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PALATKA DAILY NEWS COUNTRY'S DINNER PAIL 13 NOT THE EMPTY PRODUCTION OF FOOD HAS SHOWN BIG INCREASE. Hoarding Will Not Prevent People of United States Getting Grub. CITY LIQUOR LAW INVALID. St. Petersburg Judge Finds He Can not Punish Blind Tigers. NOTICE OF INTENTION TO AP PLY FOR LETTERS PATENT (By United Press.) DES MOINES, la., Nov. 7 Picture in your mind grain elevators taxed to capacity and banks bulging with money that in Iowa and the "food basin" of today. Make another men tal picture this time of Train eleva tors partially filled and banks with money vaults nearly empty that was the Iowa of 3(S5 days ago. The for mer represents Iowa in peace time nurl .ip liittnr in war. !'. In industrialism, it was but a short step, from war to peace time in Io wa. This state boasted of few war plants and these resumed manufac ture of their peace time products, shortly after peace began. In Pes Moines the city's principal war industry a saddle factory now manufactures gloves. A mu nition plant located at Murshalltown, and counted one of the state's largest war industries, has resumed manu facture of farm implements. Living costs, in general with the remainder of the country, have kited to unheard of levels since hostilities ceased. Surveys by various state organizations, have revealed that food costs have advanced 25 to 50 per cent throughout the state during the last year, while the increase in the cost of clothing has averaged 23 to 50 per cent. The high cost of living has united the farmer and laborer of Iowa. To day there is being organized a chain of co-operative grocery stores thru- out the state, which labor and far mer organizations have supported fi nancially. The farmer is bringing his products to these stores and the laborer is buying carload lots of groceries in an effort to defeat the high cost of living. The industrial strife which NOTICE is hereby given that we, the undersigned, will apply to his Excellency, Sidney J. Catts, Gover- j al a...... f Vlitn fnr ST. PETERSBURG, Nov. 8 (Spe- T .kttfrk PATENT, to be issued to cial) On the ground that the city has I h, m. de MONTMOLLIN CO., of no valid ordinance against the sale which company the following pro of intoxicating liquor, Municipal ! fos f lTTmtion 1 ' ,r i be the Articles of Incorporation. Judge C. J. Maurer today freed J. j Sai(i application for the issuance of A. Jackson wlu was arrested on a i said LETTERS PATENT will be Jackson's ! miult-' 'is aloivsaiu on uie ioui u.ij. ot iNovemiier, A. u. rjiv. This notice is given in pursuance with the Laws of Florida, relative t9 charge of liquor selling. attorney, Crockett Owen, entered a plea of not guilty for his client and after the court had found him guilty i Corporations tor Prlit i r i i jmaa n H- M. ( cMONTMOLLIN. and fixed the fine at $100, the attor-! j c PF-VRCE ney made a motion in arrest of judge- GEORGE E. FORD. merit and raised the point that the j city ordinance was passed prior to the ! ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION state going "dry" and therefore is not a valid law because it provides a way in which liquor licenses may be granted and that this would be against the state constitution. The law yer's contention was sustained and the court set aside the fine of $100. ADOPTING OPEN SHOP. Lake County Packers Follow Lead of Other Counties. EUSTIS, Nov. 8 Practically all fruit and vegetable packing houses in this section will be run on an open shop basis this season, acording to a resolution adopted at a meeting in Miami yesterday afternoon of the principal picking house owners and managers in this part of the state. The action of the packing house owners and managers came as the result of a report that a union is be ing formed among this packers with the intention of regulating hours of work and wages. j y. Fresh chile con-corie daily at John Mallem's place. F-s.V Street. last year, has had little effect upon Iowa. Strikes have been an almost unknown occurrence in the state. Iowa will probably escape unscathed from the industrial battle confronting the country, Governor W. L. Harding said. The war has made the state i stronger, industrially and commercial has ly, he added, predicting a bright fa- raged throughout the country for the j ture for Iowa and the middlewest. Service To Grocers Continued and increasing business proves appreciation of the service we are rendering the retailers in our territory. We are now handling all standard goods at margins that are a surprise to other dealers. minute. Our stock is freh' and up-to-the Prompt shipment, accurate con signments and fair treatment, our-motto. The Atlantic Grocery Co. Palatka, Florida t ::-:: mi- jm rMa WNm' U4a tin NON-SKID HRU REPAIRS l.i all kinds of vulcanizing ; building of tires, both fabric card. and fulj-Cjne of fisk tirf-s No jo'j too birf RETREADING iOO SliUiil. FREE AIR E. VV. Shotvvell 51S Lemon St- j H. M. deMONTMOLLIN CO. j The undersigned Incorporators hereby associate themselves together ! for tlie purpose of forming a corpo j 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 ofiices and other places of business in the State of Florida, and in such other States cf 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 be as follows: 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 snail have the right, and its prinripal bus iness shall be, to deal as manufactur er, broker, factor or merchant, whole sale 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, 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 transportation lines, or compan ies; 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 111 a manner now or which may here, after be provided by law. ARTICLE V. The business or businesses, of thia Corporation s iall be conducted by a President, a Vice-President, a Treas urer, and a Secretary, and by a Hoard 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 f ea''h year, and a President, a Vicv-1 'resident, 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- j rice of Secretary and Treasurer may j be held by one and the same person during the same time, j The following named persons shall ! hold the offices indicated and conduct the business of this Corporation until I the first, regular annual tockholders' I meeting shall be held and ofiiers duly I elected, to-wit: I II. M. deMontmollin, President, I and a Director. B. C. Pearce, Vice-President, and a Director. ; George E. Ford, Secretary and a j Director. I Ellen E. Rice. Treasurer. 1 The Directors of this Corporation t 1 may meet as a Board of Directors as 1 often, and at such time and place, as' j they shall deem necessary or advis ! able, and shall have power and au- thoiity to appoint or employ such 1 ; asents, servants or employees as shall sci m to their advisable in car rying on the business, or businesses, I of this Crrporation, and they shall , determine tin- duties, compensation! 1 ami terms o sun agents, servants or ; employees. The manner of calling meetings and the time and place of such meet I imrs cf the stockholders, except the : stockholders' annual meeting, and of j Directors, shall be fixed by the By j Laws. Stockholders shall vote by ' ballot counting one vote for each shares of stock owned by and ap- tbe name of uch stock the books of the com- ny stockholder may vote f another stockholder if he the meeting a pToper writ- signed by the owner of the ARTICLE VI. I The highest amoust of indebtedness 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. Ellen Rice, Palatka, Florida, 1 Share, $100.00. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, each of said Incorporator has hereunto in person subscribed his respective name and signature bv his own hand. H. M. deMONTMOLLIN. B. C. PEARCE. GEORGE E. FORD. ELLEN RICE. ttttttttttttt : : ! ! : , 11 1 t l Stop Paying House Rent Own your own home. We have arranged so you can buy one with the same money that you would pay for rent. We have seven dandy bungalows, some under construction, some finished, all for sale. Located in Bungalow Park, splendid neighbors, not 100 iar oui, paviea streets ana an con veniences. CASH Pj RES1 YMBNT OF $500: LIKE RENT Palatka Development Company STATE OF FLORIDA, ) COUNTY OF PUTNAM. ) Before me, an officer authorized to 'f take acknowledgments of deeds in the State of Florida, personally i came, H. M. deMontmollin, B. C. i Peai'ce. George E. Ford, and Ellen i j.' Rice, to me personally known and : j, known by me to be the persons . whose names are signed to the fore- j going ARTICLES OF INCORPORA- TION of H. M. deMONTMOLLIN j. CO., and each of whom after being: H. M. de MONTMOLLIN, President and Manager 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. ' IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and affixed my official seal at Palatka, Florida, this loth day of October, A. D. liny. (Notarial Seal) P. B. HUFF, Notary Public, State of Florida at Large. , My commission expires July 10, 1921. ORDER FOR PUBLICATION In the Circuit Court, Eighth Judicial Circuit, Putnam County, Florida In Chancery. Anson P. DeWolf, et al vs. Frederick H. Chauncey, et al Bill to Correct Mistake and Reform Deed It appearing by affidavit appended to the bill filed in the above stated ' cause that Frederick H. Chauncey, ' Minnie F. Chauncey, Amelia B. Lawrence, Nellie P. Chauncey, George Chauncey and Harry Chaun cey, a minor, the defendants therein named are non-residents of the State of Florida, and that the residence of each is as follows: Frederick H. Chauncey and Minnie F. Chauncey, 17 Wilton Avenue, Rochester, New York: Amelia B. Lawrence, Me ccdon, Wayne County, New York; Nellie P. Chauncey, George Chauncey, and Harry Chauncey, a minor, 61 Sid ney street, Rochester, New York; that til of said defendants, except Har ry Chauncey, a minor, are over the tge of twenty-one years, and that there is no person in the State of Florida, upon whom the service of Subpoena would bind such Defend ants; it is therefore ordered that said non-resident defendants be and they are hereby required to appear to the B.l! of Complaint filed in said cause on or before Monday, the 1st day of De cember, A. D. 1919, otherwise the al legations of said bill will be taken as confessed by said Defendants. It is further ordered that this Or der be published once a week for four consecutive weeks in the Palatka Daily News, a newspaper published in said County and State. Witness my hand and official Seal this, the 1st day of November, 1919. (SEAL) R.J.HANCOCK, Clerk Circuit Court. A H. Odom Solicitor for Complainant. If you want the very best Flour BUY Lexington 5elf Rising and Blue ORDER FOR PUBLICATION I. I ..m :.. : r-,1 1 holder on I I pany. An I the stock 0 1 ' presents to fm"mmM. ' ten proxy In the Circuit Court, Eighth Judicial Circuit, Putnam County, Florida In Chancery. Carl Bernstorf, Complainant vs. Samuel Trcxel and his wife, Mary C. Trexel, Defendants. Bill to Foreclose Mortgage. It appearing by affidavit appended to the bill filed in the above stated cause that Samuel Trexel and Mary C. Trexel, his wife, the defendants therein named are non-residents of the State of Florida, and are resident of 925 LaSalle street, Columbus, Ohio, and .are over the age of twenty-one jears, and that there is no person in the State of Florida, upon whom the service of Subpoena would bind such defendants; it is therefore ordered that said non-resident Defendants be : ml they are hereby required to ap pear to the Bill of Complaint filed in said cause on or before Monday, the 1st day of December, A. D. 1919, oth t;i wise the allegations of said bill will be taken asconfessed by said Defen dants. It is further ordered that this Or der be published once a week for four consecutive weeks in the Palatka Dai ly News a newspaper published in said County and State. Witness my hand and official Seal this the 1st day of November, 1919. R. J. HANCOCK, Grass Queen! Plain This Flour guaranteed by The Vertrees Company Sole Distributors J Clerk Circuit Court (SEAL A. H. Odom, Solicitor for Complainant. PRIZE FOR FLYERS. Will Be Distributed Armistice Night at New York Dinner. (By United Press.) NEW YORK Nov. 8 Prizes won by flyers in the Trans-Continental Air Race will be distributed at the first annual re-union and dinner of avia tors army, navy, postal and civilian here Armistice night. The idea wa3 first suggested by of ficials of the American Flying Club, under whose auspices the event is to be held, as a get-ogether celebration of former service flyers on the first anniversary of cessation of hostili ties. The proposal grew in favor, however, until it now includes bird men of all branches of the service, those who have been mustered out of the service and have returned to for mer occupations, and those who have entered the field of commercial aero nautics. Several flyers were to reach here by airplane from various flying fields to attend the dinner. Major Maurice Connolly, who is in charge of the ar rangements, said today he had been advised that a fleet of six ships will tiy from Langley Field, Va. Other flyers will come from Boston, Dayton, Chicago, Cleveland,, Washington, St Louis. Detroit and Mineola. GET SOME of our Florida 8 tail 1 IT WLL HF.UTOU TO DO wrufOUT SUGAR ' The tjunlity anil QuuniHy Sore. " L. C. STEPHENS Cor. Kirby and Morris Phone 84 flew PAINTING IS AN ART We Do It Artistically -Also- Papering, JC!somining, StenciUgf' Frescoing, Interior Decorating. " The Painters " X ONE 373 :k he geeks to vote.