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 - were then served. . CONTRACT GIVEN TO PAINT...
were then served. . CONTRACT GIVEN TO PAINT CITY HALL. Thomas Toole Lowest of Five Bidders Work to la Started Early Next Week General Renovation. Mayor Langan today awarded a contract for the painting of the city building, as he 'was authorized to do by councilmanic action. - The work of Improving the appearance of the historic historic old structure is to be commenced commenced next week. It will be painted on the outside. The mayor's office and the council room will be papered. The work is to be done in conformity with specifications prepared by the city engineer. Thomas Toole has been awarded the contract having bid the lowest of five who sought the job. Mr. Toole's bid Is considerably below that of any of the others as will be seen by the following totals of the bids: Thomas Toole, $192.50; W. S. Barritt, $267; A. L. Mayo, $336; Geo. Marsden, $359; F. P. Gillespie, $390.

Clipped from Pittston Gazette11 Aug 1906, SatPage 1

Pittston Gazette (Pittston, Pennsylvania)11 Aug 1906, SatPage 1
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