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ANNUAL REPORTS



OF THE



■ELECTMEN, TREASURER,



Board of EdiacatSon ainid Road Agents



OF THE



TOWN OF LEE,



FOR THE



YEAR ENDING FEBRUARY 15, 1897.



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DOVER, N. H. :

FOSTER'S dp:mocrat job print.

1897.



ANNUAL REPORTS



OF THE



ELECTMEN, TREASURER,

Board off EdMcatlon aed Road Agents



OF THE



TOWN OF LEE,



FOR THE



YEAR ENDING FEBRUARY 15, 1897.



DOVER, N. H. :

FOSTER'S DEMOCRAT JOB PRINT.

1897.



TOWN OFFICERS.



SELECTMEN.
LoREN S. Fernald,
George E. Hill,
David S. Bennett.



TOWN CLERK.
Daniel E. Plummer.



TREASURER.
Guy a. Glidden.



SUPERVISORS.
George A. Dudley,
Amos E. Piper,
Herbert E. Thompson.



ROAD AGENTS.
Isaac G. Sherburn,
Ge(jrge a. Dudley,
Guy a. Glidden.



4
SCHOOL BOARD.
Joseph E. Jenkins,
Leonard I. DeMerritte,
Ben F. Davis.



AUDITORS.
Geo. E. Chesley,
J. True Bartlett.



AUDITOR SCHOOL ACCOUNT.
I. D. Edgerly.



SELECTMEN'S ACCOUNTS

FOR THE YEAR ENDING FEBRUARY 15, 1897.



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Resident valuation , $262,690 00

Non-resident valuation. 30,790 50



$293,480 00

Tax on one hundred dollars Si. 30

Road tax $733 95

Tax for all other purposes 3,049 54

APPROPRIATED AS FOLLOWS :

County tax, $1,310 15

State tax 805 00

School tax 805 00

Road tax ...'.. 733 95

Public library 48 30

Overlay 81 09

Amount of collector's list $3,783 49

SCHOOL MONEY.

School tax ...... . $805 00

Literary fund 89 88

Dog tax unexpended, 1 895 36 80



11 68



6

BRIDGES.

A. E. Piper, labor on Allen bridge, 1891 $3 inr

F. L. Allen, labor on Wadley's tem-
porary bridge S7 95

C. H. Allen, labor on Wadley's

temporary bridge 10 75

James H. Currier, labor on Wad-
ley's temporary bridge . - • 2 25

C. B. Edgerly, labor on Wadley's

temporary bridge 18 63

B. F. Lang, 5 stringers on Wadley's
temporary bridge 80 00

Wm. W. Currier, labor on Wadley's

temporary bridge 195

John H. Currier, labor on Wadley's

temporary bridge 150

John S. Jenkins, labor on Wadley's

temporary bridge 7 00

J. True Bartlett, labor on Wadley's

temporary bridge 10 00

$140 03

NEW BRIDGE.

Joseph S. Abbott, abutments $1 ,000 1 4

Berlin Iron Bridge Co., new bridge. 800 00
Berlin Iron Bridge Co., raising

bridge 8 10

Geo. W. Plummer, spikes 1 70

Dame Bros., 5363 feet plank 85 81

Dame Bros., 2138 feet timber 32 07

Guy A Glidden, time and expense to

Dover and Exeter 3 00



7

tj-uy A. Glidden, time and expense

to Newmarket and Epping $2 00

Guy A. Glidden, paid Mr. Cutting,

specifications 2 00

Guy A. Glidden, paid printing spec-
ifications 1 00

Guy A. Glidden, paid advertising., I 89

Guy A. Glidden, six days labor on

bridge "9 00

Guy A. Glidden, sawing 3000 feet

lumber 6 00



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GRADING AT WADLEY S BRIDGE.

Guy A. Glidden and team, 15 days,
2 hours

Guy A. Glidden, use of plow

Guy A. Glidden, paid F. P. Kener-
son

Guy A. Glidden, paid J as. Coulon.

Guy A. Glidden, paid Wm. Currier

Guy A. Glidden, paid George De-

Meritte 1 80

Guy A. Glidden, paid Henry F.

Small 5 40

Guy A. Glidden, paid John Conlon 1 80

Guy A. Glidden, paid John H. Cur-
rier 2 93

Guy A. Glidden, paid John M. No-
ble 14 40

Guy A. Glidden, paid S. D. Cass. . 14 40

Guy A. Glidden, paid Geo. Sewell. 5 40



$1,952 71



8

Guy A. Glidden, paid H. M. Glid-

den $18 60

Guy A. Glidden, paid John Cook. . 2 25

Guy A. Glidden, paid Joseph Cook 1 65

Guy A. Glidden, paid I. D. Edgerly 42 35



!21 48



Dame Bros., one stringer, Durgin

bridge 6 00

G. C. Keniston, 1030 feet plank,

Harvey bridge 16 9i>

I. G. Sherburn, stringers and cul-
vert stone 13 60



t,354 51



ROAD AGENTS, 1895.

I. G. Sherburn, snow bill, 1895... $14 55

Bert P. Thompson, road tax, 1894. 7 15

C. H. Allen, road tax, 1895 27 40

H. E. Jenkins, road tax, 1895 34 17



ROAD AGENTS, 1896.

I. G. Sherburn, road tax $100 00

I. G. Sherburn, road tax 77 56

I. G. Sherburn, road tax, snow. ... 43 87

Guy A. Glidden, road tax 125 00

Guy A. Glidden, road tax 73 42

Guy A. Glidden, road tax 13 00

George A. Dudley, road tax 200 00

George A. Dudley, road tax 36 86



$83 27



$669 71



9

ABATEMENTS.

George W. Mendum, soldier, 1894. $1 38

Charles Andrews, out of State, 1894 1 33

George W. Bettes, out of State, 1894 1 33
Edward Copeland, out of Town,

1894 3 45

James B. Rollins, paid in Notting-
ham, 1894 1 33

Willis J. Comings, paid in North-
wood, 1895 12 54

John T. Foss, heirs too poor, 1895. 66

Pat. Gillins, insane, 1895 1 33

Charles A. Pendergast, not old

enough, 1895 1 33

Wm. Godbout, out of Town, 1895. 1 33

Jas. C. Johnson, out of State, 1895 1 33

George Mendum, soldier, 1895 .... 1 33

Charles A. Fernald, soldier, 1896. . 1 30
Samuel True heirs, tax, H. M. Glid-

den, 1896 7 80

A. C. Harris, overtax, 1896 2 60

George Mendum, soldier, 1893 1 33

DAMAGE BY DOGS.



SOLDIERS AND PAUPERS.

James M. Wiggins, soldier, goods. $26 00

Job Clay, soldier, goods 52 00



$41 70



C. E. Thompson, 1 sheep killed $2 50

John G. Hobbs, 2 sheep killed 5 00

Joseph E. Jenkins, 1 sheep killed 2 27



$9 77



10

Job Clay, soldier, Dr. Muclgett. . ..

James Currier, soldier, goods

James Currier, soldier, goods

John J. Randall, soldier, 52 weeks
board



PAUPERS.

Mrs. John T. Foss, goods furnished
Geo. W. Randall, board 52 weeks .

Patrick Gillins, insane

B. F. Lang, keeping two tramps.. .
L. S. Fernald, keeping two tramps.

Geo. E. Hill, keeping 1 tramp

Jerry Knight, pauper, Dr. S. H.

Greene

Jerry Knight, pauper, Mrs. I. D.

Edgerly '



$20 00
6 55
1 19

104 00



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$209 74



$331 69



$541 43



SCHOOL TAX.



Joseph E. Jenkins $215 00

Joseph E. Jenkins 270 00

Joseph E. Jenkins 446 68



SCHOOL BILLS.

Joseph E. Jenkins, salary, 1895

Joseph E. Jenkins, school supplies . . .
Joseph E. Jenkins, school supplies . . .
Joseph E. Jenkins, school supplies . . .



$931 68

$20 00

3 35

6 02

32 98



11

Joseph E. Jenkins, paid A. L. Mellows, advice.

Joseph E. Jenkins, paid school order book. .. .

Joseph E. Jenkins, paid F. Tompkins, record-
ing

Joseph E. Jenkins, paid N. L. Gerrish, sur-
veying

Ben F. Davis, salary, 1895

Ben F. Davis, salary, treasurer

L. S. Fernald, enumerating school children. ...

L. I. DeMerritte, salary, 1896



$1 00
52

75



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.16 62



BOUNTY ON HAWKS.

L. S. Fernald, paid bounty on 30 hawks. .

GENERAL EXPENSES.

Printing town reports, 1896

A. E. Piper, police, fall election, 1894. ...
"W. H. Lee, police, fall election, 1896 ....
John S. Jenkins, health officer, 1895 ... .

H. M. Glidden, moderator, '95-'96

Lizzie I. Stearns, librarian, 1896

D. E. Plummer, tax collector, 1896

D. E. Plummer, town clerk, 1896

Geo. E. Hill, selectman, 1896

M. N. Lane, ballot clerk, 1896

David S. Bennett, selectman, 1896

Wm. S. Caldwell, supervisor, '95-'96

Bert P. Thompson, supervisor, '95-'96. . . .

Guy A. Glidden, treasurer, 1896

L. S. Fernald, selectman, 1896



$7 50



$33 00

1 50

2 00
2 00
2 00

25 00

40 00

20 00

32 00

2 00

32 00

6 00

8 00

20 00

32 00



12

L. S. Fernald, time and expense to Concord to

settle State tax So 00

L. S. Fernald, selectmen, out of town 8 00



$270 50
MISCELLANEOUS BILLS.

D. E. Plummer, wood bill 3 00

" " stationery 2 00

" " returning marriages, births and

deaths to State 3 00

D. E. Plummer, burial permits 3 00

" " making record of marriages,

births and deaths for town report 3 00

D. E. Plummer, paid Walter O. Shute for use
of boat to carry mail at Wadley's, time of
flood

D. E. Plummer, paid express

" " paid P. Connor, for land

" " paid for making deed

" " paid for recording deed

George W. Parker, damage to carriage and har-
ness, caused by defective culvert

E. C. Eastman, dog license blanks

H. M. Glidden, driving through field

Mrs. A. G. Davis, dinners for selectmen, 1895
Dr. C. A. Morse, returning birth and death, 1896
John S. Jenkins, taking town reports to print

and returning same

D. E. Plummer, library appropriation

Mrs. T. G. Davis, dinners, fall election, 1896.
Mrs, T. G. Davis, dinners for selectmen, 1896

$102 93



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RECAPITULATION.

Bridges $2,354 51

Road tax, 1895 83 27

Road tax, 1896 669 71

Abatements 41 70

Damage by dogs 9 77

Soldiers and paupers 541 43

School bills 116 62

School tax 931 68

Bounty on hawks 7 50

General expenses 270 50

Miscellaneous bills 102 93



Orders drawn by the Selectmen $5,129 62



We, the undersigned Auditors of the town of Lee, have
examined the foregoing accounts, and find them correctly
cast with corresponding vouchers.

J. True Bartlett,
G. E. Chesley,

Auditors.



NOTES OUTSTANDING AGAINST THE TOWN.

Jennie D. Learned, given Sept. 5, 1896 $1,000 00

Interest to Feb. 15, 1897 22 22

Benjamin F. Lang, given Sept. 26, 1896 600 00

Interest to Feb. 15, 1897 14 00

Joseph S. Abbott, given Sept. 26, 1896 200 00

Interest to Feb. 15, 1897 4 67

$1,840 89



TREASURER'S REPORT

FOR THE YEAR ENDING FEBRUARY 15, 1897.



Amount in the treasury Feb. 15, 1895 $548 75

Received from D. E. Plummer, list of 1895. . . 739 04

Received from D. E. Plummer, list of 1896 . . . 3,000 49

Received from D. E. Plummer, dog licenses. . . 120 00

Received from D. E. Plummer, rent of hall. ... 4 00

State railroad tax 397 05

State savings bank tax 708 63

State bounty on hawks 7 50

State literary fund 61 60

Cash from Selectmen 1 ,800 00

$7,387 06
EXPENDITURES.

Paid orders drawn by Selectmen $5,112 67

Paid State tax 805 00

Paid County tax 1,310 15

Cash on hand 159 24

$7,387 06
STATEMENT OF ASSETS AND LIABILITIES.

Due from D. E. Plummer, on list of 1896 $783 00

Cash in treasury 159 24

Due from general government 739 00

$1,681 24



15
LIABILITIES.

Due school house remittance $78 25

Due Benjamin F. Lang, note, interest to Feb.

15,1897 614 22

Due Joseph S. Abbott, note, interest to Feb.

15, 1897 204 67

Due Jennie D. Learned, note, interest to Feb.

15, 1897 1,022 22



$1,919 14

Settled the foregoing as above stated.

Guy a. Glidden,

Treasurer.

L. S. Fernald,
G. E. Hill,

Selectmen of Lee.

We, the undersigned Auditors of the town of Lee, have
examined the above accounts, and find them correctly cast
with corresponding vouchers.

J. True Bartlett,
G. E. Chesley,

Auditors.



REPORT OF TREASURER

OF THE

LEE SCHOOL DISTRICT FOR THE YEAR ENDING
FEBRUARY 15, 1897.

1896. RECEIPTS.

Balance in the treasury $49 82

Received of town treasurer, amount of school

money for the year 1896 931 68

$981 50
1896. EXPENDITURES.

TURNPIKE SCHOOL.

June 20. Hattie L. Fellows $72 00

Dec. 22. Hattie L. Fellows 98 00

1897.

Feb. 15. I. G. Sherburn, 18 feet hard and 18

feet of pine wood, fitted 15 75

Mrs. R. Goddard, cleaning school house win-
dows 1 00

$186 75

1896. CENTER.

June 30. Elizabeth J. Haskins $70 00

Dec. 18, Edna D. Thompson 77 00

Dec. 23. C. B. Weeden, for building fire 1 75



17

1897.

Feb. 15. J. E. Jenkins, 17 feet hard and 15

feet pine wood, fitted $15 19

Padlock and clasp 40

Broom 25

Glass 25

Four staples 14

$164 98

1896. SOUTH LEE.

June 19. J. Stella Holmes $100 00

Nov. 13. J. Stella Holmes 100 00

1897.

Feb. 15. Ben F. Davis, 28 feet hard wood,

fitted 15 00



1897. SCHOOL DISTRICT, NEWMARKET.

Feb. 9. Tuition for Walter Webb, 30 weeks. .
Feb. 9. Tuition for Charles Sawyer, 30 weeks



$215 00

$15 00
15 00

$30 00



Amount paid out $596 73

Amount in treasury 384 77

Amount of school house fund in Strafford Sav-
ings Bank with interest to Sept. 21, 1896. . . 491 46

Joseph E. Jenkins,

Treasurer.



BOOKS AND SCHOOL SUPPLIES.



1896.

Balance in the treasury.



$ 69



18
Received of town treasurer $42 35

$43 04

April 16. Paid A. M. Priest 120

April 27. Werner Book Co 1 68

April 27. American Book Co 2 28

May. 23. A. M. Priest 30

June 1. D. E. Plummer 3.5

June 18. Geo. W. Plummer 40

Aug. 31. Edw. E. Babb & Co 5 72

Sept. 23. American Book Co 48

Sept. 23. Werner Book Co 3 84

Sept. 23. Silver, Burdett & Co ,5 10

Oct. 2. Maynavd, Merrill & Co 16 77

Oct. 6. A. M. Priest 25

Oct. 15. American Book Co 2 02

Nov. 30. D. E. Plummer 35

Dec. 19. Edw. E. Babb & Co 2 40

Dec. 19. L. S. DeMeritte • 35

Express 1 55

$43 04
Joseph E. Jenkins,

Treasurer.

REPAIRS, LAND AND NEW SCHOOL HOUSE.
1896. Dr.

drew from school house fund in strafford savings

BANK.

April 23 $80 00

May 22 100 00

Sept. 21 900 00

$1,080 00



19
1896. Cr.

repairs on turnpike school house.

April 18. Paid G. P. James, for laying 12 1-2

M shingles $12 50

April 18. Paid G. P. James, for boards and

nails 50

April 23. Paid C. L. Jenness, nails 2 57

April 23. Paid Converse & Hammond, 12 1-2

M shingles 40 63

April 23. Paid Lewis I. DeMeritte, hauling

shingles 3 00



SOUTH LEE SCHOOL HOUSE.



$59 20



April 23. Paid J. B. Folsom & Co., lead, oil

and drying $14 75

June 26. Paid Geo. W. Plummer, oil 75

June 26. Paid J. W. Marrison, 1 day, painting 1 50

June 26. Paid Thomas White, 2 days, painting 3 00
June 26. Paid Ben F. Davis, 3 1-2 days,

painting 5 25

June 26. Paid Wm. E. Ryan, 2 days, painting 3 00

June 26. Paid J. H. Griffin, 1 pint drying. . . 20



$28 45
1896.

NEW SCHOOL HOUSE AT THE CENTER.

June 2. Paid C. G. and E. E. Dame for 52

1-2 rods of land $100 00

Sept. 21. Paid Dame Bros, for furnishing ma-
terials building school house, outbuilding and
fence 728 19



20

Sept. 24. Paid J. H. Griffin, 2 dozen clothes

hooks $ 60

Oct. 5. Paid A. Monlton & Co., stove funnel

and zinc 11 82

Oct. 5. Paid W. H. Hockaday, teacher's desk

and 3 chairs 13 75

Nov. 13. Paid Union Seating Co., seats 80 10

Dec. 22. Paid D. Chesley & Co., stone steps. 12 00

June 22. Paid .J. II. Dame, drawing plans ... 5 00

Oct. 10. Paid J. H. Dame, 1 days work .... 2 50

Oct. 12. Paid J. H. Dame, 1-2 days work... 1 25

1897.

Feb. 13. Paid J. H. Dame, 1-2 days work... 1 25

1896.

Sept. 17. Paid Dame Bros., 1 1-2 days work. 2 25

Sept. 30. Paid 4 men and yoke of oxen 1-2
day each, grading and cleaning up around
school house 3 T5

1897.

Feb. 15. Paid Hosea B. Snell, services as

member of Building Committee 5 25

Feb. 15. Paid Amos E. Piper, services as
member of Building Committee and drawing
seats from station to school house 2 00

1896.

June 10. Paid J. E. Jenkins, 1 day at the Hill

and to Packer's Falls school house 1 50

June 15. One day writing specifications 1 50

June 27. One-half day on school house lot and

at the Hill 75

Aug. 31. Car fare to Boston to purchase school

furniture 2 84



21

Sept. 16. One day fitting and setting stone

steps $1 50

Oct. 10. One day fitting school furnitnre .... 1 50

Oct. 12. One-half day fitting school furniture 75

Dec. 12. Two men and yoke of oxen, 3 1-2
hours each, hauling away stones and cleaning

up driveway 1 57

1897.

Feb. 13. Three- fourths day fitting school fur-
niture 1 12

$982 74

Amount paid out Si, 070 39

Amount in hands of treasurer 9 61

Joseph E. Jenkins,

Treasurer.



The undersigned has examined the foregoing accounts
and finds them correctly cast with corresponding vouchers.

Isaiah D. Edgerly,

Auditor of School District.



ROAD AGENTS' REPORTS.



C. H. ALLEN IN ACCOUNT WITH THE TOWN OF LEE, AS ROAD

AGENT.
1895.

Received of the town of Lee $27 40

PAID FOR LABOR ON ROAD.

C. H. Allen $12 00

D. H. Hill 8 50

J. H. Davis 2 10

Curtis P. Stinipson 4 80

$27 40

Amount received of the town $27 40 *

Amount paid out 27 40

C. H. Allen,

Road Agent.

BERT p. THOMPSON IN ACCOUNT WITH THE TOWN OF LEE, A&

ROAD AGENT.
1895.

Received of the town of Lee $7 15

Amount paid out 7 15

HERBERT E. JENKINS IN ACCOUNT WITH THE TOAVN OF LEE»
AS ROAD AGENT.

1896. Paid for Labor on Road.

March 14. Everett M. Dalton $180

" " Albert Durell 1 35



23

March 14. Walter D. Smith $1 95

" " G. E. Chesley 1 20

April 10. F. B. Thompson 102

" " L. R. Thompson 1 54

*' " B.P.Thompson 2 30

" 18. J. E. Jenkins 1 75

'' " E. D. Jenkins 1 12

May 1 . John W. Webb 67

" 4. R.A.Thompson 75

*' 28. Fred B. York 2 25

" 30. Harry Keniston 38

" 30. Cliarles A. Pendergast 25

June •27, John S. Jenkins.. ... . 3 92

*' 27. H.E.Jenkins 1192

Amount paid out $34 17

June 27. Amount received of the town $34

Herbert E. Jenkins,

Road Agent.



17



GUY A. OLIDDKN IN ACCOUNT WITH THE TOWN OF LEE, AS
ROAD AGENT.

1896.

Joseph Gate $13 50

Bradbury C. Davis 10 50

B. F. Davis, for gravel 1 90

Gurtis P. Stimpson 60

Wm. Gurrier 12 00

George D. Smith 8 55

James Griffin 7 50

John Gurrier 10 65

D. H. Hill 3 50



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Wm. A. Plummer $3 60

G. W. Plummer, for spikes 32

A. W. Davis 30

Joseph Cook 1 50

John Cook 75

George Titcomb 4 50

J. True Bartlett 4 00

Henry Small 1 50

Ezra Kenerson 2 00

Ezra Kenerson, for lumber 6 05

C. B. Edgerly 19 75

Harry Smith 3 30

Wm. Palmer 1 50

G. C. Keniston 9 75

Amos E. Piper 60

Wm. B. Tuttle 11 40

H. M. Glidden 3 00

John M. Noble 4 00

Dennis Andrews 75

Walter Thurston 13 10

Guy A. Glidden 38 15

Amount paid out $198 52

Amount received of the town $198 52

Guy a. Glidden,

Road Agent.



G. A. DUDLEY IN ACCOUNT WITH THE TOWN OF LEE, AS ROAD

AGENT.

1896.

June 27. Received of the town of Lee $200 00



25

PAID FOR LABOR ON ROAD.

July 9, D. S. Bennett $6 75

" J. F. Gibbs 1 50

" A. J. Haines 1 50

" B. P. Thompson 10 60

" E. Bartlett - 20 50

•' C.H.Richardson 6 68

" J. C. Bartlett 44 20

" J. S. McDaniel 15 00

" S. C. Griffin 3 00

" G. A. Dudley 35 15

" C. H. Miller 4 00

" W. H. Lee 5 00

" W. D. Smith 1 50

J. H. Griffin, for tiling 16 34

$171 72

1897.

Feb. 15, received of the town of Lee $36 86

PAID FOR LABOR ON ROAD

Feb, 15, G. Y. Durgin

" S. B. Tuttle

*' T. G. Davis

*' J. E. Jenkins

*' E. D. Jenkins

" J. S. Jenkins

" H. E. Jenkins

" G. E. &T. B. Chesley..

" F. R. Dearborn

" B. Bnzzell

" C. L.Fernald

" C. A. Fernald

" G. A. Dudley



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Feb. 15, H. E. Thompson $3 00

" F. B. York 10 34

" F. B. York, snow bill 1 05

" H.E.Thompson, snow bill 2 20

" J. S. Jenkins, snow bill. . 3 30



Amount received of town .
Amount paid out



S65 14

$236 86

236 86



George A. Dudley,

Road Agent.



[. G. SHERBDRN, IN ACCOUNT WITH THE TOWN OF LEE, AS
ROAD AGENT.

Paid for breaking roads, winter, '95 — '96.

J. M. Garrity $ 75

H. B. Snell 30

C. H. Jones 1 95

L. I. DeMeritte 60

W. S. Caldwell 60

I. G. Sherburn 4 05

S. W. Sherburn 120

L. H. Snell 5 10



$14 55
1896.

June 27, received of the town of Lee

PAID FOR LABOR ON ROAD.

r. G. Sherburn $40 00

H. B. Snell ^ 5 44

C. H. Jones 3 30

L. S. Fernald 13 45



$100 00



27

C. E. N. Stackpole $3 00

W. S. Caldwell 14 75

S. E. Demeritt 8 45

Mary A. Hoitt 2 25

J. M. Garrity 2 02

G. F. Stimpson 150

C. Davis 30

C. E. Langley 1 50

B. E. Layne 18 70

A. Jones 2 75

H. G. Hill 4 50

G. E.Hill 3 45

M. N. Lane 1 50

E. F. Lane 9 25

S. W. Sherburn 25 *05

I. G. Sherburn 24 40



77 56



PAID FOR BREAKING ROADS, WINTER, '97.

G. W. Pinkham 2 67

H. P. Clay ] 62

A. E. Langmaid 1 20

Job Clay 1 80

F. I. Wiggin 30

J. Bishop 187

H. Tyler 22

J. M. Garrity 3 30

A. M. Snell 30

C. E. N. Stackpole 30

G. F. Stimpson 1 20

8. W. Sherburn 60

G. E. Hill 1 20



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H. G. Hill

H. B. Snell

C. H. Jones

A. F. Tibbetts

L. S. Fernald

C. F. Ham

L. H. Snell

E. F. Lane

C. E. Langley

I, G. Sherburne

A. Hodffdon



$43 87
1897.
Feb. 15. Reoeived of the town of Lee $135 98

Whole amount received $235 98

Whole amount paid 235 98

I. G. Sherburn,

Road Agent.



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