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ANNUAL REPORT 

OF THE 

Town of Webster 

FOR THE 

Fiscal Year Ending February 15 
1915 



ANNUAL REPORTS 

OF THE 

Seledmen, Treasurer, Road Agents, School 
Board and Distrid Treasurer, Library 
Tru^ees and Vital Stati^ics 

OF THE 

TOWN OF WEBSTER 

FOR THE 

Year Ending February 15, ] 91 5 



Ira C. Evans Co., Printers 
Concord, N. H. 
1915 



TOWN OFFICERS. 



MODERATOR. 

LUTHER C. PUTNEY. 

CLERK. 

HARVEY C. SAWYER. 

TREASURER. 

HERBERT C. WHITNEY. 

SELECTMEN. 

SENTER M. GOODHUE, CHARLES H. PUTNEY, 
JOSEPH H. NOYES. 

TAX COLLECTOR. 

LUTHER C. PUTNEY. 

^REPRESENTATIVE TO GENERAL COURT. 

TYLER C. SWEATT. 

SUPERVISORS OF CHECK-LIST. 

ARTHUR E. FRENCH, BEN P. LITTLE, 

HERBERT C. WHITNEY. 

ROAD AGENTS. 

ARTHUR E. FRENCH, DANIEL L. HOLMES, 

SCOTT S. SANBORN. 

SEALER OF WEIGHTS AND MEASURES. 

HARRIS GOODWIN. 



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LJBRzVRY TRUSTEES. 

HENRY F. PEARSOxV, J. ESTELLA HOLMES. 

BOARD OF HEALTH. 

JOSEPH H. NOTES, LUTHER C. PUTNEY. 

INSPECTOR OF DRESSED MEAT. 

JOSEPH H. NOTES. 

AUDITOR. 

TYLER C. SWEATT. 



SCHOOL DISTRICT OFFICERS. 



MODERATOR. 

JOSEPH H. NOYES. 

CLERK. ! 

HARVEY C. SAWYER. 

TREASURER. 

HERBERT C. WHITNEY. 

SCHOOL BOARD. 

HARVEY C. SAWYER. JOSEPH H. NOYES, 

HATTTE A. NICHOLS. 

AUDITORS. 

LUTHER C. PUTNEY, TYLER C. SWEATT. 



INVENTORY OF TOWN, APRIL 1, 1914. 





No. 


V£llu.€ltioil. 


Real estate. 




$382,20^ 


Horses, 


176 


15,350 


Mules and asses, 


7 


775 


Oxen, 


25 


2,010 


Cows, 


224 


8,735 


Neat stock, 


44 


1,680 


Sheep, 


268 


1,097 


Fowls, 


100 


50 


Automobiles, 


3 


1,775 


Portable mills, 


4 


3,800 


Boats and launches. 


5 


500 


Wood and lumber, 




20,775 


Money at interest. 




2,125 


Stock in trade, 




2,250 


Mills and machinery. 




800 


Polls, 


109 





Total, 



$443,927 



SELECTMEN'S REPORT. 



Receipts. 



Cash in hands of treasurer, $1,629.07 
Received from L. C. Putney, collector, 4,658.94 
state treasurer, bounty on hedge- 
hogs, 18.20 
sale of grass, new cemetery, 20.00 
state highway department, joint 

fund account, 472.56 
state highway department, main- 
tenance account, 139.62 
county, aid dependent soldiers, 128.42 
county, aid to paupers off farm, 68.21 
town clerk, dog tax, 89.40 
C. F. Goodhue, on note of town, 1,000.00 
state treasurer, forestry depart- 
ment fire bills, 28.00 
state treasurer, railroad tax, 279.22 
state treasurer, savings bank tax, 1,851.55 
state treasurer, literary fund, 41.58 
C. H. Shepard, tax not listed, 8.00 
L. C. Putney, interest on taxes, 21.02 
Loan and Trust Company, inter- 
est on cemetery fund for care 
of cemeteries, 85.00 



$10,538.79 



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Expenditures, 
miscellaneous bills. 
Paid S. M. Goodhue, cash paid for envelopes 



and snjDplies, 


$7.00 


Ira C. Evans Co., printing town reports, 


35.00 


C. H. Putney, express on town reports. 


.45 


A. E. French, keeping tramp. 


1.00 


Edson C. Eastman, supplies for office. 


5.85 


S. M. Goodhue, cash paid for expressage on 




dynamite and steel. 


2.50 


S. S. Sanborn, one bush scythe and snath, 


1.60 


L. H. Blanchard, sharpening drills and 




making road drag. 


7.00 


"W. B. Ranney, printing billheads. 


1.25 


Good Roads Machine Co., Champion road 




machine, 


235.00 


Thompson & Hoague, dynamite and steel, 


16.95 


McKenzie, sharpening drills, 


.80 


Guy Hubbard, tax on Jackman woodlot, 


4.27 


A. E. French, driving hearse. 


• 2.50 


B. C. Tilton, digging grave, 


3.00 


F. B. Courser, making voting booths, 


4.25 


Mrs. H. C. Sawyer, copying inventory, 


3.00 


B. C. Tilton, painting cemetery fence and 




care of cemetery. 


9.60 


J. D. Hale, cleaning town house and serv- 




ices as justice. 


3.50 


C. H. Fowler, three gallons paint for ceme- 




tery fence. 


6.00 


Mrs. S. M. Goodhue, copying inventory 




and collector's book. 


4.00 


Ernest Cross, mowing cemetery. 


11.75 



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Paid B. C. Tilton. I14 gallons paint and paint- 
ing cemetery fence, $6.50 

A. E. French, cash paid, expressage on 

road plow, .75 

A. E. French, keeping tramp, 1.00 

A. E. French, driving hearse, 2.00 

B. C. Tilton, digging grave and setting 

stones in cemetery, 4.80 
John L. Emerson, damage to horses at 
Beaver Dam bridge and at culvert at 

Sweatt's, 143.00 

B. C. Tilton, digging grave, 3.00 

A. E. French, keeping four tramps, 4.00 
S. M. Goodhue, cash paid for sundries, 4.00 

B. C. Tilton, digging grave. 3.00 
A. E. French, keeping six tramps, 6.00 
L. H. Blanchard, repairing hearse, 1.50 
J. W. Little, surveying and plan. River- 
dale Cemetery, 25.00 

Dr. Rowe, return of births and deaths, .50 

C. H. Putney, use of water, 3.00 
E. J. Hardy, use of water. 3.00 
J. L. Colby, use of water, and grade. 6.00 
L. C. Putney, stamps and stationery, 4.00 
A. H. Trumbull, use of water. 3.00 
A. E. Mock, use of water. 1913-1914. 6.00 
Kirk H. Bills, room rent, 8.00 
A. E. French, care of tramps, 2.00 
H. B. Eaton, care cemetery and digging 

graves, 9.00 

H. H. Kimball, use of water six months, 1.50 

J. M. Snyder, lumber for booths. 7.00 



$623.82 



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CARE OF ROADS AND BRIDGES BY ORDER OF SELECTMEN. 

Paid A. E. French, rolling roads after settle- 



inent, 


d'OC\ dfx 


^ATarren Kilborn, rolling roads after set- 




tlement, 




Daniel L. Holmes, rolling roads after set- 




tlement, 




D. L, Holmes, snowing Farnum bridge, 




A. E. French, setting up and moving road 




machine from station and moving roller. 


o.oU 


S. S. Sanborn, moving snow roller, 


l.UU 


A. E. French, drawing plank and plank- 




ing Burbank bridge, 


Q CK 

o.oo 


b. b. banborn, work on highway, 


4.UU 


Ben P. Little, bridge plank, 


zo.y / 


A. E. French, fixing washout, Little Hill, 


9J. fin 


A. E. French, work on high w^ ay near Bur- 




bank 's Dam, 


C)U.dU 


S. S. Sanborn, work on Amesbury bridge, 


O Cif\ 
Z.DU 


D. L. Holmes, bridge plank and stringers. 


ID.UU 


C. H. Putney, fixing washout. 


a on 


Rutland & Co., work on highway. 


1 Pi on 


A. E, French, repairing bridge and draw- 




mg plank, 


o.bU 


R. H. Pearson, bridge plank, 


1 Q Q9 
lo.oZ 


Good Roads Machine Co., road plow. 


22.00 


Curtice & Co., tile, 


3.84 


Davis & Burbank, bridge plank. 


45.85 


Frank Elliott, grade. 


9.00 


D. L. Holmes, work on bridges, 


5.78 


J. M. Snyder, moving roller. 


1.00 


A. E. French, rolling two districts. 


27.00 


A. E. French, moving roller, 


1.50 



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Paid A. E. Frenchv rolling road, extra district, $33.75^- 
D. L. Holmes, djaiamite and fuse, snowing 

bridge, 3.78 

A. H. Trumbull, work on highway, 1.25 

R. Barton, work on highway, 3.75 

A. E. Mock, work on highway, 6.00 

R. H. Pearson, housing two rollers, 3.00 

Daniel Dustin, breaking road, 1.00 



$459.00 



I HEDGEHOG BOUNTIES. 

Paid C. H. Putney, cash paid, $4.60 

S. M. Goodhue, cash paid, 5.20 

J. H. Noyes, cash paid, 1.20 



$11.00 



WINNEPOCKET ROAD. 

Paid James C. Nowell, contractor, $1,940.00 



STATE AND COUNTY TAX. 

Paid George E. Farrand, treasurer, state tax. $1,232.00 
F. A. Holmes, treasurer, county tax, 866.03 



■' ■ ■ : ■ $2,098.03 



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STATE ROAD, NEW WORK. 

Paid C. H. Putney, state road at Eaton's, $1,282.39 



Paid A. E. French, fire at Durgit's Corner, $5.00 

Harris Goodwin, fire at Snyder's, 12.80 

Harris Goodwin, fire at L. C. Putney's, 15.50 

Harris Goodwin, fire at L. C. Putney's, 4.30 
A. E. French, inspecting hood at Shurt- 

leff's mill, 1.50 

A. E. French, fire at Little Hill, 2.20 

$41.30 



OLD HOME DAY. 

Paid Ben P. Little, treasurer, $42.75 



LIBRARY APPROPRIATION. 

Paid Henry F. Pearson, treasurer, $49.50 



MEMORIAL Dx\Y. 

Paid Mrs. N. E. Macurdy, appropriation, 



$12.30 



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SCHOOL DISTRICT. 

Paid Herbert C. Whitney, treasurer, 



$1,200.00 



DEPENDENT SOLDIERS. 

Paid S. H. Billings and Riitland & Co., goods 

furnished Mrs. J. B. George, • $78.73 

S. H. Billings and Rutland & Co., goods 

furnished Mrs. Grace Heath, 49.69 

Merrimack County farm, board of John 

Perkins, 52 weeks, 156.43 



$284.85 



COUNTY AID TO WALTER FLANDERS. 



Paid S. H. Billings and Rutland & Co., goods 

furnished Walter Flanders and family, $68.21 



TOWN CHARGES AT COUNTY FARM. 

Paid Merrimack County farm, board of Warren 

Couch, 52 weeks, $156.43 



ABATEMENTS. 



Paid George Hanson, overtax, $2.00 
sundry abatements, 1911, 22.17 



$24.17 



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EXPENSE OF ROAD HEvVRING, AUSTIN V. TOWN. 

Paid Mrs. Bills, six dinners for counsel and 



selectmen, 


$2.55 


Harris (ioociwm, services oi sell and use 




of automobile, 


8.00 


F. "W. Brown, services as engineer and 




witness, 


15.00 


A. H. Britton, services as commissioner, 


15.40 


John F. Jewell, services as commissioner. 


12.20 


John G. McQuilkm, services as commis- 




sioner. 


15.40 


Lucy P. Goodwin, land damage to Dodge 




heirs. 


53.00 


A. G. Fish, printing notice to contractors. 


2.00 


Towne & Robie, printing notice to con- 




tractors, 


3.00 


Frank W. Brown, services as engineer and 




inspector, 


100.00 


Streeter & Hollis, legal services from Sep- 




tember 2, 1910, to April 1, 1911, 


36.00 


Allen Hollis, legal services from April 1, 




1911, to date, February 15, 1915, 


167.40 


S. M. Goodhue, time and expense. 


25.60 


C. H. Putney, time and expense. 


9.50 




$465.05 



REPAIRS ON STATE ROADS. 

Paid A. E. French, dragging state road, $5.00 

C. H. Putney, dragging state road, 6.00 

A. E. French, raking rocks, state road, 2.00 

A. E. French, raking rocks, state road, 9.40 



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Paid A. E. French, repairs, state road, Sweatt's 




Mills, 


$65.80 


A. E. French, repairs, state road, town 




house, 


23.30 


A. E. French, repairs, state road, Colby 




Hill, 


45.90 


D. L. Holmes, repairs, state road, near 




Farnmn 's bridf^e 


10.62 


C. H. Putney, repairs, state road, Black- 




water, 


25.90 


J. H. Noyes, repairs, state road, Davisville, 


57.60 


A. H. Cross, grade, 


10.70 


D. L. Holmes, repairs. 


8.17 




$270.39 



ROAD AGENTS. 

Paid S. S. Sanborn, District No. 1, $386.95 

D. L. Holmes. District No. 2. 394.26 

A. E. French, District No. 3. 348.85 



$1,130.06 



TOWN OFFICERS. 

Paid H. F. Pearson, auditor, $2.00 
J. H. Noyes, services as selectman after 
settlement from February 15 to March 

10, 12.85 

S. S. Sanborn, services as ballot clerk, 2.00 

A. E. French, ser\'ices as constable, 1.00 



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Paid T. C. Sweatt, services as auditor. $1.50 

S. S. Sanborn, services as supervisor, 20.00 

A. E. French, services as ballot clerk, 2.00 , 
A. E. French, services as supervisor, ' 20.00 

L. H. Blanchard, services as ballot clerk, 2.00 

H. C. Sawyer, services as town clerk, 25.00 
Ben P. Little, services as ballot clerk and 

supervisor, 24.00 
L. C. Putney, part salary as collector, 

!1914, and services as moderator, 46.00 

H. C. Whitney, services as treasurer, 25.00 
S. M. Goodhue, services as selectman from 

February 15, 1914, to February 15, 

1915, 52.00 
C. H. Putney, services as selectman from 

February 15, 1914, to February 15, 

1915, 45.50 
J. H. Noyes, services as selectman from 

March 10, 1914, to February 15, 1915, 37.00 

James M. Snyder, services as ballot clerk, 4.00 
L. C. Putney, services as collector balance 

1911, 10.00 



$331.85 



Summary. 

. Miscellaneous bills, $623.82 
Highways and bridges by order selectmen, 459.00 
Road hearing, Austin f. Town, 465.00 
Repairs, state road, 270.39 

New work, state road, 1,282.39 



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Cost, Winnipocket Road, $1,940.00 

State and county tax. 2.098.03- 

Town charges, 312.86 

Dependent soldiers, 128.42 

County aid to Walter Flanders, 68.21 

Abatements. 24.17 

Town officers, 331.85 

Old Home Day. 42.75 

Library appropriation, 49.50 

Memorial Day appropriation, 12.30 

Hedgehog bounties. 11.00 

School money, 1.200.00 

Fire wardens. 41.30 

Road agents, 1,120.06 



$10,491.10 



ASSETS. 

Due from L. C. Putney, collector, on list 1912. $31.81 

1913. 121.64 

1914. 181.70 



$335.15 

Due from state treasurer, hedgehog bounties, 1.20 
Due from state highway department, unex- 
pended balance for 1914, 4.22 
Jackman woodlot. 250.00 
Cash in hands of treasurer. 47.69 



Total assets, . $638.26 



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LIABILITIES. 



Due from town treasury, joint highway fund, $7.57 

Due school district, balance school money, 384.53 

Due C. F. Goodhue, on note of town, 1,000.00 

Total liabilities, $1,392.10 

Balance against town, $753.84 



Respectfull}^ submitted, 

SENTER M. GOODHUE, 
CHARLES H. PUTNEY, 
JOSEPH H. NOTES, 

Selectmen of We})ster. 



We have this day examined the accounts of the select- 
men and treasurer and find them correctly cast and with 
proper vouchers. 

CHARLES F. GOODHUE, 
ADAM E. MOCK, 

Auditors. 

February 24, 191 5. 



TREASURER'S REPORT. 



For the Year Ending February 15, 1915. 



Cash in hands of the treasurer, PVbrnary 15, 

1914, $1,629.07 
Received from town clerk, dog tax, 89.40 
state treasurer, bounty on hedge- 
hogs, 18.20 
state treasurer, highway depart- 
ment, 612.18 
state treasurer, forestry depart- 
ment, 28.00 
state treasurer, railroad tax, 279.22 
state treasurer, savings bank tax, 1,851.55 
state treasurer, literary fund, 41,58 
.county, aid to dependent soldiers, 128.42 
county, aid to paupers off farm, 68.21 
sale of grass, new cemetery, 20.00 
Charles H. Shepard, tax not listed, 8.00 
C. F. Goodhue, on note of town, 1,000.00 
L. C. Putney, collector, 4,658.94 
L. C. Putney, collector, interest 

on taxes, 21.02 
Loan and Trust Company, inter- 
est on cemetery fund, care of 

cemeteries, 85.00 



Total, $10,538.79 
By cash paid on orders of selectmen, 10,491.10 



Cash on hand. February 15, 1915, $47.69 



Held in trust, C. C. Coffin fund, $200 and interest. 
Held in trust, cemetery fund, $8,000 and interest. 

: . Respectfully submitted, 

HERBERT C. WHITNEY, 

Treasurer. 



ROAD AGENTS' REPORTS. 



Report of Road Agent on District No. 1. 



April. 

S. S. Sanborn, turning out water, 10 hours, $2.00 
F. Y. Thompson, turning out water, 6 hours, 1.20 
A. H. Roby, turning out water, 4 hours, .80 
Ormond Drown, cutting trees out of road, 3 hours, .60 
S. S. Sanborn, leveling and building over cul- 
vert and shoveling grade, 4 days and 2 hours, 7.60 
Ormond Drown, shoveling grade and building 

over culverts, 3 days and 4 hours, 6.20 

F. Y. Thompson, with team, 4 days and 2 hours, 19.00 

A. H. Trumbull, with team, 3 days, 13.50 

A. H. Roby, with oxen, 1 day, 4.00 
George Ripley, shoveling grade, 4 days and 2 hours, 7.60 



$62.50 

May. 

Ormond Drown, repairing culverts, 7 hours, $1.40 
Arthur Trumbull, with team 1 day and man 2 

hours, 4.90 

A. H. Roby, 1 day with oxen, 4.00 
Ormond Drown, 7 1-2 days repairing culverts, 

getting out rocks and shoveling, 13.50 

A. H. Roby, shoveling, 1 day, 1.80 

S. S. Sanborn, 6 days with team, 21.00 



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S. S. Sanborn, 1-2 day cutting bushes, 
-Ormond Drown, 1 day with team. 



June. 

ROAD MACHINE WORK. 

E. L. Ames, 4 days with team, 

J. W. Kilborn, 4 days with team, 

S. S. Sanborn, holding machine, 4 days, 

Ormond Drown, leveling, 5 days, 

A. H. Roby, leveling, 4 days, 

M. 0. Mathewson, leveling, 4 days, 

George Ripley, leveling, 1-2 day, 

F. V. Thompson, horse and self, 

S. S. Sanborn, getting out rocks, 2 days, 
Ormond Drown, getting out rocks, 1 day. 



July. 

George Ripley, shoveling, 5 days, 
Elmer Thompson, shoveling, 5 days, 
P. Y. Thompson, with team, 5 days, 
Charles Putney, with team, 4 days, 
Charles Hanson, 3 1-2 days, 
Ormond Drown and helper, blasting rocks, 11-2 
days, 

Daniel Dugtin, with team hauling grade, 1-2 day, 
S. S. Sanborn, leveling and getting out rocks, 1 
day, 



$0.90 > 
3.50 



$51.00 



$20.00 
20.00 
7.20 
9.00 
7.20 
• 7.20 
.90 
.90 
3.60 
1.80 



$77.80 



$9.00 
9.00 
22.50 
18.00 
6.30 

5.40 
2.25 

1.80 



$74.25 



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August. 

C. H. Putney, 2 days with team, ~ $9.00 
Ormond Drown, shoveling, 2 days, 3.60 
Daniel Dustin, repairing washout near Ames- 
bury bridge, 5.00 
J. S. Whittier and man, relaying culvert, 2.00 



September. 



December. 



January. 



$19.60 



Charles H. Putney, man and team, 1 day, $4.50 
Ormond Drown, 11-2 days, 2.70 
M. J. Walker, work on road, 37.75 



$44.95 



J. M. Snyder, with teams and men running 

snow roller, 1 day, $13.50 
Will Page, cutting bushes, 2 days, 3.60 



$17.10 



G. M. Snyder, plowing road ahead of the mail, $2.25 
J. M. Snyder, with teams and men running 

snow roller, 2 days, 27.00 



$29:25 



2.1 



February. 

F. H. Drown, snowing bridge, $3.50 

Aaron Hamlet, snowing bridge, 3.50 

Daniel Dustin, snowing bridge, 3.50 



$10.50 

Total, $386.95 

Respectfully submitted, 

SCOTT S. SANBORN. 



Daniel L. Holmes, Road Agent, District No. 2, for the 
Year Ending February 15, 1915. 

Received of town treasurer by order of selectmen, $394.26 

Paid out as follows : 

WORK WITH ROAD MACHINE. 

D. L. Holmes, man and team to draw machine, 
8' days at $9, 

B. E. Holmes, running machine, 8 days at $2, 

C. W. Towle, leveling, 8 days at $1.75, 

C. F. Chase, leveling, 5 days at $1.75, 

D. L. Holmes, man to level, 5 days, 



$72.00 
16.00 
14.00 
8.75 
8.75 



$119.50 



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REPAIRS ON CHADWICK ROAD. 



Bert Fletcher and team, on culverts and road, 

2 days, $9.00 
C. "W. Towle, helper, 2 days at $1.75, 3.50 



$12.50 

CUTTING BUSHES. 

William F. Stevens, 5 days at $1.75, $8.75 
C. W. Towle, 7 days at $1.75, 12.25 



$21.00 

GRADING THREE SECTIONS OF ROAD^ WORK ON CULVERTS AND 

STONE. 

Paid H. D. Stevens, and team, 7 1-2 days, $33.75 

Bert Fletcher, and team, 6 1-2 days, 29.25 

D. L. Holmes, and team, 14 1-12 days, 63.37 

C. W. Towle, 16 3-4 days, 29.31 

Joseph M. George, 8 1-2 days, 14.87 

Charles George, 10 days, 17.50 

A. M. Moore, 2 3-4 days, 4.81 

B. Fletcher, 2 1-2 days, 4.32 

C. Forest Chase, 3 1-20 days, 5.33 
Edward H. Mayo, 5 days, 8.75 



$211.26 

BREAKING ROADS. 



December 22, 1914: 
Paid E. L. Ames and D. L. Holmes, with teams, 

running snow roller over district, $10.00 



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January 26, 1915 : 
Paid E. L. Ames and D. L. Holmes, with teams, 

running snow roller over district, $10.00 
February 3, 1915 : 
Paid Stillman H. Clough and James Moses, run- 
ning snow roller over district, 10.00 



$30.00 

Total expenditures, $394.26 
Appropriation, $400.00 

Respectfully submitted, 

DANIEL L. HOLMES, 

Road Agent. 



Tow^N OF Webster, N. H. Dr., to A. E. French, District 

No. 3. 

April, 1914. 



A. J. Nichols, turning out water, $0.60 
Daniel Scribner, turning out water, 1.00 



$1.60 

May, 1914. 

A. E. French, with team, 6 days, $30.00 

Clifton Shepard, with team, 6 days, 30.00 

Joseph Colby, with team, 5 days, 25.00 

Joseph Colby's team, 1 day, 3.20 

A. E. French, 2 days and 5 hours, 4.60 



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A. J. Nichols, 5 days and 5 hours, $10.00 

A. J. Nichols, 3 days running road machine, 6.00 

George Hanson, leveling, 8 days, 14.40 

Bert Tilton, 7 days and 5 hours, 13.60 

Charlie Blake, 7 days, 12.60 

Frank Shepard, 2 days and 7 hours, 5.00 

Eben Hardy, turning water, 1.00 



$155.40 

June, 1914. 

A. E. French, with team, 11 days and 4 hours, $50.30 

A. J. Nichols, leveling, 10 days and 4 hours, 18.80 

Charlie Blake, 11 days and 4 hours, 20.60 

Bert Tilton, 9 days, 16.20 

Clifton Shepard, 7 days, 12.60 

Arthur Chase, for gravel, 1.80 

John Tilton, sharpening picks, .60 



$120.90 

July, 1914. 

Frank Shepard, cutting bushes, $2.80 



August, 1914. 

A. E. French, with team, 1 day, 
A. J. Nichols, 2 days, 
Charlie Blake, 2 days, 
A. E. French, with team, 1-2 day, 
A. E. French, 4 hours, 
Frank Shepard, 2 1-2 days, 

$19.50 



$4.50 
3.60 
3.60 
2.50 
.80 
4.50 



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December, 1914, 

ROLLING ROADS. 



A. E. French, with team, 1 day, $4.50 
L. C. Putney, with team, 1 day, 4.50 
Joseph Colby, with team, 1 day, 4.50 

$13.50 

January, 1915. 

A. E. French, team on roller, 2 1-2 days, $11.25 
L. C. Putney, team on roller, 2 1-2 days, 11.25 
Joseph Colby, team on roller, 2 1-2 days, 11.25 
A. E. French, snowing Hellbache bridge, 1.40 

$35.15 

Total, $348.85 



Respectfully submitted, 

A. E. FRENCH. 



Repairs on Farnum Bridge Road and Durgit Corner 
State Road by Daniel L. Holmes. 

Paid D. L. Holmes, with team, drawing road 



machine, 1-2 day, $4.75 

B. E. Holmes, running machine, 1-2 day, 1.00 

C. W. Towle, 1-2 day, ^ .87 
Frank Keatin, 1-2 day, .87 
Bert Fletcher, 1-2 day, .88 



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Paid Frank Keatin, and team, drawing stone, 

1.-2 day, $2.25 

"W. F. Stevens, cutting bushes, 1 day, 1.75 

C. W. Towle, cutting bushes, 1 day, 1.75 
H. D. Stevens, and team, 2 hours drawing 

grade, 1.00 
C. F. Chase, 1 hour, . .17 

C. W. Towle, raking road, 1 day, 1.75 

Bert Fletcher, raking road, 1 day, 1.75 



$18.79 



EEPORT OF OLD HOME DAY ASSOCIATION. 



RECEIPTS. 



Appropriation for 1914, $45.00 

EXPENDITURES. 

Paid Concord Quartette, $20.00 

for postals and printing, 5.00 

for transportation of quartette, .6.00 

•To balance account of 1913, 11.75 

$42.75 



Balance in favor of town, $3.75 



Respectfully submitted, 

BEN P. LITTLE, 



Treasurer. 



WEBSTER FREE PUBLIC LIBRARY. 



Report for Year Ending February 15, 1915. 
receipts. 

Cash in treasury, $8.84 
Town appropriation, 49.50 

$58.34 

DISBURSEMENTS. 

Paid Buxton & Sherburne, $3.75 
E. C. Eastman, books, 12.99 
N. P. Pearson, librarian, 26.00 
N. P. Pearson, expressage and fuel, 2.00 

$44.74 



Balance in treasury, $13.60 

Eleven books have been received from the trustees under 
the will of Mary Baker Eddy and three books from pub- 
lishers of Daughters of Angel. With cash in treasury new 
books will be added as published. 



J. STELLA HOLMES, 
N. P. PEARSON. 



REPORT OF TREASURER OF THE WEBSTER 
SCHOOL DISTRICT. 



RECEIPTS, 



Cash in treasury. February 15, 1914, 


$745.66 


By order of selectmen. 


100.00 


By order of selectmen. 


100.00 


By order of selectmen, 


500.00 


By order of selectmen, 


500.00 


Tuition, Maud Card. 


16.50 


Tuition, Boscawen scliolars, 


7.00 


Total cash received. 


$1,969.16 


Paid on orders of the school board. 


1,946.41 


Cash in treasury. 


$22.75 


Unpaid balance due from the town, 


384.53 



Total assets, $407.28 

Respectfully submitted, 

HERBERT C. WHITNEY, 

Treasurer. 



I certify that I have examined the foregoing accounts of 
the treasurer of the school district of AYebster and find 
them correctly cast and properly vouched. 

LUTHER C. PUTNEY, 

Auditor ejf the District. 



REPORT OF BOARD OF EDUCATION. 



The past twelve months have been crowded with oppor- 
tunities and beset with difficulties. Some of the oppor- 
tunities have been seized and used to great profit, some 
difficulties have been overcome and made stepping-stones 
to higher things. Your committee feel confident that good 
work has been done in the schools, yet the^ are not satis- 
fied, as much more remains to be accomplished. In some 
ways a return to the methods of forty years ago would 
without doubt accomplish what modern ways and meth- 
ods fail to do. At the risk of being called a ''has-been" 
or a ''fossil," we assert our belief that not all new things 
make faster progress educationally than did the old. 

Except for a very few small repairs nothing was done 
at Corser Hill and Bashan. A new stove and funnel was 
put in at Putney Hill and new galvanized roofing was pur- 
chased, but owing to the inability to secure experienced 
men to lay it has not been put on as yet. 

New maps in cases, six for each of the three larger 
schools, and a new unabridged dictionary for each were 
purchased and placed in each schoolhouse at the beginning 
of the year. 

It was also thought to be advisable to secure the teach- 
ing of singing and Mr. Henry F. Pearson consented to at- 
tempt the task of instruction, which he carried on through- 
out the spring term in all the schools, and in the fall at 
Corser Hill and Bashan, Mrs. Ethel Mignault taking the 
work at Putney Hill. The expense for this new departure 
thus far has been for teaching, $76, and for singing books, 
etc., $14.05, making a total of $90.05 for the two terms. An 
article appears in the warrant this spring to see if the par- 
ents wish to continue the experiment. 



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A balance of $220.81 is left over on the account of high 
school tuitions, and your committee does not think any 
more will be needed for the coming year. 

We estimate that the sum of $100 will be needed for text- 
books and supplies. 

The roll of perfect attendance and an itemized and classi- 
fied statement of our expenditures follow. 

Respectfully submitted, 

HARVEY C. SAWYER, 
JOSEPH H. NOYES, 
HATTIE A. NICHOLS, 

School Board of Wehster. 



Roll of Perfect Attendance. 

bashan school. 

One term — Alfred H. Kimball, Grace Andrews, Arthur 
Andrews, Mary E. Towle. 

Two terms — Kenneth R. Towle. 
Three terms— Elzard F. Towle. 

CORSER HILL. 

One term — Louise Colby, Mj^ron Colby, Henry D. Cross, 
Emerson Hoar. 

Two terms — Linnie Hardy. 

Three terms — Catherine Mock, Henry Mock, Kirk Mock. 

PUTNEY HILL. 

One term — Thelma Trumbull, Everett Scribner, Edmund 
Higgins, Ro}^ Roby. 

Two terms — Phoebe Noyes. Helen Higgins. 
Three terms — Hazel Trumbull, Harold Trumbull. 



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Miscellaneous Bills. 



Lorenzo S. Tilton, cleaning schoolhouse, 


$3.00 


Gertrude G. Scribner, cleaning two schoolhouses, 


6.00 


Harvey C. Sawyer, cash paid for slabs, 


1.50 


Harvey C. Sawyer, cash, paid for freight and 




cartage, 


.60 


John C. Fairbanks, expressage paid and cartage, 


1.55 


Harvey C. Sawyer, cash paid for order book, 


.75 


B. Mildred Holmes, janitor services, 


6.00 


Kenneth Towle, janitor services. 


6.00 


Harold 0. Trumbull, janitor services, 


6.00 


Henry F. Pearson, cash paid for printing songs, 


1.25 


Daniel L. Holmes, 1 1-2 cords wood, 


7.50 


John C. Fairbanks, freight paid and cartage, 


.74 


R. E. Lane, 100 enumeration cards, 


.47 


Eliza Blanchard, cleaning Sweatt's Mills school- 




house. 


4.00 


John C. Fairbanks, express paid and cartage, 


.74 


Hattie A. Nichols, telephoning, etc.. 


1.70 


Joseph G. Colby, 2, cords wood, 


8.00 


B. Mildred Holmes, janitor services, 


6.00 


Kenneth Towle, janitor services, 


4.00 


Harold 0. Trumbull, janitor services. 


6.00 


Joseph H. Noyes, cash paid for freight and 




funnel. 


5.75 


Henry Rutland, janitor services, 


5.00 


John C. Fairbanks, sawing 3 cords wood, 


2.25 


Arthur H. Roby, wood furnished. 


6.00 


Charles P. Johnson, tuition, Piper children at 




Schoodac school, 


49.50 


James M. Snyder, wood furnished, 


9.50 


Kenneth Towle, janitor services. 


6.50 


Harold 0. Trumbull, janitor services, 


4.50 



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B. Mildred Holmes, janitor services, $4.50 

Edson C. Eastman, warrants and checklists, .63 

Harvey C. Sawyer, cash paid out for deed and lock, .72 

Daniel L. Holmes, due for 1 cord slabs, order 58, 3.00 



$169.65 

Repair of Schoolhouses. 

W. W. Allen & Co., curtains and fixtures, $1.75 

Ford Foundry, Co., box stove, Putney Hill, 12.00 

Joseph H. Noyes, cash paid for galvanized roofing, 41.56 

Rutland & Co., glass, flag rope, etc., 1.80 



$57.11 



High School Tuition. 

Simonds Free High School, tuition, W. G. Good- 
hue, $13.34 

Simonds Free High School, tuition, W. G. Good- 
hue, 13.33 

Simonds Free High School, tuition, W. G. Good- 

liue, 13.33 



$40.00 



Balance from last year, $110.81 
Raised this year, 150.00 



$260.81 

Balance February 15, 1915, $220.81 



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Salaries of Teachers. 

Bertha M. Colbeth, Putney Hill, 

Annie R. Sanborn, Corser Hill, 

Winnifred M. Putney, Bashan, 

Bertha M. Colbeth, 

Henry F. Pearson, teaching singing, 

Winnifred M. Putne}^, 

Henry F. Pearson, 

Katherine Colbeth, Sweatt's Mills, 

Annie R. Sanborn, 

Henry F. Pearson, 

Bertha Colbeth, 

Ethel L. Mignault, teaching singing at Putney, 

fall term, 
Winnifred M. Putnej^, 
Winnifred M. Putney, 
Annie R. Sanborn, 
Bertha M. Colbeth, 



Transportation of Scholars. 

Leonard B. Piper, carrying scholars to Schoodac, 
two years, 

Winnifred M. Putney, carrying scholars to 
Bashan, 

Bert E. Holmes, carrying scholars to Corser Hill, 
Ethel Hellbach, carrying scholars to Sweatt's 
Mills, 

Winnifred M. Putney, carrying scholars to 

Bashan, 21 weeks, 
Mrs. H. H. Hoar, carrying scholars to Corser 

Hill, 



$20.00 
120.00 
120.00 
94.00 
40.00 
10.00 
10.00 
80.00 
120.00 
15.00 
114.00 

11.00 
130.00 
70.00 
90.00 

85.50 



$1,129.50 



$64.00 

48.00 
48.00 

63.00 

84.00 

36.00 



$343.00 



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Text-Books and Supplies. 



Edward E. Babb & Co., maps and dictionaries, $66.00 
Ginn & Co., Cyr's Primers, 2.41 
Edward E. Babb & Co., supplies, 9.11 
Silver, Burdett & Co., singing-books, 12.80 
Harvey C. Sawyer, cash paid for ink and pen- 
holders, 1.95 
. ^Edward E. Babb & Co., spelling blanks and 

charges, 1.73 

Edward E. Babb & Co., books and supplies, 23.42 

Ginn & Co., geographies, 6.08 

Annie R. Sanborn, cash paid for supplies, .90 

Curtice & Co., supplies furnished, .75 



$125.15 

Salaries of District Officers. 

Harvey C. Sawyer, services as clerk, $2.00 

Harvey C. Sawyer, services as member of school 

board, 25.00 

Joseph H. Noyes, services as member of school 

board, 22.00 

Hattie R. Nichols, services as member of school 

board, 22.00 

Herbert C. Whitney, services as district treas- 
urer, 10.00 

Luther C. Putney, services as auditor, 1914, 1.00 



$82.00 

Balance from last year, $8.00 
Raised by vote of the district, 90.00 



$98.00 

Balance February 15, 1915, $16.00 



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Summary of Expenditures. 



Miscellaneous bills, 


- $169.65 


xtepdii ui oeiiuuiiiuubekSj 


^1 ^ 1 

O 1 .±x 


High school tuition, 


40.00 


Salaries of teachers, 


1,129.50 


Transportation of scholars. 


343.00 


Text-books and supplies. 


125.15 


Salaries of district officers, 


82.00 


Total expenditures, 


$1,946.41 



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By request of the State Tax Commission we print the 
following: 

.REPORT STATE TAX COMMISSION, 1914. 



INCREASE IN PUBLIC EXPENDITURES. 

No power has constituted the members of the tax commis- 
sion guardians of the public in respect to expenditures for 
the support of government, and they have no disposition 
to assume that role. Nevertheless, "economy being a most 
essential virtue in all states," and it being "the duty of 
legislators and magistrates * * * to countenance and 
inculcate the principles of * * * economy," all as set 
forth in the constitution of this state, the commissioners 
believe themselves to be amply justified in urging, as they 
have so often urged before, the importance of this subject 
upon the voters of the state. The public revenue, state 
and municipal, is the voters' business and they are respon- 
sible, directly or indirectly, for every extravagance affect- 
ing it from the inception to the termination of the fund. 

Every compulsory contribution levied by public authority 
upon people or property is in the broad sense of the term 
a tax, nor is it made less obnoxious or burdensome if called 
a fee or a fine. In the figures that follow, therefore, all 
fees, fines, and other exactions, if any, are included with 
the taxes upon polls and estates. To illustrate the com- 
parative importance of the two classes, it may be said that 
the taxes upon polls and estates represent about 95 per 
cent, and all other income about 5 per cent, of the total 
revenue of the state, and of the counties, cities, towns, 
districts and precincts therein. 



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Taxes as defined above have increased by leaps and 
bounds in recent years. In 1903 the sum of all the taxes 
assessed by and within the state of New Hampshire was 
$5,373,420.22; in 1913 it was $8,765,039.07, an increase of 
$3,391,618.85, or 63 per cent., in ten years. But these 
figures do not adequately represent the velocity the upward 
movement has now attained. To show that it is necessary 
to divide the ten-year period : The levy in 1908 was $924,- 
388.79, or 17 per cent, greater than in 1903, while that in 
1913 was $2,467,230.06, or 39 per cent, greater than in 
1908. By so much did the advance in the last half of said 
period exceed that in the first half. These figures will be 
the more alarming if it is remembered that while taxes 
already sufficiently heavy were advancing 63 per cent., the 
population of the state increased only about 4V2 per cent., 
and while the one was advancing 39 per cent., the other 
increased only about 2i/4 per cent. 

It is instructive to study the subject from another angle. 
In the ten years from 1904 to 1914, both inclusive, the 
annual increase in all taxes defined and limited as above 
was as follows : 



1904 $34,459.91 

1905 286,590.14 

1906 115,468.39 

1907 411,257.46 

1908 76,612.89 

1909 539,995.97 

1910 787,565.31 

1911 215,848.50 

1912 296,216.85 

1913 627,603.43 



The average yearly increase for the whole period was 
$336,561.85. The upward trend is more plainly shown, 

/ 



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however, by dividing, as before, the ten-year period in the 
middle and considering the halves separately. For the - 
first five years the average annual increase was $184,877.76 ; 
for the last five years it was $493,446.01. It is surely per- 
tinent to consider how long the little state of New Hamp- 
shire, almost stationary in wealth, can sustain a tax already 
burdensome and increasing at the rate of practically half 
a million dollars a year without crippling her industries 
and impoverishing her people. Plainly it is a condition 
not calculated to attract capital from without the state or 
to encourage business within the same. 

From the per capita standpoint the situation is not less 
disturbing. In 1903 there were assessed $12.88 in taxes 
for each man, woman and child in the state. Five years 
later there were assessed $14.75 for each individual, and 
in five years more $20.09. If in 1913 taxes had been equally 
distributed among all the people it would have meant a 
burden of $100 for each family of five members. Though 
in reality there was little such equality in the assessment 
there was much in the payment. The fact is that those who 
occupy, use or consume property, no matter who owns it, 
are those who in the last analysis pay most, if not all, of the 
taxes thereon. If the wage earner or the man of limited 
means understood he w^as in reality paying something like 
$100 a year in state and municipal and half as much more 
in federal taxes for the government of himself, his wife 
and three children his influence and his vote would more 
frequently make for economy in appropriations and ex- 
penditures than heretofore. 

No statistics for the year 1914 appear in the above para- 
graphs for the reason that they are not yet at hand except 
in part. 

STATE TAX COMMISSION, 
By W. B. Fellows, Secretary. 



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