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26. James Walker's truck and

driver, 9 hrs 10.00

26. Clarence Fernald and t'm,

4 hrs 3.12

26. Cheeney, labor 3 hrs 1.00

26. Eomanzo Davis, labor 9

hrs 3.00

26. Eaymond L. Munroe, la-
bor 9 hrs 3.00

Apr. 2. Albert Dudley's team and

driver, 9 hrs 7.00



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2. Kaymond Muiiroe, labor

9 hrs 3.00

3. Kaymond Munroe and

team, 9 hrs 7.00

3. Charles Mariotti, labor 9

hrs 3.00

3. Eomanzo Davis, labor 4%

hrs 1.50

3. Darius Mariotti, labor, 4

hrs 1.33

3. John Cook, labor 1 hr... .33

3. Albert Dudley's team and

driver, 9 hrs 7.00

4. Raymond L. Munroe and

team, 9 hrs 7.00

4. Albert Dudley's team and

driver, 9 hrs 7.00

4. Darius Mariotti, labor, 9

hrs , 3.00

4. Charles Mariotti, labor, 9

hrs 3.00

4. Herman Keniston, labor 9

hrs 3.00

4. Clarence Fernald and t'm,

9 hrs 7.00

5. Raymond Munroe and

team, 9 hrs 7.00

5. Wm. Currier, labor 9 hrs. 3.00

5. Clarence Fernald and t'm,

9 hrs 7.00

5. Darius Mariotti^ labor 9

hrs 3.00

5. Charles Mariotti, labor 9

hrs 3.00

$134.87



May 4. Received $179.45



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Paid-
James B. Walker's truck and

driver, 9 hrs $10.00

Clarence Fernald and team, 9 hrs. . 7.00

Eaymond Mnnroe and team, 9 hrs. 7.00

Darius Mariotti, labor 9 hrs 3.00

Charles Mariotti, labor 9 hrs 3.00

Herman Keniston, labor 9 hrs 3.00

John Currier, 5 loads gravel .50

April 9 :

Herman Keniston, labor 9 hrs 3.00

Eaymond Munroe and team, 9 hrs. 7.00

Alfred Durgin, 5 loads gravel

(Chesley Bank) .50

April 10 :

Herman Keniston, labor 9 hrs 3.00

Eaymond Munroe and team, 9 hrs. . 7.00

April 11:

James B. Walker's tractor and

driver, 9 hrs 15.00

Eaymond Munroe, labor 9 hrs 3.00

Charles Ellison, labor 21/2 hrs .83

April 12:

James B. Walker's tractor and

driver, 9 hrs 15.00

Eaymond Munroe, labor 9 hrs 3.00

Charles Ellison, labor 9 hrs 3.00

Clarence Fernald, labor 9 hrs 3.00

April 16:

James B. Walker's tractor and

driver, 4% hrs 7.50

Eaymond Munroe, labor 41/^ hrs.. . 1.50

April 19:

Eaymond Munroe and team, 4 hrs. . 3.12

April 20:

Eaymond Munroe and team, 9 hrs.. 7.00



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April 22 : 1

Raymond Munroe and team, 4 hrs. . 3.12

Raymond Munroe, labor 3 hrs 1.00 '

April 26:

Raymond Munroe and team, 9 hrs. 7.00

Alfred Durgin, 2 loads gravel

(Chesley Bank) .20

April 27:

Raymond Munroe and team, 9 hrs. 7.00

April 29:

Raymond Munroe and team, 9 hrs. 7.00

May 4:

Repairs on road machine 36.68

George Roma, labor 4^/2 hrs 1.50

$179.45



June 1 received $77.10

Paid-
May 4:

Raymond L. Munroe and team, 9

hrs $7.00

May 14:

Clarence Fernald and team, 9 hrs. . 7.00

Sj^dney Davis, labor, 9 hrs 3.00

Raymond Munroe and team, 9 hrs. 7.00

May 15: ;'

Clarence Fernald and team, 9 hrs.. 7.00

Raymond Munroe and team, 9 hrs. 7.00

Sydney Davis, labor 9 hrs 3.00

May 16:

Clarence Fernald and team, 9 hrs.. 7.00

Raymond Munroe and team, 9 hrs. 7.00

Sydney Davis, labor, 9 hrs 3.00

Charles Johnson, 6 loads gravel at

10 cents .60

May 18: I

Clarence Fernald and team, 9 hrs.. 7.00

Raymond Munroe and team, 9 hrs. 7.00



36



Sydney Davis, labor 9 hrs 3.00

Alfred Durgin, 15 loads gravel

(Chesley Bank), at 10 cents 1.50



$77.10



June 3 received $97.33

June 17:

Raymond L. Munroe and team, 9

hrs $7.00

July 16:

Raymond L. Munroe, labor, 9 hrs.. 3.00

July 17:

Ra}Tnond L. Munroe, labor, 9 hrs.. 3.00

July 20:

Raymond Munroe and team, 9 hrs. 7.00

. Charles H. Johnson, 4 loads gravel

at 10 cents .40

Aug. 16:

Ellsworth M. Fisk, labor 9 hrs 3.00

Aug. 17: i

Ellsworth M. Fisk, labor 4 hrs 1.33

Aug. 19:

Ellsworth M. Fisk, labor 4 hrs 1.33

Aug. 21:

Ellsworth M. Fisk, labor 9 hrs 3.00

Aug. 22:

Ellsworth M. Fisk, labor 9 hrs 3.00

Aug. 23:

Ellsworth M. Fisk, labor 8 hrs 2.67

Aug. 24:

Ellsworth Fisk, labor 9 hrs 3.00

Raymond Munroe, labor 9 hrs 3.00

James B. Walker's tractor and

driver, 9 hrs 15.00

Aug. 25:

Ellsworth Fisk, labor 5 hrs ,. 1.67

Raymond Munroe, labor 5 hrs 1.67



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James B. Walker's tractor and

driver, 5 hrs 8.33

Aug. 26:

Ellsworth risk, labor 3 hrs 1.00

Eaymond Munroe and team, 3 hrs. 2.33

Aug. 28:

Ellsworth Fisk, labor 9 hrs 3.00

Aug. 29:

Ellsworth Fisk, labor 9 hrs 3.00

Eaymond Munroe and team, 9 hrs. 7.00

Aug. 30:

Ellsworth Fisk, labor 9 hrs 3.00

Raymond Munroe and team, 9 hrs. 7.00

Alfred Durgin, 6 loads gravel at 10

cents .60

Aug. 31:

Ellsworth Fisk, labor 9 hrs 3.00

$97.33

Oct. 23 received $322.48

Paid—

Oct. 23:

Eaymond Munroe and team, 4 hrs. $3.11

Nov. 7:

Eaymond Munroe and team, 5 hrs. 3.89

Nov. 8:

Eaymond Munroe and team, 8 hrs. 6.22

Charles Johnson, 2 loads gravel. . . .20

Nov. 15:

Eomanzo Davis, labor 3 hrs 1.00

George Eoma, labor 3 hrs 1.00

Charlie James, labor 3 hrs 1-00

Ellsworth Fisk, labor 3 hrs 1.00

Nov. 16:

Eomanzo Davis, labor 9 hrs 3.00

George Eoma, labor 9 hrs 3.00

Charlie James, labor 9 hrs 3.00



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Ellsworth Fisk, labor 8 hrs


2.67


Nov. 23:




Charles Johnson and truck, 8 hrs..


8.89


Clarence Fernald and truck, 9 hrs.


10.00


James Walker truck, 9 hrs


. 10.00


Ellsworth risk, labor 9 hrs


3.00


Darius Mariotti, labor 9 hrs


3.00


Perry Harvey, labor 9 hrs


3.00


Eaymond Munroe, labor 9 hrs


3.00


Nov. 25:




Clarence Fernald, truck 9 hrs


10.00


Jarnps; Walker truck 9 hrs


10.00


Charles Johnson, truck 2i/^ hrs. . . .


2.78


Ellsworth Fisk, labor 9 hrs


3.00


John Currier, labor 9 hrs


3.00


Charlie Mariotti, labor 9 hrs


3.00


Romanzo Davis, labor 6 hrs


2.00


Perry Harvey, labor 9 hrs


3.00


Raymond Munroe, labor 3 hrs


1.00


Nov. 19:




Clifton Clark, labor 8 hrs


2.67


Bennie Clark, labor 8 hrs


2.67


Perry Harvey, labor 8 hrs


2.67


Charlie James, labor 8 hrs


2.67


Nov. 20:




Perry Harvey, labor 9 hrs


3.00


Charlie James, labor 9 hrs


3.00


Richard Whitehouse, labor 9 hrs. . .


3.00


Ellsworth Fisk, labor 8 hrs


2.67


Nov. 26:




Raymond Munroe and team, 9 hrs.


7.00


Nov. ^27:




Raymond Munroe's t'm and driver,




3 hrs


2.33


Nov. 26:




Clarence Fernald, truck 9 hrs


10.00


James Walker, truck 9 hrs


10.00



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Charles Johnson, truck, 7 hrs 7.78

Ea;yTnond Munroe, truck 6 hrs 6.67

Perry Harvey, labor 9 hrs 3.00

Charlie James, labor 9 hrs 3.00

Charlie Mariotti, labor 9 hrs 3.00

John Currier, labor 9 hrs 3.00

Eomanzo Davis, labor 9 hrs 3.00

Nov. 27:

Clarence Fernald, truck 9 hrs 10.00

James Walker, truck 9 hrs 10.00

Ea3'mond Munroe, truck 9 hrs 10.00

Charles Johnson, truck 7 hrs 7.77

Perry Harvey, labor 9 hrs 3.00

Charlie James, labor 9 hrs 3.00

Eomanzo Davis, labor 9 hrs 3.00

John Currier, labor 9 hrs 3.00

Charlie Mariotti, labor 9 hrs 3.00

Eaymond Munroe, team and driver,

6 hrs 4.67

Nov. 29:

Eaymond Munroe, truck 9 hrs 10.00

Charlie Johnson, truck 8 hrs 8.89

James Walker, truck 31/2 hrs 3.89

Perry Harvey, labor 9 hrs 3.00

. Eomanzo Davis, labor 9 hrs 3.00

Ellsworth Fisk, labor 9 hrs 3.00

Charlie James, labor 4 hrs 1.33

James B. Walker, 222 loads gravel. 22.20

Dec. 5:

Eaymond Munroe, team and driver,

9 hrs 7.00

Charlie James, labor 8 hrs 2.67

Alfred Durgin, 7 loads gravel

(Chesley Bank) .70

Dec. 6:

Eaymond Munroe, team and driver,

9 hrs 7.00



40



Charlie James, labor 8 hrs ;3.67

Alfred Durgin, 8 loads gravel

(Cheslev Bank) .80

$322.48



Received $32.37

Paid-
Dec. 7:

Raymond Munroe, team 9 hrs $7.00

James B. Walker, 5 loads gravel at

10 cents -50

Dec. 11:

Raymond Mnnroe, truck 71/2 hrs.. . 8.33

William Currier, labor 71/2 hrs 2.50

John Currier, 7 loads gravel at 10c .70
Dec. 19:

Raymond Munroe, labor 9 hrs 3.00

Charlie James, labor 5 hrs 1.67

Ellsworth risk, labor 6 hrs 2.00

Dec. 20:

Raymond Munroe, labor 9 hrs 3.00

Charlie James, labor 5 hrs 1.67

Donald Davis, labor 3 hrs 1.00

Charlie Ellison, labor 3 hrs 1.00

$32.37



SPECIAL NO. 16.



State. Town. Total.

Appropriation, 1929 $3,000.00 $1,000.00 $4,000.00

Extra appropriation (from 1930

fund) 201.87 201.87



Total fund $3,000.00 $1,201.87 $4,201.87

Expended $3,000.00 $1,201.87 $4,201.87

Detail of Expenditures.

Paid iy Paid hy State

Date. Item. Town. State. to Town.



Sept. 14. Walker, J. B $462.94

Oct. 3. Stockley, F. A., con-
crete pipe $31.49

18. Stockley, F. A., con-
crete pipe 9.09

Sept. 21. Walker 572.40

28. Walker 530.90

Oct. 5. Walker 387.34

12. Walker 504.77

Sept. 18. Brown, Fred, Asst 6.00

26. Walker 443.42

Nov. 4. Stockley, F. A., con-
crete pipe 98.67

2. Walker 424.10

9. Walker 369.02

23. Walker 293.10

Sept. 12. James, Eng 4.50

12. James, Auto 4.80



41



42



Oct.



Nov,



12.


Quimby, Asst. Eng


8.20




12.


Tenne}^, Asst. Eng


6.00




12.


Newell, Asst


3.00




12.


Jones, Asst


3.00




30.


James, Auto


2.00




30.


Quimby, Asst. Eng


4.13




30.


McLaughlin, Asst


1.50




14.


James, Eng


4.80




14.


Quimby, Asst. Eng


7.20




31.


James, Eng


4.00





31.


Tenney, Asst. Eng


8.75





31.


Johnson, Asst. Eng


3.75




31.


Newell, Asst


3.00




13.


Check from State

State paid Town in





$2,000.00




Jan., 1930





786.12



Total footings $3,987.99 $213.88 $2,786.12

Town expended $3,987.99

Eeceived from State 2,786.12



Cost to Town $1,201.87

Cost to State 3,000.00



Total cost $4,201.87

LEE SPECIAL AT WADLEIGH'S.

Paid-
Frank Eyan $130.67

W. E. Ryan 130.67

Jacob I. Demerritt 132.00

Charles Prest 41.67

Joshua Cook 58.18

John Cook 56.01

Charles Cook 36.34



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Eobert Kirkwood 82.31

S. E. Davis 102.00

Donald Davis 133.00

C. L. Fernald 91.00

C. L. Fernald, truck 52.18

W. D. Smith 117.00

W. S. Jenerson 40.20

Clifton Clark 42.33

M. E. Fisher 91.00

Perry Harvey 58.33

Parley Clark 4.67

Guy Durrell 19.33

John Currier 60.00

Jacob Cilley, truck 395.56

W. A. Carpenter, truck 426.56

C. H. Johnson, truck 256.61

E. W. Bloom, truck 283.12

Charles Hobbs, truck 204.44

Walter Plumer, team 17.11

William Currier 6.00

J. B. Walker, tractor, pump, sprinkler.. 344.43

J. B. Walker, foreman 221.66

A. J. Turcott, shovels 4.50

E. J. York 55.80

Susan Davis, gravel 293.10



$3,987.78



STATE AID MAINTENANCE.



State.

Appropriation, 1929 $1,560.00

Extra appropriation 237.13



Town. Total.

$1,040.00 $2,600.00
158.09 395.22



Total Fund $1,797.13 $1,198.09 $2,995.22

Expended $1,707.13 $1,198.09 $2,995.22



May



Detail of Expenditures.

Date. Item.

Apr. 13. Caldwell

13. Harvey

20. Harvey

27. Caldwell

27. Harvey

4. Harvey

4. Caldwell

11. Caldwell

11. Harvey

18. Harvey

25. Harvey

15. 5 gals, white paint

1. Gray, F. H., and truck, No. 30. . .

1. Harvey

8. Harvey

15. Harvey

15. Gray, F. H., and truck. No. 30. . .

22. Harvey

29. Harvey

1. James, Eng :

1. James, Eng



June



May



Paid hy
Town.
$10.56
22.50
21.50
25.56
25.45
25.00
45.00
19.00
25.00
24.50
13.50

40.00
47.50
25.00
190.13
6.75
69.12
18.50



Paid hy
State.



$7.67
21.00



6.50



8.85
3.00



44



45

June 13. James, Eng 11.20

29. James, Eng 4.00

July 10. James, Eng 5.00

27. James, Eng 4.00

6. Harvey 18.00

. 13. Harvey 180.56

20. Harvey 32.50

26. l,800gals. TarviaK. P. ,at$.15ir 273.06

Aug. 5. 8,032 gals. Tarmac P. at $.1245 999.98

July 27. Harvey 18.00

Aug. 3. Harvey 46.12

June 8. Caldwell 8.89

July 6. Caldwell ' 9.33

27. Caldwell 6.67

Aug. 10. Harvey 25.00

26. 3,500 gals. Tarvia P. at $.1245 435.75

17. Harvey 18.50

24. Harvey 30.98

July 27. Miner, Asst 18.45

Aug. 31. Miner, Asst 27.00

Sept. 7. Harvey 12.00

14. Harvev 20.50



21. 5 gals. White Paint 7.67

Aug. 31. Caldwell • 6.67

Sept. 14. Caldwell 10.00

21. Harvey 27.00

28. Harvey 20.00

Oct. 5. Harvey 7.00

Aug. 6. Miner 9.80

Town paid State $18.80

Town expended $1,179.29

Town paid State 18.80



Cost to Town $1,198.09

Cost to State 1,797.13

Total Cost $2,995.22



TRUNK LINE MAINTENANCE.



State.

Balance, 1928 $24.44

Appropriation, 1929 680.00

Total Fund $704.44

Expended 442.60

Balance for 1930 $261.83



Town. Total.

$12.22 $36.66

340.00 1,020.00



$352.22 $1,056.66
221.31 663.91



$130.92 $392.75



Detail of Expenditures.



Date. Item.

Mar. 23. Caldwell, F. I.

Apr. 6. Caldwell, F. I.

13. Caldwell, F. I.

May 4. Caldwell, F. I.

11. Caldwell, F. I.

June 8. Caldwell, F.

15. Caldwell, F.

Aug. 3. Caldwell, F.

10. Caldwell, F.

26. 1,300 gals. Tarmac P.

at .1245

Sept. 21. Caldwell

21. Caldwell

Oct. 12. Caldwell

26. Caldwell

Nov. 15. 10 gals. White and 5
gals. Black Paint. .

2. Caldwell

9. Caldwell



Paid hy
Town.
$6.00
20.00
11.11
16.78
10.50
5.22
29.89
72.00
17.78



35.00
32.00
36.45
34.44



Paid hy State

State. to Town.



$161.85



19.38



42.00

24.44



46



47



16. Caldwell 30.95

23. Caldwell 14.22

30. Caldwell 43.90

State will pay Town

Jan., 1930 $281.3'



Total footings $482.68 $181.23 $261.37

Town expended $482.68

Received from State 261.37



Cost to Town $221.31

Cost to State 442.60



Total Cost $663.91



TRUNK LINE BRIDGE.



Detail of Expenditures.

Paid hy Paid hy

Date. Item. Town. State.

Office Engineering $60.20

Field Engineering 317.75

Nov. 26. State Garage, Ajito Account 11.80

Dec. 11. State Garage, Auto Account 14.20

11. State Garage, Auto Account 24.45

Jan. 15. State Garage, Auto Account 10.29

Nov. 26. E. F. Page, Contract 1,226.63

Dec. 27. E. F. Page, Contract 1,373.97

5. E. F. Page, Contract $1,509.50

Totals Expended $1,509.50 $3,039.29

Total cost of Bridge $4,548.79

State Share 3,032.53

Town Share 1,516.26

State has paid $3,039.29

State share 3,032.53

Town owes State $6.76

Town Share is $1,516.26

Town has paid 1,509.50

Town paid State $6.76



48



TRUNK LINE CONSTRUCTION.



State. Town. Total.

Expended $6,711.74 $3,355.87 $10,067.61

Detail of Expenditures.

Paid by Paid by State

Date. Item. Town. State. to Town.

May 15. N. E. Culverts $39.79

Apr. 27. Walker, J. B $434.39

May 4. Walker, J. B 386.00

11. Walker, J. B 376.56

18. Walker, J. B 481.23

25. Stockley, F. A., reinf.

con. pipe 120.76

25. Walker 314.00

1. James, Eng 6.00

June 1. Walker, Eng 370.00

8. Walker 618.00

15. Walker 358.02

22. Walker 382.11

29. Walker 399.63

May 1. James, Eng 11.20

1. Quimby, Asst. Eng 14.15

1. McLaughlin, Asst 6.00

1. Jones, Asst 6.00

July 6. Walker 314.85

13. Walker 225.57

30. Walker 275.91

29. Share for Pump 10.00

27. Walker 237.55

Aug. 3. Walker 352.81



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50



10. Walker 355.67

17. Walker 409.87

24. Walker 499.56

26. 7,000 gals. Tarmac P.

at .1245 871.50

26. 5,250 gals. Tarmac P.

at .1245 653.62

30. 10 gals. White, 5 gals, .

Black Paint 19.03

31. Walker 497.00

Sept. 7. Walker 289.38

Oct. 5. Walker 643.10

May 14. James, Eng 6.10

June 1. Jones, Asst 1.50

29. James, Eng 4.00

July 10. James, Eng 4.00

27. James, Eng 3.00

27. Quimby, Asst. Eng 8.05

27. James, Eng 4.50

27. Newell, Asst 3.00

27. Jones, Asst 3.00

Aug. 6. Quimby, Asst. Eng 3.75

6. James, Eng. 2.90

6. Jones, Asst 1.50

27. James, Auto 1.50

27. Quimby, Asst. Eng 1.00

27. Miner, Asst 10.15

27. Miner 14.95

Sept. 12. James, Eng 5.20

12. Quimby, Asst. Eng 6.85

12. Newell, Asst 1.00

12. Tenney, Asst. Eng 2.00

12. Jones, Asst 1.50

May 29. Check from State $1,000.00

July 24. Check from State 1,000.00

Aug. 22. Check from State 2,000.00

Nov. 13. Check from State 4,000.00



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Jan. 31. Check from State 2,355.87



Total footings $8,221.11 $1,846.50 $10,355.87

Town paid State $3,134.76

Town expended 8,221.11

Eeceived from State $10,335.87

Town appropriation $1,000.00

Town refunded 3,134.76

Cost to Town $3,355.87

Cost to State 6,711.74

$10,067.61

Town's part $3,355.87

Town's appropriation 1,000.00

Town's note to State $2,355.87



TRUNK LINE CONSTEUCTION.

J. B. Walker,

In Account with Town.

Eeceived

Paid-
Charles Elleson $259.01

S. R. Davis 304.01

Frank Clay 247.67

Horace Clay 247.90

Fred Conway 112.67

Charles Langmaid 64.67

John Bishop 228.01

Walter Smith 278.67

Grover Smith 68.01

G. B. Thompson 27.79

George Stimpson 246.34

Warren Sawyer, truck 226.20

Herman Keniston, truck 315.56

J. B. Walker, truck 1,023.55

J. B. Walker, tractor 377.78

J. B. Walker, foreman 529.45

Frank I. Caldwell, truck 159.78

Donald Davis 131.34

Everett Dalton 13.67

C. L. Fernald, truck 565.78

W. A. Carpenter, truck 315.56

S. W. Sherburn, truck 300.90

Robert Cook 31.00

Calixte Bailergeon 63.67

Ellsworth Garrity, truck 307.79

George Corson 103.00

W. S. Jenerson 31.67,



,171.11



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Joshua Cook 231.01

John Cook 238.38

Charles Cook 229.34

Victor Coiilture 48.00

F. E. Sewall, gravel 461.40

M. A. Caldwell, gravel 331.70

A. J. Turcotte, supplies 15.63

A. J. Turcotte, shovels 12.00

E. J. York 68.20

John Griffin 3.00



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REPORT OF LIBRARIAN.



Libran- open Saturdays 2 to 4 P. M.

The Trustees wish to express thanks for the gift of books
to S. Belle Tuttle, Dr. Frank A. Davis, Mrs. Helen Wiggin,
Mrs. Hayward and Mrs. Milliken.



Books Entered This Year.



In the Day of St. Clair,

The Doomsman,

The Voice of the Pack,

The Heart of Uncle Terry,

The Adventure of Kathlyn,

The Kingdom of the Blind,

The Desire of His Life,

The Loring Mystery,

Famous Women,

Gold and Dross,

The Aspen Shade,

Prue and I,

A Son of the Old Dominion,

Rose in Bloom,

A Good Bad Girl,

Inez,

Passion Flower,

The Million Pound Deposit,

Joan Greenwood's Vow,

The Radio Simplified,

Ailsa Page,

The Mills of Man,

The Blue Heron's Feather,

The Two Van Revels,



James Bell My lor
Van Tessel Sutph en-
Edison Marshall
Charles Clark Munn
Harold McGrath
E. Phillip Oppenheim
Ethel Dell
Jeffrey Farnol
George Elliott
Mrs. S. A. Southworth
M. L. Fuller
George W. Curtis
Mrs. Burton- Harrison
Louisa M. Alcott
Winifred Van Dusen
Augusta E. ^yilson
Kathleen Norris
E. Phillip Oppenheim
S. Andre IV Wood
Kendall, Jr., and Kochler
Robert Chambers
Philip Payne
R. S. Holland
Booth Tarkington



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Foolish Matrons,

Lux Crucis,

Vergilius,

Time the Comedian,

The Sowers,

The Golden Dog,

Hard Times,

Mosses from an Old Manse,.

The New Senior at Andover,

My Friend, the Chauffeur, C

Sweet Eacket,

Yours and Mine,

From Cape Town to Ladysmith,

The Talisman,

Richard Bruce,

Frivolous Cupid,

Black Eock,

John Halifax, Gentleman,

The Millionaires,

Somebody's Neighbor,

How Men Propose,

Fisherman^s Luck,

David Copperfield,

White Aprons,

The Prophet of the Great Smoky

The Man at Willow Eanch,
The Altar of Honor,
Marked Cancelled,
Tiger, Tiger,



Bonn Byrne

S. M. Gardenhine

Irving Bacheller

Kate Jordan

H. 8. Mernman

William Kerhy

Charles Dickens

Julian Hawthorne

Herbert D. Ward

. M. and A. M. Wilkinson

Mary Johnson

Anna B. Warner

G. W. Stevens

Sir Walter Scott

George W. Shelden

Anthony Hope

Ralph Connor

Miss Muloch

J. F. Moore

Rose Terry Cook

Agnes Stevens

Henry Van Dyke

Charles Dickens

Maude N. Goodwin

Mountain,

Charles E. Craddock

Harold Bindloss

Ethel M. Dell

Natalie S. Lincoln

Honore Willsie Morron



Also about 50 Juvenile books and 16 bound volumes of
St. Nicholas from 1914 to 1922.



F. P. COMINGS,

Librarian.



LIBRARY TREASURER'S REPORT,



Cash on hand $2.50

Received from Town 22.80



Total Receipts $25.30



Paid for books $22.82

Cash on hand Feb. 1, 1930 2.48



$25.30

F. P. COMINGS,

Treasurer.



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REPORT



OF THE



School Board, Treasurer



AND



Superintendent



FOR THE



Year Ending, June 30, 1929



SCHOOL OFFICERS,



Moderator
DAVID B. BARTLETT

Cleric
FRED P. COMINGS

Treasurer
EDNA B. BARTLETT

Board of Education

FLORENCE F. CALDWELL

MARY B. CARPENTER

ADA P. YORK

Superintendent
CHESTER W. DOE

Auditors
HELEN J. THOMPSON LULU B. WALKER



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FINxVNCIAL KEPORT OF THE
LEE SCHOOL DISTRICT

For the Fiscal Year Beginning July 1, 19'/i8, and
Ending July 1, 1929.

State and Federal Aid:

Equalization fund for elementary school (from

State) $130.81

Income from Local Taxation :

For the support of elementary schools 3,9-13.50

For the payment of High School and academy

tuition 1,457.50

From Sources Other Than Taxation:

Town of Barrington, elementary school tuition 247.00

Dog licenses 66.00

Total receipts $5,843.84

Cash on hand July 1, 1928 1,203.76

$7,047.60
SCHOOL TREASURER'S REPORT.



Cash on hand at beginning of 3^ear $1,203.76

Received from Town Treasurer 5,400.00

Tuition from Barrington 247.00

State equalization fund 130.84

Dog licenses 66.00

$7,047.60
Expenditures.

Paid by order of School Board * $5,524.16

Balance on hand June 30, 1929 1,523.44

$7,047.60
EDNA B. BARTLETT,

Treasurer School District.



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PAYMENTS.

Administration.

1. Salaries of District Officers $70.00

2. Supe-rintendent's excess salar}^ 127.35

3. Truant Officer and school census 5.00

4. Expenses of administration 76.35

Instruction.

5. Teachers' salaries 2,850.00

6. Text-books 130.57

7. Scholars' supplies 100.33

8. Flags and appurtenances 1.88

Operation and Maintenance of School Plant.

10. Janitor service 81.00

11. Fuel 203.75

12. Water, light, janitors' supplies 13.92

13. Minor repairs and expenses . 77.20

Auxiliary Agencies and Special Activities.

14. Medical inspection 127.35

16. High school and academy tuition 1,472.50

New Equipment and Construction.
23. New equipment 36.96

Debt, Interest and Other Charges.

26. Tax for state-wide supervision ($2 per

capita) 150.00



Total Payments $5,524.16

Cash on hand June 30, 1929 1,523.44

Grand Total $7,047.60



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DETx\IL OF PAYMENTS.

Salaries of District Officers.

1. Ada P. York, School Board $20.00

Mary B. Carpenter, School Board 20.00

Florence F. Caldwell, School Board 20.00

Edna B. Bartlett, Treasurer 10.00

Superintendent's Excess Salary.

2. L. M. Felch 127.35

Truant Officer and School Census.

3. Florence F. Caldwell 5.00

Expenses of Administration.

4. L. M. Felch, telephone, printing, clerk hire. 44.35
Barrett Ins. iVgency, bond of Treasurer. . . . 10.00
Edna B. Bartlett, postage and stationery . . . 4.00
Town of Lee, printing reports 18.00

Teachers^ Salaries.

5. Mina Isaacson 900.00

Erna Wilkie 900.00

Euth Munroe 800.00

Martha B. Walker 250.00

Text Books.

6. Ginn & Co 35.40

D. C. Heath & Co 2.04

American Book Co 37.80

Charles Scribner's Sons 9.38

The McMillan Co 9.17

Houghton, Mifflin Co 3.30

Benj. H. Sanborn Co 1.22



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J. P. Lippincott Co 3.15

Charles Merrill Co 20.36

Arlo Publishing Co 8.75

ScHOLAKs' Supplies.

7. Milton, Bradley Co 76.86

M. T. Kennedy 12.00

J. L. Hammett Co 11.47

Flags and Appurtenances.

8. Jenness Hardware Co 1.88

Janitor Service.

10. Charles James, Centre 27.00

Herbert Wiggin, South 27.00

Madeline Caldwell, North 27.00

Fuel.

11. William A. Carpenter, Centre and South

Lee 100.00

E. W. Bloom, sawing wood. Centre and

South Lee 15.75

Frank I. Caldwell, Xorth Lee, wood and

sawing 68.00

Fred C. York, Centre and South Lee 20.00

Water, Light and Janitors' Supplies.

12. Jenness Hardware Co., floor brush and putty 2.60

L. M. Glover Co., floor oil 6.50

James B. Walker 4.82

Minor Repairs and Expenses.

13. Marinda Hanscom, cleaning North Lee and

Centre 10.00

Ralph W. Mathes, whitewashing 3 schools.. 28.22
William A. Carpenter, freight and deliver-
ing blackboards 3.55



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Charles Stackpole. cutting bushes, setting

glass 4 50

Frank I. Caldwell, labor on sheds, flag pole

and floor g 00

Gertrude Davis, oiling floor and cleaning

South Lee 9 00

J. L. Hammett Co 4.73

John Simpson, repairing jacket stove,

North Lee 4,00

Jenness Hardware Co., glass and putty 3.20

F. W. Neal & Co., lock for door, North Lee. 2.00

Medical Inspectiox.
14. Miss Ina Marden 127.35


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