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Title: Report of the Treasurer of the State of Florida
Alternate Title: Report of the state treasurer
Annual report of the state treasurer
Physical Description: v. : ; 22 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Florida -- Treasurer's Office
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Place of Publication: S.l
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Creation Date: 1919
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Numbering Peculiarities: Report year for 18 -1924 ends Dec.31; for 1925/26- on June 30.
Numbering Peculiarities: Report for 1885 issued in 2 pts., Jan.1-Feb.18 and Feb.19-Dec.31. 1897 in 2 pts., Jan.1-June 9 and June 9- Dec.31. (Report from books of the treasurer.)
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Full Text





REPORT

OF THE


State Treasurer

OF THE

State of Florida

FOR THE PERIOD
Beginning January 1st, 1919, and Ending
December 31st, 1919.



J. C. LUNING, Treasurer










TALrLAHASSal, FLA.
T. J. APPLZYARD, PRINTER
1920









REPORT

OF THE


State Treasurer

OF THE


State of Florida

FOR THE PERIOD

Beginning January lst, 1919, and Ending
December 31st, 1919.


J. C. LUNING, Treasurer










TALLAHASSEE, FLA.
T. J. APPLEYARD, PRINTER
1920
-490























STATE TREASURERS.


AENJAMAIN BYRD,

WM. R. HAYWARD,

CHAS H. AUSTIN,
SIMON B. CONOVER.

CHAS. H. FOSTER,

WALTER GWYNN,

H. A. L'ENGLE,

E. S. CRILL,
F. J. PONS,
E. J. TRIAY.

C. B. COLLINS,

J. B. WTIITFIELD,

W. V. KNOTT,

J. C. LUNING,



















STATE TREASURER'S REPORT


TREASURY DEPARTMENT-STATE OF FLORIDA

TREASURER'S OFFICE.

Tallahassee, Fla., Jan. 1, 1920.

To H; Eacellency,
Sidle J. Catts,
Governor of Florida.
Sir:

In compliance with law, I have the honor to submit this, my offlial
report of the transactions of this office for tie period beginning January
1, 1919 and ending December 31, 1919, both dates inclusive.
Included in this report will be found all statements required by
law, with additional information that I hope will be of interest to your
Excellency, to the members of the Legislature, and to the general public.
A Balance Sheet showing the condition of each fund at the beginning
and at the end of the year, with the receipts and disbursements during the
year, and an abstract of the receipts and disbursements of the General
Revenue Fund, immediately follow the text of this report, and may be
summarized, briefly as follows:
General Total of
Revenue Fund All Funds
Balance on hand Jan. 1, 1919............$ 199,679.76 $1,861,628.80
Receipts during 1919., .................. 2,355,345.C8 6,334,025.15

2,555,024.84 8,195,653.95
Disbursements in 1919 ................... 2,205,100.43 6,369,753.99

Balance on hand Dec. 31, 1919........ $ 349,924.41 $1,825,899.96

MONTHLY STATEMENTS TO GOVERNOR.

In compliance with Chapter 4598, Acts of 1897 (Section 128. General
Statutes of 1906), statements are made monthly to the Governor by the
Treasurer, showing the balance in each of tle funds for which he is the
custodian; also, showing the character of funds or credits, and where the
money belonging to each fund is placed.

RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS.

All payments made into the State Treasury are entered upon the
Treasurer's books, and the original receipts handed to the Comptroller
for his records. The Comptroller thereupon issues receipts for same,
which are immediately sent by the Treasurer to the persons making the
remittances. Disbursements from all funds are made strictly In com-
pliance with law. .















PROPOSEDD 1IETIREMENT OF BONDED DEBT.

The bonded debt of the state remains unchanged, and consists solely
of manuscript three per cent refunding bonds, authorized by Chapter
4947, Acts of 1901, and owned by the Educational Funds of the State.
The total amounts to $601,567, of which $267,700 matures in 1951 and
$333,867, in 1953. The annual interest oh these bonds, amounting to
$18,047, is paid semi-annually from the general revenue fund.
It has been, and is, a matter of proper pride that every dollar of the
state's bonded indebtedness is owned by its own educational funds, and
that the latter are the beneficiaries of the interest payments. But under
existing conditions, a serious injustice is worked these funds by the low
!ate of interest which the refunding bonds bear, and no provision
has been made for their payment at maturity; which, however, is
sufficiently remote to be of no immediate concern, if it were not for
the injustice to the state school fund and the other educational funds
in the present low rate of interest. To permit them to run to maturity
would be to continue this injustice for more than thirty years longer.
During the eight years the present treasurer has held office,
there has been paid into the general revenue fund from interest on
deposit of state funds in banks, $191,217.61, an average of $23,902.08
annually. During the year 1919 these receipts amounted to $32,689.41,
an increase of $7,866.94 over the preceding year. A similar increase
in 1920 will put the receipts for the year over $40,000," and unless there
is a radical change in the financial operations of the state, it is reason-
able to assume that this will approximate an average of the income
from this source for some years to come, if indeed it does not establish a
minimum mark, which is by no means improbable.
In my judgment, no better use could be made of the income from
this source than to set it aside as a sinking fund for the retirement
of the Florida State Refunding Bonds now held by the Educational
Funds. At the present time it would be easy to invest such a fund in
bonds of Florida counties, municipalities or school sub-districts, yield-
ing a net return of five to six per cent per annum, payable semi-annually
There is no reason to assume that for a number of years to come there will
be any difficulty in finding investments of at least five per cent of this
character. Forty thousand dollars a year invested in this sinking fund,
with interest at five per cent per annum compounded semi-annually,
would accumulate a fund sufficient to pay off the entire bonded
indebtedness of $601,567.00 in eleven years' time. Of this amount
$449,878.50 would represent the principal invested, and the remainder,
$151,688.41, would represent- interest accumulations. In other words,
the -onded indebtedness could be retired in eleven years' time by the
judicious investment of less than 75 per cent of the principal of these
bonds, not one dollar of which would be derived from direct taxation,
but all accruing from the interest on deposit of moneys already col-
lected. In addition to this, there would result a saving to the General
Revenue Fund of $18,047.00 a year in interest paid on the refunding
bonds, and the Educational Funds could easily realize at least two
per cent per annum more than they receive from the refunding bonds; a
total saving to the State in its several funds of at least $30,000.00 each
year, after the bonds were, once. redeemed.
If the Legislature sees fit to authorize this method of redeeming
the bonds, they can be paid up in full more than twenty years before
maturity, and it is a simple mathematical calculation to show that















the saving to the. State in this length of time, as explained in the
preceding paragraph, would exceed the face of its present bonded indebt-
edness, and all, as before stated, without increase in taxation.
It would be well for investments of the principal and interest of
the proposed Sinking Fund to be under the control of the State Board
of Education, which is charged with the investment of the principal of
the several educational funds. Then, in event the bond market, at the
time the Sinking Fund became sufficient to redeem the State bonds, was
not favorable to advantageous sales, a condition that can neither be antici-
pated with certainty nor ignored with prudence thus far ahead, the
Sinking Fund Bonds could simply be transferred to the respective Educa-
tional Funds, and the State Refunding Bonds surrendered and cancelled.
It follows logically that any restrictions which may be placed upon the
character of securities purchased for the Educational Funds should apply
as well to the Sinking Fund.
As a member of the State Board of Education, the present Treas-
urer knows something of the difficulties experienced by. the County
Boards of Public Instruction in the payment of adequate salaries to
teachers, and in meeting other expenses incident to an efficient public
school system, as well as the increasing financial demands upon the
State's institutions of higher learning in an effort to keep abreast with
the times. Knowing this, the Treasurer does not feel that the State
of Florida should contribute to these difficulties by requiring the
Educational Funds to carry for another thirty years or more the bonded
debt of the State at low rate of interest which has been paid for nearly
twenty years past, and which, however just and reasonable it may
have been at the time the present three per cent refunding bonds were
issued, is hardly more than one-half what can be realized at the
present time from unquestionable investments in bonds issued for public
improvements by Florida counties, municipalities and school districts.
Elsewhere In this report will be found a detailed statement showing
the amount collected each year in interest on State deposits from
1897 to 1919, inclusive.

INTEREST ON THE PUBLIC DEBT.

The following amounts were paid for interest on this public debt
during the year:
Interest of State School Fund ..... ..... $11,045:00
Interest to Agricultural College (University)
of Florida) ............................. 4,074.00
Interest to Seminary Fund.............. 2,928.00

Total interest op public debt of State...... $18,047.00
This interest is paid semi-annually, on the first day of January and
July, by warrants of the Comptroller drawn against the General Revenue
Fund under Chapter 5477, Acts or 1905.
DEPOSITS IN BANKS.

All funds not actually needed for the daily cash transactions of the
Department are deposited in banks under the provisions of Sections 132
and 133 of the General Statutes of 1906. Security for said deposits is
required, bonds in excess of the value of the deposits being exacted of each
bank, thus allowing a margin for the possible fluctuation in value of
bonds thereby making these deposits In the various banks of the State
absolutely safe. The rate of interest Is 2% per cent. on daily balances.












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The following table shows the interest collected each year on S:ate
deposits since the statute governing same was first enacted In 1897:
Year Ending December 31st, 1897 ....................... $ 2,723.92
1898............ ............ 3,772.13
1899 .......................... 3,522.65
1900 ........................ 3,364.65
1901 ........................ 5,407.59
1902......................... 13,4"9.11
1903........................ 14,882.61
1904........................ 9,666.65
1905......................... 9,4 ,9.39
S1906........................ 10,594.54
1907........................ 12,578.66
1908........................ 11,901.58
1909......................... 13,157.68
1910......................... 14,436.76
1911 ........................ 16,643.33
1912........................ 20,016.73
1913....................... 23,00584
1914........................ 25,824.58
1915.................... ... 9,337.04
S" 916........................ 17,737.30
S 1917......................... 17,2 4,24
1918........................ 25,322.47
1919........................ 32,689.41

TOTAL ............................. $336,788.86

No applications had been received at the close of the fiscal year from
any bank in Florida for designation as depository under the provisions
of Chapter 7929, Acts of 1919, but it is the intention of the Treasurer
to confer formally with the Governor and Comptroller, at an early dat",
with a view to putting into effect the provisions of this law, the purpose
of which is at once to secure a higher rate of interest and to bring about
a wider diffusion of State deposits. In this latter connection, however, It
may be stated that more than one-half the banks in Florida are already
State depositories. It has always been the policy of the present
Treasurer, as far as possible, as well as of his predecessor, to distribute
the State funds as widely as was consistent with the practical requfre-
ments of constantly changing balances.




INSURANCE DEPARTMENT

ADMISSIONS AND WITHDRAWALS.

The following Companies were admitted to transact business in this
State in 1919:
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANIES.
Columbia Insurance Company, (N. J.), New York, N. Y
Commonwealth InsuranCe Company, New York, N. Y.
Fire Reassurance Company, (Paris), Hartford, Conn.
/ General Fire Assurance Company, (Paris), New YorK, N. Y.
Hudson Insurance Company, New York, N. Y.












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New Zealand Insurance Company, (N. Z.), New York, N. Y.
Pacific Fire Insurance Company, New York, N. Y.
Retail Hardware Mutual Fire Ins. Co., Minneapolis, Minn.
Scandinavian American Assurance Co., Ltd., New York, N. Y.
Superior Fire Insurance Company, Pittsburg, Pa.
Union Insurance Society of Canton, Ltd., New York, N. Y.
Union British Insurance Co., Ltd., Newark, N. J.
Urbaine Fire Insurance Company, (Paris), New York, N. Y.
Victory Insurance Company, Philadelphia, Pa.
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANIES.
Conservative Life Insurance Company, Wheeling, W. Va.
North Carolina Mutual Life Ins. Co., Durham, N. C.
MISCELLANEOUS COMPANIES.
Home Life & Accident Company, Fordyce, Arkansas.
London Guarantee & Accdt. Co., Ltd., (Eng.), Chicago, Ill.
Masonic Protective Association, Worcester, Mass.
.ew Amsterdam Casualty Company, Baltimore, Md.
RECIPROCALS.
Hardware Underwriters-Subscribers at, Elgin, II;.
Lumbermen's Reciprocal Association, Houston, Texas.
SICK AND FUNERAL.BENEFIT.
Carolina Life Insurance Company, Columbia, S. C.

The following Company withdrew as of October 1st, 1919:
Liberty Mutual Insurance Company, Boston, Mass.

SUMMARY

Fire Companies Admitted ....................... 14 withdrawn. .0
Life Companies Admitted ......................... 2 ..0
Miscellaneous Admitted................ .......... 4 .1
Reciprocals Admitted............................. 2 ..0
Sick & Funeral Benefit Admitted ............. ..... 1 ..0
Fraternal Societies Admitted ....................... 0 .0

Total Companies.................... 23 withdrawn. .1
The following amounts of insurance taxes were collected through
this Department for the State during the year 1919:
Insurance Company License Taxes...................... $ 36.600.00
Insurance Agents License Taxes .......................... 34,590.00
Insurance Companies Premium Tax 2 per cent of the Gross
Premiums collected from policy-holders in the State of
Florida during the year ............................ 227,417.14

Total Taxes received during the year............$ 298,607.14
Fees for Filing Annual Statements of Insurance Companies,
paid to State Treasurer and turned into General Reve-
nue Fund........................................... 2,260.00

Total Receipts from Insurance Companies, all
sources ...................................$ 300,867.14













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LIST OF ALL SECURITIES DEPOSITED WITH THE STATE
TREASURER BY INSURANCE COMPANIES
DECEMBER 31st, 1919



UNDER SECTION 2792, GENERAL STATUTES 1906, AS AMENDED
BY CHAPTER 7867, ACTS OF 1919


Aetna Casualty & Surety Company, Hartford, Conn.
U. S. Liberty Loan Bonds, Registered, par value..... $
American Surety Company, New York, .N. Y.
N. Y. State, Registered Bond, par value of........
Fidelity & Deposit Company of Maryland, Baltimore, Md.
State of Tennessee, Registered Bonds, par value of...
Maryland Casualty Company, Baltimore, Md.
U. S. Liberty Loan Bond, Registered, par value of....
National Surety Company, New York, N. Y.
State of Tennessee Coupon Bonds par value of......
'J. S. Fidelity & Guaranty Company, Baltimore, Md.
State of Maryland, Coupon Bonds par value of.......


60,000.00

50,000.00

50,000.00

50,000.00

50,000.00

50.000.00


Total ................. .$ 310,000.00


UNDER CIIAPTEr 5889, LAWS OF FLORIDA.
By-
First National Fire Insurance Co., of U. S.
(Re-insured), Washington, D. C., Municipal Bonds
issued by the State of Florida, of the par value of
$10,000.00; State of N. Y. Bonds, par value $10,000.00 20,000.00
Home Insurance Company, New York, N. Y.
District of Columbia, -Registered Bonds, of the par
value of $10,000.00: U. S. Government Registered
Bonds, of the par value of $10,000.00 ............. 20,000.00
In addition to the above collateral Bonds deposited with
the State Treasurer, there Is deposited under the
provision of Chapter 5889, Laws of Florida, Surety
Bonds, in approved Surety Companies, aggregat-
ing .......................................... $2,140,000.00

UNDER CHAPTER 5459, LAWS OF FLORIDA.
(AMENDED BY CHAPTER 7299.)


Carolina Life Insurance Co., Columbia, S. C.
U. S. Liberty Loan Bonds, coupon, par value of. .....
Industrial Life & Health Ins. Co., Atlanta, Ga.
Municipal Bonds, coupon, par va'ne of...........
Provident Life & Accdt. Insurance Co., Chattanooga, Tenn.
Municipal Bonds, coupon, par value of............
Southern Life & Health Ins. Co., Birmingham, Ala.
Municipal Bonds, coupon, par value of............

SUMMARY


5,000.00

5,000.00

5,000.00

5,000.00


Collateral Bonds ...................................... $ 40,000.00
Surety Bonds .......................................... 2.140.000.00












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ALL OTHER INSURANCE COMPANIES.

Collateral Bonds ................. .................... 330,000.00



Aggregate face value of all securities deposited by Insurance
and Surety Companies, as described above............ $.2,510,000.00

WAR RISK-INSURANCE.

The Insurance Department having been requested to co-operate
with the Bureau of War Risk Insurance in reaching ex-service men and
others entitled to benefits under the War Risk Act, the following circular
under date of Novemer 25, 1919, was issued and has been widely circu-
lated through the medium of the press, ministers, fraternal, patriotic and
civic organizations in the State, including the American Legion, whose
co-operation is gratefully acknowledged, both by this Department and by
the Bureau at Washington:
"The State Insurance Department is co-operating with the Bureau
of War Risk Insurance in rendering to returned service men all possible
assistance in retaining, re-instating or converting their Government
Insurance; and, generally, in the matter of all claims against this
Bureau arising out of military or nival service in the late war, on the
part of soldiers, sailors and marine, army and navy nurses, yeomen (f),
marinettes, or other citizens or residents of Florida.
"It does not appear to be understood clearly by the public that
under the War Risk Insurance Act insurance is payable to the benefi-
ciaries regardless of dependency, while compensation will be paid to the
injured person (or, in case of death, to the father, mother, wife or chil-
dren who were actually dependent for support upon the deceased), regard-
less of whether or not any Government Insurance was taken out. The
Insurance and the Compensation provided for under this Act being
entirely separate and distinct propositions.
"It is also the duty of the Director of the Bureau of War Risk
Insurance to take all necessary measures to provide for the receiving by
every person who contracted a disease or suffered an injury in military
service in line of service during the war with Germany of such medical
and surgical attention as will restore him or her to health, or at least
shall bring the maximum relief possible in each particular case, including,
where necessary, the furnishing, without charge, or artificial limbs or
other mechanical devices.
"These services, like Compensation, are offered regardless of whether
or hot the subject carried any War Risk Insurance."
It is the earnest desire of the present Treasurer to make the Insur-
ance Department a beneficial factor to all who served the Government
in any of its branches, during the World War.

STATE FIRE INSURANCE FUND.

The Legislature of 1917 created Chapter 7294, designated as a State
Fire Iiisurance Fund, providing for the State carrying fiee insurance
upon all the insurable property of the State.
The bill provided that whenever Insurance upon property of the
State carried in stock fire insurance companies expired, such property
should be insured in the Sta'e Fire Insurance Fund, placing the operations
of the bill under the control of the State Treasurer.











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The law became effective May 22, 1917. On the first day of
January, 1920, the total amount of insurance in force upon all State
property was $2,314,627.00. Of this amount, the State Fund was
carrying $2,220,477.00, stock fire insurance companies $94,150.00. The
total amount of premiums credited to the State Fund (insurance being for
three years) was $78,871.53. The total amount of premiums earned
was $46,028.97. 'Interest earned on daily balances of premiums $3,054.94.
The cost of .operating the fund was $997.45, said expenses consisting of
$177.68 for inspecting property, $67.12 for books and stationery, $752.65
for salaries; fire loss incurred by the State through the State Fire
Fund from the date the law became effective to January 1, 1920,
$7,043.64.
The State Fund is now carrying approximately 95.93% and the stock
companies 4.07% of the fire insurance upon State property.
The total amount paid out by the State for fire insurance premiums
from January 1, 1907, to December 31, 1918, inclusive, was $180,371.50.
Of this amount $130,059.60 was for insurance expiring during that
period. The total losses by fire upon State property during the same
period was $34,153.76; the State paying out in premiums $96,905.84 more
than it received in fire losses, making the average net cost of insurance
annually $8,014.13, for this period.
The average annual premium upon property of the State at present
Is approximately $27,000.00 and as the insurable property of the State is
increasing each year, the premium expense will correspondingly in-
crease.

MARINE INSURANCE

It is probable that the next session of the Legislature will be called
upon to deal with questions affecting marine insurance. An invest
nation by the United States Shipping Board and a sub-committee of the
Committee on Merchant Marine and Fisheries of the House of Represen-
sentatives, reveals serious drawbacks to the upbui'ding of an adequate
merchant marine, in which Florida is vitally interested, through for-
eigl domination of marine insurance, which, obviously, is national and
international, rather than local, in its character. These high authorities
have not yet made final report as a result of their investigations, but
they have strongly urged the necessity of remedial legislation if
American marine insurance is not to be reduced again to the insignifi-
cant position of pre-war years. It is hoped that by the time our Legisla-
ture next convenes, a system of laws governing this subject may be
formulated that will meet the approval of the Legislatures oP the marl-
time States.
Respectfully submitted,



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State Treasurer.













NAME OF FUND


General Revenue Fund....................................
One Mill School Tax Fund................................
Pension Tax Fund ......................................
State Board of Health Tax Fund ..........................
Principal of School Fund..................................
Interest of School Fund ..................................
Principal of Seminary Fund ..............................
Drainage Tax Fund......................................
Drainage Bond Fund........ ........................
State Prison Fund......................................
State Prison Tax Fund ..................................
Railroad Commission Fines Fund ..........................
Shell Fish Fund........................................
Teachers' Examination Fund ...............................
State Road Tax Fund....... . . . . . . .
Motor Vehicle License County Road Fund...................
Motor Vehicle License Maintenance Fund....................
Motor Vehicle License Expense Fund. .......................
Florida National Forest Fund.............................
Asylum Patients' Trust Fund .............................
Everglades Drainage Sinking Fund..........................
Federal Aid Road Fund...................................
Chamberlain-Kahn Health Fund.............................
Automobile Refund Fund..................................
State Fire Insurance Fund............................. .
Gasoline Inspection Fund..................................
State Hospital Incidental Fund...........................
State Board of Nurses' Fund. ..............................
Florida Industrial School for Boys Fire Loss Fund............
Boys' Industrial School Fund..............................
Girls' Industrial School Fund..............................
Principal of Agricultural College Fund .....................
Agricultural College Fund................................
Interest of Seminary Fund...............................
Hatch Experiment Station Fund..........................
Adams Experiment Station Fund..... .....................


BALANCE SHEET

Balance in Receipts
Fund Jan. 1, During
1919 1919


$ 199,679.76$
58,240.98
218,528.38
64,466.57
41,554.64
47,803.56
386.01
34,256.71
668,540.32
33,026.97
..... 5........
5,100.071
5,090.17
1,227.89
130,551.49
159,289.37
5,173.29
105.48
2,453.21
96.475.23
9,972.55




..1.090.83 ..



.....2,493........
1,873.101
2,584.301
2.592.601


2,355,345.01
368,484.0'
965,753.71
185,112.41
20,869.51
69,599.6
3,233.20
411,518.06
539,194.94
196,971.17
26,752.7l
10.01
35,956.31
5,146.5(
361,555.1'
297,034.63
52,578.82
36,500.00
4,075.7
............
119.586.26
11,759.19
17,084.95
21,996.39
2,066.52
6,500.00
4,000.00
375.00
1,090.83
2,252.46
10,000.00
5,045.4i
4,128.00
15,000.00
15.000.00


Dibursements Balance in
During Fona Dec. 31,
1919 1919
81$ 2,205,100.43 349,924.41
S 347,151.40 79,573.64
S 827,811.50 356,470.66
169,222.05 80,356.92
19,185.33 43,238.82
1 68,647.50 48,755.67
S3,528.68 90.53
S 428,017.05 17,757.82
4 1,061,094.77 146,640.49
216,933.11 13,065.03
......... 26,752.75
5,096.96 13.11
9 30,240.14 10,806.42
S 5,350.47 1,023.92
S 360,427.08 131,679.58
3 264,490.06 191,833.94
57,381.65 370.46
27,253.89 9.351.59
7 ............... 4,075.77
............... 2,453.21
... . . 216,061.49
S 21,102.85 628.89
7,906.28 9.178.67
17,042.00 4,954.39
799.97 1.266.55
S 4,197.10 2.302.90
... 4,000.00
12.25 362.75
.1,090.83 ..............
!............... 1,090.83
i ............... 2.252.46
10,000.00...
31 6,995.001 543.76
5.101.031 900.07
>i 16,362.671 1.221.63
16,312.001 1,280.60


,













BALANCE SHEET
Balance in
Fund Jan. 1.
1919


Lever Agricultural Extension Fund .........................
Lever Supplementary Extension Fund.......................
White College Morrill Fund ....................... ....
A. & M.. College Morrill Fund ..............................
A. & M. College Incidental Fund...........................
A. & M. College Slater Fund...............................
A. & M. College Fire Loss Fund ............................
University of Florida Incidental Fund.....................
Experiment Station Incidental Fund ........................
University of Florida Fire Loss Fund .....................
Florida State College Incidental Fund......................
Deaf and Blind School Incidental Fund .....................
Smith-Hughes Agricultural Fund...........................
Smith-Hughes Trades and Industries Fund..................
Smith-Hughes Teachers' Training Fund. ...................
Winter Haven Sub-Experiment Station Fund .................


6,124.04

14, 480.34
18,063.201
L4.45
80.30
1.25 ....
6,045.20
260.16
133.82 ....
12,983.11
417 .54
2.437.18
4,707.98
3,313.421


Receipts Disbursements Balance in
During During Fund Dec. 31
1919 I 1919 1919 q


43,515.89
8,108.68
25,000.00
25,000.00
3,086.79
450.00

10,839.26
4,924.13
"0.88 06
220.00.
5.665.34
607.81
4.172.32
10,000.00


$ 1.861,628.801$ 6,334,025.151$


48,514.85 1 ,1.5.08
1,674.30 6,434.38
25,637.50 13.842.84
25,612.92 17,450.28
2,651.38 459.86
475.00 55.30
1.25 ..............
9,881.23 7,003.23
5,185.34 48.95
133.82 ..............
26,260.63 7,580.54
..... 637.54
5,985.41 2.117.11
2,390.42 2,925.87
5,518.39 1,967.35
6,027.50 3,972.50
6,369,753.991$ 1.825.899,96


NAME OF FUND


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GENERAL REVENUE FUND

ABSTRACT OF RECEIPTS DURING TI:E YEAR 1919.

Taxes 1919 .......................................... .$
Taxes 1918 ..........................................
Taxes 1917 .........................................
General License Tax ..................................
License American Railway Express Company ..............
License Hotels and Restaurants .........................
License Gulf Refining Company..........................
License Union Tank Car Company........................
License Fruit Growers' Express. .........................
License Pullman Car Company. ..........................
License Insurance Companies ...........................
License Insurance Agents ..............................
Insurance Companies Premium Tax 2% on Gross Receipts
during 1919 ......................................
Pullman Car Company Percentage on Gross Receipts. .......
Tax on Commissions ...................................
Charter Tax Corporations ..............................
Sale of Fertilizer Stamps ..............................
Sale of Feed Stamps .................................
Sale of Acts of Legislature ............................
Sale of Bound General Statutes..........................
Sale of Unbound General Statutes........................
Sale of Justice of Peace Manuals. ........................
Sale of Perfumery Certificates ..........................
Sale of Confiscated Feed Stuffs .........................
Sale of Revised Statutes ................................
Sale of Old Electric Fixtures............................
Fees from State Treasurer..............................
Fees from Secretary of State ............................
Fees from Commissioner of Agriculture ...................
Fees from Shell Fish Fund .............................
Receipts from Comptroller under Chapter 6422............
Receipts from Live Stock Sanitary Board .................
Receipts from Geo. W. Schofield, State Attorney, in re W.
F. Warnock Compromise ............................
Interest on Deposits ..................................
Bank Examination Tax .................................
Tax Certificates, Proceeds from Comptroller ...............
Tax Certificates Expense of Sa'e. ....................... .
Tax Certificates Interest................................
One Mill Tax on Capital Stock Jacksonville Main St. Ry...
Refund on Freight from Boys' Industrial School ............
Refund on Comptroller's Warrants .......................
Refund Account Olive Oil Samples by State Inspectors .....
Per Diem Refunded by Asst. Supt. of Boys' Indus. School...
Revenue Refunded ....................................
Revenue Refunded Acct. Ex. Tax Collector, Washington Co..


358,856.11
965,163.21
11,553.86
270,692.19
10,647.89
17,871.50
500.00
500.00
500.00
11,000.00
36,600.00
34,590.00


227,417.14
5,416.83
1,830.00
70,555.00
62,653.36
40,601.36
636.50
15.00
31.50
3.00
20.00
40.80
4.00
21.00
2,260.00
3,498.65
650.39
283.05
213.00
415.95

600.00
32,689.41
7,376.12
61,207.68
26,445.77
92,549.49
30.00
48.87
507.75
16.60
138.90
13.80
565.84













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Juror and Witness Money Refunded.......... ............. 104.50
Receipts from State Chemist............................. 8.96

Total Receipts during the Year......................$2,355,345.08
Balance as per Report January 1, 1919............... 199,679.76

$2,555,024.84


GENERAL REVENUE FUND DISBURSEMENTS FOR THE YEAR 1919.

EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT.

Contingent Expenses of State..............................$ 5,394.93
Governor's Mansiqn and Grounds, Improvement and Care... 1,009.70
Governor's Mansion, Furnishing and Repairing.............. 577.05
Salaries Executive Department........................... 27,600.00
Salaries Clerks Administrative Department ............... 77,177.26
Stationery Executive and Legislative Departments........ 1,922.35

EDUCATIONAL APPROPRIATIONS.

A. & M. College for Negroes, Educational Fund........... 11,539.32
Board of Control, Educational Fund ..................... 3,112.29
Florida School for Deaf and Blind, Educational Fund...... 50,796.88
Florida School for Deaf and Blind, Building. Educational
Fund ............................................ 18,997.43
Florida State College for Women, Educational Fund....... 87,510.44
Florida State College for Women, Building Educational Fund 24,543.53
Lever Agricultural Extension Fund, State Appropriation.... 24.593.85
Plant Act Fund, General ........ ........ ............. 30,818 39
Plant Act Fund, Special................................. 102,681.86
University of Florida, Educational Fund .................. 74,479.49
University of Florida, Building Educational Fund.......... 30,930.42
University of Florida, Farmers' Institute Educational Fund. 5,919.10
Smith-Hughes Agricultural Fund, State Appropriation...... 8,122.91
Smith-Hughes Teachers' Training Fund, State Appropriation. 7,599.00
Smitn-Hughes Trade and Industries Fund, State Appropria-
tion ............................................. 2,642.82
Smith-Hughes Administrative Department, State Appropria-
tion ............................................. 1,537.45
Florida State College for Woman, Paving Driveway ........ 12,000.0,)

AGRICULTURAL DEPARTMENT.

Agricultural Statistics ....... .. .................. .. 8,144.70
Expenses and Telegrams ............................... 504.52
Extra Clerk Hire..................................... .. 466.68
Field Note Division .................................... 36.55
Incidental Expenses Pure Food Department ............... 1,121.32
Office Files and Furniture............................... 250.00
Postage .............................................. 2,433.52
Printing Bulletins ..................................... 2,404.90
Printing Stamps ....................................... 2,063.79
Stationery and other Contingent Expenses................. 1,791.97















Traveling Expenses Commissioner of Agriculture............ 605.32
Extra Printing for Immigration......................... 1,211.14

STATE CHEMICAL DEPARTMENT.

Chemicals and Apparatus for State Chemist................ 1,714.94
Clerk Chemical Division ................................ 1,130.00
Janitor State Laboratory................................ 395.00
Postage State Chemist................................... 90.00
Salaries State Chemist and Assistants ................... 8,616.62
Salaries Food and Drug Inspectors........................ 4,192.44
Traveling Expenses Food and Drug Inspectors ............. 2,918.70
Traveling Expenses State Chemist and Assistants .......... 1,118.34


CAPITOL AND OFFICES.

Contingent Expenses State Treasurer's Office.............. 1,0'7.81
Incidental Expenses Insurance Commissioner .............. 919.39
Engineer at Capitol.......: ............................ 300.00
Fuel, Lights and Water at Capitol........................ 1,402 14
Incidental Expenses Attorney General's Office ............. 789.30
Janitors at Capitol ..................................... 1,970.00
Janitor Comptroller's and Treasurer's Offices............. 425.00
List Land Entries and other Contingent Expenses Comptroller 1,129.30
Messenger Comptroller's Office ......................... 607.08
New Safe for State Treasurer's Office..................... 78.03
Postage, Express and Telegrams, Secretary of State ........ 1,022.44
Postage, Printing and other Contingent Expenses, Superin-
tendent Public Instruction ............ .......... 3,266.29
Purchase of Books, Attorney General's Office .............. 516.20
Traveling Expenses Superintendent of Public Instruction... 339.27
Repairs and other Incidental Expenses of Capitol.......... 2,612.05
W atchman at Capitol .................................. 1,083.34
Vacating Offices for Use of Legislature ................... 20.00


AUDITOR's DEPARTMENT.

Postage, Stationery and other Contingent Expenses Auditor. 337.82
Salaries State Auditor and Clerks ......................... 5,720.82
Salary Assistant State Auditors ......................... 6,000.00
Salaries State Bank Examiners .......................... 6,742.03
Traveling Expenses State Bank Examiners ............... 4,103.11
Traveling Expenses State Auditor ....................... 783.01
Traveling Expenses Assistant State Auditors ....... ...... 2,269.53
Salaries and Traveling Expenses Accountants State Audi-
tor's office ...................................... 7.76.29

MILITARY DEPARTMENT.

Salary Adjutant General................................ 3,083.82
National Guard of Florida....................... ...... .. 12,268.58
Act for Relief of Duval County Home Guards ............. 2,307.38
National Guard of Florida, Preserving the Peace........... 4,386.62
National Guard of Florida, Building, Repairing, etc., at
Arsenal .......................................... 80.08

2-Treas.













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JUDICIAL DEPARTMENT.

Contingent Expenses Supreme Court...................... 3,992.43
Clerk Supreme Court, per diem........................... 945.00
Clerk Supreme Court, as Librarian ....................... 300.00
Expenses Circuit Judges sitting in other Circuits.......... 370.17
Expenses Circuit Judges sitting on Supreme Court.......... 376.35
Expenses Criminal Judges sitting in other Circuits......... 54.09
Expenses State Attorneys acting in other Circuits ......... 174.27
Electric Lights, Water, Gas, etc., for Supreme Court....... 614.54
Janitor, Electrician and Elevator Man ..................... 540.00
Janitor, Furnace' and Yard Man .................. ....... 430.00
Jurors and W witnesses ................................... 161,434.08
/ Messenger Supleme Court ............................... 415.00
Printing Supreme Court Reports ......................... 1,014.20
Purchase of Books for Supreme Court Library............. 411.40
Rewards for and Expenses of Arrest Fugitives from Justice. 250.00
Salaries Judicial Department. .................. ......... 110,055.69
Salaries Justices Supreme Court ......................... 11,250.00
Supreme Court, Fuel for Heating....................... 1,024.50
Revision and Consolidation of Laws of Florida ............. 1,824.71
Salary Secretary Supreme Court Justices........ ......... 2,083.31
Salary Assistant Secretary Supreme Court Justices......... 1,800.00
Salaries Law Clerks Supreme Court....................... 655.57
Sheriff Supreme Court,, per diem ......................... 374.00
Watchman for Supreme Court. ......................... 795.00
Repairing Supreme Court Building, etc.................... 161.83
State Prison Farm, Maintenance ........................ 8,719.54
Stenographer Supreme Court ............................ 630.0)

MIsCELLANEOUs APPrOPrIATIONS.

An Act for Relief of B. B. Johnson. .................. ... 71.09
An Act for Relief of C. F. Burgman. ...................... 483.00
An Act for Relief of A. T. Coleman ...................... 2,280.67
An Act for Relief of Ernest P. Roberts..................... 1,909.00
An Act for Relief of Florida Publishing Company .......... 334.00
An Act for Relief of P. B. Bird.......................... 32.13
An Act for Relief of J. E. Peacock....................... 649.00
An Act for Relief of L. S. Crump......................... 5 51.
An Act for Relief of E. O.' Painter Printing Company....... 642.90
An Act for Relief of Milton McBride .................... 339.10
An Act for Relief of W. Z. Hayman...................... 400.00
An Act for Relief of George Lewis, Trustee ................ 14,007.25
Abstracting Land Sold forl Taxes for Use Tax Assessors.... 1,500.0)
Citrus Fruit Standard ...........................'........ 2,080.19
Confederate Soldiers' Home. ............................. 9,901.49
County Finances ....................................... 7,588.86
Emergency Appropriations for State Institutions.......... 10.97
Expenses Collection of Revenue ................. ........ 226,969 95
Expenses Geological Survey ............................. 5,125.98
Expenses of Legislature of 1919 ......................... 85,640.45
Expenses Extra Session of Legislature of 1918............ 1,487.50
Farmers' Demonstration Work.......................... 4,132.50
Florida Industrial School for Boys....................... 114,697.69

















Florida Industrial School for Girls..................... 19,976.04
Florida Room Confederate Museum, Richmond............. 10J.09
Florida Purchase Centennial Exposition .................. 561.53
General Printing and Advertising........................ 19,550.02
Hotel Commission ..................................... 13,083.72
Interest on Bonded Debt ................................ 18,047.00
Live Stock Sanitary Board, State........................ 90,363.74
Hog Cholera Serum and Virus ........................... 1,375.06
Maintenance of Lunatics................................. 412,634.26
Maintenance of Lqnatics, Improvements .................. 11,558.21
Monument Olustee Battle Field, care of................... 100.,I0
Printing Delinquent Tax Lists .......................... 12,360.55
Printing General Laws............ ..................... 9,700.00
Revenue Refunded ...................................... 117.72
Refund on Tax Certificates .............................. 1,052.31
Refund on Liquor Licenses............................... 11,734.60
Salaries and Expenses Railroad Commission ............... 24,924.22
Salary Actuary Insurance Commissioner...................' 1,716.66
Salary Shell Fish Commissioner ...................... ... 3,499.93
Salaries Rural School Inspectors ....................... 3,166.54
Services Civil Engineer and other Exp. Assmt. R. R....... 1,918.77
State Board Examiners for Teachers .................... 4,790.20
State Labor Inspector .................................. 2,859.96
State Marketing Bureau........... ..................... 14,431.63
E. Kirby Smith Statue Commission. ....................... 2,163.48
Summer Schools ..................................... 9,859.59
Teachers' Training Departments of High Schools............ 3,375.0.)
Traveling Expenses Rural School. Inspectors ............... 1,803.11
Traveling Expenses Shell Fish Commisioner......... .... 955.30
Royal Palm State Park ................................. 4.00
Commission to Investigate Needs of Epileptics and Feeble
M inded ........................................... 406.46
Uniform System Text Book Commission................... 1,370.98
Fire Loss Fund Payable from General Revenue ............. 444.00

Total Disbursements for the Year................... .$2,205,100.43
Balance .......................................... 349,924.41
$2,555,024.84


Balance in Fund January 1, 1920 ................... .$ 349,924.41

INTEREST ON PUBLIC DEBT PAID IN 1919.


Paid Interest to State School Fund. .................... .$
Paid Interest to Agricultural College (University of Florida
F und ) .................... .............. ........
Paiu Interest to Seminary Fund .........................


11,045.00

4,074.00
2,928.00


The Public Debt consists solely of refunding bonds amounting to
$601,567.00, bearing interest at the rate of three per cent per annum, all
of which are held by the Educational Funds of the State.













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BONDED DEBT OF THE STATE

THREE PER CENT REFUNDING BONDS OF 1901.

Amount 3% bonds issued in 1901, exchange for
7% bonds of 1871, under Chapter 4947..... .$267,700.00
One to/Agricultural Fund for................$ 3,900.00
One to ihe East and West Florida Seminary Fund 21,000.00
One to the State School Fund................ 242,800.00

$267,700.00

THREE PER CENT REFUNDING BONDS OF 1903.

Amount 3% bonds issued in 1903, exchange for
6% bonds of 1873, under Chapter 4947..... $333,867 )0
One to Agricultural College Fund for......... .$131,900.00
One to the East and West Florida Seminary Fynd 76,600.00
One to the State School Fund................. 125,367.00

$333,867.00

Total bonded debt of the State, Dec. 31, 1919 $601,567.00














ONE MILL SCHOOL TAX FUND


RECEIPTS IN 1919.


Jan. 31--Receipts during
Feb. 28-Receipts' during
Mar. 31-Receipts during
Apr. 30-Receipts during
May 31-Receipts during
June 30-Receipts during
July 31-Receipts during
Aug 31-Receipts during
Sept. 30-Receipts during
Oct. 31-Receipts during
Nov. 30-Receipts during
Dec. 31-Receipts during


month .......................... $ .5,133.81
month. ................. ..... 14.309.50
month. ....................... .34,409.01
month. ......................... 105,046.58
month.......................... 70,133.97
month........ ............... 21,372.37
month.......................... .12,443.92
month .......................... 9,824.40
month ......... ........ .. 5,232.45
month .......................... 3,344.49
month.......................... 11,250.75
month........................... 65,892.81


Total receipts during tear........................ $368,484.06
Balance in fund January 1, 1919.................. 58,240.98

$426,'25.04
Of the $368,484.06, $17,487.92 was from Comptroller account of tax
certificate redemptions.

DISBURSEMENTS IN 1919.

May 31-Warrants paid during month..................... $226,536.75
Nov. 0--Warrants paid during month...................... 1/0,614.65

Total disbursements during year .................. $347,151.40
Balance in fund December 31, 1919 ................ 79,573.64

$426,725.04

Balance in fund January 1, 1920 ..................$ 79,573.64




ONE MILL SCHOOL TAX FUND


Paid. In favor of. Warrant.
May 9-County of Duval ....................... 11124
May 9-County of Wakulla....................... 11163
May 10-County of Bradford .................... 11115
May 10-County of Jackson....................... 11133
May 10-County of Leon........................ 11138
May 12-County of Osceola...................... 11149
May 12-County of Seminole...................... 11158
May 12-County of Madison ..................... 11141
May 12-County of Lake......................... 11136
May 12-County of Clay ........................ 11120
May 12-County of Putnam...................... 11154
May 12-County of Nassau....................... 11145
May 12-County of St. Johns .................... 11155


Amount.
$ 17,638.50
1,316.70
4,346.10
9,829.05
5,258.55
1,914.00
2,560.80
5,202.45
3,075.60
1,473.45.
3,423.75
2,281.95
2,659.80














Paid. In favor of. Warrant. Amount.
May 12-County of Volusia...................... 11162 5,390.55
May 12-County of Hillsborough.................. 11131 19,326.45
May 12-County of Lafayette .................... 11135 1,890.90
May 12-County of Jefferson..................... 11134 3,131.70
May 12-County of Brevard....................... 11116 2,211.00
May 12-County of Suwannee ..................... 11160 5,758.50
May 12-County of Pinellas...................... 11152 5,737.05
May 12-County of Marion .......... ............ 11142 7,162.65
May 12-County of Pasco... .................... 11151 2,361.15
May 12-County of Hamilton...................... 11129 3,229.05
May 12-County of Columbia..................... 11121 4,799.85
May 12-County of Baker ....................... 11113 1,519.65
May 12-County of Alachua ..................... 11112 9,871.95
May 12-County of Levy ........................ 11139 2,904.00
May 12-County of Escambia .................. 11157 9,081.60
May 12-County of Santa Rosa .................. 11157 3,455.10
May 12-County of Washington .................. 11165 3,369.30
May 12-County of Walton ...................... 11164 3,479.85
May 12-County of Holmes ....................... 11132 3,593.7.
May 13-County of Sumter ...................... 11159 2,286.90
May 13- County of Taylor ....................... 11161 1,956.90
May 13-County of Polk ........................ 11153 0,499.05
May 13-County of DeSoto ...................... 11123 6,999.30
May 13-County of Hernando .................... 11130 1,222.65
IMay 13- County of Liberty ...................... 11140 1,295.25
May 13-County of Calhoun ..................... 11118 2,209.35
May 13-County of Franklin .................... 11127 947.10
May 13-County of Monroe ...................... 11144 2,963.40
May 13- County of Bay ......................... 11114 2,529.45
May 13-County of Okaloosa ...................... 1146 2,521.20
May 13-County of Flagler ...................... 11126 460.35
May 13-County of Citrus ....................... 11110 1,613.70
May 13-County of St. Lucie...................... 11156 2,097.15
May 13-County of Dade ........................ 11122 6,877.20
May 13-County of Orange ....................... 11148 4,288.35
May 14-County of Gadsden ...................... 11128 5,740.35
May 14- County -of Lee.......................... 11137 2,027.85
May 14-County of Manatee....................... 11142 4,149.75
May 14-County of Okeechobee................... 11147 509.85
May 14-County of Palm Beach ................... 11150 3,714.15
May 16-County of Broward ....................... 11117 1,372.80
Nov. 15-County of Wakulla...................... 28035 709.07
Nov. 15-Coupty of Leon......................... 28011 2,898.36
Nov. 19-Coubty of Madison...................... 28014 2,801.36
Nov. 19-County of Duval......................... 27999 12,608.06
Nov. 19- County of Levy......................... 28012 1,636.39
Nov. 19-County of Jefferson...................... 28008 1,135.87
Nov. 19-County of Suwannee..................... 28032 3,364.93
Nov. 19-County of Hamilton...................... 28003 1,640.27
Nov. 10-County of Baker ........................ 27989. 757.57
Nov. 19-County of Alachua...................... 27988 5,106.08
Nov. 19-County of Gadsden...................... 28002 2,205:78
Nov. 19-County of Columbia...................... 27996 2;191.28
Nov. 19-County of Marion....................... 28016 8,812.10















Paid. In favor of. Warrant. Amount.
Nov. 19-County of Bradford...................... 27991 2,160.19
Nov. 19-County of Seminole..................... 28030 1,477.31
Nov. 19-County of Jackson....................... 28007 4,668.61
Nov. 20-County of Hernando..................... 28004 698.40
Nov. 20-County of Taylor. ....................... 28033 1,104.83
Nov. 20-County of Liberty ....................... 28013 805.10
Nov. 20-County of St. Johns ......... .......... 28027 1,265.85
Nov. 20-County of Nassau ....................... 28018 889.49
Nov. 20-County of Osceola ...................... 28021 1,069.91
Nov. 20-County of Sumter ....................... 28031 1,232.87
Nov. 20-County of Lake ......................... 28009 1,624.75
Nov. 20-County of Putnam ...................... 28026 1,828.45
Nov. 20-County of Volusia. ...................... 28034 3,161.23
Nov. 20-County of Hi:lshorough ................ 28005 10,926.08
Nov. 20-County of Pasco ....................... 28023 1,228.99
Nov. 20-County of Lee................... ........ 28010 1,286.22
Nov. 20-County of Orange ....................... 28020 2,112.66
Nov. 20-County of Wa:ton........................ 28036 1,925.45
Nov. 20-County of Okaloosa ................... .. 28019 1,197.95
Nov. 20-County of Washington .................. 28037 1,900.23
Nov. 21-County of DeSoto. ....................... 28998 3,539.53
Nov. 21- County of Pinellas .................. ... 28024 3.209.73
Nov. 21-County of Polk. ......................... 28025 5,412.60
Nov. 21-County of Broward ...................... 27993 787.64
Nov. 21-County of Dade. ......................... 27997 4,241.81
Nov. 21-County of St. Luce. ..................... 28028 1,0-0.44
Nov. 21-County of Clay ........................ 27995 738.17
Nov. 21-County of Monroe........................ 28017 824.50
Nov. 21-County of Brevard ....................... 27992 1,134.90
Nov. 21-County of Citrus. ........................ 27994 768.24
Nov. 21-County of Palm Rench. .................. 28022 1,721.75
Nov. 21-County of Escambi ...................... 28000 5,481.47
Nov. 21-County of Santa Rosa ................... 28029 1,857.55
Nov. 21-County of IIolmes ....................... 28006 1.896 35
Nov. 21-County of Bay.......................... 27990 1.45.00
Nov. 21-County of Franklin...................... 28001 543.20
Nov. 22-County of Manatee ..................... 28015 2,295.02
Nov. 22-County of Okeechobee .................. 28038 255.11

Total disbursements during year ..................... $347,151.40


PENSION TAX FUND

RECEIPTS IN 1919.


Jan. 31-Receipts during month ......................... $
Feb. 28-Receipts during month ..........................
Mar. 31-Receipts during month .........................
Apr. 30-Receipts during month .........................
May 31-Receipts during month .........................
ufne 30-Receipts during month .............................
Jily 3 Receipts during month ..........................


38,003.27
36,283.16
84,344.50
262,884.52
175,631.59
53,610.99
31,269.92













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Aug. 31-Receipts during month ........................... 4,650.21
Sept. 31-Receipts during month ........................... 13,186.43
Oct. 31-Receipts during month ......................... 8,394.93
Nov. 30-Receipts during month.......................... 33,930.80
Dec. 31-Receipts during month ......................... 203,563.46

Total receipts during year. ........................$ 965,753.78
Balance in fund January 1, 1919.................... 218,528.38

$1,184,282.16
The $965,753.78 received was from the following sources:
Taxes .................................................. $921,975.52
Comptroller, Redemption Tax Certificates ................... 43,719.76
Refund on Pension Warrants, Jan. 31 ............... ...... 9.50
Refund on Pension Warrants, March 31..................... 19.00
Refund on Pension Warrants, Aug. 31 ...................... 15.00
Refund on Pension Warrants, Nov. 30. ................... ..... 15.00

$965.753 78

DISBURSEMENTS IN 1919.

Jan. 31-Warrants paid during moth .................. $ 25,854.)0
Feb. 28-Warrants paid during mofth.................. 66,945.50
Mar. 31-Warrants paid during month... .............. 70.064.50
Apr. 30-Warrants paid during month ..................... 68.713.00
May 31-Warrants paid during month................... 67,934.50
June 30-Warrants paid during month .................. 67,446 00
Ju'y 31-Warrants paid during month.................... 67.652.00
Aug. 31-Warrants paid during month .................. 67,959.00
Sept. 30-Warrants paid during month ................... 67,650.50
Oct. 31-Warrants paid during month ........ ........6. 67,753.27
Nov. 30-Warrants paid during month ................... 66,271.50
Dec. 31-Warrants paid Quring month .................. 123.567.73

Total disbursements during year. ................. $ 827.811.50
Balance in fund December 31, 1919 ............... 356,473.66

$1,T94,282.16
Balance in fund January 1, 1920 ..................$ 356,470.66

STATE BOARD OF HEALTH TAX FUND


RECEIPTS IN 1919.


Jan. 31-Receipts during
Feb. 28-Receipts during
Mar. 31-Receipts during
Apr. 30--,Receipts during
May 31-Receipts during
June 3J-Receipts during
July 31-Receipts during
Aug. 31-Receipts during


month..........................$
month.............. ..........
m month. .............. ...... .....
month ........................
month ........................ .
month ...........................
month. ........................
month ........................


7,566.88
7,200.92
16,931.06
52,621.17
35,066.90
10,686.21
6,222.20
4,912.16













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Sept. 30-Receipts during month .......................... 2,615.94
Oct. 31-Receipts during month ................... ....... 1,671.97-
Nov. 30-Receipts during month ......................... 5,610.34
Dec. 31-Receipts during month ........... ........... ... 33,946.65

Total receipts during year..........................$185,112.40
Balance in fund January 1, 1919. .................... 64,466.57

$249,578.97

Of the $185,112.40 receipts, $175,225.49 was from taxes, and $9,886.91
was received from the following sources:
From Comptro:ler account tax certificate redemptions ...... $ 9,886.91
Refund account 13 days' pay extra session Legislature ........ 97.95
Sale of old office fixtures for State Board of Hea:th .......... 45.00
From State Board of Health, Escambia County Warrant ...... 1,000.00

$ 9,886.91

DISBURSEMENTS FOR 1919.

Jan. 31-Warrants paid during month .................... $ 14,279.10
Feb. 28-Warrants paid during month .................... 9,675.1,9
Mar. 31--Warrants paid during month ..................... 16 208 03
Apr. 30-Warrants paid during month .................... 11,115.70
May 31-Warrants paid during month .................... 15.395.82
June 30-Warrants paid during month .................... 11,086.27
July 31-Warrants paid during month.................... 12.560.08
Aug. 31-Warrants paid during month .................... 11.967.36
Sept. 30-Warrants paid during month. ................... 13 (is!) 74
Oct. 31-Warrants paid during month ..................... 16.798.18
Nov. 31-Warrants paid during month .................... 20,617.26
Dec. 31-Warrants paid during month ................... 15,73892

Total disbursements during year .................... ..$169,222.05
Balance in Fund December 31, 1919. ................... 80,356.92

$249,578 97
Ralance in Fund January 1, 1920 .................. $ 80,356.92

STATE BOARD OF HEALTH TAX FUND

raid. In favor of. Warrant. Amount.
Jan. 1-J. H. Coffee.............................. 26934 $ 25.00
Jan. 2-Illinois Glass Co. ....................... .6909 212.32
Jan. 4-DeSoto County News ..................... 26935 1.40
Jan. 4- J. R. Emerson .......................... 26926 111.44
Jan. 4- W. H. Bryan ........................... 26945 99.10
Jan. 6-Tabulating Machine Co. .................. 26944 54.00
Jan. 6- L. T. Galpin ............................ 321 208.33
Jan. 7- W P. Rice ............................... 325 125.00
Jan. 8- A. R. Long ............................. 26929 173.32
Jan. 8- J. A. Lynch .............................. 327 125.00
Jan. 8- D. Martin ............................... 333 25.'0
















Paid. In favor of. Warrant. Amount.
Jan. 8-J. Keely ............ ..... ........... 823 208.33
Jan. 8-M. Thomas ................................ 352 35.00
Jan. 8- L. Floyd ................................ 351 35.00
Jan. 8-W. R. Thomas ............................. 349 55.00
Jan. 8-G. W. Simons ............................ 342 229.16
Jan. 8- B. L. Arms ............................ 344 229.16
Jan. 8-L. R. Campbell .......................... 330 150.00
Jan. 8- P. Griffith .............................. 347 125.03
Jan. 8-S. G. Thompson ............................ 334 200.00
Jan. 8- A. C. Emmons .......................... 335 100.00
Jan. 8- L. Stark .................... ........ 343 85.00
Jan. 8- L. Sorgen ................................ 339 60.00
Jan. 8- F. Russell ............................... 348 65.00
\Jan. 8- W V. Culley ............................ 646 17.25
Jan. 9-A. W. Underwood ........................ 319 229.16
Jan. 9-H. O. Snow ........ ..................... 365 229.16
Jan. 9- G. A. Dame ............................. 318 229.16
Jan, 9-G. .A Dame .............. ............. 26921 111.85
Jan. 9-H. D. Venters ............................ 353 200.00
Jan. 9--H. Miles ................................ 35600 50.00
Jan. 9- M. Valdespino ............................ 355 75.00
Jan. 9-V. H. Gwinn ............................ 316 229.16
Jan. 9- Logan & White .......................... 594 23.11
Jan. 9- H. P. Brown ......... .................... 345 125.00
Jan. 9- N. Hitchcock ............................ 338 75.00
Jan. 9-Groover-Stewart Drug Co. .................. 597 21.58
Jan. 9- C. W. HepperAen ......................... 345 166.66
Jan. 9- C. H. Purdy .............................. 645 274.00
Jan. 9-E. A. Martin Seed Co. ..................... 616 9.75
Jan. 9-City Electric Light Co. .................... 600 14.89
Jal. 9-A. L. Tolman ............................ 340 60.00
Jad. 9-Antietam Paper Co. ........................ 599 6.28
Jan. 9- D. Bridier .............................. 329 100.00
Jan. 9- R. I. Gordon ............................ 354 150.00
Jan. 9- C. Marrisette .......... ................. 350 35.00
Jan. 9- F. L. Tatom ............................. 619 55.93
Jan. 9- F. L. Tatom ............................. 317 229.16
Jan. 10- H. H. Fox ........... ................... 358 208.33
Jan. 10- S. F. Flood ............................. 311 1.50.00
Jan. 10-W. H. Bryan ............................. 6937 32.50
Jan. 10- E. Helvenston .......................... 332 85.00
Jan. 10- C. DeArmas ............................. 606 25.00
Jan. 10-C. DeArmas ...................... ....... 605 3.45
Jan. 10- J. Evers ................................ 630 10.75
Jan. 10-R. G. Albury Towel Supply ................ 618 2.50
Jan. 10- E. Peacock .............................. 629 18.50
Jan. 10-D. H. Osburn ........................... 609 52.42
Jan. 10- D. H. Osburn ........................... 326 125.00
Jan. 10- S. D. Summers .......................... 622 7.50
Jan. 10-Mrs. E. B. Yost ............................ 336 75.00
Jan. 10-Betts Pharmacy ......................... 598 3.16
Jan. 10-F. A. Brink .................. ........... 360 160.66
San. i0-Mrs. I. M. Brink......................... 361 20.00
jiti. 10-J. C. Boyle ......................... ... 62 40.30














Paid. In favor of. Warrant. Amount.
Jan. 10- C. W. Eggart ........................... 625 83.25
Jan. 11- W. R. Warren ........................... 324 83.33
Jan. 11- W. S. Whitney .......................... 635 5.75
Jan. 11- J. P. Smith ............................. 627 7.25
Jan. 11- J. F. Warren ............................ 626 11.00
Jan. 11-Tampa Tribune Pub. Co. ................. 603 375.00
Jan. 11-Western Union Tel. Co. .................... 596 35.95
Jan. 11- M. Pellerin ............................. 341 60.00
Jan. 11- F. L. Tatom ............................ 610 153.99
Jan. 13- H. H. Fox .............................. 614 17.49
Jan. 13-A. W. Underwood ........................ 611 77.45
Jan. 13- W M. Davis ....'......................... 639 19.25
Jan. 13-Tripure Water Co. ................ .. ... 608 2.30
Jan. 13- A. C. Hamblin ........................... 320 229.16
Jan. 13- G. Smith ............................... 628 167.50
Jan. 13- W S. W ev .............................. 640 5.50
Jan. 13- G. T. Haynes ............................ 644 6.25
Jan. 13- R. G. Fink .............................. 623 79.75
Jan. 13- W. R. Warren ............................ 634 69.50
Jan. 13- E. A. Iowe ............................. 641 16.50
Jan. 13-Southern Express Co. ................... .. 601 9.27
Jan. 13- J. A. Law .............................. 328 125.00
Jan. 13-A. M. Lopez ............................. 638 14.00
Jan. 13- C. C. Cobb .............................. 615 4.50
Jan. 13- C. G. Oldfather .......................... 642 16.50
Jan. 13- D. J. Mason ............................. 636 18.25
Jan. 15-Marion Co. Hospital Assn .................. 613 225.90
Jan. 15--W. Lassiter ........................... .. 621 28.23
Jan. 15-Miss E. Barrs .................. ....... 337 75.00
Jan. 15- J. W Owens ............................. 631 9.00
Jan. 15- Miss M. Beane ........................... 357 50.00
Jan. 15-H. A. Metz Laboratories .................. 602 1,002.81
Jan. 15- W H. Bryan ............................ 322 208.33
Jan. 15-Dennis Printing Co. ....................... 595 261.00
Jan. 16- T. H. Thqmpson ......................... 939 3.10
Jan. 16- A. Milliga .............................. 643 8.25
Jan. 16- W H. Cox ............................... 366 750.00
Jan. 16- G. Whitford ............................. 364 166.66
Jan. 16-H. C. Sistrunk ........................... 633 14.50
Jan. 16- E. Van Hood ............................. 363 125.00
Jan. 17- G. A. Dame ............................. 612 69.51
Jan. 17- J. R. Gilbert ............................. 637 6.00
Jan. 17- L. L. Hine ............................... 632 5.00
Jan. 18-Executive Office State Board of Health...... 648 59.59
Jan. 18-Executive Office State Board of Health...... 649 38.91
Jan. 18-P. A. Dignan, P. M ....................... 650 422.32
Jan. 18-P. A. Dignan, P. M. ...................... 651 303.00
Jan 18-P. A. Dignan ............. ............... 652 44.00
Jan. 18-Postmaster, Tampa ....................... 653 15.00
Jan. 18--Executive Office Etate Board of Health...... 654 55.27
Jan. 18-Executive Office State Board of Health...... 655 7.35
Jan. 18-Executive Office State Board of Health...... 656 50.00
Jan. 20-J. A. Barnes ............................. 607 50.00
Jan. 20-D. W. McLeed ........................... 624 10.75













Paid. In favor'of. Warrant. Amount.
Jan. 22-L. T. Galpin ............................ 2275 27.78
Jan. 23- F. A. Brink ............................. 2249 14.90
Jan 23-Western Union Tel. Co..................... 2263 14.07
Jan. 23-B. L. Arms ............................. 2253 24.35
Jan. 23-Groover Stewart Drug Co. ................. 2261 1.04
Jan. 24- J. A. Lynch ............................. 2281 145.52
Jan. 24-Jacksonville Water Works ................. 2255 19.94
Jan. 24- J. Kelly ................................. 2283 25.03
Jan. 25-Southern Express Co. ...................... 2262 30.55
SJan. 25-Hawklns Auto Service ................... 22.56 20.50
Jan. 25-V. H. Gwinn ....................... ...... 620 125.00
Jan. 25-Ford Roofing Co. .......................... 2258 90.00
Jan. 25-L. G. Thompson .......................... 2254 102.67
Jan. 27- F. A. Brink .............................. 2288 27.00
Jan. 27- W P. Rice ............................... 2250 16.50
Jan. 27- M. Valdespino ........................... 2279 10.00
Jan. 27-W. Chapman Plumbing Co .................. 2288 55.00
Jan. 27-Florida Clean Towel Supply Co............ 2287 3.35
Jan. 27-Peninsular Telephone Co ................... 2260 6.00
Jan. 27-H. D. Venters ..................... ........ 2285 35.42
Jan. 27-D. H. Osburn ................ ......... 2277 48.47
Jan. 27- W. H. Fox .............................. 2289 25.06
Jan. 27-Southern Drug Mfg. Co. ................... 2268 24.56
Jan. 27-Tampa Water Works ..................... 2269 1.25
Jan. 27-Ranaldi Printing Co. ...................... 2266 47.50
Jan. 27-Tampa Tribune Publishing Co. ............. 2267 103.50
Jan. 27-Jacksonville Gas Co. ...................... 2259 20.87
Jan. 27- J. A. Law ............................... 2252 51.22
Jan. 29-Lederle Antitoxin Lab. ..................... 2273 132.30
Jan. 29- D. C. Allen .............................. 2264 44.75
Jan. 29-Dennis Printing Co. ....................... 2557 195.00
Jan. 29-Taylor Drug Co. ......................... 2270 2.50
Jan. 29-W. G. Lynch .............................. 2265 37.75
Jan. 29-H. O. Snow ............................... 2280 103.54
Jan. 29- W. H. Cox .............................. 2284 156.30
Jan. 30-G. A. Dame .............................. 2276 93.55
Jan. 30- G. Whitford ............................. 2278 152.74
Feb. 1- Florida Sign Shop ........................ 604 4.50
SFeb. 3- D. Walker ............................... 2286 10.00
Feb. 3-Tabulating Machine Co. ................... 2274 54.00
Feb. 4- L. T. Galpin ............................. 2787 208.33
Feb. 5--W. P. Rice .............................. 2791 125.00
Feb. 6-Adder Machine Co. ........................ 2271 1.70
Feb. 6-V. H. Gwinn ........................... 2782 229.16
Feb. 6- J. Kelly ................................. 2789 208.33
Feb. 6- M. Thomas .............................. 2818 35.00
Feb. 6-A. McCoy ................................ 2807 56.00
Feb. 6-Groover-Stewart Drug. Co ............... .. 2870 7.75
Feb. 6- G. W. Simons ............................ 2808 229.16
Feb. 6-C. W. Hepperlen ......................... 2811 166.66
Feb. 6- B.. L. Arms............................... 2810 2f9.16
Feb. 6-P. Griffith ............................. 2813 125.00
Feb. 7-A. W. Underwood ......................... 2785 -229.16
Feb. 7-A. L. Tolman ............................ 2805 60.00















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Paid. In favor of. Warrant. Amount.
Feb. 7- H. P. Brown ............................ 2812 125.00
Feb. 7- J. A. Lynch ............................ 2793 125.00
Feb. 7-City Electric Light Plant................... 2865 16.99
Feb. 7- C. Morrisette ............................ 2816 35.00
Feb. 7-Antietam Paper Co. ....................... 2866 35.00
Feb. 7- D. Martin ............................... 2798 25.00
Feb. 7- S. F. Flood .............................. 2796 150.00
Feb. 7- S. G. Thompson .......................... 2799 \ 200.00
Feb. 7- F. Russell ............................... 2814 65.00
Feb. 7- M. Pullerin .............................. 2806 60.00
Feb. 7- E. B. Yost ............................... 2801 75.00
Feb. 7-W. R. Thomas ................... ........ 2815 55.00
Feb. 7- L. W Stark ............................ 2809 85.00
Feb. 7- E. A. Brink ............................. 2826 166.60
Feb. 7- J. C. Boyle ............................... 2828 40.00
Feb. 7-Mrs. S. M. Brink......................... 2827 20.00
Feb. 7- F. L. Tatom ............................. 2783 229.16
Feb. 7- F. L. Tatom ............................. 2856 43.57
Feb. 8- M. Blane ................................ 2823 50.00
Feb. 8- H. Miles ................................ 2822 50.00
Feb. 8-M. Valespino ............................. 2821 75.00
Feb. 8- H. D. Venters ........................... 2819 200.00
Feb. 8-A. C. Hamblin .......................... 2786 229.16
Feb. 8- Reid Brothers ........................... 2272 49.69
Feb. 8- G. W. Simons ........................... 2846 125.00
Feb. 8- J. H. Coffee ............................ 2858 50.00
Feb. '8- D. H. Osburn ........................... 2792 125 00
Feb. 8- J. A. Barnes ............................ 2853 50.00
Feb. 8- N. E. Hitchcock ......................... 2803 75.00
Feb. 8--Tampa Hardware Co. ..................... 2850 38.60
Feb. 8-Knight & Wall Co. ....................... 2849 3.55
Feb. 8-Tampa Times ........................... 2847 8.00
Feb. 8-Southern Drug Mfg. Co................ ..... ...2848 2.92
Feb. 8- H. O. Snow ............................. 2832 2"9.16
Feb. 8-A. C. Emmons ........................ 2800 100.03
Feb. 8- L. Sorgen .............................. 2804 60.00
Feb. 10-W. R. Warren .:......................... 2790 83.33
Feb. 10- H. H. Fox .............................. 2824 208.33
Feb. 10- A. Malin ............................... 2831 10.00
Feb. 10- R. I. Gordon ............................ 2820 150.00
Feb. 10- E. Helvenston- ........................... 2797 85.00
Feb. 10- L. Floyd ............................... 2817 35.00
Feb. 10- C. T. Young ............................ 2863 16.53
Feb. 10- J. A. Law .............................. 2794 125.00
Feb. 10-Tripure Water Co. ....................... 2854 4.00
Feb. 10- C. D. Armas ............................ 2852 25.00
Feb. 10- A. C. Hamblin .......................... 2845 125.00
Feb. 11- A. C. McDonald ......................... 2862 6.50
Feb. 11-Marion Co. Hospital Assn ................. 2864 213.80
Feb. 11- H. Barrs ............................... 2802 75.00
Feb. 11-L. R. Campbell .......................... 2795 150.00
Feb. 11-F. T. Budge ............................. 2860 17.i00
Feb. 11-R. G. Albury Towel Supply ................ 2851 1.50
Feb. 11-G. A. Dame ............................ 2784 229.10















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Paid. In favor of. Warrant. Amount.
Feb. 11-C. W. Weaver .......................... 8112 2.25
Feb. 11- J. M. Mier .............................. 647 3.25
Feb. 11-G. Whitford ............................. 2830 166.66
Feb. 11-Miami E. L. & P. Co......................... 2859 3.50
Feb. 11- M. Ryan ............................... 359 20.00
Feb. 11- M. Ryan ............................... 2825 20.00
Feb. 14-Taylor Instrument Co.. ................... 2871 9.63
Feb. 14-Lederle Antitoxin Lab. ................... 2867 5.00
Feb. 14- G. D. Moore ............................ .2861 3.00
Feb. 14-International Equip. Co ................... 2872 15.51
Feb. 15-Dermatological Research Labs.............. 2869 1,007.20
Feb. 17- A. C. Hamblin .......................... 2724 15.59
Feb. 17-Dept. of Documents, Gov. Prtg. Office...... 2868 32.53
Feb. 17-A. W. Underwood ....................... 2857 36.86
Feb. 19- E. Van Hood ........................... 2829 125.00
Feb. 19-E. Van Hood ............................ 2251 71.38
Feb. 24-L. T. Galphin ........................... 4813 34.90
Feb. 26-H. & W. B. Drew Co...................... 4802 41.80
Feb. 26-C. B. Mallard Co. ........................ 4797 9.45
Feb. 26-G. W. Simons, Jr......................... 4764 10'-.72
Feb. 26- B. L. Arms ..................... ........ 4763 31.50
Feb. 26-New York Laundry ...................... 4801 2.27
Feb. 26-Western Union Tel. Co................... 4766 41.49
Feb. 26-Groover-Stewart Drug Co................. 4804 23.9p
Feb. 26-Jacksonville Gas Co. ..................... 4800 24.76
Jan. 26- W. H. Gillette .......................... 4780 120.00
Feb. 26- W. H. Gilette .......................... 4815 163.78
Feb. 26-The Bettes Pharmacy .................... 4798 10.50
Feb. 26- J. A. Lynch ............................ 4814 11.21
Feb. 26-Weller Coal Co. ........................ 4799 20 00
Feb. 26- W P. Rice .............................. 4765 5.50
Feb. 27-Tampa Tribune Pub. Co. ................. 4784 30.00
Feb. 27- C. DeArmas ............................ 4771 25.00
Feb. 27- C. T. Young ............................ 4812 4.50
Feb. 27-Tampa Book & Stationery Co ............... 4787 5.40
Feb. 27-Tampa Water Works Co................... 4785 2.04
Feb. 27-Southern Drug Mfg. Co. .................. 4788 16.64
Feb. 27- J. A. Barnes ............................ 4770 50.00
Feb. 27-Tampa Drug Co. ......................... 4787 15.16
Feb. 27-Tampa Furniture Co. ..................... 4773 28.10
Feb. 27-Southern Express Co. ..................... 4776 9.47
Feb. 27-L. C. Smith & Bros. Typewriters............ 4775 4.00
Feb. 27-Jacksonville Printing Co .................. 4796 93.35
Feb. 27-Hawkins Auto Service ................... 4805 27,50
Feb. 27-Dennis Printing Co. ...................... 4779 272.25
Feb. 27-Logan & White ......................... 4803 41.65
Feb. 27-Surgical Suply Co. ....................... 4794 4.75
Feb. 27- D. Bridier .............................. 4791 100.00
Feb. 28-3. H. Coffee ............................ 4782 25.00
Feb. 28- J. A. Law .............................. 4769 46.14
Feb. 28- A. C. Hamblin ........................... 4789 55.62
Feb. 28-Miami E. L. & P. Co...................... 4807 1.68
Feb. 28- F. A. Brink ............................ 4817 24.75
Mar. 3-Braemer Air Conditionary Corp........... 4810 75.59












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Paid. In favor of. Warrant. Amount.
Mar. 3-Ford Taxi Service ...................... 4795 2.00
Mar. 3-R. G. Albury Towel Service............... 4772 1.50
Mar. 3-Bausch & Lamb Optical Co............... 4809 162.00
Mar. 1- E. Peters .............................. 4806 75.00
Mar. 1- W. H. Cox ............................. 4792 201.28
Mar. 1- G. A. Dame ............................ 4781 131.27
Mar. 1-E. T. Smith Tdwe. Furn. Co .............. 4774 24.30
Mar. 1- V. H. Gwinn ........................... 4792 17.32
Mar. 1- H. O. Snow ............................ 4783 182.44
Mar. 1-F. H. Thomas Co.............. .............. 4778 10.80
Mar. 1-The Hefty Press .......................... 4808 3.50
Mar. 5-R. R. Rosborough ....................... 5149 10.)0
Mar. 5- V. H. Gwinn ........................... 5096 229.16
Mar. 5- J. Kelly ............................... 51.03 2)8.33
Mar. 5- G. W hitford .............................. 4790 152.53
Mar. 5- J. Kelly ............................... 4816 20.44
Mar. 5- B. L. Arms ................................. 5128 229.16
Mar. 5--G. W. Simons, Jr....................... 5124 229.16
Mar. 5- P. Griffith ............................... 5129 125.00
Mar. 5-M. Pellerin ......... ....................... 5122 60.00
Mar. 5- S. G. Thompson ........................ 5115 200.00
Mar. 5-A. S. Emmons .......................... 5116 100.00
Mar. 5-C. Morrisette ................................ 5131 35.00
Mar. 5- S. F. Flood ............................ 5111 150.00
Mar. 5- W P. Rice ............................... 5105 125.00
Mar. 6-A. W. Underwood ........................ 5099 229.16
Mar. 6- M. Bean ............................... 5138 511.00
Mar. 6-W. H. Bryan ............................ 2788 268.33
Mar. 6-H. O. Snow ............................... 5147 -'29.16
Mar. 6- W. H. Bryan ............................. 4767 148.33
Mar. 6-W. H. Bryan .............................. 5102 :08.33
Mar. 6-N. Hitchcock ............... ,............ 5119 75.00
Mar. 6-Logan & White ........................... 5162 127.80
Mar. 6-H. P. Brown ................................ 5128 125.00
Mar. 6-A. L. Tolman ..................... ...... 5121 60.00
Mar. 6-D. Martin ............................... 5113 25.00
Mar. 6- D. Birdier ............................... 5109 100.00
Mar. 6-Mrs. R. Sheehon ........................ 5184 6.50
Mar. 6-C. W. Hepperlin .... ..................... 5127 166.66
Mar. 6-L. F. Floyd ....... ..................... 5132 35.00
Mar. 6-L. R. Campbell ......................... 5110 150.00
Mar. 6- W. R. Thomas .......................... 5114 55.00
Mar. 6- L. Sorgen .............................. 5120 60.00
Mar. 6- F. Russell ............................. 5130 65.00
Mar. 6-W. A. Gilete .............................. 5148 150.00
Mar. 6-Mrs. I. M. Brink................ ......... 5142 20.00
Mar. 6-J. C. Boyle ............................... 5143 40.00
Mar. 6-F. A. Brink ............................. 5141 166.66
Mar. 6- L. T. Galpin ........................... 5101 208.33
Mar. 7-H. E. Patton ....................... -.... 5185 11.50
Mar. 7- S. King ................................. 5187 31.50
Mar. 7- I. L. Blanton ............................. 5180 1.50
Mar. 7-W. H. Rosier ............... ............... 5181 14.00
Mar. 7- D. A. Rosier ............................. 5182 8.25











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Paid. In favor of. Warrant. Amount.
Mar. 7-E. R. Rhoden .............. ............. .5178 4.00
Dec. 7--H. C. Richards ............................ 5203 12.50
Mar. 7- H. H. Fox ............................. 5139 208.33
Mar. 6-Tampa Drug Co. ............................... 5155 24.70
Mar. 7- H. D. Venters ............................ 5134 200.00
Mar. 7-H. D. Venters ................... ......... 5161 39.09
Mar. 7- M. Valdespino .......................... 5136 75.00
Mar. 7-D. Walker ................ ............ 5158 10.00
Mar. 7- H. Miles .......... ............. ...... ... 5137 50.00
Mar. 7-D. H. Osburn ........................... 4768 89.58
Mar. 7- D. H. Osburn ............................ 5106 125.00
Mar. 7-C. F. Younge ............ .................. 5201 1.25
Mar. 7-Tampa Tribunte Pub. Co ................. 5157 354.42
Mar. 7-A. C. Hamblin ........................... 5100 229.16
Mar. 7-Western Union Tel. Co. .................. 5159 10.02
Mar. 7- W. P. Hillhouse ........................ 5168 21.75
Mar. 7- G. A. Dame ............................ 5098 229.16
Mar. 7- R. I. Gordon ........................... 5135 150.00
Mar. 7-E. Helvenston .......................... 5112 85.00
Mar. 7- M. Thomas ............................. 5133 35.00
M r. 7- A. McCoy .............................. 5123 60.00
Mar. 7-Towers Hardware Co. ................... 5163 1.50
Mar. 7- L. Starck .............................. 5125 85.00
Mar. 7- J. Lloyd ............................... 5164 6.60
Mar. 7- J. F. Bean ............................. 5193 14.75
Mar. 7- L. G. Harris ........................... 5169 33.25
Mar. 7- J. E. W ells ............................ 5174' 15.25
yar. 7- J. M. Brown ........................... 5173 15.00
Mar. 8-E. B. Lurdaburry ....................... 5196 3.25
Mar. 8- J. A. Lynch ............................ 5107 125.00
Mar. 8- Z. Cason ............................... 5176 5.25
Mar. 8-Key West Press .......................... 5153 2.00
Mar. 8- E. Peters .............................. 5151 50.00
Mar. 8-Peninsular Tel. Co. ....................... 5156 6.90
Mar. 8-Tripure Water Co. ....................... 5154 3.73
Mar. 8- Mrs. W. S. Tillls ....................... 5172 11.50
Mar. 8- C. A. Futch ............................ 5186 31.50
Mar. 8- E. Bertelson ........................... 5198 3.00
Mar. 8-Mrs. M. E. Sharpe........................ 5202 6.25
Mar. 8-Central Scientific Co. ................... 5166 4.19
Mar. 10- Mrs. J. Corbett ......................... 5179 1.79
Mar. 10-Mrs. W. C. Hicks ....................... 5171/ 3.00
Mar. 10-W. R. Warren .......................... 5104 83.30
Mar. 10- J. D. Pearce ........................... 5189 12.75
Mar. 10- E. Van Hood ........................... 5144 125.00
Mar. 1J- A. Malin ............................... 5146 10.00
Mar. 10- E. Barrs ............................... 5118 75.00
Mar. 10-Capital Publishers ...................... 5167 39.00
Mar. 10- M. Ryan ............................... 5140 20.00
Mar. 10- F. L. Tatom ............................ 5097 229.16
Mar. 10-W. H. Bryan ........................... 2855 11085
Mar. 11- D. R. Milton ........................... 5177 7.0J
Mar. 11-Tabulating Machine Co. ................. 4811 54.00
Mar. 11-A. L. Bruner ........................... 5192 4.00
















Paid. In favor of. Warrant. Amount.
Mar. 11-M3lyes Printing Co ...................... 5152 4.25
Mar. 12- G. \. Bloom ........................... 5200 6.50
Mar. 12-W. J. Berry & Co. ....................... 5160 11.00
Mar. 13-Mrs. S. A. Veeder ....................... 5183 11.00
Mar. 13-0. Whitford ........................... 5145 166.66
Mar. 13- E. A. Hickson .......................... 5170 13.75
Mar. 14- J. A. Law ............ ................. 5108 125.00
Mar. 14--Marion Co. Hospital ................... 5150 207.38
M ar. 15- L. II. Hill .............................. 5188 24.25
Mar. 17- W. O. Brooks .......................... 5190 10.50
Mar. 17- J. F. Douglass ......................... 5191 9.75
Mar. 17- R. I. Gordon ........................... 5966 8:64
Mar. 17-Atlantic Ice & Coal Corp ................. 5964 20.00
Mar. 17-City Electric Light Plant ................. 5967 17.U5
Mar. 17-Chicago Surg. & Elec. Co ................. 5165 23.40
Mar. 19-M. E. Goddard ............... ....... 5962 6010O
Mar. 19- W. H. Cox ............................. 5881 149.97
Mar. 19- J. A. Barnes ........................... 5955 50.00
Mar. 19- C. C. Martin ........................... 5175 3.75
Mar. 19-C. DeArmas ........................... o56 25400
Mar. 19-C. H. Nauman .......................... 5197 3.50
Mar. 19- W H. Hillette .......................... 5968 50.73
Mar. 21- E. Peters .............................. 5957 50.00
Mar. 21- R. T. Smith ............................ 5195 3.50
Mar. 21-Mrs. D. V. McDonald .................... 6856 36.50
Mar. 21- J. H. Hill .............................. 6861 3.25
Mar. 21- J. W illiams ............................ 6862 5.75
Mar. 21- C. J. Ferrell ....................... ... 6858 325
Mar. 21- A. Lopez .......................... .. 5959 12.50
Mar. 21-J. L. Cloud, Pr......................./... 7208 9.75
Mar. 21-0. E. Stechert & Co ..................... 5963 95.85
Mar. 22-H. H. Campbell ......................... 7410 8.50
Mar. 22- A. J. Vicars ........................... 6859 1.25
Mar. 22-Mrs. B. H. Forbes ...................... 6871 2.25
Mar. 22- J. B. Laws ............................. 6873 4.26
Mar. 24- G. H. Haynes .......................... 7206 10.75
Mar. 24- C. G. Lamareaux ....................... 7105 10.25
Mar. 24- Mrs. K. C. Lee ......................... 7200 3.00
Mar. 24--M. H. Ahrens ........................... 7454 10.25
Mar. 24- C. J. Post ..................... ....... 7370 4.00
Mar. 24- C. McCormack .......................... 7381 .75
Mar. 24- W. L. Maige ........................... 7357 63.00
Mar. 24- D. W. Waldron ......................... 7425 9.50
Mar. 24- II. Tibbals ............................. 7212 6.75
Mar. 24- B. F. Ray .............................. 7100 8.25
Mar. 24--E. C. Lowe ............................. 5958 25.00
Mar. 24- J. A. Flood ............................ 6811 4.50
Mar. 24- W. Lassiter ............................ 6880 29.25
Mar. 24-P. L. Hemming ......................... 7099 21.25
Mar. 24--S. D. Summers ......................... 7450 20.25
Mar. 24- E. B. Arnold .................... ...... 5194 4.50
Mar. 24- R. C. Higgins ................. ........ 7222 8.25
Mar. 24-A. N. Dobbins .......................... 7382 45.50
Mar. 24- C. W. King ............................ 7396 2.50

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34

Paid. In favor of. Warrant. Amount.
Mar. 24- J. E. Safriet ........................... 6840 1.25
Mar. 24- C. H. Purdy ........................... 7278 430.O0
Mar. 24- J. C. Brock ............................. 7147 14.75
Mar. 24- G. M. Floyd ............................ 7209 13.00
Mar. 24-W. E. Permenter ....................... 6885 3.25
Mar. 24- H. A. Steely ........................... 7393 2.25
Mar. 24-W. S. Gregory ........................ 6845 9.00
Mar. 24- Mrs. E. Yost ........................... 5117 f5.00
Mar. 24- B. F. Barnes ........................... 6986 148.00
Mar. 24- L. H. Paul ............................ 7162 12.25
Mar. 24- J. F. Richbourg ......................... 7325 8.75
Mar. 24- J. H. Faulk ........................... 7163 20.75
Mar. 24-J. W. Robertson ........................ 7174 10.75
Mar. 24-W. P. Nobles ............................ 7400 3.00
Mar. 24-E. Parsons ............................. 7166 3.5)
Mar. 24- J. C. Moore ........................... 6929 3.25
Mar. 24-J. R. French ........................... 6944 4.00
Mar. 24- M. V. Culey ............................ 7313 13.50
Mar. 24-Amer. Medical Assn. ..................... 5963 20.0'
Mar. 24-Mrs. G. C. Cromartie ................... 6818 4.50
Mar. 24-W. C. Funderbuck ....................... 6991 3.25
Mar. 25- T. Tuttle ............................... 7389 2.5o
Mar. 25- B. J. Infinger .......................... 6865 7.25
Mar. 25- B. F. Noyes ............................ 7165 1.25
Mar. 25- J. W. Wade ............................ 7379 4.25
Mar. 25- N. E. Thomas ........................... 7175 9.25
Mar. 25-A. G. DeLoach ......................... 6835 1.50
Mar: 25-J. R. Enfinger ................... ...... 6838 1.00
Mar. 25- W. E. Bell ................ .............. 7391 7.25
Mar. 25-G. C. Bevis ............................ 7354 1025
Mar. 25- W. E. Bell ............................. 7390 20.00
Mar. 25-W. B. Vaughn .......................... 6993 S.75
Mar. 24- J. G. Thomas .......................... 6833 1,.50
Mar. 25- C. Blum ............................... 7387 28.25
Mar. 24- G. W Revell ........................... 6857 6.50
Mar. 25- J. I. Syfrett ............................ 6874 4.00
Mar. 25- Mrs. L. Sutton ......................... 6872 5.75
Mar. 25- J. R. Lawhon .......................... 6863 6.50
Mar. 25-J. E. Whitehead ........................ 7074 21.25
Mar. 26-W. D. Stoutalire ...................... 6930 5.25
Mar. 26-J. P. Smith ............................. 7332 39.75
Mar. 26-J. Q. Hatcher ........................... 6972 :3.75
Mar. 26- J. F. Lindsey ........................... 7374 18.25
Mar. 26- A. L. Anvil ............................ 7225 24.75
Mar. 26-R. C. Hicks ........... ................ 6810 3.75
Mar. 26--J. L. Robinson ......................... 7451 2.25
Mar. 26-D. W. McLeod .......................... 7448 22.50
Mar. 26- W. J, Todd ............................. 6967 13.0'
Mar. 26- A. P. Johntry ......................... 7132 10.75
Mar. 26- W. R. Jackson ......................... 7123 30.75
Mar. 26- J. R. Gilbert ........................... 7285 9.25
Mar. 26- J. LaRoche ............................ 7196 1.00
Mar. 26-T. B. Clayton .......................... 7097 24.25
Mar. 26-A. H. Grant ........................... 1101 70.25












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Paid. In favor of. Warrant. Amount.
Mar. 26- J. N. Tolar ............................ 7277 32.73
Mar. 26- V. Schmelz ............................. 7110 2.60
Mar. 26-W. J. Burns ... ...................... 6852 4.00
Mar. 26- J. Y. Pennington ....................... 7305 7.50
Mar. 6--J. Fugate .............................. 7217 25
Mar. 26-Mrs. A. Jacobs ......................... 7377 3.25
Mar. 26- C. M. Stokes ........................... 7068 5.25
Mar. 26- S. P. Vann ............................. 6903 5.25
Mar. 26- J. P. Taylor ............................ 7067 24.75
Mar. 26- J. W. Fielding .......................... 6935 12.00
Mar. 26- Mrs. B. T. Harrell ....................... 7193 2.00
Mar. 26-F. R. Schenck .......................... 7404 4.25
Mar. 26-R. T. Daniel .......................... 6916 16.00
Mar. 26- C. J. Marshall .......................... 7109 6.75
Mar. 26- J. Evers ............................... 7464 22.25
Mar. 26-J. F. Warren ........................... 7315 8.00
Mar. 26-D. J. Sparks ........................... 6883 11.00
Mar. 26- E. D. Rou ............................. 7052 4.25
Mar. 26-P. M. Crawford ......................... 7290 1.25
Mar. 26-Mrs. F. C. W. rramer ................... 7373 21.50
Mar. 26-J. W. Glisson ........................... 7130 4.75
Mar. 26-E. W. Howe ............................ 7275 24.75
Mar. 26- F. A. Lynch ........................... 6970 .75
Mar. 26-Mrs. D. C. Munson ...... ................. 6945 3.25
Mar. 26-J. R. Dowd, Jr............................ 7179 4.25
Mar. 26- R. G. Funk ............................ 7449 112.00
Mar. 26- G. J. Frese ............................. 7247 13.75
Mar. 26- J. E. Merrill ........................... 7245 3.00
Mar. 26-F. S. Witherby ......................... 7241 11.5u
Mar. 26-- R. Ware ............................. 7150 9.25
Mar. 26- J. C. Mosshart ......................... 7317 3.00
Mar. 26-W. W. Bragdon ......................... 7356 13.75
Mar. 26- W. L. Pridgen .......................... 7204 3.50
Mar. 26-W. R. Warren .......................... 7262 85.00
Mar. 26S. H. Strom ............................. 6987 11.75
Mar. 26-W. T. Chapin .......................... 7019 10.25
Mar. 26-E. K. Walker ...... .................... 7078 29.25
Mar. 26- W. L. Gable ............................ 7463 3.00
Mar. 26-J. B. Dowling .......................... 7443 20.25
Mar. 2d-W. A. Swearingen ....................... 6956 2.75
Mar. 26-J. M. Trammell ......................... 7337 42.00
Mar. 26-L. L. Lopkins ........................... 7427 9.21
Mar. 26-H. C. Sistrunk .......................... 7264 23.75.
Mar. 26-Mrs. J. M. Goin ......................... 7035 5.50
Mar. 26-J. T. Neal ............................... 6816 2.75
Mar. 26-D. Rose ........ .... .................... 7121 4.25
Mar. 26-J. J. Decker .......................... 7397 3.75
Mar. 26- A. M. Lopez ............. ........... .... 7286 4.50
Mar. 26-K. Bessent ............................... 7129 3.25
Mar. 26-Mrs. F. A. Williams .................... 7466 4.25
Mar. 26-A. B. Jarrell ......................... 7057 12 00
Mar. 26-J. A. Landrum .......................... 7089 4.00
Mar. 26-E. T. Stewart ............... .... .. ..... 6884 4.75
Mar. 26-M. P. Matheney ......................... .7199 / 1225












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Paid. In favor of. Warrant. Amount.
Mar. 26- J. W. Futch ............................ 6942 4.00
Mar. 26- Mrs. W. Barrett ........................ 6982 4.00
Mar. 26-B. B. Letchworth ......................... .7223 1.50
Mar. 2 --F. C. Zall .............................. 7050 5.50
Mar. 26- R. R. Brown ........................... 7149 12.75
Mar. 26-H. B. Brown ........................... 7095 13.75
Mar. 26-S. T. Duckworth ........................ 7096 3.00
Mar. 26-Mrs. J. L. Allison ....................... 7189 10.75
Mar. 26--C. W. Eggart ........................... 7279 121.50
Mar. 26--Mrs. W. H. liapoles ..................... 7297 8.75
Mar. 26-F. P. Goodwin ......................... 7075 9.00
Mar. 26- A. E. Sounds ........................... 7135 9S25
Mar. 26-W. W. Williams ......................... 7386 14.25
Mar. 26- E. F. Allbough ......................... 7253 24.75
Mar. 26- H. J. Henderson ........................ 6876 8.75
Mar. 26- A. H. Hilson ........................... 6855 17.00
Mar. 26- J. W. Nelson ........................... 7023 8.25
Mar. 26- C. Dykes ................................ 7024 6.25
Mar. 26-F. M. Cooper ........................... 7113 3.75
Mar. 26-W. J. Williams ......................... 7005 43.25
Mar. 26- W. C. Jones ............................ 7329 13.00
Mar. 26- H. E. Majors ........................... 6958 3.25
Mar. 26- J. T. 'Adams ............................ 6955 2.25
Mar. 26- G. W. Johnson ......................... 7172 8.25
Mar. 26-Mrs. B. P. Edge ............. ........ 7298 10.50
Mar. 26- A. E. Kelley ............................ 6964 4.50
Mar. 26- W. H. Martin .......................... 6823 5.50
Mar. 26- E. D. Pigott ........................... 6860 7.50
Mar. 26- W Page ............................... 6869 6.25
Mar. 26-L. M. Thompson ........................ 7392 2.50
Mar. 26- R. W. Madry ........................... 7076 2.00
Mar. 26-R. B. McFeeters ........................ 7094 6.25
Mar. 27- L. Ross ................................ 6829 2.50
Mar. 27-Mrs. M. E. Maddox ........ .............. 7203 1.25
Mar. 27- J. W. Caldwell ......................... 7365 2.75
Mar. 27- N. S. Hall ............................. 7266 3.00
Mar. 27- J. T. Hunter ........................... 7261 3.25
Mar. 27- E. L. Wade ............................ 7294 29.50
Mar. 27-L. M. Ballinger ......................... 6906 9.0J
Mar. 27- W. H. Williams ........................ 6927 3.00
Mar. 27- A. F. Jones ............................ 7134 5.75
Mar. 27- W. F. Rogers ........................... 7468 4.25
Mar. 27- R. M. Byrne ............................ 7368 3.00
Mar. 27- N. T. English ................... ......... 7361 3.75
Mar. 7-Mrs. R. M. Callahan ................... .. 7367 5.50
Mar. 27- 0. W. Weeks ........................... 6981 5.00
Mar. 27-Mrs. M. E. Easters ..................... 7213 3.50
Mar. 27-W. H. Bawls ............................ 7348 7.50
Mar. 27- H. A. Boyle ............................ T341 7.00
Mar. 27- C. H. Show ............................ 6892 3.00
Mar. 27-8.1 A. Cottingham ....................... 6898 2.00
Mar. 27- J. W. Owens ........................... 7465 12.5)
Mar. 27-J. A. Mobley ......................:..... 7291 2.25
Mar. 27-- B. Croft ........................... 7350 5.25













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Paid. In favor of. Warrant. Amount.
Mar. 27-Mrs. J. C. Perkins ....................... 7366 8.25
Mar. 27-H. W. Martin ........................... 6926 3.00
Mar. 27- T. Roberts ............................. 7349 9.25
Mar. 27-M. Remsat ............................. 7348 23.0)
Mar. 27- G. H. Barber ........................... 7185 .75
Mar. 27- L. A. Carter ........................... 7186 2.00
Mar. 27- M. Baxley ............................. 7395 .25
Mar. 27-J. W. Wentworth ....................... 7418 2.50
Mar. 27- F. J. Lourier ........................... 6973 2.75
Mar. 27- P. M. Green ............................ 7125 3.50
Mar. 27-W. S. Whitney ........................... 7306 8.00
Mar. 27- J. J. Beatty ...................... .... 1304 25.25
Mar. 27- J. S. Barnes ............................ 7133 1.00
Mar. 27- W. M. Davis ............................ 7240 37.25
Mar. 27- M. C. Ware ...........................* 7248 28.25
Mar. 27-J. S. Brocksmith ....................... 7244 3.50
Mar. 27-Mrs. E. A. Crumpton .................... 7045 2.50
Mar. 27- J. H. Anderson ......................... 6974 3.50
Mar. 27-J. S. Goodbread ........................... 7334 19.75
Mar. 27- G. D. Kennedy .......................... 7385 11.00
Mar. 27- J. M. Mier ............................. 6887 4.75
Mar. 27- G. E. Messer ............................ 7440 32.50
Mar. 27- S. Bard ................................ 7303 4.75
Mar. 27-C. G. Oldfatlier ......................... 7276 26.75
Mar. 27- J. D. King .............................. 7153 2.75
Mar. 27- J. P. Wilson ............................ 7198 22.25
Mar. 27- W J. Rawls ........................... 6957 6.75
Mar. 27- D. J. Mason ............................ 7333 27.00
Mar. 27- P. Dade ............................... 7296 1.00
Mar. 27- G. H. Long ............................ 7226 3.00
Mar. 27-Mrs. W. Reeves ......................... 7224 5.25
Mar. 27- C. E. Lucius ............................ 7042 6.25
Mar. L--Mrs. R. M. Martin ............... ........ 7013 4.00
Mar. 27- D. F. Cox .............................. 7355 .25
Mar. 27- C. M. Mathews .......................... 6912 .75
Mar. 27- G. E. Smith ............................ 7051 4.25
Mar. 27- W. G. Hinson ........................... 6879 9.25
Mar. 27- E. W. Wright ........................... 6965 1.25
Mar.. 27- J. W. Leavins ......................... 157 4.00
Mar. 27- C. L. Nichols ........................... 7160 7.25
Mar. 27- C. L. Calhoun .......................... 7439 9.00
Mar. 27- L. T. Galphin .......................... 7884 21.55
Mar. 27- P. A. Brinson .......................... 7331 6.75
Mar. 27-J. E. Hanks ........................... 6992 7.25
Mar. 28- B. E. Statl ............................ 7243 3.00
Mar. 28-Mrs. J. A. Dixon ................... .... 7461 1.75
Mar. 28-B. G. Ingram ........................... 7371 5.50
Mar. 28-A. Umstead ........................... 7098 9.25
Mar. 28-C. M. Fielding .......................... 7148 21.50
Mar. 28- L. Taylor ..................... ........ 7232 11.00
Mar. 28-Mrs. L. I. Weningart .................... 7128 3.50
Mar. 28- Z. Brantley ..................... ....... 7462 6.00
Mar. 28- H. W Gill ............................. 7r287 3.00'
Mar. 28- J. H. Harris ........................... 6824 2.25














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Paid. In favor of. Warrant. Amount.
Mar. 28-N. P. Meyers ........................... 7140 2.75
Mar. 28-Mrs. E. D. Thomas ......... ............. 7249 2.50
Mar. 28-H. J. Ioener ........................... 7292 15.00
Mar. 28--G. C. Bryan ...... ..................... 734( 5.50
Mar. 28- R. R. Ware ............................. 7435 58.75
Mar. 28- Crofford .............................. 7194 2.50
Mar. 28- G. W Hall .............................. 5199 27.75
Mar. 28- G. Sumter ..........:................... '. 195 11.25
Mar. 28- W S. Yearty ........................... 6931 2.50
Mar. 28-N. A. Mathews ......................... 7284 7.25
Mar. 28--C. C. Womble .......................... 6911 5.25
Mar. 28- H. S. Hodges ........................... 7152 1.25
Mar. 28- A. S. Wallace .......................... 6822 2.00
Mar. 28-W. C. Qampton ......................... 7431 5.21
Mar. 28- C. S. Hatchett .......................... 7437 8.50
Mar. 28- R. W. Akins ........................... 7281 9.75
Mar. 28-M. D. Graham .......................... 6817 3.00
Mar. 28- D. J. Richards ......................... 7215 3.25
Mar. 28-F. O. Grossman ......................... 6920 9.00
Mar. 28--A. Gaheen ............................. 7201 1.75
Mar. 28- H. S. Hinson ........................... 6979 2.75
Mar. 28- W. S. Wev ............................. 7274 26.00
Mar. 28- W C. Tolar ............................. 7139 .75
Mar. 28-C. A. Lindner ........................... 7412 2.75
Mar. 28- W. B. Stott ............................ 7083 5.75
Mar. 28-J. Hicks .............................. 7142 7.50
Mar. 28- G. J. Perkins ........................... 7252 1.00
Mar. 28- W. A. Truitt ........................... 7447 3.25
Mar. 28-W. C. G. Kilgore ........................ 7271 11.75
Mar. 28- W Nichols ............................. 7033 5.75
Mar. 28- W. C. Credle ........................... 7432 12.50
Mar. 28- Z. Crumpton ........................... 7048 1.00
Mar. 28- M. Parker .............................. 7034 5.50
Mar. 28-J. D. Burnett .......................... 6905 19.50
Mar. 28- G. E. Pringle .......................... .. 445 5.00
Mar. 28-W. A. Breman .......................... 7238 11.25
Mar. 28- R. V. Ankeny .......................... 7120 3.00
Mar. 28- N. C. Jorgenson ........................ 7117 3.50
Mar. 28- W A. Ball ............................. 7236 8.00
Mar. 28- G. E. Plant ............................. 7235 .25
Mar. 28- C. N. Hall. ............................. 7237 6.75
Mar. 28-W. W. Dunnicliff ....................... 6899 10.25
Mar. 28- E. Moore ............................... 7413 4.00
Mar. 28-0. C. Husband .......................... 7283 16.25
Mar. 28-C. H. Pennington ....................... 7268 6.50
Mar. 28-A. R..Marsh ............. ............ 7077 2.00
Mar. 78-T. J. McKnight ......................... 7211 3.00
Mar. 28-B. G. Hancock ...................... ........ 7338 3.00
Mar. 28-H. & W. B. Drew Co...................... 7865 39.95
Mir. 28- Bralnol Mfg. ............................. 7866 2.50
,Mar. 28-Western Union Tel. Co.................... 7861 12.46
Mar. 28- J. D. Hogan ............................ 7825 4.00
Mar. 28- G. W. Simons ......................... 7883 73.20
Mar. 28- B. L. Arms ............................. 7871 50.28













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Paid. In favor of. Warrant. Amount.
Mar. 28-J. DeFrehns ............................ 7320 6.50
Mar. 28-W. A. Alderman ......................... .7425 4.75
Mar. 28- A. A. Brook ............................ 6868 2.25
Mar. 28- R. F. Leedy ............................ 7289 .75
Mar. 28- J. F. Brannon ......................... 7093 1.75
Mar. 28- J. L. W ills ............................. 7146 9.25
Mar. 28-M. Melzer ................. ........... 7131 5.00
Mar. 28-W. A. Warner .......................... 6846 3.00
Mar. 28- A. L. Garrett ........................... 7328 7.75
Mar. 28- F. W. Hoskins ......................... 7184 2.75
Mar. 28-Mrs. M. W. Goode .................. ..... 7234 6.75
Mar. 28- G. Carter .............................. 7457 18.25'
Mar. 28- J. A. Lynch ............................ 7873 151.25
Mar. 28- W. H. Gillette .......................... 7870 43.75
Mar. 28- N. Alford .............................. 7424 7.25
Mar. 28-Ellis Curtis & Kooker .... ... ......... .... 7856 2.06
Mar. 28- C. C. IIooten ......................... 6918 4.25
Mar. 28- W. T. Earnest .......................... 6998 6.25
Mar. 28- A. O. Botts ............................ 7114 7.75
Mar. 28-H. Clifton ............................. / 7171 11.00
Mar. 28- A. W. Hogue ........................../ 7239 7.00
Mar. 28-J. W. Purcell ............................ 7316 10.50
Mar. 28- Mrs. J. M. Miller ....................... 7324 5.25
Mar. 28- W. H. Henley .......................... 7091 .50
Mar. 28-E. H. Jernigan ........................... 7022 11.00
Mar. 29-Star Auto Co. ........................... 7854 69.20
Mar. 29- E. D. Fussell ........................... 7103 3.75
Mar. 29- J. O. Jameson ......................... 7119 3.50
Mar. 29-L. C. Smith & Bros. Typewriter Co ......... 7889 4.00
Mar. 29- K. A. Leitner ........................... 6925 3.25
Mar. 29- J. S. Driggers .......................... .7151 6.25
Mar. 29- D. F. Morrison ......................... 6850 .75
Mar. 29- W. H. Turner .......................... 6844 8.75
Mar. 29- H. D. Taylor ........................... 7375 18.75
Mar. 29-H. I. Thompson ......................... 7434 15.25
Mar. 29- J. M. Duncan .......................... 6983 .75
Mar. 28- J. E. Pittman .......................... 7376 35.00
Miar. 29-D. H. Adams .......................... 7092 4.25
Mar. 29- C. A. O'Quinn .......................... 6971 82.50
Mar. 29-C. W. Forrester ............................ 7307 32.25
Mar. 29- J. W. Nettles ............................ 7265 3.50
Mar. 29-A. W. Underwood ....................... 7877 80.01
Mar. 29- H. Davis .............................. 7010 2.75
Mar. 29- H. H. Haddock ......................... .(55 8.75
Mar. 28- M. W hidden ............................ 7426 1.75
Mar. 29- T. H. Stone ........................... 7017 5.50
Mar. 29- J. N. Harrell ........................... 7460 11.00
Mar. 29- C. W Cone ............................. 7269 2.25
Mar. 29- D. H. Osburn ........................... 7872 78.46
Mar. 29- L. A. Hogan ............................. 6889 4.00
Mar. 29- C. C. Gamis ............................ 7055 4.75
Mar. 29- J. S. Bunn ............................. 7846 18.25
Mar. 29-Mrs. M. F. Ballard ...................... .7108 5.00
Mar. 29- W Ballard ............................. 7106 g.50
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Paid. In favor of. Warrant. Amount.
Mar. 29-G. F. Andrews ........................... 6936 20.25
Mar. 29- J. H. Hogan ........................... 7438 9.50
Mar. 29- J. R. Alsobrook ......................... 7844 10.75
Mar. 29- C. A. Hooks ............................ 7188 9.75
Mar. 29-H. I. Hamilton ........................ 6853 4.75
Mar. 29- H. G. Atrell ............................ o893 12.00
Mar. 29- P. F. Lisk ............................. 7040 6.75
Mar. 29-H. D. Matthews ........................ 7041 3.50
Mar. 29-Mrs. J. T. Wallace ....................... 6915 1.00
Mar. 29-W. W. McDonnell ....................... 5960 100.00
Mar. 29-Towers Hardware Co. ..................... 7887 11.85
Mar. 29- L. Causey .............................. 7124 1.50
Mar. 29- P. Gordy .............................. 7442 3.25
Mar. 29- C. A. Hilliard .......................... 7383 7.25
Mar. 29- R. P. Barfield ......................... 7079 4.75
Mar. 29- E. Clifton ............................. 6975 1.50
Mar. 29- Mrs. B. Driggers ......................... 6933 / 8.50
Mar. 29- C. L. Dohn ............................ 7154 26.25
Mar. 29-Mrs. J. W. Prevatt .................... 6939 3.75
Mar. 29- R. P. Wright .......: ................... 7240 8.50
Mar. 29-R. E. Ewing ............................ 7409 1.75
Mar. 29- J. A. Pitt .............................. 7352 4.00
Mar. 29-C. A. McKuraham ...................... 7360 2.25
Mar. 29-W. C. Hayman ........................... 7069 3.50
Mar. 29-Tampa Tribune Pub. Co .................. 7867 437.25
Mar. 29- J. M. Jennings ......................... 7070 2.00
Mar. 29- G. H. Dalgety .......................... 7406 6.00
Mar. 29-Mrs. F. C. Benedict .................... 7394 5.25
Mar. 29- L. D. Baldwin .......................... 6952 5.00
Mar. 29- E. L. Lipsey ............................ 7144 4.50
Mar. 29-Bettes Pharmacy ....................... 7864 3.23
Mar. 29-Jacksonville Gas Co. ..................... 7857 24.62
Mar. 29- H. E. Pickett .......................... 7046 3.50
Mar. 29-Fla. Times Union ....................... 7891 25.00
Mar. 29- H. McCall ............................. 7000 6.00
Mar. 29- R. A. Brink ............................ 7878 25.15
Mar. 29- .T. W. Bertram ......................... 7021 4.25
Mar. E9- J. R. Nelson ............................ 7155 5.00
Mar. 29- E. A. Treadwell ........................ 6961 5.00
Mar. 29-Mrs. J. T. Evans ....................... 7312 11.25
Mar. 29t-W. H. Mays ........................... 7398 17.00
Mar. 29- G. N. Gentry ........................... T7058 3.00
Mar. 29-J. E. Bradley........................... 7038 19.25
Mar. 29- E. L. Billingsley ........................ 6928 9.50
Mar. 29- B. F. Page ............................. 7073 4.00
Mar. 29- 0. P. Hall ............................. 7072 6.75
Mar. 29-Dally and Weekly Democrat................ 7879 7.50
Mar. 31- E. C. Powell ........................... 7436 23.00
Mar. 31- Mrs. F. F. Searle ....................... 7834 3.00
Mar. 31- S. C. Anderson ......................... 6951 4.75
Mar. 31- W. D. Evans ........................... 6901 4.00
Mar. 31- A. J. Johnson ........................... 7855 5.75
Mar. 31-Mrs. L. L. Owens' ....................... 7009 4.00
Mar. 31-C. G. Townsend ........................ 7081 8.00















Paid. In favor of. Warrant. Amount.
Mar. 31- J. O. Johnson .......................... 7311 7.75
Mar. 31- R. P. Byrd ............................. 6954 3.00
Mar. 31-M. Sapp ................. ................. 7848 9.50
Mar. 31-H. Van W. Myer ........................ 7228 2.00
Mar. 31-E. A. Johnson ............................ 910 4.25
Mar. 31-M. E. McCollough ......................... 7086 3.50
Mar. 31- W. J. Smith ........................... 7300 1.00
Mar. 31- H. Click ........................ ...... 0828 2.25
Mar. 31-R. L. Swindel ........................... 7295 1.25
Mar. 31- J. G. Bird ........................... .. 7840 .75
Mar. 31- S. E. Livingston ........................ 7345 13.25
Mar. 31- C. B. Allen ............................ 7845 14.25
Mar. 31- L. W ard ............................... 7339 4.25
Mar. 31- J. H. Herndon ......................... 7119 1.50
Mar. 31- D. W. Moore ........................... 7288 4.75
Mar. 31-II. & W. B. Drew Co..................... 7979 4.00
Mar. 31-W. H. Edmonson ....................... 6968 3.00
Mar. 31- A. Milligan ............................ 7272 f3.25
Mar. 31- Mrs. H. Roe ............................ 6836 8.00
Mar. 31- L. L. Hine ............................. 7314 6.25
Mar. 31-W. E. Connell .......................... 7061 19.25
Mar. 31-Tampa Water Works .................... 7868 -1.25
Mar. 31- .1. H. Killop ........................... 7322 6.25
Mar. 31-T. J. Parker ............................... 7301 8.75
Mar. 31- M. Brown ............................. 7302 2.25
Mar. 31- U. S. Martin ........................... 6897 1.75'
Mar. 31- A. C. Albritton ......................... 7178 5.00
Mar. 31- C. V. Parkinson ........................ 7020 4.50
Mar. 31--A. J. Long ............................. 7006 8.75
Mar. 31- Mrs. L. S. Leavitt ............... ....... 7849 6.50
Mar. 31- J. C. Summers ......................... 7429 1.50
Mar. 31- W. H. Chappell ........................ 7011 5.75
Mar. 31- J. A. Yates ............................ 7191 5.25
Mar. 31- C. A. Sharpe .................... .... 7321 17.75
Mar. 31- B. H. James ............................ 7141 4.75
Mar. 31-R. W. A. Duncan ....................... 7336 5.75
Mar. 31- C. F. Jester ........................... 7210 3.75
Mar. 31- T. Woodberry ........................... 6989 4.25
Mar. 31-Taylor Drug Co. ......................... 7885 35.50
Mar. 31--J. Maxwell ...................... .... 7310 13.25
Mar. 31- F. E. Smith ............................ 7251 ..25
Mar. 31-J. R. Trigg ............................. 7456 4.50
S Mar. 31-P. Thompson ................ ........... 7062 21.50
Mar. 31- H. L. Boughton ......................... 7458 .50
Mar. 31-W. P. Pemberton ....................... 7029 2.50
Mar. 31- J. G. Pearc. ............................ 7308 3.75
Mar. 31- E. Peacock ............................. 7892 47.50
Mar. 31- F. Carpenter ........................... 6980 4.00
Mar. 31- A. Mann ............................... 7369 5.00
Mar. 31- J. S. Godfrey ........................... 7362 3.50
Mar. 31- C. W. Talmadge ........................ 7122 3.25
Mar. 31-J. P. Howland, Jr....................... 6941 1.00
M ar. 31- R. Lee ................................. 6839 3.25
Mar. 31-F. M.Carlton ........................... 7026 5.00













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Paid. In favor of. Warrant. Amount.
Mar. 31- M. P. Bronson .......................... 7428 1.75
Mar. 31-Livingston-Yonge Co. ..................... 7965 3.90
Mar. 31-E. A. Martin Seed Co.................... 7963 6.50
Mar. 31- S. Slack ................................ 6904 1.25
Mar. 31- W. Monson ............................. 7384 .75
Mar. 31-Mrs. G. B. Linton ....................... 7833 3.75
Mar. 31- B. A. King ............................. 7446 5.50
Mar. 31- F. W Dale .............................. '7843 .50
Mar. 31-S. A. Cook .................. .......... 7977 10.00
Mar. 31-The Sign Shop ........................ 7978 43.40
Mar. 31- J. N. Rainey .......................... 7402 6.50
Mar. 31- B. L. Pinder ........................... 6948 3.00
Mar. 31- C. C. Patton ........................... 7180 6.00
Mar. 31-Logan Coal & Supply Co .................. 7862 20.00
Mar. 31- F. M. Harper .......................... 7205 .75
Mar. 31- L. L. Pratt ............................. 7161 13.75
Mar. 31- F. L. Tatom ........................... 7875 172.05
Mar. 31- J. J. W ard ............................. 7169 5.25
Apr. 1- R. J. Bush ............................. 7267 11.00
Apr. 1- W. M. McCurdy ......................... 6994 5.50
Apr. 1- W. L. Diamond ......................... 6900 9.50
Apr. 1- D. F. Gramllng ......................... 7221 10.50
Apr. 2- J. F. Cutchins .......................... 6953 3.25
Apr. 2-Mrs. L. B. Font ........................ 7015 12.25
Apr. 2- C. E. Grable ..... ........................ 7250 4.00
Apr. 2- F. Hagstrom ............................ 6864 4.75
Apr. 2- H. D. Venters ........................... 7968 35.02
Apr. 2-Roesch Paper Co. .................. ....... 7964 3.00
Apr. 2-R. T. Joughin & Co....................... 7869 30.18
Apr. 2- A. M. Davis ............................ 7137 3.00
Apr. 2-Western Union Tel. Co................... 7970 8.10
Apr. 2-Tribune Pub. Co. ......................... 7971 550.00
Apr. 2- J. H. Coffee ............................ 5961 25.00
Apr. 2- H. D. Mann ............................ 7143 6.50
Apr. 2-- J. F. Kilpatrick ......................... 6842 7.25
Apr. 2- J. T. Russell ........................... 6924 3.00
Apr. 2- J. N. Smith ............................ 7423 .50
Apr. 2- Mrs. S. S.| Johnson ..................... 7422 2.25
Apr. 2-M. D. Mashburn ........................ 6882 3.25
Apr. 2- Mrs. C. C. Cook ......................... 7417 .75
Apr. 2- J. W. Gordon ............................ 7444 5.50
Apr. 2- A. M. O'Hara ........................... 7441 15.75
Apr. 2- P. F. Stange ............................ 7309 3.00
Apr. 2-L. F. Lawrence ... ................... 7230 1.50
Apr. 2- H. H. Fox .............................. 1967 91.29
Apr. 2- A. Wynne .............................. 7037 5.25
Apr. 2- F. Sears ............................... 6908 4.75
Apr. 2- J. I. Brown ............................. 7002 1.75
Apr. 2- J. W. Vann ............................. 7059 6.75
Apr. 2- J. W Vann ............................. 7984 67.25
Apr. 2- E. N. Cooper .......................... 7177 3.00
Apr. 2-Mrs. P. T. Randall ....................... 7039 4.50
Apr. 2- 0. R. Linton ........................... 6938 18.75
Apr. 2-W. E. Mann ......................... ..7060 20.00














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Paid. In favor of. Warrant. Amount.
Apr. 2- Mrs. R. E. Lyle ......................... .6968 .25
Apr. 2- J. E. Pittman .......................... 6988 10.00
Apr. 2- M. Fedn ............................... 7016 6.75
Apr. 2- S. A. Barnwell ......................... 7827 1.00
Apr. 2-Jackson Printing Co. ..................... 7863 52.50
Apr. 2-W. M. Mathews ......................... 7216 3.15
Apr. 2- C. L. Jones ............................. 7159 11.25
Apr. 2-W. M. Nichols .......................... 7192 14.75
Apr. 2- C. A Porter ............................ 7090 2.75
Apr. 2- D. V Palmer .......................... 7176 7.75
Apr. 2-F. H. Thomas Co. ........................ 7880 25.57
Apr. 2-Mrs. M. Williams ........................ 7085 4.75
Apr. 2- Mrs. A. J. Bolton ....................... 7323 4.75
Apr. 2- H. T. Eckles ........................... 7343 4.50
Apr. 2- A. Sassard ............................. 7087 4.00
Apr. 2- C. C. Hall .............................. 7207 3.75
Apr. 2- W. H. Bryan ............................ 7874 92.25
Apr. 2- J. W Miller ............................ 6978 10.00
Apr. 2- C. L. Outlaw .......................... 6875 1.25
Apr. 2- J. F. Grice ............................. 7170 4.50
Apr. 2- A. D. Price ............................. 7001' 5.75
Apr. 2- E. M. Penney ........................... 7459 22.0C
Apr. 2- J. R. Blocker ........................... 7330 1125
Apr. 3-T. R. Stevens ............................ 0922 3.50
Apr. 3- L. T. Galhpin ........................... 8242 208.33
Apr. 3- J. Sanborn ............................. 6902 3.00
Apr. 3- R. Gwattney ............................ 7364 3.75
Apr. 3- W. W. Chandler ......................... 6896 2.50
Apr. 3- W. W. Chandler ......................... 6830 1.50
Apr. 3-0. M. Davidson ......................... 7835 8.00
Apr. 3-R. G. Albury Towel Supply ................ 7976 1.50
Apr. 2- D. Bain ................................ 6921 3.25
Apr. 2- M. H. Brown ........................... 6819 3.25
Apr. 2-G. W. Ream ........................... 7829 1.00
Apr. 3- A. R. Stiles ............................ 7107 3.75
Apr. 3- C. W. Stewart .......................... 7220 3.00
Apr. 3-L. Farnsworth ........................... 8027 3.75
Apr. 3- D. W alker .............................. 7969 8.00
Apr. 3- E. Jackson ............................. 7032 5.00
Apr. 3- F. L. Cubbedge ......................... 7127 5.75
Apr. 3- T. W. Hale ............................ 6984 3.00
Apr. .3- P. G. Brown ........................... 7346 10.50
Apr. 3- P. K. Wartman ......................... 7433 11.75
Apr. 3-Mrs. M. A. Frost ........................ 7860 5.00
Apr. 3- L. W. Gilliam ........................... 7246 2.75
Apr. 3- H. M. Fulgham ......................... 7832 9.75
Apr. 3-J. M. Philpot .......................... 7012 7.75
Apr. 3--. E. Wilkinson ......................... 7259 5.25
Apr. 3- G. A. Prevatt ........................... 7270 9.00
Apr. 3- C. M. Swan ............................ 6950 4.00
Apr. 3- J. H. Baisden ........................... 7319 4.50
Apr. 3- R. B. Brock ............................. 7258 7.25
Apr. 3- E. M. Earnest .......................... 7940 17.00
Apr. 3-F. V. Owen ............................ 7842 4.00













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Paid. In favor of. Warrant. Amount.
Apr. 3- C. Prewitt .............................. 6949 1.75
Apr. 3-M. A. Boyett ................... ....... 7007 3.25
Apr. 3-M. T. McMillan ............... ............ 6999 3.25
Apr. 3- J. D. Shaw ............................. 6877 1.50
Apr. 3- W. E. Hulion ........................... 7167 4.00
Apr. 3- C. Williamson .......................... 7233 7.25
Apr. 3-Mrs. J. W. Kierce ....................... 7326 18.75
Apr. 4-W. G. Hays ............................ 7407 5.75
Apr. 4- H. 0. Snow ............................. 88 141.57
Apr. 4-Mrs. D. Haley .......................... 1084 4.50
Apr. 4-Mrs. W. P. Williamson ................... 6914 2.00
Apr. 4- C. T. Frecker ............. ......... 7939 48.40
Apr. 4-A. C. Hamblin ......................... 7973 41.32
Apr. 4- J. W Little ............................ 7960 4.75
Apr. 4-T. N. Crews ............................ 7414 3.00
Apr. 4- L. A. Tolar ............................ 7836 4.50
Apr. 4-J. E. Turnipseed ....................... 7158 1.75
Apr. 4-Mrs. A. W. Woodward ................... 7430 2.50
Apr. 4-Southern Express Co. ..................... .886 22.05
Apr. 4-A. McCormick .......................... 7183 8.50
Apr. 4-H. A. Roberts ........................... 7344 .25
Apr. 4- E. L. Dyall .................... ........ 6849 .50
Apr. 4-B. L. Arms ........................... ........ 8217 229.16
Apr. 4-C. W. Hepperlen ........................ 8216 166.66
Apr. 4-A. McC oy ............................. 8220 60.00
Apr. 4- P. Griffith ............................. 8214 125.00
Apr. 24-G. W. Simons ......................... 8219 229.16
Apr. 4- H. H. Bard ...................... ... ....... 7841 .25
Apr. 4-D. J. Pawlette ............................. 6831 9.25
Apr. 4- L. J. Berryman .......................... 6932 3.25
Apr. 4- R. D. Barze ............................ 7282 8.25
Apr. 4-W. J. Franklin .......................... 7145 6.00
Apr. 4- Li L. Lanier ................. ........... 7018 3.00
Apr. 4-J. Sellars ............................... 6959 3.50
Apr. 4-Mrs. J. D. Howell ....................... 6894 2.50
Apr. 4-A. E. Williams ......................... 6821 4.50
Apr. 4-A. 0. Cooley ...................... ......... 7111 3.25
Apr. 5- A. L. Tolman ........................... 8223 75.00
Apr. 5-M. C. Cone ............. .... ............ 6977 3.50
Apr. 5-V. H. Gwinn ............................ 8247 229.16
Apr. 5- J. H. Crane ............................ 7372 10.75
Apr. 5- A. F. Tucker ............................ 7003 3.50
Apr. 5- A. K. Albrltton ......................... 7828 1.75
Apr. 5-R. T. Russell ........................... 6923 1.75
Apr. 5-W. H. English .................... ...... 7942 7.50
Apr. 5-Tripure Water Co. ....................... 7975 1.50
Apr. 5- J. Hicks ............................... 7064 3.75
Apr. 5-Mrs. L. Combass ........................ 6825 3.25
Apr. 5-Mrs. R. E. Abel ......................... 6814 7.00
Apr. 5- S. T. Corbett ........................... 7839 17.50
Apr. 5-A. W. Underwood ...................... 8244 229.16
Apr. 5-Peninsular Tel. Co. ...................... 7974 7.00
Apr. 5- R. I. Gordon ....... ................... 8208 150.00
Apr. 5-B. C. Blanton ........................... 7948 7.75












45

Paid. In favor of. Warrant. Amount.
Apr. 5- B. H. Scott ............................. 7231 5.25
Apr. 5--D.,H. Osburn ........................... 8236 125.00
Apr. 5-H. D. Venters .......................... 8209 200.00
Apr. 5- M. Beane .............................. 8805 50.00
Apr. 5- C. T. Curry ............................. 6907 3.00
Apr. 5-D. Martin .............................. 8229 25.00
Apr. 5- Mrs. J. L. Dane......................... 7036 12.75
Apr. 5-E. Van Hood ............................ 8200 125.00
Apr. 5- D. Bridier .............................. 8233 100.00
Apr. 5- G. W Hall ............................. 7260 3.00
Apr. 5-A. N. Williams ......................... 8009 8.75
Apr. 5- J. F. Harrington ........................ 7257 6.00
Apr. 5- M Kline .............................. 7953 1.50
Apr. 5-Mrs. I. C. Rehbinder ..................... 7187 9.50
Apr. 5- A. N. Williams ........................ 7054 1.25
Apr. 5- Mrs. J. E. Burke........................ 7859 3.00
Apr. 5- L. Starck ........................ ..... 8218 85.00
Apr. 5- M. Pellerin ............................. 8221 60.00
Apr. 5- D. L. Calvin ............................ 6878 6.50
Apr. 5-C. Stewart ...................... ........... 6832 5.75
Apr. 5-F. L. Tatm ............................ 8246 229.16
Apr. 5- W P. Rice ............................. 8237 62.50
Apr. 5- J. T. Merritt ........................... 6888 3.75
Apr. 5- A. C. Felming ........................... 7115 5.00
Apr. 5- G. A. Brink ............................ 8203 166.66
Apr. 5- C. U. Alford ........................... 7945 7.25
Apr. 5-J. C. Boyle ..................... ........ 8201 40.00
Apr. 5-Mrs. I. M. Br'nk......................... 8202 20.00
Apr. 7- J. Keely ............................... 8240 2J8.33
Apr. 7- J. Keely ............................... 7876 10.73
Apr. 7-W. L. Blanton .......................... 7065 5T75
Apr. 7- H. H. Fox ............................. 8248 208.33
Apr. 7-N. Wigg'esworth ........................ 7947 6.50
Apr. 7-Mrs. O. Layton ......................... 8196 10.00
Apr. 7- J. Dyer ................................ 7293 3.50
Apr. 7-C. T. Young ............................ 8239 183.33
Apr. 7- H. Miles ............................... 8206 50.00
Apr. 7- J. M. Roberts ............................ 7004 2.25
Apr. 7-W. W. Woolfolk ........................ 7336 9.25
Apr. 7- A. R. Dickman .......................... 7831 3.75
Apr. 7- M. Thomas ............................. 8210 35.00
Apr. 7- J. Lovett ............................... 7949 3.00
Apr. 7- N. Hiachcock ........................... 8224 75.00
Apr. 7-F. -. LeRoche ......................... 7826 2.25
Apr. 7- H. P. Brown ............................ 8215 125.00
Apr. 7- R. Edwards ............................ 7962 4.75
Apr. 7- G. M. DeVries ........................... 7254 4.50
Apr. 7- J. A. Lynch ............................ 8235 125.00
Apr. 7- A. F. Johns ............................. 7954 6.75
Apr. 7- W. A. Turkette .......................... 7351 6.25
Apr. 7- C. A. Sauls ........................ 7008 3.00
Apr. 7- S. F. Flood ............................. 8231 150.00
Apr. 7-L. Sorgen .............................. 8222 60.00
Apr. 7- C. Morrisette ........................... 8212 35.00












46

Paid. In favor of. Warrant. Amount.
Apr. 7- L. Floyd ............................... 8211 35.00
Apr. 7-S. G. Thompson ......................... 8227 200.00
Apr. 7- W. R. Thomas .......................... 8228 55.00
Apr. 7- F. Russell .............................. 8213 65.00
Apr. 7- A. C. Emmons .......................... 8226 100.00
Apr. 7- H. Byrd ............................... 617 25.00
Apr. 7- S. J. Royals ............................ 6963 1.50
Apr. 7- J. M. McGee.............................. 7378 1.25
Apr. 7- Mrs. R. Roberts ........................ 6890 2.00
Apr. 8-J. R. Miller ............................. 7850 4.75
Apr. 8- W R. Nichols .......................... 7229 1.50
Apr. 9-A. H.. Holloway ......................... 6996 7.00
Apr. 9-M. Marsh ............................... 7102 3.00
Apr. 9- G. A. Dame ............................ 7882 108.53
Apr. 9- G. A. Dame ............................ 8245 229.16
Apr. 9-Marion Co. Hosp. Assn .................... 7858 193.18
Apr. 9- C. E. Hood .............................. 7403 20.00
Apr.. 9-W. R. Warren .......................... 8238 83.33
Aor. 9- J. J. Crawley ........................... 7071 4.50
Apr. 9-M. Valdespino ............................ .8207 75.00
Apr. 9-G. Whitford ,........................ ... 7966 220.34
Apr. 9- G. Whitford ............................ 8199 166.66
Apr. 9-L. P. Smallwood ........................ 7053 12.00
Apr. 9-W. H. Cox ............................. 8195 750.00
Apr. 9-A. C. Hamblin .......................... 8243 229.16
Apr. 9-D. W. McAllister ........................ 6934 3.50
Apr. 9-Mrs. R. V. Mickler ....................... 7066 16.50
Apr. 9-A. W. Underwood ....................... 8688 81.01
Apr. 9- P. Nelson .............................. 7219 3.00
Apr. 9-A. M. DeWitt .......................... 7956 12.50
Apr. 9-W. G. Potter ................ .......... 7104 3.00
Apr. 9- J. Rogers ............................... 8198 105.00
Apr. 9-Wm. Brayshaw ......................... 7401 3.00
Apr. J- R. A. Bemis ............................ 4777 7.50
Apr. 9- R. L. Rushing .......................... 7030 2.53
Apr. 9- J. R. Carswell .......................... 6966 2.50
Apr. lu-E. Helvenston .......................... .8230 85.00
Apr. 10-H. H. Whitehead ........................ 6813 .3.00
Apr. 10-P. H. Boland ........................... 6820 13.50
Apr. 10- C. L. Ninnicht .......................... 7352 3.50
Apr. 10-Mrs. R. C. Young .................. ..... 7837 4.75
Apr. 10- M. D. Rowell ............................ 7138 3.50
Apr. 10-Mrs. L. S. Banks ........................ 7943 3.00
Apr. 10- W. H. Scoville .......................... 7453 7.75
Apr. 10- V. Polk ................................ 7467 .25
Apr. 10- M. McLeod ............................. 6870 7.75
Apr. 11- F. P. Sills ............................. 7958 5.75
Apr. 11- W. Adams .............................. 7056 5.50
Apr. 11- S. Hartman ............................ 6891 3.75
Apr. 11- J. Horde ............................... 7218 3.00
Apr. 11- W. A. Bishop ........................... 6960 5.00
Apr. 11-E. C. King ............................. 7388 7.25
Apr. 12- J. Speer ............................... 6827 2.25
Apr. 12- H. Bardin .............................. 7363 7 25













47

Paid. In favor of. Warrant. Amount.
Apr. 12- A. Wynne .............................. 8482 9.00
Apr. 12-W. R. Dreher ........................... 7044 4.25
Apr. 12-N. E. Norwood ......................... 7405 32?
Apr. 12- W. Y. Douglass ......................... 6843 8.75
Apr. 12- W P. Frier ............................ 6815 3.75
Apr. 12- W P. Frier ............................ 7041 6.75
Apr. 12-Mrs. G. L. Carruth ...................... .. 6919 2.25
Apr. 12- S. Phillips ............................. 7847 /.25
Apr. 12- D. W. Tew ............................ 7031 6.25
Apr. 12- E. P. Elliott ............................ 7380 3.75
Apr. 12- J. S. Melvin ............................ 7852 125
Apr. 12- L. H. Fackler .......................... 7173 4.75
Apr. 12- W. H. Cox ............................. 9055 167.88
Apr. 17- S. F. Tucker ............................ 7408 3.75
Apr. 14- M. G. Meyer ............................ 7830 .75
Apr. 14- F. A. Roberts ........................... 7082 .75
Apr. 14-Tabulating Mch. Co. ...................... 7881 54.00
Apr. 15- T. B. Bishop ............................ 7957 2.50
Apr. 15-Mrs. O. H. Tanner ...................... 6848 6.25
Apr. 15--Mrs. J. W. Baggett, Jr. ................... 7327 7.00
Apr. 16- B, Lanier .............................. 6867 .50
Apr. 16- Mrs. H. A. Ross ........................ 6913 3.50
Apr. 16- R. I. Bradley ........................... 7263 9.50
Apr. 16- J. I. Mobley ............................ 6986 2.00
Apr. 16- H. H. Lapham .......................... 7342 2.75
Apr. 16-W. H. Bryan ............................ 8241 229.16
Apr. 16- R. Frey ................................ 7419 3.25
Apr. 17- 0. Gottfried ............................ 7416 ..25
Apr. 17-L. R. Campbell .......................... 8232 150.00
Apr. 17- J. G. Martin ........................... 6940 2.75
Apr. 17-Mrs. W. J. Myers ....................... 7420 2.00
Ajr. 17- W Kelsling ............................. 7961 3.50
Apr. 17- A. Laird ............................... 6962 4.50
Apr. 17- S. V. Coxetter .......................... 6937 19.75
Apr. 18- E. W. Burnette .......................... 7255 '8.00
Apr. 18- A. C. Armistead ......................... 7273 38.50
Apr. 18- Mrs. W. C. Pryor ........................ 6895 2.75
Apr. 18- D. B. Royals ........................... 7959 4.00
Apr. 18- C. Yates ............................... 7853 3.75
Apr. 18- M. P. Rushing .......................... 6866 7.25
Apr. 19- J. W. Storrs ............................ 6886 3.25
Apr. 19- J. Eberwein ............................ 7182 3.00
Apr. 19- W. H. Irwin ............................ 6943 2.25
Apr. 19- W. C. Arline ............................ 7063 5.50
Apr. 21-Burroughs Adding Mch. Co................ 7980 418.95
Apr. 21- G. W. Hendry .......................... 7197 6.50
Apr. 21- W. R. Patterson ..... ........... ........ 7126 4.75
Apr. 21-A. J. Montgomery ....................... 7946 1.50
Apr. 21- W. J. Chason ........................... T788 3.50
Apr. 21- F. E. Muller ............................ 6917 3.25
A0r. 21- A. Mailer .............................. 8197 10.00
Apr. 24- M. V. Baker ............................. 7014 5.75
Apr. 24-G. T. Nelson ........................... 7088 5.25
Apr. 24-J. B. Saunders ........................... 7116 5.50














48

Paid. In favor of. Warrant. Amount.
Apr. 24- W. A. Bushel ............................ 7851 2.50
Apr. 24-H. S. Stambough ........................ 7399 3.50
Apr. 25- H, Gordon .............................. 7047 6.50
Apr. 25- H. H. Fox .............................. 10077' 31.46
Apr. 25- F. H. Williams ......................... 7944 1.50
Apr. 25- F. Melton .............................. 7080 3.00
Apr. 25-C. Milburn ............................. 6854 4.75
Apr. 25- J. Law ................................. 8134 125.00
Apr. 25- F. W Hill .............................. 7318 4.50
Apr. 25- B. B. Saucy ............................ 950 3.00
Apr. 26-EE. Brown ............................ 6847 3.75
Apr. 28- E. C. Sullivan .......................... 7112 .50
Apr. 29- L. T. Galpin ........................... 10382 87.95
Apr. 29 F. M Edris ............................ 7202 1.25
Apr. 29-E. A. Martin Seed Co..................... 10358 6.00
Apr. 29-Groover-Stewart Drug Co. ............... 10359 1.85
Apr. 29- J. Wilkins .............................. 6909 4.25
Apr. 30- J. Q. Cromartie ......................... 6947 3.00
Apr. 30-L. C. Smith & Bro. T. Co .................. 10366 4:00
Apr. 30-Tench Mirror Plate Glass Co.............. 10351 22.50
Apr. 30-Postal Tel.-Cable Co. ..................... 10362 1.21
Apr. 30- P. J. Williams .......................... 7952 15.25
Apr. 30- M. S. Roberts ........................... 7421 3.00
Apr. 30-G. W. Simons, Jr ................. ....... 10284 25.89
Apr. 30-Western Union Tel. Co. .................. 10365 13.09
Apr. 30-Jacksonville Gas Co. ...................... 10306 25.24
Apr. 80- E. L. Hooks ............................ 7359 4.25
Apr. 30-Tampa Tribune Pub. Co ................. 10371 16.85
Apr. 30-Bettes Pharmacy ......................... 10357 3.24
Apr. 30-City Electric Light Plant ................. 10360 -16.14
Apr. 30- J. M. Brewton ..........................' 6995 7.00
May 1-J. A. Law ............................... 10376 48.68
May 1- D. Walker .............................. 10349 8.00
May 1-H. D. Venters ........................... 10386 38.37
May 1-Roesch Paper Co. ....................... 10369 37.97
May 1-Logan & White .......................... 10363 33.65
May 1-A. W. Underwood ........................ 10381 84.58
May 1-I. Bohannon ............................... 6841 3.25
May 1-Tampa Water Works Co .................. 10367 3.57
May 1-The Adder Meh. Co. ...................... 7981 2.10
May 1-M. J. Rogers ............................ 10375 99.67
May 1-Antietam Paper Co. ...................... 10361 11.28
May 1-Pensacola Gas Co. ....................... 10374 7.36
May 2- G. A. Dame ............................. 10383 182.60
May 2- C. T. Young ............................ 10378 113 87
May 2-Tampa Drug Co. ........................ 10368 10.00
May 2- L. Hale ................................ 10372 1.65
May 2- W. H. Cox .............................. 10355 5.00
May 2-Jacksonville Water Works ............... 10348 22.11
May 2-A. A. Lewis ............................ 7025 3.50
May 2-W. T. Shelton .......................... 6946 4.75
May 2-J. W. Crary, Sr. ......................... 6826 3.75
May 2-S. G. Thompson .......................:.. 10385 41.00
May 2-E. McCracken ........................... 7168 3.75











4!)

Iaid. In favor of. Warrant. Amount.
May 3- Mrs. S.. J. Miller ........................ 10373 17.50
May 3- M. Ryan ................................ 8204 20.00
May 5-Star Auto Co. ........................... 10354 13. 0
May 5- 0. Gottfried ............................ 10995 5.00
May 5-American Ry. Express Co................. 10353 28.1
May 5-El is Curtis & Cooker ..................., 10632 4.40
May 5-V. H. Gwinn .... .... ................ 10778 229.16
May --II. & W. B. Drew Co ...................... 10839 2.30
,May 5- M1. Thomas ............................. 10815 35.r0
May 5-Atlantic Ice & Coal Corp ................ 10840 20.00
May 5- A. Bresth .............................. 10834 150.00
May 5- A. McCoy .............................. 1805 60.00
May 5- P. Griffith ............................. 10811 125.00
May 5- L. R. Campbell .......................... 10973 150.00
May 5-Groover-Stewart Drug Co. ................. 10837 18.93
May 5- B. L. Arms ............................. 10808 229.16
May 5-B. L. Arms ............................ 10639 80.47
May 5-G. W. Simons. Jr. ........................ 10806 229.16
May 5- M. Pellerin ............................. 10804 60.00
May 5-A. C. Emmons ........................... 10799 100.0J
May 5- L. E. Dane ............................. 6997 5.73
May 5- J. A. Renfroe ........................... 6837 1.50
May 5-L. T. Galpin .............. ............ 10783 229.10
May 7-Domestic Art Dept. of F. S. C. for Women. 10636 11.05
May 7-Tabu:ating Mch. Co. ...................... 10364 65.55
May 7-City Electric Light Plant ................ 10838 20.47
May 7- E. Barrs ............................... 10800 75.00
May 7- L. Floyd ............................... 10814 35.00
May 7-R. I. Gordon ........ .................... 10817 150.00
May 7- F. Russell .............................. 10812 65.00
May 7- L. Starck .............................. 10807 85.00
May 7-W. R. Thomas .......................... 10197 55.00
May 7- S. F. Flood ............................ 10794 200.00
May 7-S. G. Thompson ......................... 10798 200.00
May 7-F. F. McMurray ......................... 6834 3.00
May 7- J. A. Hicks ............................. 10788 187.50
May 7- E. L. Tatom ............................ 10835 307.00
May 7- F. L. Tatom ............................ 10779 229.10
May 8- E. Helvenston ........................... 10795 85.00
May 8- J. A. Lynch ............................ 10790 125.00
May 8- J. A. Lynch ............................ 10640 12.05
May 8-G. A. Dame ............................. 10780 229.16
May 8-Western Union Tel.- Co. .................. 1063T 15.08
May 8- A. C. Hamblin .......................... 10379 114.21
May 8- J. Keely ................................ 10785 208.35
May 8-H. H. F ox.............................. 10821 208.33
May 8- H. HI. Fox .............................. 10635 35.59
May 8-Mrs. Y. R. Beazley .......................... 10829 100.00
May 8-D. Walker ............................. 10633 8.00
May 8- C. A. Tillis ............................. 10631 2.00
May 8- D. Birdier .............................. 10792 100.00
May 8-C. Morrisette ........................... 10813 35.00
May 8- R. Merritt .............................. 10625 6.00
May 8-Mrs. I. M. Brink ........................ 10824 20.00

4-Treas.












50

Paid. In favor of. Warrant. Amount.
May 8- F. A. Brink ............................. 10823 166.66
May 8- J. C. Bayle ........; ..................... 10825 40.00
May 8- F. A. Brink ............................. 10638 36.79
May 9- L. Sorgen .............................. 10803 60 00
May 9-Logan & White .......................... 10836 9 65
May 9- H. P. Brown ............................ 10810 125.00
May 9-N. Hitchcock ........................... 10801 75.00
May 9-Tampa Book & Stationery Co.............. 10845 19.90
May 9- D. H. Osburn ........................... 10377 78.67
May 9- D. H. Osburn ........................... 10789 125.00
May 9-L. A. Simmon ........................... 10630 3.75
May 9- H. D. Venters .......................... 10816 200.00
May 9- H. Miles ................................ 10819 50.00
May 9- M. Beane ............................... 10820 50 00
May 9-A. W. Underwood ......................... 10781 229.16
May 9- E. M. Earnest ........................... 10777 42.00
May 9-C. T. Young ........................... 10786 229.16
May 9- D. Martin ............................... 10796 25.00
May 9- A. Tolman .............................. 10802 / 75.00
May 9-Mrs. M. Marshall ........................ 10818 75.00
May 10- W. J. Folks ............................. 7214 6.00
May 10-E. Van Hood ........................... 10826 125.00
May 10-R. Barnum ............................. 19831 10.00
May 10-United Supply Co. ....................... 10847 6.00
May 10-G. W. Godwin .......................... 10848 10.00
May 10-E. S. Paine Laundry Co................... 10841 2.06
May 10-R. C. Peterson .......................... 10622 4.00
May 10- J. E. Graves ............................. 10851 43.80
May 10-W. H. Bryan ........................... 10380 111.98
May 10-W. H. Bryan ........................... 10784 229.16
May 10-A. McKenna ............................. 10832 10.00
May 10-R. B. Mashburn ......................... 7180 3.75
May 10-G. Whitford ............. ..... ....... 10827 166.66
May 10- G. Whitford ............................ 10853 4.66
May 12-J. F. Whetstone ......................... 10623 2.00
May 12- C. T. Frecker ........................... 10852 67.00
May 12-Mrs. 0. Layton ......................... 10833 10.00
May 12-W. R. Warren .......................... 10787 83.33
May 12-W. R. Warren ................. ........ 10634 58.80
May 12-Illinois Glass Co. ....................... 10352 1,063.50
May 13- M. C. Eckland .......................... 10842 8000
May 13-Marion Co. Hosp. Assn.................... 10846 95.14
May 14-Peninsular Tel. Co. ...................... 10844 1.80
May 14-Peninsular Tel. Co. ...................... 10370 6.00
May 15-C. W. Hepperlin ......................... 10809 166.66
May 15-E. T. Schmldt .......................... 7824 1.25
May 15- B. Cobb ................................ 7890 5.00
May 15-Mrs. H. J. Crouch ....................... 10624 1.25
May 17-Lederle Antitoxin Labs. .................... 10350 186.51
May 19-A. L. Johnson .......................... 10849 20.00
May 19-P. M. Stivender ......................... 10628 2.75
May 19-L. M. Bellamy ........................... 6975 .75
May 19- F. R. Payne .......................... 6881 3.00
May 19- J. A. Law .............................. 10791 125.JO













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May 19- F. B. Kenney ............................ 10629 21.00
May 20- W. L. Evatt ............................ 7049 5:25
May 21- J. Funke ............................... 10850 7.500
May 22-E. A. Martin Seed Co. ................... 12746 0.00
May 22-Groover-Stewart Drug Co. ................ 12750 18.59
May 22-W. H. Gillette ........................... 12643 150.00
May 22-W. H. Gillette .......................... 12660 150.00
May 22- F. A. Brink ............................. 12730 15.38
May 22-A. B. Robertson ......................... 7415 7.75
May 23-Underwood Typewriter Co. ............... 12748 83.03
May 23- A. Bresth ............................... 12712 101.96
May 23-Brainol Mfg. Co. .......................... 12732 15.00
May 23-Western Union Tel. Co. ................... 12736 9.04
May 23- B. L. Arms ............................. 12726 53.99
May 23-Bettes Pharmacy ........................ 12747 3.34
May 23-H. & W. B. Drew Co ...................... 12765 20.90
May 23-Jacksonville Gas Co. ...................... 12749 23.50
May 23- J. A. Hicks ............................. 12715 20.97
May 23- J. Rogers ............................... 10828 62.50
May 24-Empire Printing & Box Co................. 12744 74.86
May 24-Southern Drug Mfg. Co .................. 12739 10.50
May 24-N. Evans .............................. 12662 72.00
May 24-American Ry. Express Co................. 12734 18.94
May 24-Dennis Printing Co. ...................... 12741 632.63
May 24-Logan & White .......................... 12733 126.25
May 24-J. H. Coffee ................ ........... 12658 25.00
May 24- J. H. Coffee ............................ 12650 25.00
May 24-H. D. Venters ........................... 12735 57.31
May 24-J. R. Howington ......................... 12751 169.07
May 24-Tripure Water Co. ........................ 12752 3.10
May 24-Western Union Tel. Co. .................. 12737 9.93
May 24-Tampa Tribune Pub. Co................... 12753 52.50
May 24- C. J. Clements .......................... 12764 1.25
May 26- H. H. Fox .............................. 12729 63 57
May 26- J. Keely ............................... 12725 152.94
May 26- J. Keely ............................... 12709 174.59
May 26-H. S. Page ............................. 12762 5.J
May 26- J. A. Barnes ........................... 12661 5000
May 26- J. A. Barnes ............................ 12644 50.00
May 26-Roesch Paper Co. ......................... 12755 15.00
May 26-Farr Furniture Co. ....................... 12757 34.50
May 26-D. H. Osburn ........................... 12716 81.21
May 26-H. Miles ............................... 12759 10.00
May 26- H. O. Snow ............................. 12642 119.16
May 26- C. DeArmas ............................. 12656 25.0')
May 26- C. DeArmas ............................. 12645 25.00
May 26- H. O. Snow ............................ 12641 229.16
May 26-A. W. Underwood ........................ 12718 56.57
May 26-Tampa Water Works ..................... 12754 3.74
May 26--G. Smith ............................... 12812 258.00
May 26- A. Lopez ............................... 12648 25.00
May 26- A. Lopez ............................... 12653 25.00
May 26- G. W. Simons ........................... 12710 101.66
May 26--J. A. Lynch ............................. 12721 :3 58











52

Paid. In favor of. Warrant. Amount.
May 26-L. T. Galpin ............................. 12719 51.06
May :7-Columbia Carbon Co. ..................... 12740 92.40
May 27-R. G. Albury Towel Supply................ 12758 2.10
May '7--R. T. Houghin & Co. ...................... 12738 20.30
May 27-Mrs. H. B. Gore ......................... 10641 3.00
May 26- E. C. Lowe ............................. 12654 50.00
May 27- E. Peters ............................... 12646. 50.00
May 27- E. Peters ................................ 12655 5000
May 27- J. Weckler ............................. 12756 2.50
May 27- D. W walker .............................. 12745 8.00
May 29-J. A. Law ............................... 12717 63.30
May 29- H. O. Snow ............................. 12724 167.99
May 29-H. O. Snow ............................. 12707 165.91
May 9- J. H. Booth ............................. 7955 1.00
May 29-J. W. Hodges .......................... 12728 80.75
May 29-Peninsular Tel. Co. ....................... 12731 18.75
May 29- M. J. Rogers ........................... 12720 47.43
May 29- W. H. Bryan ........................... 12713 147.06
May 29- C. T. Young ............................ 12723 95.47
May 30-W. W. McDonnell ....................... 12649 100.00
May 30-W. W. McDonnell ........................ 12657 100 (00
May 30- D. F. Cox ............................... 12760 2.75
May 31-A. C. Hamblin .................. ........ 12722, 32.47
May 31- J. Funke ............................... 12742 10.00
May 3-- G. Whitford ............................ 12711 229.54
May 31-J. Adler ............................... 12651 15.00
May 31-Mrs. M. E. Goddard ..................... 12652 44.0)
May 31- A. Mo:in ............................... 10830 10.00
May 31- S. Kersey .............................. 10626 3.75
June 2-L. L. Barnhill .......................... 12766 2.00
June 2- Mrs. L. D. Beck ......................... 7043 15.75
June 2- G. Whitford ............................ 12727 9.07
June 3- M. Ryan ............................... 10822 20.00
June 5-Daffin Poster Advertising Co. ............. 13147 6.50
June 5-Groover-Stewart Drug Co. ............... 13155 .68
June 5-P. Griffith ............................ 13104 125.'JO
June 5-B. L/Arms ........................... 13102 229.16
June 5-L. Iatt ................................ 13105 100.00
June 5-C. H. Purdy ............................. 13183 273.2N
June 5- S. F. Flood ........... ................. 13087 200.1)0
June 5- M: Pellerin ............................. 13097 60.00
June 5- W A. Gillette ........................... 13134 150.00
June 5-8. C. Thompson ......................... 13091 20.00
June 5-A. C. Emmons ........................... 13092 100.00
June 5--C. -Morrisette ........................... 13107 35.00
June 5- L. Floyd ............................... 13108 35.00
June 7-Tabulating Machine Co. .................. 12743 54. .0
June 7-D. Martin ............................... 13089 25.00
June 7- J. A. Lynch ............................. 13083 125 00
June 7-A. Bresth ................................. 13100 166.66
June 7- A. Tolman .............................. 13095 75.03
June 7- G. Whitford ............. .... ....... .. 12714 107.09
June 7- E. T. Capp ............................. 13151 58.76
June 7-W. R. Thomas .......................... 13090 55.00















53

Paid. In favor of. Warrant. Amount.
June 7-A. McCay ............................... 13098 66.00
June 7- D. Briidiet ............................. 13085 100.60
June 7- Mrs. F. Rawls ........................... 13158 10.75
June 7- E. Barrs ............................... 13093 75.00
June 7- D. J. Mason ............................ 13170 26.00
June 7-Mrs. L. R. Benham ...................... 13137 100.00
June 7- M. Thomas ............................. 13109 35.00
June 7- L. Stock ............................... 13101 85.00
June 7- T. J. Mahaffy ........................... 13157 9.00
June 7- F. L. Tatom ............................ 13072 229.16
June 7- J. C. Boyle ............................. 13118 40.00
June 7-Mrs. I. M. Brink ......................... 13117 20.00
June 7- F. A. Brink ............................. 13116 166.66
June 9- H. P. Brown ............................ 13103 125.00
June 9-C. M. Lowe ............................. 13152 5.00
June 9-Mrs. Y. R. Beasley ......................... 1121 100.00
June 9- H. D. Venters ........................... 13110 200.00
June 9- H. Miles ............................... 13113 50.00
June 9-A. Milligan .............................. 18162 14.75
June 9-S. D. Summers .......................... 13186 17.00
June 9-Mrs. E. W. Howe ....................... 13165 19.50
June 9-Southern Drug Mfg. Co .................. 13145 30.41
June 9- R. I. Gordon ............................ 13111 150.00
June 9-Mrs. O. Layton .......................... 13125 10.00
June 9- J. P. Smith ............................. 13180 15.00
June 9-A. W. Underwood ....................... 13074 229.16
June 7- J. N. Tolar ............................. 13163 10.25
June 7-Dennis Printing Co. ....................... 13150 134.48
June 7-E. Helxenston ........................... 13088 85.00
June 7-Lea Febiger .................. ........ 13143 2.25
June 7-W. S. Wev ............................... 13166 9.50
June 7- J. W. Owens ............................ 13176 12.05
June 7- J. F. Warren ............................ 13171 8.25
June 7-W. R. Warren ........................... 13080 83.33
June 7- E. C. Lowe ............................. 12647 50.00
June 7- J. Evers ................................. 13177 17.00
June 7-C. DeArmas ............................. 13132 25.00
June 7-G. G. Smith ............................ 13179 156.75
June 7- W. S. Whitney .......................... 13171 4.75
June 7- D. W. McLeod ........................... 13184 23.50
June 7-Mrs. W. C. Gaston ......................... 13160 23.00
June 7- J. Kelly ................................ 13079 208.33
* June 7- A. Parmenter ........................... 13138 10.00
June 7- D. H. Osburn ........................... 13082 125.00
June 7- J. A. Low .............................. 13084 125.00
June 7-Citly Electric Light Plant ................ 13154 3.13
June 7-N. Hitchcock ........................... 13094 75.00
June 7-L. Sargen ............................... 13096 60.00
June 7-Logan & White .......................... 13156 12.70
June 7- J. R. Gilbert ............................ 13169 11.25
June 7- G. W. Simons ........................... 13099 229.16
June 7- W. H. Bryan ............................ 13077 229.16
June 7-Antietam Paper Co ...................... 13153 31.00
June 7-Ellis, Curtis & Kooker ................... 13140 6.15













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Paid. In favor of. Warrant. Amount.
June 7-Mrs. M. Mansell ......................... 13112 75.00
June 7-Tampa Tribiune Publishing Co. ............. 13146 24.00
June 7-J. A. Hicks .............................. 13081 125.00
June 7-A. McKenna ............................ 13124 10.00
June 7- L. T. Galphin ........................... 13076 229.16
.June 7- W. H. Cox .............................. 12708 201.36
June 7- F. E. Nelson ............................ 10843 .50
June 7- T. H. Tedder ............................ 7136 1.75
June 11-American Medical Assn. ................... 13144 41.25
June ll- L. Davis ................................ 13139 10.00
June 11-J. H. Coffee ......................... 13127 25.00
June 11-G. Fink ....... ......................... 13185 83.25
June ll-W. R. Warren ............................ 13172 56.25
June 11- A. Lopez ............................... 13129 25.00
June 11-National Child Welfare Co. ................ 13149 25.00
June ll- H. H. Fox .............................. 13114 208.33
June 11-G. A. Dame .............................. 13073 229.16
June 11- 0. C. Brewer ............................ 12767 11.50
June 11-L. L. Hines ........................... ...... 13174 7.25
June ll-J. A. Barnes ............................. 13133 50.00
June 11- E. C. Lowe .............................. 13130 50.00
June 11-H. C. Sistrunk ......................... 13173 15.75
June 11-J. W. Hodges .......................... 10782 111.10
June 11-J. W. Hodges ........................... 13075 208 33
June 11-L. R. Campbell .......................... 13086 150.00
June 12-Mrs. M. E. M. Carter ..................... 13136 100.00
June 11-W. W. McDonnell ........................ 13128 100.00
June 12- J. Rogers ................................ 13120 150.00
June 12-F. H. Thomas Co. ........................ 13141 18.00
June 12- C. G. Oldfather ........................... 13164 19.75
June 13- H. R. Mayor ............................ 7181 11.50
June 13- R. Barnum .............................. 13123 10.00
June 13-G. T. Haynes ........................... 13161 9.00
June 13- A. M.. Lopez ............................ 13168 15.00
June 13- C. T. Young ............................ 13078 229.16
June 13- C. W. Eggart ............................ 13182 84.25
June 13-S. J. Mears ............................ 12763 2.75
June 14- H. 0. Snow ............................. 13135 229.16
June 14-V. H. Gwinn ............................ 13070 229.16
June 14-W. Lasseter ............................. 13187 19.03
June 16-The Adder Machine Co. .................... 13142 1.50
June 16- E. Peacock ............................. 13178 19.00
June 16- W. J. Mitchell .......................... 13159 .25
June 16-F. Russell ............................... 13106 65.00
June 18-A. Malin ................................ 18122 10.00
June 19- W. V. Culley ............................ 13175 12.75
June 19-A. C. Armstead ......................... 13167 17.00
June 19- N. Evans ............................... 13126 60.00
June 19-G. Whitford ................. ......... 13119 166.66
June 23-M. Ryan .................................. 13115 20.03
June 27- E. Peters ............................... 13131 25.00
June 27- A. R. Livingston ........................ 6812 .25
June 28- L. T. Galphin ........................... 15136 48.43
June 28-R. G. Adams ........................... 10621 3.50













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Paid. In favor of. Warrant. Amount.
June 28- F. A. Brink ............................. 15143 65.70
June 30-D. Walker .......................... .... 15105 20.00
June 30-M. Walker ............................ .. 15081 60.00
June 30-M. Walker .............................. 15103 40.00
June 30- H. D. Venters ........................... 15148 36.51
June 30-Tampa Furniture Co. .............. ...... 15107 332.55
June 30-0. P. Stallings ........................... 15112 25.00
June 30-Southern Drug. Mfg. Co. ................. 15086 14.40
June 30-Tampa Tribune Pub. Co. .................. 15090 403.40
June 30-Tampa Tribune Pub. Co. ................. 15104 6.00
June 30-V. H. Gwinn ......................... ... 15155 42.64
June 30-American Railway Exp. Co ............. ... 15150 14.66
June 30- A. Breath .................... ......... 15139 44.18
June 30-Logan & White ........................... 15102 50.70
June 30- A. Bresth .............................. 15089 16.66
June 30-Western Union Tel. Co ................... 15151 25.49
June 30-Bettes Pharmacy ........................ 15117 1.07
June 30-Groover-Stewart Drug Co. ................. 15110 31.20
June 30-Groover-Stewart Drug Co. ................ 15095 82.64
June 30-E. A. Martin Seed Co. .................... 15101 9.75
June 30- B. L. Armes ................................. 15133 85.64
June 30-Rhodes-Futch-Colltns Co. ................. 15097 40.50
June 30-Ellis-Curtis & Kooker ...................... 15100 9.18
June 30-R. L, Polk & Co. ....................... .15093 8.00
June 30-W. W. Wood ............................ 7227 1.50
June 30-W. H. Gillette ................... ....... 15135 40.03
June 30-W. H. Gillette ........................... 15157 106.61
July 2-Empire Printing & Box Co................ 15120 38.72
July 2- C. T. Young ............................ 15147 144.60
July 2-Tampa Book & Stationery Co. ............. 15116 7.60
July 2-Southern Drug Mfg. Co. .................. 15122 9.00
July 2-Bates-Hudnall-Jetten Co. ................. 15106 47.18
July 2-D. H. Osburn ........................... 15145 77.75
July 2-City Transfer Co. ......................... 150)4 8.25
July 2- J. A. Law .............................. 15132 139.18
July 2- J. A. Law .............................. 15129 33.48
July 2- M. Taylor .............................. 15085 25.00
July 2- H. H. Fox .............................. 15153 8.27
July 2- W M. Davis ............................ 15109 36.25
July 2- E. Peters ............................... 15096 25.00
July 2- J. Keely ................ ................ 15141 139.25
July 2-Tampa Tribune Pub. Co. ..................: 15119 841.91
July 2-A. C. Hamblin .......................... 15819 37.54
July 2-Peninsular Telephone Co. ................. 15108 11.00
July 2-A. W. Underwood ....................... 15146 59.08
July 2-Domestic Art Department ................ 15152 17.20
July 3-Tampa Water Works .................... 17114 6.12
July 3-Tampa Electric Co. ...................... 15115 3.50
July 3-G. W. Simmons, Jr........................ .15138 81.57
July 5-A. H. Thomas Co. .................. .... .15142 12.46
July 5- L. T. Galphin ......................... .. 15422 229.16
July 5-G. Whitford ............................. 1144 871
July 5-M. Thomas .......................... ... 15455 35.00
July 5- V. H. Gwinn ............................ 15417 25r) 00


















Paid. In favor of. Warrant. Amount.
July 5-M. Livingston .......................... 15451 75.00
July 5- A. Breath ............ ... ...... ....... 15445 166.66
July 5- D. Martin ............................. 15434 25.03
July 5-Capital Publishers ....................... 15113 .so8
July 5-F. H. Thomas ............................. 15154 299.60
July 5-M. J. Rogers ............................ 15159 120.26
July 5-L. R. Campbell .......................... 15431 150.00
July 5- B. L. Arms ...................... ....... 15447 229 16
Juiy 5- P. Griffith ............................. 15449 125.00
July 5-L. Batt ................................ 15450 100.00
July 5-Marion County Hospital Assn.............. 15126 42.60
July 5- E. Van Hood ........................... 15127 125.00
Ju;y 5- C. D. Snell ................ ............. 15092 3.75
July 5- A. Turner .............................. 6851 3.25
July 5- J. A. Lynch ............................ 15137 98.41
July 5- S. F. Flood ............................. 15432 200.00
July 5- M. Pellerin ............................. 15442 60.00
July 5-Cain Printing Co. ............... .......... 15123 3.50
July 5-A. C. Emmons ......................... 15437 100.00
July 5- S. C. Thompson ......................... 15156 39.94
July 5--S. G. Thompson ......................... 15436 200.00
July 5- J. A. Hicks ............................. 15131 17.34
July 5- J. A. Hiciks ............................. 15427 125.00
July 7- J. Adler ................................ 12659 15.00
July 7-.J. L. Johnson ... ........................ 15125 2.75
July 7- E. Barrs ............................... 15438 75.00
July 7-W. R. Thomas .......................... 15435 55.00
July 7-G. W. Simons, Jr. ....................... 15444 229.16
July 7- A. McKenna ............................ 15471 10.00
July 7- W. Gillette ............................. 15481 150.00
July 7-W. H. Gillette ................... ........ 15493 135.89
July 7-Mrs. L. B. Benham ...................... 15477 100.00
July 7- F. Russell .............................. 15452 65.00
July 7- C. Morrisette ........................... 15453 3500
July 7- L. Floyd ............................... 15454 35.00
July 7- F. L. Tatom ............................ 15492 206.75
July 7- F. L. Tatom ............................ 15418 250.00
July 7- F. L. Tatom ............................ 15128 233.47
July 7- F. S. Higdon ............................ 15124 11.00
July 8-N. Hitchcock ............................. 15439 75.00
July 8- E. Helvenston ........................... 15433 85.00
July 8- H. P. Brown ............................ 15099 16.36
July 8- L. Sargen .............................. 15441 60.00
July 8- H. 0. Snow ............................ 15491 218.53
July 8- H. 0. Snow ............................. 15480 250.00
July 8- R. I. Gordon ............................ 15457 150.00
July 8-H. Miles ................................ 15458 50.00
July 8- H. D. Venters ........................... 15456 200.00
July 8-Mrs. Y. R. Beasley ....................... 15468 100.00
July 9-B. Moorhans ............................ 15475 10.30
July 9-E. Peters .............................. 15484 50.00
July 9- H. H. Fox ................... .......... 15460 208.33
July 9- E. C. Lowe ............................. 15485 50.00
July 9-A. W. Underwood ....................... 15420 250.00
















57

Paid. In favor of. Warrant. Amount.
July 9- C. T. Young .................. ......... 15425 229.16
July 9-J. R. McCarty .......................... 15091 35.50
July 9-A. C. Hamblin .......................... 15421 183.33
July 9- J. H. Coffee ............................ 1548d 40.03
July 9-Illinois Glass Co. ....................... 15118 197.01
Ju:y 9- C. DeArmas ............................ 15483 25.0u
July 9- J. A. Barnes ............................ 15482 50.00
July 9-Mrs. T. Flint ........................... 15479 100.00
July 9-D. H. Osburn .................. ........ 15428 125.00
July 9- J. A. Law .............................. 15430 125.00
July 5- A. Taylor .............................. 15439 50.00
July 9- J. W. Hodges ........................... 15490 62.50
July 9- A. McCay .............................. 15443 60.00
July 9- A.. Tolman .............................. 15440 75.00
July 9- M. Ryan ............................... 15461 20.00
July 9-Mrs. M. E. M. Carter ................... 15478 100.00
July 9- W. W. McDonnell ....................... 15487 100.00
July 9- E. Van Hood ........................... 15465 125.00
July 9- L. Stock ............................... 1. 5446 85.00
July 10- .T. A. Lynch ............................ 15429 125.00
Ju'y 10-L. Davis .............................. .. 15473 10.00
July 10-N. Evans .............................. 15489 30.00
July 10- G. Whitf6rd . ... . ................ 15466 166.66
July 10- G. W hitford ............................. 15134 154.49
July 10-American Social Hygiene Assn ............. 15121 5.00
July 10-Liderle Antitoxin Laboratory .. .......... 13148 246.82
July 10- W. H. Bryan ........................... 14423 229.16
July 11- J. Funke ............................... 15098 25.00
July 11-A. Malin ............................... 15469 10.00
July 11- G. A. Dame ............................. 15158 148.48
July 11- G. A. Dame ............................ 15419 250.00
.Tuly 11- G. A. Dame ............................ 15130 99.57
July 12- J. Keely ............................... 15424 208.33
Ju'y 12- J. C. Boyle ............................. 15464 TJ.00
July 12- F. A. brink ............................. 15462 166.66
July 12- Mrs. I. Brink ........................... 15463 20.00
July 14-W. R. Warren .......................... 15426 83.33
July 14- A. Lopez ............................... 15486 25.00
July 14-H. P. Brown .................. ........ 15448 125.00
July 14- J. W. Hodges ........................... 15140 111.40
July 15- J. W Howell ........................... 7156 .5.00
July 16-Mrs. 0. Layton ............................. .15472 10.00
July 17-Tabulating Machine Co. ................... 15088 54 00
July 17-Jacksonville Gas. Co. ................... 15111 19.62
July 17-Mrs. J. D. Howell ....................... 12761 5.00
July 18-W. H. Bryan ............................ 16538 129.72
Jn'y 19-Mrs. M. Menendez ....................... 16539 75.00
July 19- M. J. Rogers ........................... 15461 150.00
July 26-A. Parmenter ........................... 15474 10.00
Aug. 15- E. Riffle ............................... 15476 10.00
Aug. 18-Miss R. Barnum ........................ 15470 10.00
Aug. 19-T. L. Galphin ................ ......... 19967 229.16
Aug. 22- J. A. Hicks ............................. 19976 7.24
Aug. 22- J. A. Hicks ............................. 19917 125.00

















Paid. In favor of. Warrant. Amount.
Aug. 22- Mrs. M. Dunn .......................... 10627 .25
Aug. 23- J. A. Lynch ............................ 19919 125.00
Aug. 23-M. Pellerin ............................. 19933 60.00
Aug. 23- S. F. Flood ............................. 19923 200.00
Aug. 23--. H. Thompson ........................ 20054 8.50
Aug. 23-T. J. Mahaffy ......................... 20057 10.00
Aug. 23- L. Stock ............................... 19934 85.00
Aug. 23- M. Thomas ............................. 19957 35.00
Aug. 23-A. Emmons ............ ............ .. 19928 100.00
Aug. 23- L. Floyd ................................ 1995 35.00
Aug. 23- C. Morrisette ........................... 19955 35.00
Aug. 23-G. W. Simons, Jr. ................... .... 19960 229.16
Aug. 23-G. W. Simons, Jr. ....................... 19980 109.21
Aug. 23- B. L. Arms ............................. 19966 229.16
Aug. 23- B. L. Arms ............................. 200f7 21.24
Aug. 23- P. Griffith ............................. 19936 125.00
Aug. .23- L. Batt ................................ 19937' 100.00
Aug. 23- M. Livingston ........................... 19938 75.00
Aug. 23-Morgan-Buick Co ........................ 19997 1,800.00
Aug. 23-A. Bresth ............. ................ 19935 166.66
Aug. 23-S. G. Thompson ......................... 19927 200.00,
Aug. 25- H. 0. Snow ............................. 19981 161.99
Aug. 25-W. H. Bryan ........................... 19977 76.19
Aug. 25- W. H. Bryan ........................... 19913 229.16
Aug. 25-Western Union Tel. Co.................... 19986 19.65
Aug. 25-Tampa Tribune Pub. Co................... 20021 76.11
Aug. 25--A. C. Hamblin .......................... 19912 250.00
Aug. 25-A. C. Hamblin .......................... 20001 53.35
Aug. 25- A. C. Hamblin .......................... 19971 17.23
Aug. 25- D. H. Osburn ........................... 19993 82.73
Aug. 25- D. H. Osburn ........................... 20002 66.79
Aug. 25-D. H. Osburn ........................... 19918 125.00
Aug. 25-Mrs. Y. R. Beasley ...................... 19950 100.00
Aug. 25-Tampa Drug Co. ........................ 20060 20.00
Aug. 25-Roasch Paper Co. ......................... 20019 5.69
Aug. 25-C..,T. Frecker ........................... 19994 115.40
Aug. 25-Shaw-Clayton Stationery Co. .............. 20029 1.30
Aug. 25-H. P. Brown ........................... 20023 24.07
Aug. 25-Jacksonville Printing Co. .................... 20039 10.45
Aug. 25- J. Keely ............................... 19914 208.33
Aug. 25- E. C. Neel ............................. 20046 2.75
Aug. 25- V. H. Gwinn ........................... 19908 250.00
Aug. 25-V. H. Gwinn ............................ 19970 104.93
Aug. 25-R. I. Gordon ............................ 19959 150.00
Aug. 25- J. A. Law .............................. 19920 125.00
Aug. 25-H. D. Venters .......................... 19958 200.00
Aug. 2-- H. Miles ............................... 19960 50.00
Aug. 25- J. A. Lynch ............................. 20005 75.38
Aug. 25- J. A. Lynch ............................. 19996 91.25
Aug. 25- H. P. Brown ........................... 19954 125.00
Aug. 25- L. Sargen .............................. 19932 60.00
Aug. 25- N. Hitchcock ........................... 19930 75.00
Aug. 25- V. H. Gwinn ........................... t0010 2334
Aug. 25-Underwood Typewriter Co. ............... 20020 83.03













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Paid. In favor of. Warrant. Amount.
Aug. 25-Underwood Typewriter Co. ............... 2u030 1.25
Aug. 25-L. C. Smith Bros. Typewriter Co. .......... 20024 1.00
Aug. 25- D. Martin .............................. 19925 25.00
Aug. 25- A. Brestn .............................. 20007 70.66
Aug. 25-S. B. Hubbard Co. ....................... 20034 21.76
Aug. 25-Kokomo Tire Sales Co. ................... 20052 8.00
Aug. 25-W. R. Thomas .......................... 19926 55.00
Aug. 25- 8. Kitchin ............................. 19935 60.00
Aug. 25-Jacksonville Gas. Co. .................... 20055 23.00
Aug. 25-Jacksonville Gas Co. ...................... 20036 22.37
Aug. 2.-- A. Tolman ............................. 19931 75.00
Aug. 25-Livingston-Yonge Co. .................... 20033 3.20
Aug. 25-Postal Telegraph Cable Co. ................ 20056 1.40
Aug. 25- E. Barrs ............................... 19929 75.00
Aug. 25-G. W. Simons, Jr. .................... :.. 20003 37.56
Aug. 25-Western Union Tel. Co. .................. 19985 25.89
Aug. 25-Groover-Stewart Drug. Co................. 20015 1.58
Ang. 25-J. de Nazarie ........................... 19975 45.25
Aug. 25-M. J. Rogers ........................... 19964 150.00
Aug. 25-City Electric Light Plant ................. 20026 13.90
Aug. 25-City Electric Light Plant................. 20051 12.49
Aug. 25-Jacksonville Water Works ................ 20050 35.40
Aug. 25- F. Russell .............................. 19939 65.00
Aug. 25-G. Whitford ............................ 19963 166.66
Aug. 25- G. Whitford ............................ 20003 141.29
Aug. 25- G. Whitford ............................ 19978 131.28
Aug. 25- G. Whitford ............................ 19982 7.51
Aug. 25- G. Whitford ............................ 19999 10.47
Aug. 25-A. McKenna ............................ 19943 10.00
Aug. 25-Logan & rhite ......................... 20043 96.83
Aug. 23-Willis, Curtis & Kooker .................. 20038 26.65
Aug. 25-Mrs. L. B. Benham ...................... 19948 100.00
Aug. 25- F. L. Tatom ............................ 19909 250.00
Aug. 25-I. Brink ............................... 19951 20.00
Aug. 25- F. A. Brink ............................ 19962 166.66
Aug. 25- F. A. Brink ............................. 19989 21.55
Aug. 25- F. A. Brink ............................. 20006 57.23
Aug. 25--J. A. Hicks ............................. 20012 17.65
Aug. 27- L. T. Galphin .......................... 19968 90.39
Aug. 27-L. T. Galphin .......................... 20011 50.16
Aug. 27-W. J. Berry & Co. ....................... 20041 15.20)
Aug. 27-Mrs. T. Flynt ........................... 19947 100.00
Aug. 27-H. D. Venters .......................... 19987 42.75
Aug. 27-D. Walker .............................. 20068 12.00
Aug. 27-D. Walker .............................. 20042 1I.00
Aug. 27-Peninsular Telephone Co. ................ 20045 7.75
Aug. 27- H. D. Venters .......................... 20000 26.05
Aug. 27- G. A. Dame ............................. 19991 163.25
Aug. 27- G. A. Dame ............................. 20004 118.84
Aug. 27-W. R. Warren ........................... 19916 83.33
Aug. 27- G. A. Dame ............................ 19910 250.00
Aug. 27- L. Hale ............................... ..20031 .70
Aug. 27-Tampa Tribune Publishing Co. ............ 20061 31.00
Aug. 27-French Mirror Plate Glass Co.............. 20049 9.00















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Aug. 27-Marion County Hospital Assn............. 19988 136.32
Aug. 27-M. E. Carter ............................ 19946 100.00
Aug. 27-Mrs. M. Mendez ......................... 19952 75.00
Aug. 2.- S. S. Fay ..................... .......... 19961 145.00
Aug. 27- F. L. Tatom ............................ 20069 21.75
Aug. 28-G. H. Perry ../.......................... 20047 11.50
Aug. 28-Tampa Book & Stationery Co............... 20062 1.15
Aug. 28-E. Van Hood ........................... 19983 129.86
Aug. 28-Tarr Turpentine Co. ................ ..... 20053 55.00
Aug. 28-Tripure Water Co. ........................ 20016 7.10
Aug. 28-J. A. Law ............................. 19974 52.97
Aug. 28- C. T. Young ............................ 19972 123.60
Aug. 28-C. T. Young ............................ 19915 250.00
Aug. 28-E. Helvenston .......................... 19924 85.00
Aug. 28-American Railway Exp. Co. ................ 19984 23.40
Aug. 28-American Railway Exp. Co. ............... 19998 16.55
Aug. 28-J. De Nazaire. .......................... 19921 125.00
Aug. 28- M. J. Rogers ........................... 19979 122.89
Aug. 28-H. & W. B. Drew Co. .................... 20040 4.85
Aug. 29-A. H. Thomas ........................... 19990 31.14
Aug. 29-F. H. Thomas ........................... 20014 62.94
Aug. 29-Tampa Water Works Co. ................. 20059 4.76
Aug. 29-Tampa Water Works Co. ................. 20035 1.53
Aug. 29-S. Chalker ............................. 20022 23.80
Aug. 29- C. E. B. Macdonnell ...................... 20025 12.50
Aug. 29- R. W. Greene ........................... 20009 28.09
Aug. 30- John Funke ............................ 20017 25.00
Aug. 30- L. Davis ............................... 19944 10.00
Aug. 30-W. H. Dowling, Sheriff .................. 20032 1.30
Aug. 30-D. W. Tew ............. ................ .0370 5.75
Sept. 1-Parke-Davis Co. .......................... 20064 49.56
Sept. 1-M. J. Rogers ......................... ... 20416 114.65
Sept. 2-Western Union Tel. Co. .................. 20420 9.61
Sept. 2-Peninsular Telephone Co. ................. 20063 10.50
Sept. 2-A. W. Underwood ....................... 19911 250.00
Sept. 2- J. Keely ............................... 19973 128.13
Sept. 2- J. Keely ............................... 20418 101.09
Sept. 2- J. Keely ............................... 20421 71.24
Sept. 2- J. Keely ............................... 20028 18.27
Sept. 2- J. Keely ................................ 20065 2.83
Sept. 2- J. Keely ............................... 20044 25.00
Sept. 2- J. Keely ............................... 19949 10.00
Sept. 2- J. Keely ............................... 19969 41.28
Sept. 5-Tabulating Machine Co. .................. 20013 54.00
Sept. 5--Tabulating Machine Co. .................... 20066 54.00
Sept. 5- A. Malin ............................... 19941 10.00
Sept. 5- E. M. Earnest ........................... 20417 23.00
SSept. 5-E. M. Earnest .......................... 20067 42.00
Sept. 5- Mrs. S. A. Veeder ....................... 20476 2.75
Sept. 6--R. Barnum ............................. 19942 10.00
Sept. 6- H. O. Snow ............................ 20473 139.66
Sept. 6--J. L. Earman ........................... 20419 75.70
Sept. 6-L. R. Campbell .......................... 19922 150.00
Sept. 8-A. W .Underwood ........................ 19992 71.51













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Paid. In favor of. Warrant. Amount.
Sept. 8-Bureau of Edcl. Experiment.............. 20070 1.55
Sept. 10- J. E. Graves ........................... 19995 54.60
Sept. 11- L. T. Galphin .......................... 21282 229.16
Sept. 12- C. Bekemeyer ............................ 20475 1.75
Sept. 12-M. Ryan ............................... 19940 40.00
Sept. 13- A. Parmenter ........................... 19945 10.00
Sept. 13-V. H. Gwinn ........................... 20274 250.00
Sept. 13- P. Griffith ............................. 21313 125.00
Sept. 13- L. Batt ................................. 21314 10000
Sept. 13-M. Thomas ............................. 21323 40.00
Sept. 13-B. L. Arms ............................. 20280 229.16
Sept. 13- F. Whiddon ............................. 21324 38.70
Sept. 13-G. W. Simons, Jr. ....................... 20281 229.16
Sept. 13-R. W. Greene, State Health Officer ......... 20734 677.54
Sept. 15- H. H. Fox .............................. 20048 2.05
Sept. 15- C. T. Young ............................ 20278 250.00
Sept. 15-A. C. Hamblin .......................... 20277 250.00
Sept. 15- A. Bresth ............................... 20288 166.66
Sept. 15-S. Kitchin .............................. 21311 60.00
Sept. 15- H. Miles ............................... 21332 50.00
Sept. 15---H. D. Venters .......................... 21285 200.00
Sept. 15-R. I. Gordon ............................ 21325 150.00
Sept. 15- S. G. Thompson ........................ 21297 203.00
Sept. 15-E. Helvenston .......................... 21299 85.00
Sept. 16- B. Ogilvie .............................. 21308 55.00
Sept. 15- H. P. Brown .................. ........ 21291 125.00
Sept. 15- L. Sargen .............................. 21309. 60.00
Sept. 15- J. A. Lynch ............................ 21294 125.00
Sept. 15- E. Barrs ............................... 21305 75.00
Sept. 15- J. De Nararle ........................... 21296 125.30
Sept. 15-F. Russell .............................. 21316 65.00
Sept. 15- D. Martin ............................. 21302 25.00
Sept. 15-M. Pellerin ... ....................... 21310 00.00
Sept. 15- G. Whitford ............................ 21286 166.66
Sept. 15- L. Floyd ............................... 21322 40.00
Sept. 15- L. B. Benham .......................... 21329 100.00
Sept. 15-F. L. Tatom ............................. 21273 250.30
Sept. 15- J. A. Hicks ............................ 21292 12500
Sept. 17- N. Hitchcock ........................... 21306 75.00
Sept. 17- D. H. Osburn ........................... 21293 125.00
Sept. 17-Mrs. Y. R. Beasley ...................... 21328 100 00
Sept. 17- J. A. Law .............................. 21295 125.00
Sept. 17- C. Morrisette ........................... 21321 40.00
Sept. 17- A. C. Emmons .......................... 21300 100.00
Sept. 17-L. Starck ................................. 21312 85.00
Sept. 17- S. S. Fay ............................... 21284 200.00
Sept. 17-Mrs. M. E. Carter ....................... 21330 100.00
Sept. 17-Mrs. R. P. Tarbutton ................... 21290 110.00
Sept. 17-Mrs. I. M. Brink ........................ 21326 20.00
Sept. 17- F. A. Brink ............................ 21287 166.66
Sept. 17-A. McKenna .......... ............... 21318 10.00
Sept. 18- G. A. Dame ............................. 21275 250.00
Sept. 18- S. Bryan ................................ 21301 100.0
Sept. 18-Mrs. M. Mendez ......................... 21327 75.00

















Paid. In favor of. Warrant. Amount.
Sept. 19-L. T. Galphin .......................... 22756 12.07
Sept. 19- A. Malin ................................ 21317 10.00
Sept. 19-Mrs. T. Floyd ............................. 21331 100.00
Sept. 19- M. Ryan ............................... 21320 40.00
Sept. 19- M. J. Rogers ............................ 21333 150.00
Sept. 20-H. & W. B. Drew Co. ...................... 22482 68.75
Sept. 20- S. B. Hubbard Co ....................... 22483 .48
Sept. 20- C. B. Mallard Co ...... ............... .. 22536 5.34
Sept. 20-L. Davis ............................... 21319 10.00
Sept. 20-R. G. Albury Towel Supply................. 20018 2.10
Sept. 20-W. R. Warren .......................... 21304 83.33
Sept. 20- C. H. Purdy ............................. 22525 211.75
Sept. 20-GrooverStewart Drug Co. ................. 22543 60.54
Sept. 20-E. A. Martin Seed Co. ..................... 22486 10.05
Sept. 20-Armour & Co. ........................... 22485 34.08
Sept. 20- W. R. Thomas ........................... 21303 38.00
Sept. 20-James Lumber Co. ........................ 22549 11.34
Sept. 20-L. W. Cunningham ....................... 22480 10.00
Sept. 20-Florida Times-Union ..................... 22531 2.94
Sept. 20-Surgical Supply Co. .................... 22478 12.00
Sept. 20- S. F. Flood ............................ 21298 200.00
Sept. 20-L. R. Campbell ................. ........ 21289 133.33
Sept. 22-W. V. Culley ...... e ..................... 22503 18.00
Sept. 22-R. H. Cason ............................ 22530 5.00
Sept. 22-A. Bresth ............................... 22772 49.67
Sept. 22-A. Bresth ............................... 22773 60.71
Sept. 22-American Railway Exp. Co. ................. 22540 10.18
Sept. 22-Tampa Book & Stationery Co. .............. 22528 9.95
Sept. 22-A. C. Armstead .... ........................ 22503 24.75
Sept. 22- J. N. Tolar ........................... ... 22517 16.00
Sept. 22- H. F. Watt ............................. 22475 150.00
Sept. 22-Tampa Water Works ..................... 22529 1.25
Sept. 22-Southern Bell T. & T. Co................... 22546 314.40
Sept. 22-Cherry's Pharmacy ....................... 22534 1.58
Sept. 22- J. P. Smith ............................. 22496 8.75
Sept. 22- G. G. Smith ............................. 22497 127.75
Sept. 22- S. D. Summers ........................... 22522 12.75
Sept. 22- E. W. Howe ............................. 22515 15.25
Sept. 22- J. Evers ................................ 22500 16.76
Sept. 22-City Electric Light Plant ................. 22481 13.38
Sept. 22-Bettes Pharmacy ......................... 22537 3.00
Sept. 22- Miller Press ............................. 22477 35.50
Sept. 22-A. W. Underwood ......................... 21276 250.00
Sept. 22-W. C. Logan Company ....................... 22548 75.24
Sept. 22-Jacksonville Gas Co. ...................... 22533 18.75
Sept. 22- G. T. Haynes ............................ 22519 5.50
Sept. 22-Motor Truck Sales Co. .................... 22532 7.50
Sept. 22-James & Paxon ............................ 22527 72.00
Sept. 22-Ellis, Curtis & Kooker.................... 22538 3.77
Sept. 22-F. L. Tatom ............................ 22670 79.29
Sept. 22- F. L. Tatom ............................. 22755 49.01
Sept. 24-Dixie Culvert & Metal Co. .................. 22476 27.28
Sept. 24-Ramis Cycle Co. ......................... 2249 18.90
Sept. 24-Dennis Printing Co. ....................... -2493 67.38













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Paid. In favor of. Warrant. Amount.
Sept. :--Jacksonville Printing Co .................... 22541 80.75
Sept. 24- J. R. Gilbert ............................ 22509 7.25
Sept. 24- W. S. Whitney ........................... 22507 4.00
Sept. 24- D. Walker .............................. 2535 17.00
Sept. 24- E. M. Earnest ........................... 22748 17.10
Sept. 24-Mrs. M. E. Sanders ...................... 22484 5.00
Sept. 24-Tampa Electric Co. ....................... 22487 1.11
Sept. 24- W. M. Davis ............................. 22512 22.25
Sept. 24-W. R. Warren .......................... 22506 44.75
Sept. 24-A. Tolman .............................. 21307 20.00
(ept. 24-G. W. Simons, Jr. ........................ 22870 43.62
Sept. 24- R. N. Greene ............................ 22774 41.74
Sept. 24-F. H. Thomas Co. ......................... 22489 63.74
Sept. 24- F. Rawls ................................ 22501 10.75
Sept. 24-Florida Clean Towel Supply Co.............. 22526 5.25
Sept. 24- G. Whitford ............................. 22759 97.50
Sept. 24-S.. S. Fay ................................ 22757 26.26
Sept. 24-Marion County Hospital Assn............... 22490 230.04
Sept. 24-A. M. Lopez ........................... 22510 10.75
Sept. 24-D. J. Mason .............................. 22508 17.25
Sept. 24-J. A. Hicks .............................. .22763 34.82
Sept. 24- J. F. Warren ............................ 22520 2.50
Sept. 23-A. H. Thomas ........................... 22539 .91
Sept. 25-H. D. Venters ........................... 22771 36.44
Sept. 25-Prompt Printing ......................... 22491 30.00
Sept. 25-R. G. Albury Towel Supply ................ 22544 2,10
Sept. 25- D. H. Osburn ............................ 22768 66.04
Sept. 25- C. T. Young ............................. 22758 80.89
Sept. 25- C. T. Young ............................. 22754 117.49
Sept. 25-J. W. Owens ............................ 22502 8.75
Sept. 25- M. Livingston ........................... 213.5 75.00
Sept. 25- W. S. Wev .............................. 22514 8.25
Sept. 25- B. L. Arms .............................. 22764 50.49
Sept. 25- C. G. Oldfather .......................... 22516 20.50
Sept. 25- M. J. Rogers ............................ 22766 57.00
Sept. 26- H. 0. Snow ............................. 22767 56.07
Sept. 26- W. G. Sheffield .......................... 22511 2.00
S Sept. 26-R. G. Fink .............................. 22523 65.25
Sept. 26-H. C. Sistrunk ........................... 12505 12.00
Sept. 26-J. Keely ............................... 21279 208.33
Sept. 26-J. De Nazarie ............................ 22752 77.41
Sept. 26-Tutewiler Press ............................ 22542 152.75
Sept. 27-J. Funke ........................ ............... 22488 32.50
Sept. 27-G. F. Crouch ........................... 22518 16.25
Sept. 27-D. W. McLeod ........................... 22524 8.75
Sept. 27-Export Fuel & Iron Co. ................... 22749 59.51)
Sept. 29-J. A. Law .............................. 22753 26.25
Sept. 29- J. De Nazarie ........................... 22765 79.52
Sept. 29-F. S. Wetzel ............................. 22479 25.00
Sept. 29-Liderle Antitoxin Laboratory .............. 22750 680.35
Sept. 30-C. W. Eggart ............................. 22494 51.75
Sept. 30- G. Whitford ............................. 22761 11.00
Pet. 1- E. Peacock ............................... 22498 6.00
Oct. 1-Tripure Water Co. ......................... 22545 1.00










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Paid. In favor of. Warrant. Amount.
Oct. 1- W. H. Bryan ............................. 21383 229.16
Oct. 2-F. E. Ne:son ............................. 20058 .75
Oct. 2-F. E. Nelson ............................. 20037 .90
Oct. 2- L. L. Hine ............................... 22504 4.0o>
Oct. 3-H. & W. B. Drew Co. ....................... 23020 509.01
Oct. 3-G. A. Dame .............................. 22770 86.15
Oct. 3-F. L. Tatom ............. ............... 23019 157.71
Oct. 4- .T. H. Grant .............................. 22521 2.75
Oct. 4- F. A. Brink .............................. 22760 56.99
Oct. 4- L. E. Heinberg ........................... 22495 28.75
Oct. 7-Dennis Printing Co. ..................... .. 23018 129.95
Oct. 7-J. E. Graves .......................... .. 23021 53.00
Oct. 7- J. H. Lockhart ...... .................. 22499 12.C5
Oct. 8-Liderle Antitoxin Laboratory ............... -.3023 1,029.00
Oct. 10- J. L. Earman ............................ 22869 125.13
Oct. 10-R. N. Greene .............. .............. 23857 633.33
Oct. 10- F. A. Brink .............................. 23843 200.00
Oct. 10-J. A. Hicks ............... ............. 23822 125.00
Oct. 10- F. L. Tatom ............................. 23797 250.00
Oct. 11-B. Ogilvie .............................. 23815 75.00
Oct. 11- A. Bresth ...................... ......... 23807 166.66
Oct. 11-S. G. Thompson .......................... 23803 229.16
Oct. 11-S. Kitchen ............................ ..23820 60.00
Oct. 11- Mrs. G. Harris ........................... 23852 25.00
Oct. 11- W. A. Claxton ............................ 2385o 59.99
Oct. 11- P. Griffith ............................... 23821 125.00
Oct. 11- L. Batt .................................. 23809 100.00
Oct. 11- S. Bryan ................................ 23811 100.00
Oct. 11- A. Floyd ................................ 23856 108.33
Oct. 11- E. Barrs ................................ 23816 75.00
Oct. 11- B. L. Arms .............................. 23801 250.00
Oct. 11-I. Floyd ................................. 23831 40.00
Oct. 11-A. C. Emmons ............................ 23810 100.00
Oct. 11-Mrs. E. Yost ................ ............ 23817 75.00
Oct. 11-8. F. Floyd ................ ......... 23806 200.00
Oct. 11- W J. Buck .............................. 23802 229.16
Oct. 11-L. Starck ................................ 23812 85 00
Oct. 11- M. Thomas .............................:. 23832 40.00
Oct. 11- J. James ................................ 23833 56.00
Oct. 11-C. Morrisette .............................. 23830 40.00
Oct. 13- L. A. Peacock ..............................23808 150 00
Oct. 13-J. Keely .............................. 23804 229.16
Oct. 13- M Pellerin ............................ .. 23819 60.00
Oct. 13- J. K. Simpson ........................... 23853 125.00
Oct. 13- D. Martin ............................... ........ 23859 25.00
Oct. 13-Mrs. L. B. Benham ......................... 23835 100.00
Oct. 13-F. Russell ............................... 23828 65.00
Oct. 13-M. Ryan ............. ................... 23842 40.00
Oct. 13-Mrs. R. B. Tarbutton ..................... 23854 110.00
Oct. 14-L. R. Campbell ........................... 23826 125.00
Oct. 14- N. Hitchcock ............................. 23814 75.00
Oct. 14- H. P. Brown .............................. 23827 125.00
Oct. 14-Mrs. O. Layton ........................... 23849 1v.00
Oct. 14-M. C. DuPont .............. .............. 23858 125.00












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laid. In favor of. Warrant. Amount.
Oct. 14- H. D. Venters ............................ 23805 200.00
Oct. 14- H. Miles ......................... ........ 23839 50.00
Oct. 14-A. C. Hamblin ........................... 23799 250.00
Oct. 15-J. Le Nazarie ............................ .. 3825 12:.30
Oct. 15- L. Sargen ..................... .......... 23818 00.00
Oct. 15- J. A. Lynch .............................. 238L4 125.00
Oct. 15-rMrs. T. Flynt ............................ 23834 100 00
Oct. 15- R. I. Gordon ............................. 23837 150.00
Oct. 15-- D. H. Osburn ............................ 23823 125.00
Oct. 15- A. Malin ................................ 23846 10.00
Oct. 15- A. McKenna ............................. 28848 10.00
Oct. 15--- Whitford ............................. 23844 166.66
Oct. 16--W. H. Cox ............................... 24061 131.57
Oct. 16-W. H. Cox ............ ........... ..... 24062 708.34
Oct. 16-F. Whiddon .............................. 23829 75.00
Oct. 17- 8. S. Fay ................................ 3840 200.00
Oct. 17- Mrs. M. Mendez .......................... 23838 75.00
Oct. 18--E. He:venston ............................ 23813 85.00
,Oct. 18-S. B. Hubbard Co. ........................ 24774 2.50
Oct. 18-Atlantic Ice and Coal Corporation .......... 24722 35.00
Oct. 18- Mrs. F. Hostetter ......................... 23845 37.50
Oct. 18-James & Paxon ......................... 24776 2.50
Oct. 18-Duval Planing Mill Co. ...................... 24735 8.00
Oct. 18-Groover-Stewart Drug Co ................. 24779 8.75
Oct. 18-Southern Drug. Mfg. Co..................... 24720 7.05
Oct. 18-Standard Oil Co. ......................... 24726 .66
Oct. 18-H. O. Logan & Co. ....................... 24770 38.65
Oct. 18- H. Frieske ............................... 24782 3.50
Oct. 18- R. P. Nelms ............................ 24732 44.50
Oct. 20-Plastic Art N. & S. Co. ..................... 23022 33.00
Oct. 20- County Times ............................ 24800 1.00
Oct. 20- G. Whitford ............................. 24862 71.43
Oct. 20- Pensacola News .......................... 4805 6.00
Oct. 20- J. A. Lynch .............................. 24874 5.27
Oct. 20-Florida Clean Towel Supply Co............... 24736 5.25
Oct. 20-Independent Hardware Co. ................ 24794 7.00
Oct. 2--R. N. Greene ............................. 24881 212.67
Oct. 20- W J. Buck .............................. 24875 14.98
Oct. 20-Ellis, Curtis & Kooker .................... 24795 8.00
Oct. 20-Logan Coal & Supply Co .................. 24731 131.18
Oct. 20-Ocala Evening Star ....................... 24823 6.00
Oct. 20- The Chronicle ............................ 24815 1.00
Oct. 20-Reid Bros. ............................... 24784 2.00
Oct. 20-Business Service Co. ....................... 24728 30.03
Oct. 20---Delcher Bros. Storage Co. ................. 24734 9.75
Oct. 20-Ellis-Elder Moving & Storage Co.. :......... 24725 5.00
Oct. 20- B. L. Arms ............................... 24871 33.99
Oct. 20-Livingstone-Yonge Co. ...................... 24721 2.10
Oct. 20-Jacksonville Printing Co ................... 24769 87.35
Oct. 20-Southern Bell T. & T. Co .................... 24793 34.60
Oct. 20-H. & W. B. Drew Co ...................... 24730 512.12
Oct. 20-Lakeland Star ............................ 24788 5.00
Oct. 20-Jacksonville Gas Co. ...................... 24777 20.50
Oct. 20-M. C. DuPont ............................ 24863 99.16

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Paid. In favor of. Warrant. Amount
Oct. 20- A. Bresth ............................... 24869 97.98
Oct. 20- R. Barnum ............................... 23847 10.00
Oct. 20-City Transfer Co. ................... ..... 14771 97.16
Oct. -0-H. J. Koerner ....... ......... ........ 22474 2.50
Oct. 20- A. E. summers ........................... 7280 1.50
Oct. 20-Tampa Hardware Co. ........................ 24781 6.05
Oct. 20-Peninsular Telephone Co. ................... 2547 8.55
Oct. 20-Western Union Tel. Co. ................... 24737 1.31
Oct. 20-Clay County Times .................. ..... 24820 1.50
Oct. 20-Dennis Printing Co. ...................... 24783 66.50
Oct. 20-J. W. Pennington .................. ...... 24703 9.75
Oct. 20- Jasper News ............................. 24802 1.00
Oct. 20-Jacksonville Water Works ................. 24772 38.30
Oct. 20-City Eledtric Light Plant .................. 24733 13.99
Oct. 20-Peninsular Telephone Co. ................. 24738 6.25
Oct. 20-Roesch Paper Co. .................. ....... 24828 26.35
Oct. 20- D. H. Osburn ............................. 24864 92.55
Oct; 20- Ocala Banner ............................ 24806 1.50
Oct. 21-Gulf Coast Breeze ........................... 24792 1.00
Oct. 22- G. C. Cromartie .... ...................... 24693 .75
Oct. 22-Punta Gorda Herald ...................... 24810 1.50
Oqt. 22-News Printing Co. ................... ...... 24789 2.00
Oct. 22-Journal Printing Co. ................... .. 24809 6.00
Oct. 22-Journal Printing Co. ..................... 24773 6.00
Oct. 22-Gazette News ............................ 24807 2.00
Oct. 22-Clearwater News ......................... 24813 2.00
Oct. 22- D. W alker ................................ 24819 12.00
Oct. 22-Bradford County Telegraph ................. 24834 1.50
Oct. 22-Tarpon Springs Leader .................... 24842 3.00
Oct. 22-Apalachicola Times ....................... 24850 1.50
Oct. 22-Monticello News ......................... 24791 1.50
Oct. 22-C. M. Conkling ............................. 24724 35.00
Oct. 22-Fernandlna News-Record ................... 24849 1.00
Oct. 22- D. W. McAllister ......................... 24696 .25
Oct. 22-Russell Publishing Co. ................... .24812 1.00
Oct. 22- H. Gatrell ................................ 24689 8.25
Oct. 22- Palmetto News ........................... 24827 1.50
Oct. 22-Homestead Enterprise .................... 24851 2.00
Oct. 22-A. C. Hamb!in ............................ 24880 91.98
Oct. 22- A. C. Hamblln ........................... 24877 59.02
Oct. 22-Mrs. M. E. Maddox ....................... 24767 2.00
Oct. 22- H. D. Venters ............................ 24879 34.12
Oct. 22-Tampa Water Works ...................... 24740 1.25
Oct. 22-Manatee Banner .......................... 24839 1.50
Oct. 22- Mrs. S. Bard ............................. 24753 .25
Oct. 22-Enterprise' Recorder ...................... 24846. 1.50
Oct. 22-The Record Co. ........................... 24836 6.00
Oct. 22-East Coast Advocate ...................... 24818 1.50
Oct. 22-Western Union Tel. Co. ................... 24796 37.89
Oct. 22- W G. Hays .............................. 24710 2.00
Oct. 22- J. W. Martin ............................. 24878 48.46
Oct. 22-Melbourne Times ......................... 24859 1.50
Oct. 22-Miami Metropolis ......................... 24855 6.00
Oct. 22- S. S. Fay ................................ 24873 24.25












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Paid. In favor of. Warrant. Amount.
Oct. 22- DeLand News ............................ 24838 1.50
Oct. 22-Volusia County Record ..................... 24853 1.50
Oct. 22-G. A. Dame ............................. 24882 61.47
Oct. 22-J. Keely .................. ................ 24875 174.81
Oct. 22- L. A. Peacock ............................ 24870 93.68
Oct. 22- J. A, Hicks .............................. 24866 108.02
Oct. 22-Panama City Publishing Co. ................ 24816 2.75
Oct. 23-Lakeland Telegram ....................... 24787 3.00
Oct. 23-Manatee River Journal .................... 24842 1.50
Oct. 23-Eustis Lake Region ....................... 24835 1.50
Oct. 23- Mt. Dora Topic .......................... 24837 1.50
Oct. 23- Florida Chief ............................. 24822 1.50
Oct. 23-M. H. Arends .......................... 24748 4.75
Oct. 23- Mrs. G. Smith ............................ 24715 8.50
Oct. 23-Dade City Banner ........................ 24801 1.50
Oct. 23- Clearwater Sun .......................... 24799 5.00
Oct. 23- E. D. Thomas ............................ 24758 1.75
Oct. 23-Reporter Star, Orlando .................... 24832 5.00
Oct. 23- Tavares Herald ........................... 24797 1.00
Oct. 23-Lynn Haven Citizen ....................... 24798 1.50
Oct. 23- Milton Gazette ........................... 24883 1.50
Oct. 23- E. T. Elliott ............................. 24698 1.25
Oct. 23-R. N. Greene. State Health Officer........... 25975 423.66
Oct. 24-G. W. Simons ........................... 23800 250.00
Oct. 24-G. W. Simons. Jr. .................. ..... .24867 39.09
Oct. 24-Indian River Star, Cocoa .................. 24717 1 75
Oct. 24-Tribune Printing Co. ................ ...... 24804 2.50
Oct. 24- R. L. Swindell .................. ....... 24754 .75
Oct. 24-The Leader, Fort Meade ................... 24848 1.50
Oct. 24-W. H. Williams ............................. 24778 1.25
Oct. 24-F. L. Cubbedge .................. ......... 24749 1.00
Oct. 24-Free Press, Bristol ........... ............ 24857 1.50(
Oct. 24-Key West Citizen .......................... 24824 7.00
Oct. 24- S. Kersey ................................ 24746 2.25
Oct. 24-Zolfo Springs Truth ....................... 24790 1.50
Oct. 24- Zolfo Springs Truth ....................... 4844 1.50
Oct. 24- Plant City Courier .................. ... .. 24840 2.00
Oct. 24- C. E. Grable ............................. 24760 .50
Oct. 24-Standard Publishing Co. ................... 24833 1.50
Oct. 24-Sarasota Times ............................ 24808 1.50
Oct. 24-Tampa Daily Times ....................... 24845 6.00
Oct. 24- J. G. Martin ............................. 24744 1.25
Oct. 24- J. A. Lynch .............................. 2762 16.27
Oct. 24- Mrs. W. G. Barritt ....................... 24701 1.25
Oct. 24-Herald Co. .............................. 24854 1.50
Oct. 24-State Board of Health for State Treasurer,
acct. requisition Dr. Cox, ex-State Health Officer.. 26046 970.85
Oct. 25- J. Funke ................................. 24739 50.00
Oct. 25- J. Funke ................................ 24831 40.00
Oct. 25- J. De Nazarie ............................ 24865 95.84
Oct. 25-Slattery & DeLoach ....................... 24775 16.86
Oct. 25-Liderle Antitoxin Laboratory ................ 24741 940.51
Oct. 25- J. M. McLeod ........................... 24752 .75
Oct. 25- The Enterprise ............................ 24843 1.50













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Paid. In favor of. Warrant. Amount.
Oct. 25- E. D. Row ............................... 24690 .50
Oct. 25-F. H. Thomas Co. .......................... 24720 86.73
Oct. 25-Nassaua. County Leader ................... 24819 1.50
Oct. 27- P. N. Crawford .......................... 24765 2.00
Oct. 27-Tampa Morning New ..................... 24811 8.00
Oct. 27- S. C. Anderson ........................... 24695 .25
Oct. 27- L. L. Barnhi.1 ........................... 24711 1.50
Oct. 27- E. L. Lipsey ............................. 24762 3.00
Oct. 27- P. A. Brinson ............................ 24706 .25
Oct. 27- S. F. Ellinor ............................. 24705 .75
Oct. 27- W. Lasseter .............................. 2.4785 12.50
Oct. 27-Tabulating Machine Co. ................... 24780 140.20
Oct. 27-H. & W. B. Drev Co ...................... 26193 100.55
Oct. 27- D. Bain ................................. 24694 1.00
Oct. 27- H. S. Hurst ............................. 24700 .50
Oct. 27-Marion County Hospital ................... 24723 109.34
Oct. 27- Bettes Pharmacy ......................... 26200 207.58
Oct. 27-Tropical Topics ........................... 24858 .25
Oct. 29- C. W. Talmadge .......................... 24747 2.50
Oct. 29- J. E. Pittman ............................ 24704 '1.15
Oct. 29- Mrs. K. C. Lee ........................... 24702 1.00
Oct. 29-H. Roberts ............................... 24712 3.50
Oct. 29- A. C. Hamblin ........................... 26194 38.19
Oct. 29- S. J. Mears .............................. 25759 1.50
Oct. 29- B. H. James ............................. 24756 2.50
Oct. 29- C. M. Conkling ........................... 26199 60.00
Oct. 29- T. R. Puckett ............................ 26191 56.50
Oct. 29-Gadsden County Times .................... 24821 1.50
Oct 29- Mrs. F. E. Sanders ....................... 24751 .75
Oct. 29-Western Union Tel. Co. ................... 26202 34.55
Oct. 29-L. W. Cunningham ....................... 26196 10.00
Oct. 29- C. B. McDonnell .......................... 24830 7.00
Oct. 30-Okeechobee News ......................... 24656 2.00
Oct. 30-American Railway Exp. Co. ................ 26201 50.08
Oct. 30-Thomas Cusack Co. ........................ 26197 9.00
Oct. 30- J. J. Crowley ............................ 24691 1.75
Oct. 30- F. E. Smith .............................. 24761 1.75
Oct. 30-St. Petersburg Independent ................. 24847 5..00
Oct. 30-Whiteway Publishing Co.. ................ 24814 1.50
Oct. 30-Key West Morning Journal ................ 24832 6.00
Oct. 30- Flagler Tribune ........................ .24825 2.00
Oct. 31- W. H. Cox ............................... 26018 135.62
Oct. 31- J. F. McMurray .......................... 24745 50
Nov. 1-Moore Haven Times ...................... 24817 2.00
Nov. 1-Levy Times Democrat .................... 24803 1.50
Nov. 1-H. O. Snow ............................... 26198 38.97
Nov. 1-R. W. Underwood ......................... 26192 32.0J0
Nov. 3- L. W lllett ............................... 26195 69.94
Nov. 3-G. M. Floyd ............................. 24713 9.75
Nov. 3-Mrs. J. L. Dane ......................... 24716 5.50
Nov. 3-Leesburg Commercial ..................... 24826 1.60
Nov. 3-H. H. Fox .............................. 23841 55.55
Nov. 5- J. L. CloUd ........................... 24714 2.00
pov. 5-W. W. Woolfolk ......................... 24737 3.00













69

Paid. In favor of. Warrant. Amount.
Nov. 5- J. L. Wells ............................. 24743 1.00
Nov. 7-L. Davis ................................ 2z 850 10.00
Nov. 8-Citrus County Chronicl e .................. 24718 1.50
Nov. 8- W. C. Arline ............................. 24692 1.50
Nov. 10-J. A. Lynch ............................. 26901 125.00
Nov. 10-Miss Hawthorne ......................... 23851 10.00
Nov. 12-Burroughs Adding Machine Co. ............. 24727 1.50
Nov. 12-S. G. Thompson ......................... 26908 229.16
Nov. 12- S. Ketchein ............................. 26946 60.00
Nov. 12-A. Bresth ............................... 26914 166.66
Nov. 12-Marks, Marks & Holt ...................... 26937 35.83
Nov. 12-F. Whiddon ............................ 26940 75.00
Nov. 12-G. W. Simons .................... ...... 26906 250.30
Nov. 12- S. Bryan ................................ 26927 100.00
Nov. 12- L. Batt ................................ 26926 100.00
Nov. 12- P. Griffith .............................. 26923 125.00
Nov. 12-B. L. Arms ............................. 26905 250.00
Nov. 12- L. A. Peacock ........................... 26916 150.00
Nov. 12- A. Nelson ............................... 26954 27.00
\Nov. 12- G. Whitford ............................. 26915 166.66
Nov. 12- C. Morrisette ............................ 26951 40.00
Nov. 12-F. Russell .............................. 26941 65.00
Nov. 12- A. Pellerin ............................. 26945 60.00
NTov. 12- S. F. Floyd .............................. 26913 200.00
Nov. 12- W. J. Buck .............................. 26909 229.16
Nov. 12-H. Van W. Meyer ........................ 24766 .25
Nov. 12- H. Stambough ............................ 24708 2.00
Nov. 12-F. L. Tatom ............................. 26904 250.00
Nov. 14-H. P. Brown ............................ 26922 125.00
Nov. 14- L. Sargen ............................... 26944 60.00
Nov. 14- L. Godbold .............................. 26930 14.00
Nov. 14- M. C. DuPont ...................... ....... 26921 125.00
Nov. 14- G. A. Dame ............................. 23798 250.00
Nov. 14-G. A. Dame ............................ 26903 250.00
Nov. 14- H. D. Venters ........................... 26912 200.00
'Nov. 14-L. Davis .................................. 6956 10.00
Nov. 14- H. Miles ................................ 26947 60.00
Nov. 14- L. Willett ............................... 26925 103.00
Nov. 14- B. B. Dancy ............................. 24750 .50
Nov. 14- E. Barrs ................................ 26934 90.00
Nov: 14- A. Floyd ................................ 26929 112.50
Nov. 12- E. Yost ....................... ......... 26939 75.00
Nov. 14- B. Ogilvie ............................... 26938 75.00
Nov. 14- J. James ................................ 26948 60.00
Nov. 14-M. Thomas .............................. 26953 40.00
Nov. 14-L. Floyd .............................. 26952 40.00
Nov. 14-L. Starck .................................. 26942 85.00
Nov. 14-J. Keely ...................... .......... 26907 229.16
Nov. 14-B. Morhous ............................. 269.49 40.00
Nov. 14-R. P. Tarbutton ................... ....... 26982 110.00
Nov. 14-S. S. Fay .............................. 26911 200.00
Nov. 14- F. A. Brink ............................. 26910 200.03
Nov. 14-F. A. Brink .............................. 26203 58.50
Nov. 14-M. Irwin .............................. 2624 100.00













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Paid. In favor of. Wdrrant. Amount.
Nov. 15-E. Helvenston ............................. 26943 85.00
Nov. 15-N. Hitchcock ............................ 26935 90.00
Nov. 15- A. C. Hamblin ........................... 26902 250.00
Nov. 15-Mrs. M. Menendez ........................ 26933 90.00
Nov. 15-A. C. Emmons ....................... ..... 26928 100.00
Nov. 15- R. B. Brock ............................. 24768 2.50
Nov. 17- Mrs. O. Layton .......................... 26959 10.00
Nov. 17- Mrs. Seller .............................. 26090 10.00
Noj. 17- Mrs; T. L. Fiynt ......................... 26931 100.00
Nov. 17- W. H .Bryan ............................ 24872 28.65
Nov. 17- W. H. Bryan ............................ 22751 91.21
Nov. 17- J. De Nazarie ........................... 26920 125.00
Nov. 17-J. A. Hicks .. .................. ......... .26918 125.00
Nov. 17- R. Barnum .............................. 26958 10.00
Nov. 17- D. H. Osburn ............................ 26919 125.00
Nov. 17- M. Ryan ................................ 26950 40.00
Nov. 17- G. W. Johnson ........................... 24786 1.50
'Nov. 19-S. B. Hubbard Co. ...................... 28333 2.90
Nov. 19- R. N. Green ............................. 28361 265.01
Tov. 19-H. & W. B. Drew Co. ...................... 28370 61.23
Nov. 19-Atlantic Ice 8q Coal Co..................... 28336 10.00
Nov. 19-Underwood Typewriter Co. ................. 28339 263.14
Nov. 19-A. W. Underwood ........................ 27399 250.00
Nov. 19-The Balfe Company ...................... 28318 3.00
Nov. 19- G: Whitford ............................. 28347 198.49
Nov. 19-W. C. Logan Co. ......................... 28357 363.40
Nov. 19-Florida Times-Union ..................... 28328 14.45
Nov. 19- H. Frieske .............................. 28338 3.50
Nov. 19-Surgical Supply Co. ...................... 28316 1.00
Nov. 19-Ellis Curtis & Kooker ..................... 28375 366
Nov. 19- J. Lloyd ................................ 28321 13.92
SNov. 19-Jacksohville Tent & Awning Co ............. 28372 19.80
Nov. 19- T. J. Mahaffy ........................... 28320 7.00
Nov. 19-L. W. Cunningham ....................... 28341 70.00
Nov. 19-Fenole Chemical Co. ...................... 28323 3.95
Nov. 20- J. A. Lynch ............................. 28346 42.88
Nov. 20-M. C. DuPont ........................... 28368 97.05
Nov. 20-Knight & Wall Co. ........................ 28371 29.50
Nov. 20- D. Walker ............................... 28358 14 00
Nov. 20-H. D. Venters ............................ 28366 28.55
Nov. 20-St. Luke's Hospital Assn. ................. 28315 186.00
Nov. 20-St. Luke's Hospital ....................... 28324 85.30
Nov. 20- M. Irwin ............................... 28869 134.22
Nov. f0-Livingston-Yonge Co. ...................... 28317 7.05
Nov. 20- H. E. Majors ............................ 28697 1.03
Nov. 21- A. Bresth ............................... 28380 173.10
Nov. 21-Tampa Water Works ..................... 28373 1.25
Nov. 21- C. T. Young ............................. 28378 125.00
Nov. 21-Palm Bench Mercantile Co................. 28382 141.54
Nov. 21 -New Smyrna News Co. .................... 28362 -.00
Nov. 21-City Electric Light Plant ................. 28322 15.50
Nov. 21- J. Keely .................................. 283 0 347.33
Nov. 21- J. De Nazarie ............................ 28365 171.87
Nov. 21- J. De Nazarie ........................... 28351 10.82
















Faid. In favor of. Warrant. Amount.
Nov. 21--J. A. Hicks ........................ ..... 28364 84.06
Nov. 21- J. T. Merrett ............................ 24707 .75
Nov. 22- A. 8. Malin ............................. 26957 10.00
Nov. 22- D. H. Osburn ............................ 28360 96.54
Nov. 22-Peninsular Telephone Co. .................. 28326 3.75
Nov. 22- Cocoa Tribune .................. ....... 28374 1.50
Nov. 22-Dennis Printing Co. ...................... 28331 17.00
Nov. 22-Hall Bros. Printing Co .................... 28332 7.75
Nov. 22-Florida C:ean Towel Supply Co. ............ 28335 5.25
Nov. 22- J. K. Simpson ........................... 26917 125.00
Nov. 22-J. K. Simpson .........: ................. 28343 10.71
Nov. 22-E. Sanders .............................. 28353 18.00
Nov. 22- E. Oliver ................................ 28354 5.25
Nov. 22- D. Dannheisser .......................... 28383 30.00
Nov. 24- Lea & Febiger ........................... 28340 5.00
Nov. 24- C. E. Fenn .............................. 24699 1.00
Nov. 24-Southern Bell T. & T. Co ................. 29002 55.55
Nov. 24-Liderle Antitoxin Laboratory .............. 28363 375.03
Nov. 24- Florida Metropolis ....................... 28319 2.94
Nov. 24-Groover-Stewart Drug Co. ................. 29005 66.21
Nov. 24- B. L. Arms ................. ............. 29004 29.10
Nov. 4- L. A. Peacock ........................... 28381 178.32
Nov. 24- J. R. Livingston ....... .................. 28314 340.00
Nov. 5-J. C. Luning, State Treasurer .............. 29290 8,183.11
Nov. 26-Rockefeller Foundation ......' ............. 28330 176.55
Nov. 26-American Railway Exp. Co ................ 28379 69.43
Nov. 26-A. M. Davis Co ........................... 24755 1.00
Nov. 26-W. J. Berry & Co. .......................... 28377 20.90
Nov. 26- The Sentinel ............................ 28359 7.50
Nov. 26- F. Sublette .............................. 8348 18.00
Nov. 26-L. M. Gibson ..... ...................... .28352 18.00
Nov. 6-N. Burrows ............................. 28356 7.46
Nov. 26- J. Funke ................................ 28342 70.00
Nov. 28- J. E. Graves ............................ 29003 52.80
Nov. 28-Williams & Wilkins Co. ................... 24719 5.00
Nov. 2--G. W. Simons, Jr........................... 28367 18.27
Nov. 28- A. C. namblin ........................... 28337 215.35
Nov. 28- E. M. Ernest ..................... : ...... 29171 89.00
Nov. 28-W. J. Buck ............................... 28345 80.32
Dec. 1- W. Y. Douglass .......................... 24763 1.00
Dec. 1-Superintendent of Documents .............. 28327 20.00
Dec. 3-Tabulating Machine Co. .................... 28376 54.00
Dec. 3-Jacksonville Printing Co. .................. 29360 2.100.00
Dec. 3- Citizen-Reporter .......................... 28334 1.00
Dec. 3-The Tutewiler Press ..................... 29376 211.69
Dec. 3- E. Worthington .......................... 28355 10.00
Dec. 3- W. A. Claxton ........................... 26936 106 60
Dec. 3- W. A. Claxton ........................... 24868 55.22
Dec. 3- W A. Claxton ........................... 28344 70.02
Dec. 6-Bradentown Herald ....................... 28329 1.50
Dec. 6- A. Floyd .............................. 0833 100.00
Dec. 6- S. Bryan ................................ 29834 100.00
Dec. 6- L. Bott ................................. 29831 100.00
Dec. 6-G. W. Simons, Jr. ........................ 29808 250.00













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Paid. In favor of. Warrant. Amount.
Dec. 6-F. Whiddon .............................. 29844 75.00
Dec. 6- P. Griffith .............................. 29820 125.00
Dec. 6-Marks, Marks & Holt...................... 29855 25.00
Dec. 6-B. L. Arms .............................. 29804 250.00
Dec. 8-L. Sargen ................................. 29841 75.00
Dec. 8- N. Hitchcock ............................. 28835 90.00
Dec. 8- L. Willett ............................... 29823 100.00
Dec. 8-H. D. Venters .............................. 29814 200.00
Dec. 8- 0. H. Osburn ............................ 29825 125.00
Dec. 8- M. C. Dupont ............................ 29822 125.00
Dec. 8-L. Godbold ...........: .................. 29847 60.00
Dec. 8- A. Breath ............................... 29817 166.66
Dec. 8- S. G. Thompson .......................... 29809 229.16
Dec. 8-8. Ketchen ................. .............. 29849 60.00
Dec. 8- E. Barrs ................................ 29837 90.00
Dec. 8- J., K. Simpson ........................... 29819 125.00
Dec. 8- B. Ogi:vie ............................... 29843 75.00
Dec. 8-Mrs. E. Yost .............................. 29842 75.00
Dec. 8- J. .Tames ................................. 9848 60.00
Dec. 8- C. Mori-isette ............................ 29854 29.33
Dec, 8-L.' Floyd ................................. 29852 40.00
Dec. 8- V. Buteler ............................... 29863 9.38
Dec. 8-M. Pellerin ...................... ....... 29850 60.00
Dec. 8--Mrs. R. B. Tarbutton ..................... 29827 110.00
Dec. 8- F. Russell ...... .. ...................29845 65.00
Dec. 8- Mrs. I. M. Brink ......................... 29864 4.66
Dec. 8-F. A. Brink ............................. 29812 200.00
Dec. 8- J. A. Hicks .............................. 29826 125.00
Dec. 10- Mrs. T. Flynt ..................... ....... 29840 80.00
Dec. 10-L. A. Peacock .................. .......... 29818 150.00
Dec. 10- H. Miles ................................ 29846 60.00
pec. 10-W. B. Keating .. ......................... 29829 10.00
Dec. 10- A. C. Hamblin ........................... 29805 250.00
Dec. 10-Mrs. O. Layton .................. ....... 29861 10.00
Dec. 10-E. F. H. Ganten ............. ............ 29856 23.33
Dec. 10- W. .. Buck .............................. 29811 229.16
Dec. 10-A. C. Emmons ............................ 29828 100.00
Dec. 10-L. Starck ............................. 29838 85.00
Dec. 10- J. De Nazarie ............................ 29823 125.00
Dec. 10-B. Morhous .............................. 29858 10.00
Dec. 10- F. L. Tatom ............................. 29807 250.00
Dec. 11-M. Thomas .............................. 29851 40.00
Dec. 11- J. A. Lynch ............................. 29824 125.00
Dec. 11-E. Helvenston ........................... 29839 85.00
Dec. 11- H. P. Brown ............................. 29821 125.00
pec. 12-S. F. Flood .............................. 29815 200.00
Dec. 12-Mrs. M. Menendez ........................ 29836 90.00
Dec. 12- E. Johnson .............................. 29857 12.00
\Dec. 12- G. Whitford ............................. 29816 166.66
Dec. 17-J. Kelly .................... .......... 29810 229.16
Dec. 17-R[ Barnum .........................,.... 29860 10.00
Dec. 17-G. M. Devrieg ......... .................. 24764 .50
Dec. 17-Tampa Electric Co. ....................... 28325 1.00
Dec. 19-M. L. Irwin ............................. 29830 100.00
















Paid. In favor of. Warrant. Amount.
Dec. 22- J. L. Earman ............. ........... ... 32452 275.44
Dec. 22- J. L. Earman ............................ 29170 145.60
Dec. 22-G. T. Haynes ................ ........ 32431 6.25
Dec. 22- G. F. Crouch ............................ 32430 11.75
Dec. 22- A. Bresth ....... ......... ............ 32454 18.21
Dec. 22-Jacksonville Printing Co. .................. 32474 221.00
Dec. 22-Stinson-Sharmon Co. ...................... 32445 9.75
Dec. 22-Tampa Book & Stationery Co. ............... 32368 2.60
Dec. 22-W. M. Davis ........... ..... ......... 32424 13.00
Dec. 22- W. S. Whitney ........................... 38421 7.50
Dec. 22- Mrs. F. Bawls ........................... 32415 13.25
Dec. 22-S. D. Summers .......................... 32405 11.00
Dec. 22- R. N. Greene ................. ......... 32387 127.51
Dec. 22-Underwood Typewriter Co.................. 32472 15.00
Dec. 22- S. G. Thompson .......................... 32461 48.71
Dec. 22-The sign Shop ........................... 32470 75.00
Dec. 22-Dixon Office Supply Co. ................... 32363 54.80
Dec. 22- J. P. Smith ..................... ........ 32411 13.50
Dec. 22-Delcher Bros. Storage Co. .................. 32446 4.90
Dec. 22- C. G. Oldfather .......................... 32428 22.75
Dec. 22- M. Irwin .............. ... ............ 32458 88.32
Dec. 22-G.. W. Simons, Jr. ......................... 32456 71.99
Dec. 22-Groover-Stewart Drug Co. ................. 32471 7.02
Dec. 22-B. L. Arms ............ ................. 32464 85.56
Dec. 22- C. H. Purdy .......... ................... 32408 257.25
Dec. 22- M. Ryan .......................... ..... 29853 40.00
Dec. 22-Tropical Sun ............................. 32473 6.00
Dec. 22- Mrs. J. Sewell ........................... 32372 19.50
Dec. 22- L. A. Peacock ............................ 32468 103.52
Dec. 22-W. A. Ray Hardware Co. ................. 32441 65.25
Dec. 22- F. A. Brink ............................. 32476 83.86
Dec. 22-F. A. Bynk .................... 32465 66.31
Dec. 22-Central Pharmacy Co. ..................... 32440 20.40
Dec. 22- J. W illiams .............................. 32436 2.00
Dec. 22--N. L. Burrows ........................... 32393 19.96
Dec. 22- E. Oliver ................................ 32434 12.00
Dec. 22- F. L. Tatom ............................. 32459 111.01
Dec. 22- J. A. Hicks ............................... 32466 107.54
Dec. 23- W V. Culley ............................ 32417 20.75
Dec. 23-J. C. Luning, for State Bd. Health........... 33375 992.22
Dec. 24-Dennis Printing Co. ......................... 32447 19.50
Dec. 24-H. & W. B. Drew Co ....................... 33190 15.75
Dec. 24- S. King ................................. 32395 525
Dec. 24- M. Cornman ............................ 32378 4.50
Dec. 24- Mrs. E. W. House ........................ 32427 21.50
Dec. 24- J. Evers ................................ 32414 14.00
Dec. 24-W. R. Warren ........................... 32420 47.25
Dec. 24-Gainesville Daily News ................... 32439 6.00
Dec. 24- R. G. Fink ............................... 32406 79.25
Dec. 24-Peninsular Telephone Co. ...................... 32367 4.50
Dec. 24- A. C. Hamblin ..................... ... .. 32462 195.45
Dec. 24- H. D. Venters ........................... 32475 27.01
Dec. 24-A. E. Meeks .............................. 32369 12.00
Dec. 24- G. G. Smith ............................. 32412 141.25













74

Paid. In favor of. Warrant. Amount.
Dec. 22-Florida Trunk Mfg. Co. .................. 32192 64.00
Dec. 24-W. J. Buck .............................. 32455 124.00
pec. 24-W. C. Logan ......... ................... 33191 50.75
Dec. 24- A. M. Lopez ............................. 32423 10.50
Dec. 24- Miami Herald ............................ 32388 1.50
Dec. 24-C. R. Johnson .................. ......... 32442 3.00
Dec. 24-Gulf Transfer Co. .................... ..... 32443 2.00
Dec. 24-F. Subleth ............................ .. 32432 28.00
Dec. 26-J. A. Lynch ..... ....................... 32457 133.02
Dec. 26- L. Bellamy .............................. 32402 .25
Dec. 26-Mrs. W. A. Dutch ........................ 32374 18.00
dec. 26-Mrs. P. N. Thompson ..................... 32384 4.50
Dec. 26- Brewster Hospital ........................ 32390 15.00
Dec. 26- J. J. Decker ............................. 24709 1.00
Dec. 26-L. W. Cunningham ....................... 33193 25.00
Dec. 26---R. Eversole .............................. 32376 10.50
Dec. 26-Mayes Printing Co. ........................ 32444 9.00
Dec. 26- B. Cabman .............................. 32437 4.00
Dec. 26- J. F. Warren ............................. 32410 12.25
pec. 26- J. D. Shaw .............................. 22403 .50
Dec. 26-E. Worthington .......................... 32435 22.00
Dec. 26- R. Dennheisser ........................... 32433 45.00
Dec. 27-A. H. Thomas Co. ........................ 32371 44.12
Dec. 29- Mrs. E. Freeland .................. ....... 32373 21.00
Dec. 29- W. S. Wev ............... ............ 32426 7.50
Dec. 29- D. J. Mason ............................. 32422 21.25
Dec. 29- D. W alker ............................... 33189 12.00
Dec. 29-D. W. McLeod .............. ........ 32407 11.25
Dec. 29-L. L. Hine ................. ............. 32418 4.00
Dec. 29- J. W Owen ............................. 32416 9.25
Dec. 29-Mrs. F. P. Day ......................... b32370 12.50
Dec. 29--F. M. Carlton ............................ 32397 1.00
Dec. 29- J. De Nazarie ............................ 32453 131.42
Dec. 29-Liderle Antitoxin Laboratory .............. 32386 847.70
Dec. 29- H. C. Sistrunk ........................... 32419 18.5*
Dec. 29-Mrs. W. J. Myers ........................... 32396 1.50
Dec. 29-Tampa Water Works Co. ................... 33187 1.25
Dec. 29-Peninsular Tel. Co. ....................... 33188 4.50
Dec. 29-C. W. Weaver .......................... 7256 3.75
Dec. 29- E. M. Earnest ........................... 32391 57.0'
Dec. 29-A. C. Armstead .......................... 32425 14.00
Dec. 29- J. 11. Lockhart .......................... 32413 19.25
Dec. 29- G. Whitford ............................. 32463 85.77
Dec. 29-M. Seller ................................ 29859 10.00
Dec. 29- S. S. Fay ............................... 29813 200.00
Dec. 29-S. S. Fay ................................... 32363 25.10
Dec. 29- Mrs. Streeter ............................ 32383 1.50
Dec. 29- M. Stowers .............................. 3n282 1.50
Dec. 29- G. A. Dame ............................. 32349 256.53
pec. 29-L. H. Whitaker .......................... 32404 1.2.
Dec. 31-Daily and Semi-Weekly Sun ............... 32438 7.00
Dec. 31- D. H. Osburn ............................ 32467 97.99
















Paid. In favor of. Warrant. Amount.
Dec. 31-American Medical Publishing Co. ............ 32364 3.00
Dec. 31-National Tuberculosis Assn................. 32366 18.00
Dec. 31-State Treasurer, transfer to Chamberlain-Kahn
Health Fund ............................. 33671 718.73

Total disbursements during year ....................... $169,22 .05


PRINCIPAL OF STATE SCHOOL FUND

RECEIPTS IN 1919.


Feb. 28-Matured Pensacola, Fla.. 6% Bonds .............. $ 1,000.00
Feb. 28-Matured Millville, Bay County, 5% Bonds....... 1,000.00
June 30-Receipts account of 5% of Public Land Sales' from
U. S. Government ................... ......... 219.86
June 30-Redemption of Millville, Bay Couqty, Fla., 5%
Bonds ....................................... 1,000.00
July 31-Redemption of Holmes County 8% School Warrants 8,000.00
Aug. 31-Escheated Estate of Frederick Sybesma, Clay
County ...................................... 87.40
Aug. 31-Trespass on School Lands ..................... 214.16
Sept. 30-Land Sales by State Board of Education. ........ 1,799.75
Oct. 31-Lease No. 39 of School Lands ................... 160.00
Nov. 30-Land Sales by State Board of Education.......... 388.40
Dec. 31-Matured Holmes County 8% School Warrants.... 7,000.00

Total receipts during year ...................... $ 20,869.51
Balance in fund January 1. 1919 ................. 41,554.64

$ 62,424.15
DISBURSEMENTS IN 1919.


july 16-Purchased $7,000.00 Holmes County. Fla.. 8%
School W warrants at par........................ $
Oct. 11-Purchased $4,000.00 Holmes County, b la.. 6% Road
and Bridge Bonds at 102 and interest ...........
Oct. 11-Purchased $2,000.00 Mulberry, Fla., 6% Bonds at
102 and interest ..............................
Dec. 15-Purchased $6,000.00 Tallahassee, Fla., 5% Bonds
at 98% and interest ...........................


7,000.00

4,189.33

2,074.33

5,921.67


Total disbursements during year ................$ 19,185 33
Balance in fund December 31, 1919............... 43,238.82

$ 62,424.15
Balance in fund January 1, 1920 ................$ 43,238.82













76


INTEREST OF STATE SCHOOL FUND

RECEIPTS IN 1919.

Jan. 1-Semi-Annual Interest on $201,500.00 Virginia Cen-
tury 3% Bonds ...................... ..... ',3,022.50
Jan. 1-Semi-Annual Interest on $45,000.00 Alabama Reg
istered 3% % Bonds .......................... 787.50
\Jan. 1-Semi-Annual Interest on $10,000.00 Marianna, Fla.,
5% Bonds ................................. 250.00
Jan. 1-Semi-Annual Interest on $32,000.00 Lakeland, Fla.,
5% Bonds ................................... 800.00
Jan. 1-Semi-Annual Interest on $55,000.00 Sarasota, Fla.,
5% Bonds ................................... 1,375.00
Jan. 1-Semi-Annual Interest on $23,000.00 -ilton, Fla.,
5% Bonds .................................... 575.00
Jan. 1-Semi-Annual Interest on $1,000.00 Pensacola, Fla.,
6% Bonds ................................... 80.00
Jan. 1-Semi-Annual Interest on $13,000.00 Pensacola, Fla.,
4% % Bonds ................................. 292.50
Jan. 1-Semi-Annual Interest on $20,000.00 Iillsborough
County 4% Bonds ............................. 400.00
Jan. 1-Semi-Annual Interest on $50,000.00 Madison County
5% Bonds ................................... 1,250.00
Jan. 1-Semi-Annual Interest on $20,000.00 Ft. Meade,
Fla., 5% Bonds .............................. 500.00
Jan. 1-Semi-Annual Interest on $15,000.00 Ft. Myers, Fla.,
5% Bonds ................................... 375.00
Jan. 1-Semi-Annual Interest on $11,000.00 Live Oak, F:a.,
5% Bonds ................................... 275.00
Jan. 1-Semi-Annual Interest on $25,000.00 DeSoto County,
Fla., 5% Bonds .............................. 625.00
Jan. 1-Semi-Annual Interest on $26,000.00 Wauchula, Fla..
6% Bonds ................................... 780.00
Jan. 1-Semi-Annual Interest on $50,000.00 Hernando
County, Fla., 5% Bonds ....................... 1,250.00
Jan. 1-Semi-Annual Interest on $4,500.00 Panama City,
Fla., 6% Bonds ............................... 135.00
Jan. 1-Semi-Annual Interest on $15,000.00 Levy County,
Fla., 6% Bonds ............................... 450.00
Jan. 1-Semi-Annual Interest on $19,000.00 Millville, Bay
County, Fla., 5% Bonds........................ 475.00
Jan. 1-Semi-Annual Interest on $10,000.00 Newberry, Fin.,
6% Bonds ................................... 300.00
Jan. 1-Semi-Annual Interest on $5,000.00 Bartow, Fla.,
5% Bonds ................................... 125.00
Jan. 1-Semi-Annual Interest on $5,000.00 Port Tampa, Fla.,
Fla., 5% Bonds .............................. 125.00
Jan. 1-Semi-Annual Interest on $18,000.00 Bonifay, Fla.,
5% Bonds ................................... 540.00
Jan. 1-Semi-Annual Interest on $242,800.00 Florida Re-
funding 3% Bonds ............... ............ 3,642.00
Jan. 1-Semi-Annual Interest on $125,367.00 Florida Re-
funding 3% Bonds ............................ 1,880.50















Jan. 31-Interest on funds In banks subject to investment in
suitable bonds when offered .................... 412.03
Feb. 8-Semi-Annual Interest on $43,000.00 DeSoto County,
Fla., 6% Bonds ............................... 1,305.00
Feb. 8-Semi-Annual Interest on $20,000.00 DeSoto County,
Fla., 5% Bonus .............................. 500.00
Feb. 10-Interest on delayed payment of DeSoto County
coupons ..................................... 3.15
Feb. 14-Interest on delayed payment of Washington County
coupons ...................................... 6.45
Mar. 1-Semi-Annual Interest on $20,000.00 Milton, Fla.,
5% Bonds ................................... 500.00
Mar. 1-Semi-Annual Interest on $16,000.00 Lake City,
Fla., 5% Bonds ............................... 400.00
Mar. 1-Semi-Annual Interest on $20,000.00 Mulberry, Fla.,
6% Bonds ................................... 600.00
Mar. 1-Semi-Annual Interest on $2,500.00 Citra, Marion
County, Fla., 5% Bonds ........................ 62.5
Mar. 1-Semi-Annual Interest on $43,500.00 Calhoun
County, Fla., 6% Time Warrants ................ 1,305.00
Mar. 1-Annual Interest on $25,000.00 Fanama City, Fla.,
5% Bonds ................................... 1,250.00
Mar. 18-Semi-Annual Interest on $50,000.00 U. S. Govern-
ment 3rd Liberty Loan 41/4 Bonds ................ 1,062.50
Apr. 1-Semi-Annual Interest on $2,000.00 Pensacola, Fla.,
4% Bonds ................................... 45.00
Apr. 1-Semi-Annual Interest on $30,000.00 Dade County,
Fla., 4% Bonds .............................. 675.00
Apr. 30-Interest on funds in banks subject to investment
in suitable bonds when offered .................. 419.90
Apr. 30-Interest on delayed payment of Marianna, Fla.,
coupons ..................................... 3.75
May 1-Semi-Annual Interest on $36,000.00 Holmes County,
Fla., 6% Bonds ............................... 1,080.00
May 1-Semi-Annual Interest on $8,000.00 Pinellas County,
Fla., 6% Bonds ............................... 240.00
May 1-Semi-Annual Interest on $3,000.00 St. Johns
County, Fla., 5V% Bonds ........................ 82.50
May 1-Annual Interest on $14,000.00 Jackson County, Fla.,
4% Bonds ................................... 560.00
May 31-Interest on delayed payment of DeSoto County
coupons ...................................... 7.77
June 1-Semi-Annual Interest on $30,000.00 Arcadia, Fla.,
5% Bonds ................................... 750.00
June 1-Semi-Annual Interest on $35,000.00 Washington
County, Fla., 6% Bonds ........................ 1,050.00
June 1-Semi-Annual Interest on $8,000.00 Marion County.
Fla., 5% Bonds ............................... 200.00
June 1-Annual Interest on $35,000.00 Leesburg, Fla., 6%
Bonds ........................................ 2,100.00
June 7-Accrued Interest on Millville, Bay County, Fla.,
5% No. 18 called ............................. 20.94
July 1-Semi-Annual Interest on $201,500.00 Virginia Cen-
tury 3% Bonds ................................ 3,022.50















July 1-Semi-Annual Interest on $45,000.00 Alabama Reg-
istered 3% % Bonds .......................... 787.50
July 1-Semi-Annual Interest on $10.000.00 Marlanna, Fla.,
Fla., 5% Bonds .............................. 250.00
July 1-Semi-Annual Interest on $32,000.00 Lakeland, Fla.,
5% Bonds ................................... 800.00
July 1-Semi-Annual Interest on $55,000.00 Sarasota, Fla.,
5% Bonds .................................... 1,375.00
July 1-Semi-Annual Interest on $23,000.00 Milton, Fla.,
5% Bonds ................................... 575.00
July 1-Semi-Annual Interest on $13,000.00 Pensacola, Fla.,
5% Bonds ................................... 292.50
July 1-Semi-Annual Interest on $20,000.00 Hillsborough
County, Fla., 4% Bondso ....................... 400.00
July 1-Semi-Annual Interest on $50,000.00 Madison Coun-
ty, Fla., 5% Bonds ............................ 1,250.00
July 1-Semi-Annual Interest on $20,000.00 Ft. Meade,
Fla., 5% Bonds .............................. 500.00
Ju'y 1-Semi-Annual Interest on $15,000.00 Ft. Myers, Fla.,
5% Bonds ................................... 375.00
July 1-Semi-Annual Interest on $11,000.00 Live Oak, Fla.,
5% Bonds .................................. 275.00
July 1-Semi-Annual Interest on $25,000.00 DeSoto County,
Fla., 5% Bonds ............................... 625.00
July 1-Semi-Annual Interest on $26,000.00 Wauchula, Fla.,
6% Bonds .................... ................ 780.00
July 1-Semi-Annual Interest on $50,000.00 Hernando
County, Fla., 5% Bonls. ........................ 1,250.00
July 1-Semi-Annual Interest on $4,500.00 Panama City,
Fla., 6% Bonds .............................. 135.00
July 1-Semi-Annual, Interest on $15,000.00 Levy County,
Fla., 6% Bonds .............................. 45J.00
July 1-Semi-Annual Interest on $17,000.00 Millville, Bay
County, Fla., 5% Bonds ................... ... .. 423.00
July 1-Semi-Annual Interest on $10,000.00 Newberry, Fla.,
6% Bonds ................................... 300.00
July 1-Semi-Annual Interest on 45,000.00 Bartow, Fla.,
5% Bonds ................................... 125.00
July 1-Semi-Annual Interest on $5,000.00 Port Tampa,
Fla., 5% Bonds .............................. 125.00
July 1-Semi-Annual Interest on $18,000.00 Bonifay, Fla.,
6% Bonds ................................... 540.00
July 1-Annual Interest on $5,000.00 Marianna, Fla., 5%
Bonds ....................................... 250.00
July 1-Semi-Annual Interest on $242,800.00 Florida Re-
funding 3% Bonds ........................... 3,642.00
July 1-Semi-Annual Interest on $125,367.00 Florida Re-
funding 8% Bonds ............................ 1,880.50
July 16-Annual Interest on $30,000.00 Jasper, Fla., 5%
Bonds ...................................... 1,500.00
July 31-Interest on funds in banks subject to investment
in suitable bonds when offered ................. 480.74
July 31-Interest on Holmes County, Fla., 8% School War-
rants ........................................ 618.67
















Aug. 1-Semi-Annual Interest on $43,500.00 DeSoto County,
Fla., 6% Bonds ..............................
Aug. 1-Semi-Annual Interest on $20,000.00 DeSoto County,
Fla., 5% Bonds ..............................
.Aug. 1-Semi-Annual Interest on $20,000.00 DeSoto County,
Fla., 5% Bonds ..............................
Sept. 2-Semi-Annual Interest on $20,000.00 Milton, Fla.,
5% B onds ...................................
Sept. 2-Semi-Annual Interest on $20,000.00 Mulberry, Fla.,
6% B onds ...................................
Sept. 2-Semi-Annual Interest on $16.000.00 Lake City, Fla.,
5% B onds ...................................
Sept. 2-Semi-Annual Interest on $2,500.00 Citra, Marion
County, Fla., 5% Bonds .......................
Sept. 2-Semi-Annual Interest on $43,500.00 Calhoun Coun-
ty, Fla., 6% Time Warrants ....................
Sept. 15-Semi-Annual Interest on $50,000.00 I'. S. Govern-
ment Third Liberty Loan 4Y4% Bonds...........
Oct. 1-Semi-Annual Interest on $2,000.00 Pensacola, Fla.,
4%/% Bonds ..................................
Oct. 1-Semi-Annual Interest on $30,000.00 Dade County,
Fla., 4% % Bonds ............................
Oct. 14-Interest on delayed payment of Calhoun County
coupons ......................................
Oct. 31-Interest on funds in banks subject to investment in
suitable bonds when offered ....................
Nov. 1-Semi-Annual Interest on $3,000.00 St. Johns Coqn-
ty, Fla., 5 % Bonds .........................
Nov. 1-Semi-Annual Interest on $40,000.00 Holmes County,
Fla., 6% Bonds ..............................
Nov. 1-Semi-Annual Interest on $8,000.00 Pinellas County,
Fla., 6% Bonds ................................
Nov. 1-Annual Interest on $20,000.00 Chipley, Fla., 5%
B onds .......................................
Dec. 1-Semi-Annual Interest on $35,000.00 Washington
County, Fla., 6% Bonds .......................
Dec. 1-Semi-Annual Interest on $30,000.00 Arcadia, Fla.,
5% B onds ....................................
Dec. 1-Semi-Annual Interest on $8,000.00 Marion County,
Fla., 5% Bonds ..............................
Dec. 5-Interest on $7,000.00 Holmes Coupty 8% Warrants
m atured ....................... .. ...........


Total .eceipts during year .......................$ 69,599.61
Balance in fund January 1, 1101 ................. 47,803.56


$ 117,403.17


1,305.00

500.00

500.0a(


500.00

600.00

400.00

62.50

1,305.00

1,062.50

45.00

675.00

8.70

449.18

82.50

1,200.00

240.00

1,000.00

1,050.00

750.00

200.00


233.33













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DISBURSEMENTS IN 1910.

Feb. 28-Warrants paid during month .................... $ 62,650.60
Mar. 31-Warrants paid during month ................... 5,997.50

Total disbursements during year ................. $ 68,647.50'
Balance in fund December 31, 1919............... 4%,755.67

$ 117,403.1'1
Balance in fund January 1, 1920................. 48,755.67




INTEREST OF SCHOOL FUND.

County School Depository:

Paid. In favor of. Warrant. Amount.
Feb. 8- County of Leon .......................... '3122 $ 1,593.50
Feb. 10-County of Wakulla ....................... 3146 399.00
Feb. 12-County of Suwannee ...................... 3144 1,745.00
Feb. 12- County of Taylor ......................... 3144 593.00
Feb. 12- County of Baker .......................... ,3097 460.50
Feb. 12-County of Columbia ....................... 3105 1,454.50
Feb. 12-County of Jefferson ......................... 3118 949.00
Feb. 12-County of Brevard ........................... 3100 670.00
Feb. 12-County of Seminole ........ ............... 3142 776.00
Feb. 12-County of St. Lucie ....................... 3140 635.53
Feb. 12-County of Escambia ...................... 3109 2,752.00
Feb. 12-County of Jackson ........................ 3117 2,978.50
Feb. 12-County of Walton ........................ 3147 1,054.50
Feb. 12-County of Washington ....................... 3148 1,021.00
Feb. 13- County of Nassau .............. .......... 3129 691.50
Feb. 13-County of Lafayette .......... ............ 3119 573.00
Feb. 13-County of Flagler.................... ..... 3110 139.50
Feb. 13-County of Alachua ....................... 3096 2,991.50
Feb. 13- County of Osceola ....................... 3143 580.00
Feb. 13-County of Sumter .................: ...... 3143 693.00
Feb. 13-County, of Pasco ......................... 3135 715.50
Feb. 13-County of Volusia ......................... 3145 1,633.50
Feb. 13- County of Hlllsboro ....................... 3115 5,856.50
Feb. 13- County of Citrus ........... ........ ..... .. 3103 489.00
Feb. 13-County of Orange ......................... 3132 1,299.50
Feb. 14-County of Lee .................... ....... 3121 614.50
Feb. 14-County of Lake ...................... .... .3120 932.00
Feb. 14-County of Okeechobee ..................... 3131 154.50
Feb. 14- County of Duval ........ ................. 3108 5,345.00
Feb. 14- County of Levy .......................... 3123 880.00
Feb. 14-County of Clay ............................. 3104 446.50
Feb. 14-County of Calhoun ....................... 3102 660.50
Feb. 14-County of Monroe .......................... 3128 898.00
Feb. 14- County of Liberty ........................ 3124 392.50
Feb. 14-County of Hernando ...................... 3114 370.50
Feb. 14- County of Polk ........................... 3137 2,878.50
Feb. 14-County of Pinellas ........................ 3136 1,738.50
















Paid. In favor of. Warrant. Amount.
Feb. 14-County of Marion ........................ 3127 2,170.50
Feb. 14-County of Broward ....................... 3101 416.00
Feb. 14-County of Palm Beach ..................... 3134 1,125.50
Feb. 14--Cou ty of Dade .......................... 3106 2,084.00
Feb. 14-County of Hamilton ...................... 3113 978.50
Feb. 14-County of Franklin ....................... .3111 287.00
Feb. 14-County of Holmes ........................ 3116 1,089.00
Feb. 14-County of Gadsden ....................... 3112 1,739.50
Feb. 15-County of Manatee ........................... 3126 1,257.50
Feb. 17-County of DeSoto ......................... 3107 2,121.00
Feb. 28-County of Bradford ....................... 3099 1,317.00
Mar. 1- County of St. Johns ...................... 3139 806.00
Mar. 1-County of Putnam ....................... 3138 1,037.50
Mar. 11-County of Santa Rosa .................... 3141 1,047.00
Mar. 12-County of Bay ........................... .3098 766.50
Mar. 12-County of Okaloosa ...................... 3130 764.00
Mar. 13-County of Madison ....................... 31. 5 1,576.50

Total disbursements during year ................. .$ 68,647.50




PRINCIPAL OF SEMINARY FUND

RECEIPTS IN 1919.

May 31-I.and sales by State Board of Education ......... .$ 3,233.20
Balance in fund January 1, 191 ................. 386.01

$ 3,619.21

DISBURSEMENTS IN 1919.

Nov. 30-Purchased $3,50).00 Quincy, Fla., 5% Bonds at
.99 and interest ................... ........... 3,528.68
Balance December 31, 1019 ..................... 90.53

$ 3,619.21
Balance January 1, 1920. ................ 90.53




DRAINAGE BOND FUND

RECEIPTS,IN 1910.

Jan. 31-Receipts during month ........................ 37,294.66
Feb. 28-Receipts during month .................... ....... 5,700.00
Mar. 31- Receipts during month ........................ 4,750.00
Apr. 30-Receipts during month ......................... 32,455.19
June 31-Receipts during month ......................... 20,000.00
July 30-Receipts during month ......................... 158,245.22
Aug. 31-Receipts during month ........................ 37,050.00

6-Treas.















Sept. 30-Receipts during month ...................... 27,485.00
Oct. 31-Receipts during month ........................ .. 47,014.87
Nov. 30-Receipts during/month .............. .......... 63,680.00
Dec., 31-Receipts during month ........................ 105,520.00

Total receipts during year.'...................... $ 539,194.94
Balance January 1, 1919 ....................... 668,540.32

$1,207,735.26

The $539,194.94 received during the year was from the following
sources:
Sale of Drainage Bonds ................................. $ 519,695.00
Interest on Funds ..................................... 17,699.94
From South Florida Farms Company ....................... 1,800.00

\ $ 539,194.94

DISBURSEMENTS IN 1919.

Jan. 31-Warrants paid during month .................. $ 64,999.22
Feb. 28-Warrants paid during month .................... 61,960.92
Mar. 31-Warrants paid during month ................... 73,407.29
Apr. 36--Warrants paid during month..................... 57,640.27
May 31-Warrants paid during month ............. ...... 106,916.56
June 30-Warrants paid' during month ................... 77,6,n.93
July 31-Warrants paid during month ................... 27,452.07
Aug. 31-Warrants paid during month .................... 75,251.27
Sept. 30-Warrants paid during month ..................... 112,691.53
Oct. 31-Warrants paid during month ................... 82,261.75
Nov. 30-Warrants paid during month ................... 190,826 89
Dec. 31-Warrants paid during month ................... 130,028.07

Total disbursements for year ................... $1,061,094.77
Balance December 31, 1919 ..................... 146,640.49

$1,207,735.26
Balance January 1, 1920 ....................... 146,640.49


DRAINAGE BOND FUND

Paid. In favor of. Warrant.
Jan. 1-Savannah Eng. & Const. Co............... 27102 $
Jan. 1-Dade Lumber Co. ........................ 27112
Jan. 1-Okeechobee Cole ........................ 27120
Jan. 1- L. Raulerson ........................... 25696
Jan. 1- C. D. Bennefield ........................ 25695
Jan. 1-W. T. Russ .............................. 25683
Jan. 1-S. Covington '................. ...... 25690
Jan. 1- L. L. Dodge ............................ 27114
Jan. 1- K. L. Griffin ........................... 25705
Jan. 4-'South Fla. Dredging Co. ................. 27101
Jan. 4-Geo. D. Barnard & Co.....................i 27119


Amount
11,284.06
302.08
3.00
60.00
60.03
100.00
60.00
106.25
25.00
487.17
13.20
















Paid. In favor of. Warrant. Amount.
Jan. 6-Miami Bank & Tr. Co. Rec. Johnson & Co... 27107 530.00
Jan. 6-J. F. Garner, Clk. Ct. Ct................. 27121 5.70
Jan. 7- L. B. Merriam .......................... 493 150.00
Jan. 7- J. L. Hays ............................. 532 100.00
Jan. 7- J. M. Sauls ............................ 533 73.00
Jan. 7- M. Herring ............................. 543 73.33
Jan. 8-Middle Florida Ice Co. .................... 539 4.80
Jan. 8- Edwin Barnes .......................... 544 25.00
Jan. 8-Sou. Tel. & Const. Co. ................... 540 3.00
Jan. 8- G. Terrell .............................. 541 166.67
Jan. 8- N. E. Choate ........................... 496 75.00
Jan. 9- J. Hernies ............................. 522 50.00
Jan. 9- H. Vaughn ............................. 517 100.00
Jan. 9- N. Lewis ................................ 519 60.00
Jan. 9- E. Kleinkanf ........................... 523 30.97
Jan. 9- C. H. Phillips .......................... 27109 6.05
Jan. 9- G. V. Scott ............................. 500 1,132.26
Jan. 9- A. R. Richardson ...................... .. 494 62.50
Jan. 9- J. F. McIntosh .......................... 495 110.00
Jan. 10-Megathlin & Clark ...................... 537 1,897.49
Jan. 10- F. C. Elliott ........................... 27492 358.25
Jan. 10- J. S. Lewis ............................ 542 111.11
Jan. 11- W. H. Swain ............................ 516 150.00
Jan. 11- R. N. Hersey ........................... 520 75.00
Jan. 11- Mrs. R. N. Hersey ..................... 531 40.00
Jan. 18- J. F. Taylor ............................ 497 15.0.)
Jan. 13- A. Crest .. ............................. 521 6000
Jan. 13- S. J. Ellerbe ............................ 504 85.00
Jan. 13-W. R. Moore .............................. 499 50.00
Jan. 13- G. Barber .............................. 529 40.00
Jan. 13- C. E. Jackson .......................... 503 9000
Jan. 15- J. Hall ................................ 498 53.00
Jan. 15- J. Boyd ................................ 513 60.00
Jan. 15- J. Short ............................... 515 60.00
Jan. 15-E. A. well .......................... 514 60 00
Jan. 15- C. H. Phillips ........................... 534 90.00
Jan. 15- P. Guyer ................ .............. 518 50.00
Jan. 15- J. Harris .............................. 505 75.00
Jan. 15- J. W ood ............................... 524 60.00
Jan. 15- J. Cherry .............................. 508 75.00
Jan. 15-J. Windham ............................ 535 75.00
Jan. 17- C. R. DeHaven ......................... 526 75.00
Jan. 18- E. L. Baird ............................ 501 125.00
Jan. 18- J. A. Bailey ............................. 506 75.00
Jan. 21- G. I. Davis, P. M........................ 538 5.00
Jan. 21-Western Union Tel. Co................... 2187 9.39
Jan. 21-State Say. Bank for T. J. A............... 2185 28.50
Jan. 21-American By. Express Co ................. 2186 2.72
Jan. 23- L. B. Farris ............................ 25715 75 00
Jan. 23-L. B. Farris ............................. 536 75.00
Jan. 23- K. S. Griffin ........................... 527 75.00
Jan. 23-Maltsby Machinery Co. ................... 2183 56.47
Jan. 23-Standard Oil Co. ...................... 21t9 76.94
Jan. 23-J. M. Timmons .......................... 525 38.32













84

Paid. In favor of. Warrant. Amount.
Jan. 23-H. & W. B. Drew Co..................... 2184 37.22
Jan. 24-Gulf Refining Co. ....................... 2178 38.08
Jan. 24- G. F. Miles ............................. 2166 2,174.59
Jan. 24-Furst Clark Construction Co ............. 2161 9,838.88
Jan. 24-West Palm Beach Blacksmith Shop........ 2176 23.43
Jan. 24-East Coast Hdwe. Co. ....................... 2173 70.18
Jan. 25-Powers Sou. Dredging Co. ................ 2162 25,608.69
Jan. 25-Dade Lumber Co. ........................ 2180 28.25
Jan. 25-G. W. Fowler Co......................... 2172 141.31
Jan. 25-Palm Beach Mercantile Co ................ 2174 220.27
Jan. 25- G. C. Strohm Co......................... 7181 44.43
Jan. 25-Anderson & Johnson ..................... 2171 130.13
Jan. 25-Megathlin & Clark ...................... 2163 2,535.50
Jan. 25- L. L. Dodge ............................ 2168 208.75
Jan. 25- Megathlin & Clark ...................... 164 495.55
Jan. 25-Ft. Lauderdale Mercantile Co ............. 2170 195.44
Jan. 25- L. Raulerson ........................... 512 75.00
Jan. 25-Z. Russ ................................ 530 40.00
Jan. 25- S. Covington .......................... .. 507 75.00
Jan. 25- W. T. Russ ............................. 502 115.00
Jan. 25- W. H. Covington ....................... 511 75.00
-Jan. 25-C. D. Bennefield........................ 510 75.00
Jan. 25-South Florida Dredging Co. .............. 2165 859.23
Jan. 25-Lainhart & Potter ....................... 2169 218.87
Jan. 25- T. Knepple ............................. 23597 75.00
Jan. 25-Buick Garage ............................ 2175 177.85
Jan. 25-Ft. Lauderda.e Lumber Co............... 2167 1,756.59
Jan. 25- C. H. Phillips ........................... 2182 10.80
Jan. 29- R. E. Russ ............................. 509 75.00
Jan. 29-Tiffany Auto Service .................... 2177 5.00
Feb. 1-T. J. Campbell, T. C..................... 2517 870.22
Feb. 3-W. O. Berryhille, T. .................. 2518 350.96
Feb. 5- I. Journigan ............................ 528 8.06
Feb. 8-L. B. Merriam .......................... 3039 150.00
Feb. 8- M. Herring ............................ 3094 73.33
Feb. 8- J. F. McIntosh ......................... 3040 110.00
Feb. 8- J. L. Hays ............................. 3077 100.00
Feb. 8- G. Terrell ............................. 3092 166.67
Feb. 8- N. E. Choate ........................... 3041 75.00
Feb. 8- F. C. Elliott ........................... 3038 307.00
Feb. 8- J. S. Lewis ............................. 3093 111.11
Feb. 8- A. R. Richardson ....................... 3042 125.00
Feb. 10- Edwin Barnes .......................... 3095 25.00
Feb. 10-Sou. Tel. & Const. Co..................... 3089 3.00
Feb. 10-Western Union Tel. Co. ................. 3091 2T.83
Feb. 10- J. M. Sauls ............................ 3078 75.00
Jan. 10-American Ry. Express Co.................. 3090 1.67
Feb. 12-L. B: Farris ........................... 3081 75.00
Feb. 13-C. H. Phillips ............ ........ .... 3079 90.00
Feb. 13-E. Kleinkauf ............................ 3067 60.0.1
Feb. 13- P. Guyer ............................... 3063 100.00'
Feb. 13- N. Lewis ............................... 3064 60.00
Feb. 13- J. Hernies ............................. 8066 50.00
Feb. 13- G. V. Scott ............................. 3046 1,132.25
















Paid. In favor of. Warrant. Amount.
Feb. 14-G. I .Davis, P. M........................ .3088 5.00
Feb. 14-Southland Steamship Co. .................... 3083 7,542.80
Feb. 14-W. Crowell ............................. 3075 66.77
Feb. 14- W. R. Moore ........................... 3043 50.00
Feb. 14- C. E. Jackson .......................... 3049 90.00
Feb. 14-J. Boyd ................................ 3058 60.00
Feb. 14- J. Short ............................... 3060 60.00
Feb. 14-E. L. Baird ........................... 3047 125.00
Feb. 14-G. Barber .................. ........... 3072 '0.00
Feb. 14-First Nat. Bank, Ft. Myers ............... 3086 102.71
Feb. 14- J. T. Taylor ............................ 3045 15.00
Feb. 14- J. A. Bailey ........................... 3052 75.00
Feb. 14- E. A. Sowell ........................... 3059 60.00
Feb. 14-Miami B. & T. Co. Recv. Johnson & Co...... 27108 40.00
Feb. 14-Miami Bank & Trust Co .................. 3085 500.09
Feb. 14-J. Cherry .............................. 3054 75.0(I
Feb. 14-Megathlin & Clark ...................... 3082 1,577.69
Feb. 14- H. Vaughn ............................. 3062 125.00
Feb. 15-J. Windham ............................ 3080 75.00
Feb. 17- 0. Camberkeke ......................... 3076 60.00
Feb. 17- J. Wood ............................... 3068 60.00
Feb. 17-South. Fla. Farms Co. ................... 3084 163.62
Feb. 17-W. H. Swain ........................... 3061 150.00
Feb. 17- R. N. Hershey .................. ...... 3063 75.00
Feb. 17-Mrs. R. N. Hershey ..................... .3074 3.87
Feb. 19- J. Hall ................................ 3044 50.00
Feb. 19-R. E. Russ ............................ 3071 50.00
Feb. 20-Chicago Steel Tape Co. .................. 3087 8.51
Feb. 20-C. R. DeHaven ................. ........ 3069 75.00
Feb. 20-Z. Russ ................................ 3073 40.00
Feb. 20- L. Raulerson ........................... 3057 75.00
Feb. 20- C. E. Bennefield ........................ 3055 91.50
Feb. 20- W. H. Covington ........................ 3056 75.00
Feb. 20- S. Covington ........................... 3053 75.00
Feb. 20-W. T. Russ ............................. 3048 115.00
Feb. 24- S. J. Ellerbe ............................ 3050 85.00
Feb. 24- K. L. Griffin ........................... 3070 75.00
Feb. 26-H. & W. B. Drew Co ..................... 4752 20.03
Feb. 26-Standard Oil Co. .................. ...... 4747 111.94
Feb. 26-Malsby Machinery Co..................... 4743 149.32
Feb. 26-A. R. Richardson ....................... .4748 73.59
Feb. 26-Weekly Democrat ....................... 4754 6.75
Feb. 27-Megathlin & Clark ...................... 4728 3,383.38
Feb. 27- G. F. Miles ............................. 4731 2,879.33
Feb. 27-Gulf Refining Co. ....................... 4746 103.28
Feb. 28-Ft. Lauderdale Lumber Co. ................ 4735 218.44
Feb. 28-Moore Haven Supply Co .................. 4750 5.45
Feb. 28-Buick Garage .................. ........ 4741 15T.25
Feb. 28-Ft. Lauderdale Mercantile Co.............. 4740 149.20
Feb. 28-W. P. Blacksmith Co. ...................... 4745 62.80
Feb. 28-G. W. Fowler Co. ....................... 4742 77.11
Feb. 28-Dade Lumber Co. ........................ 4737 39.69
Feb. 28-Palm Beach Mere. Co ..................... 4738 121.68
Feb. 28-Bowers Sou. Dredging Co................. 4727 20,132.53













86 '


Paid. In favor of. Warrant. Amount.
Feb. 28-First Nat. Bk., Ft. Myers.................. 4732 3,615.48
Feb. 28-Mine & Mill Supply Co................... 4744 175.35
Feb. 28-Furst Clark Construction Co.............. 4726 13,162.56
Feb. 28-East Coast Hdwe. Co..................... 4739 104.75
Feb. 28-Megathlin & Clark ....................... 4729 507.82
Feb. 28-Miami Herald .......................... 4753 6.75
Feb. 28-Lainhart & Potter ...................... 4736 575.87
Mar. 1-Franklin Hardware Co. .................. 4751 10.45
Mar. 3-Southland Steamship Co. ................. 4734 9,074.94
Mar. 5-Miami Bank & Tr. Co ... ............... 4733 500.00
Mar. 5- J. Harris .............................. 3051 75.00
Mar. 5-J. P. S. Houston, Agent................... 5381 1,863.60
Mar. 6--L. B. Merriam .......................... 5329 150.00
Mar. 6-Tallahassee Iron Works ................. 5382 720.00
Mar. 6-State Savings Bank (T. J. A.)............ 5378 6.60
Mar. 6-G. Terrell ............................. 5383 166.67
Mar. 6-N. E. Choate ........................... 5331 75.00
Mar. 6- J. S. Lewis ............................ 5384 17I.11
Mar. 6-A. R. Richardson ....................... 5332 125.00
Mar. 6- J. M. Saull ............................ 5369 75.00
Mar. 7-Edwin Barnes .......................... 5386 2.00
Mar. 7--American By. Express Co. ................ 5379 .73
Mar. 8-Underwood Typewriter Co. ................ 5374 4.00
Mar. 8-B. Shepard, CIk. Ct. Ct................... 4755 14.70
Mar. 10- M. Herring ............................ 5385 73.33
Mar. 10--. i. Hays ............................. 5367 100.00
Mar. 11- C. H. Phillips .......................... 4749 14.20
Mar. 11-South Fla. Dredging Co. ................... 4730 600.03
Mar. 11- G. V. Scott ............................ 5336 1,147.83
Mar. 1-- P. Bragdon ............................ 5363 25.71
Mar. 12- J. Cherry .............................. 5343 75.00
Mar. ---N. Lewis ............................... 5354 60.00
Mar. 12- C. H. Phillips .......................... 5368 90.00
Mar. 12-Furst Clark Const. Co. .................. 5372' 31.00
Mar. 12- H. Vaughn ............................. 5351 125.00
Mar. 12- J. Windham ........................... 5370 75.00
Mar. 12-Megathlin & Clark ...................... 5373 1,583.07
Mar. 12-G. I. Davis, P. M. ....................... 5380 5.00
Mar. 14-F. C. Elliot ........................... 5328 300.00
Mar. 14-E. Kleinkauf ........................... 5356 60.00
Mar. 14- J. Hernies ............................. 5355 50.00
Mar. 14- P. Guyer .............................. 5352 100.00
Mar. 14-R. N. Hershey .......................... 55353 75.00
Mar. 14-W. H. Swain ........................... 5350 140.00
Mar. 14- J. T. Taylor ........................... 5335 15.00
Mar. 14- W. Crowell ............................ 5365 40.00
Mar. 14--. J. Ellerbe ........................... 5340 85.00
Mar. 14- J. A. Bailey ........................... 5371 75.00
Mar. 14-E. L. Baird ............................ 5337 125.00
Mar. 14- C. E. Jackson .......................... 5339 90.00
Mar. 14- J. Boyd ............................... 5347 75.00
Mar. 14- E. A. Sowell ........................... 5348 60.00
Mar. 14- J. Short ............................... 5349 60.00
Mar. 15-Keuffel & Esser Co ...................... 5376 5.27

















Paid. In favor of. Warrant. Amount.
Mar. 17-C. R. DeHaven ......................... 5359 75.00
Mar. 19- 0. Camkeke ................: ........... 5357 60.00
Mar. 19-J. Hall ................................ 5333 50.00
Mar. 19-W. R. Moore ........: .................. 5334 50.00
Mar. 19-Geo. D. Barnard & Co.................... 5377 27.82
Mar. 20-J. Wood ............. ................. 5358 60.00
Mar. 21- G. Barber ............................... 5362 14.28
Mar. 21- S. Covington ................. ......... 5342' 75.00
Mar. 21- R. E. Russ ............................. 5361 50.00
Mar. 22-W. H. Covington ....................... 5345 75.00
Mar. 22-Southern Tel. & Const. Co................ 7744 5.50
Mar. 22-Western Union Tel. Co. ................. 7745 21.95
Mar. 24-K. L. Griffin .......................... 5360 75.00
Mar. 24-L. Raulerson ........................... 5346 75.00
Mar. 24- Z. Russ ................................ 5364 40.00
'Mar. 24-H. & W. B. Drew Co.................... 7739 18.44
Mar. 24-J. G. Christopher ....................... 7740 6.55
Mar. 24-Malsby Mere. Co. ....................... 7738 82.29
Mar. 24- C. Russ ............................... 5366 75.00
Mar. 26-A. R. Richardson ....................... 7735 46.94
Mar. 26-C. D. Bennefield ........................ 5344 75.00
Mar. 26-L. L. Dodge ........................... 7724 277.30
Mar. 26-Bowers Sou. Dredging Co. ................ 7714 12,145.14
Mar. 26-Palm Beach Mere. Co. ................... 7730 25.74
Mar. 26-Dade Lumber Co......................... 7728 160.75
Mar. 26-G. W. Fowler Co......................... 7731 71.66
Mar. 26.-Megathlin & Clark ...................... 7716 1,471.02
Mar. 26-Sou. Fla. Dredging Co. .................. 7718 1,669.41
Mar. 26-G. F. Miles ............................ 7717 2,934.82
Mar. 26-East Coast Hdwe. Co .................... 7729 120.96
Mar. 26-West Palm Beach Blacksmith Co.......... 7727 113.96
Mar. 26-Standard Oil Co. ....................... 7741 34.63
Mar. 26-Megathlin & Clark .................... 7715 4.398.98
Mar. 26-Megathlln & Clark ...................... 7723 497.48
Mar. 26-Gulf Refining Co. ....................... 7732 173.05
Mar. 27-Franklin Hardware Co. .................. 7734 62.50
Mar. 27-Furst Clark Construction Co. ............. 7722 12,551.28
Mar. 28-First Nat. Bk. of Ft. Myers............... 7719 1,779.56
Mar. 28- W. T. Russ ............................ 7733 15.00
Mar. 28-Buick Garage ........................... 7725 145.56
Mar. 28-Southland Steamship Co. ................. 7746 4,250.00
Mar. 28-Southland Steamship Co. ................. 7721 10,311.54
Mag. 28-Ft. Lauderdale Lumber Co. .............. 7726 195.84
Mat. 28-Miami Bank & Tr. Co .................... 7720 500.00
Mar. 28-Keuffel & Esser Co. ...................... 7736 9.10
Mar. 29-J. Harris ............................... 534 75.00
Apr. 2-F. J. Kirkland .......................... 7737 12.50
Apr. 2-G. D. Barnard Stationery Co. .............. 7742 46.90
Apr. 5- W. T. Russ ............................. 5338 100.00
Apr. 5-J. F. McIntosh ......................... 5330 110.00
Apr. 5- J. M. Sauls ............................ 8526 75.00
Apr. 7-State Say. Bk. (T. J. A.) ................... 8531 7.00
Apr. 7-L. B. Merriam ........................ 8485 150.00
Apr. 8-R. L. Bannerman ............ .......... 8488 15.00













88

Paid. In favor of. Warrant. Amount.
Apr. 8-M. Herring ............................. 8535 73.33
Apr. 8- J. S. Lewis ............................ 8534 111.11
Apr. 8-A. R. Richardson ....................... 8489 125.00
Apr. 8- J. L. Hays ............................. 8525 100.00
Apr. 9-H. & W. B. Drew Co..................... 8532 ,17.25
Apr. 10- W. R. Moore ........................... 8491 50.00
Apr. 10-N. Lewis .................:............ 8514 60.00
Apr. 10-J. Cherry ............................ 8502 75.00
Apr. 10- G. Terrell ............................... 33 166.67
Apr. 10-W. E. Choate ......................... 8487 75.00
Apr. 10- Edwin Barnes .......................... 8536 25.00
Apr. 10-Palms Pub. Co ......................... 8537 15.00
Apr. 10- G. V. Scott ............................ 8494 1,107.55
Apr. 10- F. C. Elliott ........................... 8484 300.00
Apr. 11- C. H. Phillips ........................... 8527 90.00
Apr. 11- Megathlin & Clark ...................... 8530 1,826.96
Apr. 11- C. Russ ................................ 8500 75.00
Apr. 11- P. Bradgon ............................. 8523 40.00
Apr. 11- E. Kleinkauf ................. ......... 8517 60.00
Apr. 12- W Crowell ............................ 8524 4000
Apr. 12- N. A. Bailey ........................... 8529 75.00
Apr. 12- J. Short ............................... 8508 60.00
Apr. 12- D. Papy ............................... 8509 60.00
Apr. 12- C. E. Jackson ........................... 8497 90.00
Apr. 12- E. L. Baird ........................... 8495 125.00
Apr. 12- J. Boyd ................................ 8506 75.00
Apr. 12- E. A. Sowell ........................... 8507 60.00
Apr. 12- W. T. Russ .............. .............. 8496 115.00
Apr. 12- Z. Russ ................................ 8522 40.00
Apr. 12-W. H. Covington ......................... 8504 75.00
Apr. 12-Ft. Lauderdale Sentinel .................. 8538 9.00
Apr. 12-P. Guyer ................................. 8513 100.00
Apr. 12- J. Hernies ............................. 8516 50.00
Apr. 12- R. Hershey ............................. 8515 75.00
Apr. 12-W. H. Swain ............ ... ......... 8511 150.00
Apr. 12- J. Wood ................................ 8518 60.00
Apr. 12- J. Hall ................................ 8492 50.00
Apr. 12- T. Knepple ............................. 25704 37.50
Apr. 14-C. R. DeHaven ......................... 8519 75.00
Apr. 15- H. Vaughn ............................. 8512 125.00
Apr, 16-S. J. Ellerbe ............................. 8498 85.00
Apr. 16-0. Camerkeke .......................... 8510 60.00
Apr. 16-J. Harris ..................... ........ 8499 75.00
Apr. 16- F. J. Kirkland .... ................... .... 8490 50.75
Apr. 17-Burroughs Adding Mch. Co ............... 5375 7.15
Apr. 17- J. T. Taylor ............................ 8493 15.00
Apr. 17- S. Covington ........................... 8501 75.00
Apr. 17- K. L. Griffin ........................... 8520 75.00
Ap;. 18- C. D. Bennefield ........................ 8503 75.00
Apr. 18- L. Raulerson ........................... 8505 75.00
Apr. 18-J. Windham ............................ 8528 75.00
Apr. 19- J. J. McIntosh ......................... 8486 110.00
Apr. 24-R. E. Russ ............................ 8521 50.00
Apr. 24-Malsby Machinery Co. ................... 10261 44.73














89

Paid. In favor of. Warrant. Amount.
Apr. 25-H. & W. B. Drew Co...................... 10277 21.69
Apr. 25- G. F. Miles ............................ 10255 3,164.96
Apr. 25-Standard Oil Co. ......................... 10271 45.05
Apr. 28-Gulf Refining Co. ....................... 10270 181.45
Apr. 28-East Coast Hdwe. Co.. .................. 10262 98.66
Apr. 28-W. Palm Beach Blacksmith Co. ........... 20268 110.87
Apr. 28-Lainhart & Potter ...................... 10267 530.78
Apr. 28-A. R. Richardson ....................... 10274 109.05
Apr. 29-Western Union Tel. Co. .................. 10279 18.66
Apr. 29-American Ry. Express Co. ................ 10278 1.49
Apr. 29-Furst-Clark Const. Co. .................. 10251 18,2:9.20
Apr. 9-Megathlin & Clark ...................... 10253 2,741.99
Apr. 29- A. S. Anderson ......................... 10280 1,518.75
Apr. 29-Megathlin & Clark ...................... 10254 632.68
Apr. 30- C. D. Ross ............................. 10272 1.29
Apr. 30-Ft. Lauderdale Lumber Co................ 10266 14.75.
Apr. 30-G. W. Fowler Co. ....................... 10269 201.37
Apr. 30-Dade Lumber Co. .................. ..... 10265 73.8,)
Apr. 30-Palm Beach Mere. Co. .................. 10'64 187.97
Apr. 30-Ft. Lauderdale Mere. Co. ................. 10203 819..0
Apr. 30-F. N. Bk. Myers for B. Johnson........... 10256 4,384.78
Apr. 30-Bowers Son. Dredging Co. ................ 10252 17,174:43
May 1-Keuffel & Esser Co. ................... .. 10276 17.01
May 1- C. II. Phillips .......................... 10273 18.59
May 2-Southland Steamship Co. ................. 10260 24,177.02
May 2-Minmi B. & T. Co., Rec. Johnson & Co ..... 10258 74.00
May 2-Miami Bank & Trust Co. ................ 10257 500.00
May 3- J. M. Sauls ............................. 10687 75.00
May 3-G. I. Davis. P. M ........................ 10282 10.00
May 5-J. S. Lewis ............................ 10698 111.11
May Z 5- F. C. Elliott ............................ 10281 10 00
May 5--A. R. Richardson ....................... 10691 125.00
May 5- F. C. El:iott ........................... 10648 300.00
May 6-Geo. D. Barnard & Co. ................... 10275 22.87
May 6-Standard Oil Co. ...................... .. 10695 23.85
May 6-L. B. Merriam ......... ..... ...... :. 10649 150.00
May 6-R. L. Bannerman .................. .... 10650 150.00
May 7- N. E. Choate ........................... 10652 75.00
May 7- G. Terrell .............................. 10697 166.67
May 7-Sou. Tel. & Const. Co. ................... 10703 10.00
May 7- M. Herring ............................. 10699 73.33
May 7- E. Barnes .............................. 10700 25 00
May 7-Amer. Ry. Express Co .................... 10701 4.14
May 7- G. V. Scott ............................. 10657 1,059.63
May 7- J. L. Hays ............................. 10686 100.00
May 8- R. Blakely ......................... .... 10864 60.00
May 8- V. Gram ............................... 10693 20.30
May 8- J. Cherry .............................. 10665 80.00
May 8-Megathlin & Clark ...................... 10692 1,664.52
May 8-Florida *Dredging Co ..................... 10259 1,105.83
May 8-Keuffel & Esser Co ...................... 10696 30.18
May 10- W. -I. Swain ........................... 10674 150.00
May 10- R. N. Hershey .......................... 10675 75.00
May 10-J. Wood ............................... 10677 60.00














90


Paid. In favor of. Warrant. Amount.
May 10- C. Russ ............................... 10663 80.00
May 10- W. Crowell ............................. 10682 50.05
May 10- J. A. Bailey ............................ 10690 75.00
May 10- E. L. Baird ............................ 10658 140.00
May 10- E. A. Sowell ............................ 10670 60.00
May 10- J. Boyd ................................. 10669 75.00
May 10-- J. Short ............................... 10671 60.00
May 12-J. T. Taylor ............................ 10656 15.00
May 12-0. Camerbeke .......................... 10673 60.00
May 12-Buick Garage .......................... 10694 97.50
May 12- G. Barber .............................. 10683 50.00
May 12-W. R. Moore ............................ 10654 50.00
May 13-J. Windham ................................ 10689 75.00
May 13-W. H. Covington ........................ 10667 75.00
May 13- D. Papy ............................... 10672 60.00
May 10- C. H. Phillips .......................... 10688 95.50
May 16-R. E. Russ ............................. 10680 50.00
May 16- C. D. Bennefiel ......................... 10666 75.00
May 16- S. Covington ........................... 10664 75.00
May 16-L. Raulerson ............................ .10668 75.00
May 17-C. R. DeHaven ......................... 10678 75.00
May 17-Collins Printing Co. ..................... 10702 4.25
May 17-J. F. McIntosh ......................... 10651 110.00
May 17- W. Clark .............................. 10653 50.00
May 19- J. Hall ....... ........................... 10655 50.00
May 19-J. M. Owens, T. A....................... 21900 1,121.92
May 20- J. Harris .............................. 10662 85.00
May 20-W. C. Murray .................................. 10685 7.50
May 22-Tallahassee Iron Wrks .................... 12693 27.00
May 22-Malsby Mchy. Co. ...... ............... 12686 16.45
May 23-State Say. Bk. (T. J. A.) ................ 12694 39.50
May 23- G. F. Miles .............................. 1267 3,417.61
May 23-K, L. Griffin ........................... 10679 75.00
May 23-A. R. Richardson ....................... 12690 94.71
May 24-Western Union Tel. Co .................. .12695 31.70
May 24-Gulf Refining Co. ........................ 12679 82.67
May 24-Lambart & Potter ....................... 12676 216.78
May 24-Megathlin & Clark ...................... 12668 2,551.46
May 24-East Coast Hdwe. Co. ................... 12682 76.70
May 26-Bowers Southern redging Co. ........... 12667 18,627.84
May 26-G. W. Fowler Co. ....................... 12685 53.11
May 26-Dade Lumber Co. ........................ 12678 26.20
May 26- 8. J. Ellerbe ........................... 10661 85.0.
May 26-C. E. Jackson .......................... 10660 60.00
May 26-Miami Bk. & Tr. Co. .................... 12673 500.00
May 26-Miami Bk. & Tr. Co ..................... 12672 1,139.E3
May 26- F. C. Elliott ............................ 7743 115.66
May 26-A. S. Aiderson ........................ 12689 4,136.75
May 27-Keuffel & Esser Co. ...................... 12691 11.67
SMay 27-Palm Beach Mere. Co. ................... 12684 259.62
May 27-West Palm Beach Blacksmith Co.......... 12681 15.35
May 27-Furst Clark Const. Co ................... 12666 63.00
May 27-Furst Clark Const. Co. .................. 12665 12,584.72
May 27-Southland Steamship Co. .................. 12671 25,299.33













91

Paid. In favor of. Warrant. Amount.
May 27-Megathlin & Clark ...................... 12669 551.65
May 27-Sou. Fla. Dredging Co. .................. 12670 982.89
May 27--New River Boat & Engine Works.......... 12692 5.60
May 28-Standard Oil Co. ........................ 12680 55.75
May 29- C. H. Phillips .......................... 12688 19.56
May 29- S. S. Price ............................. 12687 2.50
May 29-Z. Russ ................................ 10681 50.00
May 29- W. T. Russ ............................. 10659 115.00
May 29-Ben Johnson ........................... 12832 256.25
May 29-F. N. Bk. Ft. Myers for B. Johnson....... 12833 1,742.13
May 30-Ft. Lauderdale Mere. Co. ................. 12674 100.43
May 31-Ft. Lauderdale Lumber Co. ................ 12677 7.00
June 5-M. Herring .............................. 13333 73.33
June 5-L. B. Merriam .......................... 13277 150.00
June 5- F. C. Elliott ....... .................... 13276 300.00
June 5- A. R. Richardson ........................ 13320 125.00
June 7- N. Lewis ............................... 10676 54.00
June 7-R. L. Bannerman ....................... 13278 150.00
June 7-American Ry. Exp. Co.................... 13330 3.43
June 7- J. W. Sauls ............................ 13316 75.00
June 9-L. M. Jennings .......................... 12683 8.25
June 9- G. V. Scott ............................. 13286 970.94
June 9-G. Barber ............................... 13313 50.00
June 9-H. & W. B. Drew Co.................... 13323 7.06
June 9-Southern Tel. & Const. Co................ 13328 3.00
June 9-N. E. Choate ........................... 13280 75.00
Xune 9- J. Lewis .............................. 13332 111.11
June 5- J. L. Hays ............. ............... 13315 100.00
June 9-Edwin Barnes .......................... 13334 25.00
June 11-E. Dietzgen Co. ..........................13326 3.18
June 11- R. Blakely' ............................. 13305 44.52
June 11- J. A. Bailey ........................... 13319 75.00
June12-W. G. Swain ........................... 13302 150.00
June 12- R:. N. Hershey .......................... 13303 75.00
June 12- C. H. Phillips .......................... 13317 90.00
June 12-J. Harris .............................. 13291 85.00
June 12-W. C. Burney .......................... 13306 48.39
June 12- J. Cherry .............................. 13292 80.00
June 12- G. Terrell ............................. 13331 166.67
June 12- J. F. McIntosh ......................... 13279 110.00
June 12-W. Clark, Jr. ........................... 13281 50.00
June 12-Collins Printing Co. ...................... 13324 4.75
June 13-C. Russ ............................... 13290 80.00
June 13-F. N. Bank of Ft. Myers, for B. Johnson... 13716 1,500.00
June 13-Franklin Hardware Co. ................. 13329 71.55
June 13- J. T. Taylor ........................... 13284 15.00
June 13-E. L. Baird ............................ 13287 140.00
June 13-W. R. Moon ............................ 13283 50.00
June 13-Keuffel & Esser Co. .................... 13327 9.00
June 14- W. Crowell ............................ 13312 P0.00
June 14- J. Wood ............................... 13304 75.00
June 16-G. I. Davis, P. M. ...................... 13285 5.00
June 16- J. Hall .................. ...... ....... 23282 50.00
June 16-J. Lyon .............................. 13321 2.00















Paid. 'In favor of. Warrant. Amount.
June 16-Homer Hand Bus Line................... 23325 11.00
June 16-W. H. Covington ....................... 13296 75.03
June 16-F. Bennifield ............................. 13295 48.U8
June 16- D. Papy ............................... 13301 60.00
June 16-J. Boyd ............................. 13300 75.00
June 16-J. Short .................................. 13299 60.00
June 16-E. A. Sowell ........................... 13298 60.00
June 18-J. Windham .......................... 13318 75.00
June 18- S. J. Ellerbe ........................... 13289 85.00
June 18-S. Covington ........................... 13292 75.00
June 21-C. R. DeHaven ......................... 13307 75.00
June 21- W. T. Russ ............................ 13288 115.00
June 21- W. C. Murray ........................... 13308 75.00
June 21- Z. Russ ................................ 13311 50.00
June 21-Mrs. C. R. DeHaven ..... ................ 13314 16.13
June 3--State Say. Bk,. for T. J. Appleyard ........ 14996 36.75
June 23-Western Union Tel. Co. ................... 14997 45.94
June 23-H. C. Hansel ............................ 13322 13.32
June 23-C. D. Bennefield ......................... 13294 75.00
June 23-A. R. Richardson .................. ..... 14993 214.99
June 24- G. Terrill ............................. 14998 160.40
June 25-Gulf Refining Co. ....................... 14995 100.06
June 25--H. & W. B. Drew Co...................... 14990 11.58
June 25-Underwood Typewriter Co. ................ 14989 1.00
June 25-East Coast Hardware Co. ................ 14982 50.27
June 25-West Palm Beach Blacksmith Co .......... 14984 16.65
June 25-Standard Oil Co. ...... .................. 14991 08.81
June 25- G. F. Miles ............................. 14970 2,545.44
June 25-Gibbs Gas Engine Co ..................... 14988 1.603.00
June 25-Malsby Machinery Co. .................... 14983 4.25
June 26-G. W. Fowler Co. ...................... 14981 199 92
June 26-Palm Beach Mercantile Co................ 14980 541.56
June 26-Furst-Clark Construction Co. ............ 14962 2,935.00
June 25-Megathlin & Clark ...................... 14964 1,524.54
June 26-Megathlin & Clark ...................... 14965 745 33
June 26-Megathlin & Clark ...................... 14966 640.82
June 26- A. S. Anderson ......................... 14971 1,500.00
June 26-Greynold & Monroe ..... : ............... 14985 2,837.76
June 27-Lainhart & Potter ...................... 14975 83.59
June 27-Miami Bank & Trust Co ................. 14968 500.00
June 27-Dade Lumber Co. ....................... 14973 689.29
June 27-F. N. Bank, Ft. Myers, for J. B. Johnson 14967 3,649.29
June 27-Bowers Southern Dredging Co. ........... 14963 20,766.78
June 27-Eugene Dietzgen Co. .................... 14994 4.80
June 27-Ahrens & Son .......................... 14976 3.50
June 27-Pioneer Hardware Co. ................... 14978 3.00
June 27-Olive Street Garage ..................... 14977 14.20
June 28-L. L. Dodge ............................. 14987 119.50
June 28-L. Raulerson ............................ 13297 75.00
June 28-Sou. Fla. Dredging Co. .................. 14969 1,307.08
June 30- J. E. White ............................ 14986 34.00
June 30-Ft. Lauderdale Mercantile Co. ............. 14979 85.78
June 30-Ft. Lauderdale Lumber Co. .............. 14974 3.50
June 30-Southern Steamship Co. ................. 14972 284.49















93

Paid. In favor of. Warrant. Amount.
July 3- N. E. Choate ........................... 15552 75.00
July 5- J. L. Hays ............................. 15593 100.00
July 3- F. P. Woodward ........................ 15604 11.75
July 5- W. L. Norton .......................... 15603 1.75
July 5- M. Herring ............................. 15609 73.33
July 5-R. L. Bannerman ....................... 15550 150.00
Ju:y 5- Edwin Barnes .......................... 15610 25.00
July 5-L. B. Merriam ......................... 15549 166.67
July 5- R. E. Russ ............................. 14992 25.00
July 5- J. M. Sauls ............................ 15594 75.00
July 8- R. E. Russ ............................. 13310 50.00
July 8- J. F. McIntosh ......................... 15551 110.00
July 9-American Ry. Expr. Co .................. 15605 3.01
July 9- G. V. Scott ............................ 15560 1,139.97
July 10- A. R. Richardson ..................... .. 1.5559 125.00
July 10- J. S. Lewis ............................ 15608 111.11
July 10-Yaeger-Rhodes Hardware Co.............. 15606 1.75
July 10-P. J. Hart, Tax Collector ................ 15611 178.84
July 10- J. T. Taylor .................. ........ 15556 15.00
July 10- C. H. Phillips ................... ....... 15557 13.94
July 10- C. H. Phillips .......................... 15595 90.00
July 11-Keuffer & Esser ....................... 15602 11.25
July 11- E. G. Bugg ............................ 15592 50.00
July 11- J. Cherry .............................. 15566 80.00
July 11-Eugene Ditzgen Co. ...................... 15600 3.20
July 11- G. Barber .............................. 15588 50.00
July 12- G. Terrell ............................. 15607 166.67
July 12- B. Johnson ............................ 16366 1,500.00
July 12- E. G. Saltman ......................... 15601 1.75
July 12- E. L. Baird ............................ 15558 140.00
July 12- J. Windham ............................ 15596 75.00
July 12- W. C. Burney .......................... 15583 75.00
July 12- W. H. Swain ........................... 15581 150.00
July 12- R. N. Hersey ........................... 15582 75.00
July 12-R. Blakely ............................ 15584 60.00
July 12- Wm. Clark, Jr. ......................... 15553 50.00
July 14-H. C. Hansen .......................... 15599 60.00
July 14- M. H. Cox ............................. 15598 6.00
July 14- C. Russ ............................... 15564 80.00
July 14- J. Boyd ............................... 15574 75.00
July 14- W. R. Moon ........................... 15555 50.00
July 14- W. Crowell ............................ 15586 50.00
July 14- D. Papy .............................. 15575 75.00
July 14- J. Brindla ................... .......... 15579 44.00
July 14- J. B. Long ............................. 15578 38.,0
July 14- J. A. Bailey ............................ 15579 75.00
July 14- W Long .............................. 15573 10.00
July 16-Key West Citizen ........................ 15612 1.50
July 16-8. Covington ........................... 15565 75.00
July 16-L. Raulerson ............................ 15570 75.00
July 16- F. Bennefield .......................... 15568 75.00
July 16-W. H. Covington ....................... 15569 75.00
July 16- S. J. Ellerbe ........................... 15562 85.00
July 16-J. Short ............................... 15576 60.00















94

Paid, In favor of. Warrant. Amount.
July 16- E. A. Sowell ............................ 15577 60.00
July 16- Z. Russ ............................... 15587 50.00
July 16-W. T. Russ ............................ 15561 115.00
July 17- J. Harris .............................. 15563 185.00
July 17- F. C. Elliott ........................... 15548 300.00
July 18-C. R. DeHaven .......................... 15589 75.00
July 19- W. C. Murray .......................... 15571 75.00
July 19- K. L. Griffin .......................... 13309 75.00
July 19-C. D. Bennefteld ........................ 15567 75.00
July 19-K. L. Griffin ............................ 15590 75.00
July 19-H. Hall ............................... 15554 50.00
July 21- J. Murray ............................. 15572 18.00
July 23-State Say. Bk., for T. J. Appleyar........ 17667 25.50
July 23-Western Union Tel. Co................... 17665 25.48
July 23- J. W ood ............................... 15585 75.00
July 25- G. F. Miles ............................ 17646 1,092.00
July 25-Standard Oil Co. ........................ 17662 88.00
July 26-Gulf Refining Co. ...................... 17661 89.91
July 26-Southern Tel. & Cons. Co................. 17666 23.95
July 26-Dade Lumber Co .... ................ 17652 212.52
July 26-G. W. Fowler Co. ....................... 17658 159.34
July 26-A. S. Anderson ......................... 17649 3,104.21
July 26-R. E. Russ ........... ........ ...... 15591 75.00
July 26-East Coast Hardware Co. ................. 17659 30.27
July 26- G. Terrell ............................. 17669 65.09
July 28-Bowers Southern Dredging Co. ............ 17643 8,786.34
July 28-F. N. Bk., Ft. Myers, for B. Johnson....... 17647 1,103.23
July 28-Palm Beach Mercantile Co. ............... 17657 92.20
July 28-Miami Bank & Trust Co. ................. 17670 500.00
July 28-R. Cherry ............................. 15580 26.00
July 28-Lainhart & Potter ...................... 17651 498.25
July 28-Megathlln & Clark ...................... 17644 597.33
July 28-Megathlin & Clark ....................... 17645 144.22
July 28-West Palm Beach Blacksmith Co.......... 17663 2.50
July 28- Shrens & Son .......................... 17654 81.95
July 29-Furst-Clark Construction Co. ............ 17642 21.75
July 29-C. H. Phillips .......................... 17664 13.99 \
July 29-Furst-Clark Construction Co. .............. 17641 1,952.00
July 30-Ft. Lauderdale Mercantile Co............. 17655 235.53
July 30-G. L. Harris ........................... 17660 18.00
July 30-South Florida Dredging Co. .............. 17648 1,083.50
July 30-Ft. Lauderdale Lumber Co. ............... 17653 16.37
July 30-Franklin Hardware Co. ................. 17655 120.15
Aug. 1-G. I. Davis, P. M. ....................... 17668 88.32
Aug. 1-Southland Steamship Co ................ 17650 23,951.34
Aug. 5-J. F. McIntosh ........................ 18409 110.00
Aug. 6-J. M. Sauls ........................... 18449 75.00
Aug. 6-R. L. Bannerman ....................... 18408 150.00
Aug. 6-L. B. Merriam ......................... 18407 166.67
Aug. 7-A. R. Richardson ....................... 18451 256.28
Aug. 7-J. S. Lewis ............................ 18461 111.11
Aug. 7-N. E. Choate .......................... 18411 75.00
Aug. 7-State Say. Bk., for T. J. Appleyard........ 18458 57.60
Aug. 7-Edwin Barnes ......................... 18463 25.00












95

Paid. In favor of. Warrant. Amount.
SAug. 8-H. & W. B. Drew Co................. .18453 13.01
Aug.. 9- G. V. Scott ............................ 18415 1,155.85
Aug. 9-W. Clark, Jr. .......................... 18410 50.00
Aug. 9-J. L. Hays ............................ 18447 100.00
Aug. 11-Eugene Dietzgen Co. .................... 18452 9.92
Aug. 11-Fort Pierce News ......................... 18459 4.20
Aug. 11- E. (. Bugg ............................ 18439 75.00
Aug. 11- W. C. Burney .......................... 18436 75.00
Aug. 11- J. Wood ............................ 18438 75.00
Aug. 11- J. Cherry ............................. 18437 80.00
Aug. 11-W. H. Swain ............................ 18434 150.00
Aug. 11- R. N. Hershey ......................... 18435 75.00
Aug. 12-Keuffel & Esser ................ ....... 18453 11.25
Aug. 13- G. Barber ............................. 18443 60.00
Aug. 13- C. Russ ............................... 18422 80.00
Aug. 13- J. Harris .............................. 18421 85.00
Aug. 13- W. R. Moore .................. ........ 18413 50.00
Aug. 13-D. McDonald .......................... 18418 90.00
Aug. 13- E. G. Chesley .......................... 18456 14.75
Aug. 13- F. C. Elliott ........................... 18406 462.12
Aug. 15-Geo. D. Barnard Stationery Co............. 18454 41.54
Aug. 15-W. Albritton .......................... 18446 44.51
Aug. 15-W. H. Covington ....................... 18425 75.00
Aug. 15- R. Cherry ....................... ...... 18433 60.00
Aug. 18-Geo. I. Davis, P. M. .................... 18457 5.00
Aug. 18- J. B. Long ............................ 18462 73.33
Aug. 18- E. A. Sowell ........................... 18430 60.00
Aug. 18-S. J. Ellerbe .................. ........ 18431 60.00
Aug. 18-C. R. DeHaven '. ......................... 18420 85.00
Aug. 18- Z. Russ ................................ 18441 75.00
Aug. 16 ............................ 18444 60.00
Aug. 16-E. L. Baird ............................. 18416 140.00
Aug. 16-W. C. Murray .......................... 18427 75.00
Aug. 16- F. Bennefield .......................... 18424 75.00
Aug. 16- R. E. Russ ............................. 18442 75.00
Aug. 16- S. Covington ........................... 18423 75.00
Aug. 16-C. H. Phillips ........................... 18448 SO.00
Aug. 20-J. Windham ........................... 18450 75.00
Aug. 20-L. Raulerson .......................... 18426 75.00
Aug. 20-W. T. Russ ............................ 18417 115.00
Aug. 20-Mrs. R. E. Russ ........................ 18445 25.16
Aug. 21- D. Papy ............................... 18419 75.00
Aug. 21- J. Boyd ............................... 18428 75.00
Aug. 21- J. O. Brinfla ........................... 18432 60.00
Aug. 22-J. F. Taylor ........................... 18414 15.00
Aug. 22-F. N. Bk., Ft. Myers, for B. Johnson...... 19265 5,301.95
Aug. 23- K. L. Griffin ........................... 18440 75.00
Aug. 23-Miami Bank & Trust Co.................. 19266 500.00
Aug. 25-American Ry. Express Co. ............... 20316 1.88
Aug. 25-J. Short ............................... 18429 60.00
Aug. 26-Western Unioin Tel. Co. ................. 20317 29.69
Aug. 27-J. G. Christopher ...................... 20803 29.15
Aug. 27-Standard Oil Co. ....................... 20806 178.04
Aug. 28-Gulf Refining Co. ...................... 20309 73.05















Paid. In favor of. Warrant. Amount.
Aug. 28-Lainhart & Potter ...................... 20301 267.50
Aug. 28-Geo. W. Fowler Co. ...................... 20304 173.02
Aug. 28-Palm Beach Mercantile Co. ............... 20297 149.52
Aug. 28-Dade Lumber Co. ....................... 0298 17.16
Aug. 28-Anderson Dredging Co. ................. 20,291 6,414.09
Aug. 29-Furst-Clark Construc:ion Co. ............. 0292 21,674.40
Aug. 29-Furst-Clark Construction Co. ............. 20293 21.75
Aug. 29-Eugene Dietzgen Co. ..................... 20310 11.92
Aug. 29-Bowers Southern Dredging Co. ............ 20294 9,574.47
Aug. 29-West Palm Beach Blacksmith Co .......... 20302 27.80
Aug. 29-Whitting Bros. Machine Works ........... 20:99 77.40
Aug. 30-L. L. Dodge ........ .......... 2P308 64.50
Aug. 30-South Florida Dredging Co. ............. 20295 1,004.80
Aug. 30-Ft. Lauderdale Mercantile Co. ............. 20307 57.22
Sept. 1- J. Hall ............................... 18412 50.00
Sept. 2-Southland Steamship Co. ................. 20296 29,514.97
Sept. 2-The Electric Shop ...................... 20305 22.50
Sept. 4- C. H. Phillips ......................... 20314 8.30
Sept. 4-Everglades Lumber Co. ................. 20300 4.89
Sept. 4- G. Terrell ............................. 18460 166.67
Sept. 6- Mrs. E. Fitzgerald ...................... 20315 2.00
Sept. 8- W. C. Hess ............................ 20313 33 33
Sept. 10- J. F. McIntosh .......................... 21206 121.00
Sept. 10-W. L. Clark, Jr. ................... .... 21207 60.00
Sept. 11- M. Herring ............................ 21258 80.67
Sept. 11- L. B. Merriam ......................... 21204 166.67
Sept. 11- R. L. Bannerman .................. ... 21205 165.00
Sept. 12- H. R. Kaufman ........................ 21270 6.90
Sept. 12-American Railway Express Co. ............ 21271 1.17
Sept. 12-Southern Tel. & Cons. Co. ................ 21272 14.80
Sept. 12-D. R. Cox Furniture Co. ................. 21269 26.00
Sept. 12- J. S. Lewis ............................ 21257 122.23
Sept. 12- F. C. Elliott ........................... 21203 330.00
Sept. 12-A. R. Richardson ....................... 21214 137.50
Sept. 13- M. A. Cox ............................. 20312 18.00
Sept, 13-J. M. Sauls ............. ............... 20248 82.50
Sept. 13- J. L. Hays ............................. 21247. 110.00
Sept. 13- H. C. Hansen .......................... 20311 60.00
Sept. 13-C. Baldwin, Tax Collector ......:........ 20262 1S4.69
Sept. 16-Edwin Barnes .......................... 21259 25.00
Sept. 16- N. E. Choate ........................... 21208 82.50
Sept. 17-Homestead Enterprise .................. 21263 75.90
Sept. 17-Eugene Dietzgen Co ..................... 21253 4.35
Sept. 17-Miami Herald .................. ......... 21268 13.50
Sept. 17-Ft. Lauderdale Sentinel ................ 21266 13.50
Sept. 17- W. H. Swain .......................... 21233 165.00
Sept. 17-D. McDonald ........................... 21219 99.00
Sept. 17- D. Papy .......... .................... 21220 82.50
Sept. 17-Palms Pub:ishing Co. ................... 21267 9.00
Sept. 17- G. V. Scott .......... ....... .......... 21212 1,072.75
Sept. 17-J. Wood ............................... 21239 82.50
Sept. 17-S. Covington .......................... 21224 82.50
Sept. 17-F. Bennefield .......................... 21225 82.50
Sept. 17- W. C. Burney .......................... 21235 90.00












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Paid. In favor of. Warrant. Amount.
Sept. 1-- G. Barber ............................. 21244 60.00
Sept. 18-B. C. Turner .............. ........... 21216 15.00
Sept. 18- Ft. Myers Press ........................ 21265 4.21
Sept. 18- C. II. Phillips ............................ 21249 97.50
Sept. 18- R. N. Hershey ......................... 21234 75.00
Sept. 19-F. M. Tyler, Tax Collector .............. 21261 29.75
Sept. 19- C. Russ .......................... ..... 21223 88.00
Sept. 19- E. C. Bugg ....................... .... 21240 75.00
Sept. 19-G. D. Barnard Stationery Co. ........ ..... 21254 40.00
Sept. 19- J. Harris .............................. 21238 93.50
Sept. 19- J. A. Bailey ........................... 21251 75.00
Sept. 20-Keuffel & Esser .......................... 21252 .48
Sept. 20-J. Cherry ........................... 21236 28.38
Sept. 20-Moore Haven Times .................... 21264 58.80
Sept. 20- A. Carter ............................. 21260 29017
Sept. 20-J. O. Brindla ........................... 21231 60.00
Sept. 20-L. W. Howard ................ ........ 21221 110.00
Sept. 20- R. Cherry ............................. 21237 60.00
Sept. 20-H. L. Griffin ........................ 21241 75.00
Sept. 22-F. N. Bk., Fort Myers, for B. Johnson..... 22609 7,886.40
Sept. 22- H. C. Hanson .......................... 21215 60.00
Sept. 22-Bowers Southern Dredging Co. .......... 22606 14,007.33
Sept. 22- W Albritton .......................... 21246 60.00
Sept. 22- E. L. Baird .................. ......... 21213 140.00
Sept. 22-E. A. Sowell ........................... 21230 75.03
Sept. 28-W. H. Covington ......................... 21226 82 50
Sept. 22-W. H. Moore ........................... 21209 55.00
Sept. 22- J. Boyd .................. ............. 21228 82.50
Sept. 22- R. E. Russ ............................. 21232 82.50
Sept. 24-Miami Bk. & Tr. Co., for Ben Johnson..... 22610 500.00
Sept. 24-FurstClark Construction Co. ............. 22605 17,040.40
Sept. 24-Megathlin & Clark ..................... 22607 2,996.35
Sept. 4--South' Florida Dredging Co. ............... 22608 978.50
Sept. 25- G. Terrell ............. ............... 21256 183.35
Sept. 26- M. Messer ............................. 21217 11.54
Sept. 26- W. C. Murray .......................... 21227 82.50
Sept. 26- J. H. Hall ............................. 21210 55.00
Sept. 26-W. T. Russ ............................ 21218 126.50
Sept. 26- C. R. DeHaven ......................... 21242 75.00
Sept. 27-Western -Union el. Co. ................. 2f936 42 92
Sept. 29-H. & W. B. Drew Co. .................... 22934 9.48
Sept. 29-Standard Oil Co. ........................ 22931 94.36
Sept. 29-Whitting Bros. Machine Works............ 22926 572.30
Sept. 29-Miami Bk. & Tr. Co., for Johnson & Co .... 22991 32,569.27
Sept. 30-Yaeger-Rhodes Hardware Co. ............ 22935 1.00
Sept. 30-Gulf Refining Co. ...................... 22930 45.75
Oct. 1-- ugene Dietzgen Co. ................... 22933 5.49
Oct. 1-Palm Beach Mercantile Co. .............. 22925 109.61
Oct. 1-G. W. Fowler Co. ........................ 22927 207.63
Oct. 1-Lainhart & Potter ...................... 22921 207.62
Oct. 3-Dade Lumber Co. ...................... 22943 .90
Oct. 3- L. L. Dodge ........................... 22920 112.75
Oct. 3-Anderson Dredging Co. ................. 22919 2,437.58
Ovt. 3-East Coast Hardware Co. .............. 22924 103.96

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Paid. In favor of. Warrant. Amount.
Oct. 4-J. M, Sauls ............................ 23633 82.50
Oct. 4-Franklin Hardware Co. .................. 22929 20.25
Oct. O. P. Lamerson ...... .................... 21243 75.00
Oct. 4-Ft. Lauderdale Lumber Co. ................ 229- 8.24
Oct. Z. Russ .................................. 21245 60.00.
Oct. 4-J. F. McIntosh ......................... .23594 121.00
Oct. 4-W. L. Clark, Jr. ........................ 23596 60.00
Oct. 4- J. L. Hays ............................ 23631 110.00
Oct. 6-J. A. .Bailey ................... ........ 22932 37.50
Oct. 6-John Hart, Tax Collector ................ 22937 201.76
Oct. 6-J. Windham .......................... 21250 82.50
Oct. 6- E. Barnes ................. ........... 23650 25.00
Oct. 6- L. B. Merriam ......................... 23592 166.67
Oct. 6-R. L. Bannerman ....................... 23593 165.00
Oct. 6-State Savings Bk., for T. J. Appleyard.... 23658 8.75
Oct. 6-A. R. Richardson. ....................... 23635 131.50
pct. 7-American Ry. Exp. Co. .................. 23657 2.97
Oct. 7-Southern Tel. & Cons. Co................. 23654 4.00
Oct. 8- J. Short .............................. 21229 75.00
Oct. 8-S. J. Ellerbe ............................ 21222 93.50
Oct. 8-Ft. Lauderdale Mercantile Co. ............ 22928 32.35
Oct. 9-H. & W. B. Drew Co. .................... 23644 14.44
dOt. 9-Southland Steamship Co. ................. 22918 39.815.77
Oct. 9-Southland Steamship Co. ................. 22918 39,815.77
dct. 9-G. F. Miles .......................... 23641 2,129.97
Oct. 9- G. F. Miles ............................ 2364Q 2,391.92
Oct. 9- G. F. Miles ............................ 23639 1,015.36
6ct. 9- G. V. bcott ............................ 23600 1.349.46
Oct. 9-J. Harris .............................. 23622 93.50
Oct. 9- M. Coleman ............................ 23610 52.00
Oct. 9-A. E. Swanson ......................... 23618 75.00
Oct. 9- W. C. Burney .......................... 23621 96.00
Oct. 9- G. Barber ............................. 23628 60.00
Oct. 9-J. Wood ..... ........................... 23623 8250
Oct. 9-D. Papy ................................ 23604 82.50
Oct. 9- C. Russ ............................... 23607 88.00
Oct. 9- R. Cherry ............................. 23609 75.00
Oct. 9- F. Bennefield .......................... 23611 82.50
Oct. 9-S. Covingtn ............................ 23608 82.50
Oct. 9- D. McDonald ........................... 23603 99.00
Oct. 9- G. Terrell ............................. 23647 183.35
Oct. .9-N. E. Choate ........................... 23595 82.50
Oct. 9- F. C. Elliott ........................... 23591 456.85
Oct. 9- J. S. Lewis ............................. 23648 122.23
Oct. 10-Trusteep I. I. Fuid ...................... 3666 1,250.62
Oct. 10-Furst-Clark Construction Co. ............. 23665 25,000.00
Oct. 10-L. W. Howard ......................... 23605 110.90
Oct. 10-G. 0. Butler, Clerk Circuit Court.......... .3651 19.10
Oct. 11-R. N. Hershey ..... ..................... 23620 30.00
Oct. 11- W. H. Swain ........................... 23619i 165.00
Oct. 11-Ft. Lauderdale Herald .................. 23653 197.10
Oct. 13-M. Herring ............................. 23649 80.67
Oct. 13- Mrs. E. Fitzgerald ...................... 23655 2.60
Oct. 13-Keuffel & Esser ........................ 23648 9.00













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Paid. In favor of. Warrant. Amount.
Oct. 13- J. Windham ........................... 23634 82.50
Oct. 14- J. Hall ................................ 23598 55.00
Oct. 14-B. C. Turner ........................... 23638 7.50
Oct. 14- J. F. Kirkland .......................... 23636 46.20
Oct. 14- M. Messer ............................. 23637 60.00
Oct. 14- J. T. Taylor ............................ 21211 15.00
Oct. 14- E. G. Bugg .................. ......... 23624 75.00
Oct. 14-.J. T. Taylor ......................... 23599 15.00
Oct. 14-Defiance Mfg. Co. ....................... 23645 17.22
Oct. 15- C. H. Phillips .......................... 23632 112.66
Oct. 15-Furst-Clark Construction Co. .............. 23642 22.75
Oct. 15-W. H. Covington ......................... 23612 82.50
Oct. 15- C. R. DeHaven ......................... 23626 75.00
Oct. 15- W. Albritton ........................... 23630 60.00
Oct. 15-E. A. Sowell ......... .................. 23616 75.00
Oct. 15- S. J. Ellerbe ........................... 23606 03.50
Sct. 15- J. Short ............................... 23615 75.00
Oct. 16- Okeechobee Call ........................ 23652 15.00
Oct. 16-Palm Beach Post ....................... 22938 256.80
Oct. 16- A. Carter ............................. 23646 200.00
Oct. 17- J. O. Brindla ........................... 23617 28.00
Oct. 17- R. E. Russ ........ .................... 23614 82.50
Oct. 17-W. C. Murray .... ..................... 23613 82.50
Oct. 17- Z. Russ ............................... 23629 60.00
Oct. 17- W. T. Russ ............................ 23602 126.50
Oct. 17- E. L. Baird ............................ 23601 154 00
Oct. 18- W. R. Moore ........................... 23597 55.00
Oct. 20- 0. P. Lamerson .................. ..... 23927 75.00
Oct. 20- G. I. Davis, P. M........................ 23656 5.00
Oct. 28-Burroughs Adding Machine Co ............ 21255 8.15
Nov. 1-Gulf Refining Co. ...................... 26324 107.50
Nov. 1-H. & W. B. Drew Co ..................... 26319 1.43
Nov. 1-Standard Oil Co. ........................ 26323 157.12
Nov. 1-J. G. Christopher Co. .................... 26320 5.90
Nov. 1-Cameron & Barkley Co. ................. 26322 463 81
Nov. 3- M. Herring ............................ 26544 80.67
Nov. 3-W. L. Clarke, Jr. ....................... 26541 60.00
Nov. 3-Palm Beach Mercantile Co................ 26307 234.29
Nov. 3-G. W. Fowler Co. ........................ 26303 264.92
Nov. 3-G. F. Miles ... ......................... 26293 1,660.38
Nov. 3-L. B. Merriam ......................... 26537 166.67
Nov. 3-R. L. Bannerman ....................... 26538 165.00
Nov. 3- N. E. Choate .......................... 26540 82.50
Nov. 4-H. R. Kaufman ........................... 26330 1.00
Nov. 4-Edwin Barnes .......................... 26545 25.00
Nov. 4-J. F. McIntosh ......................... 26539 121.00
Nov. 5-Furst-Clark Construction Co. .............. 2689 19,130.55
Nov. 5-Furst-Clark Construction Co. .............. 26290 21.00
Nov. 5-Anderson Dredging Co. .................. 26296 1,365.00
Nov. 5-South Florida Dredging Co. ............... 26298 1,691.30
Nov. 5-J. H. Duncan .......................... 26301 2.25
Nov. 5-Megathlin & Clark ...................... 26291 5,059.18
Nov. 5--West Plin Beach Blacksmith Co. ......... 26304 3.25
Nov. 5-East Coast Hardware Co. ................ 26305 161.26