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V0LZXX TITUSVILLE FLA FRIDAY OCTOBER 29 1909 NO 27
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PRESENT 1EEK
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t Dr Miller Dentist Titiwville
Dr J E Miller dentist will be at
horsen the first of next week
Remember The Alpine for lodging
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and quicK lunch when Titusville
Seven solid carloads and ninetyone
barrels of fish aggregating a weight
of 186200 pounds were shipped out
of Punta Gorda week before last
THE STAR office received a pleas I
ant call Wednesday from Mr DavidT
Jones of Orlando who is serving as i
court stenographer for this fall term
of court in place of Mr Robinson
who is out west on a vacation
Mrs P J Robottom received a
telegram last Friday announcing the
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1 death of her mother Mrs Kent at
Marthas Vineyard Mass Mrs Kent
it will be remembered visited here
L about two years ago
Mr Henry T Titus of Daytona
was in town Tuesday to appear be
fore Judge Jones in regard to a case
1 in Justice Tituss court at Daytona
in answer to mandamus proceedings
brought by attorney F W Pope Jr
The speed boat Limit last her rud
der while put for a run Tuesday
morning Express Agent Joyner
41 proposes to have a new one fixed so
it will not drop out of the sleeve or
rudder wellso easily as this one did
At a recent conference between of
ficers of the Florida Fruit Veget
able Growers association and the
general freight agent of the Florida
EastCo railroad the growers were
assured that the company was unable
to grant them any reduction in rates
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THE STAR has received announce
ment of the marriage of Mr George
IJ F Strahan to Miss Agnes Marie Nel
son which occurred at Jacksonville
on the 20th inst Mr Strahan spent
his younger days at Mims and many
friends in this section will extend
hearty congratulations
Mr and Mrs F T Budge arrived
Thursday night of last week and
spent Friday and Saturday with Capt
T and Mrs Jas Pritchard and left
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Saturday night for their home in Mi
ami after spending the summer at
ammonds ort N YNext sum
mer Mr Budge expects to go to
Rhode Island
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Oranges Bringing 150 a Box
Thejorange situation seems to be
improving rapidly We hear of sev
er carloads of fruit being disposed
of this week at 150 per box which
is counted better than 100 on the
tree The fruit is commencing to
t move lively from LaGrange and
Mims
I JQ Building a Fine Cruiser
Mn Geo Gingras the well known
boat builder of Rockledge has the
moulds up this week for a new forty
foot cruiser that he is building for
Mr Geo W Perkins one of the di
1 rectors of the F E C railway The
craft will have a beam of little over
ten feet elegantly fitted up inside
r for cruising and will probably be
supplied with a Sterling heavy duty
motor The plans were drawn b y
it Mr Gingras himself and the en
4i tire boat will be a genuine Gingras
production throughout which is a
lOt guarantee that no better can n d
anywhere
FURNITURE DRY GOODS SHOES
Bureaus dressers dressing stands
1 Washstands refrigerators springs
IF Mattresses kitchen safes ice cream
4 freezers White Mountain chairs
I TableD wardrobes iron beds rugs
Matting art aquares carpets
CHAS A GARDNER Phone 342
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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 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
Meeting of Booster Club
Theregular meeting of the Boost
er club was held at the opera house
Wednesday night and notwithstand
ing the rainy evening there was a
fairly large attendance
Reports from the several commit
tees were received and accepted and
addresses were made by Mr C B
KingraanDr B R Wilson Dr H
G Utley and Dr J C Spell
The question of water supply was
discussed at some lengthand a spec
ial committee consisting of Dr B
R Wilson Dr J C Spell and E B
Wager was appointed to secure estimates
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mates and data for consideration at
the next meeting of the club
The question that will come up at
future meetings on the subject of
adequate water supply for all pur
poses will be Whether the town of
Titusville will own her system of wa
ter works or whether she will give a
franchise to some foreign company
to operate such a system for a term
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of years
It is believed to be the sense of a
majority of the club that we had bet
ter own and control our own water
works system I
It is also proposed to issue special I
editions of the local papers to adver
tise this section the first edition to I
be sent out the latter part of Novem
ber and the second in January and a
committee was appointed to canvass
the matter with every business house
in town to report at next meeting
Circuit Court in Session
The fall term of circuit court for
Brevard was convened at this place
Tuesday when the grand jury was
empanelled and has been in session
two days
The Reddick trial was set for yes
terday but owing to the illness of
the defendant the case has been con
tinued until the next term
The business transacted by the
court will be given in THE STAR next
week
Halloween Social
The Ladies Aid Society of the M
E church will give a Halloween so
cial at the opera house Saturday
night Oct 30th Pumpkin pies and
coffee hot peanuts popcorn and
home made candy will be on sale
Decorations and accessories will b e
in harmony with the season and spir
it of Halloween Lots of fun is ex
pected and everyone is urged to
come Admission 25 cents children
10 cents
Klines Gents Furnishing Dept
Mens suits in all the latest fabrics
including blacks and blue serges
prices ranging from 1000 to 2000
Mens gray flannel shirts medium
weight worth 190 Monday only >
100 each
We will also place on sale about
500 new and uptodate patterns of
mens trousers ranging price from
100 to 600
JULIUS KLINE
Titusville Florida
Gun Repair Works I
All work guaranteed also guns
stocked and rebored
H BENECKE Titusville
LOCAL GOSSIP
AND PERSONALS
Something About the People of Titus
Tille is They Come and Go
Mr E Fitzgerald state inspector
of jails and prisons was in town on
Tuesday
Mr A W Lee has recently com I
pleted a dock in front of his fine place
in South Titusville
Mr and Mrs J A Fiske and sis
ter Mrs T G Ronald of Cocoa
were here in their trim little Buick
car Tuesday afternoon
Mr Chas H Walton and bride ar
rived last Saturday afternoon and
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are now cosily located in their new
home in South Titusville where they
will be at home to their many freinds
next week
Rev W E Stanton founder and
pastor of the Baptist church in Mia
mi died Tuesday age 71 years
Death was caused by an acute attack
of pneumonia The body was sent
to Norwich Conn for interment II
Frank W Pope and J N Strip
ling of Jacksonville F W Pope Jr
of Daytona F L Hemmings and A
D Penney of Fort Pierce and States
Attorney John C Jones of Orlando
are among the attorneys fromout of
town who are attending circuit court
here this week
We call attention to the display ad
this week of Mapes Fertilizers on
page 4 whit Mr J R Tysen of
Jacksonville has made such a suc
cessful handling of in this state for
many yearspast Messrs E L Bra
dy Brother are the local agents for
these fertilizers
Jonathan Houston May son of
Capt R C May died at Miami Tues i
day morning age about 38 He was
brought to Rockledge in 1873 where
his parents resided for a number of
years He is survived by his father
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two sisters Miss Willie L May of
New Orleans and Mrs F W Doug
las of Miami
An important meeting of the di
rectors of the Indian River Yacht
club was held at Hotel Dixie Monday
night This club will have its club
room in the east room of the north
wing of the Dixie hotel Mr Adhe
mar Brady resigned as president oi
the club and Mr W F Green was
elected to fill that position asE
CANAVERAL
Mrs Geo M Quarterman was call
ing on relatives Sunday
Burnham Norwood visited his sis
i
ter Miss Jeannette Sunday
W C Peterson went to Georgian
Wednesday to do some shopping
W E Chandler returned from a
business trip to New Smyrna las
week
Mrs W E Chandler spent las
week with her mother Mrs G M
Quarterman
E J Praetorius is doing some car
penter work for H L Holmes Mr
Holmes has a fine place and only one
thing is needed to make his home
complete
Mr Wilkinson of Hawks Park is
expected here to purchase a large
amount of palmetto berries W E
Chandler and Carl Wittfeld have the
contract for gathering them
S L Jeffords and family returned
to their home at the Cape Sunday I
Mr Jeffords had charge of Dr Glo
vers fine orange grove at Indianola j
the past summer while the doctor
was away
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Standard Sewing Machine I
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The best and lightest running on the
market does both chain and lock stitch j
on the same machine Can be furnished I I
with either rotary or vibrating shuttle t
Spot cash prices or easy installment t
terms or rented
INDIAN RIVER Music HOUSE I
Titusville Fla
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Klines Special Fall Opening Sale
MONDAY NOV 1ST 1909
Poplin in all the latest shades very
stylish for onepiece dresses or coat
suits special 25 cents per yard
Ladies coats and long capes price
ranging from 5W to 1500
Mohair colors navy blue and black
52 inches wide worth 85 cents spec
al 59 cents Monday only
I Black taffeta yard wide every
yard guaranteed special 100 per
yard
All wool blankets 114s worth
400 Monday only 249
Special prices on ladies readymade
skirts
Mens halfhose in black tan or
navy blue guaranteed to wear six
months special 125 for half dozen
pairs
Ladies fancy collars new and up
todate prices ranging from 25 to
75 cents
Ginghams and chambrays in all
new patterns 12 ½ cents per yard
Butchers shirt waist linen excel
ent quality for ladies tailor made
shirt waists 36 inches wide special
50 cents per yard
Boys trousers in knickerbockers
or plain ranging in price from 50
cents to 150
JULIUS KLINE
TitusvilleFloridav
Town Officers Elected Monday
The annual election for town officers
icers passed off very quietly Monday I
Dr B R Wilson was reelected may
or 65 votes J N Waller for mar
shal and collector 57 votes J
P Wilson for town clerk and
treasurer 66 votes John Henry for
assessor 58 votes D B Pritchard
and J R Walker were elected alder
men vote 46 and 32 The vote was I
light only about 70 ballots being
cast
K of P Lqdge Installed at Cocoa
On Friday evening Oct 22nd Dep
uty Grand Chancellor Harry G Ut
ley assisted by Chancellor Command
er S J Overstreet Keeper of Rec
ords and Seal Harry Wilson Prelate
W H Hall Vice Chancellor D B
Pritchard Master of the Work Wal
ter P Giles Master of Finance J R
Walker Inner Guard A N Nolle
T A Coleman and R W Joyner of
Indian River Lodge No 113 Knights
of Pythias instituted Palm Lodge
No 116 at Cocoa The ceremonies
were full and impressive
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As officers for the new lodge the
following were chosen C C R F
Hatch V C R M Packard Prel
ate W G Paterson K of R S
M of F M W Weinberg M of
E A R Trafford M A W R
Smith I G H W Maxwell 0 G
R L Thompson
Twenty applicants were the vic
tims of initiation The new lodge is
one of the most promising on the
East Coast its membership being
drawn from the most prominent bus
ness men of Cocoa and Rockledge
The order is gaining rapidly in this
state
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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 i
I prises of this community helps to I
I make THIS a better town j
I Why not open an account with I
INDIAN RIVER STATE BANK i
I Titusville Fla 1
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I For Sale Cheap for Cash ii
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About 88 acres of good high an d
on the east or ocean side of the In
dian river at the Narrows described I
as follows Lot No3 section 35 i
I also lot No 3 section 36 in township I
31 south range 39 east This land is
I unimproved but finely located For
further particulars address
i E M Low
Brockton Mass
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Draying
I Draying or hauling of all kinds prompt
ly attended to Meet all trains
I H E HOLTON
Titusville Fla
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LATEST NEWS L
I AND INCIDENT
Personal Paragraphs About People tat
Traiel Here and Ttere
Limeade delicious healthful and
cold 5 cents Banner Drug Store
Mrs Kuhl of Shiloh arrived in
Titusville Sunday on a visit to her
daughter r Mrs A N None
Dean Robottom will officiate in St
Lukes church Courtenay on Sun
day morning October 31st at 10
oclock and in St Gabriels church
Titusville on Sunday evening at 730
oclock
Capt W H Reed arrived in Titus
ville last Friday afternoon from Ne
ponset Mass and found Mr E J
Praetorius waiting for him ready to
carry the captain to his winter home
at Canaveral on the Banana
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The racing motor boat Red Bird
owned by Dewey the well known
boat builder of New Smyrna was
in town last Friday afternoon on her
way down the river piloting a slow
er craft this far from the Halifax N
Messrs Miot Chas Cleveland Sim r
mons and Raulerson arrived here
fromMerrittlsland Wednesday night
with a drove of 55 head of cattle for
the East Coast Cattle Co They were
out three daysltaving Monday morn
ing s
ingMr
Mr C J Denham resigned his posi
tion as chief clerk with Julius Kline
the first of October tOo tili effect the
first of November We have not
learned what Mr Denhams future
intentions are as yet but we under t
stand he is expecting to gointo busi
ness for himself I
Letter From Mayor Hughlett
Cocoa Fla Oct 26th 1909
Mr J Lorillard Jr
Through the public press and
more particularly through message
brought to me from you by Dean 3
Robottom my attention has been
called to the beacon lights along the
Indian river
In the good old days these lights
were considered a great advantage
to navigation and it was regretted
by our people generally that they
were discontinued What further I
made matters worse the pile tripods
on which the lights were mounted
have never been removed and some
of them stand yet a menace to navi
gation especially at night
I heartily concur with you in your
efforts to have these lights reestab
lished and made a permanent fixture
on our beautiful river
This whole section is growing rap
idly sooner or later a line of steam
I er transportation will operate along
I this coast inland waterway and ev
I ery season will find hundreds of pow
I er boats here for business and pleas
i ore These lights will not only be
i appreciated by us residents but
j I must also be by hundreds of boat
men who come for the winter season
With best wishes yours truly
W L HUGHLETT
Mayor of Cocoa
Special Notice to Hunters
We are better prepared than ever
in the line of hunting boots punts
icoats
coats leggins Call and let us fit
you up We have the best and larg
est line of hunting boots in standard
makes ° 500 and 800 To see them
is to buy I
WINSTON S BRANNING
Titusville Fla
i Orange and Grapefruit Trees
Grown at Shiloh Fla on high
t hickory hammock Free from white
I fly One year to two year old buds
I Prices from 25 to 35 cents Careful
ly packed and delivered at Oak Hill
station J W GRIFFIS
1 Shiloh Fla
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