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The Florida star. (Titusville, Fla.) 1880-1917, October 15, 1909, Image 1

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Pungent lotes Pertaining to Events
Transpiring About Town
3 Dr Miller Dentist Titusville
1 Father MJ Curley of DeLand
was in Titusville Sunday
I 5 or 6 doses 666 will cure any
case of chills and fever Price 25c
t Remember The Alpine for lodging
and quick lunch when in Titusville
New shipment of Victor records
r just received at India River Music
House fine selection
Rev Wm Stones desires to thank
our people for their gift of 2775 to
the Orphanage Arcadia
Miss Daisy Brady arrived home
from Camden S C last Friday af
ternoon for a months visit
Mr W H H Gleason of Eau Gal
lie spent a part of Monday in Titus
ville on important business matters
I We are told by the dickey birds
that there will be another wedding
in Titusville the first week in Novem
Among the recent arrivals in town
is a very fine young daughter at the
home of Mr and Mrs Leon S Wil
son Mrs C J Denhams music class
rendered a very entertaining pro
r gram of piano selections at her home
last Saturday
L Mr Rowan a Presbyterian minis
ter from Camden S C is spending
a few weeks very pleasantly in Titus
vine arriving last Friday
The orange crop on the Goodall
i grove in Turnbull hammock which
is in charge of W H Maxwell was
sold on the trees this week for 90
r cents per box
I + From one to two carloads of oran
ges and grapefruit are being shipped
from LaGrange and Mims every day
if this week The fruit at its best is
I only partially colored
The Indian Baptist Convention will
meet at Titusville Nov 1618 Men
who are prominent in mission Sun
day school and young peoples work
I will be in attendance The Baptists
y in the city are looking forward to a
1 good time
Standard sewing machine drop
head full set attachments used less
than a month price 2000 full guar
antee and trial allowed in your own
home full satisfaction or no sale
Indian River Music House Titusville
Mr and Mrs C L Berge and Miss
Mabel arrived at New Smyrna last
week to spend the winter also Mr
4 E Kieswetter and wife The latter
t has a new launch just completed this
summer by Geo Gingras of Rock
ledge which was delivered last week
Mr J J Thompson will occupy the
pulpit of the Methodist church on the
night of the 17th Everybody come
and do what you can to advertise his
lecture Remember the 3rd Sunday
in October 730 p m Mr TJhomp
son represents the AntiSaloon Lea
gue Mr Thompson will preach in
the Baptist church in the morning of
S the 17th at 11 oclock
c Two automobiles with a party of
s eight went up the Blue Ridge road
Sunday in an endeavor to reach New
Smyrna via the old Kings road west
of Indian River and Oak Hill They
made their way to the large pond
At near Glencoe which could not be
forded and they had to return home I
Another expedition will be tried in a
few days via the bridge at the head
of the river which it is said is not as
baa as it is pictured to be and can
f + r be made passable for a few hundred
t dollars
Bureaus dressers dressing stands
Washstands refrigerators springs
I Mattresses kitchen safes ice cream
freezers White Mountain chairs
F l Tables wardrobes iron beds rugs
t I Mattings art aquares carpets
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It Depends
On whether you are willing to take
any 300 shoe that merely looks good
or whether you insist on getting full
and honest value for your money In
the latter case ° you will make your
selection from our line of Perfect
Model Shoes They give wonderful
service In our large stock of shoes
for men and boys Perfect Model
300 Abbott 350 Crossett 400
and 500 Edwin Clapp 550 600
and 650 All clean new upto
date stock standard makes double
guaranteed the best that money can
buy They are here awaiting for
you In all that is new in footwear
One Price Store
Titusville Florida
Storm Passed Out to Sea
The weather bureau located a tro
pical storm of unusual severity over
Cuba Sunday It moved northward
Monday striking Key West and giv
ing the whole of South Florida a bad
The weather here on Monday had
every appearance of its coming this
way but very fortunately for us it
recurved and went into the Atlantic
ocean very little of the disturbance
being felt this side of Palm Beach
Key West Miami and the exten
sion of the F E C railway got the
full force of the storm The lowest
barometer reading here was 2988
Monday afternoon about 8 p m the
wind sprang up from the northwest
and the barometer began to rise
This is the sixth tropical storm
that has passed either east or west
of us this fall and it does seem that
this part of Florida is favored with
escaping these destructive agents
The warehouse of the E L Brady
Co in Miami was unroofed Monday
and a large part of the goods were
ruined by rain This is the second
time this warehouse has been unroof
ed by a tropical storm this time it
was protected by tornado insurance
Most all of the boats of this place
were hauled up or anchored secure
ly in preparation for the expected
gale Monday afternoon
To Test the AntiSeine Law
A test case of the new seining law
was made in County Judge Hem i
mings court at Fort Pierce last iI
week Max Gehlert the defendant I
notified the sheriff that he would put
a seine in the St Lucie and asked
the officer to come and arrest him
The judge assessed a fine of 50 and
costs and appeal I an was made to the
circuit court on the grounds that the
law is unconstitutional Attorney
A D Penney represented the de
fendant and prepared the appeal to
the circuit court
The Guild
The first meeting of the Guild of I
St Gabriels church was held at the
home of Mrs Jas Pritchard
It was an especially interesting
meeting as Mrs Wetmore who has
been the Guilds president for over
nineteenlyears resigned her position
and it was with sadness that the
ladies bade her farewell as she goes
to Jacksonville to make her future
Mrs C Nelson was elected presi
dent for the coming year Mrs Rob
bins retains the position of treasurer
Mrs Adhemar was appointed secre j
The next meeting will be held atji
the residence of Mrs Adhemar I
Brady Friday Oct 15th I
Klines Gents Furnishing Dept I
Mens neglige shirts made of an j
excellent quality of percale the fa
mous Princely shirts worth 75 cents
and 100 Monday only 50 cents each
Mens clothing at a greatly re
duced price
Mens Douglas shoes custom made
in box calf gun metal and velour
plain or cap toe worth 300 special
Titusville Florida
Prominent Young Couple Happily Mar
ried in St Gabriels Church
One of the prettiest weddings ever
witnessed in this place was that of Mr
George Brockett and Miss Catherine
Stewart which was solemnized in St
Gabriels Episcopal church Tuesday
The church was beautifully and artis
tically decorated by the loving hands of
friends with fresh flowers ferns and
green vines showing to excellent ad
vantage against the white altar cover
ings Above the chancel was suspend
ed a large floral bell made up of pink
and white roses and underneath this
were placed two kneeling cushions of
pure white satin with white silk cords
and tassels
The building was packed to its fullest
capacity by < the friends and wellwishers
of the young couple even the side aisles
and all the available standing room be
ing occupied
Promptly at 6 oclock the appointed
hour the bridal party arrived and en
tered the church to the strains of the
bridal chorus from Lohengrin
First came the members of the brides
family and a few intimate friends in
pairs and occupied the front pews
Next came the ring bearer little Miss
Doris Wilson carrying the wedding
ring upon a dainty white satin cushion
following her was the maid of honor
Miss Frankie Stewart youngest sister
of the bride then the bride leaning up
on the arm of her father was t
ed to the altar where awaited them the
minister Dean Robottom the groom
and his best man Mr W D Messer
The bride was handsomely gowned
in white satin trimmed with silver
passamenterie and Rhinestone buckles
Over this hung in graceful folds the
long bridal veil fastened with a spray
of lilies of the valley
The bride carried in her hand a large
bouquet of bridal roses and lilies of the
The maid of honor wore a most be
coming princess dress of white net over I
blue satin trimmed with lace and white
ribbon garniture and a light blue vel
vet hat with white ostrich plumes
The dainty little ring bearer looked
beautiful in white organdie with elabor
ate lace trimmings and white ribbons
The groom and his best man wore the
conventional black
The beautiful marriage ceremony of
the church being impressively perform
ed vows made and the benediction pro
nounced the bridal party led by the
newly married pair marched down the
center aisle while Mendelssohns wed
ding march was being played and out to
the street where carriages were await
ing to convey the party to the home of
the brides parents Mr and Mrs A A
Stewart There an elaborate supper
awaited them
The color scheme of the home decora
tions was pink and white THe supper I
tables covered with fine white linen i
were further ornamented with beauti I
I ful white lace center pieces held by i
bands of pink ribbon extending diagon
ally to the four corners and cut glass 1
vases filled with pink and white roses
In the center the brides table was
a large cake richly ornamented in rose
design which at the close of the sump t
tuous repast was cut by the bride and
a piece put into each of a number of dain I
ty white boxes which were given to
the guests as favors
Mrs Harry Wilson a very close friend
of the family was in charge of s
at the house and the magic touch of
her artistic hand could be recognized in t
all directions
The numerous and handsome wedding
presents were pleasingly arranged upon
tablesin the parlor where the inspection
of them afforded much pleasure to the
The bride who has grown up from
infancy here possesses to a marked de
gree the graceful and charming char
acteristics which go to make up the per
fect woman The groom who came
here from New York about three years
ago and since which time has been
manager of the Eureka Fish Co and
Standard Oil Co here is a young man
of sterling qualities and is highly es
teemed by all who know him
THE STAR joins with their many other
friends in wishing for the young couple
a long life of happiness usefulness and
The newly wedded pair went immed I
iately to housekeeping in their beautiful
and cozy new river front home which
was all in readiness for them
Klines Special Fall Opening Sale
Embroideries in the latest designs
9 inches wide specially good for un
derwear worth 20 cents Monday
ly 15 cents per yard
Also another lot still finer quality
13 inches wide worth 35 cents Mon
days special 25 cents per yard
Also embroidery and insertion in
match sets and the newest and dain
tiest patterns at actually less than
the importers prices
Natural colored linens are the prop
er thing for dresses and the climate
is very favorable for this class of
goods it also looks fine for coat suits
trimmed with jet buttons We have
them in prices ranging from 25 to 39
cents per yard
Outing flannel in newest designs
prices 10 and 12j cents per yard
White madras good for ladies tail
ormade waists 25 cents per yard
Ladies black heatherbloom under
skirts with two rows of embroidery
worth 250 Mondays special 149
Hair ribbons in the latest colorings
and in fancy flowers as well as the
new moires at prices less than cost
Manchester printed cambrics good
for childrens school dresses yard
wide 12 cents per yard
Titusville Florida
To Reestablish Beacons
From the enclosed letter you will
see I am still after thedbject start
ed out for
As the appropriation the rivers
and harbors has been approved I
want to see the East Coast get her
share We need these improvements
You can publish this letter and let
the public see what is being done
for them
Trusting to see you soon I re
main Yours truly
CAMDEN S C Sept 21 09
Titusyille Fla
Yours of the 15th inst regarding
the marking of the channel and light
ing beacons on the East Coast has
been received I shall be pleased to
take up this subject with the depart
ment of commerce and labor and
will do all I can to have the beacons
and lights established
Yours very truly
Since the above was put in type
Mr Lorillard has requested us to ask
that all commercial and pleasure
motor boats on the East Coast be
listed and sent to him at Titusville
so he can give in such information to
the department as it will be a help
to secure reestablishment of the t
beacon lights He also would like to I
have reports from any person as to i I
the present condition of the channel i
beacons on the entire East Coast j
Special Notice to the Ladies I
Opening of ladies hats this Fri
day Oct 15th at Julius Klines
Church Notes
Rev Wm Stones will preach on
Sunday next at LaGrange at 11 a in
and at Titu villl at 7 p m
Dean Robottom will officiate in St
Johns church Eau Gallic on Sun
day morning October 17th at 1030
oclock and in Holy Trinity church
Melbourne on Sunday evening at
730 oclock
Deposited in his bank is loaned to
the people of this vicinity People
who wish to impr Ae their homes or
increase their financial interests
Every depositor of this bank no
matter how small his deposit helps
in the work of building up the enter
prises of this community helps to
make THIS a better town
Why not open an account with
Titusville Fla
Gun Repair Works
All work guaranteed also guns
stocked and rebored
H BENECKE Titusville
Dray ing or hauling of all kinds prompt
ly attended to Meet all trains
Titusville Fla
v 1 r
r Personal Paragraphs About People that
Travel Here and There
Mr and Mrs Geo M Robbinsspent
Monday in Jacksonville
Limeade delicious healthful and
cold 5 cents Banner Drug Store t
5 or 6 doses 666 will cure any
case of chills and fever Price 25cf
Mr R J James left Tuesday for M
his home in Lake county expecting
to return here again next week
Mr W R Sanderspassed through
Titusville last Friday afternoon on
his way to Miami from Arkansas
Palm Beach county will vote next
Tuesday the 19th on the issuing of
200000 in bonds for good roads
The Booster Club of Titusville will
hold regular meetings on the second 4
and fourth Wednesdays in each
Fresh Sanford bread cakes and
pies at CCollinss every Monday
Wednesday and Friday Fruits a
Mrs M A Scrimgeour arrived in
Titusvfllp Wednesday from Tamna
and for the present is stopping at
Mrs Gladwins
A fine baby girl was born on Sulk
day Oct 3rd to Mr and Mrs A F
Faulk of this place Mr Faulk is
chef at the Palmhurst
Mrs Adhemar Brady will enter r
tain the Progressive Culture Club
Tuesday afternoon Oct 19th from
3 to 6 0 clock in honor of Miss Daisy
Mrs A K Wilson and two chil
dren returned to their home in Fort
Pierce Wednesday after a ten days
visit here with Mr and Mrs Harry
Mr and Mrs Julius Kline and Miss J t
Leona Kline arrived Tuesday after
noon from New York reporting a
rather rough passage on the Ciyde
Mr and Mrs E W Hall returned
home from Sebastain Wednesday ac
companied by their son Mr Geo B
Ran and will remain in Titusville I
for the present J
Mr and Mrs S B Rathbun and
daughter Miss Grace Rathbun of
I Hammondsport N Y are expected
to arrive today to spend the winter
in their Titusville home
Mrs C J Denham fell from a chair
yesterday while attending to some
nlants which were on a high shelf
I when the chair turned and she was
> severely and seriously injured
Messrs D H Conkling and Chas
R Barfield will start the Palms
Printing Co at West Palm Beach
in about two weeks Mr Conkling
is well known in Titusville and on
Indian river having been reared at
Tillman We wish them success
Commodore J Lorillard and fam
ily arrived Sunday night and are lo
cated at Hotel Dixie while the com
modore is getting his roomy house
boat the Arrah Wanna in commis
sion The commodore and his fanc
ily spent a good deal of their time
the past summer automobiling up
Mr Chas B Kingman luis been
assured that a capitalist will loan as
much as 25000 to real estate owners
in Titusville at 4 per cent This is a
very low rate of interest and has in
duced promises of at least ten resi
dences and one business house with
in the next sixty days This means
much for our town
Orange and Grapefruit Trees
Grown at Shiloh Fla on high
hickory hammock Free from white
fly One year to two year old buds
Prices from 25 to 35 cents Careful
ly packed and delivered at Oak Hill
station J W GRIFFIS
Shiloh Ha
t S wlic5 6 1

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