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FLORA. ILLINOIS. THURSDAY. JULY'33. 1925
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Louiaviile, III., July 21.
Perhaps, the biggest taaul ot con- trabaim goods ever made In tbe eounty was landed at the south door ot the court house in LouitvilliT last Thursday afternoon, and waa "pacK- •d away" In ttae sheriff's office. The stuff m bnlk represented a truck iand, conaisted mainly ot cooking .vifts and ttae raw material Tor the -mannfactnre ot beer, and .cases, cana aiM sacks containing aboift 70 cnttont of-ten per cent beer pnt np In rogniatlon bottle torm. ,
Two or tbree hours before the plunder was safely locked up In the court bouse Deputy Sheriff Jackaou. ntolated by Deputies Herb Busan and R. H. Kitley from Flora, raided a hootloKging camp situated in Jim TnlDr's woods, three miles west and one-half mile south ot Xenia, near the Onstott church, and captured seven men. The camp was bidden in tbe- woods, and was divided into three sections. The tirst section was used as the sleeping quarters of the men; the second section was where the "goods" were kept, and the third section was the "factory". These sections were some distance npnrt, and the capture of the m