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University of New Hampshire

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Antrim, NH Annual Reports

New Hampshire Town Annual Reports

1-1-1909

Annual reports of school board, selectmen, treasurer, overseer of

Annual reports of school board, selectmen, treasurer, overseer of

poor, library trustees, road agents and the treasurer of the South

poor, library trustees, road agents and the treasurer of the South

Antrim Village fire precinct, of the town of Antrim for year ending

Antrim Village fire precinct, of the town of Antrim for year ending

February 15, 1909; Also, tables of vital statistics for the year

February 15, 1909; Also, tables of vital statistics for the year

ending December 31, 1908.

ending December 31, 1908.

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Of

School

Board, Selectmen, Treasurer,

Overseer

of Poor, Library Trustees,

Road

Agents,

and

the Treasurer of the

South

Antrim

Village Fire

Pre-cinct, of the : : : : :

Town

of

Antrim

For

the

Year

Ending

February

1^,

1909;

also

Ta-bles of Vital Statistics for the

Year

Ending

De-cember

Mst,

1908

: : : :

ANTRIM. N. H.:

H.WEBSTER ELPREUGE, BOOK AND JOBPKINTEK,

1909.

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School Treasurer's Report

Report of the Treasurer of the School

Board

of the

Town

of

Antrim

for the year ending February 15. 1909.

Cash

on

hand

from last year $1,082 44 Received from

Town

Treasurer:

For District Schools

For

High

School

BooRs

and

Supplies

Repairs on School

Houses

Superintendent's salary Literary fund Dog- tax State lund Goodell fund I'uition

Sale of books

and

supplies Sale of grass

Donation for Music

Town

Treasurer, for flags

Total

amount

received

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DISTRICT SCHOOLS.

FINANCIAL

STATEMENT.

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6

Received from

Town

for

Flag, rope, etc.,

6A6

Donation for music, 50.00

$5,210.03

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Cora Coffin, div. 4, 18 wks., 126.00

Helen D. Daggett, music, 16 wks., 48.00

$2,435.50

DISTRICT

FUEL.

Alvin Smith, coal, Dis. 1, $24.00 \\\ P.

Mudge,

putting in wood, Dis. 1, 2.00

Alvin Smith, coal, Dis. 1. 22.09

J. E. Perkins,

wood.

Dis. 1. . 28.00

Alvin Smith, coal, Dis. 1, 7.13

Geo. F. Perry, wood, Div. 4, 15.00 Bertie

M.

Swett,

sawing

wood, Div. 3, 1.00 C. F. Holt Est., wood, Div. 2, 2.00

W. W.

Merrill,

wood,

Div. 2, 40.00

W.

P.

Mudge,

putting in

wood,

Div. 1, 4.20

J. E. Faulkner,

sawing

w^ood, Div. 1, 4.55

Alvin Smith, coal, Div. 1, 107.74

Abner

Crombie, wood, Div. 3, 10.00 Alvin Smith, coal Div. 1, 59.37

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\\\ E.

Cram,

express, 1-30 (^i:o.

AW

Hunt, repairs, Div. 2, 2.65 Geo.

W.

Butterfield, repairs, Div. 1, 5.30 \\'. E.

Cram,

frt., water tax, etc., 4.10

W.

P.

Mudge,

grading, 1.00

Davis Bros.

&

Co., lock

and

rope for flag 2.51

C. F.

Woodward,

putting

up

flag rope, 1.25

F. C. Johnson, postage,

program

blanks, etc., 3.09

Rand,

McXally

&

Co., maps, 8.00

Goodell Co.,

making

table, 3.75 C. F.

W^ood

vard.

work

and material, Div. 1, 1.30

W.

P.

Mudge,

c;-rtai:is. Div. 1, 3.00

H. E. Remington, cotto waxo, 6.00

F. C. Johnson, expense, 3.47

E. E.

Babb

&

Co., flag, 3.15

W.

E.

Cram,

express, freight, etc., 7.54 C. H. Bass, carrying water, 5.00

Davis Bros.

&

Co.. glass, etc., 3.24

\V. E.

Cram,

Treas., water tax, 2.66

Edwin

H. Taylor, bond, 1.12

W.

P.

Mudge,

repairs, Div. 1, 1.25

W.

E.

Cram,

glass and exp. 1.89 Goodell Co.,

work

and lumber, 1.75 B. K. Bryer, cleaning vaults and sand 3.75

D. B.

Dunham,

sundry supplies, 2.78

H. A. Hurlin, postage, telephone, water keg, etc., 5.26

S. E.

Emery,

postage. 1.32

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10

W.

W.

Eldridge, printing, etc., 6.80

$104.35

DISTRICT JANITORS.

Wm.

P.

Mudge,

Div. 1, $90.12 Francis WJiittimore, Div. 2, 12.00

Raymond

Butterfield, Div. 2, 6.00

Aura

Carr, Div. 3, 8.00

Ferdinand Haefeli, Div, 4, 6.00

$122.12

DISTRICT

CLEANING

SCHOOL

HOUSES.

W.

P.

Mudge,

Div. 1, $44.66

C. F. Butterfield, Div. 2, 4.00

Mrs. C.

M.

Harvey, Div. 3, 2.00

Aura

Carr, Div. 3, 50

Mrs. C. Haefeli, Div. 4, 2.75

$53.91

DISTRICT

REPAIRS.

F. P. Ellingwood, cementing coal bin, $20.50 Geo.

W.

Butterfield, repairs to vault, 13.20 C. F.

Downes,

shingling, Div. 1, 195.00 C. F.

Downes,

shingling, for Div. 3, 40.75

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J. E.

Hudson

&

Co., painting ceiling, Div. 1 6.00

J. G. Abbott Est., lumber, 70

G.

W.

Hunt, plumbing, Div. 1, 23.58

$439.88

SUPERINTENDENT'S

SALARY.

Edwin

H. Taylor, District Treasurer, $93.75

Edwin

H. Taylor, District Treasurer, 93.75

Edwin

H.

Taylor, District Treasurer, 187.50

$375.00

TRANSPORTATION.

Mrs.

James

Cuddihy, $140.00 A. E. Cutter, 70.00 R. E.

Whitney,

9.00 B. K. Bryer, 79.00 $298.00

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HIGH

SCHOOL.

Financial Statement.

To

Balance on hand, February 15, '08, $192.76

Appropriation for

High

School 1,456.00

Tutition

from

other

towns

90.00

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Alvin Smith, coal, $95.41 J. E. Perkins,

wood,

12.00

W.

P.

Mudge,

putting in

wood,

1.80

T. E. Faulkner,

sawing

wood, 1.95

$111.16

HIGH

SCHOOL

BOOKS.

E. E.

Babb

&

Co., $11.82

D. C.

Heath

&

Co., 7.00

American

Book

Co., 1.80

E. E.

Babb

&

Co., 2.80

Ginn

&

Co., , 1.89

American

Book

Co., 1.44

E. E.

Babb

&

Co., , 12.99

Ginn

&

Co., 18.27

Ginn

&

Co., , 1.80

G. G. Birchard

&

Co., 4.85

E. E.

Babb

&

Co., 11.33

D. C.

Heath

&

Co., 2.75

American

Book

Co., 7.84

E. E.

Babb

&

Co., 7.63

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HIGH

SCHOOL

SUPPLIES.

E. E.

Babb

&

Co., $5.18

J. E.

Hammett

&

Co., 2.66

E. E.

Babb

&

Co., 2.50

H.

W.

Eldredge 1.50

E. E.

Babb

&

Co., , 7.63

L. E.

Knott Apparatus

Co., 10.30 E. E.

Babb

&

Co., 1.60

Dartmouth

Press . 4.00

L. E.

Knott Apparatus

Co., 2.25

Geo.

W.

Haslet 3.20

H.

M.

Weigel

1.20

E. E.

Babb

&

Co., 7.27 $49.29

HIGH

SCHOOL—

MISCELLANEOUS.

L. E.

Knott Apparatus

Co., apparatus, $20.97

Arthur

W.

Hall Scientific Co., apparatus, 24.90

W.

E.

Cram,

Treas., water rent, 1.25 C.

W.

Prentiss, engrossing diplomas, 1.00

Harry

Deacon, ribbon for diplomas, 84 G. J. Appleton, music for graduation, 10.00

H.

W.

Eldredge,

programs

for graduation 8.00

C. F.

Woodward,

repairs, 4.97

F. C. Johnson, expenses 5.06

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HIGH

SCHOOL—

Cleaning School

Room.

W.

P.

Mudge,

$17.64

We

hereby certify that

we

have

examined

the

fore-going accounts of the officers of the School District,

and

find

them

properly

vouched and

correctly cast.

WARREN

W.

MERRILL,

W.

E.

CRAM,

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REMARKS

Since our last annual meeting, the school houses

in Divisions 3, 4, 5, 6 and 7, have each

had

a secondcoat of paint (the first coat

was

put on last year)

and

the buildings in Divisions 1 and 3 have been shingled. This work, with a few

minor

repairs has used all of the

money

appropriated for this purpose.

In 1907, the school

rooms

in Division 1

were

pain-ted inside.

We

recommend

that a

sum

of

money

be ap-propriated at the school meeting, to paint the inside of school

rooms

in Divisions 2, 3 and 4.

You

will see in our Financial Report the

sum

of $50.00 received for music. This

sum

was

given,

through the Superintendent,

by

some

one

unknown

to the School Board, for the teaching of music in our

schools.

The

conditions

were

that the School

Board

should appropriate $50.00

more

and engage a special teacher for music.

We

deemed

it advisable to accept the ofifer and are

now

teaching music under the supervision of a teacher

who

devotes one

day

each

week

to the

Antrim

schools.

She

is hired for the rest of the school year. It will also

be noted that out of the $250 appropriated for

Super-intendent's salary,

we

have used only $187.50, having

a balance of $62.50 in our hands.

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17

year for $187.50,

we may

not be able to do so again.

Therefore Ave advise appropriating $187.50 for the

com-ing year. This with the $62.50

now

on hand, will

make

$250.00 available, if it is needed. Respectfully submitted,

CHARLES

F.

BUTTERFIELD,

HEXRY

A.

HURLIN,

CHARLOTTE

M.

HARVEY,

School Board.

From

The

Superintendent

Members

of the School

Board

:

My

third annual report is herewith submitted.

As

has been the

custom

I will

make

only a brief statement. I

would recommend,

however, that a longer report be provided for in the future, as

more

details of interest to the

community

could be incorporated.

The

interest of the townspeople in their schools

was

well

shown

at the school exhibition held at the

close of the winter term last year.

A

display of the

work

done

by

the children

was

made

at a considerable efforton the part ofthe teachers.

The

numbers

present,

amply

justified this effort.

In addition to a suitable supply of text books in

all the subjects, including supplementary reading,

we

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also

drawing

paper and crayon for the development of this constructive

form

of expression

by

the children.

By

the kindness of a friend of the school,

we

have been provided with half the

amount

necessary for the salary of a special teacher in music. Miss

Helen

D. Daggett, a graduate of the

Weaver

system of teaching music, is serving as our teacher for the year. Instruc-tion is given

by

her each week,

and

by

the teachers

throughovt the

week

under her supervision.

The wook

has been put

on

a

good

basis,

and

is progressing in a

very satisfactory manner. I thing it will be continued, for music definitely helps the other

work

by

giving rest for it, and it provides for a chaste

and

elevating expres-sion of the conditions, thus having a distinctly moral

influence. I doubt if

any

one other subject will give

our pupils, in futue life,

more enjoyment

or social

ad-vantage.

Our

school

work

is of a very satisfactory character in

many

respects.

The

pupils are well behaved, indus-trious and obedient. Especially to be noted is the splendid attendance record of the Center Schools dur-ing the thirteen

weeks

of the Fall term. Attendance

in the

Grammar

room was

perfect,

and

there occurred

only one tardiness for the term."

The

Primary

record

was

nearly as good. I

am

glad to say that this record is only the natural result of the strong interest in their

work

shown

by

the pupils and teachers.

Below

the

High

School

two

teachers resigned from

service. Mrs. Florence Rice, of

Grade

nine,

and

Miss

Ethel C.

Duncan,

of the East School. In the

High

School both Principal Newell and his assistant ob-tained other positions

and were

succeeded

by Leroy M.

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the East School. these have proved

their work.

One

of the bills before the Legislature at the pres-ent writing proposes to give State aid to certain towns,

of three dollars per week, for each teacher in service

who

is a

Normal

School graduate, or

who

holds a State certificate.

Three

of our present teachers are

Normal

School graduates.

As

at present situated, this

would

mean

$99.00 per year for each teacher, or $297.00 for the three, to

come

to the district as State aid. If the bill

becomes

a law, strons^ effort should be

made

to re-quire our grade teachers in the village, at least, to

meet

these requirements.

A

further provision of the billwill give us from

two

to three dollars per

week

of schooling, or about $66.00 to $99.00 annually on the basis of pupils' attendance.

A

still further provision

would

give the

town

State aid to the

amount

of four dollars per week,

in addition to that

now

given, or $132 to $144 per year

toward

the Superintendent's salary if

one

is employed.

This above

would

make

the net cost to the

town

under

the present arrangement something less than $50 per

year for supervision.

Here

would

be an addition to

our school funds of something over$500.00

on

our pres-ent basis

by

the passage of this bill.

The

possession of this extra

sum

of

money

would

enable the

town

to turn its attention to a further ex-tension of the

work

of the schools.

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High

School, either an As^ricultural Course or a

Me-chanic Arts Course.

The

former

would

directly help train the boys to remain on the farm; the latter

would

give the boy's training in

wood

and

iron working.

Such

a course

would

train boys to

become

skilled

workmen

in our local industries, and

would

give a

knowledge

of tools

and

their use on

wood

or iron for the future far-mer.

It

would

also be possible to unite under the

same

instructor,

manual

training in the grades.

There

is not space in a report of this kind to explain either

course fully, or

my

reasons for preferring one of these to a

Commercial

Course. I shall be very glad to give a public discussion of these points

whenever

the inter-est will warrant it. I shall also be glad to discuss it

with individuals.

With

a clear outlook of

what

is

com-ing,

we

shall be able to avoid duplicating expense or of missing opportunities to provide for the future at

much

less expense

by

taking advantage of circumstan-ces as they arise.

At

our school exhibition held last winter, the

towns-people

came

in large

numbers

in spite of the

stormy

night. I wish to express

my

appreciation of the cour-tesies received in this

and

other

ways

from

the

com-munity,

and

to thank the teachers

and

School

Board

for their willing co-operation in this important phase

of our civic life for

which

we

are all responsible to future citizens.

I

hand you

herewith reports of the

High

School

Principal,

and

the Supervisor of Music.

Respectfully submitted,

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ROLL

OF HONOR.

Perfect attendance for three years ending June, 1908

Center

Primary

Addie

B. Whittemore.

Perfect attendance for

two

years ending- June, 1908:

Grades

VIL-VIIL—

Wallace A. George. Center

Primary

Addie

B.

Whittemore.

Perfect Attendance. Sept. 1907, to June 1908.

Grade

IX.—

Helen

E. McClure.

Grades

Vn.-VHL

Frances Roberts,

Mae

Harris.

Mary

Hills.

Grades

V.-VL

Stanley G.

Warner,

Alice Paige.

Grades

L-H.

Anna

Fluri.

Center

Grammar

Mildred iHolt, Myrtie Whitte-more. Gerald

Young.

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Attendance from

Septtmber, 1907, to June, 1908

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From

The

Supervisor of Music

To

the Superintendent of Schools :

Music

in the schools in

Antrim

is an innovation.

To

one v,ho realizes the true value of music, this ad-dition is most welcome.

Music

has real intellectual value. It requires concentration,

form

habit of accu-racy, and as

many

are not used to hearing their

own

singing voices, it develops self control.

The

singing of songs is really the

aim

of all music

in the schools.

But

to sing songs well, the pupils

must

be able to read music accurately. This year I

am

con-vinced that the beginning of a

good

foundation in read-ing music has been laid, one that will last.

The

pupils

have taken hold of the

work

in splendid shape.

My

teaching in Antrim, has been a real pleasure,

made

pos-sible only

by

the hearty co-operation of both teachers

and

pupils.

Respectfully submitted,

HELEN

D.

DAGGETT,

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From The

Principal

Mr. F. C. Johnson, Superintendent:

As one-half of the school yearis over and the mid-year examinations completed, we feel morecapable of judging the

High School pupils' work than we should have felt ourselves capable of doing two months ago.

The

result of those ex-aminations was in most cases very satisfactory.

We

are glad to say that the attendance for the most part has been very good.

We

have had.an average monthly at-tendance of about

^4%.

The

pupils also haveshown a wil-lingnessto work which is very encouraging.

At the beginning of the school year

we

had forty-three pupils enrolled upon our register. This is the largest

num-ber that the High School hashad for some time and it isdue to the fact that over 9^

%

of the pupils attending school last

year, returned this year.

The

faculty of the

High

School was

new

at the begin-ning of the school yearand of course the systemof teaching

was different from that of last year. It has been our effort

and is stillour aim, to give the pupil knowledge other than that which he gets directly from the text-book.

Not

that

we

would do away with the text-books;

we

musthave them as a

foundation, but

we

are trying to

make

the papil think out things for himself. In otherwords,

we

are trying tohave the students determine for themselves the cause and effect of things.

We

have two courses of study, theClassical and the

Sci-entific Course. About two-thirds of the pupils take this

lat-ter course, which is supposed to be the more practical.

The

Classical course meets the College reciuirements.

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the state, it will be ourconstant effort to keep it as such.

Much

of the success that

we

have had is due to the good work and co-operation of each of the several teachers.

We

are also grateful to our janitor for his efficiency in caring for ourbuilding.

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AUDITOR'S

ACCOUNT.

For

the

Year

Ending

February 15, 1909,

Warren

W.

Merrill and

George H.

Hutchinson,

audi-tors, for the year 1908, charge Elliott

W.

Baker, collec-tor of taxes, with

amount

of taxes

committed

to

him

for collection

by

Oscar

H.

Robb, William

H.

Hill

and

Chas.

D. White, selectmen of

Antrim

Amount

of

Tax

Warrants

$13,929 13

Supplementary

Tax

142 58

$14,071 71

CREDIT.

By

receipts from Treasurer $13,252 43

Uncollected 819 28

$14,071 71

E.

W.

Baker, collector, 1907, uncollected $410 18

By

receipts $340 86

Abatement

60 78

Uncollected 8 54

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30

Ephraim

Simonds, collector, 1906, uncollected $30 21

Collected $5 60

Abatements

15 40

Uncollected 9 21

$30 21

George

P. Little, Treasurer of

Town

of

Antrim

for the year 1908, in account with said

town

:

Balance from 1907

Albert Clement, rent

E.

W.

Baker, collector, 1907

Town

Clerk,

dog

tax

O.

H.

Robb,

Dunn

land

O. H. Robb, on note

Hiram

B.

Dodge,

on note

E.

W.

Baker, collector, 1908

Antrim

Fire Dept., J.

Burnham,

Treasurer, note

Harry

Dracon, rent E.

W.

Baker, collector

O,

H.

Robb, county

R. C. Goodell, Tr.

Cem.

Asso'n

E.

W.

Baker, collector E.

W.

Baker, rent

E.

W.

Baker, electric lights E.

W.

Baker,

town

drunk

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W.

town

Cummings

E.

W.

Baker, collector

Helen

Burnham,

on note J. G.

Abbott

Est., on note

Augusta Duncan, on

note

Carl

Tewksbury,

hall rent E.

W.

Baker, collector E.

W.

Baker, collector Chester, Conn., on note State of

New

Hampshire

E.

W.

Baker, collector

W.

F. Dickey, rent

Lane

&

Weeks,

rent Forest Smith, sidewalk

Chas. S. Abbott, Treasurer Saltmarsh fund

O. H. Robb, overseer poor

E.

W.

Baker, collector

M.

E. Nay,

dog

license B. L. Brooks, sidewalk

Ephraim

Simonds, collector, 190G

E.

W.

Baker, collector Chas.

H.

Boutelle, rent E.

W.

Baker, collector E.

W.

Baker, collector

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CREDIT.

By

cash paid,

town

orders $19,972 09

Cash

in Treasurer's hands 2,416 07

$22,388 16

Goodell Co., street lights $1,190 00

Goodell Co., discount, street lights 152 68

$1,037.32

MISCELLANEOUS

ORDERS

PAID.

Morton

Paige, insurance

W.

C, Hills, insurance

Anson

Swett, insurance

Edson

C.

Eastman,

record books

W.

L. Kelso, returning death C. F.

Woodward,

labor and

lumber

C.

H.

Tewksbury,

care of

town

hall

James

A. Elliott, coal

O.

H.

Robb, stamps

E.

W.

Baker, justice, C.

Brooks

case

Chas.

Dunn,

land for taxes C. R. Jameson, insurance C. R. Jameson, insurance

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O.

H.

Robb, telephoning

Anson

Swett. insurance

J. E.

Hudson

&

Co., labor and

ma-terials

j. A. Elliott, coal

M.

E. Nay, postage G.

W.

Hunt, radiator

W.

H. Hill, brown-tail

moth

bill

W.

H. Hill, services, sexton E. F. Heath, winding

town

clock

W.

C. Hills,

•"snnnce

J. A. Elliott, coal

H.

W.

Eldredge, printing

town

reports

H.

W.

Eldredge, official ballots

O. H. Robb, brown-tail

moth

bill

Martin

&

Howe,

counsel fee E,

W.

Baker, insurance Alvin Smith, coal

W.

H.

Hill, brown-tail

moth

bill

C. D. White, brown-tail

moth

bill

C. D. White, postage stamps

S. J. Appleton, tuning piano

O. H. Robb, telephoning

O.

H.

Robb, expense to

Concord

and

Wilton

2 95

Anson

Swett, copying invoice

and

(35)

34

E. C. Paige, G. A. R. 50 00

M.

P. Mcllvine, sexton 2 50

G.

W.

Hunt,

drain pipe 74 00

C. F.

Woodward,

labor 31 00

M.

E. Nay,

drawing

juror

and

copy-ing invoice 9 25

Willard

Manning,

cleaning Saltmarsh

stone

S. Patterson,

cement

Edson

C.

Eastman,

tax

book

J. E.

Hudson

&

Co., painting

town

hall

C.

H. Tewksbury,

cleaning

town

hall C. H.

Tewksbury,

care of

town

hall

W.

H.

Hill, sexton

W.

R. Cochrane, laying wall G. B. French, counsel fee

C. A. Whittermore, lumber, Mrs. French

M.

W.

French,

lumber

C. A.

Whittermore

C. A. Whittermore, drawings,

saw

bill 18 30

Frank

B. Gay, knife for road

machine

Amos

T.

Wyman,

tax, Tuttle farm

J. A. Melzer,

dog

license

J. A. Melzer

dog

license notices

S.

M. Adams, work

on books

W.

H.

Eldredge, printing

W.

H. Eldredge, invoice and taxes G. E. Hastings, insurance, Tuttle

Li-brary 100 00

(36)
(37)

3(5

W.

E.

Cram,

Mail-orders 11 79

M.

Biirnham, forest fires 65 90

O. H. Robb, forest fires 2 00

Arthur

S. Healy,

County

tax 957 05 C. F.

Woodward,

labor and lock hall 10 72 A. A.

Ramsey,

delivery of invoice

and taxes 5 00

Goodell Co., repairs and reflectors 84 89 Goodell Co., lights,

town

hall 138 41 E.

W.

Baker, insurance 60 00

W.

H.

Hill, sexton 6 50 C. H.

Tewksbury,

extra labor,

town

hall 3 50

C. H.

Tewksbury,

care

town

hall 50 00

C. H.

Tewksbury,

wood,

town

hall 11 00

Goodell Co., street lights 1,037 32

O.

H.

Robb, telephoning and postage 2 65

O.

H.

Robb, brown-tail

moth

bill 9 53

Arthur

Cutter, bridge plank 40 00

H.

Peabody,

damages

250 00

G.

W.

Wilson,

on

sewer pipe 80

G.

W.

Wilson, hose Co., Clinton and

Hill's fire 43 00 S.

Emery,

S. flags 6 46

G.

W.

Hunt, labor on trough 30 60

M.

E. Nay,

money

returned on

dog

license 6 00

M.

E. Nay, stamps and

drawing

jurors 4 50

(38)

O.

H. Robb, brown-tail

moth

bill W". E.

Cram,

pails,

town

hall S. J. Appleton, tuning piano

M.

Burnham,

fire

ward

Clinton fire G. G. Whitney, Jr., H.

&

S, Co.,

Clin-ton fire

F. C. Parmenter. expense to

Concord

Solon A. Carter, state tax

M.

E. Nay, recording and returning

W.

B. Bussel, death certificate

A. A. Chesnut, returning births, deaths

W.

H. Hill, car fare

and

stamps

F. G. W^arner. returning births

and

deaths 4 50

F. G. W'arner, fumigating.

Board

of

Health

C. D. White, brown-tail

moth

bill J. P. Hutchinson, sexton

H.

W.

Eldredge, printing L. H. Carpenter, rent

(39)

38

NOTES

AND

INTEREST.

T'aid notes

and

interest during year

amount-ing-to $3,102

00

SCHOOL

ORDERS.

Paid Scott

Emery,

Treasurer, school district,

orders amounting- to $5,560 23

POOR

ORDERS.

O.

H. Robb,

Overseer,

Sarah Fletcher, board, Mrs. A.

Cram

W.

Norris, board, Mrs. A.

Cram

M.

D. Poor,

wood

for

W.

G.

Wheeler

Davis Bros., goods for C. Brooks

M.

D. Poor, rent

Mrs. E. Couch, board of Mrs. A.

Cram

J. E. Perkins, care of tramps

C. A. Boutelle, care of tramps

W.

E.

Cram,

groceries

Mrs. E. Couch, board of Mrs. A.

Cram

Davis Bros., groceries for C.

Brooks

Alvin Smith, goods for

W.

G.

Wheeler

J. F. Grimes, rent, D. Craig

M.

D, Poor, rent, C.

Brooks

(40)

W.

E.

Cram,

groceries,

W.

G.

Wheeler

Will Ashford, care tramps

Irving Stowel, board B. Bourse

W.

Norris, board Mrs. A.

Cram

Davis Bros.

&

Co., clothing, Mrs.

Bowen

Elma

Rawleigh, nurse, J.

Atwoods

Harry

Deacon, clothing, Mrs.

H.

Bowen

E. V.

Goodwin,

shoes, Mrs. H. Boweii

C. F.

Downs,

groceries, Mrs.

H.

Bowen

W.

Ashford, care tramps

W.

E.

Cram,

groceries, A^^ G.

Wheeler

\y. Norris. board, Mrs. A.

Cram

D. B.

Dunham,

groceries

W.

Ashford, care tramps

Perly Wilson, cutting wood, C.

Severence

E. B. Severence.

meat

for C. Severence

M.

T. Lynch, watching C. Severence C. Brooks, watching C. Severence

A. Coolidg-e, watching C. Severence

T. F. Grimes, rent, D. Craig

^^^ E.

Cram,

c^roccries, C. Severence

M.

D. Poor. rent. L. B. Jones

W.

Ashford, care tramps

W.

R.

Munson,

services, C. Severence Alvin Smith, groceries, C. Severence

(41)

40

Alvin Smith, groceries,

W.

G.

Wheeler

3 45 Davis Bros., groceries, L. B. Jones 14 00

W.

Norris. board, Mrs. A.

Cram

14 00

M.

D. Poor,

wood,

W.

G.

Wheeler

5 88

TOWN

OFFICERS.

$386 82

C.

H.

Tewksbury,

police $20 00

C. F.

Woodward,

ballot inspector 2 50

G. H. Hutchinson, ballot inspector 2 50

C.

M.

Hills, ballot inspector 2 50

H.

W.

Eldredge, services as clerk 5 00

H.

W,

Eldredge, auditor 7 50

H.

W.

Eldredge, supervisor 5 00

F. F. Roach, auditor 7 50

W.

H.

Hills, selectman 25 00

G. F. Perry, supervisor 5 00 J. E. Perkins, police services 10 00

C. H. Boutelle, police services 7 00

C.

H.

Boutelle,

dog

constable 3 00 O.

H. Robb,

selectman 25 00

W.

P. Cuddihy, police 2 00 J. N. Nesmith, police 2 00 E. F. Heath, police 2 50

W.

Ashford, police 15 80 J. S. Nesmith, police 5 00

W.

P. Cuddihy, police 3 00

W.

Ashford, police 16 00 E. F. Heath, police 3 00

(42)

W.

Ashford, police

I.

Leon

Brownell, ballot inspector G. F. Perr}^ supervisor

\V. Ashford, police

A. S. Nesmith, ballot inspector G.

H.

Hutchinson

W.

P. Cuddihy, police

Caleb Hills, ballot inspector J. D. Hutchinson, supervisor

W.

Ashford, police

Morris

Burnham,

police

W.

Ashford, police

S.

Emery,

school treasurer

W.

E.

Cram,

moderator

yi. E. Nay,

town

clerk

W.

C. Hills, school clerk

O.

H.

Robb, overseerpoor

E.

W.

Baker, tax collector

W.

H. Hill, selectman

C. D. White, selectman

G. P. Little, tov^n treasurer O.

H.

Robb, selectman

C. F. Butterfield, school board

Mrs. C.

M.

Harvey, school board

H.

A. Hurlim, school board

H.

W.

Eldredge, supervisor

(43)
(44)

Smith

James

Green

M.

P. Alcllvine Silas Taft

W.

H.

Simonds

70 2 27 $6 00 87 87 C. A. Whittermore, Asrent $35 97 $7 74

W.

Welch,

breaking roads

Warren

Combs,

breaking roads

C. A. Whittermore, repairing harness C. F.

Downs,

tools and nails

$13 60 1 80 9 30 1 25 February,

1909:—

C. A. W^bittermore J. E. Perkins J. Green C. A.

Whittermore

12

(45)

44

O.

M.

Knapp

C. A.

Whittermore

B. K. Bryer

H. A.

White

O.

M. Knapp,

breaking roads F. A. Holt $1 50 17 40 8 00 4 00 J. Green

(46)
(47)

46

(48)

47

George

O. Joslin, dynamite $13 40 C. A. Whittermore, freight 35

H.

A.

White

$15 50 T. Brooks 7 88

H.

A.

White

$48 00 A. Flurie 3 00 •J. H. Elliott 1 00

August

:

(49)

48

September

:

(50)

49

H. E.

Young,

blacksmithing

C. F. Holt Est., bridge stringers

C. A. AMiittermore October: C. A.

Whittermore

E. E.

Loveren

W.

Con

graves G.

W.

Steavens S. G. Wallace Ed. Hall G. P. Craig B. K. Bryer Otto Barnes $1 50 1 00

(51)

50

November:

G. Steavens J. A. Elliott H. A.

White

W.

A. Treadwell

John

E.

Tenney

T.

M. Brooks

J.

W.

Brooks

S. G.

Wallace

J. Green D. R.

Ashford

T.

Brooks

S. G.

Wallace

F. A.

Whittermore

Fred E.

Ongley

M.

D. Hill L. E.

Loveren

O. Barnes

H.

E.

Young

C. A.

Whittermore

M. Burnham

C.

Happly

B.

&

M.

R. R. C. D.

White

O. Southerland, bridge plank

M.

W.

French

(52)

51

December

: L. E.

Loveren

S. G. Wallace C.

Whittermore

O. Barnes \V.

W.

Merrill E.

H.

Butterfield C.

H.

Bass G.

M.

Duncan

John E.

Tenney

C: A.

Whittermore

29 35

John

R.

Shea

3 00 $16

(53)

52

C. A. Whittermore, bridge plank of J. E.

Loveren

$89 82

G. O. Joslin, dynamite " 16 20

C. A. Whittermore, housing roller 3 00

C. A. Whittermore, sand,

W.

C. Hill 50

M.

P. Mcllvine, Agent.

May:—

M.

P.

Mclvine

H.

E. Boutelle S. Taft F. A. Holt

H.

G.

Peabody

L.

Swett

B. B.

Wing

M. H. AVood

A. Fisher

Drag

plank

G.

W.

Hunt,

drain pipe

Davis Bros., shovels and fuse

Sharpening picks and

powder

(54)

S. Taft

H.

Peabody

(55)

54 G.

W.

Horn

1 67 September:

M.

P. Mcllvine L. Swett S. Taft

H.

E. Boutelle G.

W.

Horn

H.

Swett F. A. Holt

Supplies for road

October:

(56)

55

(57)

56

RECAPITULATION.

Miscellaneous orders $6,253 71

Notes

and

interest 3,102 00

Poor

orders 386 82 School orders 5,560 23

Town

officers 1,005 91

Highways

3,663 42 $19,972 09

FINANCES

OF

TOWN.

Amount

of notes outstanding February 15,

1909 $20,618 24

(58)
(59)

58

AUDITORS' ACCOUNT.

For Year

Ending

February 25, 1909.

H.

W.

Eldredge and F. C. Parmenter, audi-tors of Precinct, charge E.

W.

Baker,

un-collected taxes, year 1907 $44 23 Credit

him by

sundry receipts from

treasurer $39 64

Tax

abated 3 78

Uncollected taxes 81

$44 23

E.

W.

Baker, Precinct tax

committed

to

him

for collection, year 1908 $932 51 Credit

by

receipts from treasurer $852 38

By

uncollected taxes 80 13

$932 51

William E.

Cram,

treasurer, in account with Precinct

DEBTOR.

To

cash from treasurer, 1907 $297 81

Water

rents for 1906 13 00

Water

rents for 1907 27 00

Water

rents for1908 1,974 26

(60)

Amoskeag

Savings

Bank

Fir.-t Xational Bank, Hillsboro

Ephraim Simonds

Morris

Burnham

C. P. X^ay, for pipe

C. F. Butterfield, for

wheelbarrow

Goodell Co., use of

pump

G. \\\ Hunt, for los^s

CREDITOR.

By

bonds and interest paid $5,830 00 Fire department, orders paid 182 63 [Miscellaneous orders paid 1,354 62

Water

rents, 1907, uncollected 8 00

Water

rents, 1908, uncollected 91 55

First National Bank, Hillsboro 936 00

(61)

60

Eight Precint bands due 1908 4,000 00

Three

Precinct

bonds

due 1913 1.500 00

$5,830 00

FIRE

DEPARTMENT

ORDERS

PAID.

G.

W.

Wilson, hose

company

$98 70

G. G.

Whitney,

Jr.,

hook and

ladder

company

62 50

Morris

Burnham.

fire

wards

21 43

MISCELLANEOUS ORDERS

PAID.

Elmer

Stowell, 2 cords

wood

Geo. E.

Woodward,

labor

Henry

H. Barnes, extinguishers

Morris

Burnham,

labor

and

supplies

American Steam

Gauge

Co., repair-ing water

gauge

G.

W.

Hunt, pipe

and

labor A. J.

La

Point, labor, engine house

F. P. Ellenwood, labor

and

cement

W.

C. Hills, insurance, engine house Florence Iron

Works,

hydrant and

fittings 31 75

Chas. Brooks, labor 88

Geo. Wilson, labor on hydrants 80

F. C. Parmenter, services as auditor,

1907-1908 3 00

(62)
(63)

62

Perley Wilson, labor C. E. Brooks, labor

Lorenzo

Smith, labor

Ray

M.

Hulett, labor F. P. Ellenwood, labor J. A. Whipple, labor

Geo. Stevens, labor A.

H.

Hutchinson, labor F. O. Bemis, labor R. L. Bemis, labor Albert N. Coolidge, labor

Geo. E.

Wdodward,

labor

Joseph Rogers, labor

James

St. John, labor A. H. Hutchinson, labor C. E. Brooks, labor J. A. Whipple, labor

F. O. Bemis, labor R. L. Bemis, labor

Geo. E.

Woodward,

labor

Albert N. Coolidge, labor

Perley Wilson, labor

Milton Tenney, expense to Manchester Milton Tenney, labor

Geo.

W.

Home,

labor

Chas.

H.

Bass,

teams

and labor

James

A. Elliott, labor with

team

Perley Wilson, labor

G.

W.

Home,

labor

J. F. Brennan, advice and

drawing

deed 5 00 7 00

(64)

FINANCES OF

PRECINT.

Amount

of outstanding-

Bonds

$5,500 00

Amount

of outstandino- Notes 1,200 00

$6,700 00

(65)

LIBRARIAN'S

REPORT.

Antrim, N. H,, February 8, 190^, Since the opening- of the

James

A. Tnttle

Memorial

Library on July 11, the attendance has been

most

grat-ifying

and

interest continues to increase from

week

to

week.

Both

reading

rooms

are well patronized

on

Tues-day

afternoons as well as Saturday evenings

and

much

interest is manifested

by

the students of the

town

schools to

whom

many

books have been loaned for

sup-plementary school work.

There

has been a gradual change in the class of books

loaned, the percentage of history, biography, science

and

travel is

much

higher than in previous years.

A

large

number

of

works

on history

and

travels are loaned each

week

to the

members

of reading clubs in

town and

the

War

Rolls, presented b}^ the

Town,

are in great

demand

during library hours

by

those interested in the D. A. R. Since the Tuttle library opened, the

number

of books

loaned to February 1,

was

3,955; the average

number

given out each

week

is a little over 141.

The

largest

number

loaned in one

month

was

in

August

when

742

Were

loaned, the next highest

number

was

702,

which

is the record for January.

There

are over 620

who

have taken out cards.

The

total

number

of books in the library is 4.408. Gifts of books have been received from

the following-:

Hon.

Wyman

Kneeland

Flint, Milwaukee,

Wis.; Mrs.

Kate

Duncan

Paine,

New

York

City; Mrs.

Edwin

Parmenter, Boston; Miss Isabel Jameson, Miss

(66)

rnm.

Xewton,

Mass.

The

tables of the reading

rooms

have been

generous-ly

remembered

b}' friends, the following have given

mag-azines

and

papers

which

have been eagerly read from

week

to

week by

the children and

young

people of the

town:

]<iliss

Emma

S.

McCoy,

Mrs. Lucretia

Shaw,

H.

Webster

Eldredge, Mrs. Melvin D. Poor, Mrs. William

E.

Cram,

Fred C. Parmenter,

membcs

of the local

W.

C. T. U., and Airs.

Edwin

T.

Adams.

The

"Scientific

Amer-ican," given

by

an

unknown

friend, is a

welcome weekly

paper that is

much

read

by

the

young

men

of the town.

Three

hand,

ome

pictures have been received from an

unknown

friend and have been

hung

in the

main and

children's reading room.

A

pair of antique iron andirons over 100 years old have been donated the library

by

Mrs.

G. E. Hutchinson and have been placed in the fireplace of the adult reading room. Several gifts have been re-ceived for the historical

room

of the library.

The

interest in the library

was

never better than it is

today

and

the

young

men

and

women

of the town, as well as the older portion of the

community

are its reg-ular patrons. S.

M.

ADAMS,

(67)

TOWN

LIBRARY

TRUSTEES'

REPORT.

DR.

To

cash on

hand

Feb. 15, 1908 $167 00

CR.

By

cash paid librarian to

March

7 $2 25 5

M

book

slips 5 00 5

M

book

labels 1 37

Work

on books in old library, preparing

them

to be catalogued

:

Cash

paid F. P.

Ellenwood

, 6 82

S.

M.

Adams

8 07

j. E.

Adams

3 90

For

Accession

book

3 00

Picture wire, hooks, and

work

1 00

Work

on Flint books, and cataloguing Tuttle

Memorial

Library books

:

Cash

paid S.

M.

Adams

21 38

R.

H.

Roberts 9 75

5

M

library cards 4 50

Ledger

50

5

M

presentation slips 1 25

For

work

on Paine books 65

Miscellaneous 2 60

Record

books , 46

Postage, express,

money

orders 11 00

(68)

C. H.

BOUTELLE,

G. E.

HASTINGS,

Town

Library Trustees.

OVERSEER OF

THE

POOR

ACCOUNT.

TOWN

CHARGES.

Aid

for Mrs. Delia Craige $60 00 W'. G.

Wheeler

24 79

Care of tramps, C. H. Boutelle 14 80

J. E. Perkins 1 50

Will Ashford 5 75

$106 84

COUNTY

CHARGES.

Paid for Mrs. A.

Cram

$102 00

Mrs.

H.

Bowen

28 71

John

Atwood

54 75 Mrs. C. Brooks 29 48 L. B. Jones 19 00 Mrs. Betsy Burse 11 75

Ed

Valcout 4 82 Clarence Severence 38 22 $288 73

(69)

68

Received from

County

$200 69

Due

from

County

88 04

$288 73

Cost of poor over income $106 84

SALTMARSH

FUND.

Feb. 15, 1909, Fund.

Town

Note

Savings

bank

Balance, cash, Feb. 15, 1908 Rents, Jan. 1 to Dec. 1, 1908 Forfeiture on sale of farm

Repairs

Water

rent to June, 1909

Grass seed used in 1907

Survey

map

Selectmen

Commission, sale of farm

(70)

$217 21

Interest due, 2 years to Feb. 15, 1909 $248 50 C. S.

ABBOTT,

F. F.

ROACH,

GEO.

A.

COCHRAN,

Trustees.

We

certify that this is properly vouched

and

correct-Iv cast

G.

H.

HUTCHINSON,

W.

W. MERRILL,

Auditors.

F. C.

PARMENTER—

TREASURER

OF

OLD

HOME

DAY

COMMITTEE.

DR.

To

cash from

Town

$100 00

G. P. Little, Treas., first

Old

Home

Day

7 00

Receipts from

mock

trial 62 65

(71)

70

(72)

FiXAXciAL

state:\iext.

Permanent

Fvind.

Rec'd A. D.

White

&

Son, rent $65 00 Geo. P. Little, balance

James

A. Tuttle, personal estate 3,616 07

Accrued

interest' 72

$3,681 79

Paid G.

W.

Hunt, pipe and labor Chas.

Woodward,

ladder

Mrs. Fluri, cleaning floors

Wm.

Hill, grading lawns

R. C. Goodell, keys

F. P. Ellenwood. cement and labor 18 10 F. P. Ellenwood, labor on floor

G.

W.

Hunt, hose and nozzle G. \\'. Hunt, pipe and labor G. A. Dickey, oil and labor Goodell Co., light fixtures

Balance approved

by

the Court,

Aug.

25, 1908 3,584 02 $23

(73)

GENERAL

FUND.

Rec'd. S.

M, Adams,

balance

Town

Library

Fund

$93 50

G. P. Little,

Town

Treasurer 100 00

Wm.

H.

Boutelle, gift for books 500 00 G. P, Little,

Town

Treasurer 100 00 S.

M.

Adams,

cash from fines 700 00

Geo, P, Little,

Town

Treasurer 100 00

$900 50

Paid R. H. Roberts, labor $ 40

Anson

Swett, insurance 40 00

F. P, Ellenwood,

team

2 50

E.

W.

Baker, insurance 44 00

C. R. Jameson, insurance 15 00

F. P. Ellenwood, record books 2 50 G.

W.

Hunt,

floor brush 3 35

J. S. Mcllvane,

team

1 25

A. J.

La

Pointe, labor 4 50

H.

S. Cutter, labor 12 75

Temple

&

Farrington, register 5 00

F. P. Ellenwood, legal copy and

expense at Court 4 30

J. D. Hutchinson, surveying 3 00

H.

W.

Eldredge, printing citation 2 50

James

A. Elliott, labor with

team

4 00

James

A. Elliott, coal 41 98

J.

H.

McMan,

wood

5 00

S.

M. Adams,

labor in library 13 25 R.

H.

Roberts, labor in library 1 50

J.

W.

Richardson, labor 1 80

G. E. Hastings, expense at Court 1 85

(74)

Goodell Co., rent of lights 1 00 R. C. Goodell, expense at Court 1 58 Goodell Co., rent of lights 2 52

H.

W.

Eldredge, printing citation 4 50 F. P. Ellenwood, labor

and team

2 50 Goodell Co., lights and fixtures 3 34

Wm.

Mudge,

janitor and supplies 26 85 Goodell.Co., rent of lights 5 04 R.

H.

Roberts, labor 2 20 S.

M.

Adams,

services as librarian 13 15

Davis Bros.

&

Co.,

hardware

78 Goodell Co., rent of lights 2 05 Bert Paige, labor and

team

5 60 E.

AW

Baker, insurance and copy 18 00 L. Patterson,

wood

5 50 E.

W.

Baker, insurance 17 00

Balance on hand, Feb. 15, '09.

Boutelle

Fund

500 00

General

Fund

73 04

$900 50

GEO.

E.

HASTINGS,

Treasurer.

We

hereby certify that

we

have

examined

the

fore-going account oftheTreasurer of

James

A.Tuttle Libra-ry and found it properly

vouched

and correctly cast.

GEORGE

H.

HUTCHINSON,

WARREN

W.

MERRILL,

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(76)
(77)

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School

Warrant

You

are hereby notified to meet in the

Town

Hall, in

said District, on the

EIGHTH DAY

OF

MARCH,

1909,

at two (/clock in the afternoon, to act on the following subjects:

1

To

choose a Moderator for the ensuing year. 2

To

choose a Clerk forthe ensuing year.

^

To

choose,a Treasurer for the ensuing year.

4

To

choose a

Member

of the School Board for the ensu-ing three years.

^

To

choose all other necessary Ofiicers, Agents, etc.

6

To

hear the reports of Auditors, Agents, Committees, or Officers heretofore chosen, and pass any vote

relat-ing thereto.

7

To

see

how

much

money

the District will vote to raise

and appropriate for Books and Supplies.

8

To

see

how

much money

the District will vote to raise

and appropriatefor the support of the High School. 9

To

see

how

much money

the District will vote to rai.se

and appropriate for Repairs on School Buildings

and Grounds.

10

To

see

how much money

the District will vote to raise

and appropriate for Superintendent's salary, or take anyother action inrelation thereto.

Given under

our

hands

in said

Antrim

this 17th day

of February, 1909.

C. F.

BUTTERFIELD,

H. A.

eURLIN,

CHARLOTTE

M.

HARVEY,

(85)

Town

Warrant

You

are herebynotified to meet in the

Town

Hall, in said

Town

on the

NINTH DAY

OF

MARCH,

1909, at nine o'clock in theforenoon, to act on thefollowing subjects:

1

To

choose all necessary

Town

Officers, Agentsand Trust-ees, for theyear ensuing.

2

To

hear the report of the Auditors on the Treasurer's account, and act thereon.

3

To

see

how

much

money

thetown Avill appropriatefor the support of Schools for theyear ensuing.

4

To

see

how

much money

the town will appropriate for the "James A. Tuttle Library."

S

To

see ifthe town will appropriate Fifty Dollars to assist

Ephriam Weston Post, No. 87, G. A. R., in properly observing Memorial Day.

6

To

see what action the town will take with reference to Electric street-lighting and appropriate

money

there-for.

7

To

see if the town will vote to have the Invoice and

Taxes printed for theensuing year, with the valuation of each lotof real estateprinted separately,and appro-priate a

sum

of

money

therefor, or take any other action thereon.

8

To

see

how much money

the town will vote to raise to repair roads and bridges the year ensuing.

9

To

see if the town will vote to raise and appropriate the

amount of

money

necessary to secure State aid for the permanent improvement ofhighwaysunderthe law passed at the January Session, 190^.

10

To

see if the town will voteto have the real estate in town re-appraised the ensuingyear, and choose

(86)

District, and to carry theabove articles intoeffect.

12

To

see

how

much money

the town will vote to appropri-ate for the suppression of the Brown-Tail Moth, or take any other action thereon.

1^

To

see ifthe town will vote to have the Selectmen bid

off the-state road, to build the same, or take any other action thereon.

14

To

see ifthe town willvote to appointa committee of 3 to establish a

new

schedule of prices for letting the

Town

hallor to act on any other business in regard to care or lettingof

Town

hail.

I^

To see if the town will vote to discontinue the watering trough ofWilliam H. Shoults or takeany other action thereon.

16

To

see if the town will vote to discontinue the watering trough of John Munhall or takeanyother action there-on.

17

To

see if the town will vote to widen the road in front ofthe meat market on

Summer

Street, sothatthe side-walk will hti straight or take any other action thereon. Is

To

see if thetown will vote to have bids for the printing

of Invoice and Taxes and

Town

Reports or take any other action thereon.

1^>

To

seeif the town will vote to buy a town team or take any other action thereon.

20

To

see if the town will vote to sell the

Town

Cart, Harnesses and Sled or take any other action thereon.

(87)

21

To

see if thetown will vote todiscontinue theroad lead-ing from the

Keene

road near Chester Conn's to the Levi Curtis place or take any other action thereon. 22

To

see if the town will grant to the Goodell Co., the

right to erect an electricpole line across the Saltmarsh farm and across the townhouse lot, and appoint an agent to

make

the proper papers.

23

To

see if the town will give the use of the Selectmen's

room

intown hall block free ofcharge to the Antrim

Military

Band

as aband room one or morenights in a

week as

may

be necessary.

Given under our hands in said Antrim, this 2()th

day of February, 1909.

OSCAR

H.

ROBH,

WILLIAM

H.

HILL,

CHARLES

D.

WHITE.

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