Bayard H. Paine 1920 Expense Journal
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Front Cover

Inside Front Cover

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10 mi. steel steel bridge
½ mile barnyard
gas six blocks
over the divide find spring water

Page 1

lists Presidents of the United States through Theodore Roosevelt

Page 2

provides instruction for help in case of accidents

Page 3 [blank]

Pages 4-5

Aug 7
weight of car 4385
" " loaded 5795
20 gal gas 3.20
oil 1.80
flag .30
gas 13 gal 4.29
film .90
phone to Ogalalla .55

Alice drove 47.3
Brad " 19
Camped 8 miles West of
North Platte in farmyard

Pages 6-7

Aug 8
Oil 5 qt. 1.50
Monometer 10.00
10 gal gas 3.50
End for air pump[?] .25

Camped on School house across road BHP['s] old farm 8 mi. East [of] Julesburg.

Pages 8-9

Aug 9 Julesburg
peaches .55
bananas .60
oranges .25

G drove 28 mi.
gas 7 gal 2.28
oil 1 gal 1.35
" ½ .65
G drove 17 m.
Spent for supplies-Jewish-at Cheyenne 2.10
Camped Public Campground Cheyenne

Pages 10-11

Aug 10 left Cheyenne at 9 a.m. speedometer 8349.6
Chigmeter[?]
oil .90
dinner 8.00
gas 14 ga 4.75
ice cream cones 1.40
oranges for Grace .20
Hud paid 4.25 for groceries Camped Public camp grounds Douglas
8 t-bone steaks

Pages 12-13

Aug. 11
candy for Anna H 1.70
asbestos 1.00
gas 10 gal 3.50
spedometer[sic] 20.07
spedometer[sic] 20.07
84911

groceries 1
Hud spent 1.40
oil 6 qt. Extra pure 2.10
5 gal gas Casper 1.64
Cadillac spring 1.10

Pages 14-15

Aug 12
pancake flour 65 65
bananas 70 70
gas 5 gal 1.90
fruit & canned goods 2.00
supper 3.15

Pages 16-17

Aug 13 Friday
breakfast 3.10 3.10

Hud spent chili con carne
1.15
baths 2.65
10 gal gas 3.70
3 qt oil 1.05
transmission oil 1.25
dinner 2.50
(mending tin pail paid by Huston 1.00)
? tea meat [?] .20
Popular Science .25
Butter 1.35 bread .60 flour .45 2.35
? [?] dinner

Pages 18-19

Aug 14
gas 20 gal 7.40
oil 2 qt Cody .80
dinner 2.40
pennant 1.00
fruit for ourselves .55
pen[?] oil .10

 
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