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TowQ of Lee



Aooual Report.



ANNUAL REPORTS



OF THE



SELECTMEN, TREASURER

BOARD OF EDUCATION, ROAD AGENTS.
AND EIBRARV TRUSTEES

OK THE

TOWN OF LEE,

FOR THE

YEAR ENDING FEB. 15, 1895.



DOVER, N. H.:

vStak Puktjshinc, Co.

1895.



TOWN OFFICES.



selectmen.

Fred B. York,

John S. Jenkins,

Charles H. Allen.

* *
*

town clerk.

Daniel E. Plummer.

* *
*

treasurer.

Samuel W. Lane.

* *
*

collector of taxes.

Daniel E. Plummer.

* *
*

SUPERVISORS.

Bert P. Thompson,

J. T. Bartlett,

W. S. Caldwell.

* *

*

ROAD AGENTS.

Bert P. Thompson,

S. D. Cass,

W. S. Caldwell.



auditors.
Benjamin F. Eang,
Joseph E. Jenkins.



Selectroeo's Accounts

FOR THE YEAR ENDING FEBRUARY 15, 1 895.



Resident Yaluation $2,650 90

Non-resident " 452 70

Total Yalue
Tax on one hundred dollars



SCHOOL MONEY.

vScliool tax
Literary fund, 1893
Dog license, 1893
Part of railroad tax



^3-103


60


$1


15


$ 775


90


2,762


94



Highway tax

Tax for all other purposes

Am't of Collector's list $3-538 84

Appropriated as follows:
County tax
vSchool tax
Highway tax
Public Library
Town expenses



»>r,43i


12


748


00


775


90


25


00


558


82



$3,538 84



1,748


00


142


48


88


20


21


32


5 I, 000


00



BREAKING ROADS.

Wiggiii, A. D. 1893

Thompson, B. P. "

Thompson, B. P., repairs on road machine
Caverno, H. F., breaking roads 1893



Burleigh, D. W.
DeMeritte, Forest
Hill, H. G.
Gate, Jos. W.
Bartlett, J. T.
Fernald, L,. S.
Hoitt, M. A.



1893



1892
1 892- '93



ABATEMENTS.



$ 2


25


5


10


2


35


H


92


2


75


2


40


5


55


3


75


7


00


5


50


I


14



$52 71



Jones, C. H., barn burned


$4


60


Dame Bros., overtaxed




9


20


Dame, C. G. & E. E. over taxed


4


02


Mendom, Charles, 1890,


unable to pay




75


Burleigh, D. E. 1892,


moved away




00


Tuttle, Eouis B.


paid in Rochester




00


Atherton, C. A., 1893,


paid in Durham




33


Blaisdell, H. H. '•


left town




60


Randall, John J.


soldier




33


Smith, Harry


paid in Brentwood




33


Stimpson, C. E.


Portsmouth




33


Thompson, C. F. "


Brookline




33


Thompson, Innng "


■ ' Nashua




00



$30 15



ROAD AGENTS.

Thompson, B. P., highway tax, 1893

Thompson, B. P.

Thompson, B. P.

Caldwell, ^Vm. S.

Cass, S. D.

Thompson, B. P.

Caldwell, \Vm. S., breaking road



Cass, S. I)., highway tax, 1894

Caldwell, W. vS.

Walker, F. E., repairs on machine

Hadlock, J.

Cass, S. D., road tax

Caldwell, W. vS.



Thompson, B. P.
Caldwell, W. S.
Thompson, B. P.
Cass, S. D.



BRIDGES 1893.

Fernald, T. E., plank

Chesley, D. & C. P., use of derrick

Thompson, H. E., hauling vStone

Caldwell, W. vS., plank, 1894

Otis, C. P. & Co. "

Dame Bros. " and stringers

Marsh, Harrison



$12 69
50 00
40 00

153 36
61 97
93 83
12 70



^424


55


$50


GO


73


CO


3


01


7


75


60


00


71


43


172


GO


25


17


50


OG


35


80


S548


16


$6


55


10


00


I


GG


70


62


40


43


67


79


29


18



5225 57



DAMAGE DONE BY DOGS.



Hill, J. W., $4 less 48 per cent


$ 2 08


Jenkins, J. S., 3 " "


I 56


Gate, Jos. \V. 44


22 88


Thompson, R. A. 8 "


4 16


Jones, \Vm., 33 "


17 16


Hobbs, J. G. 4


2 08


Dame, C. G. 8


4 16


Bartlett, I. Mrs. 9


4 48


Hoitt, M.A. Miss 36


18 72


Keniston, G. C. 16 " ^


8 32


Jenkins, J. S., appraiser's bill


4 50


York, F. B.


20 10


Thompson, W. H., constable


2 00



SCHOOL BILLS.

Jenkins, Jos. E.

DeMeritt, I^ewis I., supplies

DeMeritt, Lewis I., salary 1893

Davis, B. F.

DeMeritt, Lewis I., supplies

DeMeritt, Lewis L.

Jenkins, Jos. H., salary

Jenkins, Jos. E-, making and posting warants

DeMeritt, L. I., school supplies

DeMeritt, L. L. salary



$112 20



$ 3


GO


I


82


20


GO


20


GG


61


65


26


09


20


GG


5


GG


9


23


25


GG



>i9i 79





SCHOOL TAX,


1894.




DeMeritt,


Lewis I.




$250 00


DeMeritt,


Lewis L




245 00


DeMeritt.


Lewis L




300 00


DeMerstt,


Lewis L




205 00



Si, 000 00
COUNTY PAUPER AND SOLDIER BILLS.

York, F. B., tramp bill $ i 50

Durgin, F. H. for B. T. Stevens 3 18

York, F. B., supplies " 3 25

Plunimer D. E., " " 11 83

Green, S. H., medical attendance on Ben T.

Stevens, 19 visits 23 75

Setting fracture for same 5 00



SOLDIERS AND PAUPERS.

Randall, John J., soldier
Randall, John J.
Randall, John J.
Randall, John J.
Randall, John J.
Randall, John J.
Insane As^duni for P. Gillan
Randall, John J., soldier

Allen, C. H., time and ex. in looking after P.
Gillan and taking him to the as\-lum
Wiggin, Jas. M., soldier
Clay, Job
Foss, J. T. Mrs.



I48


51


$10


00


8


00


8


00


18


00


8


00


26


00


22


44


18


00


14


00


56


50


52


00


62


00



S2g2 94



BOUNTY ON HAWKS.

Jenkins, John S. i 50

Thompson, H. E. i 00

Allen, C. H. i 25



GENERAL EXPENSES.

Thompson, B. T., supervisor's bill, 1893

Jenkins, John S., out of town bill

Noble, John M., supervisor's bill

York, Fred B., selectman's bill for out of

town services, 1893
York, Fred B., health ofhcer
Steams, lyizzie Mrs., librarian
DeMeritt, Forest, supervisor's bill
Lane, M. N., ballot clerk
Bartlett, Josiah "

Walker, W. B., printing 1893 reports
DeMeritt, Forest, supervisor's bill 1894
Dudley, Geo. A., ballot clerk
GHdden, H. M., moderator bill
Thompson, B. P., super\'isor's bill, 1894
Allen, C. H., health officer
Plummer, D. E., town clerk
Plummer, D. E., collector
Lane, S. W., treasurer
Lee, W. H., police
Jenkins, H. E., ballot clerk
Jenkins, J. S., health officer
Jenkins, J. S., selectman
Allen, C. H.



$3 75



; 8


00


I


00


3


00


1 1


50


5


00


10


00


3


00


2


00


2


00


35


00


6


00


2


00


2


00


8


00


5


00


20


00


40


00


30


00


I


50


2


00


2


00


32


00


32


00



York, F. P., selectman with county com. $ 5 oo

York, P. B., " 32 00

Steams, E. Mrs., librarian 25 00



MISCELLANEOUS BILLS.

Keniston, G. C, flags, etc.

Davis, T. G., dinners, etc.

Pendergast, S. A. Mrs., returning births

Jones, John F., for labor

Priest, A. M., stationery

Ea.stman, E. C.

Stearns, L,izzie Mrs., painting

Griffin, J. H., paint, etc.

Morse, C. A., births and deaths

Plummer, G. W., dinners, etc.

Plummer, D. E., ex. bill

Plummer, D. E., burial permits

Plummer, D. E., postage and stationery

Plummer, D. E., lanterns, brooms, etc.

Pendergast, S. A. Mrs., reporting births

Plummer, D. E., recording birth

Plummer, D. E., returning births, deaths and

marriages to State
Davis, T. G. Mrs., dinners
Library appropriation



$325 00



$ 4


87


I


87


I


25


2


50




50


25


44




50


I


81


2


00


I


00




30


2


25


2


00


2


14




75


3


45


3


45


6


33,


25


00



$87 41



lO



RECAPITULATION,



Miscellaneous bills
General expense
School bills
School tax

Soldiers and paupers
County soldiers, etc.
Road agents, 1893
Road agents, 1894
Breaking roads, 1893
Bridges, 1894
Damage done by dogs
iVbatements
Bounty on hawks



$ 87


41


325


GO


191


79


1,000


00


292


94


48


51


424


55


548


16


52


71


225


57


I 12


20


30


15


3


75



,342 74



Fred B. York, ^ Selectmen
John S. Jenkins, [- of

Chas. H. Aleln, ) Lee.



Report of tbe Trceisurcr

FOR THE YEAR ENDING FEBRUARY 15, 1895.



RECEIPTS.

In the treasur}' Feb. 15, 1894, $737 75

ReceiYed of D. E.Pluniiner, on list '93 751 48
D. E.Plummer, on list '94 2,861 19
D. E.Plummer, use of hall 12 50
D. E.Plummer, dog license 112 20
State, railroad tax 374 57

State, savings bank tax, 1,169 65
State, literary fund 130 81



EXPENDITURES.

Paid orders drawn by Selectmen $3,250 39

Damage done by dogs no 20

State tax 935 00

Count}' tax i-43i 12

Cash on hand to balance 423 44



150 15



M50 15



12

STATEMENT ASSETS AND LIABILITIES.

ASSETS.

Due from D. E. Plummer, list '94, $677 65

Rockingham County 47 01

Cash in treasury 423 44



$1,148 10
LIABILITIES-
Due school house tax remittance $78 64



Amount of surlus $1,069 46

Due from General Government 739 00



$1,808 46
Settled the foregoing account as above stated.

Samuel W. Lane, Treasurer.

Fred B. Yorke, ) Selectmen

John S. Jenkins, > of
Charles H. Allen, ) Lee.

We, the undersigned, auditors of the town of Lee have
examined the foregoing account and find it correctly
reckoned with corresponding vouchers.



Joseph E. Jenkins, | Auditors.



Reports of Road Asi^ots.



W. S. Caldwell in account with town of L,ee as Road
Agent.

1894.

Feb. 24, received of the town of Lee, $i53 36

Paid for breaking roads.
Feb. 24, W. S. Caldwell

S. W. Lane
Mar. 3, I. G. Sherbune,

Lewis Snell,

Albert Caverno,

Horace Caverno,

L. S. Fernald,

Chas. Stackpole,

Otis E. Woodman,

Albert Snell,

Hosea B. Snell,

Chas. H. Jones,

Chas. W. Davis,

Alonzo Langmaid,

James W. Wiggin,

Alvin Hodgdon,

Albinas Hodgdon,

Joseph M. Garrity,

Lewis I. DeMeritte,

James Buzzell,

Maurce N. Lane,



'I5


61


13


95


4


20


6


94


3


67


7


35


12


15


4


00


3


30


5


26


4


94


8


09


I


80


5


06


II


65


7


80


I


95




79


9


25


2


92


I


40



14



Mar. 3, Mary Hoitt, $ 37

S. E. DeMeritte, 7 50

Edmund F. lyane, 10 26

Joseph G. Clay, 315













$153


36


1894














Apr.


Received of the town
Paid for breakin
W. S. Caldwell,


Lee,
g roads:


$ 6


40


$12


70


21


Walter Jones,






95






23


C. F. Ham,
Frank Randall,




I
2


65
50








Horace Hill,




I


20


$12










70


June 30


Received of the town


of Lee,






$73


GO




Paid for labor on road:












W. S. Caldwell,




$39


50








I. G. Sherburne,




9


50








Edmund F. Lane,




9


50








Albinas Hodgdon,




I


50








Horace Caverno,




5


00








George F. Stimpson,




I


50








Chas. lyangley.




3


GO








Lewis I. DeMeritte,




3


50







^73 00
1894

Oct. 27 Received of the town of Lee $71 43

Paid for labor on road:
W. S. Caldwell, 21 75



15



Oct.



S. E. DeMeritte,


14 70


Iv. S. Fernald,


9 50


Frank D. Randall.


2 50


Otis Woodman,


5 18


S. W. Lane,


5 50


I. G. Sherburne,


I 50


Joseph Garrity,


I 50


Mary Hoitt,


I 50


James Biizzell,


7 80



$71 43

1895

Feb. 13 Received of the town of Lee, $25 17

Paid for labor on road:

W. S. Caldwell, $8 62

Otis E. Woodman, repair road
machine

Chas. F. Ham

G. F. Stimpson,

S. E. Demeritt,

Herbert Judkins

Herbert Jenkins,

John S. Jenkins.

$25 17

Amount received of the town, $335 66

Amount paid out, 335 66

W. S. Caldwell, Road Agent.



I


00


2


00


2


25


4


80


I


50


2


GO


3


00



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S. D. Cass, in acconnt with the town of Lee as Road
Agent.

1894

March Received of the town of Lee, $6r 98



Received of the town


of Lee,




Paid for breaking roads:




J. M. Noble,




$ 6 6s


J. A. Knight,




13 12


J. P. Haley,




I 08


Josiah Durgin,




I 67


H. D. Keniston,




2 80


G. Keniston,




6 10


Fred Keniston,




3 45


G. Keniston,




4 50


S. D. Cass,




22 60



*6i 97

1895

Febr'y Received of the town of Lee, $145 80



Received of the town of Lee,




Paid for labor on road:




S. D. Cass, agent


$40 45


H. Small,


6 00


J. Noble,


15 78


Pat Gillan,


3 00


C. H. Tuttle,


7 64


B. F. Lang,


7 95


W. H. Palmer,


2 10


J. Durgin,


2 75


C. B. Edgerley,


4 50


J. P. Haley,


4 95


G. D. Durgin,


3 50



17



F'ebr'v



J. A. Knight,






$ 7 55




P. L. Han-e}-,






3 68




Ezra Keniston,






I 50




Ezra Keniston, Jr.,






2 40




F. P. Keniston,






7 95




C. H. Allen,






10. 80




F. L. Allen,






5 55




J. T. Bartlett,






7 75








$145 80


Settled as abov


e,








S.


D.


C.


ASvS, Road Ao-ent.



Bert P. Thompson, in account with the town of Eee as
Road Agent for 1894.

1894

March Received of the town of Lee, $196 52

Paid for breaking roads:

J. W. Webb, $ 5 02

Burnham Buzzell, 10 00

G. E. Chesley, 6 17

D. S. Bennett, 3 60

H. E. Thompson, 16 52

D. W. Burleigh, 2 25

J. S. Jenkins, 15 74

Fred B. York, 6 98

H. E. Jenkins, 15 84

J. E. Jenkins, n 74

Alfred C. Durgin, 2 17

G. Y. Durgin, 2 17

R. A. Thompson, ir 45

Everett Dalton, 8 30

Robert Dalton, 7 45



March



1894



Harr_v Otis, $
h. W. Dalton,


4 35

7 80


W. D. Smith,


5


53


Dame Bros.,

B. P. Thompson,


38
15


30
14


Received of the town of Lee
orders to the amount of




— $196 52
$222 00


Paid for labor on roads:






Bert P. Thompson, agent
J. S. Jenkins,
Fred B. York.


$59
14
II


23
04
00


R. A. Thompson,

J. E. Jenkins,

E. D. Jenkins,

T. B. & G. E, Chesley,


8

7

7


30

GO

75
20


D. W. Burleigh,


I


50


H. E. Thompson,
C. E. Fernald,


4
3


80
63


H. S. Tuttle,


2


25


C. A. Fernald,


6


65


W. D. Smith,


5


25


G. Y. Durgin,


4


80


B. Buzzell,


10


35


W. S. Burleigh,
W. H. Eee,
E. Dalton,


7
8

I


50
30
50


A. D. Wiggin,
J. C. Bartlett,




6


65
00


H. S. Tuttle, railing bridge
E. Bartlett,


5
5


00
6.1



'1 83 30



19



Breaking roads:




F. B. York.


$6 50


W. S. Burleigh,


60


D. W. Burleigh,


90


R. A. Thompson,


I 60


W. S. Burleigh,


4 41


D. W. Burleigh,


3 74


J. C. Bartlett,


8 09


R. A. Thompson,


3 22


B. P. Thompson.


9 64



I38 70



Settled as above,

Bert P. Thompson, Agent.



ANNUAL REPORT

OF THE

Bo2vrd of Education,



In compliance with the laws of our State we herewith
submit our annual report.

As we review the work done in our schools the past
year we find but little of change to which we ma}' call
your attention. Each respective locality can judge quite
correctly of the success of its own school, but none can
so impartially judge as those who have the entire over-
sight of the work.

Our teachers were selected with due regard to their
qualifications for the positions assigned them; several
applications being rejected while the services of only
those best qualified were secured. We wish we might
report satisfactory results in every school, but this we
cannot do, since there have been instances where it ap-
pears that both parents and scholars have actually
sought to injure the reputation of the teacher thereby
affecting the progress desired.

The spring term at the turnpike was taught by Miss
Sanborn, whose long experience and good qualifications
showed great progress in the school-room.

The fall term was under the care of Miss Staniels
who did excellent work and won the love and respect of
the whole school.



21

The winter term noi being closed we cannot make a
full report. It is now under the charge of Miss Twombly
who is doing good work.

Miss Jennie Small instructed the pupils at Lee Hill in
the spring. Miss Ethel G. Brown the fall and winter
terms. They did good work with the accommodations
they had.

The spring term at South Lee was taught by Miss
DeMeritte, whose long experience and energetic efforts
meets with success in every school-room.

The fall and winter terms were in charge of Miss
Brown who, we find, did good work and was well qualified
for the position.



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ROLL OF PERFECT ATTENDANCE.

Turnpike, First Term: — Elizabeth G. Snell, Rachel
Ramsdell. Ethel S. Caldwell, Mary E. Caldwell.

Second Term: — Charles Langmaid, John O. Brien,
WilHe Wiggin, Frank Wiggin, Ethel S. Caldwell.

South Lee, Fir.st Term: — Dita Allen, Nellie Kirkwood
Flora Mattox, Alta Mattox, Jennie Mattox. Eva Mattox
Joshua Cook, Ben Eang.

Second Term: — Dita x\llen, Bernice Eang, Flora Mat-
tox, Nellie C. Painting, Eeola Noble, Ben Lang, Walter
Plummer.

Third Term: — Benj. Lang.

Lee Hill, Fir.st Term: — Anna Pender, Mercy Durgin,
Ethel Durgin.

Second Term: — Flossie Fernald.

Lewis I. DeMerritte, ") o n, i
BEN F. Davis, f §^^°°^

Joseph E. Jenkins, ) ^o^™-



ANNUAL REPORT

OF THE



Treasurer of the School Board.



1894.

Balance in the treasury,

Received of town treasurer of town amount of
school mone}' for the year 1894

Received for tuition of Charles Johnson
Pike Har\^ey
Pike Harvey, '93
Herbert Gile
Herbert Gile. '93



TURNPIKE SCHOOL.

June 21, Paid Annie L. Sanborn
Nov. 26, Annie L,. Staniels

C. ly. Jenness, 2 lights glass

C. ly. Jenness, doorknob

Fitting door knob

C. ly. Jenness, bolt

C. L. Jenness, lock

C. ly. Jenness, brush

C. ly. Jenne.ss, i doz. drawing rules

I. G. Sherburne, wood



Dr.




$43


74


1,000


00


2


75


2


75


2


00


6


25


2


50


$1,059


99


Cr.




$99


00


90


00




20




50




25




10




10




35


'ules


20


17


00



25

Nov. 26, Paid^A. M. Priest, bottle ink $ 15

Miss Stiles, dipper 5



SOUTH LEE.

June 21, Paid Linnie DeMerritte
Nov. 9, Hattie M. Brown

1895

Feb. 15, Hattie M. Brown

Two brooms
Pail

Two panes glass
Dozen pen holders
Ben F. Davis, for wood



LEE HILL.



$207 90



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00


90


GO


99


GO




50




42




30




10


12


00



$312 32



June 22, Paid Jennie Small $71 50

Dec. 7, Ethel G. Brown 65 00

1895

Feb. 14, Ethel G. Brown 78 00

John H. Griffin, for lock, hinges,

etc. 40

Joseph E. Jenkins, for wood 8 62

Ben F. Davis, lumber for
four tables, wood box
and making same 4 00

$227 52



26

WRDNESDAY HII.L.
1895

Feb. 18, Paid Grace I,. Jenkins, tuition for

Smith children $18 00

Tuition in Durham for Eve-
lyn Jenkins 4 50



LEE HOOK.



1895



522 50



Paid tuition in Durham for Fred
C. York, 30 weeks, at 50
cents per week $15 00

Tuition, Plains district, New-
market, 67 weeks, at 50
cents per w^eek 33 50



$48 50

Amount paid out $818 74

Amount in treasury $241 25

Amount of School house fund in Strafford

Savings Bank with interest to Jan.

I, 1895 $1,491 07

LrEwiS I. DeMerritte, Treasurer.

1894 DR.

Received from treasurer of town $95 97

CR.

May 8, Paid King & Merrill, for sup-
plies $11 10
R. W. Musgrove, post-
ers, [labels and certificates I 40



27

June 15, American Book Co., bal-

ance on exchange of
books
Copy books

1895

Jan. 2, Werner Co., for books

Boston School Supply
Co. (books and supplies
American Book Co., for

books
Boston School Supply
Co., for blanks
1894

Apr. 26, Old bill 1892, 4 Onley's

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28

SALE OF OLD SCHOOL HOUSES.

DR.
1894

Apr. 14, Received of Christian

Endeavor society for
Hanson school house $50 00

Received of B. F. Lang

for Lang school house 16 00

Received of Greenleaf
Kenniston for Wad-
leys Falls school house 14 00

Received of John Jones
for Lee Hill school
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CR.






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Balance in treasurj-




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'Lewis I. DeMerritte, Treasurer.

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

I. D. Edgerly, Auditor.



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