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NOTICE OF INTENTION TO AP- PLY FOR LETTERS PATENT PALATKA DAILY NEWS II TO CAPITAL IS SURE TALLAHASSEE, Oct 18 (Spe ite) The state road department has received advices announcing that the Suwannee county $700,000 bond issue election for road imtprovement, held last Tuesday was carried by a vote of 4 to 1 in favor of bonds. This insures, the construction of a brick or bettor road clear across the county on etate road No. 1, leading from Jacksonville to Pensacola, and is the state road department has al ready arranged for the construction of a hard surfaced road with brick, concrete or asphaltic concrete from Jacksonville to the line between Su wannee' and Columbia counties, this means that the road will be paved all the way to the Suwannee river near EUaville. Madison county is the next that will get in 'line, as the sentiment in . that county is fast being crystalized for a road (paved with permanent ma terial across that county. A bond election will be called very shortly and htere is little doubt that bonds will be authorized. QUARTER MILLION VOTED TO PUT CITY IN BETTER SHAPE Women Participate In Election and Every Item' For Carried Safely MIAMI, Oct 18. (Special.) Mi ami voters carried the $248,000 bond issue by sustaining majorities in the spedial election held here yesterday, every item being approved. The issue includes $70,000 for anew bridge across .the Miami river, $40, 000 for completing . the municipal ship channel across Biscayne bay, $15,000 for ciey hospital improve ments, $35,000 for a high pressure water main system, $15,000 for a po lice signal system, $60,000 for sew sr system extensions and connections, $3,000 for a pavillion in the city cem etery and $10,000 for addition to the city incinerating plant. Today's was the first election in which Miami women participated and sixty-one of the 259 ballots cast were those of women vctersJ' Under the This will bring , charter amendment pased by the 1919 ihe paved road to the Aucilla river lepisfatuire women may vote in munic between, Madison and Jefferson coun- jp electionss here. ' t'-es. It will then be up to Jeffer- I ' son and Leon counties to raise funds to meet the requirements of the state road department to bring the pavsd road all the way from Jacksonville to Tallahassee. BERGER GIVES CITRUS Do You Know that we give you, an extremely large variety of foods, both meats and vegetables, to choose from, and that we are always looking for variety Our prices, item by item, are lower than elsewhere and that we intend to keep them so. The Brightest, Cleanest, Most Popular Market in the City Thos. Cannon lwooeven AGN1ESVILLE, Oct. 18. (Spe cial) The Citrus seminar and live stock meetings have been far better ihan expectations, both, from stand- point of attendance and interest. One of the outstanding figures of the seminar meetings has been Dr. 0. F. Berger, of the bureau of plant indus try, Washington. Dr. Berger work ed at the Florida experiment station some years ago, and he knows the problems the Florida citrus growers are up against and he comes back with many suggestions. His talk Wednesday night on some views of fruits as received in the Northern markets was an eye-opener to many growers. The address of Wednes day night was followed by another this morning, the subject of the lat ter being "Causes '-yu. n .citrus NOTICE is hereby given that we, the undersigned, will apply to his Excellency, bidney J. Latts, gover nor of the State of Florida, for LETTERS PATENT, to be issued to H. M. de MONTMOLLIN CO., of which company the following pro posed Articles of Incorporation shall be the Articles of Incorporation. Said application for the issuance of said LETTERS PATENT will be made as aforesaid on the 18th day of November, A. D. 1919. This notice is (riven in pursuance with the Laws of Florida, relative to Corporations for Profit. rl. M. deMONTMOLLIN. . B. C. PEARCE. GEORGE P. FORD. 1 I rhone subject of samara. Specials For Tomorrow Fresh County Eggs, doz. 60c Best Creamery Butter, one pound prints 70c Sliced Box Bacon, 1 pound box 65c Kingan's Pure Lard, lb. 38c Choice Steak, lb., 20c, 25c, 30c Pot Roasts, lb., 20c, 25c Victory Steak, all meat, no bone, 25c lb. Sugar cured Ham, to boil, 25c lb. Pork Sausage, lb. 30c Fancy Fat Irish Mackerel Boneless Codfish Middles OYSTERS CELERY DILL PICKLES Head Cheese Liver Pudding Boiled Ham Chipped Beef "Churngold" Oleomargarine (the gold of the churn) ALL VEGETABLES IN SEASON You may pay more elsewhere, but you can buy no better." NUFCED. Phone Two-Seven provided you want QUALITY AND SERVICE WE WISH TO ANNOUNCE that our new Fall Goods are arriving now We have just received some NEW CROP CEREALS, including Prepared Buckwheat, Pan cake, Graham Flours, Oat meal. Farina anch other breakfast foods. go with the above we have a great vaneiy w I TV , Syrup in Cans and a splendid line of Jams and Jellies ALSO NEW DRIED FRUITS "The Quality and Quantity Store." L. C. STEPHENS Cer. Kirby and Morris , Phone 84 ii-uits.""Some straight-forward sug gestions on this subject were given the growers. AJt the joint meeting of the semi nar and livestock round up today, two splendid talks were, made eacV bring ing out the importance of dtiry pro ducts in the diet One of the State College for Wlomen, Tallahassee, the subject being "Milk for Florida Homes." The other was by Dr. E. V. McCoUum of John Hopkins Uni versity, Baltimore, ihis subject beinu ' Wlhat constitutes an ideal diet." Dr. McCullum is one of the best known men in the -United States in nutri tion work, and has spent the past twelve years in experimental work along this line. The Y. M. C A. auditorium at the university, where these talks were made, was filled to overflowing. A feature of this afternoon session was the auction sale of two Jersey bull calves, the autcion taking place in the auditorium. These calves were contributed to the Florida Dairy As sociation by A. E. Van Epoel of Tam pa and H. S. Pennock, of Jupiter, one was purchased by Miss Sipprell, the Putnam county house demonstra tion agent. It brought sixty-five dollars, the other brought seventy dollars and was purchased by Z. C. Herlong of Mtcamopy. Alachua coun ty. The money secured from sale of these calves will be used in tick erad ication extension work and in further ing the dairy extension work of this state. A special program for new growers and grove help will comprise Friday'3 program. ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION OF H. M. deMONTMOLLIN CO. The undersigned Incorporators hereby associate themselves together for the purpose of forming a corpo ration under and by authority of the laws of the State of Florida, and adopt the following ARTICLES as their ARTICLES OF INCORPORA TION: ARTICLE I. The name of thi Corporation shall be "H. M. deMONTMOLLIN CO.," and its principal place of business shall be in the City of Palatka, County of Putnam, and State of Florida, with authority and power to establish such branch offices and otheiplaces of business in the State of Florida, and in such other States of the United States, as it may deem necessary or advisable. ARTICLE II. The general nature of the business, or businesses, to be conducted and transacted by this Corporation, shall De as loliows: The purchasing, hold ing leasing, sub-letting, renting and dealing in property, real, personal and mixed, of whatsoever nature or kind, with the right to pledge or mortgage the same, or an interest therein; and to improve and con struct such buildings as may be de sirable in connection with its general business; and with the right to estab lish branch businesses, and agenc ies and sub-agencies, in the State of Florida, and elsewhere; and to- dis count and re-discount its commercial paper, and to acquire, and hold, and dispose of, bonds, stocks and securi ties, of individuals and of other Cor porations; and particularly it shall have the right, and its prinripal bus iness shall be, to deal as manufactur er, broker, factor or merchant, whole sate or retail, in general mill sup plies and machinery of everf nature, kind and description, and in farm ing implements, tools and accessories, : and in general hardware, building , materials, and plumbiny supplies, and to act as agent for individuals, I or corporations, engaged in the same , or other lines of business, and to act as agent and bailee for rail roads, steamboats, or other manner of. '"tw.-foi"r' li... rr rr-irni,:, replied w cade m I E x elusive II ...Home of- rbeater J'aramount-Art ..craft rictures- m TODAY "The Dark Star" A PA RAM OUN T-A R TOR A FT SPECIAL IN SEVEN REELS. This wonderful play taken from Robert W. Chamber's novel of the same name. It is presented by an all star cast, headed by MARION DAVIES. ALSO- FATTY ARBUCKLE in "The Desert Hero" T t NINE REELS OF SPARKLING ENTER ; TAINMENT AT A PRICE LESS THAN j EVER SHOWN BEFORE. . ' MATINEE AND NIGHT CHILDREN 10c, ADULTS 20c MONDAY AND TUESDAY Two Days "The Valley of the Giants" WALLACE IlEID in the Leading Hole, Supported by an All-Star Cast. The Story it by PETER B. KYNE, who know the Red Wood of California a no other writer doe, and the character of thi story are known to him personally. It i itory full of thrill, love and patho. DON'T FAIL TO SEE IT. ALSO A HOLMES' TRAVELOGUE Continuous Performance from 3:30 until 11 P.M. CHILDREN 10c ADULTS 20c. i unaelilmnocenTA " EMPLOYES TO GET BONUS. Marshall Field & Co. Will Distribute - (1,500,000. CHICAGO, Oct. 18. Onnouncement was made tonight by Marshall Field & Co. that for the year 1919 a dis tribution of extra compensation would be made to its employes because of the "high cost of living. The amount of this bonus, by which emf ployes of both the wholesale and re tail stores receiving up to $2,500 to tal income per year will benefit, will be about $1,500,000. It is understood that this is the first of such announcements for the cur rent yea. by large corporations' or firms. It Can Be Done. -"Yen make $4,000 a year aji an avi ator. And yet people'say you cant live ob air." Boston Transcript. 5- - '- - ran les; and generally to have, exercise and enjoy, all the privileges, powers and rights granted by law, or inher ent in, Or usually exercised by Cor porations for Profit charted by, and existing under, the laws of the State of Florida. ' ARTICLE III. The authoried capital stock of this Corporation shall be FIFTY THOUS AND ($50,000.00) DOLLARS, which shall be divided into Five Hundred (500) Shares of par value of ONE HUNDRED ($100.00) DOL LARS each, which shall be paid in lawful money of the United States or in property. ARTICLE IV. The term for which this Corpora tion shall exist shall be Ninety-Nine (99) Years, unless sooner dissolved in a manner now or which may here after be provided by law. ARTICLE V. The business or businesses, of this Corporation shall be conducted by a President, a Vice-President, a Treas urer, and a Secretary, and by a Board of Directors. The number of Directors shall not be less than three nor more than thirteen as may be fixed from time to time by the By Laws. The Board of Directors shall be elected annually by the stockhold ers at the regular annual stock holders' meeting, which shall be held on the second Tuesday in February of each year, and a President, a Vice-President, a Secretary and a Treasurer shall be annually elected by the Directors, and each of such officers shall be a stockholder in this Corporation at the time of the elec tion; provided, however, that the of fice of Secretary and Treasurer may oe neia oy one and the same person spector xor uw . L. frew f ARTICLE VI. The highest amoust of indebtedness1 or liability to which this Corporation can at any time subject itself is fix ed at FIFTY THOUSAND ($50,000, 00) DOLLARS. ARTICLE VII. The names and residences of the subscribers, and the amount of capi tal stock subscribed by each, shall be: H. M. deMostmollin, Palotko, Flor ida, 280 Shares, $28,000.00 B. C. Pearce, Palatka, Florida, 91 Shares, $9,100.00 George E. Ford, Palatka, Florida, 28 Shares, $2,800.00. EU;n Rice, Palatka, Florida, 1 Share, $100.00. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, each of said Incorporator has hereunto in person subscribed his respective name and signature by his own hand. H. M. deMONTMOLLIN. B. C. PEARCE. GEORGE E. FORD. ELLEN RICE. ) STATE OF FLORIDA, COUNTY OF PUTNAM. ) Before me, an officer authorized to take acknowledgments of deeds in the State of Florida, personally came, H. M. deMontmollin, B. C. Pearce, George E. Ford, and Ellen Rice, to me personally known and known by me to be the persons whose names are signed to the fore going ARTICLES OF INCORPORA TION of H. M. deMONTMOLLIN CO., and each of whom after being by me first duly sworn, depose and say, each for himself, that he execut ed the same for the purposes there in expressed, and each acknowledge his signature thereto. during the same time, tu -rii' a .v-h' iiN wimt: i.-iT;i.r":" Bs set my hand and the business of this Corporation until 'SK. L8.?8' J 1 & lkaJ FirldrV the first regular annual tockhlolders' ' ri' V"' ul Seeled to" h6ld ffier8 dUly (Notarial Seal) P. B. HUFF, H. M deMontmollin, President, Notary Public, , State of Florida at and a Director. U rg ' rim m'oi B. C. Pearce, Vice-President, 8nd My commionexpiresJulylO, 1921. a JJirector, affixed ' GROWERS OPPOSE I LEPROSARIUM. George E. Ford, Secretary and Director. Ellen E. Rice, Treasurer. The Diiectors of this Corporation , T . c. . mv moot do u Rnwi f rnM.. J""" Live Stock Men often, and at such time and place, as they shall deem necessary or advis able, and snail have power and au thority to appoint or employ such agents, servants or employees as shall seem to them advisable in car rying on the business, or businesses, 1 k- t v:. r-.i i ii i it Tnan ui itiiio vui puiaituu, aiiu biiey Biuiii in Vote Gainesville Against One in Florida. at GAINESVILLE, Oct 18. (Spe cial) By unanimous vote of the more 400 citrus fruft growers and determine the duties, compensation,, stockmen of the state attending the and terms o such agents, servants or ormbined citrus seminar and livestock employees. I roundup t tihe University of Florida The manner of calling meeting's;, . ... . it: and the time and place of such meet!hCTe today, the following resolution ings of the stockholders, except the by Ctornmisskxner of Agriculture W. stockholders' annual meeting, and of - A. McRae. of Tallahassee, was adop- jjireciurs, bJiuu ue axea oy wie uy- aj Vrnnbhn HaM akol irsW-sv hi Laws ballot counting one vote for each shares of stock owned by and ap pearing in the name of uch stock holder on the books of the com pany. Any stockholder may vote the stock of another stockholder if he presents to the meeting a proper writ- "Resolved, that we, the attendants at the citrus semlilnar and livestock roundup esyeftmbWd ''alt tGainesville, October 16, 1919, do most earnestly protest against leprosarium in Flori da, and! that we feel the establish 'ZTooElo Z 0Wner 01 We leprosarium in Florida, and that we feel that it would be a very -great injustice to our state. "Resolved further, that a copy of these resolutions be mailed to our sen ators and members of congress and to Surgeon-General Blue and tihe committee who has charge of the lo cating of the leprosarium." MOTORCADE TO TAMPA. facksonville Autoists Considering Paying South Florida City Visit. JACKSONVILLE, Odt. 18. (Spe cial) A motorcade Atom Jacksonville to Tampa such as the just ended suc cessful motorcade from Jacksonville to Savannah, Ga., is now proposed by Charles A. Tutewiler, who was chair man of the arrangements committee for the Savannah run. Mr. Tutewfler said this morning, fololwftng his return from Savannah, that as a member of the board of gov ernors of the Jacksonville Automobile club, he will bring up the matter be fore the governors at their next meet ing or possibly at a called meeting. "As big a success as the, Savannah trip was" Mr. Tutewiler said "I see no reason why we should not make a trip to the South to show to the 'people there that we are really out after good roads." Mtr. Tutewiler is very enthusiastic over his suggestion, which will no doubt meet with gener al approval. Wlhile no plans have yet been made for the proposed Tam pa motorcade Mr. Tutewiler believes that some time during November when the motorists begin arriving in large numbers, will be an ideal time. MEDAL FOR GEN. VANDERBILT New Yorker Honored with Two Oth er Officers of the 27th. WASHINGTON, Oct. 18.To Brig. Gent Cornelius Vanderbilt has been awarded the Distinguished Service Medal for "exceptionally meritorious and distinguished services as com manding officer, 102d Engineers, and as engineer officer of the 27th Divis ion " The Wjar Department also announc ed today the award of similar deco rations to two other officers of the 27th Division, Brig. Gen. Albert H Blanding of Bartow, Fla., command ing itlhe 53d Infantry Brigade, and Colonel Franklin W. Wjard of Albany,. N. Y. FISK SAILORS DISPLAY. Attention of the public is called to the splendid display of the latest Fisk Sailors in the windows of my store. Special sale of these hats will be conducted on Saturday. MISS KATE LUCAS. BIG FIRE AT CHESTER. CHESTER, SOUTH CAROLINA, Oct 18. (United Press) Fire of unknown origin this morning caused a- lass runing into -thousands of dollars when, the warehouse of the Moffat Wbole Grocery Company was burned. Short, ly before noon. The fire was burn ing and unchecked. STREET CAR TIE-UP KNOXVILLE, Oct. 18. (United Presa) Knoxvdlle was without street car service this morning as a result of Union employees striking.. The men struck last night when the Company refused to grant a wage increase. SUGAR FAMINE IN DELAND. DsLAND, Oct. 18. Within a short while, unless sugar is received from some unexpected source, DeLand will be without sweets. There is practi cnlly no sugar for sale now, almost every merchant in the city has sold out. The Putnam National Bank of Palatka, Florida Capital Surplus and Profit Account $140,000.00 l e Total Liability to Depositors $800,000.00 "Our Strength is Our Guarantee" , We Solicit Your Account Safe deposit boxes for rent $3.00 per year. r 4 I-KMBBBBBMMKaBV i V "i) (