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FOR THE YEAR ENDING



February 15th, 1908.



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ANNUAL REPORT



OF THE



Financial Affairs



OF THE



TOWN OF Easton



IN THE



STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE
FOR THE YEAR ENDING

February 15th, 1908.



LITTLETON, N. H.

PBE88 OF THE LITTLETON COURIER
1908



Town Officers



Moderator,
GEORGE S. JUDD

Clerk,
ALFRED T. YOUNG

Treasurer,
DANIEL J. WHITCHER

Selectmen,

CHARLES A. YOUNG FRED H. BOWLES

ALBERT P. LANE

Supervisors,

LEON G. HUNTRESS GEORGE S. JUDD

ORA W. NOYES

Auditor,
CECIL P. BOWLES



Auditor's Report



RECEIPTS



Cash on hand Feb. 15, 1907,
A. T. Youn^, dog licenses,
Tiney, Golden and Robbins, Tax,
P. P. Oakes, land redeemed,
Savings Bank Tax,
Literaiy Fund,
Proportion of School Fund,
J. R. Noyes, Collector,



EXPENDITURES



County Tax,

State

Orders,

Balance in Treasury,



$1772 52
46 80
66 28
38 54
327 90
31 11
38 01
2082 88

$4404 04



$ 239 60

255 00

1974 08

$2468 68
$1935 36



SCHOOLS

School money raised by town.

Interest of Local Fund,

Literary Fund,

Proportion of School Fund,

Susie J. Noyes, services as Treasurer,

Enumerating scholars, S. M. Coombs,

A. T. Young on School Board,

C. N. Judd '

A. T. Young, supplies,



Highways and Bridges,
Town Library,



$612 50


24 00


31 11


38 01


2 00


3 00


8 00


5 00


8 85


$732 47


$616 16


$ 16 80



PAID FOR COUNTY

To Kirk Bowles for board of Isaac Bowles from Feb. 16,

1907 to Feb. 16, 1908,
Dr. H. L. Johnson for attending Jason Hoyt,
Wells & Bingham, casket for J. Driscoll,
A. T. Young, self and team, burying John Driscoll,
H. F. Jones, digging J. Driscoll's grave,
" " " " Wm. Perkins' "



WORK IN CEMETERY

C. N. Judd, seven days,

H. F. Jones, six days, three hours,

F. H. Bowles, seven days,

A. P. Lane, one day.

Team work, five days,



$


78 00




15 00




12 00




6 50




5 00




3 00


$119 50


$


14 00




12 60




14 00




2 00




7 50



$ 50 10



Town Officers



C. A. Young, selectman,

F. H. Bowles,

A. P. Lane,

J. R. Noyes, collector,

D.J. Whitcher, treasurer,

C. P. Bowles, auditor,

A. T. Young, clerk,

L. G. Huntress, supervisor,

Geo. S Judd, "

-J. R. No3'es, dog constable,

C. A. Young, overseer of poor,



MISCELLANEOUS

Littleton Courier, printing town report,

Frank J. Carr, 8 sheep killed by dogs,

A. M. Ball, water trough,

Harrison Day, " "

H. S. Bowles, use of hall to Oct.. 1906,

Henry Clark, use of hall year ending Feb. 15, 1908,

A. T. Young, recording births, marriages and deaths,

J. R. Noyes, taxes abated,

" land bid off by town,

C. .A. Y'oung, postage and express,
A. T. Young, stationery.

D. J. Whitcher, lumber, ■ •
Champlaiu Realty Co., lumber,

Road machine repairs with express,

E. C. Eastman, rec. and invoice book,
" " collector's book,

A. L. Haines, repairing road machine.

Hammers, drills and blasting material for road agent.



$ 32 30


11 00


11 50


52 00


10 00


5 00


15 00


3 00


2 00


5 00


8 00


$154 80


$ 16 00


44 00


3 00


3 00


; 6 00


. 6 00


3 25


3 00


10 84


2 50


1 25


147 54


. 8 80


3 15


10 00


77


2 40


12 75



$284 25



Recapitulation.



Cash on hand Feb. 15, 1907,
Total receipts for the year.



EXPENDITURES.

State tax,

County "

Town library.

Schools,

Town officers,

County paupers,

Total for highways and bridges,

Miscellaneous,

In cemetery.

Total,

ASSETS

Cash in treasury,
Theodore Gordon, on execution.
Due from county.

Due from county for Isaac Bowles from Nov. 25, 1906,
to Feb. 16, 1907,



LIABILITIES.

Local fund.

Town contribution to Highway' fund,



Due from State on Highway Fund,

Respectfully submitted,

CECIL P. BOWLES,

Auditor.

Easton, N. H., Feb. 29, 1908.



$1,772 52


2631 52


$4,404 04


$ 255 00


239 60


16 80


732 47


154 80


119 50


790 80


109 61


50 10


$2,468 68


$1,935 36


115 55


119 50


18.00


$2,188.41


$ 400 00


352 50


$ 752 50


436 74



Road Agents,







C.N.


JUDD


1907








Feb. C. N.Juddand


team


, 1 day, 9 hours,


Mar. " " "






2 "


June " " "




7 ■''




July " " "




2 '




Oct.




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Nov. " " "




3 "




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1908








C.N.Judd "






12 hours


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60


10 50


3


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9


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9 00


13


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1


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1


05



$ 54 15



W. D. BROOKS, ROAD AGENT



1907
Mar.


W. D.


Brooks

11


and team,




14 hours,

15 "


$ 2 10
4 50


Apr.




11


It 11




4 •'


1 20
1 25


May
June
July




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1 team,
and team


20 days,
6 "

1^2 "


5 "


1 50
L14 00

18 00

2 25
50


Aug.




11


1.


iy2 "




4 50
1 50


Sept.
Oct.




It




5 "


1 3 hours


3 90

7 50
50


Nov.




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2 "




3 00


Bridge"
1908

Jan.

<<


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11 1.


SVa"


9 "

4 "


8 25

2 70
60



$177 75



8



W. W. BROOKS
1907
Mar. W. W. Brooks, 4- hours
Sept. " " 3 "



19U7



L. N. STEERE.
L. N. Steere, 3 hours,

ISRAEL JONES



ALBERT LANE



60
45



$ 1 05



45



Feb.


Israel Jones, 3V2 hours,


$ 53


1908






Feb;


" 5

W. H.JUDD


75

$1 28


1907






Feb.


W. H.Judd, Iday,


$ I 50




" " 14 hours,


2 10


Mar.


1 "


1 50


June


" 13 "


19 50




" and Edwin Bowles and 4 horses.


4 80


July


" " 5 days.


7 50


Oct.


5 "


7 50


Nov.


2 "


3 00




Bridge W. H.Judd, 51/2 days.


8 25


1908






Feb.


" " 19 hours,


2 85



$58 50



1907






Feb. A. P.


Lane, 17 hours.


$ 2 55


Mar. "


ly^ "


1 12


1908






Feb.


" 10 hours and team 5 hours


2 25


"


" 6


1 80


"


2V2 "


37



$ 8 09



9

C. L. THAYER.

1907
Feb. C. L.Thayer, 17 hours, $2 55

P. P. OAKES

Feb. P. P. Oakes, 15 hours, $ 2 25

Mar. " " 9 " 1 35

Apr. " " 2 " 30

1908

Feb. " " 51/2 " and team, 1 65

$ 5 55

A. M. BALL

1907

Feb. A. M. Ball. 8 hours, $ 1 20

" " team, 23

" and team, IVi hours, 45

Oct. " " " " 2% days 8 25

Feb. Perry Ball. 8 hours, $ 1 20

Byron Oakes, 61/2 " 97

H. B Oakes, 6V2 " '97



WILLIAM LANE

' 1907

Feb. Wm. Lane, IOV2 hours, 1 57

1908
Feb. " " 71/2 " 1 12

$ 2 69

1907

Aug. Dick Corrie, 1 day, 1 50

Sept. Leon Tyler, 9 hours, 1 36

Oct. Geo. S. Judd. 2 davs, 3 00

C. P. BOWLES

1907
Oct. C. P. Bowles, and team, 2 75

Nov. Bridge, C. P. Bowles and team, 2 days, 6 00

$8 75



10
JOHN PEASE



1907
Oct. John Pease, 3 days,
Nov. " " 3 days,

Bridge, John Pease, 4i^ days,

1908
Feb. John Pease, 16 hours,



1907


W. A.JUDD


June W. A.Judd,

July

Oct.


20 days,
6 "
4 "


Nov. "


3 "

, J J J 1 / <i



4 50


4 50


6 75


2 40



$18 15



W. P. BALL
1907
June W. P. Ball, 19 days, $34 50

July " " 2 days, 3 00

$37 50



$30 00

9 00

6 00

4 50

Bridge, W. A.Judd, 41/2 " 6 75

$56 25

1907
June O. W. Noyes, 11 days $16 50

Tilden Day and team, 4 days, 12 00

BENJ. BOWLES
1907
July Benj. Bow^les, 2 days, 3 00

Aug. " " 1/2 " 75

$ 3 75

0. E. JUDD

Mar. O. E.Judd, $ 1 50

1908

Feb. 0. E. Judd, 2 men and team, 7 hours, 4 20

" " 2 men 3 hours, and team 2 hours, 1 65

" " and man 7 hours, and team 4 hours, 2 70

$10 05



11



1907
Mar. Dan. Bowles, 12 hours,



ERI LANE



1907
Mar. Eri Lane, 5^4 hours,

1908
Feb. Eri Lane, 13V2 hours.



1907
Apr. Frank Carr,

EDWIN BOWLES
1907
Mar, Edwin Bowles, 6 hours.



Apr.
June

July

Aug.
Sept.

Oct.



1908
Jan.
Feb.



and team 3 days,
2V2 days,
2
1

and team 9 hours,
" " 2 days,
and team,
2 da^'S,

and team 8 hours,
" "10 hours.



1907
Mar. Chas. Cliflford, 3 hours,

HERBERT JONES

1907
Mar. Herbert Jones, 14 hours,
June " " 19 days.

July " " 6 "

1908
Feb. " " 91/2 hours,



1907
Oct. Hiram Parker, Y^ day,



$ 1 80

82

2 03

$ 2 85

50



90
60

9 00
7 50
3 00

1 50

2 70
6 00

2 00

3 00

2 40

3 00

$41 60
$ 45



2 11

28 50

9 00

1 42

$41 03

75



1 50


6 75


58


$8 83



12

FRED BOWLES

1907
Nov. Fred Bowles, 1 day,

Bridge, Fred Bowles, 4V2 days,

1908
Feb. Fred Bowles, SMf hours.



1907

June William Greer, • $ 1 00

1908

Feb. Lyle Brown and team, 101/2 hours, * 3 15

Arthur Pease, 9 hours, 1 37

MISCELLANEOUS

Oil, $ 10

Sharpening drills, 55

Spikes, 4-0

Arthur Pease, timber, 69 ft. at 8 cents, 5 52

C. A. Young. " 136 ft. at 8 cents, 10 88

$17 45



Report of Public Library

■ ■ The Library is steadily growing and the circulation for the past
year has been greater than before. There were received from the
state seven volumes of reports, some of which are interesting.

KATHERINE L. BOWLES, Librarian.

CECIL P. BOWLES,
FRED H. BOWLES,
J. R. NOYES,

Trustees.



School Report



Treasurer's Report for Schools No. i, 2 and 3

for 1907.



EXPENDITURES



2


00


2


00


16


25


42


00


22


50


54


00


40


00


18


00



May 17 Rose Eastman, cleaning schoolhouse,
" " Stella M. Coombs, cleaning schoolhouse,
" " Arthur Pease, 13 cords of wood (ql $1 .25,
June 21 Ethel Knight, teaching 10 weeks, and building
fires,
" " Edna Lewis, boarding teacher 10 weeks,
" 28 Mrs. V. B. Glazier, teaching 9 weeks,
" " Sadie Straw, teaching 10 weeks,
" " Ed Nolett, boarding teacher 8 weeks,
" F. E. Larr_v, boarding teacher 1 and one-half

weeks, 3 38

July 2 C. L. Thayer, boarding teacher 9 weeks and
sweeping schoolhouse,
" " A. T. Young, school supplies $2.32, and draw-
ing wood, $6 00,
Nov. 27 Bessie Bishop, teaching 12 weeks, and building

fires.
Dec. 7 J. R. Noyes, boarding teacher 12 weeks,
Aug. 31 C. N.Judd, labor $1.85; postage, $.10; trans-
])urting teacher, $1.50; stove repairs and
express, $1.60, 5 05

Feb. 15 C. N. Judd, cards and postage, $.55, and labor

banking schoolhouses, $4.50, 5 05

" " A. T. Young, glass, wood, and drawing wood, 9 05

" " Arthur Pease, wood and work, 2 80

" " D. J. Whitcher, boards, joists and wood, 7 10

Nov. 29 Ethel Knight, teaching, including board

and building fires, 12 weeks, 78 00



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25


8


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75


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27


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30 00


3


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22


50


1


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$622


25



14

Feb. 21 Ethel M. Knight, teaching 10 weeks,

sweeping and building fires, $43 00

" " Carl Edmands, teaching, including board,

10 weeks, 82 50

" " W. F. Parker, tuition to Dow Academy for

Bennie Bowles,
" " Ollie Bowles, building fires and sweeping,

" " Arthur Pease, boarding teacher 10 weeks,

" " C. A. Young, wood.

Total,

RECEIPTS

Balance from last year.

School order.

Literary fund.

Due from H. S. Bowles, tuition,

Expenditures,

Balance,

MRS. J. R. NOYES, School Treasurer.
In looking over the accounts as presented by the school board
and treasurer I find them correct and properly vouched.

A. M. BALL, Auditor.



$ 34 72


674 51


31 11


5 00


$745 34


622 25


$123 09





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