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eson County, November Term, 1905

T. D. Bryson, Solicitor, attending Superior Court
Cherokee County, November Term, 1005

W. E. Daniel, Solicitor, attending Superior Court
Bertie County, November Term, 1905

R. Duffy, Solicitor, attending Superior Court Lenoir
County, November Term, 1905

J. F. Spalnhour, Solicitor, attending Superior Court
Henderson County, November Term, 1905

H. S. W'ard, Solicitor, attending Superior Court
Dare County, Fall Term. 1905

H. Clarkson, Solicitor, attending Superior Court
Gaston County, November Term, 1905 '

M. N. Harshaw, Solicitor, attending Superior Court
Catawba and Mitchell Counties, November Term, ,
1905

C. C. Lyon, Solicitor, attending Superior Court Cum-
berland County, November Term, 1905

Total



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State Auditob's Report, 1905.



Statement E — Continued,

LAB0BER8' PAY-BOLL.

December, 1904.

Paid C. C. Cherry, Superintendent, for laborers*

pay-roll

C. C. Cherry, Superintendent, for laborers'

pay-roll

C. C. Cherry, Superintendent, for laborers'

pay-roll

C. C. Cherry, Superintendent, for laborers'

pay-roll

C. C. Cherry, Superintendent, for laborers'

pay-roll

January, 1905.

Paid C. C. Cherry, Superintendent, for laborers*

weekly pay-roll

O. H. Yearby, 15 daj-s' commutation

C. C. Cherry, Superintendent, for laborers'

weekly pay-roll

J. J. Weaver, 15 days' commutation

C. C. Cherry, Superintendent, for laborers'

weekly pay-roll

C. C. Cherry, Superintendent, for laborers'

weekly pay-roll

February, 1905.

Paid C. C. Cherry, Superintendent, for laborers'

pay-roll

C. C. Cherry, Superintendent, for laborers'

pay-roll

C. C. Cherry, Superintendent, for laborers'

pay-roll

C. C. Cherry, Superintendent, for laborers'

pay-roll

March, 1905.

Paid C. C. Cherry, Superintendent, for laborers'

pay-roll

C. C. Cherry, Superintendent, for laborers'

pay-roll

C. C. Cherry, Superintendent, for laborers'

pay-roll

C. C. Cherry, Superintendent, for laborers'

pay-roll

AprI 1,1905.

Paid C. C. Cherry, Superintendent, for laborers'

pay-roll

C. C. Cherry, Superintendent, for laborers*

pay-roll

C. C. Cherry, Superintendent, for laborers*

pay-roll

C. C. Cherry, Superintendent, for laborers*

pay-roll

C. C. Cherry, Superintendent, for laborers'

pay-roll



$



139. 37
139. 37
139. 37
139.37
139. 37



139.37
16.00

147.33
15.00

I

147.33
147. 33



147.33
148. 40
151. 08
151.08



I



151.08
164.08
147.08
147. 08



147.08
135.15
144. 08
144. 08
144.08



696.85



611.36



597.89



609.32*



714.47



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187



Statement E — Continued.



lABOBEBS' PAY-BOLL — Continued,

May, 1905.

Paid C. C. Cherry, Superintendent, for laborers'

pay-roll

C. C. Cherry, Superintendent, for laborers*

pay-roll

C. C. Cherry, Supe^^rintendent, for laborers*

pay-roll

C. C. Cherry, Superintendent, for laborers'

pay-roll



June, 1905.

Paid C. C. Cherry, Superintendent, for laborers*

pay-roll

C. C. Cherry, Superintendent, for laborers'

pay-roll

C. C. Cherry, Superintendent, for laborers'

pay-roll

C. C. Cherry, Superintendent, for laborers*

pay-roll

Austin Dunston, 15 days* commutation. . .



July, 1905.
Paid C. C. Cherry, Superintendent, for laborers'
pay-roll

C. C. Cherry, Superintendent, for laborers*
pay-roll

C. C. Cherry, Superintendent, for laborers*
pay-roll

C. C. Cherry, Superintendent, for laborers'
pay-roll

C. C. Cherry, Superintendent, for laborers'
pay-roll

Joe Hellig, 5 days' service as janitor Treas-
ury Department



I



August, 1905.
Paid C. C. Cherry, Superintendent, for laborers*

pay-roll

J. O. Smith, 3 days* service in place of janitor.

Treasury Department

J. L. Hellig, 3 days* service in place of janitor

of Treasury Department

Lewis Bembry, 15 days* commutation

C. C. Cherry, Superintendent, for laborers*

pay-roll

C. C. Cherry, Superintendent, for laborers*

pay-roll

C. C. Cherry, Superintendent, for laborers'

pay-roll

September, 1905.

Paid Andrew Grant, 15 days' commutation

C. C. Cherry, Superintendent, for laborers'

weekly pay-roll

C. C. Cherry, Superintendent, for laborers'
weekly pay-roll



144. 08|
144, 08|
144.08
140. 33

140.33

140.33

140. 33

140. 33
15.00



140. 33
140.33
140. 33
140. 33
140.33
2.50



141. 08

3.00

1.50
13.39

147.08

141.08

141.08

15.00i
141.08
141.08



572. 57



576. 32



704.15



588.21



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State Auditor's Repobt, 1905.



Statement E — Continued,



LABOBEBS' PAY-ROLL — Continued,

September, 1905 — (Continued).

C. C. Cherry, Superintendent, janitor's ser-
vices

C. C. Cherry, Superintendent, for laborers'
weekly pay-roll

C. C. Cherry, Superintendent, for laborers*
weekly pay-roll

C. C. Cherry, Superintendent, for laborers'
weekly pay-roil

October, 1905.

Paid C. C. Cherry, Superintendent, laborers' weekly

pay-roll

C. C. Cherry, Superintendent, laborers* weekly

pay-roll

C. C. Cherry, Superintendent, laborers* weekly

pay-roll

C. C. Cherry, Superintendent, laborers' weekly

pay-roll

November, 1905.

Paid S. J. Hawkins, 15 days' commutation

C. C. Cherry, Superintendent, laborers' weekly

pay-roll

C. C. Cherry, Superintendent, laborers' weekly

pay-roll

C. C. Cherry, Superintendent, laborers* weekly

pay-roll

C. C. Cherry, Superintendent, laborers' weekly

pay-roll



Total.



LEGAL SEBVICES AND EXPENSES.

December, 1904.
Paid Dr. J. F. Miller, expenses examining mental
condition R. Johnston, under sentence of
death

Locke Craig and Thonms Settle, balance for
services collecting Inheritance Tax, Coxe
estate

R. D. Gilmer, Attorney-General, expenses to
Washington in re South Dakota Case motion,

C. W. Gold, witness ticket in re Selma Conneo
tion Case

T. B. Heartt, copy of opinion for Attorney-
General in re Greensboro Ice and Coal Co.
V. Southern Railway Co

R. D. Gilmer, Attorney-General, expenses to
Charlotte and Greensboro in John W. Simp-
son, Registrar, Case

James E. Shepherd, in full for services in :
South Dakota Case I



6.50
145.08
145. 08
145.081



145.08
145.08
149.08
148. 08



15.00
152.79
154.08
148. 08
148.08



12.15

250.00
26.35



8.10!

7.50

26.00
500.00



738.90



587.32



618.03



7,615.39



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189



Statement E — Oontitiued.



LBQAL SEBTICES AND EXPENSES — Continued.

December, 1904 — (Continued).

George Rountree, In full for services in South

Dakota Case

J. H. Merrimon, in full for services In South

Dakota Case

Edwards & Broughton, printing briefs in Sel-

ma Connection Case

Argo & Shaffer, professional services in Selma

Connection Case

C. M. Busbee, professional services In Selma

Connection Case

F. A. Woodard, professional services in Selma

Connection Case and expenses



January, 1905.
Pfiid James E. Shepherd, expenses to New York and

additional services in South Dakota Case. . .
J. B. James, witness ticket, Corporation Com-
mission t\ A. C. L. Railroad

B. L. Daughtridge, witness ticket. Corporation

Commission v. A. C. L. Railroad

F. A. Woodard, balance fee in re Corporation

Commission v. A. C. L. Railroad

B. N. Simms, balance fee in re Stewart Bros.

V. Treasurer Worth

W. C. Douglas, balance fee in re Stewart

Bros. V. Treasurer Worth

W. L. Jhorp, services in Selma Connection

Case

W. O. Howard, services in Selma Connection

Case

W. C. Wilkinson, services in Selma Connection

Case

Scales, Taylor & Scales, services in Greensboro

Ice and Coal Co. v. Southern Railway



February, 1905.
Paid W. M. Russ, Clerk Superior Court Wake
County, costs in re Worth and Lacy, Treas-
urers, V. Stewart Bros., Public Printers

John C. Mills, expenses as witness in U. S.
Court in re John W. Simpson, Registrar

C. L. Miller, expenses as witness in U. S. Court
in re John W. Simpson, Registrar

S. Gallert, expenses as attorney attending U. S.
Court in re John W. Simpson, Registrar

John W. Simpson, expenses as defendant at-
tending U. S. Court in re John W. Simpson,
Registrar

March, 1905.
Paid Governor R. B. Glenn, expenses to New York

in South Dakota matter

L. Middleton, Sheriff Duplin County, costs in
re Carr v. County Commissioners



500.00
500.00

23.40

I
260.00

250.00

609.65



■I 2,963.15



128. 00

6.60

10.00

250.00

175.00

175.00

25.00

25.00

10..00

250.00



182. 75

16.20

8.95

15.00

16.20




1,054.60



239. 10



54.90



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State Auditor's Repobt, 1906.



Statement E — Contimied.



LEGAL SERVICES AND EXPENSES — Continued. I

ApriM905. i

Paid R. D. Gilmer, Attorney-General, expenses to

New York, South Dakota Case j$

R. D. Gilmer, Attorney-General, expenses to I
Washington, D. C, South Dakota Case >



June, 1905.
Paid Locke Craig and Thomas Settle, services col-
lecting Inheritance Tax, Buncombe County. .

July, 1905.

Paid J. H. McKenney, Clerk United States Supreme

Court, costs in South Dakota suit

R. B. Glenn, Governor, expenses of trip to

Albany on legal business for State

H. L. Grant, Clerk Federal Court, copy decree,

Greensboro Ice and Coal Co. Case

J. H. McKenney, Clerk Supreme Court United

States, balance of costs South Dakota Case. .

Augu8t, 1905.

Paid J. C. Mills, expenses to Charlotte attending
Federal Court, Simpson Registrar Case....

John W. Simpson, expenses to Charlotte at-
tending Federal Court, Simpson Registrar
Case

John W. Thompson, services rendered in con-
nection with Ed. Utley Pardon Case

September, 1905.
Paid W. M. Russ, Clerk Superior Court Wake
County, costs in Corporation Commission v.

Seab'oard Air Line Railway Co

H. L. Grant, Clerk U. S. Court, making tran-
script of appeal to U. S. Supreme Court in re
Corporation Commission and Greensboro Ice
and Coal Co. v. Southern Railway Co

November, 1905. I

Paid J. H. McKenney, Clerk Supreme Court United
States, costs in re Greensboro Ice and Coal i
Co. and Corporation Commission v. Southern |

Railway Co '

W. M. Bond, legal services, Daniel v. Homer. .|

R. D. Gilmer, Attorney-General, expenses to

Washington in Armour Co. v. Lacy, Treas

iu:er



-i| 71.00



Total

LEGISLATIVE EXAMINING COMMITTEE.

December, 1904.
Paid C. S. Vann, per diem and mileage as member \

of committee i

B. S. Nissen, per diem and mileage as mem- 1
her of committee I



6.00.



315. 15 1



995. 00 :
100.00.



28.50



72.00
56.00



150.00



1,036.30



48.10



321.15



1,123.50



7,061.80



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191



Statement E — Continued,



LEGISLATIVE EXAMiinNO COMMITTEE — Continued.

December, 1904 — (Continued).

C. R. Hoey, per diem and mileage as member
of committee

H. W. Stubbs» per diem and mileage as mem-
ber of committee

Miss May Jones, stenographic services ren-
dered committee

Total

MANSION AND GBOUNDS.

December, 1904.
Paid C. C. Cherry, Superintendent, wages for em-
ployees at Mansion, November, 1904

Standard Gas and Electric Co., gas used in No-
vember, 1904

Joseph Terry, week's w^ages as gardener

J. T. Richardson, week's wages as watchman. .

Hart- Ward Hardware Co., one rake

Dobbin & Ferrall, sundry furnishings

Raleigh Electric Co., electricity used in No-
vember, 1904

Johnson & Johnson, 20 cords wood

B. W. Upchurch, gold dust and soap

J. T. Richardson, week's wages as watchman. .

Joseph Terry, week's wages as gardener

F. Branch, 6 days' work at Mansion

Wake Water Co., water used for November,
1904

Joseph Terry, week's wages as gardener

J. T. Richardson, week's wages as watchman . .

Will Carroll, repairs at Mansion

T. P. Sale, fumigating two rooms

John W. Mangum, battery, overhauling bells,
wiring bells

Joseph Terry, week's wages as gardener

J. T. Richardson, week's wages as watchman . .

Frank Branch, washing paint from walls

Will Carroll, putting in glass

Joseph Terry, week's wages as gardener

J. T. Richardson, week's wages as watchman . .

S. Austin and others, work at Mansion




January, 1905.

Paid C. C. Cherry, Superintendent, wages for em-
ployees at Mansion, December, 1904

Raleigh Electric Co., electricity used at Man-
sion, December, 1904

Standard Gas and Electric Co., gas used at
Mansion, December, 1904

Raleigh Telephone Co.. 'phone service, Janu-
ary 1 to April 1, 1905

Carolina Wood-workers, repairing dining table
at Mansion



30.00

17.56

6.00

10.00

.75

43.03

46.20

80.00

3.10

10.00

6.00

6.00

9.04
6.00
10.00
1.76
2.00

16.00

6.00

10.00

12.00

4.85

6.00

10.00

17.00



30.00
35.20
27.15
4.50
15.00



272.60



272.60



368.27



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Statement Ei — Continued.



MANSION AND GROUNDS — Continued.

January, 1905 — (Continued).

J. T. Richardson, week's wages as watchman . .

William Roches, 6 days' work

Dobbin & Ferrall, carpets and shades and up-
holstery work

W. H. Hughes, two dusters for Mansion

William Roches, taking up carpet and disin-
fecting room *...*.

B. W. Upchurch, soap and gold dust

Raleigh Electric Co., labor and supplies

J. T. Richardson, week's wages as watchman. .|

Joe Mayfleld, drayage '

Excelsior Steam Laundry, laundering blankets, |

Clara McCloud, 4 days* house-cleaning

Wake Water Co., water used at Mansion, De-
cember, 1904

Mary Davis, 4 days* house-cleaning

M. R. Haynes, cleaning and polishing furni-
ture

W. M. Utley, week's wages as watchman [

Hlggins & Seiter, sundry china-ware

David Hill, labor at Mansion ,

Glenn & WMUiams, kalsomining four rooms. . . .

J. F. Douthitt, decorating, furniture coverings,
drapery and upholstery at Mansion

W. M. Utley, week's wages as watchman !

C. E. Horton, week's wages as gardener |

Februaryi 1905. |

Paid C. C. Cherry, Superintendent, wages for em- !

ployees, Mansion, for January, 1905 |

Standard Gas and Electric Co., gas used at

• Mansion for January, 1905

Young & Hughes, plumbing at Mansion

W. M. Utley, week's wages as watchman

C. E. Horton, week's wages as gardener

William Taylor, plumbing at Mansion

Wake Water Co., water for Mansion for Janu-
ary, 1905

Dobbin & Ferrall, sundry furnishings as per

bill filed

Raleigh Construction Co., sundry repairs

B. W. Upchurch, soap and gold dust

Raleigh Electric Co., electricity used for Janu-
ary, 1905

T. H. Briggs & Sons, sundry hardware for

Mansion

W. M. Utley, week's wages as watchman

C. E. Horton, week's wages as gardener

W. M. Utley, week's wages as watchman

C. E. Horton, week's wages as gardener

W. M. Utley, week's wages as watchman

C. E. Horton, week's wages as gardener

W. H. Hughes, sundry crockery and supplies. .



10.00
6.00

1,752.25
1.00

2.00

.66

11.70

10.00

.25

2.25

2.00

10.91 ;

4.00^

3.00
10.00
26.17

3.50
65.00

33.50

10.00

6.00



-I 5,398.54



30.00!

23.10
3.00

10.00
6.00
1.001

12.49



.60i
3.40

61.11

10.87
10.00

6.00
10.00'

6.001
10. oo!

6.00
11.25,



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193



Statement E — Oontiimed,



MANSION AND GROUNDS — continued.

March, 1905.

Paid C. C. Cli«»rry, Superintendent, wages for em- !
liloyees at Mansion^ February ||

Young & Hughes, plumbing at Mansion I

\V. M. IT t ley, week's wages as watchman

C. K. Hortou, week's wages as gardener

Dobbin & Ferrall, crockery ware for Mansion. .

Standard (las and Electric Oo., gas for Feb-
ruary

Wake Water Co., water for February

H. T. Hicks Co., sundry cleaning preparations. .

Raleigh Electric Co., electricity for February. .

W. M. TTtiey, week's wages as watchman

T. C. Powell, coal for Mansion

W. M. Utley, week's wages as watchman

James (largus, 5 days' as gardener

Allen Hoofing Co., repairing chimney \

Raleigh Construction Co., repairs i

W. M. Utley. week's wages as watchman !

James Gargus, week's wages as gardener I



April, 1905.

Paid C. C. Cherry, for flowers for grounds

C. C. Cherry, for employes' wages. Mansion,

for March, 1905

W. M. T'tley, week's wages as watchman

James (iargus, week's wages as gardener

Standard (»as and Elei*tric (^o., gas for March..
W. H. Hughes, sundry supplies for Mansion.. .
Boy Ian-Pea rce Co., sundry supplies for Man-
sion

J. L. O'Quinn, seeds and bulbs for Mansion. . , .

W. M. T'tley, week's wages as watchman '

James (Jargus, week's wages as gardener •

Raleigh Electric Co., electricity used in March,

Wake Water Co., water used in March ,

Isham Fields, repairing furniture

W. M. T'tley, week's wages as watchman |

James (iargus, week's wag(*s as gardener i

G. T. Powell, soap and washing powder

T. H. Briggs & Sons, supplies for Mansion. .. .|

W. M. T'tley, week's wages as watchman ,

James (Jargus, week's wag<»s as gardener ;

W. M. T'tley, week's wages as watcliman

James Gargus, week's wages as gardener i

i-

May,1905. !

Paid C. C. Cherry, Superintendent, wages for em- 1
ployees for April, 1905 1

Standard Gas and Electric Co., gas used for i
April, 1905

Raleigh Electric Co., electricity used for April, '
1905

Sherwood Higgs, ducking for use at Mansion. .

W^ M. Utley, week's wages as watchman

1 13



30.001

38.46:

10.00

6.001

108.70

i

22.35|
11.56'
9.65
48.031
10. oo'
247.50

10. oo;

5.00
5.50
4.55
10.00
6.00



7.88.

.30. oo!

10.00

6.00

24.90

17.20

24.37|
10.25;
lO.OOi

6.00
37.05
10.78,

3.00
10.00

6.00

3.00
28. 04|
10.00!

6.00;
10.00

6.00.



30.00

26.40

39.82

2.90

10.00



583.29



276,47



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State Auditor's Report, 1905.



Statement E — Ooniiwued,



MANSION AND GROUNDS — COWtiflUed,

May, 1905 — (Continued).

James Gargus, week's wages as gardener

. John F. Jones, repairing gutter

W. M. Utley, week s wages as watchman

James Gargus, week's wages as gardener

Wake Water Co., water used in April

J. L. O'Quinn, flowers for grounds

James Gargus, week's wages as gardener

W. M. Utley, week's wages as watchman

W. M. Utley, week's wages as watchman

James Gargus, week's wages as gardener

M. S. Clark, repairing roof

G. T. Powell, soap and washing powder

June, 1905.
Paid C. C. Cherry, Superintendent, wages for Man-
sion employees for May, 1905

Raleigh Electric Co., electricity for May

W. H. Hughes, sundry supplies for Mansion. ..

Standard Gas and Electric Co., gas used in
May

W. M. Utley, week's wages as watchman

James Gargus, week's wages as gardener

Phillips & Penny, two sacks salt for grounds. . .

Interstate Telephone Co., 'phone rent, quarter
ending September 1, 1905

Dobbin & Ferrall, supplies for Mansion

W. M. Utley, week's wages as watchman

James Gargus, week's wages as gardener

Wake Water Co., water used at Mansion

W. M. Utley, week's wages as watchman

James Gargus, week's wages as gardener

W. M. Utley, week's wages, as watchman

James Gargus, week's wages as gardener

T. S. Stevenson, repairs to pipes

Raleigh Construction Co., repairs to lights

July, 1905.
Paid C. C. Cherry, Superintendent, wages for Man-
sion employees, Jun^

W. M. Utley, week's wages as watchman

James Gargus, week's wages as gardener

Standard Gas and Electric Co., gas used in
June

Boylan-Pearce Co., two dozen napkins

Raleigh Electric Co., electricity In June

W. M. Utley, week's wages as watchman

James Gargus, week's wages as gardener

Roy all & Borden Furniture Co., sundry fur-
nishings

W. M. Utley, week's wages as watchman

James Gargus, week's wages as gardener

Raleigh Telephone Co., 'phone rent

W. M. Utley, week's wages as watchman

James Gargus, week's wages as gardener

Wake Water Co., water used In June



6.00

1.50

10.00

8.00

11.94

17.15

7.00

10.00

10.00

7.00

2.00

3.00



30.00
29.86
20.05

26.40

10.00

7.00

1.20

4.50
25.25
10.00

7.00
13.08
10.00

7.00
10.00

7.00

2.40
.75



30.00

10.00

7.00

23.85

6.00

28.10

10.00

7.00

23.00

10.00
7.00
4.60

10. 00
7.00

16. 14



202.71



221.49



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195



Statement E — Oantinued,



MANSION AND GBOUNDS — COfUinUed.

July, 1905 — (Continued).

Southern Bell Telephone Co., *phone rent $ 4.50

W. M. Utley, week's wages as watchman 10. 00

James Gargus, week's wages as gardener 7. 00

Allen Roofing Co., repairs to roof , 4. 35:

J. C. Ellington, supplies for Mansion ' .80'



August, 1905.
Paid C. (\ Cherry, Superintendent, wages for em-
ployees at Mansion, July

Standard Gas aud Electric Co., gas used, July. .
Raleigh Electric ('o., electricity usjed, July....

W. M. Utley, week's wages as watchman

James (xargus, week's wages as gardener

B. W. Upchurch, soap aud gold dust

\V. M. Utley, week's wages as watchman

James Gargus, week's wages as gardener

W. M. Utley, week's wages as watchman

James (^argus, week's wages as gardener

W. M. Utley, week's wages as watchman

James (Jargus, week's wages as gardener

David Haywood, 15 days' commutation

September, 1905.

Paid Raleigh Electric Co., electricity used at Man-
sion, August

C. C. Cherry, Superintendent, employees'
wages for August

W. M. Utley, week's wages as watchman

James (iargus, week's wages as gardener

W. H, Hughes, supplies for Mansion

Standard Gas and Electric Co., gas for Man-
sion

Capital City Fuel Co., 31% cords wood

Young & Hughes, plumbing work

W. M. Utley, week's wages as watchman

James Gargus, week's wages as gardener

Interstate Telephone Co., 'phone rent to De-
cember, 1905

W. M. Utley, week's wages as watchman

James Gargus, week's wages as gardener

Wake Water Co., water rent, July and August,

W. M. Utley. week's wages as watchman

James Gargus, week's wages as gardener

W. M. Utley, week's wages as watchman I

James Gargus, week's wages as gardener '

October, 1905.
Paid C. C. Cherry, Superintendent, wages for em-
ployees, September

Standard Gas and Electric Co., gas used for
September

Raleigh Electric Co., electricity used for Sep-
tember

Toung & Hughes, plumbing work

R. B. Glenn, Governor, amount paid for sundry
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10.00

7.00

21.75

17.55
116.55

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7.00
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Statement E — Continued,



MANSION AND GROUNDS — conUnued.

October, 1905 — (Continued).

W. M. Utley. week's wages as watclmian iip 10.00

James (larprus, week's wages as gardener i 7.00|

Glenn & Williams, painting at Mansion '. 00. 65

W. M. rtley. week's wages as watchman 10. OOJ

.James (Targus, week's wages as gardener ' 7.001

W. M. TJtIey, week's wages as watchman lO.OOJ

.Tames (Jargiis, week's wages as gardener , 7. 00

City of Raleigh, fumigating two rooms | 2.00

W. M. Utley, week's wages as watchman i 10.00,

James (Jargus, week's wages as gardener ; 7. 00|

W. B. Moses & Sons, sundry furniture, carpets ,

and rugs i 543. 86,



November, 1905. i

Paid C. i\ Cherry, Superintendent wages for em-
I)loyees at Mansion

Young and Hughes, plumbing at Mansion

Standard (ias and Electric Co.. gas at Man-
sion, October

Dobbin & Ferrall, sundry supplies

Whiting Hrothers. uniform for W. M. Utley,
watchman

Raleigh Electric Co., electricity for Mansion. . .

R. B. (ilenn, amount paid for putting down
carpets

Royail & Borden, brass handles

W. M. T'tley, week's wages as watchman

James (iargus, week's wages as gardener

J. H. Ro])!>ins, s(mi> niul gold dust ■

M. R. Haynes, repairs to sofa ■

W. M. Utley, week's wages as watchman

James (iargus, week's wages as gardener

Wake Water Co., water used, October i

H. T. Hicks Co.. simdry supplies

W. M. Utley, week's wages as watchman

James Oargus, week's wages as gardener

Lumsden Bros., repairs to roof |

.Tames (Jargus, week's wages as gardener

W. M. Utley, week's wages as watchman ,



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