On Feb. 4, 1869 J.C. Divers is paid $26 for teachers wages, and then on March 24, 1869 he is paid $174.35.
Further pages show expenses for 1892, and in this year Genevieve Doyle is paid $129.00 for teachers wages. They also paid $9 for a dictionary, and 20 cents for a box of chalk. A tin cup and dipper cost 30 cents.
In 1916 there must have been some work done on the building, because there are a lot of expenses for shingles, and labor for masonry work.
Quite a picture of what it took to operate a school, and how the many neighbors all participated in the upkeep of the building, as well as furnishing the wood to keep it heated.