardwood forests of Northern
r*f District No. 2, represented by Mr. more than their share of railway tax- Ray, assistants; $2,660. Liberty-Kate Douglass, $160. prairie land or desert. Of a total land Florida, like those farther north, are
f i J. E. Douglass, may be.said roughly es at the expense of others. Talking Rising-Mrs. E. E. Gurney, princi- Futch-Mrs. Bynum Perkins, 140./ area of 35,111,040 acres, only 1,805- seldom visited by destructive fires.
: to take in all of the county west of this matter over with the school board pal; Eva Epperson, assistant: $380. Saxton-Miss Terry, $180. 408, or about 5 per cent is classed as The long-leaf and slash pine forests -
"' New River, about 250 square miles, these gentlemen agreed to Mr. Pop- Vanderbilt-Lillian Crosby, princi- Crest View-Eula Boulware, $140. "improved land in farms," by the cen- are subject to frequent fires, for-
; and includes the townS of Lake But- pell's proposition to have the mileageof pal; Vera Surrency, assistant; $380. Negro Schools. sus of 1910. Adding to the improvedland merly started by lightning, and now
ler, Raiford, Worthington and Provi- the railways through the respective Heilbronn-E. Wilkerson, principal; I Starke-A. 0. Jennings, principal; about 6,000,000 acres of Ever- mostly by human agency, which j
sweep
dence. districts accurately measured up, so Edith Warren, Dora Johnson, assisi i M. D. Paul, Josie Keller, assistants, glades, prairies, marshes, towns and over any one spot about once in two
to be certain tants, $500.New cities, roads, old fields and farms over-
as on this point. The $440.
No.3 and tend to down
District the
represented by Mr. years, keep underbrush -
T. B. Pinholster, is very irregular in board employed H. E. Lagergren to River-C. C. Scaff, $140. Wateroak-To be supplied, $100. looked by the census enumerators, will but do no harm to mature
!> shape, bounded on the south by Santa make the survey, and a part of May, Rosier-Orie Smith, $180. New River-A. C. Kelly, $100. leave Of about 27,000,000 acres of forest. and sound pines. If these fires came
Ye River, on the north by District No. this year, was spent by him and assistants Midway-Sheppard Thomas, $180. Hopewell-To be supplied, $120. this 17,659,000 acres were ownedor regularly there would be little chance
1 and New River, on the west by New in the work. The mileage of Brooker-A. J. Griffis, principal; Providence-To be supplied, $100. controlled by lumbermen on January for the pine to reproduce itself, but
River and on the east by District ij'o. the respective railways in each such I! Eunice Robinson; Eva Williams, assistants Lake Butler-To be supplied, $140. tive 1, 1911, according to an exhus- in any spot that escapes burning fora
1 and Clay county. It comprises about district is shown in the table below: I ; $600. Lawtey-S. K. Kelly, principal; J. the report United on States the ,lumber published industry by the of tew years, there is opportunity fora
112 square miles. This district includes A. Jones, I. J. Keller, assistants, $420. :bureau of corporations of the new crop of trees to start, and this
the towns of Hampton, Brooker Brooklyn-To be supplied, $80. Depart I need happen only once in the lifetimeof
Sub-District G.S.&F. A.C.L. S.A.L. Wa'ne T.&J. ment of Commerce and Labor, in Jan-
Graham and Theressa.As I No. 26-Thomas_____________ 2.869 ____ ____ ____ __ __ Thurston-C. E. Kelly, $000. uary, 1913. The average stand of 1 a pine, to insure the perpetuation
soon as the law was passed No. 20'-Roberts_____________ .320 __ __. ____ __ __ __ __ Hampton-Lizzie Marshall, $100. merchantable saw timber on this land, I of the species. j
which allowed special tax sub-school No. 00-Vacant*_____________ 3.951 ____ ____ ____ __ __ Andrews-To be kupplied, $80. was 4,200 feet (board measure) 'per Fire sweeps through the scrub about
districts to be formed, the people began No. 23-Lake Butler_________ 5.315 5.884... __ __ __ __ __ __ The entire school expense budgetfor acre. To be on the safe side, we may once in the life time of a spruce pine,
to avail themselves of this privilege No. 12-New River__________ 2.714 ._-- __ __ __ __ __ __ the term 1917.18, as submitted to assume that the forests not owned by and kills the trees, as in the spruce }
to enable them to extend the No. 4-Long Bridge_________ 2.182 __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ the county commissioners at their July lumbermen are a little less dense, and forests of the far North, but a new
tarns of school Theressa district was No. 27-Sampson____________ 5.125 __ __ __ __ 4.871 1.347 meeting, was $31,188.32, making nec- put the average at 4,000 feet per acre, crop soon springs up from seed. The
first crganized, but now almost the No. 11-Graham_____________ .573 __ __ __ __ __ __ 3.587 essary a levy of seven mills for school which would give a total stand on Jan- tropical hammocks likewise seem to
whole county is divided into such districts No. 2-Hampton------------ 5.446 __ __ 5.407 __ __ __ __ purposes. Besides the salaries of the uary 1, 1911, of 108,000,000,000 feet. be subject to destructive fires at long
the latest to be formed being No. 1-Theressa------------ __ __ __ __ ____ __ __ teachers-as set down for each school Florida, notwithstanding its utter intervals.
I Guilford. The numbers and names cf No. 7-Brooklyn------------ 2.123 __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ -the following expenses were noted: lack of mountains, is one of the most The estimated total number of dif-
the sub-school districts are as follows: No. 14-Pine Grove__________ __ __ 3.671 __ __ __ __ __ __ For payment of outstanding war- diversified states in the Union, and 25 ferent trees in Florida depends largely -
District No. Theressa. No. 22-Raiford_____________ __ __ 5.279 __ __ __ __ __ __ rants, $8,500. natural divisions are easily distin- on where the line is drawn between
District No. Hampton.. No. 24-Johnstown___________ __ __ 1.929 ____ __ __ __ __ For incidental expenses of schools, guished. A very brief outline of the closely related species and between
District No. 3-Starke. No. 8-Brooks____________ __ __ 3.242 __ __ __ __ __ __ $1,258.32. geography of the state will be given trees and shrubs. A minimum esti-
, District No. 4-Long Bridge. No. 5-Little Springs______ __ __ 3.198 __ __ __ __ __ __ For per diem and mileage of school here for the benefit of prospective in- mate is 200, which is considerably
District No. 5-Little Springs. No. 25-Lawtey______________ __ __ __ __ 7.128 __ __ __ __ board, $400. vestors and homeseekers.The more than any other state has. Near-
District No. Providence.. No. 3-Starke______ ________ __ __ __ __ 6.945 4.304 __ __ For salary of county superintendent, non-tropical hardwoods are the ly half of these, however, are tropical
District No. Brooklyn.. No. 18--Brooker---_____ __ __ _. __ __ __ 2.985 __ __ $1,500. most abundant in a belt of red hills species, which are confined to within
District No. 8-Brooks. No. 28-Zif---------------------- __ __ __ __ 3.723 __ __ Later it was found that the super- and hammocks, 100 to 200 feet abovesea a few miles of the coast in South
District No. 9-Pine Hill. intendent could not properly look after level, parallel to the Gulf Coast in Florida, and make up a very insignificant -
District No. Vanderbilt.. Providence-Ethel Means, princi the schools and do all of his cler- Gadsden, Leon, Jefferson, Madison, part of the state's total forest
District No. 11-Graham. -Since: the survey Guilford dis- pal; Mary Pope, Myrtie Wynn, assis ical work, too, and he was allowed assistance Hamilton, Suwannee, Columbia, Ala- resources.-Roland M. Harper in
trict No. 29 has been and
District No. 12-New River. ; organized tants; $560. in the clerical work. chua and Marion counties, with outliers Tampa Times.
takes the
District No. 13-Midway, from "vacant" area 2.70 Theressa-Julian Collins, principal; From the above may be seen that in Jackson and Hernando. High
District No. 14-Pine Grove. miles. assistants to be supplied, $340. Whenever, You Need a General Tonic
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education is a live issue in this coun pine land, characterized by lonf-leaf
District No. 15-Heilbronn. Each sub-scbol district is in immed- Pine Hill-Mamie Pinholster, prin Take Grove's.The .
that and
ty and a school is within easy pine black-jack oaks, covers mostof
District No. 16-rRising. iate charge of three trustees and the cipal; Edna Baxter, asistant; $180. reach of every home. Patrons take West Florida, the lime-sink region Old Standard Grove's Tasteless
District No. Boatdrain.. millage assessed is three mills. Elections Johnstown-Mildred Crosby, $140. much interest in the education of their from Hamilton county to Hillsborough chill General Tonic Tonic is because equally it valuable contain.u the a
District No. 18-Hampton. are held every two years. Swift Creek, Nita Dukes, $140. children and the children themselves and the lake region from Clay to De-i! well known tonic properties of QUININEand
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District No. 21-Palestine. this writing, also the estimated cost Mrs. 0. M. Maines, Mae McKinney, as. plied with teachers is an arduous task few points reach 300. In many places Builds up the Whole System. 60 cents.


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PAGE TWENTY-EIGHT FRIDAY
SEPTEMBER 7, 1917. J

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1''f oooomoo oooo FIGHT THE BOLL WEEVIL. FLORIDA COTTON OIL COMPANY cannot be forecast, but cotton pickers planter in "the fall as they are at no permits. Fall destruction ofweerik
> ; WILL HANDLE LOTS OF NUTS wages have more than doubled in some other time, declares Dr. W. D. Hun- insures a crop for the followinr **T.
ter, the writer of this bulletin. "If son."
0 of the
?' COUNTY AGENTS' REPORTS The editor of the Telegraph spent parts South. '
market and About the only relief in sight for the farmer desires to kill these insects This measure of control, it is
two days last week in a hurried trip Ready top prices are pojjj It.
I the farmer is to then ,he can do so. If it is not ed out by the
,60000000000000A6Lake over the county. He went into pretty I awaiting farmers having a peanut buy improved farming entomoJogist, can not b*
staple much every section of the county, and crop at the Jacksonville and Tallahassee machinery and implements so that he practicable to burn the stalks, theycan applied alike to all infested regions.
County-The first long do still be uprooted; It is of the
can more work with less la thereby destroying greatest importance
everywhere he went he heard of the offices of the Cotton Oil man ink .
cottpn on the market is of fair qual-i of the boll weevil, which Company, Flora of this bor. And when he starts out to do. the green food supply of the wee- calities of the extreme South where
presence
iity. that he vils and preventing the further the boll
shows that the infestation is rather company. "We will buy all the pea- will find all machinery has ad- increase weevil problem is roost tet.
vanced in price and some of it is hardto I of the insects. The cotton then ious. Farther
general. This being the case our nuts that the farmers have to sell this north the colder wi
Wakulla County-Five more pig- get at any price. Yet conditionsare can be picked as the supply of labor ters make this Js.
t.. farmers must make up their minds tan year, said C. H. Pillsbury, managerof I step less important As
; club boys have ordered Duroc-Jersey .-Ae a determined fight against tha the company. not likely to improve by waiting, I --
; pigs. pest if they expect to grow another Never before has the Florida CottonOil and since the farmer will find it neces- I r, =.
crushed and sary to buy the machinery sooner or =
cotton crop at a profit. Company peanuts
Lee County-It is quite likely that The only way yet found to make manufactured that fine brand of oil be later he should get it now while it can BLACK MAMMOTH JACK

five silos will be built in this county any sort of effective fight on this pestis which is obtained from this crop, but had.
j in the near future. to pull up and burn the cotton stalks this year the company understands the "While the conditions in Florida are
early in the fall, clean up the field farmers of the state have planted pea not as bad as in some of our sister REGISTERED
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where cotton has been grown, giving nuts to a greater degree. states, says Mr. Rolfs, "we have every -
COUNTY AGENTS REPORTS dippingvats part::;'::r attention to dead stumps Peanuts will find a ready market in reason to believe that we will FOR SERVICE OR FOR SALE
r more
Baker County-Two and fence jams.Fortunately ... Jacksonville, as the company here and soon have a still greater stringencyof
will soon be built in this coun- labor. The forehanded farmer will 5 Yean old. Weight 800 pounds.
t most of the cotton in at Tallahassee has a capacity for two
ty. this million bushels annually. While this do what he can to meet the situationby
the county was planted early
T. H RIMES
year, and the crop will be practicallyall amount will not be grown for many beginning early. LAKE BUTLER, FLA.

Levy County-Cotton is being bad- gathered by October 15th. This years in Florida, all that is availablecan
ly damaged by the wet weather and will give the opportunity to dispose of be handled with ease here by the VALUABLE FRUIT TREE.

the rust which has attacked nearly the stalks early without the loss of company. An alligator pear tree in Whittier, -
patch. much top cotton. "We want to encourage the farmersto Cal., is the 1I ...-.-. ... J
every probably most valuable ,.}o.-< .... '_'....
Farmers who planted late and now plant peanuts, as there is always a fruit tree in the world. It is insured

Holmes County-Farmers in this have the weevil on their places will good market and excellent prices for against wind and fire by Lloyds of 1ustplantthe

county have bought 180 head of grade get very little, if any, top cotton, so them; ,'' sid Mr. Pillsbury. In the western '- London for $30,000. Last year it pro- C/ Better
they can also dispose of the stalks part of the state the greatest duced Tape
k' and pure bred, mostly pure bred, cattle 3,000 pears, average the grower a row
of have
been
without much loss. amount peanuts raised
50 cents each. It also uced
in Texas. pro $1-
.; The. early burning of the stalks this year, but many planter are putting 500 worth of budwood, making a total ataTimeResultc-
.. serves a double purpose. It kills all in crops in the northern and even production of $3,000 for the
- Alachua County-Farmers are busy the eggs and worms that are in the in the southern districts of the state year. Less LaborWITH

picking cotton on dry days. Recent squares and it will also starve manyof according to Mr. Pillsbury. BOLL WEEVIL CONTROL.
'. rains have caused some cotton to the mature weevils. After crushing the peanuts and securing -

I sprout 'and otherwise damaging the Every farmer should, of course, join the oil, the stock which is lefts -

.. crop considerably. in' this war on the pest, but there utilized as a high grade stock feed, "Push cototn picking to early com-
:...: will be some doubting Thomases who and every part of the crop is a usefulone. pletion and then destroy the cotton sit.
will not profit by the experience of They are coming into extensive plants before the boll weevils hiber-
of
Santa Rosa County-The work others. This, however, should not dis- use, and the farmers of Florida could nate." FOR.BETTER GARDENS

.z organizing the Stock Breeders' As- courage the enterprising, go-ahead do! no better than to look more toward If every cotton farmer whose fields Better results because ,
is about complete. only
f sociation at Juniper farmer. Nature has very kindly done a good crop of peanuts.ult is are infested with weevils would carryout ;7.s finest, selected seeds from
At subsequent meetings a program something for the man who will do like ready money," said Mr. Pillsbury.THE that suggestion of an entomolo- prize winning strains are used.
designed to encourage the and membersin food for himself. The boll weevil does not gist in the United States Departmentof t,, 'r' They are properly spaced ia

agricultural development begin to move from one farm to an- FLORIDA FARMER LEADS Agriculture the 1918 American cot- \ thin tissue paper tape which
conservation. : will be presented. other until about the first of August. ton crop would get a substantial boost + ';; .- absorbs and holds moisture,
The farmer who rids his place of them this fall. For fall destruction of wee- ;is .,' giving quicker and better germination
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First, Because of Location, to Answer 4 and healthier plant
vils is ;
now considered
i Putnam County-Much clearing is this fall and plants early next springcan Nation's Call for Food. the allimportant life. Less labor, because you
for next year's Irish potato have fairly good matured measure in boll weevil control. "
being done a crop ; plant a whole row at a time,
crop. Tanners are also planting before the pest comes in on him from Hand in hand with early fall destruction i : and no thinning out is necessary

I fall crops, especially small grains, and the farm of a careless neighbor. The With the nation potato bankrupt of weevils goes the practiceof i on account of proper
are preparing winter pastures for the man who does this will be the man last spring, Florida was the first planting cover crops after the cot- ; spacing in the tape. More
hogs. More truck crops will be planted to grow cotton at a profit next year. state to dump her crop on the hungry ton stalks have been removed. Such economical, because abso
lutely no of seeds
this fall than ever before. The man who has the weevil now and market. And it was a valuable contribution crops not only improve the soil but waste
r..; does nothing to rid his place of it will furnish feed of a kind Southern farm- Pakro Seedtape Is made by
rf& to the nation's food supply. She the American Seedtape Co.
not make enough cotton next year to has a chance, because of her favorable ers now need. Thus the proper step 71 West 23rd St,New York
I Manatee County-The Ellwood Association 'pay for the fertilizer and cultivation. to take in controlling the boll weevil City. Get it at your deal-
location
which provides a growing sea- Price
en lOc
, of Growers met to consIderwhat will increase the production of per package
:r forage
son for ten to twelve months of the
should handle I rii
market agency and assist in the
production of
,. their truck crops. It is likely they MEXICAN JUNE CORN. year, to keep well to the front in thegovernment's In a recent publication of the depart-meat. ii A. M. DARBY, ,

_. will use the citrus exchange for this I food production camS ment of agriculture, Farmers' Bulletin STARKE, FLA
'_ D. W. Moore of Theressa adds to paign. Let the Florida farmer continue No. :
: purpose. 848, The Boll Weevil Problem, the s -
the Bank of Starke's agricultural exhibit to lead. department
says so emphatically. TAYLOR'S DRUG STORE
i Palm Beach c.nnly-An; interesting II a couple of ears of Mexican June versity In directing of Florida that leadership extension the division.Uni "Weevils are at the mercy of the 4 WORTHIXGTOS.Lay .
corn. The corn was planted on May
( tractor demonstration was held at i
is urging the planting of fall
pasture
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15th of
Prosperity Farms, where a Moline following a crop string beans,
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crops in order that the supply of
gram
and is matured. The
I> now fully corn
soft muck. It did
tractor was used on for livestock be conserved. This
( is very hard and would probably haveto may
excellent work and is the first tractor -
may be a roundabout way of contributing -
be cracked
to make good stock feed.
Ii that has given entire satisfaction
but it will
effective For
prove
on the soft muck soil. weevil Mr. Moore to do says his worst.it defies He says the it corn is the nation contemplates a greater use
I
chiefly valuable for what he calls a of corn and rice for human food so
t.- Clay County-Farmers have creat- "catch" crop-to be planted following that wheat may be exported to our the foundation Now for TheBig

ed a large demand for carbon bisul- another crop that does not come allies. Meat is a valuable food and
f' phide. They are going to try to save off until early summer. before we deprive the animals of any
gi- their corn from the ravages of the 1 of their ration, we must plant something -
weevils. A great deal of good seed I to take the place of the corn ,
I corn is being selected in the field this FARMERS SHOULD ADVERTISE. I they are now consuming.All .

year. of the corn can not be diverted I
I There. is a market for pretty much from its common use for feeding live- of The future

f Madison County-This county has I everything the farmer has for sale. stock to that of feeding humans, but Opportunities

the largest acreage of peanuts, velvet The best and cheapest way to get in by growing fodder crops, which includes I
beans and sweet potatoes it has ever touch with a buyer for what you haveto roots, ensilage, legumes, con
I and indications now are that sell is through an advertisement in centrates and roughage for the ani-
grown the cent-a-word column of the Tele- mals the situation
can be greatly re-
we shall have more feed than we can
IF'-' graph. Write out your advertisement, lieved. It is from this same point of
Record
find livestock to consume for hogs it. in count the words and remit for it at one view that the increased use of pota- We are at the opening of the biggest and most prosperous season ever knownto
prices are being paid range
condition. cent a word.COUNTY toes is important;, the potato, both Bradford County farmers, but what is happening now is only the beginning of the ,

Irish and sweet, is a partial substi- big chances in farming The that to will offer
tute for wheat in times of need. years ae come even bigger opportunities -

r[ Dade County-The Lemon City high AGENT RECOMMENDED If you have a grain crop growing, for money-making from farming and stock raising

f f school will hereafter be known as the rice for example, let it mature and The
present prosperous season is the time for farmers to build the foundation I
Dade County Agricultural High At a meeting of the Bradford County :
: save the grain. Save much of
Ia School. Steps are being taken to establish I Live Stock Association held at the peanut crop as you as can for human your of a permanent and lasting prosperity. Prepare now for the bigger opportunities of

poultry yards and hog pens at i j i courthouse last Monday afternoon, food by growing the roughages for the the future. These opportunities are sure to come, and when they do come you should
the school farm as an aid in teaching I|I Lacy J: Wynn, of the Hampton section livestock. In South Florida the Cali- be ready to them
:1. modern methods for the care of live was recommended to the State fornia still be grasp
stock. Later a herd of dairy cows Live Stock Sanitary Board for appointment planted black-eyed with a view cowpea to its can making a The big business men of the country, with their teeming millions, never get to

. will be added. The Dade County pig I as county agent.It crop for food. % the point where they do not at some stage in their business operations find that they
club has sixty members. is the duty of the county agentof It is in this that the Florida
the state board to spend his time farmer can keep way the lead in food can use to great advantage more money than they have on hand. To assure them- .

I h St Johns County-The fight againstthe in promoting the work of tick eradica- duction, by raising roughage for pro-the selves of this outside assistance they build up a line of credit with a good bank. To

cattle tick is taking definite shape. tion. He will assist the stock own- animals and reducing the grain ration do this they deposit their funds in bank, thus keeping the banker in touch with their

?;; The county commissioners have voted ers in every way possible about the necessary for them under the common a- irst and at the time
the bank! under
same laying
an appropriation sufficient to construct I!! planning and construction of dipping method of feeding. :r obligations to help them when

ItJ twelve dipping vats, which will be us- 'I I vats, will prepare the mixture to be Fertilizer stocks are low and the the opportunity comes for a profitable investment that requires. more ready money.:
ed for demonstration purposes. The used in filling the vats and otherwise forecast is one of scarcity and high than they have ;

sentiment for tick eradication is growing I I promote the movement for county- prices next year. By giving more at- What these i
business it iH!
big men w Bradford
wide do farmer do
: F. N. Holmes has his 200-ton silo tick eradication. The position tention to livestock, growing and feed- pay every County to

filled and is preparing to plant ten I I pays $75 per month. ing the roughages on the farm, the Now, when money is plentiful, deposit your funds with a bank that takes a personal .u
and four to millet.. Mr. Wynn has taken a great deal of maximum from each interest in affairs and .
{ acres to sorghum interest fertility crop your is always willing to do its full share toward helping you :.
to replenish his silo in the late fall. I in tick eradication work and will be returned to the soil, reducingthe
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St. Augustine is to have a silk factory. I I is well fitted for the position of county demand for the commercial ferti- to make} a success of your business. This is the way to prepare for the bigger opportunities {

Work will be begun on the new enter-I' agent lizers. of the future. 'i-

prise in early October. The mulberrytrees FINE SORGHUM SYRUP. The Bank of Starke invites you to become one of its customers We do so with .!
for the silk worms will be set CONSERVE FARM LABOR
out soon. the full understanding that your needs in the development of your business will have

Luther Hall, of Hampton, has addedto Supply is Below-Normal-Improved* our most careful attention, and that you will have at our hands every accommodation I

Dade County-Among the farmers the Bank of Starke's agricultural Machinery Will Help. that can be extended to you within the rules of careful banking

in this county, 82 per cent own auto- I that exhibit comes a bottle as near of looking sorghum like sugar syrup Banking by mail with us is easy. Mail your checks for deposit and the returnmail '
mobiles. Half of the hogs in this
county have been immunized against I| cane syrup as any we have ever seen. "Because so many men have been will bring you a receipt and a check book. A full statement of your account accompanied '
k taken out of the state to join the
cholera. Vaccination has not only Mr. Hell few learned from experimentingwith tion's armed forces, and many more na bv your paid checks will be mailed to you at the end of each month

checked the cholera but has eliminatedit 'I' must be a boiled boilings down very that low sorghum to make have gone to work in the munitions We especially invite young men to take advantage of this time to start a suc-
A carload of Ayrshire dairy cows
plants, the supply of labor in Florida cessful business
cows wil larrive early in the fall for good syrup. It will not make sugar, career
I therefore it be boiled low has been depleted. With men going
I can as as
and carload of Holsteins
one dairyman a 1 from the farms to fill the vacancies in
would be boiled in
for another. One dairyman is cane juice making the cities, the farmer is facing an unusual -
looking for a carload of Jerseys. The sugar labor situation," DirectorP.
I Mr. Hall that says
lower twelfth East of Coast the of tomatoes Florida grown producesa in i I can be produced says at a much sorghum lower syrupI cost ida. H.experiment Rolfs, of the station.University"And of Flor-thereis Bank of Starke

that Besides
Field selection of sugar cane syrup. yielding -
the United States.
in the syrup it supplies a heavy yieldof no great relief in sight, the condi- e
seed was generally practiced
corn "
valuable stock feed. tions might become more serious' he
the county this year. adds. ,

RUSH COTTON PICKING. SUNFLOWER SEED FqR MOULT- Mr. Rolf's bases his statement on a "The Bank of *,
ING HENS. knowledge of the situation within the Helpful Service"STARKE
state. A labor census has been taken

Farmers who have open cotton in Are you growing sunflowers as a and there is no surplus farm help to

.their fields should make every possible seed crop for the chickens! It is a be had. Each farmer will have to do x FLORIDAE.

e... effort to get it out The equi- I good crop for the chickens, easily i ii the best he can to retain what help
noxial period is approaching and we i grown, and the plants provide shade he now has and in looking for more, NY
are likely to have both wind and rain during the hot weather. The seed may may find it necessary to offer steady S. MATTHEWS, President T. H. HALLIGAN Cashier.
that will be, very damaging to open be feed in limited amount at any time' employment at an increased price. ,

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practicability of fall destruction ton or sprouts from the old stumps. 4. The development of late broods, + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + One Marshal and Collector. ordinance and a copy of said affidavit or information -
the + LEGAL Two Aldermen.One shall be served within three
NOTICES daY
depends upon the supply of labor to Fire Reasons for Fall Destruction of which experiments have shown fur- Assessor. on the agent o common carrier or other
the size of the plant- nish the vast majority of weevils that I + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + Inspectors of said election. J. 1.. Peek F. son from whose possession said liquor wineor
be bad and upon Cotton Plants. winter is cut off im NOTICE OF GUARDiANS SALE. P. Shaffer and T. N. Kendnck. beer, was taken and on the consigneeof

hip, it is a measure particularly applicable 1. Hordes of adult weevils, many pass through the Notice is hereby given that on the 15th day In testimony whereof I hereunto subscribe said liquor. wine or beer, if he b found in

to the southern and southeastern for each plant in the field are killed mediately. In this way hundreds of of September, A. D. 1917 I. the undersigned my name and cause the seal of the said townto the said Town of Starke. The owner consignee
weevils that would develop from each as Guardian for Vascoe D. Alvarez and Calista be hereunto affixed this 8th day of August common or other carrier or any person
belt where the
the cotton
of
parts outright. D. Alvarez minor heirs of the estate of V. L. 1U7. interested in said lquor. wine or br. shall
cotton fields are small and labor is sufficiently 2. Many more weevils that are in plant are absolutely prevented fromso Alvarez. deceased will apply to the Honorable JOE HILL WILLIAMS. within six days of sid epy file I
to the work doing. George A. Gardiner County Judge of Bradford Mayor of Town of Starke. an answer or claim for said liquor, wine or t
plentiful perform the immature stages, sometimes as County, Florida in probate at his office in (SEAL) 8-10-4t. beer, and shall demand a hearing from the I

jj ample time. many as a hundred for each plant in 5. The removal of the infested Starke, Florida on the date above mentionedfor Mayor of the said Town of Starke. .

Extermination of boll weevils in the the field also killed. plants with the weevils facilitates fall an order to sell at private sale. the following ,, The Mayor shall hear said cause within ten
are described real estate belonging to the ORDINANCE NO 17. days thereafter and shall hear testimony in "! i f
fall has not been adopted as widely sit 3. The few adult weevils escapingwill or early winter plowing, which is the estate of V. L. Alvarez, deceased and above said cause and decide said eauuse and promptly i i

should be, the department entomologist best.possible procedure in cotton rais- named minor heirs. said land lying and beingin AN ORDINANCE TO BE ENTITLED AN render a decree according to the law and a ;
individual instances be weakened by starvation, and assists the County of Bradford and State of Florida ORDINANCE PROHIBITING THE RECEIPTOF the evidence and if said liquor wine or beer .
reports, but the great majority will not have sufficient ing. Moreover, this plowing to-wii: INTOXICATING LIQUORS. WINES OR is found to be in the corporate limits of '

everywhere show its value. In one of to through the greatly in the production of an early Lots 1, 2, 3. 4 9. 10, 11. 12, of Block Four BEER FROM A COMMON OR OTHER CAR- said Town of Starke in violation of law.tb f J .

experiments performed by the strength pass and lots 1. 2. 3. 4. 9, 10. 11. 12, of block Three RIER. PROHIBITING THE POSSESSION OF shall further declare said liquor, wine or beer Ii
many winter. crop the following season. all of said lots being in J. G. Alvarez's addition SUCH LIQUORS HEREAFTER RECEIVED forfeited and shall order the marshal or any !
bureau of entomology-this one in to Town of Starke, Florida. Also the following FROM A COMMON OR OTHER CARRIER. police officer of the said Town to destroy said .

Calhoun county, Texas-the stalks on described land to-wit: Begin at south. AND PROHIBITING THE SHIPMENT AND liquor, wine or beer in not less than ten d I
east corner of Lafayette and Adams streets, PERSONAL TRANSPORTATION OF SUCH 01' more than fifteen days from the
410 acres of land were destroyed ear- in the Town of Starke. Florida and run LIQUOR INTO THE CORPORATE LIMITSOF said decree. The Mayor shall find the value of

ly in October. Careful records kept REPORT OF GENERAL SCHOOL FUNDBRADFORD southerly along the east side of Adams street THE TOWN OF STARKE. BRADFORD sid liquor, wine or beer and tb owner or I I I J

. the fall each season showed 210 feet for a point of beginning. thence in COUNTY, FLORIDA THE SAID BRADFORD claimant may take an appeal in equity :
during the same direction 257 feet to lands of S. A. COUNTY FLORIDA HAVING HERETO causes in the State Cour. within fifteen days :

that this work had increased the pro- COUNTY PERIOD ENDING JUNE 30, 1917 1.. Ry.. thence North 83 degrees west. 477 FORE VOTED AGAINST THE SALE OF and said appeal upon giving of a bond .
one-fourth of line thence SUCH LIQUORS. WINES OR BEER. FROM in double the amount of the value of said liquor
more than a Funds of Bradford feet to east of Tompsett land. -
duction The following report of the receipts and disbursements of the School i
OUTSIDE THE STATE OF FLORIDA OR
North East line of said land 379 feet to wine or beer operate as a supersedes '
the on check County for the period ending June 30, 1917, with the balances and amount of wairfrnta outstanding on
over :
a POINTS
bale per acre crop BETWEEN ANY POINT OR WITHIN the destruction of said liquor wine .4
of south line of J. G. Alvarez's addition to alaint or
school
and statement of the assets and liabilities and the value of the property I
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THE SAID STATE OF FLORIDA AND
where such work was not thence only pending the decision of the appeal
area near by of 1917 by the County Board of Starke easterly on said South line of 'I. ,
the said Bradford County as reported on the 30th day June. THE SAID CORPORATE LIMITS OF THE
J. G. Alvarez's and Lafayette such liquor wine or beer shall remain in the
the under the addition. parallel to -
Circumstances surrounding Public Instruction is hereby published
Public Instruction and the Superintendent of
done. street 607 feet. or thereabouts, to pointof I SAID TOWN OF STARKE. FLORIDA. WITH possession, and control of the Marshal t.
experiments show tha tthe advantagewas I provisions of Chapter 6813. Laws of Florida Acts of 1915.ERNEST AMOS, Comptroller. beginning, containing three and ninety-one CERTAIN EXCEPTIONS : WHETHER IN- of the said cuto of Starke. ,
TENDED FOR PERSONAL USE OR OTHERWISE -
probably considerably greater GENERAL SCHOOL FUND. hundreds acres, more or less, said land being AND AUTHORIZING THE SEIZe Section 10. All common or other carriers or ;

than indicated by the estimated increased Treasurer's balance Jan. 1. 1917 ___ .&7 situated in the Southwest Quarter of the Southwest URE AND DESTRUCTION OF SUCH LI- their agents shall be subject to the prowess f

Refunding warrants Jan. 1, 1917 ___________-_--- ---- 19000.00 Quarter of Section 28, Township 6. South QUORS. WINES OR BEER. PROVIDINGFOR of the Mayor of the said Town of Starke to i' ,
yield, which is very conserva- Outstanding warrants Jan. 1, 1917____________________ 26930.35 45.930.So Range 22 East and bounded on the north by FEES FOR OFFICERS IN SUCH CASES produce all necessary papers and shipping records "
J. G. Alvarez's addition to Starke on the East relative to the shipment transportation,

tive.No rule be laid down Deficit. Jan. 1. 1917 ____ _--_ -___- 45,929.68 by the east side of Adams street if extended AND CIRCUIT MAKING COURT CERTIFICATE BEST EVIDENCE OF CLERKOF OF carrying possessing and custody of intoxicating t I
definite can as Receipts for the Six Months: on the South by lands of S. A. L. Ry., and on liquors, wines or beer and it shall
CERTAIN FACTS IN CERTAIN CASES. siz
to the proper time for destroying the From tax collector taxes ___________ 12,794.11 the West by land better known as the Ceo. be unlawful for any pern imp. ob f
In the From comptroller R. R. taxes and tax redemptions 10097.88 Tompsett lands. struct or prevent the seizure of ,
this general
in
weevils way. From Supt. Pub. Instruction examination fees etc _ 40.00 MRS. J. F. SIEGEL. BE IT ORDAINED by the Town Council of wine or beer as provided in thi ordinance.

proper time is whenever the weevils From county judge hunting licenses, etc ___... -_..- 67.10 Guardian for Vascoe D. Alvarez and Calista the Town of Starke, Bradford County. Stateof Section 11. The said Starke Florida -

reached such numbers as to infest From refunding warrants 13078.62 Alvarez.A. Flordia: hereby accept the terms and conditions
have V. LONG and E. M. JOHNS. Section 1. That it stall be unlawful for of the Act Congress known the
: .
From borrowed money ________ 13468.19 49,545.90Balance a Webb
of the that .
practically all squares Attorneys for Guardian. 8-17.5t. any person firm or corporation: to receive. directly Kenyon Act being Senate Bill Number ,

are being set. This may occur much __________________________________ 3,616.22 or indirectly, intoxicating liquors, winesor which ac is entitled "An Act divesting
than in others. Disbursements for the Six Months: NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED beer from a common or other carrier in th intoxicating liquors of their interstate char.
earlier in some seasons said Town of Starke of Bradford "
Elpended for SchoollSalarie UNDER SECTION 8 OP CHAPTER 4888, acter in certain cases, and which became a
Fall destruction as late as Novemberwill of teachers 10,666.00 LAWS OF FLORIDA. Florida. the said Town of Starke being situated law on March 1st, 1913. And the said Town

accomplish must but several New buildings __ ___ 204.85 Notice is hereby given that B. E. Hall purchaser in the said Bradford county. Florida, of Starke, Florida, hereby enacts that all Intoxicating -
u .
Furniture ____________________ ___ 14.98 of Tax Certificate No. 180, dated the and the said Bradford county Florida, having liquors, wines, or beer of any kind f
times the number of weevils can be Insurance _______ 241.50 5th day of July, A. D. 1915, has filed said cer- heretofore voted against the sale of intoxicating shipped into the said Town of Strk. Florida I '
---------
destroyed if the work is done in Octo- Interest bearing warrants 13.000.00 tificate in my office, and has made applicationfor liquors wines or beer, whether intendedfor from any other State or District ; !

rule should be to destroy infested Interest coupons _______________ 670.00 tax deed to issue in accordance with law. personal use or otheri and whether oft he United States, or place, lonntilU
ber. The Warrants not listed 1.816.06 Said certificate embraces the following described interstate or in rstate II' transportation to, but subject to the thl

plants at the earliest possibledate Incidentals for schools _____________ 8.5 property situated in Bradford county. Flor- Section, except That a it hereinafter shall be provided.unlawful for ed States. and consigned to wlth. the corporate
limits of the said Town
the fall. It is much better to Expenses of Adminlitrallon: ida. to-wit: Z Stark Florida
in SalArY ot superintendent ___ __ _____ ... 625.00 Southwest Quarter of Southeast Quarter, of any person, firm or corporation to possess intoxicating in violation of this hreby

sacrifice a.small. quantity of cotton Per diem and mileage of board _ _ 194.40 Sec. 25. Tp. 7. S. R. 21 E., 40 acres. lquor. wines or beer, hereafter declared unlawful, and prohibited. and al
than to defer the operation. The loss Incidentals for board and auperintendent .- 247.59 The said land being assessed at the date ofthe received indirectly, from a common said intoxicating liquors, wines or beer
in limits of the
other carrier the
made increase Printing __________________________. .. ._ 40.25 issuance of such certificate in the name or corporate be subject to seizure, forfeiture and destrue-
be whether intended for
will more than good by an Expenses of examinations _ _ 85.40 of N. P. Cauthen. Unless said certificate shall said Town of Starke per-. tion from the time of its arrival within tb
in the next crop. Interest ___ 932.13 be redeemed according to law tax deed will sonal 1 or otheri. and whether interstate corporate limits of the said Town. \

In where the loss of organic Canning club _______ ... _ _ 250.00 issue thereon on the 10th day of Sept. A. or hereinafter or transportation Section 12. That in all cases"ol seizure U i
regions Borrowed money _______ ..... 8,468.19 D. 1917.Witness. except as provide provided herein the Mayor, Marshal or Police $f''
matter from the burning of stalks is Refund palla __ 4.00 Section 3. That it for any Officer and Town Clerk shall receive the same '
on -
important, it is advisable, the specialist Paving _____________________________________ 210.36 39.698.43 the 9th day my of official July, A.signature D. 1917. and seal this express common company carrier or or person railroad to company ship or, or trans any fe addition and to mileage mileage as the in other marshal eases or, other except in I I',

the stalks of W. T. WEEKS port into the corporate limits of the said Town p "
says, to cut by means Deficit _________________________ 35982.21 Clerk Circuit Court. Bradford County. Fla. of Starke wines lice officer shall receive a fee of one dollar
the machine usually employed for that Dr. transfers from S. S. districts ________________________________ 366.64 By R. A. WEEKS any intoxicating in the liquors State,of Florida or such seizures when the quantity of intoxicating ,
br. or from a place liquors, wines or beer seized does not exceed i
and bury them deeply as soon -10-5L (SEAL) Deputy Clerk. the corporate limits of the said 8
purpose Net deficit June 80. 1917 _________________________ 36.615.67 in quantity twenty gallons and in eases where j
Town of intoxicating liquors
u possible. This'will'cause the destruction Outstanding refunding warrants June 30. 1917 ________________ 29000.00 Starke any the quantity of intoxicating liquors, wines or I
wines beer
of many of the immature Outstanding warrants June 30. 1917 _________________________ 13425.79 42425.79Depoeitory ADMINISTRATOR'S SETTLEMENT.NOTICV T FINAL ciation or or corporation for any person whether firm in club original asso- beer Ion,. so such seized marshal exceed or other in quantity police twenty officer shall gal- 3

stages of the weevil in the squares and balance June 30. 1917 ___________________________ 6810.22 NOTICE Is hereby given that on October 8. package or otherwise otherwise, and whether intended hereinafter receive a fee of five dollars for such seizure
bolls. Other fall measures againstthe ASSETS AND LlA1L1T1ES. 1917. I will present to the County Judge of for personal use or except as said fe for seizure not becoming due unti
Bradford County. Florida my final account provided. the quantities seized are removed I,
Available Jauts 1 frm th
weevils include plowing under infested Section 4. That it shall be unlawful for '
General School Fand.f.alance and vouchers of the estate of Calvin Mon. deceased place> of seizure to the Mayor's office in
squares, grazing cotton fields cash In treasury ___ 6810.22 and apply for the approval of same any person to personally transport from with- Town or to the place of storage used by the
within the State of Florida into the
with cattle, sheep or goats and pre- Uncollected taxes including current year _________________ 1.286.64 and for my final discharge as such administra out corporate or limit of the said Town of Starke, purpose.said Marshal or other police officer for such

venting the growth of volunteer cot- Balance cash In treasury __ Special Tax Diltrlet. ______ 6.119.31 tor.Dated this the 30th day of March, A. D. whether same is intended for personal use Section 13. In all eases hereunder where It
otherwise, intoxicating winesor
1917. or any lqurs. i a necessary to that the County of Bradford
prove
-
Balance cash in bond __________ 1,213.81
beer in
A. Z. ADKINS any quantity a of the State of Florida has voted against
: OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED Uncollected taxes, Including current year __ -__ 638.99
NOTICI hereinafter
UNDER SECTION 8 OF CHAPTER 4888, Uncollected taxe including bond ________________ 65U4 Administrator of the estate of Calvin Mott. de., I Section 5.provide in this ordinance the sale of intoxicating liquors wines or beer,
ceased, Starke. Fla. l-30-6mo. the sworn certificate of the clerk of the Cir
LAWS OP FLORIDA. shall make it unlawful : cuit Court of the said count to that effect
Notice b hereby given that G. P. Dover.purchaser Total available assets ___ -------_____ 21,623.51LIABILITIES.
of tax certificate No. 82. dated theM NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED (A) For druggists to receive and possess ahaI be conclusive and the best evideneot

day of August A. D. 1914. has filed said General School Fund. UNDER SECTION 8 OF CHAPTER 4888 alcohol and other intoxicating! liquors and fact.Section.

certificate in my office and baa made application Warrants outstanding for current expenses ___ 13425.79 LAWS OF FLORIDA. such preparations as may be sold by druggist 14. That I for any reason, any see-
for tax deed to iuue In accordance with Warrants outstanding or other evidences of Indebtedne except bonds Hereby notice b given that Louis H. Hill, for the special purpose and in the manner tion or part of Ordinance shall h heldunconstitutional
law. Bald certificate embraces the following given for property or money borrowed the payment of which U purchaser of tax sale certificates Bombered a now or hereafter provided by law, or or invalid then tht shall
deferred _____ __ for the manufacture of medicines that conform not invalidate other this Ordi-
situated in Bradford eoun- 29000.00 any part
eMrtbed property ,----------- -------------------------- respectively 64 and 65 issued by the Tax Collector .
ty. Florida. to-wKi Spedal Tax District for Bradford County, Florida. each of to the provisions of the Pure Food and nance, but the same shall b enforced without

8W14 of SWU. See. 10. Tp. 6. S. R. 19 Special tax district warrants outstanding __________. 7,698.41 aid certificates being dated the 3rd day of Drug Act of the State of Florida and the. reference to the part 8 to be invalid.
X. 40 acre The laid being assessed at the Special tax district bonds outstanding ______________ 64,000.00 August A. D. 1914 has filed said certificates United States of America, or for bona fide hospitals S Section 15. That all Ordinances and part

date of issuance of men eertifiaeet in the name I Special tax district warrants outstanding from bond funds __________ 1517.50 In my office, and has made application fort or for manufacturers of perfumery and of ordinances in conflict with the provisionsof
toilet articles to receive and alcohol
of Unknown.Unless I t \ deed to issue in accordance with law. possess this Ordinance are hereby repealed.
said certificate shall be redeemed' Total ___-._._____?_______________.____?.___ ....___?_ 115641.70 The said certificates respectively embrace for the use of bona fide patients of such Lot- Section 16. That this ordinance shall become
deed will luue thereon VALUE OF SCHOOL PROPERTY. pitals or in the manufacturing of such medicines effective immediately its
according to law, tax th. following land in Bradford County, Her- and upon passageand
.. the 10th day of September. A. D. 1917. General ida asieecd! at the date of the issutn e of Midi or flavoring extracts, or perfumery approval.
Witness my official signature and seal this School houses and lots _ _ ---_______. 102470.00 certfcnteo ir the names respect!..!', herein toilet articles or for any common or other Passed by Town Council in adjurne session
the 27th day of July A. D. 1917. School Furniture _______-____._______?_.__________ 16,525.00 after particularly set forth. to-wit: carrier to ship or transport such liquorj or this 13th day of August A. .
W. T. WEEKS. School. apparatus ___________ ____ ______ 2295.00 Certificate No. 64 embraces lot 4 in Ott's alcohol for said purposes to such druggists rr E. S. MATTHEWS. I
(SEAL) Clerk Circuit Court. Other school property-libraries ___________________1__ 2270.00 sub division of Eat Lawtey, assessed Wm hospitals or manufacturers of medicines or of (SEAL) President of Council.
By R. A. WEEKS Williams. flavoring extrac or of perfumery, or of toilet Attest:

I-I-It. Deputy Clerk. Total -____________________________________ 123,660.00 Certificate No. 65 embraces lot 7 in Ott' corporate that limits such of the laidTo'n C. A. FC.Town
of Starke provided consigneeor
.
sub-division of East Lawtey, assessed David
M. Smith. addressee or hi or its duly authorized agent Approved b me this 2Zna aay of August,
shall at the of delivery to him said
A. D. 191T.
according Units* said to law.certificates tax deed ahall will issue b: redeemed thereon cohol or liquors make an affidavit and 81-1 I JOE HILL WILLIAMS.
REPORT OF SPECIAL TAX SCHOOL DISTRICT to such common or other carrier that such (Copy)
on the 1st day of October A. D. 1917. cohol or liquors is ordered for and will oe 8-Z4-t. ___ Maor.
-
Witness my official signature and seal this ed for the purposes specified herein, and he J
the 21st day of August. A. D. 1917. shall in said affidavit name the purpose of BILL FOR PARTITION. .1 ;

BOND FUNDS, JUNE 30, 1917. W. T. WEEKS. those specified herein for whifh same w'll In Circuit Court Bradford County florida '
(Seal) Clerk. be used and that it will be used for no ether In Chancery. :
By R. A. WEEKS. J. Regenstein CompanyA .
> too : I0 :: 8-24-6L Deputy Clerk. pur.For any person for the use of Vm- Corporation. .'

'- ;.;.;. :at- f ;; C.. self or for the use of his own family .-(i.ll1 Complainant.
t-
C c: ;;; .2 c: : I TOWN TAX NOTICE. with him. to personally transport to his own vs
.. I
.. 0; 0 %
... b,('" i... a ';; too"' !;c: t-... Notice is hereby given that the following described home or to possess or to receive from try B. W. Hodges, et al. Bill for Partition.

.. .: ... f n. .!: ;: lands will be sold at Public Auctionon common or other carrier shipped from with Notice to Appa.
the lirtits of the said The State of Florida Hoffman
out corporate -
Zt- ]-, ot- too ..3 i : ]'; Z.-. the First Monday in September. 1917 it Starke. not exceeding the quantity of one Tow 4uar1 and R. R. Hoffman, Greeting M.ud .
> : .. .. .. ,
0) the 3rd
!:! II ... .. : :: .e :: 31 :: :; .s o i !! ; .. ''in the County of Bradford. State of Florida, of intoxicating liquors or wine and not ex It having been shown by affidavit that the ,
.! i ; :: ; CC n5 i:: e -C :; ; iS or so much thereof as will be necessary to ceding six quar of beer or malt where said defendants. Jenne: Maud Hoffman and R. R
Q :0, 0.. n-, 0 ::;; c--. 0.. ,.,... the due beer or do not contain more than five Hoffman her husband are non-residents
pay amount for taxes herein set
opposite of during period of the state of Florida and that the of I,
5113.23' pereentum any residence
3 1037.50 30000.00 30000.00 103j.5\1 6s3. a the same together with the cost of alcohl
22 140.13 480.00 8000.0D 140.13 8000.00 480.00 such sale and advertising thirty or for any common or sid defendants is at Akron. Ohio and that I
23 6.0.70 15000.00 170.65 15000.00 400.05 Mrs. Carrie Mills-Lots 246 and frationallots other carrier to ship or transport to any per, said defendants are over the age of twentyone -
in the limits of the said Townof
25 96.76 11000.00 fl000.00 96.76f A and B. Blk 35, Johns add to son corporate years.
f. __ Starke-$17.40. Starke for the personal use of such person. It is therefore ordered considered and adjudged r;
1390.82 1517.60 64000.00 140.13 170.65 64000.00 1517.60 1080.04 SILAS KITE I I or for the use of the members of- his family: and the said Defendant Jennie Maud
8-3-51. Marshal and Collector. residing with him. not exceeding one quart of Hoffman and R. R. Hoffman her husband do
intoxicating liquors or wine and not exceeding I appear to the Complainant Bill of Complaintto

TOWN TAX-NOTICE. six quarts of beer or malt where said beer 01' partition dpserb; land lying -
malt does not contain more than five perecn and being in the County of Bradford and
Notice is hereby given that the following turn of alcohol during any period of thirty State of Florida. to-wit: ,
REPORT OF SPECIAL TAX SCHOOL DISTRICT described lands will be sold at Public Auctionon consecutive days. North half of Southwest quarter of Sec C

the First Monday in September 1917 it (CI) For any priest or minister rf any religious ton 6, Township 6, South Range 22 East on .
being the 3rd day of said month at Lawtey, denomination or sect to receive and the 1st day of October A. D. 1917. ',
in the County of Bradford. State of Florida possess wines for sacramental or in default whereof a decree pro eonfesso will -
INTEREST AND SINKING FUNDSJUNE 30, 1917. or so much thereof as will be necessary to for any common carrier or pUr to be entered against the said Jennie Maud Hoffman '

pay the amount due for taxes herein set opposite ship or transport for said purposes carer.any and R. R. Hoffman, her husband.It 1"

1 the same together with the cost of priest or minister of any religious denomna.tion is further ordered that this note be published
B such sale and advertising. or st.Section in the Bradford County Telegraph.newspaper a

too :L'a.. ... C Major Bell-That portion of Block 26, East 6. That it hall be unlawful! tny published at Starke in Bradford .
;;; ? t atL Lawtey, fronting 100 ft on Starke and express Company railroad company or any County Florida, once each week for five con-
t-i
_- Lawtey road. 25 6 22 $2. 5. deliver intoxicating secutive weeks.
"' ; :: a ;;; common or other carrier to any -
.. c 6 ,0 '.!:I j ... J.. Green Irvin-Lot 16, Ott's subdivision East liquors, wines or beer to any person In WITNESS WHEREOF. I have hereuntoset
:;, S .. .";.. .. II _::1 Lawtey. 23 5 22 81.3. other than the consignee or addressee in per- my hand and affixed the seal of our
i; ,"'t- c:., : .II ",0II .. C. H. Kettles-Block 50 in East Lawtey. cur
.= A son of such shipment or transportation 0 on this th 30th day of AU't. A. D. .
.c- .. ::I .. .5 .... !;; E ".. :! II"-. 26 5 22 'Ut vided for in paragraph B of Section 5 hereof: W .T. WEEKS.Seal .
c: c: c:_ R. F. Martin-Diagonal lot 7 ani1 3H acresin
AA n: .. .Q Q II : and such or other carrier and he i it ( ) Clerk. ,
Q =: ., 0.II. c:: c u... : Sec. 26. Tp. S S. R. 22 E. in Town of or their agents cO'mn are charged with i-nowlxlg By A. KNIGHT.
C
I 1.374.62 1904.92 900.00 32.80 2346.65 Lawtey 26 5 22 $6.45. of whether any shipment or transit>rint.t" A. V. LONG Deputy Clerk.
22 604049 664.17 2 0.00 11.07 110.D9 808.10 James Robinson-Blocks 46 and 49, East Law- caried by them contains intoxicating I'l.'unrs, Solicitor for Complainant. 8-J1-6U
21 809.00 1533.26 90.00 27.82 2224044 tey 26 5 22 $1.80. wines or beer and of whether the person wro -
25 GUS 874.87 330.00 13.01 31.76 754.69 Mrs. M. Padgett-Block 9, East Lawtey represents to such common or other carrier

-- 23 5 22 $4.30. that he is the consignee or addressee is in NOTICE .
Marion Sams-Blocks 41 and 45, East Law- Notice U hereby given that the following de
1042,49 e8j7.82 1560.00 84.70 110.lIa 11.75. 6133.77 fact the consignee or addressee of such shipment -
tel 26 $1.80. or transportation and of whether such acrib lands wil Ibe sold at public auction
1.. L. 8,4 PP, address or consignee has received by or First Monday in October. 1917. U b
8-3-St Marshal and Collector. through it or him noe exceeding one quart of ing the 1st day of said monlh before
intoxicating liquors or wines and not exceed courthouse door at Starke, Brdford coun

NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED ing six quarts of beer or malt within the last ty. State of Florida, or a much thereof a*
SPECIAL TAX SCHOOL DISTRICT FUNDS.JUNE
REPORT
OF
Under Section 8. of Chapter 4888. thirty consecutive days and shall keep a record will b necear to pay the amount due for
taxes set the
LAWS OF FLORIDA. of such shipments and transportations of opposite same together
such liquors, or wine or beer or malt together with the cost of such sale and advertising.
30, 1917. Hereby notice is given that G. W. Alderman with the date of delivery and the original receipt R. S. Johns.-Blk 21 as extended on EnKa .
rirchaser of tax sale certificates numbered re- to it. him or them by the or map in original Town of ,
eetlvtly! 92 and 109, issued by the Tt x Collector addressee of such shipment which consiane at all T. 6, Range 22 East- Stark. S. .

I t- : for Bradford County. Florida. .',, "i of times be open to inspection by Marshalor .
'.e-_4 5s 8.:J certificate being dated July 6th. A. D. any police officer and or th Attorney W34 of blk 33 in Livingston Truby 4 Co's
t- ..-.. II '" o: 1915. ha filed said certificates in my oTic! and of the said Town of Starke. sub division of NE% of NE%. 28,
= : (04.. C d r.-. trade application 'or tax ceed: ti iuae! in S .
Se Tp 6. Range 22 East, Taxes ,
l c! tIll' ..-. Section 7. That any person, flrm club association
.... C Ie' aitoidaree with law. The uid certificates or corporation and or the agent or 117.55. Owner, R. M. Ellerson.
-4 .: s:! o .5 f!' e' -C v ;: respectively embraces the following lands in agents, employee or employees of either vio Blk 36 in Livingston Truby J Co's sub division .
,. r3 C onA n Bradford county, Florida. assessed at the date of NE% of NE%. 28. Twp. 6.
t 5 1 i !: 2 .i- I. ,. r' E of the issuance of such certificates in the latinI say of the provisions of this ordinance S.
'E 0d .. '5: t 1! r.-o .. upon conviction, be fined not less than Range 22 Eaat Taxes Cts, $1.6.
'ii hereinafter
en names respectively particularly set
Owner R. .
:. -c: .. .C C c c: twenty-five dollars nor more than five hundred .
;:: .. .. nC e .. > .: .: ::11 :1 forth, to-wit: N4ofSWofSWI4lesa3AiaSec.Tp.
be imprisoned in the Town Jail for
.. C.. of c:: rn 0 o. co 00 0. c: Certificate No. 92 embraces 2 A In Northwest dolars. or ,
than sixty days or by both fine and 7. Range 20 East, 17 acres, Taxes and
1 142.74 33.25 152.27 145.00 21.14 9UM Quarter of Southwest Quarter E of Main stand imprisonment in the d.scretion: of the Mayor. costs, 1021. Owner. Unknown.
2 3.24 132.10 988.25 632.00 73.58 488.00 141.61 N. of B. M. Leverett & Co. W of Ry, 01'hlk Section 8. That any warrant or affidavit B. M. DOWUNG.
:3 1.58 1649.87 1971.69 935.50 1099.44 170? 63 1209 M. Sec. 28. Tp. 6. S. R. 19 E.. 2 acres for any violation of this ordinance need not Tax Collector.
4 251.96 189:87 35.00 3.83 403.00 assessed S. R. Estep & Co. negative exceptions herein contained or
Ii 58.30 360.00 527.96 222.60 269.27 17.S1 275.00 Certificate No. 109 embraces Lots 1 and 2 th
that the liquors or beer NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX
. 6 19.56 109.19 8.60 230.35 of blk 37 in Worthington. assessed Unknown. intxcating wine' DEE
was transported UNDER SECTION 8 OP CHAPTER
'I Unless said certificates shall be redeemed pe Ihiw 488,
U4 62.25 7.58 3.00 43.31 for any of in Section LAWS OF FLORIDA.
according to law tax deed will issue thereonon
8 47.151 90.09 45.00 U3 88.07 5 hereof, but such exceptions may be relied np- Notice is hereby given that A. Z. Adkins,
the 17th day of A. D. 1917.
9 148.82 67.78 70.00 4.81 131.79 September on a a defense and th burden of establishing purchaser of Tax Certificate No. 173, dated the
10 109.26 106.13 20.00 6.15 189.24 Witness my official signature. and seal this the same shall be upon the person, ln 5th day of July A. D. 1915. has filed said certificate -
9th day of August. A. D. 1917.
; 11 IU9 90.20 141.89 11.75 72.93
or corporation claiming the benefit in my ole. and has made applicationfor
1 12 15UI 165.98 lUO 9.44 294047 W. T. WEEKS Section All
9. intoxicating liquors wines or tax deed in accordance with law.
: 13 65.11 3.50 25.46 1.10 3.50 89.67 (SEAL) Clerk. beer transported. carried, Said certificate embraces the following described
Z 14 20.80 34.18 235.26 32.50 8,48 13.83 194.23 By R. A. WEEKS and ahipp in the corporate p property situated in Bradford county.
15 71.37 10.00 128.16 60.00 12.34 10.00 127.19 said Town of Starke in violation of the provisions Florida to-wit: 4
: 16 147.59 152.56 10.00 21.66 268.49 8-10-61. Deputy Clerk.MAYOR'S of this ordinance, may b seized by Southwest quarter of Northeast quarter and i
:, 17 2.2e 64.57 87.03 1.24 10.61 34.07 any marshal or police officer of said Townof Southeast quarter of Northwest quarter and \ 4

; 18 92.80 152.71 liO.OO 11.19 10.00 14.12 Starke. All such liquors wines or beer & Northeast quarter of Southwest quarter and r
:: 19 101.57 11.18 Ul 160.22 PROCLAMATION. seized shall be taken by the seizing Northwest quarter of Southeast quarter
. 20 151.89 1.00 6U7 10.00 4.79 1.00 204047U I. Joe Hill Williams Mayor of the Town of and by him kept in come secure pla ofccr. 22. Tp. 7, S. R. 20 E.. 160 acres. S t

16.11 39.11 15.00 4.13 145.94 Starke, Florida. by virtue of the authority the same is of by law. Within twen. land being assessed at the date of the T llaae >1 .
ZZ 57.n 1212.8 MUS 10.00 63.11 .140.13 1118.82 631.06 vested in me by law. oo hereuy call an i-u-e- ty-four hu.diep such seizure, the seizing of such certificate in the name of R. 1.. Shaw. 4
21 %80.1% 2801.11 911.44 l eU5 1.00 2858.48 126.18 tion to be held at the TOWN 1TALL. in the officer file in the office of the Mayor of Unless 1 said certificate shall be redeemed I

24 47.83 111.21 60.00 6.10 H7.4 aforesaid town. by the 'Iualillod wur"* thoeij. the said Town of Stark a .worn affidavit or cording to law. tax d will issue thereon I on 1
U .22 SU.2S 1047.10 500.00 510.35 18.14 160.00 101'1.14 on Tuesday. l!< 1th iUy nt $,': 'Jo.loer. information stating the quantity and kind or the 8th day of A. D. 1917. ,;
ZI SLid 10.00 181.57 20.00 US 10.00 ZZUSZ'1 1917. for the pnrpone of c'ecting tin fu; .""lp. liquor wine or beer seized to whom consign Witness my official signature seal this I
2eus .to tUO 265.00 SUI 120.00 158.62 officers: ed and that to the best of his Information th SOth day of August A. D. "ale J '
IS UZ 21.10 118.11 20.00 10.27 LOS IU6 knowledge and belief said liquor, win or W. T. 1.
-- One Mayor. beer is and was shipped carried.possessed SEAL) Clerk WKS .

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glanced at her watch exclaimed with doors and peered down the length cf ,'I,

surprise: the passage. grand coup; and then to cease all Ethel shook her head. I

1 "Heavens! It's after five. I must "No one is in sight; and I hear noth thisHe broke off suddenly for he "It's all quite beyond me," she

fuss up a bit. for the party." ing. he reported. heard Miss Wllloughby stirring on the with a hopeless air. They had iS '

other side of that closed door. "Sssh! many such discussions.
But Georgy would not be put off "Now lock that door!" Streetman And I1eYtr.
To the door!" yet had she been able
commanded He whispered the com- to
toward undenrttu
so easily. pointing: the one

"Well, forewarned Is forearmed," behind which he knew that Miss WIl- mand. And straightway Herr Roe- the reasons that Streetman put fad

der sprang to his post near the double with unvarying glibness. "Why
she said sententiously. It was clear loughby must be dressing.

that she did not Intend to be squelchedlike The butler regarded him in alarm. doors that gave into the hall. He France wish to know about our !
j had "Ah! that I do not fcTT
become the know
{ Instantly punctilious
, a child. It Henry Streetmanwere "Pardon, mein Herr-but is it ,
butler again; and now he stood like a plied. "The secret service !
gives !
still In her mind she saw no safe? he ventured. "She is a woman

reason why she should dissemble In -" 1 graven Image, motionless, expressionless their instructions. It Is for me to S =:

as if he waited there to serve low, not to question them. It : ;1
order to please Ethel or anybody else."There's "Do not be alarmed, Streetman reassured "
the guest in his master's house. work-my future. He drew Dei2'
him. "Miss
nothing to be forewarned Willoughby is I
dYIUtNARD RtIJ.IiZ'A to her, and his masterful .
"Very good, Brewster! Mr. Street
about Miss observed easily handled. She believes that I eyes
Willoughby as
L EAaza! CN T7 '.1L RMK full Into hers. "It Is tom
said in
man a clear firm voice whichhe our
.: work for the French "
she secret service.
.HEGRUBp. paused at the door that opened .' II
fJJtN intended Ethel!r he cried with
to well that
ar aF7r m6. into her boudoir. "You surely have no "Then she is a fool," his subordinate carry beyond apparent em*
( closed door. "I'll wait here for Miss! tlon.
Morels n BY rHE A right to put such a construction upon declared.
"But isn't France
by replied with well-feigned Indiffer- my acquaintance with Mr. Streetman. "No, no!" Streetman protested. Wllloughby. she England's all,!" '
asked. "I
CHAPTER I. ence. But beneath her cold calm her I can't let you say things of this sort "We must not criticize the tools that And then Sir George's butler bowed she should need can't this understand irt?'
and left the Information."
"
room.
heart was beating furiously. She felt to me. It's not fair to i-e. It's not serve us. And as he spoke he wentto "In times like these it is I

Just a Hint of Scandal. for all the world like some wild thing, even fair to yourself." the telephone in a corner of the each country to know best tat I
al
Georgy Wagstaff sauntered into Miss trapped, at bay. And she turned awayto While she was speaking the door room. Picking up the instrument, he CHAPTER III. about pmt!
( every country, he
Ethel Willoughby's sitting room, at-i hide the alarm that she feared must opened and Brewster, the butler, paused and turned to the butler witha "You will be doing no explain! .

tired in the daintiest and fluffiest of reveal Itself in her face. stepped into the room. look of amusement "Sir George A Foe In the Household. land when you get wrong tact:-
me the
rammer costumes. Georgy was the I "Yes! He was in Paris, and-" "Mr.: Streetman is calling," he an- Wagstaff-Sir George of his majesty's Brewster had hardly closed the doors desire" lIe sat down beside her I

daughter of Sir George Wagstaff of "Paris!" Ethel echoed with a faint nounced in well-modulated tones. behind him before Ethel Willoughby placing his arm about her, he drew, IM.

the British admiralty. She found the start "Oh, show him up!" Miss Wllloughty appeared."Oh close to him. "You will find her
i ont
room deserted except for her father's'II Youth is ever cruel; and Georgy ordered. And as soon as Brewster Henry! You surprised me," she night about the fleet' he plead to

admirable butler, who was at the moment had no thought of sparing her companion. tad vanished she shot a swift smile at said. But there was something about

in the act of placing a tea-tray Her sole idea was that if Ethel her companion. "Speak of the e r "I came before the others," Street persistent wheedling that made Ethel>hit

upon Miss Wllloughby's table. were hiding some secret liaison she devil-" she said goodnaturedly."Oh man explained, "because there is some- Wllloughby Mrs. Streetaan-fm.!

"Oh, Brewster-Is Miss Willoughbyin wanted to share the romance with her. he isn't the devil" Georgy re- thing you must do for me at once." piciona.

she inquired. "Yes!" she went on relentlessly."And plied. "More of a snake, I think." "About the fleet, I suppose," she "I can't help feeling that there

The correct Brewster immediately he saw you there twice that There was certainly no reason to doubt said, somewhat wearily, as she turned something behind all tote- }It I

straightened himself up in his best week, and both times with Henry her extreme dislike of the gentlemanwho away from him. you are not telling me," she somethiM sty!

manner.f Streetman." was at that moment waiting be- xr "How did you know?" He shot the slowly. 1

f "No miss! I think not," he replied. "But that's impossible! Ethel pro- question at her almost too quickly for Despite his confident air, Streetnaj

window. tested. low.Ethel's hand the caution. But for the moment he experienced could not easily look into
the doorknob
I Georgy strolled to was on ; her sea &

r 1 "I dare say Ethel'll be here directly." I "But Mr. Middleton seemed very but she hesitated long enough to say something approachingalarm. ing eyes. He was uncomfortably!

I she said-to herself as much as to the positive," the younger girl said some to Georgy: But her answer reassured him. And he rose abruptly and took a tn

-' j butler. "I'll wait" what doubtfully.' "I won't be five minutes. Stay and w "Nowadays it Is only of the fleet quick, restless steps about the room. .

"It's too absurd!" Ethel cried, forcing you ask," she told him. And she re- "Why-what an 1
"Yes. miss. Brewster acquiesced. amuse him-there's a good girl! i ImaglmJionr'xclalmed. ht 1i
a laugh. "I was at Brighton, as I garded him with eyes that were i
And with a bow of the utmost correctness "Not II"! Miss Georgy declared. "I t pathetic forcing a laugh at last .

he went out closing the doors can very easily prove. he wants to be amused he can read -- If not reproachful. Once It had "Really, Ethel, you're quite absnrdf' 1J 1
"Well-that's settled!" Georgy ex- seemed to her that Henry Streetmanwas "But J
always before
softly behind him. Punch." And as she spoke she slippedoff we were married
claimed, with an air of relief In spite -. interested in her. But of late she you were so kind, so J
Georgy Wagstaff stood idly looking her perch on the chair-arm and thoughtful
i of her hopes. Her feelings had; as a had been obliged to admit to herself You talked only of
pretty
view of j things.
out of the window upon the started for the door through which But
matter of fact been somewhat com- that that interest had quickly waned.
now, always it is the fleet the f
-
after
the Thames. It was an August Brewster had disappeared. navy.
plex. "Of I'd only admire Her handsome caller paid no atten-
course you Yon seem interested
and the river shimmered alluringly only in theft!
noon "Don't be rude to him, please 1I
In the slanting sunlight. But for being brave enough to defy the Georgy!" Miss Willoughby entreatedShe tion to the obvious complaint that lay plans, their secrets. Is it for 1I I
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conventions. But father wouldn't- in Ethel's answer. In the most mat- that married ?'
:. I Ethel had asked her to meet a few knew that Georgy and Mr. Street you me
"But I haven't defied conventions," ter-of-fact fashion he proceeded Streetman's ,
friends; and Georgy was fond enoughof man must meet; and she could not patience had reached
Ethel insisted placing both her hands reF straight to the business that was up- the 1
Miss Wllloughby not to be repents train from trying to smooth the breaking point And at the qoe*. .
over Georgy's as if to emphasize the permost in his mind. t
ton he
flew
Into
sudden
ant for having foregone the delights for her guest. a rage. Rt
", truth of her statement. "You must learn at once from Sir turned
face like
of a perfect summer evening out of a a thundercloud
"Oh, I'll be polite enough-In mown p George where the ships at epos C
Spithead
doors. As she stood there in the window "Oh. I don't care if you have, SirGeorge's "
daughter told her way, Georgy replied grimly. are going," he announced bluntly. her."And J
callously."But '
o' her entered. on my side I ask why .
governess yon married
She was well aware that she was an
"Oh! Hello, Georgy! Am I late or you ought to care," Ethel pro- enfant terrible; and she often took a "Find out If they sail together, or if me?. For love? I think ,: I
they will disperse-and how"As t
Miss called tested. "And as your governess I can I not!" he sneered.
? Wllloughby
are you early mischievous delight in shocking peopleby
she faced him there t
f' not condone such an attitude on again was His quick
as she saw that one of her guests was your some unconventionality. anger brought Ethel to
t I already waiting. part Really, Georgy, stupid as con beseeching in her voice, her eyes, her her feet I
Ethel Willoughby bad already closed whole
manner. 1
I "Both! said Georgy with a smile. ventions may appear sometimes, nev- her boudoir door behind her but "They Say They Must Know To- "But Henry-
; "Wait Henry, wait she
begged.
ertheless there is a bitter penalty exacted He waved her
answer aside
It it
I "I did want two minutes with you before night" as
Georgy had not yet reached the hall I "Before Into
from people who break them"Miss we go that tell me- were not worth his listening to. I
the others came. May I bother before Brewster returned to usher in when
I are you going to let people know I
I yon now?" Wagstaff rose abruptly, as if navy-would be rather surprised it be "Once perhaps, I thought so," nt
I the caller who close his
was we're married f'
upon f
i "Of courser! the older girl replied. impatient with the views of her gover- heels. knew that from his house we were said, talking,her down like a ,comoot

ness; and, crossing the room, she seat- communicating with our friends the Streetman remembered then that he brawler. "But now I hear it 1
"But it's bother she assured her. was
no ,
o Henry Streetman handsome well- had
a many-sided role to play. And
another whom
t. She sat down on one end of a long Germans, he observed. man you really lord
;; j I groomed slightly foreign In 1
appearance thereupon be went to the and
girl
I "Rather!" his henchman responded, up ; a young Irishman who went any
r 11 settee and began to remove her gloves;
bowed with extreme affability abe taking of Ethel's
one hands in his, without
with a gleam of humor in his eyes. doing you the honor of aiktaf
whereupon her charge perched
younger came face to face with Georgy while he put around Ca
an arm her he
to him.
F herself at the other end of the seatS I "Now lock that door! Streetman you marry In his words
Wagstaff.But looked down at her in a most loverllke there was, as he intended there tbooU
S and regarded her admiringly. Miss ordered once more. "And now to report

Wllloughby's fair hair had just the Georgy was decidedly cold to to headquarters again! he exclaimed fashion. be, a taunt that Implied more tins .
. him. She could be frigidly haughty "Ah, my dear! I'd let them know he actually said.
,
i" when the butler had turned 1t
,
I hint of red in it that was at the same "
when she chose. now-this minute-it I only could! he "No. nor Ethel cried.
" time Georgy's despair and delight the key noiselessly In Miss Wlllough I "It tattrue.

I i: i I I And Ethel was far enough past the "How do ;you do!" she said hardly by's door. "Hello! City, 4225!" he exclaimed. It was Just a flirtation-* fey d
pausing in her hasty exit from his distasteful "But we must announce our mar- f
said dances-a theater two!
. schoolgirl age to have lost that angularity in! a low but distinct voice. or
I : /t presence. "Ethel's dressing," riage at once," she said quickly. "Oh! That .
; which Georgy still possessed Meanwhile the butler hovered near was all! he retortel
she told him hurriedly. "She'll be "Announce our marriage-why?" t
and loathed. As for coloring, they by. "And yet they told me you had knoll.

both showed the healthy glow whichis r In in a minute. Goodby! And holding "You think meln Herr, there will be "Georgy Wagstaff told me Just a him all your life.. I

her head in undisguised scorn, few minutes ago that when I said I 1.:
the distinguishing mark of young up war? he asked respectfully."I "I don't know whom you're taking

Englishwomen of the upper class. ; / she promptly left Streetman to his do not know. But we are ready. was in Brighton a friend of hers saw about," she said In desperation. fh ft

1' "Yon see," said Georgy, "I'm afraid C. own devices. And It war does come, it will be Ger- you and in tragic me together tones.In Paris," she replied "Nor do I," be rejoined. "It wu

I'm going to be awfully presumptuous many's bous-the day at last!" He some man in the army-a captain, I 0i
"You
CHAPTER II. turned to the telephone once more, and did not explain? he asked. think. I do not know his name; bet

"That we were on our honeymoon? I shall find it out
and
then
"Youcouldn't began speaking into the transmitter.! perbaji
"Nonsense Ethel
Interrupted. For the Fatherland. "Hello! City, 4225? Hello! Are you No! I kept my word to you. I said I shall learn It you cared for me at "
be that when and
.r r you your Henry Streetman turned and stared I was in nrl hton." She looked at all if It that I
is
there? Who speaking or was just caught you ,,
father have been so very good to me. after Georgy with raised eyebrows. I him in a puzzled way as he left her .
? Hello! on the rebound.
V4"'i' Twenty-six fourteen .
: Come on! Out with It! then and paced the floor In 7t
A blind could not have mistakenthe a nervous
man "
that am thirteen seventeen, he said, giving "What do you mean? She faced
It was true Ethel Willoughby fashion.
I I animosity that the girl felt toward the number by which he was him tensely. Such scenes were new

: felt that she'was deeply in the debt ''i''? him. But that did not trouble Henry known in the German secret service. "Of course, It's easily proved that I to her. Trouble, of a sort, she had '

1[ 0 of the Wagstaffs-both father and 1 Streetman. He was not a personwhose "Yes! We have no news of the Eng was not in Brighton," Ethel continued. known. But never anything like tilt.
daughter. Before entering their household -
: she had I I feelings were easily hurt lish fleet; we have tried everything. "Georgy seemed to think you andI It had been hard enough to see bet

f .f known as them Georgy's governess He had hardly strolled to the center Very well! Goodby! Well!-you can Imagine what resources dwindling steadily: without
upon a footfog of social
equality. But fortune had frowned of the room when the butler reappeared He put down the Instrument anda she must have thought Oh! why must the means of replenishing them, and .

heV. and paused Just inside the look of annoyance as well as per there be this secrecy? I loathe It" with actual penury staring her In the H
And when circumstances
upon double doors that led into the passage. his face he She sank upon the settee and stared that
bad become most pressing Sir George plexity was upon as face. But now Ethel knew that
't 'I "Close those doors!" Streetman commanded wheeled about moodily at the floor-a most unhappy was as nothing compared with tt*
had to her relief with the
come proposal .
r quite as It he, and not Sir picture of a pretty bride.
that she undertake the guidanceof l "What Is It, mein Herr? his com
I George Wagstaff, were Brewster's Streetman roused himself and bent
his somewhat difficult daughter. It i panion asked in an anxious voice. "Is her.

was not that Georgy was greatly different master. And while Brewster promptly It bad news?" He had long worked 1 in over
executed his order, Streetman himself "My dear! We must wait until I
with Streetman and he
j conjunction ,
from other girls of the Impressionable !I I
But Sir George's stole quickly to the door that led. as was quick to detect signs of trouble can arrange matters with my family,"
public
age "All That Narrow-Mindedness Is Old he knew, to Miss Willoughby's dressing him."Thep he explained in his most plausible man
duties left him little time to devote to upon e
Fashioned." room. He stood there, silent for a ner. "Until I can come into my own (
the upbringing of his motherless child. I say they must know tonight
again we should starve. Soon it will
few moments, listening. And then he
without fail the destination of the
And it had struck him that Ethel .. ed herself nonchalantly upon the arm all be arranged." And more he '
returned to the waiting butler. once
Wllloughby was a person who at the. of a chair that was drawn up at one English fleet," Streetman replied. turned ,01 1 1j
from her-this
away time with
"What news. Herr Roeder? he In
same time would be able to sympathize side of the tea table. He cast a quick glance toward Ethel
an air or
quired. finality-as if there were
with Georgy's Impulses and direct "Oh, pooh!" she exclaimed. "All Wllloughby's boudoir. "So, Miss Wit G
really no argument against his
"Nothing, meln Herr!! Under Streetman's vague
them into the proper channels. that narrow-mindedness is old-fash loughby, you have some work to do! protestations. fl /

"What's on your mind Georgy loned." brisk questioning the man had he muttered, to himself more than this o l-
suddenly become metamorphosed. His "Soon? You have said that for a
I confederate. "Now unlock that
Miss Willoughby asked again as the The older girl regarded her ,
reprovi "
manner of a most correct butler month, Ethel reminded him. "You've
English "
girl still hesitated. i i Ingly. door! he ordered. "Ah! that Is done, I I.
had fallen off him like a cloak. :, said it ever since we were married."

f' "It's about your past" Georgy be-I I I "What silly book have you been And now he saluted his interrogator in and a we relieved were not voice Interrupted, when the he saidIn deft "Next week, then!" he agreed In des- '
"
in seriousness.
deadly reading? she inquired. After her ad-
gun
peration. "I !
a fashion unmistakably military-and promise And you will
Brewster had more succeeded in
Ethel laughed at her tragic manner Tent into the Wagstaff home it had not once .>
learn "
German at that It was as if the fellow tonight about the fleet? be
the In the
"Have I-a past' she inquiredlightly. taken her long to discover theGeorge's had two personalities. turning key his silently lock. added in the same breath. 1 .

tastes To expedite prowlings about the
literary had developed Streetman came nearer to the fellow "But Henry, if I do ask Sir Georgeand
house at all hours of the day or night,
But the. romantic Georgy was not along lines that would scarcely Lave i
and bent his cold eyes upon him. he tells me, Isn't it rather a shabby ,
Sir George's butler had seen to it that
to be diverted from her mood. met with Sir George's approval
"You have searched Sir George'sdesk thing to do then to come to
such
things as hinges and locks you
"That's just the question she com Miss Georgy did not even deignto ?" he demanded. and-"
mented. "You know I shouldn't mindIt whether upon doors or desks-were
reply to Ethel's question. They had "
."I have searched everywhere, "No, no, no-as I've often told -
well oiled. It was his genius for details yourhe I Irt
in the least if had. I believe had
discussions I
you numerous -more or Brewster
Roeder
-or -declared, still interrupted. It seemed to him that
of that sort that had led to his
L in people living their own lives, Inf less heated-upon the subject of her standing at attention. An onlooker her objections
were interminable.
their own Georgy prided her- reading, which Georgy assignment to his present duty. l R
way. regarded as
could not have mistaken the fact that And under the stress ef the
I.. self that she was "advanced." She both footless and absurd. She had Streetman was the butler's superior Henry Streetman dropped upon from his superiors his forbearance urging J

considered the ordinary insular atti openly rebelled at reading the booksthat Miss Wllloughby's settee In an attitude was I
in rank. "But I can find no trace of fast reaching Its end. To hide his
tude toward what is termed morality Ethel recommended to her. Jane of relaxation that revealed somewhat '
about the such
any papers navy as anxiety nnd his irritation, he
to be stodgy and Victorian. Indeed Austen and Mrs. Ga! kell were In her described." the marvelous strain which at steppedto i

PI she quite fancied the more free-and- opinion hopelessly behind the times. you tends the performance of exploits inseparable the window and looked out ..j
"Have you tried his office? his confederate "But Sir George trusts me," Ethel
easy continental /view of life. I "I'm glad you haven't had an affair ventured. from his profession. resumed. Streetman
stifled a mouth-
& "What on earth are you talking I with Henry Streetman. the youngergirl Henry Streetman nodded. "Dangerous work. eh Herr Roeder? filling German oath white
he listenedto
I And poor pay! he vouchsafed In a 'Q..aisar J
about? Ethel demanded. If the truth remarked. "I don't like him. "Without result!" he replied her.
"When
6' somewhat he answers
were known ahe felt the least bit uncomfortable "Don't you?" said Ethel, relieved gloomily. "But somewhere he the sudden moment burst he of seemed good-fellowship.almost human.For ," she continued, "he does my so questions because "No! All That Is Over," She Slid. '.j

beneath the frank stare that Georgy was at last convinced that
must have a copy of the admiralty he thinks I'm Just Idly curious.He I
Herr
Roeder pulled himself
F of her young friend. her suspicions were groundless. Instructions to the fleet These would stiffly. together never dreams I'd repeat what he situation in which she had unwlttJnl1!

', "You remember a month ago, when "No! Every time he comes into the Be in his department; and we must "It is not for the that I says to anyone. It all put me In a placed herself. To be tied for life fit _!

t yon said you went to Brighton T room my back sort of goes up, just know at once what orders have been here he money am beastly position. Sir George is a loyal a man who did not love herd -i

: Georgy continued relentlessly. like Rowdy when he sees a cat" Rowdy given to the ships at Spithead-where for ,the Fatherland answered !"proudly. "It the is i Englishman, and if he thought" seemed an absolute brute-that w.** t:

"When I said I went to Brighton was Georgy's Scotch terrier, whose they when Despite say ::
are going this review is guarded tones in which he Streetman would not let her finis worse, a thousand times, than
When I went to Brighton." Miss Willoughby antipathy to cats was proverbial."Mr. over." spoke, there He wheeled about and said mere financial difficulties.
sharply to
was an earnestness born of ,
t corrected her coldly. Streetman has been very kindto The spy, Roeder, saluted again."I patriotism that made his words sincere forestall even the merest mention of Streetman did not at once reply tj j

But the chill of her remark was lost me," her governess observed. have done my best," he said apologetically. convincingly. One look at the man's ring such a thing as an Informer-let alone her. For a few moments he regarded .*

her crossexaminer.Georgy "Oh don't defend him!" already
patient Georgy her
; upon face, aflame with an almost fanatic spy"And balefully, as if she were .
was too intent upon uncovering cried impatiently. "I know inside that "I am sure have," Streetman .fi'
you re zeal, showed him to be the sort to you are a loyal Englishwomanand a hateful thing in his eyes.

t the romance that she thought she you agree with me." plied. "We know the Wllhelmstrassedoes whom a country may well trust her I am loyal to-France." "I wonder, my deaf" be said at UA 1

'r I had stumbled upon to be so easily Miss Wllloughby did not care to not lightly overlook stupidity in secrets. "Then why do you pass yourself off "I wonder If today it Is only I ta t ,

discouraged. continue the discussion. And with one of its servants," he observed grim as aeo* i irfes.
I an "Yes, yes! Of courser! Streetman an Englishman? count with you or if you have

: "Well today at lunch Hugh Middle- air of dismissing both Mr. Streetmanand ly. And then he motioned toward the agreed hastily, as if he would forestall "Because It Is the wish of my em . We shall see." '

ton said you couldn't have been in her relations with him from her double doors that led into the hall 1 any patriotic exhibition. "Still one ployers, the French secret service. It "No. no, Henry she p roteJU_IA" :

r Brighton that weekShe pausedte own mind as well as Georgy's, she "See if anyone's coming," he said. would like to live with the luxuries is the wish of France," he declared in "I'm-I'm very fond of you," she t- *r

watch the effect of her bombshell rose from the wide seat and Roeder or Brewster
as she ooened tt- of life. ..One day I stall make the a grand manner, which be Intended to' brokenly. .Y

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I let was And be questioning the sufficiency of his at him.
Kiss me! attemptedto I
th&embrace her. But she pushed him Paying An incident not in the regular order teachers' certificate. The superintendent Fortunately the well struck the electric -
way from her. Are You of business occurred Monday atthe had taken the position that Mr. light globe hanging over the table l
Draper did not hold high enough
No! All that Is over. Not until we I meeting, of the County Board of certificate to make: him a eligible for which deflected its course, and it
let people know. This secrecy Public: Instruction, when Professor S.
can did harm other than '
the prjncipalship of a high schooL A no to slightly
IIIUI me feel u if I were not your A. Draper, principal of the Lake Butler -
wite. What Georgy said is enough tomake Too Much For High School, threw a heavy gins rather wordy discussion had taken bruise Mr. Poppell's arm. t
me believe, almost, that It has ink well at County Superintendent place and Mr. Poppell was in the act Sheriff Epperson entered the room '

an been Just some horrible Intrigue." Poppell.The of producing a letter on the subject at this time and led Mr. Draper out,

Nonsense; nonsense P' he scoffed. anger of Professor Draper was from State Superintendent Sheats which ended the trouble. i li J
that next week
NIX I promise yon now

we you make believe our me?marriage" public, will II Your Drugs?

; "Yes. Henry! I will!" she said invoice s I

in which there rang renewed I .Do you want to obtain them at lowest possible prices? '

;yhope.He stepped..quickly to her side again. Then call to see, send your order, or 'phoneTomlinsonMaines Head Off the PricesBuy
Henry Streetman was not the sort of High
IUD to miss any opportunity that of-

fered."But to do that," he stipulated "1 l [1 Drug o. I

most secure for France this information
concerning the fleet That will HARDWARE Now

mean promotion for me-money- 'PHONE 51.
much money! And with that I need

nndentandr oo longer wait he on asked my her.family. You I Do you know that along with provisions, clothing, etc., all kinds of Hard

"Yes Henry! I do!" Lake Butler Fla ware and implements are going up in price right along? This is true, but the

"Good! Thafs settled. And yon people of this county can head off high prices by coming to us for I
will take the first opportunity to speakto
George?" He was filled with
elation Sir at the happy turn of affairs. They carry a full line of EVERYTHING IN HARDWARE AND IMPLEMENTSWe

But be was doomed to quick disappointment PURE DRUGS
"You will?" he persisted.
"Nor'"What. TOILET ARTICLES have a complete and large stock of HARDWARE and IMPLE--

luring his? ears.he exclaimed scarcely be- CANDIES, SODA WATERS MENTS, BUILDERS' SUPPLIES, Etc., bought at old prices, that we are still

"I understand that for some reason AND CIGARS. selling at the old prices. It behooves you to save every cent possible now

yon are trying to bribe me with these After this line is sold will have hitch kite
promises of yours to betray Sir out we probably to our prices to a also 1

George's confidence. But I'm sick of i as we will have to pay the price ourselves at wholesale. In the meantime,
this deception. I won't do it any I Men of experience in charge of Prescription Depart I and
come while last
and oughtn't to ask it of get some rare bargains they
longer; you I ment. Will serve you day or night.

me."Indeed" he said, with a vicious !I I H '

ibow of scorn. "And if it should happen ... DeWITT C. JONES ii

to come to Sir George anonymous- ,
TELEGRAPH'S HONOR ROLL SCHOOL BOARD MINUTES.The ",
)ly1' he stressed the word-"that you
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Ltd already 'betrayed his confidence; .
what would your position be here?" county school board met with STARKE FLA. 1
Received From
Subscription
He watched her narrowly, to see what Payments Messrs. T. B. Pinholster, J. E. Doug L ,
effect his threat might have upon her. 102 Persons During AugustThe lass and J. C. McRae present, on Sept. J
"You wouldn't do that?' she exclaimed -
3rd.Minutes
: as a sudden fear gripped her. of last meeting read and
Telegraph's subscription department -
JJ1 it once it struck Ethel that her approved as read.
was favored with remittances -
position had indeed become desperate. from the following named On motion it was decided to have
She bad not dreamed that she would during the month of August: persons J. R. Davis & Co. continue the fire insurance I
find herself in such an impasse-and policy on Starke high school .
It the hands of her husband, of allpeople. James Hayes, C. S. Kelly, L. J. building.It .
t Wynn, R. A. Griffis, F. W. Edenfield,
.
"I should not like to do it," Street- Wm. T. Goolsby, Mary Finley, U. D. tablish was Elarbee moved school and carried and appropriate to re-es--
Miner T. M. S. n rews ercan I e D.
, man replied. Bnt intend to learnI J. Terry, Max Brown,
for teacher for
$100 same.
R. Osteen, Mrs. J. R. Richard, James a
dull learn-about the fleet tonight; 1
1
I !" he Ritch, Miss Dora Clark, E. B. Renfroe, The board decided, under the conditions -
and through declared, with
you .
that Lake Butler to
existed at ,
S. G. Stephenson, C. A. Johns, FrankB.
undisguised' determination.She
Osteen, Wm. Kalch,'T. J. Alder- I allow Prof. Draper to teach there for
turned upon him like some man, R. D. Strickland, Mrs. Fred SappP. another term.
hunted wild thing then, ready to fight RAIFORD FLORIDA
M. Padgett, T. T. Blackburn, T. C. The following bills were examinedand
desperately last mad effort
one
; Douglass, Rev. D. K. Jones, A. E. ordered paid.A. ,
"Oh! So that's what love,
your your S. Crews drawing deed 100
Johns, L. C. Hodges, E. L. Crosby, M.
________
affection, amounts to, is it? W. T. Weeks recording 1.25T.
H. Hurst, Henry Taylor, W. M. Wainwright B. Pinholster board service ______ 7.00J. ( ,
"Pat it any way yon choose, was Lem Sapp, T. A. Dukes, R. E. Douglass do __________________ 8.60
his callous answer. "But I must have J. C. McRae do ____________ 420 Our Fall and Winter here and invite friends and customersto
new goods
this information. Come! What L. McCall, W. G. Ball, Mrs. S. J. Kelly E. R. Poppell salary ________ 125.00C. are we our
E. C. Croft, M. D. Roberts, Miss A. Knight clerical work __________ 25.00
flo yon sayr"What Starke Hardware Co.. pump ___ 7.5 call and look them over. We bought our stock early and we believe we can save
M. H. Sistrunk T.
B. Browning, OllieE.
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262
is there for to Lilly Crosby teaching
me saJ'I""Enctlyf' Griffis, J. S. Mercer, Wm. White- C. C. Seat do ___________ __.... 35.00 you money on many articles. In additionto making you a direct saving'on many of ,
he retorted. "I am gladto head, James Manning, 0. T. Newsom, C. L. Scaff do __________________ 17.5
tee that" at last you appreciate the D. D. Woodard, S. E. Jones, J. S. Star- E.A. R.B. Poppell Vance blanks ine for for office office_______________ 17.92 3.80 the things that you will need, we are enabled through a specia (arrangement to give ,:
situation. both started
They then at ling, Howard F. Stanton, J. D. Good- Bradford Co. Bank interest _______ 37.70 FREE with $50 $5 worth of nice silverware.
.'., the sound of voices. "It is Sir George," man, W. M. Graham, Allie Sloan, Bradford Co. Bank loan _______-__1400.0 every purchase :

l Streetman. said. "I shall leave presently. Mrs. W. H. Stevenson Mrs. H. S. Ad-I J. M. Groover Special teaching Tax District 29 ______ 40.00 We make it a study and try to carry in stock every line of goods that the farming
But I shall back in
some an ________
kins ; Madeline Middleton duplicate 2 10.00(
Miss Rena Marr, Mrs. S. L. .'
hour. And will have found Starke Hardware Co. materials 17 ___ 2.U need. While out of lines still
you people we run some occasionally, you can generally
Newsome, Robert Gale, W. G. Nettles A. S. Feagle teaching 21 _________ 60.00
out about the fleet? Miss Rhoda Thomas, A. G. Dyal, Mrs. E. E. Guerry do 16 ________ 41.25 find what want at store and when with others .
Ethel wrung her hands in agony. Eva Epperson do ___________________ 26.25 you our you compare our prices you
W. A. Dekle, Sam Singer, E. W. HayesDr. ____ _
Steve Lewis do 28 __ ____ __ 40.00C.
"Oh! I suppose so!" she replied. J. Poehls, L. M. Little, T. J. Dur- C. Scaff do 12 _____________ 200 will find we are always in line. 4
t1 "But It makes me hate m'self-and Roland Anderson do 20 ._____________ 45.00R.
tl yon!" den D. ,Padgett J. L. ,Varnes Mrs. ,M.H.L.P.Ricks Padgett, Jesse, J. ,D. Rawley material Bond Districts.and labor 2.. 100.00 In reference to the cotton market, remember this, that when the price rises :

"Really? What a pity r he said with A. B. Vance blank warrants 3 ________ 3.60< .
Starling, S. N. Hurst, T. C. Hazen, F. elsewhere it always rises at Raiford.
A. B. Vance do 22 _______________ 3.50A.
I 4 mock sympathy. R. Holding, Carl C. Scaff, H. C. Rich- B. Vance do 23 _________________ 3.50A. ar
ard, R. D. Clayton, W. N. Roberts, T.' R. Vance do 25 ______________ 3.50
'I (Conv.n ed Next Week.) L. Chancey, C. H. Churchill, Barney The board then adjourned to meet
Thomas, W. E. Edmundson, K. C. Can the first Monday in October.E. I
FOR THE LADIES. FOR THE MEN AND BOYS.Men's .
THOROUGH WORK. non, L. G. Ware, J. L. Harrell, J. E. R. POPPELL,

f Owsley, E. B. Andreu, John P. Coffin, Secretary. Full Line of Ready to Wear. Blue Serge Suits in the latest I
i Cit- Mrs. H. S. Miller, W. H. Andrews, J.
How
Starke Can Find Free "
dom From Kidney Troubles. L. Chancey, Lacy Prevatt, N. C. Wainwright Fall and Winter Hats, in all the new Styles and Best FaBrics.
H. J. Stewart, F. L. Dowling, BROOKER BOY PROMOTED. shapes and sizes.
1 -- A full stock of Boys' Suits in the nob- ;
Lex Roberts B. L.
Gay, Wm. DeSue, '
1 If you suffer from backache- S. J. Futch, I. N. Nettles, H. C. Peace. I Horace Yarborough, formerly of Coats. ; T IS I[ biest Styles. ,
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From disorders4
urinary -
Brooker, has lately been promoted to a Silk Waists.Everything '
FOR THE TRAVELER. j I
Any curable disease of the kidneys, ..
ABSENTEE ALREADY IN FRANCE I second lieuteancy in the regular army.
Use a tested remedy. New in Dress Goods.
Lieutenant Yarborough is a grandsonof Hand Bags Suit Cases Trunks. ;'
i' Doan's Kidney Pills have been test ,
Mr. James Madison Shaw, a well Crepe de.Chines..
"' ed by thousands. Owen Marr, of Hampton, was men- known citizen of the Brooker section. FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY.
Grateful people testify. tioned in last week's Telegraph as He enlisted in the army a few years Silk Poplins.Black .
'i] Can merit you ask more! convincing proofof among those who failed to appear be- ago and for some time past has beenon Taffeta. We have the largest stock of Shoes
? fore the local selection board. It has in the He attended .
J. jS. Bashaw, 401 E. Main Street, duty Philippines. we have ever carried and can
since been learned that this young the army school and applied him- All the New Satin Stripes, Plaids and
i Gainesville, Fla., says: man enlisted in the army some time self to his studies with the result tha Novelties. outfit the whole family.FOR "
j "I suffered a lot from a piercing
ago and is already in France. he has won a handsome promotion.
pain through loins. I also had
my Big Line of Percales.
... THE HOME.
!i backache and trouble from the kidney ,
d secretions. Four boxes of Doan's Kid- I I Ribbons in Endless Variety. Bedsteads, Rocking Chairs. ;

4 Bey recommending Pills cured them me ever and since.I have I been had I .. HE BUTLER BAKERYLAKE FARM EQUIPMENT. Large Stock of Furniture. 1

I' tried many remedies without being Wagons, Buggies. House Furnishings.
helped before I used Doan's Kidney
Pills." Saddles, Bridles. Hardware, Lard Cans.

1 Price 60 cents at all dealers. Don't Harness of all Kinds. Headquarters for Stoves. f
y simply ask for a kidney remedy-get BUTLER HIM
Doan's Kidney Pills-the same that ?
cured Mr. Bashaw. FosterMilburnCo.
., Props., Buffalo, N. Y. (41) i I 1.
One of the latest and most interesting arrivals at our store is a carload shipment t j-
and Pies.
Bread Cakes Prompt delivery
r of "Nellie King" and "Diamond S" Flour that will be sold to our customers at a close 's

SHOE REPAIRING
margin.We
f Neatly and substantially 'PHONE 78 have package rice and rice in sacks and barrels, and salt in packages and i

done at the L C. SMITH Proprietor. in bulk. r

Electric Shoe Shop 1I
We are always glad to see our old customers, and new ones are solicited. i iI
Opposite Court House

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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA. FRIDAY, _<
PAGE. THIRTY-TWO SEPTF.MBEB. 1boo .
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'','I. LAKE BUTLER. Rosenberg, and Master Elmer Fralick, J. J. Thomas have swapped jobs, the I Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Packham and observation they had quite a day. Sev- . .. ..
} Dewey Fralick, Leonard Summers, former was a section foreman on the ,i children, of Theressa, were visiting eral nice new coats of tan were in evi
Chuck Summers, Jesse Cobb, Inman G. S. & F. at this place and the latter relatives here last Saturday and Sun- dence. Among those to make the trip TRAIN SCHEDU I
j One day last week, little J. P., age Harrison and Tommy Hewitt. The was a section foreman at Jasper. We day. Mrs. Packham is the sister of were Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Jones, Mr. 1
3 years, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Frank young folks spent a delightful even- are sorry to lose Mr. Hollingsworthand Mrs. L. C. Smith. Alphonso Jones, Hiss Helen NaurightMr.
Bennett, came near meeting with an Ing and enjoyed the refreshments family from our midst, but wel- The Lake Butler Bakery is doing a and Mrs. W. I. Roberts, Miss '; : "Tssssftsi:
{ accident. Mr. Bennett had been to served and the games played. come Mr. Smith and family.Mr. rushing business, the force having to i Maud Roberts, Miss Nannie Andrews, .;* and trains will run fopo4
ff Lake Butler to make some purchasesard r Mr. R. E. Dell made a business tripto Frank Brannen lost a fine horse be increased last week. Mr. John De- :Miss: Sadie Simmons, Mr. W. H. Andrews as
among them was a couple of Jacksonville last Monday. last week. His young son was on kle is now in the employ of the company and wife and "John," Mr..and 4 Jacksonville to
pitchforks which he put under the \ It is understood that Mr. Othoe Mi- him driving the cattle down to Palestine Mrs. G. C. Sapp and children, Mr. F. No. ----------- _Till"_ 1: i
seat of his buggy, the prongs sticking zell will soon answer his call to the I lake. The horse stepped on a Mr. L. C. Smith, proprietor of the and Mrs. J: H. Denmark and children, 0 No. 1-------- : L,. I
3 out from the rear. Little J. P. would I colors, and Mrs. Mizell, nee Miss Rosa I branch of a tree that had fallen and apiece Lake Butler Bakery, made a business Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Whitten and Dor- 0 No. 15 "Floridian"-:3i J
always meet him near the gate on his Byrd, will join the Red Cross. Thisis I I I of it snagged the horse in the visit to Gainesville, Waldo and Hampton othy Lee, Mr. Joe Cason, and Mr. Av-
return home and ride inside the yard a young couple recently married side, dying in three hours. last week. ery Tison. 4 Jacksonville to Cedar t.
while Mr. Bennett led the horse. As and an incident where the whole fam- About noon Friday Dr. Schell D. Last Sunday September 2nd, at the Hon. N. D. Wainwright was a visi- f. No. 2L______________ Ifl...
usual he stood on the seat and as the ily will serve Uncle Sam. Carver received a telephone mesage residence of :Mr.: N. H. Hurst, a quiet tor in Raiford Monday in the interestof 4 4SDAR1
horse suddenly started, he fell back- Mrs. T. S. Anderson and son, Tho- from our sheriff at Starke, saying for wedding took place, the contracting the Federal cotton ginners record. 4 Tampa to JlcboDrlDe.- ;.
ward over the seat on the pitchforks, mas, of Live Oak, arrived last Thurs- him to report there at 4 o'clock p. parties being Jlr. Ben Brannen, son lIon. A. D. Andrews made a busi- 0 No. 4--------------- 3:28..ti
one of the prongs sticking in his fore- day to spend a few days with Mrs.S. m., as per order of Uncle Sam. Fur- of Mr. W. S. Brannen, and Miss Effie ness trip to Jacksonville Wednesdayto 4 No. 2..___________-.4
head, missing his eye just onequarter A. Richard, :Mrs.: Anderson's mother ther information awaited him there. Hurst eldest daughter of :Mr.: and look over the cotton market and 4. No. 16 "Floridian" _f 51aR.
of an inch. Another prong stuckin and on Sunday, Dr. Anderson and This is another Lake Butler boy who Mrs. N. H. Hurst. The ceremony was other general purposes. 4 ..
his neck, very close to the main daughter, :Miss: Lucretia, came thru has gone to do his bit. Schell is a performed by Rev. Crews, of Baker Mr. Silas Wilker is a visitor in Rai- 4 Cedar Key to 1atbouTiJlc.-t.
artery and still another in his head. in their car and the whole party left deserving young man. Through his county. The young couple took a tripto ford this week, visiting his sister, n No. 20___________--- 9:11 L...
His face was soon covered with blood, Sunday evening for their home. boyhood days at school he was very Jacksonville, and on their return Mrs. John Brooks. 8
and, not knowing exactly how badly he Mrs. B. Feinberg and daughter, studious and ambitious. Later in life will locate on a farm, the selection of Mrs. J. U. Byrd and daughter, Eva, 4 Starke and Wane "a H.
was injured, Dr. Seeber King was tel- Miss Ruth, came home last Sunday, he studied pharmacy and obtained his which is not yet known. have returned from a visit to :Mr.: and 4 4 (Daily Except Sunday) .
ephoned for and instantly responded.The after a five months' visit to New York, diploma and license as such. He had Mrs. John Touchtone in Atlanta. y No.No. 104 101 Arrives Leaves Starke 6l3a ,t
doctor soon had the wounds dressed Philadelphia and other large cities. been employed by the AntiMonopolyDrug RAIFORD.Wednesday ; Miss Cora Thompson, formerly of 4 Starke Y:4SAR1.
and the little fellow is getting on Aleut the latter part of this montha' Co., of Ocala but had registered Raiford but now of Jacksonville, is 4 T. J. !.
at this place. He was home on a visiting the Misses this week. GRIFFIN, 1
Byrd
fine. He is up and about again. series of meetings will be held at September 5th, Rai-
Miss Yoland Jones entertained some the Christian church of this place. visit at the time he was called. ford's new municipal officers took Mr. H. Irl Whitten is visiting friends 6 A| UM
i of her friends at her home last Satur- Rev W. T. McGuire will conduct the Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Addison and charge. The changes brought about and relatives in South Georgia this e 4G44w44 i0ira
Those Misses The date which children, and Miss Jessie Roberts returned week. 'yt.
day. present were Maud meetings. on theyare by the town election of August 23rd,
I last Tuesday, after a visit to Mr. H. W. Raiford, state prison inspector -.-,
I : Fralick, Margaret Loughtery, Allie to begin will be given later. include the following: Mr. S. B. Den- Read the Bradford Connty ,
Andrews, Alma Andrews, Henrietta Mr. W. H. Hollingsworth and Mr. relatives- in Jacksonville.- mark, former sheriff of Bradford, as- spent the week-end in Rai- graph-the home paper. ."
Last
J i Saturday a young couple call- : ford.
sumes the office of marshal to succeedMr.
J' !'
ed at the office of Notary C. H. Reg-
I :: Louis who has
,
Reynolds performed -
ister and requested that the marriage
the duties of the office of marshal
ceremony might be solemnized by his
excellency. The ever ready, accom- earnestly and consistently for the last
modating and courteous notary, after two years and also the unexpired termto
I East End Garage which he was appointed to finish
reading over what the sailor calls the WeaverDrugCo.kThe
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. "articles," or in other words, license, out.Ir. R. H. Weaver assumes the I :
office of clerk
he straightened up and put on a dig- town succeeding Mr.
I Jack J. Farrelly, who would not make I j
nified appearance and read the beau-
:'Ii i Lake Butler Fla. tiful service that has so oft been done I the race on account of business real "
sons. Mr. Farrelly has been townj !
RexaliStore"l
I by him, and caused two hearts to beatas I
clerk of the town of Raiford from the I I

1 I _:_ ..:_ _:_ _:_ The one. Mr. I time the town was incorporated and :[I : [
I contracting parties were
his friends that i
many are regretful
i i F. A. Mann and Miss Jessie Dicks, i i Raiford FI I
Mr. "Jack" could not see his way clear a.
: I J both of near Lake Butler, where they
All Kinds of Automobile Accessories and Repair to continue in the place so long and ,
will make their future home the
: !II on efficiently filled by him. Mr. H. J. Bar- .
I li I ;j I Parts.. farm.We nett, Mr. S. T. Dowling and Mr. B. I. .:- .:. .:- -<:- .
: wish the young couple much Taylor, the newly elected councilmen,
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f All Kinds of Automobile Oils. happiness and prosperity, and that and Mr. N. T. Ritch continues as our THE HOUSE OFPURE
r the boll weevil will not bother their very efficient
mayor.
i I I'I The Celebrated Firestone Tires. patch of cotton next season. Cotton continues to come into Rai- DRUGS.COURTEOUS -

I : i Repair Work Done Promptly. Men Sent to any. Part Lee Misses Hilton Thelma returned Bailey Saturday and from Minnie a that ford the rapidly farmers, which are seems hauling to indicate as fastas TREATMENT. :
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I pleasant visit of two weeks with their
of the County. they gather their crop. There will
friends at Brooker, Graham and points LIVE AND LET LIVE PRICES.
be a heavier acreage of cotton around
e I Auto Hire Service a Specialty. in Alachua county. I I Raiford this year than previously, but J
Mrs. W. A. Bailey and Alva,
t son,
I Ihi the yield will not be so great on account -
have returned to their home here, after of the destructi eness of the PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY COMPOUNDED. 1

: LOCAL FORD SALESMEN a two weeks' visit at Brooker and boll weevil. The farmers will have to .. .
Graham. :- -: -:- :- ;
wake up to the fact that the only wayis I
f I Mrs. R. C. Davis and chillren, J. C. by tried and tested methods, instead -
; Ford Parts and Accessories. and Carrie, left for Waldo and other of following the slam-bang ideas
points to visit relatives Monday. Mrs followed this year. We have a com- Weaver Drug CoJ j
I Davis will accompany her sister Mrs. missioner of agriculture in Tallahassee -
.' ; ::. 0t ..:_ _:_ A. A. Youngblood to Gainesville, at who is paid to tell farmers what 'too
t which place she will undergo an operation they are doing to eradicate the boll POSTOFFICE BUILDING
Io at the sanitarium.Mr. weevil pest in other states and what
! i t. F. Rivers Prop. P. Markey, one of the lead- success they are meeting with.
; ing wholesale merchants of Tampa, Quite a number of Raiford people Raiford Florida.
came over in'his Hudson Six the other spent the day last Sunday out at l .l.f
r J day to visit relatives for a few days. Kingsley lake and from the writer's
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