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V THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL WEDNESDAY MORNING NOVEMBER 25 1908 3 V
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A NOTA HOb n
INSURED HOSIERY
FOR MEN
Six pair cost 150 Guaranteed to wear six
months without mending Black Tan and Grey
Probably most people spend more than 150 for
Hosiery in six months regardless of whether tjiey
r wear the kind costing 15c or 50c a pair But when
i V you buy Notahol Hosiery you know the cost is just
150 for six months You get an insurance policy
I with the hosiery Try six pairs of Notahol insured
I hosieryWe
We have not only hosiery that is guaranteed but
we guarantee every article we sell Give us a call be
fore Buying your winter Suit We can please you
Fit both your figure and pocket
Earl Wilson Collars 15c 2 for 25c
STANDARD CLOTHING CO
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Everything on Wheels
lt i REPLACE that old style dray
with one of bUR LIGHT
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Floats A complete stock of
V Buggiec Light Delivery Wag
S ons and Harness in stock al
ways
Wm Johnson Son I
P SExtra light one horse surreys a specialty
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TERSELY TOLD
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V J Herlong of Manistee Ala is
in the city on a short business visit
J N Glllis of Brewton was among
the registered guests at the Merchants
yesterday
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George Givan colored was fined 1
and costs in the recorders court yes
terday for leaving his team unhitched
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a Buoy Cook colored who assaulted
4 Willie McCall also colored with a
A knife about six weeks ago was fined
35 and costs in the recorders court
yesterdaj
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Chas Moore and Wm Campbell
white who arrived in the city a few
days ago were each sentenced to 30
days in jail by Recorder Johnson yes
terday The sentence will be suspend
ed if they leave the city at once
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Messrs OBrien and Taylor inspect
ors of hulls and boilers arrived here
from Mobile yesterday morning on the
A steamship Tarpon
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The case of Eliza Lee charged with
keeping a place for the purpose of
t gambling was continued yesterday in
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the recorders court until Dec 1
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V United States Marshal McGourin
has returned from Boston where he
went recently with six members of the
crew of the schooner Freiidie W Al
ton
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IhIrteen cases were docketed for
trial in the recorders court yesterday
j Eleven defendants were found guilt
S one case was continued and one trans
A ferred to the county authorities Fines
to the amount of 64 were assessed
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Judge V B Sheppard United
J f States Atternty Wilson and Clerk
Fred W Marsh left yesterday for Tal
lahassee where United States court
will convene this morning
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The maximum temperature at Pen
sacola yesterday was 70 degrees at 3
31 m while the minimum was 63 de
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grees at 4 a m Last year on the
same date the maximum was 66 de
grees and the minimum 47 degrees
The average maximum for this date
is 66 degrees and the average min
mum 49 degrees I
GOOD LUCK WITH CAKES
Is generally due to the fact tat
Blue Ribbon Vanilla has been used
Sold by all good grocers
Where is the Man
Of course youre going to
eat Whitmans Candies at
the Thanksgiving Feast
that is if youre particular
Pound boxes and up de
livered till noon Thanksgiv
ing Day Phone 453 The
Crystal Pharmacy
ANOTHER OF
CREW ARRESTED
FRED WILLEY OF THE SCHOON
ER FREDDIE W ALTON IS HELD I
IN JAIL AS A WITNESS AND I
WILL BE TAKEN TO BOSTON AS
SOON AS ALL MEMBERS OF THE
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CREW CAN BE LOCATED
Fred WHIey who came here on the
schooner Freddie W Alton the cap
tain of which vessel is under arrest
I in Boston on the charge of bringing
Chinese into this country was placed
in the county jail yesterday where
he will be detained until all the mem
bers of that vessels crew have been
taken into custody by the UniteJ I I
States authorities
Vniley wno has just returned from
a trip to the snapper banks will be
sent to Boston as a witness in the
I case against Capt Daley I
Well rooted and well grown true to
name and gtojvn especially for planting
r in the South Well rooted in ideal soil of sandy
loam underlaid with a stratum of clay Well
grown under supervision of expert nurserymen
whose lifcwork it has been to study the tree and plantneeds of the South
True to nmc because we know our treesknow their pedigrees In our
testorchards JJ we sec the trees bloom and bear
parent grow beartr to name
For Semi = tropieaI Planting I
Everything we offer bas been tested and found to grow in some part of
the Southern States Mexico or West Indies We help customers select just I
the varieties we know will do best in their sections Our stock is full and
complete Soc acres of ground keep it so in Citrus Fruits Nuts Ordi
nary Fruits Shade Trees and Ornamental Shrubs and Vines Twentysir
years successful business each year larger than the one preceding shows
S the satisfaction our stock has given
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Write us Today for a Copy of Our New 1909 Catalogue
GLEN SAINT MARY NURSERIES
ti COMPANY
r p Box 26 Glen Saint Mary Florida
I C L FABER President aDd Treasurer H HAROLD HUME Secretary
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TO IMPROVE APPEARANCE
Of VARIOUS CITY PARKS
Park Commissioners Me
Yesterday and Discussed
the Matter
THE HANDSOME FOUNTAIN FOR
THE PLAZA HAS BEEN SHIPPED
MOVEMENT ON FOOT TO EM
PLOY LANDSCAPE ARCHITEC
TO DRAW PLANS FOR BEAUTIFY
ING ALL PARKS AND SQUARE
OF THE CITY
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Park Commissioner Greenhut report
ed to the meeting of commissioners o
various parks held in the city hull yes
I terday afternoon that he had eceiv2 <
notification from the manufacturers o
the fountain which will be placed in
II the Plaza that it had been shippei
Tuesday and that it is expected to
reach here in the course of a fov
days
George L Bourchier employed in
the office of the city engineer will bi
paid 10 for each plan accepted by
the park commissioners or beautify
I ing the different parks and squares
commissioners representing six parks
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and squares having decided upon
I thi manner of expending some
of the appropriations made uy the
I council Secretary Sherrill as in
structed to confer with the other lark
I commissioners not represented at ih <
meeting in regard to paying 310 for a
I plan for beautifying their park3 Coin
I missioner Clubbs said the Bayvijv
Park Commissioners could not aftorc
to pay 10 for a plan to beautify that
place owing to the small appropri
I atign made for that purpose Mr
Johnson one of the Bayview Park
commissioners informed the commis
sioners that he would pay the10 ont
of his own pocket for the plans and
I they will be furnisred by Mr Hour
chier Mr Johnson agreal with Mr
i Clubbs that the appropriation vculi
not allow the expenditure of this
I amount for a set of plans but as ac
was anxious to have the work of Vcau
tifying Bayview park done in accord
I ance with the ideas of a Ian lcape ar
chiteqt he was willing to pay le cosl
of the plans himself
5iie secretary was instruc ed to cor
respond with landscape architects for
the purpose of ascertaining rhe cost ol
plans for beautifying parks squares
etc
Commissioners Ciubbs Johnson and
lcHugh were appointed to uomit a
report at the next meeting of the com
missioners in which they are to rptci
fy the stance trees should be nlanted
from the sidewalk the dJstante be
tween trees and also to name the kind
3f trees which will not be allowed tu
ae planted in the street The council
will be asked to pas an ordinance in
accordance with the report nf thi
committee F
To Employ Superintendent
Commissioner Greenhut suggested
hat the commissioners of Sevi e
square and the Palafox street paiway
agree to help pay the salary ofx Land
scape Gardener Kimble if arrange
ments could be made whereby Mr
Kimble could devote some of his time
oward beautifying the places named
above Mr Kimble is now working
mder direction of the Plaza commis
sioners and his work is confined to
that square It is the intention of the
commissioners to have Mr Kimble de
ride his time to superintend the
work of beautifying these three places
he labor necessary for the perform
ance of this work to be paid for by
he commissioners representing the
three places The matter was refer
red to Mr Greenhut and lie will take
it up with the other commissioners
The large bay tree on West Garden
street near Baylen which would be
Hit down when the work of paving
hat street is commenced will be
transplanted in Bayview park
Those present at the meeting were
Chairman Daniels and Commissioners
Johnson McHugh Sherrill Roch Glut
tel Robinson Watson Greenhut
Clubbs and Mayor Goodman
BROKEN BACK
That pain in your back caused by
lumbago stiff muscles or a strain is
an easy thing to get rid of Ballards
SnoW Liniment cures rheumatism
lumbago sore and stiff muscles
strains sprains cuts burns bruises
scalds and all aches and pains Yon
need a bottle in your house
Sold and recommended hj W A
DAIemberte druggist and apothacary
121 South Palafcx street Pensacola
I FIn HAU NOT HEARD
I Of MAYORS VETO
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RESIDENTS THOUGHT THAT THE
AMENDED SIDEWALK ORDI
NANCE HAD BECOME A LAW SO
CASES WERE NOL PROSSED
Their failure to learn that Mayor
Goodman had vetoed the ordinance recently
ently passed by the city council
which allowed temporary repairs U
be made to sidewalks in the sidewalk
imit caused the arrest of Ira Antoine
i md G W Tucker They had been
i granted permission under the ordl
I lance to make repairs to sidewalks
Jut did not commence the work until
after the ordinance had been vetoed
iy the mayor Their cases were nol
I irossed in the recorders court yester
lay morning
Where is the Man
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All VESSELS
lOADING AT L
WHARVES
Work is Being Carried on bj
the Company Without
Interruption
NEW MEN SEEM SATISFIED WITH
THEIR EMPLOYMENT AND ARE
DOING THE WORK FAIRLY
WELLCARS ON THE WHARVES
ARE GUARDED DAY AND NIGHT
The fifth day of the strike of the un
organized laborers formerly employed
on the docks of the Louisville
Nashville railroad in this city closed
without any apparent change None of
the strikebreakers brought here from
Louisville by Special Agent Harlan i
who employed them in that city are I
reported to nave left the employ ol
the railroad company yesterday or
last night Neither have any ol
them who joined the ranks of the
striking men after their arrival here
gone back to work It is said that
none of the old employes havo return
ed to work
All Vessels Loading
Work on all thg vessels consigned
to the Gulf Transit Company at the
railroad docks was carried on without
interruption yesterday but no work
I was done on them last night The
only work done last night was on the
steamer Hannah M Boll which is con
signed to the American Naval Stores
Company and loading a cargo of na
val stores Employes of this com
pany are not involved in the strike
The committee of strikers and
strike breakers who asked Mayor
Goodmian Monday to compel the rail
road company to furnish free trans
portation to the latter to Louisville
and who were referred to Superin
tendent Saltmarsh were in turn refer
red by the latter to Special Agent
Marian who brought the strikebreak
ers here from Louisville Mr Harlan
is reported to have told the commit
tee that he was unable to comply
wItli their request on account of the
antipass law which makes it unlaw
ful for a railroad company to isue
a pass to any one not In its employ
hut that he would send them back if
they went to work and had their
names placed on the payrolls of the
company their time to be counted
from last Sunday morning when they
left Louisville until their arrival in
that city The strike breakers are
said to have declined his offer
The number of strike breakers at
work yeterday is said to be in ex
cess of the number working Monday
Preparing Quarters
Seven additional box cars used as
eating and sleeping quarters by the
strikebreakers were placed on one of
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the docks yesterday naking a total
lof IS and a number of cots were
laced on the first floor of the Gulf
I Transit companys office on Comman
I dancia street wharf The cars are
I closely guarded day and nicht by men
in the employ of the railroad com
I pany and persons approaching them
I at night are asked by the guards wiat
is the nature of their visit to the
I docks
I Wm Connors who resigned his po
sition on the police force when or
i dered to guard the lectric car during
I the recent strike of the conductors
and motormen in this city has ac
cepted a position as one of the guards
on duty in the day time
Every chance customer be
comes a constant customer at
the Empire Laundry
CASE OF WILL THOMAS
TRANSFERRED TO COUNTY
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The case of Will Thomas colored
who was arreted by the city author
ities on the charge of being a danger
ous and suspicious charact r was yes
terday transferred from the recorders
court to the county authorities
Thomas was taken to the county
jail by Constable Charles P Bcbe
where the charge of mortgaging prop
erty which he did not own was placed
against him
We extend to the ladies of
Pensacola an invitation to call
at Watson Parker Reese
I Cos store in the afternoon and
I sample our Celebrated Brand
Jackson Square
I Coffee
This coffee is packed in seal
ed cans and has a reputation of
being a blend of the finest cof
fees that are grown
Importers Coffee Co
Ltd New Orleans La
Lewis Bear Co
Pensacola Wholesale Agts
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The Best Cough Cure
A halfounce of Virgin 011 of Pine two
ounces of Glycerine and a halfpint of
Whisky mixed will cure any cough tha
Is curable and break a cold In 24 hours
Take a teaspoonful every four hours Ask
your druggist for the genuine Leach
Virgin Oil of Pine compound pure pre
pare and guaranteed by the Lead
Chemical Co Cincinnati O
A 5TH AVENUE
DRUGSTORE
New York Man Pays Pensa
cola House a Fine
Compliment
Mr W A Rawls of the Crystal
Pharmacy has received another let
ter complimenting the First National
Bank booklet in which the adver
tisement of the drug store appears
The letter is from McKesson Rob
bins wholesale druggists and manu
facturing chemists of New York City
and reads as follows
A Fifth Avenue Drugstore
Mr W A Rawl Crystal Pharmacy
Pensacola Fla
Dear Sir The beautiful booklet
describing the First National Bank ol
Pensacola and showing your handsome
store came duly to hand and we wish
to compliment you upon Its general
appearance You certainly have a
Fifth avenue New York drugstore in
Pensacola We desire to thank you
for remembering us and we trust you
will be eminently successful in your
new enterprise With kind regards
Yours very truly
MKESSON ROBBINS
GOPHERS CHICKENS
TURKEYS AND EGGS
Gophers Chickens and Eggs al
ways on band Phone 343 301 S
Baylen corner Government J F
Rhodes
SENTENCES IN
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THE US COURT
NUMBER OF MEN CONVICTED AT
THIS TERM WERE SENTENCED
BY JUDGE HUNDLEY YESTER
DAY
Yesterday was sentence day in the
United State court and Judge Oscar
R Hundley who is presiding in the
absence of Judge Sheppard passed
sentence upon a number
Chats Simmons convicted of illicit
distillinjr was sentenced to one year
in the federal prison at Atlanta C
R Davis convicted of the same of
fene received the same sentence
Shep Battle for selling liquor with
out a license was sentenced to four
teen months while Jas Jordan for the
same offense will serve one year and
one day
a E Harrison was sentenced to
one year and one day for illicit dis
tilling
J V Vest the negro convicted
of making fale returns of the num
ber of miles he traveled as a witness
upon the court was sentenced to
serve 14 months in the Atlanta prison
M W Wedner who is charged with
illicit distilling was committed to
jail in default of a bond of 200
Verdict for 3700
In the case of L C Brewton vs the
Lou ville Nashville railroad on ac
count of thexleath of Flagman Ira C
Brewton the jury returned a verdict
In favor of the plaintiff for the sum
of 3700
Of course youre going to
eat Whitmans Candies at
the Thanksgiving Feast
that is if youre particular
I Pound boxes and up de
livered till noon Thanksgiv
ing Day Phone 453 The
Crystal Pharmacy
MILLIGAN
Special to THa Journal
Milligan Nov 24The saw news
reached this city Sunday morning of
the death of Mrs J R Henderson of
Cobb Mr Henderson was stricken
with the fatal illness about one week
at 1
a go the end coming Saturday
clock p m Her remains were in
terred in the Pilgrims Rest ceme
tery Sunday evening in the presence
of a large audience of friends and
relatives
Rov AV F Martin of Laurel Hill
passed through this city this morning
I en route to his home after spending
everal days in and around Cobb
i Mr and Mrs T J Hinote returned
I to their home at Laurel Hill this
morning after spending several days
I it this place the guests of Mrs Hum
phries
L Turner a business man of Flo
rala spent Monday here overlooking
he Hinote sawmill at Griffiti
Mrs A L Garrett returned home
last night from Crestview after a sev
ral days visit with friends and rela
tives
Rufus Bishop returned home last
light from Falco Ala Mr Bishop has
been in the logging busines at that
place for some time
John N Chestnut and C E Bishop
ame over from Holt and spent Sun
lay with their families at this place
Mrs G W Humphries is making
preparations to remove to her old
home in this city again
Rev E C Maye filled his regular
appointment at the Methodist churcj
ere lat Sunday He returned to
Hilton Sunday night
D H McColium was a business rls
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AN ORDINANCE
Entitled An Ordinance to Provide for the Expenses of the Government of the Ctty
of Pensacola for the Fiscal Year Beginning October 1st 1908 and ending Sep
tember 30th 1909 and to Provide for the Payment of the Interest of the Bonded
Debt of the said City and to Provide for the Sinking Fund for the Payment
of the Principal Sum of the Bonded Debt of the said Ctty
Be It OrdalneAbr the Mayor and Council of the City of Pensacola
Section 1 There is hereby appropriated out of the General Fund for the Gen
eral Expenses of ihe Government of the City for the Fiscal Year ending September
30th 1909 the following sums
Salaries
Per Month Per Year
Mayor 16666 i3
Comptroller 12500
Clerk 11000
Assistant Comptroller 7500
Assistant Clerk 7500
12500
Attorney
Tax Collector loOO
IJaOO
Tax Assessor
Building Inspector 700
oOO
Treasurer
500
Recorder
Plumbing Inspector 15000
15000
City Engineer
3140166 23 516S20W
30000
City Attorney
Expenses
6500
22
Board of Equalization 75
18000
Building Inspector eo
Expenses
5olOOQ
M222
Stationery and Incidentals
lOOOO
Trustees
Expenses Board of Bond
New City Man
9 months S oftjoJM
Salaries m
loOO 32000
Incidentals 9000Q
2DH2
New Code 75000
oS2
City Hall Supplementary 253000
City Jail Supplementary 1500000
Reserve for Street improvements
Public Parks
150000
Plaza
100000
Plaza Fountain 350000 600000
Other Two sprinklers Parks cost equipment and operating 4IiOO00
200000
Sewers cleaning and niching
300000
Public Buildings Maintenance and Repairs
660000
Garbage Removal 1600000
eo eo eo
Streets Lighting 100000
Enforcement of City ordinances 30000
Registration Officer
S5K5Ot
Board of Health
7 Sanitary Inspectors at firOO i A92
5000
Stationery and Incidentals 5x
5000
Health Officer
Onehalf Salary
1500
Clerk
57000 6S40004 68006
Twelve Months at
Making a Grand Total of General Expenses for
5 8240aCM
the Fiscal Year of of
Section i There is hereby appropriated to the Board of Public Safety out
for the fiscal
the Police Fund for the expenses of Police Potcctlon and for Charities
rear ending September 30th 1909 the following sums
Salaries
Per Month Per Year
14000
Marshal
9000
Deputy Marshal It500
7750
2 Captains at
Feed for 2 horses for Captains LOne
500
One Special Officer
140000
20 Patrolmen at 7000 1v22 A
r6000
8 Mounted Officers at 7000 VonXn
12000
Feed for 8 horses for Mounted Officers XXI
15000
2 Station Keeners at S 7500 ItniS
14000
2 Patrol Drivers at 7000 AXX e
10000
2 Stock Catchers at 5000 eo
Twelve Months at 295000435400M0
1850 25090
Feeding Prisoners
Patrol Expenses
500
Feeding Shoeing and Repairing
Telegraph Alarm Inctuding Electricians Salary tJOO
15000 180000
150 9000
Stock Pound Expenses 10000 120000
and Incidentals
Stationery
Repairs and Improvements
80000
One Covered Patrol Wagon
Equipment for Police 3B Belts and Clubs
and 14 Police Pistols 42400
at 300
3800 126200
1 Set Collar and Hames
Charities V
5000
Physician
Onehalf Salary
iiOOO
Medicines 3000
Care and Transportation Paupers I
auu
Hospital Expenses
225005 270000
at
Twelve Months
Making Grand Total of Police Department Expenses
44702004 4470804
penses for the Fiscal Year of I
13710705
is hereby appropriated to the Board of Public Safety out oi
Section 3 There the fiscal ending September
the Fire Fund for the expenses of Fire Protection for year
tember 30 1S09 the following sums
Salaries
Per Month Per Year
V 9500
Chief 3000
2222
Horse Feed Chief OO
Assistant Chief 39000
2 2
6 Captains at 6500 7500
6250
6 Drivers at OOOO
Iii Firemen at 6000
5 M
One Engineer ennn
One Fireman and Driver for Engine
6500
One Tillerman 11500
Houses ioTft
Rent Truck uses 18750
15 at 1250 Innn V
Feeding Horses OOO
Repairs to Apparatus etc salary oC Electrician 10000
including
Celegraph Alarm
12500
Incidentals 84000
Hvdrant Rentals
348250 4179009
Twelve Months at
Repairs and Improvements
100000
New Horscs four iooooo
Xew Hose 30000
Fire Alarm System
Extension
170000
and Hose Cart
ChemIcal Wagon
One Combination 7600
Collars and Hames at 3800
Two 4000
at 2000
Two Sets Harness Hangers 15000 t
Furnishing Now Truck House
Protection Expenses
of Fire
Total
Making a Grand 4i25600 726SOG
penses for the Fiscal Year of appropriated to the Board of Public Works out of
tion 4 Then Is hereby and Repair of Streets Crossings etc for tha
Fund for the Improvement
the Street
30th 1909 the following sums
Fiscal year ending September 120000
Steet Superintendent igoooo
Streets Cleaning loOooo
Horses Carts and Tools 150000
for Stock 10 head at 1250 per month eo
Feed 18000
Feed for Superintendents horse at 15 600000
Stationery and Incidentals 168000
Salary two overseers GOOO V
Inav Foreman 540000
Driers 10 at 4500 per month
City Engineer Department
102000
One Instrument Man eooioo
3ne Rodman 4000
One Rodman 20000 230000
Incidentals
500000
and Cleaning >
Crossings Repairs
Streets 40000
Rent of Stables
o In the Street
Grand Total Expense
Making a 2172000 2172000
of
Department for the Fiscal year
J2060SSOO
appropriated out of the Interest and Sinking Fund
hereby
is
Section 5 There for creat
nurnotc the interest on the bonded debt of the City and
for ng the a sinking purpose fund of paving for the payment of the principal sum of said bonds for the fiscal
30th 1909 the following sums
ear ending September 1440000
Bonds at 6 per cent
New
24000000 ew
interest
nterestan
Improvement Bonds at 4fe
Interest on 65000000 2925000
per cent 325000
Sinking Fund improvement Bonds at Y2 per cent
I 4690000 469000
Grand Total for the Year tm oc nn
Appropriated for Fiscal Year 52oZ 8o < <
Total Amount This ordinance shall take effect mmediately upon its paaea and
approval Section and 6 the appropriations hereby made shall be available from the first day
3f October A D 1908
Passed Kovember 11 1908
12 1908
Approved November C C GOODMAN
Atleit Mayor
L G AYMARD
Cerk
CREW NOTICE
Neither the Captain Owners
nor Consignees of the German
steamer Captain William
Manzell will be responsible for
debts contracted by the Crew
of said vessel
gCHMITT
Robt Tuemler Co Captain
Consignee
CREW NOTICE
Neither the Captain Owners
nor Consignees of the Nor
bark Abbeysinia will be re
sponsible for debts contracted 1
by the Crew of said vessel I
ENGEBRETSEN I
EXPORT LUMBER CO Captain i
Consignee
tor to Holt today
The many friends of Dr Wm Ed
wards will be proud to learn that he
is able to be on the streets again
after an illness of several days dura
ion
Changed to Order
Nell Maude couldnt have thought
much of that fellow she married
BelleWhy Nell She boasts that
she has made another man of him
I Philadelphia Record
Electrical Contractor
Electrical fixtures desk lights
telephone brackets etc
NO CONTRACT TOO LARGE
NO CONTRACT TOO SMALL
E W PEAKE
Phones 345 and 955
FRESH OYSTERS V
Every day The Escambia
Oyster Depot has moved to
112 South Palafox St Phone
1210
A lot of old newspapers
tied up in neat bundles for
sale 5c a bundle at The Jour
nal office
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