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ANNUAL REPORT



OF THE



Town officers



OF



EASTON, N. H.



FOR THE



FISCAL YEAR



ENDING



JANUARY 31, 1925



ANNUAL REPORT



OF THE



TOWN OFFICERS



OF



EASTON, N. H.



FOR THE



FISCAL YEAR



ENDING



JANUARY 31, 1925



THE BETHLEHEM PRESS

Bethlbhbm, N H.

1925



TOWN OFFICERS



MODERATOR

Charles A. Young

CLERK

Cecil P. Bowles

TREASURER
Charles A. Young



SELECTMEN
Sheldon Whitcomb Fred Bowles Oliver Bowles

SUPERVISORS
George S. Judd Melvin Bowles Ora W. Noyes

HEALTH OFFICER
Elra M. Cooley

BOARD OF EDUCATION
Fred H. Bowles E. M. Cooley Mabel Bowles

LIBRARY TRUSTEES
Cecil P. Bowles Fred H. Bowles

AUDITOR

Katharine L. Bowles

ROAD AGENTS
W. A. Judd Tildin Day



TOWN OFFICERS' SALARIES

C. A. Young, Moderator $ 9 00

C. P. Bowles, Town Clerk 24 00

C. A. Young, Treasurer 25 00

S. F. Whitcomb, Selectman 73 15

F. H. Bowles, Selectman 38 00
O. L. Bowles, Selectman 44 50

G. S. Judd, Supervisor, at Primary and General

Election, two sessions of correcting for
registration and making 2 copies of check
list to be sent to Concord

M. H. Bowles, Supervisor

O. W. Noyes, Supervisor

E. M. Cooley, Health Officer and expenses incurred 29 65

K. L. Bowles, Auditor

G. S. Judd, Collector for 1924

W. A. Judd, Ballot Clerk, two meetings, Sept.
and Nov.

Doris Brown, Ballot Clerk, one meeting, November

Lyle Brown, Ballot Clerk, one meeting, November

Merton Edney, Ballot Clerk, one meeting, September

Elroy Harriman, Ballot Clerk, one meeting Septem-
ber

C. P. Bowles, Automobile Bureau

C. P. Bowles, recording births, deaths and mar-
riages 1 75

C. P. Bowles, recording invoice, bonds, postage

and sundries 9. 75

Helen J. Young, Town Clerk, for settling time till

March election 1924 3 38

INVENTORY OF APRIL 1924

Improved and unimproved landed buildings $179,723 00
74 horses ^ 7,625 00

3 mules 215 00

108 cows 4,025 00



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390 00


21 neat stock






690 O'O


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35 00


4 vehicles






200 00


2 gas engines






200 00


2 mills






4,500 00


J lock






150 00


Stock in trade






7,050 00


Lumber






3,350 00


Total value


$208,053 00


Resident Tax






5,201 33


75 polls






375 00


Total tax committed to collector


$5,576 36


Tax rate $2.50 for


$100


valuation





TREASURER'S REPORT

Receipts

Balance on hand February 1, 1924

Town Clerk, auto taxes

Town Clerk, dog- license money

F. H. Bowles, bount}^ money

Town Clerk, filing money

Dept. State Treasurer

Geo. S. Judd, Collector



Total $10,217 41

Expenditures

52 orders paid $ 5,464 30

Cash on hand February 1, 1925 4,753 11

Total $10,217 41



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HIGHWAYS

C. N. Jiidd, Road Agent

Labor on Town Road
C. -N. Judd, December 1933. self and team 3>^

hours $ 1 80

C. N. Judd, January 1924, self and team 3 hours 3 16-

C. N. Judd, February, self 3 hours 117

C. N. Judd, February, self and team, 11 hours 7 93

C. N. Judd, March ly^ hours 59

F. H. Bowles, February 8 hours 3 66

C. L. Thayer, January 3 hours 1 00

S. F. Whitcomb, February 3 33



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Total $30 63

Labor on State Highway 1923

C. N. Judd. Deceml:er, self and team 3 hours
C. N. Judd. December 4 hours
C. L. Tha^^er, December 6 hours

Total $5 00

W. A. Judd, Road Agent

Town Road

Labor from April 8 to May 21

W. A. Judd, 7 days $ 34 50

E. S. Leighton and team, 4 days, 3^ hours 34 75
C. N. Judd, 3 days, 3 hours 9 69
Ion Whitcomb and team, 3 days 13 00

F. H. Bowles and team, 3^^ hours 3 35
Chas. Caldwell and team, 6^ days 38 00
Stanley Darvid, 3 days 9 00
Maynard Clark, 6 days • 18 00
C. L. Thayer, 6 days 18 00
C. A^. Young-, man 3^ days and team 33/4 days 19 50
S. F. Whitcomb, 6 hours 3 00



Labor from May 21 to July 1

W. A. Judd, 7 days, 2 hours

C. N. Judd, 5 days, 7 hours

Ion Whitcomb and team, 2 days, 7^ hours

Joe Melick, 5 days, 7 hours

Chas. Caldwell and team

Maynard Clark, 1 day

C. L. Thayer, 3 days, 2JA hours

Total

Labor from July 1 to November 29

W. A. Judd, 20 Vs days and team 1 day

Stanley Darvid, 4 days

Ion Whitcomb and team, 10 days

C. N. Judd, 4 days and team ^ day

E. S. Leighton, 1^/2 hours

Joe Melick, 3 days

Johnsky and team, j/2 da.j

W. A. Judd, paid for spikes, pick handles and

sharpening picks
Richard Melcher, 7 loads gravel
E. S. Leighton. 23 loads gravel
A. C. Pease, 145 loads gravel .

Clayton Dockham, 13 loads gravel
C. A. Young, 49 loads gravel
Stanley Darvid. 17 loads gravel
C. A. Young, bridge plank
Parker & Young Co., bridge plank

Total amount spent by W. A. Judd on

town roads $567 50

W. A. Judd, Agent

1924 STATE AID MAINTENANCE

Labor from April 8 to May 17

W. A. Judd, 7 days $24 50



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Roy Judd, 1 day

C. N. Judd 4 days

Maynard Clark, 672 days

Stanley Darvid, 6 days

E. S. Leighton and team, 7 days

Ion Whitcomb and team, 5 days

C. L. Thayer, 8 days

O. W. Noyes. J4 day

O. L. Bowles, 14 day

Chas. Caldwell and team, 7^ days

S. F. Whitcomb, 2 days

Labor from May 17 to July 25

W. A. Judd, 14 days, 2 hours

C. N. Judd, 8 days, 2 hours

C. L. Thayer, 7 days, 6}^ hours

E. S. Leighton and team, 7 days

Joe Melick, 12 days, 6^ hours

Ion Whitcomb and team, 13 days, 2 hours

Ion Whitcomb. 1 day

Maynard Clark, 7 days

Labor from July 25 to November 29

W. A. Judd, 11 days, 2 hours
Ion Whitcomb and team, 7 days
C. N. Judd, 7 days
Stanley Darvid, 2 days
John Johnsky and team, 1 day
Lyle Brown, 323 loads of gravel
Richard Melcher, 58 loads of gravel
Joe Sherburn, 44 loads of gravel
Clayton Dockburn, 17 loads of gravel



Total amount spent by W. A. Judd on

State Maintenance $686 07



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Tilden Day, Road Agent

Labor on Town Road from January 5 to June 28

Tilden Day and team, 6 days
Edwin Bowles and team, 1^ da3'^s
Ben Bowles, 1^-2 days
Stanley Darvid, 3^A days
Albert Judd. 1^/2 days
C. W. Morse, ^ day

Labor from June 28 to October 14

Tilden Day and team, 6 days
Roy Judd, 1 day
Herbert Eastman, 4 days
Stanle}' Darvid, 1 day

Total amount spent on town roads by

Tilden Day $126 00

Tilden Day, Agent

1924 STATE AID MAINTENANCE
Labor from May to June 28
Tilden Day and team, 12 days
Claude Davis, 8 days
Edwin Bowles and team, 8^/2 days
Albert Judd, S>^ days
Ben Bowles, 4>4 days
Stanley Darvid, 4^ days

Labor in October
Tilden Day and team, 14 days
Herbert Eastman, 10 days
Stanley Darvid, 8 days
Bishop and Young, 8 bags cement
Champlain Realty Co., 104 loads gravel

Total amount spent by Tilden Day on

State Maintenance $361



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r JOINT FUND ACCOUNT

S. F. Whitcomb, Foreman
Total amount expended $'''06 60

MISCELLANEOUS

Berger Manufacturing Co., for culverts $ 77 62

S. F. Whitcomb, work in cemetery 15 00
S. F. Whitcomb, installing culvert on Wildwood

road W 00

Edson C. Eastman, for tax book 3 25

W. J. Randolph, for land transfers 1 34

C. M. Dockham, bounty on wild cat 20 00

Albert Judd, bounty on wild cat 20 00

Geo. Farrand, special poll tax 104 00

F. H. Foster, County Treasurer, county tax 445 63

Association of N. FL, assessors 2 00
Grafton County Publishing Co., printing town

reports 27 50

Geo. Farrand, state tax for 23 and 24 419 19

School orders 1,592 31
Tax paid for land bid off by town, on ''The

John Atwood Heirs of Land" 20 84

LIBRARY REPORT

The Town Library is still making itself useful to
the people. We added in 1924, 22 volumes by purchase,
making the total 1,070. Our small appropriation is all
used for books. Since Katherine L. BoAvles' death hei
son, Cecil P. Bowles, has taken care of the Library.





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