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ANNUAL REPORTS



OF THE



Selectmen, Treasurer,

Highway Agents,



AND



Board of Education



and Vital Statistics of the



TOWN OF LEE, N. H.,



FOR THE



Year Ending February 15,
1910.



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ANNUAL REPORTS



OF THE



Selectmen, Treasurer,

Highway Agents,



AND



Board of Education

and Vital Statistics of the

TOWN OF LEE, N. H.,



FOR THE



Year Ending February 15,
1910.



PRINTED BY

THE MARSHALL PRESS,
DOVER, N. H.



TOWN OFFICERS.



MODERATOR,

BENTON E. LAYNE.

SELECTMEN,

BEN. F. DAVIS, FRED C. YORK,

FRANK I. CALDWELL.

TOWN CLERK,

DANIEL E. PLUMMER.

TREASURER,

CHARLES A. WOODMAN.

TAX COLLECTOR,

DANIEL E. PLUMMER.

SUPERVISORS,

CHARLES A. FERNALD, WILLYS P. TUTTLE,

WALTER W. JONES.

BOARD OF EDUCATION,

HELEN B. McRAE, FRED P. CUMMINGS,

FRED C. YORK.

AUDITORS,

J. TRUE BARTLETT, ARTHUR J. THOMPSON-



STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE.



Inventory of the Town of Lee for the Year 1909.



NO. VALUATION

Polls, 135 $13,500

Real Estate, 11,871A 212,240

Horses, 188 13,520

Oxen, 24 1,680

Cows, 307 8,080

Neat Stock, 183 3,370

Sheep, 173 800

Fowls, 540 270

Automobiles, 2 1,300

Portable Mills, 2 1,200

Bank Stock, 3,420

Money at Interest, 7,600

Stock in trade, 9,990

Mills and Machinery, 11,500



Total Valuation, $288,470



SELECTMEN'S ACCOUNT.



For the Year ending February 15, 1910.



Resident valuation, $240,280 00

Non-resident valuation, 48,190 00



Total, 288,470 00
Tax on one hundred dollars, $1.40.
Tax assessed for all purposes,

APPROPRIATED AS FOLLOWS:

State tax, 1 1,128 00

County tax, 1,034 47

School tax, 1,057 50

Library, 42 30

Highways, 721 17

Overlay, 55 u



Amount assessed for all purposes, 4,038 58

School tax paid in Newmarket and Durham, 31 16



Amount of collector's list, 4,007 42

SCHOOL MONEY.
School tax, $1,057 50

Unexpended dog licenses, 112 44

Literary fund, 1908-1909, 88 10



$1,258 04



HIGHWAYS.

Perry L. Harvey, road agent, $119 20

L. H. Snell, road agent, 133 00

Geo. P. James, road agent, 124 50

W. J. Thurston, 1904, 5 00



BREAKING ROADS.

P. L. Harvey, agent, $43 62

G. P. James, agent, 83 95

L. H. Snell, agent, 35 60



TOWN PAUPERS.

A. E. Grant, attending G. F. Stevens, $12 00
A. E. Grant, moving G. F. Stevens to

County Farm, 2 50

Strafford County board for G. F.

Stevens, 46 00



COUNTY PAUPERS.

Chas. A. Fernald, board for Geo. W.

Randall at $1.50, $78 00



$381 70



$163 17



$60 50



78 00

State tax, $1,128 00

ABATEMENTS.

Albert W. Davis, soldier, 1908-1909, $18 70

Bert P. Thompson, overtaxed, 4 14

C. A. Atherton, taxed in Durham, 1 68

Benton E. Layne, mill, taxed in Alton, 8 40

Ben Stevens, soldier, 70

Edward Stewart, left town, 5 07

Geo. E. Chesley, overtaxed, 1 20



Lucius Danforth, left town, $1 33

Thos. Heald, left town, 2 27

Bert Hayes, left town, 1 73
John Bailey, unable to pay, 1907, 1908,

1909, 3 98
John W. Kelsey, paid in Newmarket,

1907, 1 25

Albert Gage, uncollectable, 1904, 26 89



MISCELLANEOUS.

B. F. Davis, mailing moth notices, $1 74

D. E. Plummer, supplies, 1 21
F. Fernald, M. D., returning births

and deaths, 1 25

J. B. Keniston, burying horse, 3 00

E. C. Eastman, tax book, 1 53
B. F. Davis, wood, 3 50



LIBRARY.

S. P. D. Lane, librarian, $25 00

D. E. Plummer, treasurer of library, 42 30



GENERAL EXPENSES.

J. True Bartlett, auditor 1909, $2 00

A. J. Thompson, auditor 1909, 2 00

W. W. Jones, supervisor 1907-1908, 10 50
The Record Press, printing town

reports, 28 00

A. E. Durell. ballot clerk 1904, 2 00

H. F. Caverno, supervisor 1908, 5 00

H. F. Caverno, ballot clerk 1904-1906, 4 00

Ben. F. Davis, selectman, 32 00



$77 34



$12 23



$67 30



Fred York, selectman, $32 00

Frank I. Caldwell, selectman, 32 00

John C. Bartlett, health officer, 6 00

D. E. Plummer, collector of taxes, 40 00

D. E. Plummer. town clerk, 20 00

C. A. Woodman, treasurer, 20 00

D. E. Plummer, mailing burial per-
mits, 2 25

D. E. Plummer, recording marriages,

births and deaths, 5 25

D. E. Plummer, postage and sta-
tionery, 3 00

B. F. Davis, expenses to Concord, 5 00

Henry Small, gate keeper 1908, 2 00



County tax,




SCHOOLS.




Helen B. McRae, school board 1908,


$20 00


Tuition, Chas. G. Hobbs, Newmarket,


46 97


Susie Hobbs, Newmarket,


25 79


Pauline Bartlett, Newmarket,


21 18


A. H. Keyes, Dover,


120 00


E. E. Babb & Co., supplies,


23 91


C. Dameron, supplies,


1 50


F. P. Cummings, school board,


17 00


F. C. York, school board,


17 00


Helen B. McRae, school board,


26 00


express on supplies,


1 46


C. A. Woodman, treasurer,


5 00


E. E. Babb & Co., supplies,


20 68



BRIDGES.
John McCrilhs > 600 ft - P lank > $ 12 00



$253 00
$1,034 47



$346 49



8

F. H. Fernald, 171 ft. plank, $4 10

P. L. Harvey, painting Wadleigh



bridge,






22 89


Berry & Shorey, paint and oil,




6 95








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RECAPITULATION.


School money,






$1,258 02


Highways,






381 70


Breaking roads,






163 17


Town paupers,







60 50


County paupers,






78 00


State tax,






1,128 00


Abatements,






77 34


Miscellaneous,






12 23


Library,






67 30


General expenses.






253 00


County tax,






1,034 47


Schools,






346 49


Bridges,






45 94


Amount of orders drawn,




SM OOfi 19


«Jpt,i7UU lO






Ben.


F. Davis,






Fred C. York,







Frank I. Caldwell,








Selectmen of Lee.



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

J. True Bartlett.
Arthur J. Thompson,

Auditors.



TREASURER'S REPORT.



For the Year Ending February 15, 1910.



Amount in treasury Feb. 15th, 1909,


$1,504 16


Received of County for board of






Lee poor, 1908,




78 00


Lee poor, 1909,




78 00


State treasurer.




, 1,553 60


D. E. Plummer,


tax




list 1908,




639 11


D. E. Plummer,


tax




list 1909,




3,200 00


D. E. Plummer,


dog




licenses,


URE


96 60


EXPENDIT


S.


Paid orders drawn by selectmen,




$5,061 96


Cash in treasury Feb. 15th, 1910,




2,087 51



FINANCIAL STATEMENT.

Due from D. E. Plummer, tax list

1908, $200 00
Due from D. E. Plummer, tax list

1909, 807 42
Cash in treasury Feb. 15th, 1910, 2,087 51



r,149 47



',149 47



$3,094 93



10

LIABILITIES.

Due from sale of old school houses, 48 00

Balance school house fund, 455 70



$503 70



Surplus, $2,591 23

('has. A. Woodman,

Treasurer.
J. True Bartlett,

Arthur J. Thompson,

Auditors.



HIGHWAY AGENTS' ACCOUNT.



CENTER DISTRICT.
Geo. P. James in account with the Town of Lee.



1909.




Received from the town,




Paid Frank Dearborn,


12 80


Dan. Fernald,


4 80


Wm. Luce,


12 60


John Bishop,


6 25


Woodbury S. Burleigh,


4 50


S. Smith,


3 00


F. C. York,


8 00


J. C. Bartlett,


4 00


J. H. Currier,


12 00


W. D. Smith,


9 00


G. P. James,


34 75


J. H. Currier for gravel,


10 30


Oscar Pendergast for gravel,


2 50


BREAKING ROADS.




Paid Frank Dearborn,


$3 50


F. C. Ellison,


3 00


John Bishop,


4 88


Walter D. Smith,


16 20


Everett Dalton,


1 65


Frank Oldham,


2 03


Thomas Stevens,


1 72


Jones Stevens,


97


Jones Whitehouse,


2 77



$208 45



12



Daniel Fernald,


$ 15


J. C. Bartlett,


9 40


Wilber Burleigh,


3 15


Woodbury Burleigh,


3 15


John H. Currier,


12 33


Frank P. Currier,


1 80


Geo. P. James,


17 25


SOUTH SIDE.




Pzrry L. Harvey in account with Town of


Received from the town,




Paid James R. Wright,


$20 00


John Q. Warren,


10 00


C. L. Mitchell,


13 50


Chas. Piper,


4 75


Frank E. Sewall,


6 00


Allen Harvey,


4 50


Henry Small


11 30


F. L. Allen,


3 15


W. P. Tuttle,


2 00


Walter Plumer,


25


Frank Mitchell,


2 50


N. S. G. Osgood,


4 00


Walter French,


5 00


Herbert Hill,


4 50


W. H. Mitchell,


1 00


P. L. Harvey,


26 75


W. A. Plumer,


1 58


W. P. Tuttle,


8 95


C. H. Allen,


50


Joseph Cate,


8 36


Henry Small,


2 18


W. M. Luce,


2 25



$208 45



$162 82



13



James


i Rollins,




$ 50


F. H.


Fernald,




4 00


W. H


. Mitchell,




5 00


P. L.


Harvey,




6 50


F. L.


Rollins,




1 50


F. E.


Sewall,




60


B. F.


Davis,




60


A. C.


Durgin,

NORTH




1 10




SIDE.






BREAKING ROADS.




L H.


Snell in account


with the town of


Received from the town,






Paid A. E.


Langmaid, 22 hrs. '.


labor,


$3 30


James Wiggin, 13




1 95


Sydney McKay, 5




75


Ellsworth Garrity, 8




1 20


Fred Smith, 12




1 80


L. H.


Snell, 51 with team,


17 85


B. E


. Layne,




6 05


C. E.


. Langley,




2 55


Geo.


D. Stimpson,




15



$162 82



$35 60



$35 60



STATE ROAD REPORT.



Amount in town treasury, $433 50

Amount in State treasury, 262 16



Total, joint fund for permanent
improvement, $695 66

TRUST FUNDS HELD BY THE TOWN OF LEE.

Old Parish Cemetery fund, deposited
in Strafford Savings bank (Con-
tributed by David Bartlett and
others, interest to be used for the
perpetual care of Old Parish Ceme-
tery.) $200 00



$15 00



TOWN HOUSE.

Paid Curtis Stimpson, janitor
Received rent, Apr. 8

May, 31

July, 5

Oct., 6


$1 00
1 00
1 00

12 00






LIBRARIAN'S REPORT.



Lee Public Library; Open Saturdays from 2 to 5 p. m.
No. of books, February 15, 1909, 1,377
No. of books, February 15, 1910, 1,436
No added, 59



$15 00



15



No. of books issued,


1,504


Per week,


21 5-500


Respectfully,




Susan P. E


►. Lane,




Librarian.


BOOKS ADDED THIS


YEAR.


Old Boston Days and Ways,


M. C. Crawford


Further Adventures of Quincy Adams Sawyer, C. F. Pidgin


Anne of Green Gables,


L. M. Montgomery


Aunt Jane of Kentucky,


E. C. Hall


The Land of Long Ago,


E. C. Hall


Truxton King,


McCutcheon


The Castle by the Sea,


H. B. M. Watson


Irene of the Mountains,


G. C. Eggleston


For the Norton Name,


Hollis Godfrey


The Danger Mark,


R. W. Chambers


Stradella,


F. M. Crawford


The Master,


I. Bacheller


Keziah Coffin,


J. C. Lincoln


John Marvel, Assistant,


T. N. Page


The Key of the Unknown,


R. N. Carey


The Price of Lis Doris,


M. Maartens


My Mamie Rose,


0. Kildare


Power Lot, God Help Us,


S. P. McL. Greene


Reuben's Hindrances,


"Pansy"


Two Biddicut Boys,


Trowbridge


Silas Strong,


I. Bacheller


Capt. Eri,


J. C. Lincoln


Betty Vivian,


L. S. Meade


Bravo Bob,


Andrew Home


Jeanne of the Marshes,


Oppenheim


The Chippendales,


Robert Grant



16



Bob. Hampton of Placei,

Anne of Avonlea,

The Calling of Dan Matthews,

Bella Donna,

The Soul of Lilith,

Nancy Stair,

By Snare of Love,

When Wilderness was King,

The Goose Girl,

A Lady of Quality,

The Woodranger,

Betty Wales, B. A.,

Betty Wales & Co.,

Great Men's Sons,

A Bookful of Girls,

Captain Sam,

The Big Brother,

A Puritan Knight Errant,

The Country Band,

Signal Boys of 75,

New Hampshire, as It Is. (1856)

A History of the World, Vol. 2,

Reminescences of the Missionaries,

Woman and her Saviour in Persa,

The Christian's Secret of a Happy

Man's Wrongs

Recollections of Mary Lyon,

Waverly,

Studies in the Scriptures, Vol. 1,

Vol. 2,
Vol. 3,

Poems,

History of Exeter,

The Bench and the Bar.

Granite Monthly.



R. Parrish

L. M. Montgomery

H. B. Wright

R. Hichens

M. Corelli

E. M. Lane

A. W. Marchmont

R. Parrish

Harold McGrath

F. H. Burnett

G. W. Browne

M. Warde

M. Warde

Elbridge S. Brooks

Anna Fuller

G. C. Eggleston

G. C. Eggleston

E. Robinson

H. A. Shute

James Otis

E. A. Charlton

John Inman

Mrs. M. M. H. Hills



Life,



Kate Manton
F. Fiske
W. Scott



V. Ramsey



TREASURER'S REPORT.



Lee Public Library 15, 1910.



Received from town, $42 30
EXPENDITURES.

Paid deficit on 1908, 3 62

Express on two books, 35

DeWolfe, Fiske & Co., books, 24 20

Express, 45

DeWolf, FisV & Co.,books, 12 94

Express, 45

Postage, 25

Cash in treasury, 04

$42 30



D. E. Plummer, Treasurer.
J. True Bartlett,
Arthur J. Thompson,
Auditors.



Annual Report



OF THE



Board of Education



For the Year Ending Feb. 15, 1909.



EXPENDITURES.



NORTH LEE SCHOOL.

June 25, 1909, Olive J. Hall, $114 00

Nov. 19, 1909, Carlotta Damren, 88 00

Feb. 11, 1910, Carlotta Damren, 93 50

Paid for wood and fitting, 17 00
Building fires and care school room,
water pail, cleaning school house

and closets, 10 75



CENTER SCHOOL.

June 25, 1909, Lena L. Boynton, $110 00

Dec. 17, 1909, Lena L. Boynton, 160 00

Paid for wood and fitting, 20 80

Cleaning school house, 3 00

Dame Bros., lumber, two cords

wood, 11 68

F. P. Comings, telegram and
telephone,

Broom, soap and soap powder,

F. C. York, building fence,

SOUTH LEE

June, 25, 1909, Edith M. Stickney
Dec. 17, 1909, Edith M. Stickney,
Jan. 27, 1910, Edith M. Stickney,
Paid for wood and fitting,



1 51


r, 65


2 70


SCHOOL.


$88 00


112 00


36 00


22 00



$323 25



$310 34



20

Cleaning school house, 3 00

Paint and painting inside school
room, 11 33

Building fires two weeks, 1 00

Newmarket School District, tui-
tion, of B. F. McDaniel, Chas.
Currier, Susie Hobbs, $43 00



$316 33

FOR TEACHING MUSIC.

June 25, 1909, Ethel Durgin, 33 33

Feb. 15, 1910, Ethel Durgin, 66 67

$100 00

Total expenses, $1,049 92

Helen B. McRae,
Fred C. York,

School Board of Lee.
J. True Bartlett,
Arthur J. Thompson,

Auditors.



21

ROLL OF PERFECT ATTENDANCE FOR THE YEAR
ENDING SEPTEMBER, 1909.

North Lee. — First term: Helen I. Layne, Gertrude McKay.

Third term : Dexter Layne, Helen I. Layne,

Nehemiah R. Snell, Albert Stimpson.
Center Lee. — First germ, Grover W. Smithy Iber M. Smith,

Nellie A. Smith.

Third term : Lester Hale, Nelson Kinney.
South Lee. — First term: Lucia J. Plumer.

Second term: Lucia J. Plumer, John A.

Hathaway.



EXPENDITURES.
1909
Apr. 24, Mrs. Sarah F. Small, cleaning South
Lee school house,

24, Helen B. MacRae ; cleaning North Lee

school house and closets,
June 4, Edith M. Stickney, teaching South Lee
school,

25, Edith M. Stickeny, teaching South Lee

school,
25, Lena.Boynton, teaching Center school,
25, Ethel Durgin, teaching music.
25, Olive J. Hall, teaching North Lee school,
Oct. 9, Edith M. Stickney, teaching South Lee
school,
25, Carlotta Damren, teaching North Lee
school,
Nov. 2, Edith M. Stickney, teaching South Lee
school,
2, Carlotta Damren, teaching North Lee
school,



$3 00


5 00


64 00


24 00


110 00


33 33


114 00


32 00


40 00


32 00


32 00



22

Nov. 27, Newmarket school district, 35 00

27, Susan Howe, cleaning Lee Hill school

house, 3 00

27, F. C. Ellison, wood, 34 00

Dec. 2, Grover Smith, fitting wood, 4 80

12, Carlotta Damren, teaching North Lee

school, 33 00

12, Alex. MacRae, wood and fitting same, 13 50

17, Lena L. Boy nton, teaching Lee Hill, 160 00

17, Edith M. Stickney, teaching South Lee

school, 48 00

Jan. 22, Geo. Gregory, building fires two weeks, 1 00

7, Carlotta Damren, teaching North Lee

school, 34 00

27, Edith M. Stickney, teaching South Lee

school, 36 00

Feb. 11, Carlotta Damren, teaching North Lee

school, 42 50

11, Carlotta Damren, building fires, eleven

weeks, 5 50

11, E. P. Pinkham, tuition at Newmarket, 8 00

11, W. E. Ryau, labor painting South Lee

school house, 3 00

15, S. W. Sherborne, one cord pine and fit-
ting. 3 50
15, Helen B. MacRae, water pail North Lee

school, 25

15, D. L. Burleigh, fitting wood South Lee

school, 4 00

15, Dame Bros., lumber and wood, 1 1 68

15, J. H. Griffin, paint, glass, putty and

dryer, 4 33

15, F. P. Comings, telegram and telephone, 151



23

15, D. E. Plummer, broom, soap and soap

powder,
15, F. C. York, building fence at Lee Center,
15, F. C. York, labor painting South Lee

school room,
15, Ethel Durgin, teaching music in Lee

school,

Total, $1,049 92



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REPORT OF THE TREASURER OF THE

LEE SCHOOL DISTRICT

For the Year Ending February 15, 1910.



Amount in the treasury, Feb. 15th,

1909, $422 44

Received from town, 1909, 1,057 50

Received from dog licenses, 1908, 112 44

Received, Literary Fund 1908 and

1909, 88 10

$1,680 48

EXPENDITURES.

Paid orders drawn by school board, $1,053 92
Cash on hand Feb. 15th, 1910 626 56

1,680 48



FINANCIAL STATEMENT.

Money deposited in the treasury from

sale of old school houses, $48 00

Balance of money raised to build
school houses and deposited in town
treasury, 455 70



$503 70



Charles A. Woodman,

Treasurer.



J. True Bartlett,
Arthur J. Thompson,
Auditors.



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Charles E. Wiggin
Kate Lynch
Samuel Mclntire
Isabel A. Sanborn
Geo. H. Menter
Alice M. Brown
John £ciark
Annie B. Stimpson


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Ernest W. Menter
Florance M. Clark


Place of
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Nashua, N H




Date
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Online LibraryLee (N.H. : Town)Report of the superintending school committee of the Town of Lee, N.H. for the year ending (1909-1910) → online text (page 1 of 1)