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t V0LtjXX J TITUSYILLiEFLA FRIDAY OCTOBER 22 1909 NO 26
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DOINGS OF THE
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r PRESENT WEEK
WEEKS
hljllt X0t 1s Futility to ETiits
r t Tn a sp1 Abut Toil
iDr Miller Dentist Titusville
J Remember The Alpine for lodging
and I quick lunch when in Titusville
RevW H Cresson of City Point
paid THE STAR office a pleasant call
Tuesday afternoon
Mr Fred Aldridge of Daytona
was passenger on the southbound
1 yesterday to Cocoa where he will
overhaul Mr Porchers motor boat
Hon Claude LEngle candidate for
United States senate in the Demo
cratic primaries 1910 was in town
Monday and paid THE STAR office a
pleasant call
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Mrs James F Mitchell of Cocoa
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spent part of Tuesday and Wednes
t day on a visit to be sister Mrs S J
Overstreet and with her father Mr
W S Norwood
Mr and Mrs Thos Goodall and
Bon Hon Ernest M Goodall arrived
at Daytona Beach Monday from San
ford Maine and are occupying their
beautiful home on Peninsula Drive
They are pleased to be back in their
Florida home
Two scow boats constructed in
Jacksonville for use in surveying in I
connection with the drain
h age passed through here Saturday
The boats are about 25 feet long and
provided with high powered motors
one having a fourcylinder Harvard
and the other a threecylinder Ferro
MrGeo M Robbins received a
new Waterman 2 h p marine engine
Tuesday which he will use in his Old
Town tender the motor being fasten
ed out board to the sternboard of the
little boat and the steering is done
by the motor instead of using a rud
der The motor is light weight and
easily removed or put in place
Mr and Mrs S B Rathbun and
daughter Miss Grace of Hammonds
port N Y yesterday after
noon to spend the comingsix months
in their cozy cottage on the river
front in South Titusville Mrs
Rathbun is accompanied by her niece
Miss Galatian of Franklin Pa who
will spend the season with her here
Next Monday is town election day
for the annual election of town of
ficers It will be noted that Mr D
H Spell has taken his name down
for alderman inasmuch as only two
alderman can be elected this year
This leaves the otner two nominees
of the primary R Walker and J
W Osbanto be voted for as nomin
ated
Mr W B Duncan of the well
known commission house of W J
Duncan Co of New York City
arrived in Titusville Wednesday an d
is stopping at the Hotel Dixie Mr
Duncan arrives a little later this year
than he did last year and will visit
with his many friends on Indian riv
er ere returning north THE STAR
acknowledges receipt of a pleasant
call
FURNITURE DRY GOODS SHOES
Bureaus dressers dressing stands
Washstands refrigerators springs
Mattresses kitchen safes ioe cream
freezers White Mountain chairs
Tables wardrobes iron beds rugs
Mattings art aquares carpets
CHAS A GARDNER Phone 342
Klines Gents Furnishing Dept
Mens neglige shirts made of an
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
249
JULIUS KLINE
Titusville Florida
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A Reasonable
Proposition
To most men a 350 shoe with
good solid wearing qualities hand
some appearance that will stay put
and not vanish with the first weeks
wear and perfect fit and comfort
looks like a reasonable foot proposi
tion There is a shoe that answers
just this description Moreover it is
made in a variety of stylesoxfords
high cut bals and bluchersto meet
each mans fancy It is the Abbot
shoe at 350
When in need of a pair of shoes
call and see us We are headquarters
for the best
WINSTON S BRANNING
One Price Store
Titusville Florida
In Honor of Miss Brady
Mrs Adhemar Brady entertained
the Progressive Culture Club inform
ally but most delightfully and in
her usual free and charming manner
Tuesday afternoon in honor of Miss
Daisy Brady who has been a valued I
member of the club since its organi
zation and whose marriage to the
Rev Mr Rowan is to take place early
next month
At 3 oclock the appointed hour
the guests began to arrive each
bringing a mysterious little package
which was quietly handed to the
hostess in the hall unobserved by
the guest of honor who was already
stationed in the parlor
The arrivals continued until almost
the entire club was present in a body
forming a bright intellectual and
congenial company
First on the programme were ques
tions read bythe hostess which called
for honor bright and true true
written answers from each married
lady present the unmarried ladies
being the judges and in this very
amusing contestthere being sever
al nearly perfect husbands the
drawing plan was resorted to the re
sult of which gave Mrs F A Mor
gan the prize for possessing the mod
el
Next was the auctioning of hus
bands which was rather a leap in
the dark as each name was conceal
ed in a tightly sealed envelope but
the vivid and alluring descriptions
by the auctioneer called for lively
and enthusiastic bidding and in this
Mrs E B Wager took the prize for I I
the most valuable husband
Then came the revealing of the
little mysteries The brideelect was
blindfolded and holding a white um
brella was stationed in a convenient
place in the room while to the strains
of a sweet minuet played by Mrs
Robottomthe guests marched up and
placed the contents of the mysterious
little packages fastening each with
fresh rosebud all over the umbr el
la and to streamers of white ribbon
suspended around the neck and ex
tending to the floor so that when
the blind fold was removed from the
bridetobe she found that the show
er had fairly deluged her with dain
ty handkerchiefs of various pattern
and designs Before removing the
blind however the hostess who is
also the president of the club made
a beautiful and appropriately word
ed little speech expressing the good
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wishes etc of the club to which the
recipient responded in a few well I
chosen words
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A beautiful white lace fan was al
so presented to Miss Brady guest of
honor by the hostess
During the preparations for the
shower Mrs Robottom favored the
assembly with a beautiful and artis I
tically rendered piano selection which
was heartily enjoyed by all
Dainty and delicious refreshments
were served and altogether it pr o
ed a most delightful afternoons en
tertainment I I
i LOCAL GOSSIP
AND PERSONALS
I
Something ttoit the People of Titosf
ville is They Come and Go
Dr J Sill DanieK returned home
the latter part of lalit week from sev
eral months stay ijv the north i
Mr G L Mandayijle returned from I
White Springs thefrjrst of the week
where he spent thesummer with his
moving picture ouffit
Mrs C Collins purchased the bake
oven this week that Mrs Deisner for
merly used and will start up the
Home Bakery in a few days
Mrs S B Owes wife of County
Commissioner Owens of Oak Hill I
died in the hospital at Jacksonville
last week of congestion of the brain
Mr and Mrs Sfammis who have
been spending the summer in the
north were visiting Mr and Mrs
H F Stewart at the Seaside Inn last
week while en route to their home at
Melbourne
Rev Alfred S Badger D D the
new minister for St Augustine Me
morial Presbyterian church will ar
rive this Friday morning from his
present home in Waukesha Wis He
will take up his work with Memorial
church at once
Mr W M Prindle writes from
Huntington W Va that he has se
cured the Robbins cottage on Wash
ington avenue for the coming sea
son and has shipped a carload of fur
niture to furnish same As soon as
the furniture arrives here Mr and
Mrs Prindle will immediately leave
Huntington for Titusville
The annual camp meeting of the
A M E Association convenes in this
place next Tuesday the 26th and on
Sunday the 31st there will be a
special train service and very low ex
cursion rates in force from Saturday
to Monday all the way from St
Augustine and West Palm Beach and
all intermediate stations to this place
The readers of THE STAR will no
doubt notice at a glance the fine
quality of book paper we commence
using this week It gives our paper
a higher class appearance and the
illustrations and print are much finer
shown up There are many reasons
in favor of book paper and our only
objection to it is the increased cost
but we hope to merit an increased
business sufficient to offset same
On Motorcycle Tour
Two young men arrived in St Aug
ustine Monday morning who had
traveled from Springfield Mass on
motocycles In the trip of some
1000 miles they had to push their
machines nineteen miles and that in
Florida They left Springfield three
weeks ago and stopped at various
places on their way says the Even
ing Record They expect to return
to Jacksonville the same day and
after a short stay to tour South I
Florida thence to Cuba and later to
South America making tours of the
island and the continent When I
there are good roads all the way
from South Florida to the Northern
I
States we may expect such trips as
I theirs to become common I
One Day For Manslaughter i
Henry T Hopkins was convicted of j
manslaughter in the recent term of j
court in Dade county for killing two j
men in North Miami in May 1908 i
and sentenced to one days imprison m i I
ment in the county jail The jury j
I
recommended that he be given the j
minimum sentence and Judge Minor j
S Jones said that he should either I
have been convicted of murder or
acquitted as acting in selfdefense I
Juries certainly render some strange
verdicts
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i Klines Special Fall Opening Sale
I MONDAY OCT 25TH 1909
I Ladies tailormade shirt waists
I new and uptodate ranging in price
from 125 to 175
I
Ladies sweaters 36 inches long
new and uptodate Mondays spec
ial 500 each
i Also another lot worth 350 for
i 249
I White bed spreads Marseillaise
i pattern worth 200 Mondays spec
al S149
Another lot worth 300 for 229
Readymade sheets 81x90 thewell
known Defender brand Mondays
special 75 cents each
Good quality of unbleached domes
tic yard wide 14 yards for 100
Amoskeag ginghams in checks and
stripts Mondays special 12 yards
for 100
White table damask 2 yards wide
guaranteed all linen worth 100
Monday only 75 cents per yard
Also another lot 70 inches wide
worth 75 cents a yard Mondays
special 59 cents
Handkerchief linen 36 inches wide
worth 75 cents per yard Monday
only 49 cents
Danish cloth all colors special 19
cents per yard
Special prices in blankets and
quilts
Allove laces and embroideries in
new and dainty patterns at less than
manufacturers cost
Chiffon broadcloth in all the new
est shades 52 inches wide worth
200 a yard Mondays special 149
Childrens hose fine ribbed worth
25 cents Mondays special 15 cents
sizes 5 to 9
JULIUS KLINE
Titusville Florida
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Church Notes
Rev J A Rowan of Camden S
C will hold divine service in the
Presbyterian church Sunday night at
730 oclock
Dean Robottom will officiate in St
Gabriels church Titusville on Sun
day morning October 24th at 11
oclock and at St Marks church
Cocoa on Sunday evening at 730
oclock I
There will be no services in the
Methodist church Titusville on Sun
day next as the pastor Rev H F
Harris will preach at Mims morn
ing and night
Rev Wm Stones will preach on
Sunday next at Titusville at 11 a mf
and at Oak Hill at 3 p m
A Card
To the voters of the town of Titus
ville
Whereas it has been decided that
we can elect only two councilmen at
the coming election I have decided
to withdraw from the race thereby
leaving only two to be voted for
Thanking my many friends for
their confidence and support in the
nominating caucus I remain
Yours
D H SPELL
Oct 20th 1909
THE MONEY
Deposited in this bank is loaned to
the people of this vicinity People
who wish to improve 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 i Ips to
make THIS a better town
Why not open an account with
INDIAN RIVER STATE BANK
Titusville Fla
Gun Repair Works
All work guaranteed also guns
Stocked and rebored
H BENECKE Titusville
For Sale Cheap for Cash
About SS acres of good high land
on the east or ocean side of the In
dian river at the Narrows described
as follows Lot No3 section 35
also lot No3 section 36 in township
31 south range 39 east This land is
unimproved but finely located For
further particulars address
E M Low
Brockton Mass
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I LATEST NEWS I
I
AND INCIDENT J
Personal Paragraphs About People that
Travel Here and There
Limeade delicious healthful and
cold 5 cents Banner Drug Store
Miss Hattie L Bower of Rockledge
has returned home from spending
some time this summer in Brooklyn
In the wet and dry election held in
Clay county last week the drys
were victorious by an increased ma
jority over the vote of two years ago
Fall term of circuit court for Bre
vard will convene at this place next
Tuesday Oct 26th Judge Jones is
at his home in Sunbeam this week
taking a much needed rest
Mrs Homer Wakefield of Sea
Breeze recently entertained a quar
tette of fair young ladies at her
home A most enjoyable day ended
up with an old fashioned candy
pullThe
The houseboat Buckeye and tender
Truant recently sold by F A Root
to H W Cannon of New York stop
ped at this place Sunday on the way
to Melbourne from Daytona in charge
of Alex J Goode This is the same
houseboat that was built at this place
many years ago by Mr T A Snider
of Cincinnati
Mr Geo M Huston writes from
Fitzgerald Ga on Tuesday that he
is on his way south from New York
to Rockledge and is averaging 125
miles per day He has found the
roads in splendid condition as far as
Fitzgerald and very pleasant motor
ing He expects to pass through
Titusville tomorrow
Mr W J Messervy of Jackson
ville has leased the Sterling and op
ens same to the public today He
brought his help with him Wednes
day and has a fine chef Mr Mes
f
sevy has been successful in the hotel
business a number of years and says
that he comes here to remain per
manently
The four cylinder motor in the
Ford runabout that is owned by the
editor of THE STAR was taken apart
the first of the week for the first
time since its arrival here over seven
teen months ago and was found in
perfect condition only needing clean
ing of a little carbon accumulation
Every bearing and moving part was
pronounced as good as new by a
mechanical expert
Notice
Editor fTiiK FLORIDA STAK
Please allow me space in your pa
per to say that I as presiding elder
kindly ask that the white people of
this city nor of any other place need
not expect to rent u tent on our
campground
I hope I shall not have any trouble
about refusing any white person a
tent But I will have to refuse it if
I they ask
j
I With best wishes for the aticcd
j of your much read paper I ant
i Yours truly
i A SCOTT P ESpecial
I
I Special Notice to Hunters
I We are better prepared than ever
i in the line of hunting boots punts
I coats leggins Call and let us fit
I you up We have the best and lung
I est line of hunting boots in standard
makes 500 and 800 To see them
is to buyWttiSTO
i WINSTON S BRANNINC
Titusville Flu
i
Orange and Grapefruit Trees
i Grown at Shiloh Fla on high
i hickory hammock Free from white
fly One year to two year old buds
I Prices from 25 to 35 cents Careful
i ly packed and delivered at Oak Hill
i station J W GRIFFIS
t Shiloh Fla
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