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ANNUAL REPORTS f



OF THE



.ELECTMEN, TREASURER, I



Road Ageinits amid Board of Edecatnon |

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TOWN OF LEE, I



FOR THE



YEAR ENDING FEBRUARY J 5, J 899. !



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FOSTER'S DEMOCRAT JOB PRINT. i

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ANNUAL REPORTS



OF THE



'ELECTMEN, TREASURER,

Road Ageots aumd Board of Edancatton



OP THE



TOWN OF LEE,



FOR THE



YEAR ENDING FEBRUARY 15, 1899.



DOVER, N. H. :

FOSTER'S DEMOCRAT JOB PRINT.

1899.



TOWN OFFICERS.



selectmen.

Louis H. Snell,

Arthur J. Thompson,

John W. Webb.



town clerk.
Daniel E. Plummer.



treasurer.
Guy a. Glidden.



collector of taxes.
Daniel E. Plummer,



supervisors.
Herbert E. Thompson,

Ben F. Davis,
William H. Thompson.



road agents.

Harold E. York,

Charles B. Edgerly,

Edmund F. Layn.



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auditors.

J. True Bartlett,

Charles H. Miller.



SELECTMEN'S ACCOUNT

For the Year Ending February 15, 1899.



Resident valuation $244,120 00

Non-resident valuation 36,638 00

Total $280,758 00

Tax on one hundred dollars $1 25

Tax assessed for all purposes $3,509 47

APPROPRIATED AS FOLLOWS.

County tax $1,125 85

State tax • 684 25

School tax 805 00

Library 48 30

Highways 701 89

General expenses 5 00

Overlay 139 18

Amount of Collector's list $3,509 47

SCHOOL MONEY.

School tax $805 00

Literary fund 51 46

Dog tax unexpended, 1897 95 60

$952 06
BRIDGES.

B. E. Layne, bridge plank, E.F.L. $9 72

C. B. Edgerly, labor and lumber. 59 76

$69 48



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HIGHWAYS.

Road Agents, 1897.

W. E. Demeritt, breaking road $21 02

Road Agents, 1898.

C. B. Edgerly $50 00

C. B. Edgerly 100 00

C. B. Edgerly 36 53

H. E. York 100 00

C. B. Edgerly 11 24

E. F. Layn 139 42

H. E. York 130 00

C. B. Edgerly '. 6 74

H. E. York, breaking roads 115 04

C. B. Edgerly, " 75 39

C. B. Edgerly, " '97-8 3 75

E. F. Layn, " 130 47

C. B. Edgerly, " 3 10



$922 70
DAMAGE BY DOGS.

J. S. Jenkins, one sheep killed $3 33

ABATEMENTS.

Joseph G. Twombly, '95, out of State $1 33

F. and G. Gile, '96, taxed by mistake 98

C. H. Tuttle, '96, too poor 1 30

Alexander Clark, '97, out of town 1 52

John Cloutier, '97, out of town 1 52

Frank H. Emereon, '97, paid in Madbury. 1 52



Mrs. J. T. Foss, '97, too poor $ 76

Samuel H. Griffin, '97, out of town 1 52

John W. Ham, '97, out of town 1 52

Emery Taylor, '97, out of town 1 52

Wm. Jones, '97, paid in Newmarket 7 60

Hugh M, Warren, '97, overtaxed 4 12

Walter H. Wellington, '98, overtaxed 3 75

George F. Stimpson, '98, overtaxed 1 25

George E. Chesley, '98, school tax paid in

Durham 14 43

Thomas B. Chesley, '98, school tax paid in

Durham 28

Frank Dearborn, '98, school tax paid in

Durham 7 14

A. L. Comings, '98, school tax paid in

Durham 1 72

Bert P. Thompson, '98, school tax paid in

Newmarket 7 36

John W. Webb, '98, school tax paid in

Newmarket 2 59



SOLDIERS.

Town of Nottingham, supplies for George

Mendum from Jan, 1 to May 7, '98 $19 91

D. E. Plummer, supplies for James Wiggin 52 00

G. C. Kenniston, flagging soldiers' graves . 2 75

D. E. Plummer, supplies for J. H. Currier. 53 83
C. A. Fernald, board of John J. Randall

from Dec. 25, '97, to Feb. 11, '99 118 00



$63 73



$246 49



PAUPERS.

H. O. Judkins, extra work in caring for and

attending funeral of Mrs. J. T. Foss. . . $14 00
Dr. H. W. Robinson, medical attendance

C. H. Tuttle 16 70

A. J. Thompson, feeding and lodging eight

tramps 4 00

Dr. S. H. Greene, medical attendance, Mrs.

J. T. Foss 6 00

A. M. Snell, digging grave for Mrs. J. T.

Foss 2 00

T. G. Davis, lodging six tramps 3 00

C. A. Fernald, board of Geo. W. Randall

from Dec. 25, '97, to Feb. 11, '99 88 50



$134 20



COUNTY BILLS.



James M. Wiggin, board of John G. Wilson from

Feb, 15, '98, to March 4, '99 $81 43

GENERAL EXPENSES.

W. H. Lee, gate keeper, fall election, '98. . $2 00

G. A. Dudley, supervisor, '97-8 8 00

G. J. Foster & Co., printing town reports,

'97 33 00

H. E. Thompson, supervisor, '97-8 6 00

H. E. York, gate keeper, fall election, '98. 2 00

D. E. Plummer, town clerk, '98 20 00

D. E. Plummer, tax collector, '98 . . • 40 00

Elizabeth I. Stearns, librarian, '98 25 00

L. S. Fernald, moderator, '96-8 5 00

A. J. Thompson, selectman, '98 32 00



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J..W. Webb, selectman, '98 $32 00

L. H. Snell, selectman, '98 32 00

J. M. Noble, election inspector, '98 2 00

H. E. Jenkins, election inspector, '98 2 00

I. D. Edgerly, election inspector, '98 2 00

Guy A. Glidden, treasurer, '98 20 00



$263 00



niSCELLANEOUS BILLS.



I. D. Edgerly, use of water power while
building abutments at Wadley's bridge,

order dated Feb. 26, '98 $25 00

G. E. Hill, extra service as selectman, '97,

order dated Feb. 19, '98 2 00

G. W. Plummer, dinners furnished select-
men, '96-7 2 50

T.G. Davis, dinners furnished selectmen, '97 1 00
George W. Tibbetts, repairs for road ma-
chine 9 00

E. C. Eastman, warrants and blank books. 5 20
E. E. Davis, taking horse from river and

burying same 4 00

J. P. Melzer, jury notice blanks 70

Dame Bros., lumber for library shelves ... 1 04

D. E. Plummer, burial permits 3 00

L. H. Snell, time with commissioners 3 00

C. W. Hayes, surveying line between Lee

and Barrington 2 50

J. H. Griffin, stove for library 8 50

A. J. Thompson, extra services as selectman 2 00

L. H. Snell, extra services as selectman. . . 3 00

D. E. Plummer, stationery and postage ... 2 00



10

D. E. Plummer, making record of births,

marriages and deaths for town reports . . $4 05

L. G. Wilson, housing road machine 5 00

G. F. Stevens, putting shelves up in library 2 50

D. E. Plummer, making record of births,
marriages and deaths for Secretary of

State 4 05

L. H. Snell, expense to Concord to settle

State tax 4 00

B. F. Lang, interest o^ note 24 00

C. B. Edgerly, hauling road machine 2 35

Lulu B. Plummer, dinners furnished election

officers, fall election, '98 4 00

Dame Bros., wood for library 2 75



S127 14
LIBRARY.

D. E. Plummer, library appropriation, '98 S48 80

SCHOOL BILLS.

Ellery D. Jenkins, salary, '97 $20 00

W. H. Thompson, clerk, '96-7 4 50

B. F. Davis, salary, '97 20 00

L. S. Fernald, salary, '98 20 00

B. F. Davis, school supplies, '98 22 75

L.H. Snell, enumerating school children, '98 5 00



$92 25
SCHOOL HONEY.

B. F. Davis, treasurer school board $952 06



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RECAPITULATION.

Bridges $69 48

Highways 922 70

Damage by dogs 3 33

Abatements 63 73

Soldiers 246 49

Paupers 134 20

County bills 81 43

General expenses 263 00

Miscellaneous bills 127 14

Library 48 30

School bills 92 25

School money 952 06

Amount of orders drawn $3004 1 1

Louis H. Snell, 1 o 1 J.

. ' f Selectmen

Arthur J. Thompson, y ^ j

John W. Webb, )



TREASURER'S REPORT

For the Year Ending February 15, 1899.



Amount in treasury Feb. 15, '98 S425 30

Received of D. E. Plummer, list of '97. . 800 00
D. E. Plummer, list of '98. . 2,734 51

D. E. Plummer, dog licenses 99 00

State, railroad tax 406 98

State, savings bank tax. . . . 694 15

State, literary fund 44 40

County, by L. S. Fernald . . 38 14

County, by L. H. Snell 78 00

D. E. Plummer, use of ball,

'97 2 00

D. E. Plummer, use of hall,

'98 50



EXPENDITURES.

Paid orders drawn by selectmen $3,032 11

State tax 684 25

County tax 1,125 85

Cash on hand Feb. 15, '99 480 77



$5,322 98



$5,322 98



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Statement of Assets and Liabilities peb. 15, 1899.



ASSETS.



Due from general government $739 00

Due from D. E. Plummer, list of 98 775 00

Cash in treasury, Feb. 15, '99 480 77

Cash in treasury, sale of old school house 78 25



1,073 02



LIABILITIES.



Jennie D. Learnard, note and interest. .$1,115 10
Benjamin F. Lang, note and interest . . . 609 33
Due school house tax remittance 78 64



$1,803 07



Settled the foregoing account as stated above.

Gut a. Glidden,



Treasurer.



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
C. H. Miller,



' > Auditors.



ROAD AGENTS^ REPORTS.



H. E. YORK IN ACCOUNT WITH THE TOWN OF LEE AS ROAD AGENT.
1898.

Sept. 12. Received of the town SlOO 00

PAID FOR LABOR ON HIGHWAY.

Sept. 16. John H. Currier $20 00

J.M.Lee 4 86

C. L. Fernald 2 25

W. W. Jones 75

E. M. Dalton 1 50

John Cook. 4 05

B. C. Davis 2 25

W. H. Lee 9 00

G.F.Stevens 2 55

F. C. York 2 85

J. F. Cammon 3 55

H. E. Jenkins 9 78

H.E.York 36 61

$100 00
1899.
Jan. 8. Received of the town $130 00

PAID FOR LABOR ON HIGHWAY.

Jan. 14. W.S.Burleigh $4 10

John H. Currier 1 00

John W.Webb 3 50

B.P.Thompson 5 50



15

Jan. 14. D.W.Burleigh S3 23

J. F. Gammon 2 70

W. H. Wellington 1 50

Frank McDaniel 1 50

E. Bartlett 8 13

H. E. Thompson 5 00

Ralph Burleigh 75

Chesley Bros , 2 00

Geo. E. Dame, gravel 1 10

F. B. York, team 31 38

B. T. Stevens, gravel 2 90

J. E. Jenkins 6 26

J. S. Jenkins 15 35

W. D. Smith 3 68

C. B. Edgerly 9 32

C. A. Pendergast 2 10

H. E. York 19 00

$230 00
Feb. 15. Received of the town $115 04

PAID FOR BREAKING ROADS.

Feb. 18. John S. Jenkins $9 05

J.E.Jenkins 8 43

H. E. Thompson 2 40

H. E. Jenkins 2 55

L. W. Dalton 3 15

E. M. Dalton 3 50

W. b. Smith 4 20

F. C. York 1 80

F.B.York 3 93

W. H. Lee 60



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Feb. 18. J.M.Lee $ 60

James McDaniel 5 50

H. E. York 7 60

Guy W. Diirell 4 00

B.P.Thompson 6 40

John W.Webb 2 70

Frank McDaniel 2 33

John H. Currier 2 10

J. F. Gammon 1 05

W.S.Burleigh 3 60

Dame Bros 24 30

E. L. Moore 5 50

Almoc Thompson 90

Wm. Ryan 1 05

G. y. Durgin 90

C.H.Miller 6 60

Chas. Fernald 30

$115 04

Whole amount received of the town $345 04

Whole amount paid out 345 04

H. E. York,

Road Agent.



C. B. EDftERLT IN ACCOUNT WITH TOWN OF LEE AS ROAD AGENT.
1898.

April 9. Received from the town $50 00

11. Paid Ira B. Moore & Co., drain

pipe $9 53

14. Frank Stevens 55

C. B. Edgerly 26 31



17

Apr. 19. John McClary SI 13

23. John Cook 12 98

For sharpening drills 50

$51 00

April 30. Received from the town $100 00

May 2. Paid Joe Cook $6 15

Curtis Stimson 2 06

J. W. Gate 15 05

6. J. True Bartlett 1 1 60

Seth Tebbetts 6 90

John Conlon 4 65

Walter Thurston 10 85

7. G. A. Glidden 3 50

B. C. Davis 4 65

9. Edwin M. Smart 100

B. C. Davis 3 15

22. C. B. Edgerly 36 53

$106 09

Nov. 22. Received from the town $36 53

26. Paid Bert White $3 30

B. F. Lang 75

Dec. 6. B.C.Davis 6 75

Joe Cook 135

Joshua Cook 150

John Conlon 1 50

10. B.F.Davis 3 85

$19 00

Dec. 31. Received from the town $11 24

Paid C. B. Edgerly $25 15

I. D. Edgerly 2 00

Dan Coffin 1 27

$28 42



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181)9.

Feb. 1 1. Received from the town $6 74

Amount received from the town $204 51

Amount paid out 204 51

BRIDGES.

1898.

Oct. 12. Paid Ezra Kenerson, Jr. i $1 95

15. Seth Tebbetts 1.50

Nov. 26. Bert White 3 75

Dec. 31. I. D. Edgerly 25 40

C. B. Edgerly 14 00

John Cook 2 25

Joe Cook 75

Green Kenniston 10 16

$59 76
Dec 31. Received from the town $59 76

BREAKING ROADS, 1897-8.

Paid A. W. Davis $1 50

W. J. Thurston 2 25

$3 75
Received from the town $3 75

BREAKING ROADS, 1898-9.

Paid G. W. Warren, Jr $3 00

Joshua Cook 2 30

John Noble 1 95

W. O. Thompson 45

G. A. Glidden 6 78



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Paid J. W. Gate Si 40

John Conlon 1 84

Bert White 37

Daniel Coffin 4 13

B. F. Davis 3 50

Geo. A. Harvey 165

A. W. Davis 150

G. C. Keniston 8 07

Amos Piper 3 70

W. J. Thurston 1 50

Arthur J. Thompson 8 25

J. True Bartlett 5 38

Joe King 45

Frank Mitchell 1 65

H. P. Haley 2 25

W. A. Plumer 3 32

Perry L. Harvey 1 65

W. H. Palmer 90

B. F. Lang 1 35

C. B. Pklgerly 11 15

878 49

Received from the town $78 49

C. B. Edgerlt,

Road Agent.



EDMUND F. LAYN IN ACCOUNT WITH THE TOWN OF LEE AS ROAD

AGENT.
HIGHWAY ACCOUNT.



1898.

Paid H. B. Snell ,
M. N. Lane.



64 65
5 25



20

Paid A. M. Snell $2 32

W. S. Caldwell 5 00

James Buzzell 90

C. H, Jones 75

John W. Hill 13 50

Horace G. Hill 6 45

S. W. Sherburne 7 00

L. H. Snell 3 50

Charles Davis 3 15

I. G. Sherburne 3 00

Edmund F. Layn 50 60

Willie S. Layn 29 35

Chas. B. Edgerly 4 00

$139 42
Dec. 31. Received from the town $139 42

SNOW BILLS.

Paid Frank D. Randall $3 00

Alvin A. Hodgdon 2 10

James M. Wiggin 4 65

Willie S. Layn 7 65

Edmund F. Layn 15 00

Geo. E. Cole 2 55

Frank I. Caldwell 3 86

Arthur F. Tibbetts 6 30

Charles H. Jones 3 07

John Bishop 2 33

W. N. Colomy 3 60

Chas. B. Caverno 1 95

Wm. Hines 1 10

Geo. W. Pinkham 3 52

J. M. Garrity 2 77



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Paid M. N. Lane S2 78

Isaac G. Sherburne ,5 64

Sydney McKay 3 07

A. E. Langmaid 7 85

Job Clay 9 32

Job Clay 1 80

Frank Pinkham ] 20

Frank Pinkham 82

James Buzzell 75

Walter Jones 120

Chas. E. Langley 9 07

B. E. Lane 8 25

L. D. Manville 1 80

Geo. D. Stimpson 3 37

G. P. Upton 1 20

Horace G. Hill 2 40

Geo. W. Pinkham 1 40

L. H. Snell 5 10

$130 47
1899.
Feb. 15. Received from the town $130 47

Edmund F. Layn,

Road Agent.



OF THE

BOARD OF EDUCATION

For the Year Ending Sept. 1, 1898.



Your Schocil Board is pleased to report that there has been
unanimity of work and interest throughout the school ^^ear.

Our schools are decreasing in numbers, and pupils are leav-
ing for higher schools at an earlier age. It is ver}'^ much
more difficult to get a teacher for young scholars who will do
satisfactory work by keeping them interested and busy.

We have been particularly interested in what is sometimes
sluringly termed "mud pie work in school." The best com-
mencing class in primary geography, we have ever known, did
this kind of work before they were old enough to use a text-book
on geography. The same is true of arithmetic and most es-
pecially applicable [to grammar. As soon as the child can
write, give them some object and let them write all they can
about it ; then their work is carefully criticised and their
power of observation strengthened b}' calling their attention
to different things about the object they have not noticed.
This will give them a lesson in writing, spelling and correct
use of language all at the same time, and keep them busy when
they have nothing else to do; a busy scholar will not have
any time for mischief.



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We have made it a special point to encourage this kind of
work as much as possible. We employ only teachers who are
also competent for advanced work. We strongly recommend
those who intend to go to a higher school to find out what is
required for entrance and then to arrange their studies in ac-
cordance so far as possible. Do not expect a result at all
satisfactory unless sufficient work is done to accomplish the
attainment sought for.



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ROLL OF PERFECT ATTENDANCE.



North Lee — First Term. — Edna Fernald, Bernice Stearns,
Nellie Rowe, Frank Wiggin, John Wetherell.

Second Term. — John Wetherell.

Third Term. — Cora James, Sylvia Pinkhani, Nellie Rowe,
Bernice Stearns, Goldia Stimpson, Harold Caldwell, Carl
Fernald, Harold Fernald, Willis Fernald, Frank Wiggin.

Center — First Term. — Edna G. Smith, Albert Dudley,
Wilber Burleigh.

Third Term. — Evelyn Burleigh, Ethel Ellison, Edna Smith,
Willie Rollins, Sargent Smith.

South Lee — First Term. — James Condon.

Second Term. — Chester Harmon, Walter Plumer, Benjamin
Lang.

Third Term. — Helen Thompson, Josephine Thompson.

Ben F. Davis, ) School Board
L. S, Fernald, j of Lee.



REPORT OF TREASURER

OF THE

LEE SCHOOL DISTRICT FOR THE YEAR ENDING
FEBRUARY 15, 1899.



RECEIPTS.

Balance in treasury from '98 $171 06

Received of town treasurer 'amount of

school money for the year '98 952 06



EXPENDITURES.

NORTH SCHOOL.

June 24. Edith B. Kelsey $99 00

Nov. 18. Mabelle A. Hall 96 00

Feb. 2. Mabelle A. Hall 80 00

15. I. G. Sherburne, wood 15 19



SOUTH SCHOOL.

.Tune 24. Margaret B. Hamilton $99 00

Nov. 18. Margaret B. Hamilton 120 00



,123 12



$290 19



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Feb. Edith B. Kelsey 8100

Washing walls of school house 1 50

Twenty-five lbs. white lead .... 1 25

One gal. boiled oil 48

Soapine 10

One lb. glue 20

One day painting 1 50

Flag rope and snaps 50

Stove funnel 76

B. F. Davis, wood 14 50

Pail 25



CENTER SCHOOL.

June 24. Susie M. Sanborn $77 00

Nov. 18. Carrie B. Bartlett 84 00

Feb. 11. Carrie B. Bartlett 70 00

15. Joseph E. Jenkins, wood 13 87

Pail, glass and putty 37



Paid tuition, Joseph Sawyer, '97 15 00

Enumeration cards and school notices 76



$321 04



$245 24



$15 76

Amount paid out $872 23

Amount in treasury 250 89

Ben F. Davis,

Treasurer.



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SCHOOL SUPPLIES.

Received of town treasurer $22 75

Paid Edw. E. Babb & Co $15 76

Edw. E. Babb & Co 4 57

Ten boxes of chalk 80

Pencils and pens 12

Express 1 50



$22 75
Ben F. Davis,

Treasurer.



The undersigned, auditor of the school district of Lee, has
examined the foregoing accounts and find them correctlj- cast
with corresponding vouchers.

Isaiah D. Edgerly,

Auditor.



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