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VOL XX TITUSVILLE FLA FRIDAY APRIL 13 1900 NO 51
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hi CURRENT LACOHICS I
a Brief Xentlou of What la Going On ID
q and About Tltntvllle
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Send your watches for repairs to W M
f Woodward Titusville Work guaranteed
Mite Laura Sharp was up from City
Point for a part of Tuesday and Wednes
day
> Judge Jones is spending a week at his
Klondike plantation and is expected to
return home today
Meters E L Brady and W M Brown
returned several days ago from their busi
f ness trip to Miami 1
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Harry Wilson of the Cocoa aril Rock
4 ledge News was a visitor in town from
Saturday until Sunday afternoon
f Divine service will be held in St
Gabriels church next Sunday at 11 a m
and in St Johns church Eau Gallie at
f 730 p m
The weather bureau predicted frost for
J northern Florida last night but thu
I change from summer weather did not ar
rive until this morning
Mr Sam Childs was summoned to his
home in Cocoa yesterday by telegram
announcing the illness of hid liveyeur old
child suffering with fever
April Bailing of the Clyde lieu steam
ships have been received at THE STAU
oflice Ifyour are going north take the
sea trip from Jacksonville
We note that the Bank of Biscayne at
Miami is to be changed to a national
bank and will then be known us thu
First National Bunk of Miami
The sharpie Pirate of New York city
arrived here Sunday on her way to Gil
berts bar Shu remained here for a day
J or so aWaiting favorable breees
Mr W F Jibb day operator at the
railway station has been transferred
temporarily to Oak Hill on account of the
illness of the station agent at that place
The contractors on the now road from
here to Pritchards are busily engaged this
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week hauling and spreading palmetto
fibre from the yard of the Florida Extract
I company
t Mrs Jas F Mitchell and two children
of Rocklcdge came up to this place last
Friday afternoon on a visit to her par
l ents Mr and Mrs W S Norxvood returning
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t I turning homeSunday afternoon
Mr f A Robinson of City Point was
in town Wednesday and Thursday
Hu has not recovered us yet from his fall
as detailed in these items last week but
is not seriously hurt we are pleased to
learn
The schooner Eleanor CnptJ B
Russull left Saturday for Daytona The
launch Diana also mentioned in our last
weeks paper in connection with the
Eluanor passed here also Saturday on
bur way from Rockledgu to Daytona
Major L B Dawson of Narrows paid
0111 town a flying visit Monthly Hu is
now prepared to ship beans in large
quantities to northern markels and on
account of recent cold further north is
anticipating good prices for a few weeks
Rev John A Hughes went to Barton
Wednesday to attend the annual meeting
of the prushxttry the northern and
southern braneliod meeting there this
year Barton has two Presbyterian
churched one northern the other south
ern
Mr J P Saxvtelle of llurdueville xvho
has been representing The Plaza hotel at
Rockledge in Jacksonville since the
first of the year returned to his home at
Hardeevillu Monday coming up the St
Johns river via time steamer DuBary of
the Clydu St Johns River line
Miss Annie Bulloxvs who has been
teaching the public school at Hurileuville
the past six months left this place Mon
day for Lake City where she will await
the arrival of her aunt Miss M R Bel
lows who has about completed the sdiool
term at LuGrange when they will prob
ably proceed to Georgia for the summer
Mr F C Hexvitt of Melbourne ac
companied by Mr Sam Martin arrived
here Monday afternoon with Mr
Huxvitts naphtha launch and sailboat
the Hippie and rowboat which item
all hauled out and housed at Nelsons
ways Tuesday for the summer Mr Hew
itt and Sam returning to Melbourne via
train The former leaved in a furrays
for his summer home in Oxvego N Y
Mr S H Happursett of West Palm
Beach severs his position with Grubers
hardware and furniture store on the 1st of
May where lie has been for several years
to accept the position as traveling repre
sentative for the S B Hubburd Co of
Jacksonville taking the place of Mr W
T Pareo u L is now retained by the
I > Iu swj W Holmes ille c
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acquiring his new and responsible posi
tiorf We learn that it came to him quite
unsolicited He will move his family to
Jacksonville
Mrs C C Curtiss and two children ac
companied by her mother Mrs L C
urtiss left for Jacksonville Wednesday
afternoon where Mr Curtiss will take
charge of the Glenwood house The
building just vacated by Mrs Curtifia will
soon be occupied by Mr OBrien of New
Smyrna who moves his family here this
week
Mr and Mrs L C Moortj of Rose
and accompanied by their friend Mrs
Arthur G Bennett and little son Sidney
of Chicago spent a couple of hours in
town Wednesday on their return to their
launch which they left at Melbourne
from a few days spent in Green Cove
Springs They returned via the St
Johns river route and Enterprise
The McFarland Fruit Protection com
pany has just received a box of tropical
plants from Mr L II Dommerich of
Maitiand who undoubtedly has the
arrest and finest collection of tropical
plants to be found anywhere in this
country Mr Mclfrrland has had the
same carefully planted out in the tropical
Burden adjoining the tent factory
A party of Ormonditep consisting of
Gen S J Anderson Mr John Anderson
Mr and Mr Chas Davis of Lenoir N
C ami Mr Richardson of Philadelphia
wore aboard the southbound train yes
terday afternoon en route to Luke Worth
when they will visit for u few days at
lilts Island Mr John Anderson is one
of the popular managers of the Hotel
Ormond and is glad to get off for a few
days after a very busy season
SHIRT WAISTS
Kline has just received his summer
stock of over 350 shirt waists no two
alike Very latest styles It would
take five columns of The Star to give
a description of them Mention The
Star when you call to see them or
write
Work Resumed
The McFarland Fruit Protection com
pany after a few weeks temporary shut
down in order to install new machinery
and make necessary repairs on time plant
have btnjnn work a ain with a full force
of hands Orders have been coming in
rapidly and the factory will be busy for
thu rest of the season Among the large
orders recently place with the company
are those of Washington E Connor of
Nexv Smyrna J H Wyuth and E II
Brewer of Winter Park and several
parties in the vicinity Zellxvood Orange
county A new feature in the line of
manufacture is that of canvas hose for
irrigating purposes A large order for
hose has just been received from Gaines
ville Fla and the company expect to do
a heavy business in this line
W J CRAYFORD Groceries and
Provisions cor Main and Washing
ton Titusville 1
510011 t14llt For Charter
The commodious party < sli op yacht
Why Not owned ami sailed b the vet
eran vast coast sailor laPt John Simon
son can be chartered by the day or week
for all points of interest First class ac
commodations for party of from two to
four persons Ttvent live years ex
perience in the business ntbfiction guar
anteed Address Capt John Simonson
Titusville Fin
H lark Clmuuccy in says HeWitts
Witch hazel Salve cured him of piles that iia < l
alllicted him fur twenty years It is also a
speedy euro fur skill diseases Beware of dan
gerous counterfeits 11 It Wilson t Son
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L HToussaint is shipping tomatoes
and peppers
Glass Bros have received two carloads
of lumber for their new house
The dickey birds say one of our bache
lors will be married this month
Our new road to Jensen is finished 1
but cannot be used until tic have the
bridge which xxu hope Mr Fried will
attend to soon
Mr and Mrs C Y S Rea after spend
ing three months xvith his brother W
Meat will leave for their homu in Hack
ett ton N 1 this week
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IUST KECU1V121
A carload of the finest wide cypres
lumber Build your boat now
G F PXDDISON
Eau Gallic Fla
HARPEtt Wh is liquid music
I niateritt 4 G H0w refreshing
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LATEST MEWS AND INCIDENTS
Matters of Interest Thift Are Happening
Around Town
Dont forget the garden party Monday
evening
The county Democratic executive com
mittee meetaat this place tomorrow I
Today is Good Friday The lenten sea
son closes on Easter Sunday the 15th inst
Charlie Gaillard was a passenger on
ho southbound train Monday afternoon
bound for Miami
Mrs John A Ilnirhes returned the first
of the week from a few days visit with
relatives at Ormond
Be sure to investigate each booth at
the garden party for they will contain
something interesting
Rev S F Gove arrived in town from
Enterprise Monday afternoon and left for
down river points same day
Mrs Hawthorne of Hawthorne Put
nam county arrived hero Wednesday
afternoon on a visit to Mrs R LMotloxv
Of course you will attend the garden
part given by the band on the Indian
River hotel lawn Monday evening April
KithMiss
Miss Bessie Hall has been quite ill at
St Augustine but has convalesced HO as
to rut eed with her studies at St Josephs
academy
Capt1 S Mathison arrived from
clown the river the latter part of last
week and spending a few days with
his family
Youngs Bicycle Livery Hutchinson
avenue near Indian River hotel Tan
dems and single wheels Popular prices
W E Youngs
Miss Adiliu King of Harduevillu after
visiting a few days with her friend Mis
Mary Feaster at IaGrange returned
know Monday
Mr Fred Herbert Black of City Point
and Miss Addiu E tiaras were married
Wednesday the llth at the homo of thu
bride by Archdeacon B F Brown
Passenger trains were delayed Sunday
by the derailment of several freight care
caused by a broken flange to the trucks
This mishap occurred near WaWa
Mr and Mrs W F Jibb expect to oc
cupy the cot taut lately added to and
thoroughly overhauled by Mr L R
Decker near the Indian River hotel
Master Ernest Keyxvorth of Baltimore
xvas among the arrivals in town last Fri
day afternoon to join his mother and
sister who are visiting with Mrs Helen
W Remolds
Miss Phoebe Cleveland who returned
to bur homu at Merrill several weeks I
ago from New Orleans paid a visit to her i
brother William here this week from
Monday until Wednesday afternoon
The garden party to be given by time
Indian River band Monday evening
promises to be a unique and very pleas
ant Hair TIlt boys are working hard
and have enlisted the help of the Indus
Pso that lie isuccess of the evenings en
I tertainment is assured
I We rail attention to the advertisement
I of Messrs Carpenter ec GriHis who start
up their now meat market tomorrow in
I the huilding on Main street formerly
j used by W K Knox They propose to
I carry the best Florida meats in stock
Advertisemcnt on page S
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i Last Friday April nth u fine taiby boy
i was born to Mr and Mrs Alfred lladley
J of Sunbeam This arrival gives our jovial
ice man six children in nilfinal kings
i j and a pair of queens The father is the
j happiest man in town while the mother
and baby are IH II doing well
I Doctor W L Huuldett of foam and
Doctor C P Plaits and wilt of Fort
I
J Pierce stopped over here forum Tuesday
I afternoon until Wednesdav morning on
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their xvay to Orlando to attend the an
null meeting of the Florida Medical
j association Dntor llntrhlutt by nqiuist
i xvill read a jmper at this section of the
association entitled Hiimnu TuluMvu
losis With a Special Reference Pulmon
ary Consumption
j Mr and Mrs Gen M Robbins and
Miss Annie Paddisoii also Mesrs II
i jtnd J O Walton and Mrs J U Walton
went to Ormond aid Daytona Saturday
from hence Mr and Mis Walton re
turned to Jacksonville Mr C H Walton
led Mis Robbins returned homo Mon
day Miss Paddisoh extending her trip
that day to Eau Galliu on a visit to her
5 brother Mr Robbins returning home
Tuesday afternoon
1 The editor of TIll STAU and wife left
the latter part of last week for a brief trip
to Sanford Lakeland and Bartoxv and
I spent several days most pleasantly at tilt
f aluuu places returning the early part of
Phosphate mining being re
vivedand turpentine camps started up 1
all over South Florida seems to be aiding I
in a general feeling of prosperity coupled I
with the belief that the orange industry
will soon be on a paying basis again
Mr and Mrs Snckett Miss Clara Sack
ett Mrs Barnett of Springfield Mass
and Miss Sadie Dodd of Connecticut
who have been spending the winter
months at Mims left for their homes
Wednesday
Mr William A Warnock and wife of
Jamaica N Y arrived here Monday
afternoon and they are spending a few
days at different points on the river
while Mr Warnock is looking after the
interests of the Degniuw estate he being
a nephew of Mrs A A Drgrauw
Messrs Charles F Naething Foster So
Naething William II Naething 1V1
HaJexvood and Professor Jack Laibn re
turned hero Tuesday night on the Rose
Marie from their trip to Miami all of
the party excepting Prof Laflin leaving
for New York Wednesday The latter
will remain with us until the middle of
May
Hnh McLauifhlin the leading politic
ian of Brooklyn who ha been spending
the winter at the River View Murritts
island left for St Augustine with his
part Saturday and will spend several
days at the Alcazar before returning
north Mr McLau hlin had been in ill
health and his trip to Florida was prin
cipally for the purpose of regaining his
health which has been accomplished
The long talked of canal connecting In
dian river and Luke Washington is about
to he built It is expected work will
commence early in May and it will take
two or three months to complete the ca
nal xvhich still be 100 feet wide at the
bottom and 10 feet in depth County
Surveyor Fries will shortly commence
making preliminary surveys This canal
will drain a huge tract of country and
reclaim many acres of valuable farming
land
The summer schedule on the F E C
railway went into effect Wednesday
when the two trains between this
pluto and Jacksonville were reinstated
same as last summer leaving hero at
ooO a m arriving at 980 p m The
northbound train from Miami now ar
rives at 225 p m the southbound train
at 210 p in Special through freight
service on alternate days was introduced
this week in addition to the regular
freight fc erviee
Correction
In the state news column of Tim STXU
last week there appeared an item taken
from a Yolusia county exchange stating I
that on account of sickiuss Judge Jones i
has directeil Sheriff Turner of Yolusia
county not to summon xv ttnts esuui ju
rors for the spring term of circuit COUP t in
that county etc The item was worded
rather iiruonsly and xvai liable to be
construed that I IIde Jones xvas ill xvhen
it really was on account of sickliest in
DeLiuul that the summons xvas not made
and furthermore it was atlo on request of
the state hoard of health that Judge Jones
i directed the sherilf in the mutter as stat
ed as Dr Porter health ollieer for Flor
ida fully realized that it xvas a hazardous
risk to have court held at I Il Land when
contagious sickness xvas prevalent there
at that lime We make this statement
j
I to correct a wrong impression that may
I grow out of a niiscoUitcuetion of the item
above re fen ed h >
FOK SAIli
I Three trood horses at n bargain In
I quire Ire W Ciahh 1iKsm Fla
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Iron Pipe and Fittings 38 to 2 12
I inch black or galvanized Write for
prices E W Amsdeu Ormond Fla
Notice
I The xecntm committee of the Demo
1 erotic jmrlv of Bivvard county wilt IIMH
HI fiiivai Saturday April IUlt fir
Ilae HtliNAr fesllilt1I21talatHral hieh
tbtt it t deligaii in tin data nd i n
mlslttttal till tr1flii IIIlaill lrliiucl
l tlIut1lithl aiui attending to other tJui
ness which may IK neivswy All mein
IKM lilt r iimte l in U > re etit
K li U riKitMjx T V fuutm
Secretar thairziun
WIIKN YOIT tit 1111
Buy you lumber snhh dour builders
hunhxaiv paints Hud all other huitt1iw
material of J K PtNU1 + N
lau inUit Fla
TUVVEL VIA TIE CLYDK LINK
Tourists and nil parties returning north
should take a sea trip via the populat
Clyde line Tickets an 11 reservations cant
be secured of Frlw = ch11 Tin > TXII
f office This is v SUIt time oi
the car to take fir ocean
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STATE MEWS ITEMS
Bit of Information About Various Events
Occurring at Different Florida Points
The New Itockledge hotel expects to
close its doon to the traveling public on
Saturday next
President McKinley on Saturday last
nominated Mr H C Budge to be post
master at Miami Harry is to be con
gratulated on securing this position
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Mrs H H Wilkinson and daughter
Miss Hattie were in Palm Beach a few
days ago having come up from Hypo
IUXQ on a visit to Mrs E II Dimick
Mr and Mrs S II Peck and two chil
dren of nocklcc1 e left last week for
Petoskey Mich where Mr Peck goes to
get his summer hotel the Arlington in
readiness for the coining season
Capt 11 P Dye and James Prevail of
Lake Worth left last week for Cuba
taking with them a herd of milch cows
They propose to locate a dairy near Ha
vana and are starting in with twentysix
head of stock
There occurred another light frost at
Gainesville last Friday morning and
some of thc truckers claim that while the
eanteloupe and cucumber crops are un
injured the beaus both sprouting and in
bloom were killed
F T Budge the enterprising hardware
man of Miami moved part of his stock
into his handsome new quarters lust week
III u few days he still receive several car
loads of furniture and by the 20th ex
pects to bu ready for business in his new
store
Through the efforts of Secretary Wil
liams of the Ocala board of trade about
thirty parties have been induced to plant
cassava patches for seed for another years
planting Experienced growers say that
it can safely be counted on that time crop
will nut 0 an acre
Judge Blount of the criminal court of
record of Escambiu county rendered a
decision lust Thursday that the state seed
law was unconstitutional because it seeks
to regulate interstate commerce which
right the constitution of the United Stated
concedes only to congress
Senator E X Dimick and Geo W
Lainhut of Palm Beach visited their
Neptune orange grove last week They
aru so pleased with the growth of their
trees that they have decided to plant out
twelve sere more They expect a crop
on their young grove next year of fully
200 boxes
Mrs J S Davison and Mr Frank Wil
liams have returned to Itockledgu from
their trip to Nassau and are stopping
there as the guests of of Mr and Mrs E
M Breese before returning to their home
in Johnstown Ia The Missed Breesu
entertained very pleasantly a progressive
card party on Wednesday evening of last
week
On Monday last a man stepped up to
Sheriff Anderson of Orange county and
wanted to know if he was the sl1llitl Hu
told him he xvas xvhen the man handed r
him a paper saying he had a commit
ment from Judge Jones The sheriff
wanted to know where his man was and j
he replied he xvas the party The sheri
then took him up to his county hotel and
assigned him quaiters The jmrty hats
W H toxvan of Sanford who was com
mitted for contempt of court He had
failed to pay money for the maintenance
of his wife xvhich he had been ordered
to do by the court He preferred logo to
jail to jHiyinir the money and did not
care to trouble the deputy sheriff bring
him down
HAXYAN
The new bean flOp is coming in It is
to be hoped thnt prices will hold up for a
fats more weeks at least
The hum of the humble bee and the
notes of the mocking bird and the xvarm
April sunshine remind us that spring is
here
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Mr L Verner mid family leave this
xveek for their North Georgia home We
hope to have them as permanent resi
dents ere long
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Uth of April after xvl Titus V
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