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ANNUAL REPORTS 



of the 



SELECTMEN 



and 



Other Town Officers 



CHARLESTOWN 

NEW HAMPSHIRE 



For the Year Ending 
JANUARY 31, 1929 



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ANNUAL REPORTS 

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Ike SELECTMEN 

ana 
Otner Town Orricers 

CHARLESTOWN 

NEW HAMPSHIRE 



FOR THE YEAR ENDING 

January 31, 1929 



SPRINGFTELD 

PRINTING 

CORP. 



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TOWN OFFICERS 

Ernest F. Bowen _ _.... _ Moderator 

Richard H. Perry - - Town Clerk 

Frank W. Hamlin Treasurer 

Walter B. Wood, term expires 1929 _ ..Selectman 

J. Frank Frohock, term expires 1930 Selectman 

Olin S. Stearns, term expires 1931 Selectman 

Oscar F. Adams Overseer of Poor 

Thomas P. McMahon _ Highway Agent 

Ellen N. Bailey _..,._ _ _ Tax Collector 

Ednah S. Hammond ....._ Auditor 

D. Theodore Hoffman _ _ Auditor 

Reginald M. Drislane _ _ _ _ _ Auditor 

James W. Davidson - Chief of Police 

Louis L. Comstock , Health Officer 

Oscar C. Young, term expires 1929 Treas. Water Commission 

Byron B. Knight, term expires 1930 Supt. Water Commission 

Louis L. Comstock, term expires 1931 

Collector Water Commission 

Isaac F. Baldwin _ Supervisor 

Harry E. Buswell _. .Supervisor 

Helen M. Thayer Supervisor 

Lyman Brooks, term expires 1929 _ School Board 

Fred H. Perry, term expires 1930 School Board 

Hesslar T. Gates, term expires 1931 School Board 

Roy W. Gillmore Supt. of Schools 

Fred H. Perry, term expires 1929 Trustee of Trust Funds 

Frank W. Hamlin, term expires 1930 Trustee of Trust Funds 

Oscar C. Young, term expires 1931 Trustee of Trust Funds 

Lizzie D. Willard, term expires 1929 Library Trustee 

Helen M. Thayer, term expires 1929 Library Tnastee 

Frank W. Hamlin, term expires 1930 Library Trustee 

Elizabeth L Brock, term expires 1930 Library Trustee 

Oscar C. Young, term expires 1931 Library Trustee 

Richard R. Finn, term expires 1931 Library Trustee 

Frank W. Hamlin Justice of Municipal Court 

Harold P. Pratt Assistant Justice of Municipal Court 

Harold H. Ward Chief of Fire Department 



4 
TOWN WARRANT 



State of New Hampshire 

To the inhabitants of the Town of Charlestown, in the County 
of Sullivan, in said State, qualified to vote in Town affairs: — 

You are hereby notified to meet at the Town Hall in said 
Charlestown, on Tuesday, the twelfth day of March next at nine 
o'clock in the forenoon, to act upon the following subjects: 

Art. 1. To choose the necessary officers for the ensuing 
year. 

Art. 2. To consider the Budget. To raise such sums of 
money as may be deemed necessary for the maintenance of the 
poor, laying out and repairing highways, building and repair- 
ing bridges, and for necessary charges arising within the Town. 

Art. 3. To see what discount, if any, the Town will vote to 
make on property taxes paid on or before July 15th, 1929. 

Art. 4. To see if the Town will vote to allow the Selectmen 
to deliver the inventory blanks at the time of taking the inven- 
tory. 

Art. 5. To see if the Town will vote to authorize the Select- 
men to borrow on notes on the credit of the Town, such sums of 
money as may be needed to meet current expenses in anticipa- 
tion of taxes. 

Art. 6. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appro- 
priate the amount of money necessary to secure State Aid for 
the permanent improvement of highways, under the law passed 
at the January session, 1905. 

Art. 7. To see what sum of money the Town will vote to 
raise and appropriate for the purpose of lighting the streets 
within the Town. 

Art. 8. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appro- 
priate the sum of $400.00 for the purpose of co-operating with 
the State and Federal Government in the control of the white 
pine blister rust in the Town of Charlestown. 

Art. 9. To see what action the Town will take in regard 
to licensing junk dealers. 

Art. 10. To see what sum of money the Town will vote to 
raise and appropriate for the care of the trees on the village 
streets. 



Art. 11. To see what action the Town will take in regard 
to raising the salary of the Treasurer of the Water Commission 
now receiving $35.00 per year, and the Collector of Water Rents 
now receiving $75.00 per year. 

Art. 12. To see if the Town will vote to install a sewer 
from West Street to the residence of Frank E. Williams on 
Huntley Avenue, and raise and appropriate money for same. 

Art. 13. To see if the Town will vote to instruct the Select- 
men to install a street light on Summer Street, near the resi- 
dence of Blanche L. Young. 

Art. 14. To see if the Town will vote to instruct the Select- 
men to purchase a truck for town use, suitable for snow plow- 
ing, and raise and appropriate money for same. 

Art. 15. To see if the Town will vote to repair and paint 
the fence located on the south side of Forest Hill Cemetery 
and raise and appropriate money for same. 

Art. 16. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appro- 
priate the sum of $500.00 for the construction and repair of 
sidewalks in the village of Charlestown. 

Art. 17. To see what action the Town will take relative to 
purchasing a safe for keeping the Town Clerk's books. 

Art. 18. To see if the Town will vote to accept of all Trust 
Funds as reported in the annual Town Report January 31, 1929. 

Art. 19. To see if the Town will vote to instruct the Select- 
men to apply for State Bridge Aid to install a new bridge at 
South Charlestown on the Trunk Line Road, and authorize the 
Selectmen to borrow money on the credit of the Town to com- 
plete the same. 

Art. 20. To see if the Town will vote to accept the pro- 
visions of Chapter 87, Section 1, of the Revised Statutes, on a 
section of the Connecticut Valley road, so-called, and appro- 
priate, or set aside from the amount raised for highway work 
the sum of $20.00 for this purpose. 

Art. 21. To see if the Town will raise $16,665.00 toward 
the construction of the Trunk Line road and authorize the Se- 
lectmen to borrow from the State (agreeable to House Bill No. 
310) the balance necessary to complete this Trunk Line. 

Art. 22. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appro- 
priate the sum of $200.00 to repair the Mud-hole opposite Joseph 
Fisk's cow shed on the Acworth road. 



Art. 23. To see if the Town will vote to build a cement 
road from Streeter's corner to the junction of the Lover's Lane 
road near Cheshire Bridge, and authorize the Selectmen to 
borrow on the credit of the Town not to exceed $60,000.00 for 
the same. 

Art. 24. To see if the Town will vote to install six street 
lights on the Claremont road north of W. B. Whitney's residence 
providing the line is extended to the residence of B. E. Adams, 
and raise and appropriate the sum of $90.00 to maintain the 
same. 

Art. 25. To see what action the Town will take in regard to 
repairing the stage in the Town Hall. 

Art. 26. To see what action the Town will take in regard to 
Old Home Day. 

Art. 27. To see if the Town will vote to repair the High- 
way at the corner of Bridge and West street, also near Mrs. 
Abbie Foster's and raise and appropriate a sufficient sum of 
money for the same. 

Art. 28. To hear the reports of Agents, Auditors, Commit- 
tees or Officers heretofore chosen, and to pass any vote relating 
thereto, and to transact any other business that may legally 
come before said meeting. 

Given under our hands and seals this twenty-third (23rd) 
day of February, in the year of our Lord, 1929. 

W. B. WOOD (Seal) 
J. F. FROHOCK (Seal) 
O. S. STEARNS (Seal) 

Selectmen of Charlestown 

A true copy of warrant— Attest: 
W. B. WOOD 
J. F. FROHOCK 
O. S. STEARNS 

Selectmen of Charlestown 



INVENTORY 

Real estate $1,483,240 00 

180 horses 15,080 00 

6 mules 375 00 

2 oxen 200 00 

594 cows 45,130 00 

155 neat stock 8,950 00 

55 sheep 510 00 

4 hogs 40 00 

1065 fowls 1,065 00 

1 portable mill 300 00 

Wood and lumber 1,280 00 

Gasoline pumps and tanks 3,925 00 

Stock in trade 70,200 00 

Toll bridges, mills and electric lines 115,000 00 



$1,745,295 00 



Property exempt from local taxes 

Charlestown Woolen Co. 

Old mill and land $ 5,000 00 

Equipment, new mill 51,000 00 

Stock in trade 6,500 00 



-$ 62,500 00 



$1,807,795 00 
Tax rate, $3 40. 



APPROPRIATED, 1928 

The town voted at the annual meeting, March 13th, 1928, to 
raise the following sums: 

Town officers' salaries $2070 00 

Town officers' expenses 550 00 

Election and registration expenses 500 00 

Municipal court expense 111 00 

Care, supplies, Town hall 950 00 

Police department 800 00 

Fire department 1000 00 

Care tramps 72 60 

Health department 100 00 

Vital statistics 24 45 

Street lighting 2000 00 

Trunk line maintenance 4900 00 



Trunk line construction 


5000 00 


Town maintenance, highways and bridges 


8000 00 


Libraries 


500 00 


Town poor 


1000 00 


Patriotic purposes 


110 00 


Tax discount 


900 00 


Cemeteries 


500 00 


Cemeteries, North Charlestown 


300 00 


Cemeteries, painting fence, Forest Hill cemetery 


200 00 


Sewer maintenance 


900 00 


Interest, temporary loans 


300 00 


Interest, bonded debt 


725 00 


Interest, long term notes 


160 00 


Payment, long term notes 


1000 00 


State tax 


1500 00 


County tax 


4612 19 


Care of trees 


300 00 


Band 


400 00 


Snow plowing 


400 00 


Drainage system, Briggs Ave. 


400 00 


Steam roller 


1600 00 


School district 


22852 00 


Interest, trunk line construction notes 


600 00 




$65337 24 


Selectmen added 


559 29 




$65896 53 


Estimated 'receipts, poll taxes, etc. 


5995 00 


Amount of 1928 property taxes 


$59901 53 



FINANCIAL REPORT 

of the 

TOWN OF 

CHARLESTOWN 

— in — 
SULLIVAN COUNTY 

for the Fiscal Year Ending 

January 31, 1929 



CERTIFICATE 



This is to certify that the information contained in this re- 
port was taken from official records and is complete to the best 
of our knowledge and belief. 

February 14, 1929. 

W. B. WOOD 
J. F. FROHOCK 
O. S. STEARNS 

Selectmen 

F. W. HAMLIN, Treasurer 



10 

Town of Charlestown, N. H. 
BALANCE SHEET 



January 31, 1929 



ASSETS 



Cash : 

In hands of treasurer $ 1720 17 

In hands of officials — Treasurer Water 

Commission 76 99 

$1797 16 

Sinking Funds: 

Cash belonging to sinking funds $3622 26 

Accounts Due to the Town — 

Due from State: 

Bounties $ 18 20 

Joint highway accounts, unexpended bal- 
ances in state treasury 

Snow plowing 149 05 

Trunk line maintenance for 1929 299 39 

Due from County: 

County poor 24 50 

Other bills due Town: 

Water rentals 

Sewer connections 
Taxes not collected: 

Levy of 1925 

Levy of 1926 

Levy of 1928 



Total Assets 

Excess of liabilities over assets (net debt) 

Grand Total 

Net Debt— January 31, 1928 
Net Debt-January 31, 1929 

Increase of debt $21663 64 

Debt was created for trunk line construction 



201 


87 






259 


07 






52 


50 






153 


94 






2785 


24 










$ 3943 


76 




- 






$ 9363 


18 




- 


39721 


31 




$49084 


49 


$18057 


67 






39721 


31 







11 



LIABILITIES 
Accounts Owed by the Town: 

Due to School Districts: 

Dog licenses, $427 80, less $45 damage 

by dogs $ 382 80 

Due to School Districts 2852 00 

State and Town Joint Highway Accounts : 
Unexpended balance in Town treasury. 

Trunk Line Maintenance 149 69 

Long Term Notes Outstanding: 

Connecticut River National Bank, trunk 

line construction $25000 00 

Trustees of Trust funds, fire truck 3000 00 



$ 3384 49 



Bonds Outstanding: 

Water bonds 
Sewer bonds 



$10000 00 
7700 00 



$28000 00 



$17700 00 



Total Liabilities 



$49084 49 



Grand Total 



$49084 49 



RECEIPTS 
Current Revenue 



rom Local Taxes: 








Property taxes committed 








to collector, 1928 $59901 


53 






Less discount, 1928 1061 


10 






Less uncollected, 1928 2785 


24 






Property taxes current year, actually 








collected 




$56055 


19 


Poll taxes, current year, actually col- 








lected, 800 @ $2.00 




1600 


00 


Property and poll taxes, previous 








years, actually collected 




1924 


20 


Added tax 




2 


55 


Total of above collections 






$59581 94 



12 



From State: 

For highways: 

For state aid maintenance, Claremont 
road 

For trunk line maintenance 
Interest and dividend tax 
Snow plowing 
Railroad tax 
Savings bank tax 
Pine tree blister rust 
Fighting forest fires 
Tax abatement 



From County: 

For support of poor 

From Local Sources, Except Taxes: 

Dog licenses 

Business licenses and permits 
Fines and forfeits, municipal court 
Rent of town property 
Interest received on taxes 
Income from departments, sewers 
Permits for the registration of motor 
vehicles 



$ 603 34 








5375 88 








832 94 








95 86 








2506 63 








419 40 








1 11 








3 35 








78 96 










$ 
$ 


9917 


47 




263 


85 


; 427 80 








30 00 








271 00 








756 25 








59 30 








305 65 








2257 85 








_ 


$ 


4107 


85 



Receipts Other Than Current Revenue: 

Temporary loans in anticipation of taxes 

during year $18000 00 

Long term notes during year 25000 00 



$43000 00 



The Barrett Co., heating tarvia $ 90 06 

R. H. Perry, filing fees 7 00 

G. L. Richardson, use of town machinery 1235 50 
Thos. P. McMahon, use of town machinery 359 37 

C. P. Stearns, use of town machinery 664 01 

H. H. Ward, use of town machinery 70 00 

L. A. Cross, use of town machinery 21 00 

Merry-go-round 10 00 

C. Underwood, cemetery lot 5 00 



13 



J. W. Davidson, use of telephone 
Town of Charlestown, Adams gravel 
1927, Town of Charlestown, overdraft 
trunk line construction 



Total Receipts other than Current Revenue 

Total Receipts from All Sources 

Cash on hand February 1, 1928 

Grand Total 



36 10 
187 50 

152 59 



$ 2838 13 

$119709 24 
718 21 

$120427 45 



PAYMENTS 

Current Maintenance Expenses 

General Government: 

Town officers' salaries 

Town officers' expenses 

Election and registration expenses 

Municipal court expenses 

Expenses Town hall 



Protection of Persons and Property: 

Police department, including care of 

tramps 
Fire department, including forest fires 
Bounties 
Damage by dogs 

Health: 

Health department 
Vital Statistics 
Sewer maintenance 

Highways and Bridges: 

State aid maintenance, Claremont road 
Trunk line maintenance 
Town maintenance 
Street lighting 
Snow plowing 



$2070 


00 


619 


17 


573 


05 


111 


00 


962 


83 



$ 4336 05 



$ 724 


90 






1154 


96 






19 


00 






45 


00 








— 


$ 1943 


86 


$ 57 


37 






21 


90 






1423 


02 










$ 1502 


9q 


$1206 


69 




9746 


07 






10112 


70 






2005 


00 






387 


94 










$23458 


40 



14 



Libraries: 

Libraries 



$ 500 00 



Charities: 

Town poor $ 971 52 

County poor 104 25 

Patriotic Purposes: 

Aid to G. A. R. Memorial Day exercises $ 100 00 

Soldiers' Memorial, monument grounds 4 00 



$ 1179 77 



Public Service Enterprises: 






Town dump 


$ 


75 70 


• Town clock 




50 00 


Care of trees 




277 50 


Cemeteries 




974 18 


Unclassified: 






Auto tax permits 


$ 


130 00 


Running town lines 




66 70 


Abatement of taxes 




37 75 


Insurance 




387 66 


Picture booth and school signs 




71 60 



$ 1377 38 



$ 693 71 



Interest: 

Paid on temporary loans in anticipation 

of taxes 
Paid on long term notes 
Paid on bonded debt 

Total Interest Payments 



214 73 
448 34 
708 00 



$ 1371 07 



Outlay for New Construction and Permanent 
Improvements: 

Highways and bridges — trunk line con- 



struction 
Sewer construction 
New equipment, steam roller 

Total Outlay Payments 



$30393 39 

656 02 

1600 00 



$32649 41 



15 

Indebtedness : 

Payments on temporary loans in antici- 
pation of taxes $18000 00 

Payments on long term notes 1000 00 

Total Indebtedness Payments $19000 00 

Payments to Other Governmental Divisions: 

Taxes paid to state $4231 95 
Taxes paid to county 4612 19 
Payments to school districts 21851 20 
Total Payments to Other Govern- 
mental Divisions $30695 34 



Total Payments for All Purposes $118707 28 

Cash on hand January 31, 1929 1720 17 



Grand Total $120427 45 



16 



SCHEDULE OF TOWN PROPERTY 

Description 
Town Hall, lands and buildings 

Furniture and equipment 
Libraries, lands and buildings 

Furniture and equipment 
Police Department, equipment 
Fire Department, lands and buildings 

Equipment 
Highway Department, lands and buildings 

Equipment 

Water and sewer supplies 

Sewers and drains 
Water Supply, if owned by town 
Schools, lands and buildings 

Equipment 

Total 



Valu€ 




$25000 


00 


2000 


00 


10000 


00 


5000 


00 


500 


00 


3000 


00 


7000 


00 


3000 


00 


2800 


00 


1086 


00 


22000 


00 


65000 


00 


43350 


00 


11000 


00 


$200736 


00 



TOWN CLERK'S REPORT 

February 1st, 1929 
To the Town of Charlestown, N. H. 

I hereby issue a report of the dogs licensed in Charlestown 
during the year 1928. 

Number of dogs taxed, 176. 



Amount taken in, females 
Amount taken in, males 
Amount taken in, kennel 


ectfully submitted, 
RICHARD H. PER 


$135 00 

292 00 

36 00 




Total 

Town clerk's fee 


RY, Town 


$463 00 
35 20 


Paid to treasurer 

Resp 


$427 80 
Clerk 



17 
REPORT OF TOWN TREASURER 



Frank W. Hamlin, Treasurer 



Receipts 

Balance on hand January 31, 1928 $ 718 21 

State of New Hampshire 

Forest fires $ 3 35 

Trunk line maintenance 5375 88 

Pine tree blister 1 11 

Snow roller 95 86 

Interest and dividends 832 94 

Tax abatement 78 96 

Town road, Claremont 603 34 

$ 6991 44 

Barrett Mfg. Co., tarvia $ 90 06 

Licenses 

James Murray 

Sam Miller 

Lewis Blodgett 

$ 30 00 
Sullivan County 

March term 

September term 

Town Clerk 

Richard H. Perry, dog licenses 
Richard H. Perry, filing fees 
Richard H. Perry, auto permits, 1928 
Richard H. Perry, auto permits, 1929 

$ 2692 65 

Town Hall 

Walter B. Wood $ 756 25 

Sewer Department 
Byron D. Knight $ 305 65 

Municipal Court 

Frank W. Hamlin $ 271 00 



$ 


10 


00 




10 


00 




10 


00 


$ 


230 


85 




33 


00 


$ 


427 


80 




7 


00 




1196 


86 




1060 


99 



263 85 



18 



Taxes 

Richard R. Finn, 1926 
Ellen L. Bailey, 1927-28 

Temporary Loans 

Susie F. Chamberlain 
Connecticut River National Bank 

Highway Department 
Gilbert L. Richardson 
Thomas P. McMahon 
Clayton Stearns 
Harold H. Ward 
Levi Cross 



f 232 97 
59408 27 



> 3000 00 
40000 00 



$59641 24 



$43000 00 



$1235 50 

359 37 

664 01 

70 00 

21 00 



Miscellaneous 
Merry-go-round 
C. Underwood, cemetery lot 
James W. Davidson, use telephone 
Town of Charlestown, account Adams pit 
Town of Charlestown, overdraft highway 
account, 1927 



$ 2349 88 



10 00 

5 00 

36 10 

187 50 

152 59 



- $ 391 10 
$117501 42 



Disbursements 



Town officers 

Board of health 

Fire department 

Police department 

Sewer department 

Town hall 

Street lights 

Schools 

County paupers 

Town paupers 

Cemeteries 

Debt and interest 

Tax abatement 

State and county taxes 



$ 3262 22 

57 37 

1154 96 

724 90 

2079 04 

962 83 

2005 00 

21851 20 

104 25 

971 52 

974 18 

20371 07 

37 75 

5918 11 



19 



Highways and bridges 




10112 70 




State aid maintenance 




9746 07 




State road construction 




30393 39 




Claremont road, maintenance 




1206 69 




Snow plowing 




387 94 




Miscellaneous 




3460 06 








$115781 


25 


Balance on hand January 31, 


1929 


1720 


17 




$117501 


42 



Sinking Fund 



Report of the Town Treasurer As Custodian of Sinking Funds 
Town Bonds 

Balance on hand January 31, 1928 

Amount received from Water Commissioners 

Interest received 



Paid United States Government bonds 
Accrued interest on same 
Deposited in Connecticut River National Bank 
Deposited in New Hampshire Savings Bank 



Amount of fund January 31, 1929 
Connecticut River National bank 
New Hampshire Savings bank 
United States Government bonds 



Amount bonds outstanding January 31, 
Water bonds 
Sewer bonds 



Net debt January 31, 1928 
Net debt January 31, 1929 



1929 



Reduced during year 



$1732 


26 


1900 


00 


10 


00 


$3642 


26 


$2000 


00 


20 


00 


1614 


78 


7 


48 


$3642 


26 


$1614 


78 


7 


48 


2000 


00 


$3622 


26 


$10000 


00 


7700 


00 


$17700 


00 


$15967 


74 


14078 


74 


$ 1889 


00 



20 



Water and Sewer Interest Account 

Sewer Bond Coupons 
No. 28s Paid 6 at $2 00 
No. 29s Paid 8 at $2 00 
No. 30s Paid 74 at $2 00 
No. 31s Paid 74 at $2 00 



Water Bond Coupons 
No. 2s Paid 10 at $20 00 
No. 3s Paid 10 at $20 00 
No. 40s Paid 1 at $10 00 



Coupons outstanding January 31, 1929 



Received from Town of Charlestown 
Coupons outstanding January 31, 1928 



$ 12 


00 






16 


00 






148 


00 






148 


00 










$324 


00 






w 


$200 


00 






200 


00 






10 


00 










$410 


00 








$734 


00 






48 


00 




$782 


00 






$708 


00 






74 


00 



$782 00 



21 
SELECTMEN'S REPORT 



Summary of Payments — Current Maintenance Expenses 

Town officers, salaries $2070 00 



Town officers, expenses 
Election officers, salaries 
Election officers, expenses 
Municipal court, expenses 
Town hall 




619 17 
442 40 
130 65 
111 00 
962 83 


4^^fi 


OR 


Protection to Persons and Property 






Police department 

Care of tramps 

Fire department and forest fires 

Bounties 

Care of trees 

Damage by dogs 

Insurance 


$ 664 35 

60 55 

1154 96 

19 00 

277 50 

45 00 

387 66 


2609 


02 




Health 


"P 






Health department 
Vital statistics 
Sewer maintenance 




$ 57 37 

21 90 

1423 02 

$ 


1502 


29 



Highways and Bridges 

Street lighting $ 2005 00 

Snow plowing 387 94 

Trunk line maintenance 9746 07 

Claremont road 1206 69 

Town maintenance 10112 70 





Libraries 




Libraries 


Charities 




Town poor 




$971 52 


County poor 




104 25 



$23458 40 
$ 500 00 

$ 1075 77 



22 



Patriotic Purposes 



Memorial Day $100 00 

Care of monument grounds 4 00 





Public Service Enterprise 






Town clock 






$ 50 


00 


Cemeteries 






974 


18 


Town dump 




Interest 


75 


70 








Paid on temporary 


loans 




$214 


73 


Paid on long term i 


notes 




448 


34 


Paid on bonded debt 




708 


00 



$ 104 00 



Construction and Permanent Improvement 

Trunk line construction $30393 39 

Surface drainage construction 656 02 



Indebtedness 

Payment on temporary loans $18000 00 

Payment on long term notes 1000 00 



1099 88 



$ 1371 07 



$31049 41 



$19000 00 



Payment to Other Governmental Divisions 

Taxes paid to state $ 1305 92 



Taxes paid to county 
Paid to school treasurer 


Unclassified 


4612 19 
21851 20 

$27769 31 


Unclassified expenditures 
Running town lines 
Abatement of taxes 




$1801 60 
66 70 
37 75 

<t 1906 05 








$115781 25 



23 



DETAILED STATEMENT OF PAYMENTS 



Town Officers Salaries and Expenses 



Walter B. Wood, salary as selectman $ 400 00 

J. Frank Frohock, salary as selectman 400 00 

Olin S. Stearns, salary as selectman 400 00 

Frank W. Hamlin, treasurer 100 00 

Oscar F. Adams, overseer of poor 100 00 

Richard H. Perry, town clerk 100 00 

Ellen N. Bailey, tax collector 300 00 

Oscar C. Young, water commissioner 35 00 

Byron B. Knight, water commissioner 50 00 

Louis L. Comstock, water commissioner 75 00 

Louis L. Comstock, health officer 50 00 

Emma L. Valley, auditor 20 00 

Ednah S. Hammond, auditor 20 00 

Reginald M. Drislane, auditor 20 00 

Springfield Printing Corp., printing town reports 188 78 

Ira G. Colby, attorney 45 00 

J. M. Barton, attorney 25 00 

Henry M. Hurd, attorney, 1927-1928 51 00 
Connecticut River National Bank, rent safety deposit 

boxes 8 00 

Chas. W. Rounsevel, transfers 9 10 

Auto Service Bureau, manual 3 

Diamond Union Stamp Works, dater and pad 1 
Edson C. Eastman Co., record book for town clerk, $21; 

tax collector books, etc., $13 07; dog tags, $9.40 43 47 

L. L. Comstock, tax bills, printing, stationery, etc. 56 76 

Wm. Miller & Son, printing cards 11 50 

Geo. D. Nourse, supplies 3 15 
Perry & Willard, trustees bond, $10; tax collector bond, 

$25 35 00 

W. B. Wood, use of car $20; copying tax book $8 28 00 

J. F. Frohock, use of car 12 00 

O. S. Stearns, use of car, $30; team and telephone $4 40 34 40 
F. W. Hamlin, trip to Newport, $5; received deed, 87c; 

postage and telephone $5 10 87 

Oscar F. Adams, trip to Newport 5 00 

R. H. Perry, notifying jurors . 8 00 



59 

25 



24 



C. S. Hutchins, stamps 24 00 

New England Telephone & Telegraph Co., telephone 15 30 



$2689 17 



Election and Regristration Expenses 

Howard H. Hamlin, moderator 
Ernest F. Bowen, moderator 
William Miller, Jr., ballot inspector 
Fred W. Huntley, ballot inspector 
Eben U. Wright, ballot inspector 
Arthur M. Lane, ballot inspector 

0. S. Stearns, election officer 
J. F. Frohock, election officer 
W. B. Wood, election officer 
R. H. Perry, election officer 

1. F. Baldwin, supervisor 
Harry E. Buswell, supervisor 
Leroy D. Webster, supervisor 
D. T. Hoffman, Jr., meals for election officers 
J. A. Demars, lunch for election officers 
Mary Maxim, lunch for election officers 
L. L. Comstock, printing ballots, etc., $24; printing 

check lists, $29; supervisor slips, $2.25 



$ 10 


00 


20 


00 


30 


00 


30 


00 


30 


00 


30 


00 


30 


00 


30 


00 


30 


00 


40 


00 


56 


50 


55 


50 


50 


40 


68 


00 


4 


00 


3 


40 


55 


25 



$573 05 



Town Poor 

Frank W. Hamlin, overseer, amount paid $ 77 30 

Oscar F. Adams, overseer, amount paid 894 22 



$971 52 



County Poor 

Frank W. Hamlin, overseer, amount paid $ 46 75 

Oscar F. Adams, overseer, amount paid 57 50 



$104 25 



Town Hall 

James W. Davidson, care of Town hall $254 00 

James W. Davidson, installing basket ball baskets 40 03 

James W. Davidson, wood 17 00 



25 

James W. Davidson, hauling wood $8, setting glass $7 15 00 

C. A. Perkins, coal 125 98 

C. A, Perkins, wood 6 00 

D. B. Davis, wood 6 00 
Ernest Hill, wood 15 00 
Nelson-Warner Co., pulp plaster 1 80 
Nelson-Warner Co., wood 32 50 
Geo. G. Bowen, kindling 5 00 
Geo. D. Nourse, wax, supplies 2 35 

E. A. Morrill, mason work 4 12 

F. W. Hamlin, dust bane, supplies 27 11 
Page Belting Co., door mat 9 07 
A. H. Streeter, plumbing and lamps 22 50 
Perry & Willard, insurance 260 00 
Fall Mountain Electric Co., lights 119 37 

$962 83 

Fire Department 

Hamilton Rubber Mfg. Co., 500 ft. hose 

American Fire Equipment Co., search light and battery 

Eureka Fire Hose Mfg. Co., tower hooks and supplies 

Bowen Motor Co., use wash stand 

Geo. G. Bowen, lumber 

Economy Oil Co., battery charger and wiring $18 75; 
gas and oil, $23 38 

A. H. Streeter, gas cans and tunnel 

C. A. Perkins, coal 

F. W. Hamlin, gas, soda, supplies 

Perry & Willard, insurance 

Arthur Blanchard, gaskets 

Benj. F. Hall, janitor $60; labor on truck $15 

L. G. Fikes, labor 

New England Tel. & Tel. Co., phone 

Fall Mountain Electric Co., lights 

J. W. Davidson, fire warden, Acworth road fire $22; 

Springfield station fire $29 40 51 40 

Harry E. Buswell, secretary 

Robert Farman, alarm 28 00 

Prentiss place, alarm 1'^ 00 

M. E. Church sheds. North Charlestown 3 00 

A. D. Loop, alarm 33 00 

Edward Rowe, alarm 15 00 

Town dump fire 9 00 



$425 


00 


15 


18 


14 


70 


1 


00 


2 


32 


42 


13 


8 


60 


98 


14 


14 


33 


25 


00 


6 


48 


75 


00 


3 


13 


42 


25 


11 


80 



26 



F. W. Huntley, chimney fire 


2 00 


Gardner Way, chimney fire 


1 00 


F. B. Mayette, chimney fire 


1 00 


Arthur Moore, chimney fire 


1 00 


Thomas Ross, chimney fire 


2 00 


A. D. Loop, chimney fire 


5 00 


B. B. Knight, chimney fire 


3 00 


Clarence Slavin, chimney fire 


3 00 


John Stevens, chimney fire 


1 00 


Mrs. Roy, chimney fire 


3 50 


Arthur Parks, chimney fire 


1 00 


Bashaw, chimney fire 


2 00 


Fisk Block, chimney fire 


2 00 


Edith Straw, chimney fire 


5 25 


F. W. Huntley, chimney fire 


3 00 


L. H. Cochran, chimney fire 


6 00 


Ira Moore, chimney fire 


2 00 


Harry Richards, chimney fire 


2 00 


William Penny, chimney fire 


2 00 


F. W. Huntley, chimney fire 


3 00 


John Bashaw, chimney fire 


3 00 


Chester Eaton, chimney fire 


3 00 


Frank LaForge, chimney fire 


2 00 


Leslie Spaulding, chimney fire 


8 75 


William Miller, chimney fire 


1 00 


E. D. Walker, chimney fire 


3 00 


H. T. Gates, chimney fire 


4 00 


Edgar Jardine, chimney fire 


2 00 


Clifford Akin, chimney fire 


2 00 


Levi A. Cross, chimney fire 


2 00 


Salary, 22 firemen @ $6 


132 00 




$1154 96 


Vital Statistics 




Richard H. Perry 


$ 8 40 


Dr. William E. Clark 


2 75 


Dr. 0. C. Young 


2 75 


Dr. Victor Potvin 


75 


Dr. L R. Doane 


50 


Dr. J. H. Blodgett 


1 25 


Dr. R. H. Brooks 


75 


Dr. J. G. Henry 


25 


Dr. A. C. Listen 


50 



27 

Dr. S. G. Morrill 25 

Dr. H. C. Sanders 25 

Dr. W. M. Dowlln 60 

Dr. H. S. Ward 25 

Rev. J. J. Foley 25 

Rev. G. C. Wescott 25 

Rev. M. J. Murtaugh 25 

Rev. Thomas T. Dixon 25 

Rev. Albert Burque 25 

Rev. A. C. Ellenwood 26 

Rev. H. T. Law 50 

Rev. F. H. Reeves 25 

Rev. William T. Linaberry 25 

Fred H. Perry 25 



Municipal Court Expense 

Frank W. Hamlin, police judge 

Harold P. Pratt, assistant police judge fees 

Perry & Willard, justice bond 



Libraries 

Frank W. Hamlin, Treasurer, amount paid 

Patriotic Purposes 

Myron B. Knight, Memorial Day 

I. F. Baldwin, care of monument grounds 



Damage by Dogs 

Thomas P. Ahem, damage to fowls 
H. N. Whitmore, damage to heifer 
O. S. Steams, sheep killed by dogs 
H. W. Gushing, sheep killed by dogs 



Shade Trees 

George L. Harkins, trimming trees 
J. W. Davidson, trucking brush 



$21 


90 


$100 


00 


6 


00 


5 


00 


$111 


00 


$500 


00 


$100 


00 


4 


00 


$104 


00 


$ 1 


50 


17 


50 


10 


00 


16 


00 


$45 


00 


$239 


50 


38 


00 



$277 50 



28 



Town Clock 

J. W. Davidson, winding town clock 
J. W. Davidson, repairs, town clock 



Insurance 

Adams & Adams, workman's liability insurance 
Adams & Adams, motor vehicle insurance 
Adams and Bartlett, balance workmen's liability insur- 
ance 
Perry & Willard, insurance on blacksmith shop building 



$35 00 
15 00 

$50 00 



$219 


25 


65 


20 


80 


71 


22 


50 



Running Town Lines 

O. S. Stearns, running lines 

W. B. Wood, running lines $10; mileage $15 80 

J. F. Frohock, running lines $20; mileage $3 40 



$387 66 



$17 50 
25 80 
23 40 

$66 70 



$50 00 

4 50 

21 20 

$75 70 



Town Dump 

Walter Kidder, agent, rent town dump 
H. H. Ward, burning dump 
Charles Russell, cleaning dump 



Unclassified 

Gilbert L. Richardson, paid for steam roller 
W. N. Huntley, enlarging picture booth 
Standard Mfg. Co., highway school signs 
Richard H. Perry, for auto tax permits 



$1801 60 

Street Lights 

Fall Mountain Electric Co., street lights $1780 00 

Vermont Hydro-Electric Corp., street lights. North 

Charlestown 225 00 



$1600 


00 


50 


00 


21 


60 


130 


00 



$2005 00 



29 



Cemeteries 

Hugh H. Burns, labor in Forest Hill cemetery $275 00 

Hugh H. Burns, burial account 35 00 

Hugh H. Burns, clippers and canvas 9 00 

Lewis Blodgett, team 3 00 

A. H. Streeter, labor on fountain 3 39 

Thomas J. McMahon, labor in Hope Hill cemetery 100 28 

Thomas J. McMahon, burial account 15 00 

Alec Raymo, team 3 20 

Roscoe Stewart, truck and labor ' 41 90 

Leonard Wright, labor 1 93 

Bert Bundy, labor 14 00 

Thomas J. McMahon, labor, addition to Hope Hill ceme- 
tery 
James Williamson, labor, addition to Hope Hill cemetery 
Leonard Wright, labor, addition to Hope Hill cemetery 
Thomas P. McMahon, labor, addition to Hope Hill ceme- 
tery 
L. J. Penny, labor, addition to Hope Hill cemetery 
Alec Raymo, team 
Clarence Bailey, posts and lumber 
Nelson-Warner Co., phosphate and grass seed 
Nelson-Warner Co., trucking, Forest Hill cemetery 
Roy Gowing, cutting tree 2 00 

Hugh H. Burns, painting fence, Forest Hill cemeteiy 167 80 

Nelson-Warner Co., paint, oil and brushes 63 25 



54 


01 


16 


80 


20 


81 


4 


00 


1 


00 


53 


49 


19 


72 


42 


40 


27 


20 



$974 18 



Schools 

FVank W. Hamlin, Treas., amount paid 

Health Department 

Dr. 0. C. Young, vaccinations 

Dr. 0. C. Young, medical attendance. Pierce case 

Geo. D. Nourse, express 

L. L. Comstock, express 



.851 


20 


$28 


75 


19 


50 


1 


49 


7 


63 



$57 37 



Police Department 

James W. Davidson, police duty 
Harold H. Ward, special police 



$530 CO 
5 00 



30 



Everett M. Gay, special police 

Lewis J. Perry, special police 

D. B, Davis, wood 

Dr. O. C. Young, attending tramp 

New England Tel. & Tel. Co., telephone 



5 


00 


3 


50 


9 


00 


1 


50 


110 


35 



$664 35 



Tramp Account 

J. W. Davidson, 173 tramps @ 35c $60 55 

State and County Taxes 

Wesley A. Hunt, County Treasurer, county tax $4612 19 

Henry E. Chamberlain, State Treas., balance of state 

tax 1305 92 



$5918 11 



Total amount of State Tax for 1928 $4231 95 

Town credits: 

Railroad tax $2506 63 

Savings Bank tax 419 40 

$2926 03 

$1305 92 

County tax paid 4612 19 



$5918 11 



Sewer Maintenance 

Byron B. Knight, Supt., labor $ 685 90 

Byron B. Knight, use of car 80 28 

Byron B. Knight, coal, bolts 1 15 

Frank Bashaw, labor 121 15 

Charles Russell, labor 49 00 

Charles Dufield, labor 2 00 

H. F. McAdams, labor 7 00 

Henry Pecor, labor 14 00 

A. H. Streeter, labor 60 

Lewis Blodgett, team 89 62 

F. W. Hamlin, tools, stone, supplies 36 70 

Howard Hardware Co., clamps and supplies 3 11 

Pierce & Perry Co., sewer tools 53 60 

Eastern Clay Goods Co., tile 170 37 



31 



B. & M. R. R., freight on tile 
George G. Bowen, lumber 
Nelson- Warner Co., cement 

H. F. McNamara, repairs 

C. A. Perkins, truck, salt 



Surface Drainage Construction 

Byron B. Knight, labor 

Byron B. Knight, use of car 

Byron B. Knight, telephone toll, express, sand 

Frank Bashaw, labor 

Angelo Belluscio, labor 

Jos. Sylvester, labor 

N. Venette, labor 

Charles Russell, labor 

Lewis Blodgett, team 

Nelson-Warner Co., cement 

Pierce & Perry Co., jute 

Vermont Snath Co., castings 

Howard Hardware Co., tile 

C. A. Perkins, cement 



Abatement of Taxes 

Geo. A. Hammond 
Richard R. Finn, collector 



81 


98 


1 


68 


11 


25 


2 


75 


10 


88 


$1423 


02 


$239 


50 


. 53 


30 


2 


64 


135 


21 


49 


83 


21 


50 


10 


50 


12 


25 


45 


40 


38 


60 


7 


70 


10 


73 


20 


16 


8 


70 


$656 


02 


$32 


50 


5 


25 



$37 75 



Indebtedness Paid 

Connecticut River National Bank, temporary loans 
Connecticut River National Bank, interest on tempo- 
rary loans 
Susie F. Chamberlain, temporary loan 
Susie F. Chamberlain, interest on temporary loan 
Trustees of Trust Funds, fire truck note paid 
Trustees of Trust Funds, interest on fire truck notes 
Connecticut River National Bank, interest on trunk 

line construction notes 275 00 

Frank M. Hamlin, Treas., interest on water and sewer 

bonds 708 00 

$20371 07 



$15000 


00 


97 


23 


3000 


00 


117 


50 


1000 


00 


173 


34 



32 

Claremont Road Maintenance, Unimproved Section 

Thomas P. McMahon, foreman $ 

Thomas P. McMahon, use of car 

Vernon Morse, labor 

James Williamson, labor 

Eben U. Wright, labor 

Bert Bundy, labor 

Ed. Bundy, labor 

Frank Bundy, labor 

Fred Ryan, labor 

Urvin Booth, labor 

Henry Follansby, labor 

J. F. Frohock, labor 

G. L. Richardson, labor 

Charles Fedelski, labor 

U. S. Tallman, labor 

Leon Adams, labor 

Jesse Bacon, labor 

Walter Rumrill, labor 

C. Hoskinson, labor 

Walter Woodard, labor 

Preston Howard, labor 

Lewis Bundy, labor 

Lewis Cheever, labor 

Lewis Morris, labor 

J. A. Buffam, labor 

W. G. Penny, labor 

Floyd Williams, labor 

Gerald Kinson, labor 

Clyde Parks, labor 

M. Shouvelle, labor 

Frank Neddy, labor 

John Stoughton, labor 

Algene Fisk, labor 

Eugene Howard, labor 

C. P. Stearns, labor and mileage 

Lucius Tallman, tractor 

J. W. Davidson, tractor 

Town tractor 

Town water truck 

Town steam roller 

Town truck 

Economy Oil Co., bailed straw 

F W. Hamlin, rope and blocks 



46 


11 


6 


00 


56 


17 


38 


65 


30 


55 


20 


61 


3 


11 


3 


11 


15 


00 


9 


78 


12 


83 


5 


00 


3 


50 


1 


95 


7 


00 


10 


11 


5 


05 


3 


50 


3 


50 


3 


50 


3 


50 


8 


50 


3 


50 


3 


50 


1 


55 


2 


91 


1 


55 


2 


91 


1 


55 


1 


55 


1 


55 


3 


50 


1 


55 


2 


91 


4 


66 


57 


72 


36 


00 


300 


59 


18 


00 


60 


00 


4 


72 


15 


98 


29 


00 



33 



Henry Page, gravel 
Nat I. Kinson, sand 
C. A. Perkins, truck 
W. D. Eaton, truck 
George Lombard, truck 
E. R. Miler, truck 
Clifton Straw, truck 
Lucius Tallman, truck 
William Booth, truck 
G. L. Richardson, truck 
Vernon Morse, truck 



Cash received from state 



17 


00 


26 


60 


17 


34 


10 


01 


17 


34 


19 


50 


47 


34 


60 


00 


36 


00 


60 


00 


48 


33 


$1206 


69 


603 


34 



$ 603 35 

Trunk Line Maintenance Account, Connecticut Valley Road 

Levi A. Cross, patrol work with truck $1937 95 

Nelson Benware, labor 616 00 

Harold H. Ward, patrol work with truck 1778 75 

C. P. Stearns, labor 353 75 

L. S. Smith, labor 200 00 

Town, steam roller 316 67 

Town, water truck 99 00 

Town, tractor . 126 45 

E. R. Miler, truck 131 25 

G. L. Richardson, truck 17 28 

Fred G. Hill, truck 48 00 

W. B. Whitney, truck 31 50 

CliflFord Straw, truck 114 00 

George Lombard, truck 110 66 

W. D. Eaton, truck 407 33 

C. A. Perkins, truck 350 50 

J. W. Davidson, truck 289 17 

J. W. Davidson, tractor 60 00 

J. O. Fisk, truck 7 50 

O. S. Stearns, team 43 45 

Fred I. Putnam, team 21 00 

Lee Soucie, team 14 00 

C. P. Stearns, foreman, sanding, oiling, etc. 267 22 

C. P. Stearns, use of car 98 90 

Leon F. Adams, labor 156 48 

W. G. Penny, labor 110 25 



34 

Gerald Kinson, labor 
Eugene Howard, labor 
E. R. Kinson, labor 
Clarence Jardine, labor 

B. B. Knight, labor 
Leslie Spaulding, labor 
H. F. Ladd, labor 
Harry Ryan, labor 
Carl Mellen, labor 
Leonard Wright, labor 
Clifford Booth, labor 
Oscar Fisk, labor 
R. Warren, labor 
Floyd Williams, labor 
J. C. Buffam, labor 
Clyde Parks, labor 
Ben Turner, labor 
E. Pitcher, labor 

Nick , labor 

Preston Howard, labor 
Carl Royce, labor 
Fred Webb, labor 
Algene Fisk, labor 
Jesse Bacon, labor 
Frank Neddy, labor 
Herbert Sylvester, labor 
Malcom Shourlle, labor 
G. C. Lewis, oiling 
G. C. Lewis, use of car 
G. C. Lewis, truck 
Edward Reardon, truck 
J. Beane, labor 
G. Webster, labor 
Ira Austin, labor 

C. Whitney, labor 
George Comstock, labor 
C. Fifield, labor 
W. Sweeney, labor 
H. Lakin, labor 
E. Miller, labor 
H. Bragg, labor 
E. Crosby, labor 
Ezra Buss, labor 
A. Tucker, labor 13 78 



105 


00 


169 


56 


1 


50 


7 


00 


5 


00 


77 


00 


52 


50 


10 


50 


33 


44 


3 


50 


7 


00 


66 


31 


15 


31 


10 


21 


18 


86 


41 


42 


28 


98 


58 


00 


56 


98 


1 


56 


1 


56 


26 


06 


52 


08 


61 


83 


48 


91 


68 


01 


44 


95 


24 


44 


20 


00 


6 


00 


32 


62 


7 


00 


1 


42 


17 


60 


10 


66 


13 


78 




89 




89 


2 


22 


6 


22 


6 


22 


19 


86 


13 


78 



36 



Oscar Pratt, labor 

Steve Roby, labor 

Howard Hardware Co., shovels, paint, brushes, tools 

A. M. Bragg-, paint 

L. A. Cross, stamps 

A. H. Streeter, iron pipe, labor, supplies 

H. F. McNamara, repairing tools and supplies 

C. A. Perkins, cement 

F. W. Hamlin, shovels, hardware, tools, etc. 

Bert Cross, mason work 

Kathryn Budd, brick 

Harry Lord, catch basin cover and grate 

H. H. Ward, broom and pipe 

L. A. Cross, gas and oil 

George G. Bowen, posts and lumber 

H, A. Hatch, lumber 

O. S. Stearns, plank and labor 

Fifield & Son, sand and gravel 

C. A. Evans, sand 

A. C. Smith, sand 

H. H. Hamlin, sand 

Harvey Royce, sand 

Alice L. Cross, sand 

Boston & Maine Ry. Co., freight on patch and mixer 



13 


78 


10 


66 


22 


50 


11 


55 


1 


56 


22 


42 


80 


35 


18 


90 


76 


43 


3 


00 


2 


00 


5 


65 


3 


20 


9 


54 


17 


04 


38 


40 


12 


00 


47 


55 


8 


40 


40 


05 


4 


00 


70 


00 


20 


00 


229 


62 



$9746 07 



Balance, 1927 
1928 appropriation 



State expended for patch, cul- 
verts, tarvia, engineering 



Cash received from state 

Amount expended by town 
Balance for 1929 



State Town Total 

$ 54 94 $ 36 63 $ 91 57 

9800 00 4900 00 14700 00 



$9854 94 $4936 63 $14791 57 
4596 42 



$5258 


52 


$4936 63 


4959 


13 


4959 13 




$9895 76 






9746 07 



$ 299 39 $ 149 69 $ 449 08 



36 
Trunk Line Construction Account, Connecticut Valley Road 



Gilbert L. Richardson, Foreman 

G. L. Richardson, foreman $ 945 00 

G. L. Richardson, gasoline shovel 4237 50 

G. L. Richardson, trucks 4152 00 

G. L. Richardson, auto mileage 192 20 

C. A. Perkins, trucks 1485 00 

J. O. Fisk, truck 1767 00 

William Booth, truck 1653 00 

Clifton Straw, truck 1002 00 

Lucius Tallman, truck 903 00 

U. S. Tallman, truck 216 00 

W. D. Eaton, truck 582 00 

Town truck 567 00 

Town road machine 92 50 

Town steam roller 560 00 

Fred I. Putnam, team 17 50 

Fred Craig, team 7 00 

H. F. Ladd, assistant foreman 672 00 

Thomas Ross, labor 608 14 

Leslie Spaulding, labor 585 39 

Henry Wood, labor 514 53 

Albert Fisk, labor 553 03 

Frank Snow, labor 511 88 

Forest Frint, labor 245 03 

J. B. McAdams, labor 440 14 

Alson Clark, labor 574 03 

H. Fisk, labor 344 75 

Lee Soucie, labor 309 75 

Bert Bundy, labor 329 00 

Hugh McManamy, labor 287 00 

Eli Truheart, labor 193 39 

Henry Thomas, labor 185 53 

Eben U. Wright, labor 170 62 

William Moore, labor 228 39 

Chester Eaton, labor 248 53 

Frank McGill, labor 162 78 

R. A. Smith, labor 196 00 

Harry Ryan, labor 448 89 

Fred Ryan, labor 127 75 

Henry Follansby, labor 11'7 25 

B. A. Bundy, labor 168 00 

H. Russell, labor 115 50 



37 



Urvin Booth, labor 
Carl Fedelski, labor 
William Holden, labor 
George Holden, labor 
Ira Burns, labor 
Leonard Wright, labor 
Glen Parks, labor 
H. Willoughby, labor 
Charles Wade, labor 
E. Bashaw, labor 
Jesse Bolles, labor 
Lucius Tallman, labor 
J. Penny, labor 
George Bushey, labor 

E. G. Merrill, labor 
Carl Stoughton, labor 

B. H. McAdams, labor 
G. Morris, labor 

P. Parrent, labor 

Thomas Connor, labor 

Mark Worthly, labor 

Charles Wetherby, labor 

Ross Wollcott, labor 

Burt Cross, labor 

H. F. McNamara, repairs 

Howard Hardware Co., dynamite, caps, fuses, etc. 

A. M. Bragg, brick 

A. H. Streeter, supplies 
Nelson-Warner Co., cement 

C. A. Perkins, cement 

George G. Bowen, lumber and posts 
Clayton Stearns, lumber and railings 
Sherman Power Co., use of compressor 
N. A. Austin, gasoline 

F. W. Hamlin, shovels $40; paint and oil $35 80; wire 

and supplies $28 46 
Mrs. L. M. Smith, stone and gravel 
Town Treasurer, for B. E. Adams gravel 
Town Treasurer, for overdraft, 1927 
Town Treasurer, for amount paid from town funds to 

finish 1927 construction work 
C. R. Potter, stone 

B. R. Bixby, gravel 
Alice Cross, sand 



75 


50 


91 


01 


62 


14 


42 


00 


36 


75 


82 


25 


111 


15 


61 


25 


49 


00 


21 


00 


3 


50 


8 


75 


35 


00 


30 


64 


33 


25 


19 


25 


8 


75 


10 


50 


40 


25 


40 


25 


14 


00 


14 


00 


3 


50 


10 


00 


9 


15 


35 


60 


16 


50 


12 


97 


5 


25 


242 


20 


122 


18 


62 


08 


52 


37 


13 


50 


104 


26 


523 


00 


187 


50 


152 


59 


416 


75 


72 


50 


25 


00 


24 


00 



38 



J. O. Fisk, sand and use of mixer 18 00 

Frank Bundy, stone 10 00 

Henry Page, stone 8 00 

George Lombard, stone 4 50 
F. E. Everett, Commissioner, amount expended by state 

in excess of $5000 655 80 



$30393 39 
Expended by state for culverts, tarvia and engineering 5000 00 



Cost of road 



$35393 39 



Town appropriation 
State appropriation 



Amount of debt 



$5000 00 
5000 00 



$10000 00 
$25393 39 



Trunk Line Snow Account 

Bowen Motor Co., plowing 

G. L. Richardson, labor plowing 

J. O. Fisk, truck sanding 

H. H. Ward, sanding 

L. A. Cross, sanding 

Nelson-Warner Co., salt 

C. F. Stoughton, salt 

C. A. Perkins, salt 

Fred G. Huntley, setting up snow fence 

Fred G. Huntley, truck 

Sidney Davis, labor 

Charles Mosher, labor 



HIGHWAY DEPARTMENT 



Thomas P. McMahon, Highway Agent 

Thomas P. McMahon, agent 

Thomas P. McMahon, use of car 

Thomas P. McMahon, freight and tube 

James Williamson, labor 

Vernon Morse, labor, truck driver 

Eben U. Wright, labor and steam roller driver 



$ 261 


75 


5 


00 


23 


33 


24 


53 


29 


28 


9 


60 


2 


45 


5 


50 


6 


00 


12 


50 


4 


00 


4 00 



$ 387 94 



$ 774 73 
115 70 
5 61 
467 45 
315 27 
538 04 



39 



Eugene Howard, labor 
Leon Adams, labor 
Bert Bundy, labor 
Alonzo Morse, labor 
Fred Ryan, labor 
Colby Hoskinson, labor 
Walter Rumrill, labor 
Charles Fedelski, labor 
Urvin Booth, labor 
Bernard Murray, labor 
B. B. Knight, labor 

B. B. Knight, mileage and bridge toll , 
George W. Eggleston, labor 

Henry Follansby, labor 

J. F. Frohock, labor and mileage 

Leonard Wright, labor 

T. P. Ahern, labor 

Frank Bashaw, labor 

Walter Woodard, labor 

G. L. Richardson, labor 

G. L. Richardson, truck and repairs 

Hubert Scott, labor 

George Wright, labor 

Fred G. Hill, labor 

Thomas J. McMahon, labor 

Charles Elie, labor 

Ralph Royce, labor 

C. P. Stearns, labor 

C. P. Stearns, mileage and pails 

W. D. Eaton, truck 

Lucius Tallman, truck 

C. A. Perkins, truck 

J. O. Fisk, truck 

J. W. Davidson, water truck $152 65; trucking $5; 
tires $66 50 

L. L. Richardson, team ^ 

Jos. Trybulski, team 

Vernon Morse, team 

Lewis Blodgett, team 

Fred G. Hill, team 

Fred L Putnam, team 

Bowen Motor Co., Weir grader $1000; new motor and 
transmission for town truck $150 84; repairs and 
supplies for town road machinery $488 91 



191 93 

118 42 

243 80 

108 68 

200 66 

115 7g 

124 81 

63 78 

30 00 

75 46 

23 80 

7 15 

75 

7 39 

2 58 



14 00 

1 75 

12 00 

29 95 

30 00 

13 41 
8 17 

2 33 
11 67 

3 50 

1 00 

11 50 
24 32 

3 00 
164 00 

18 67 

152 79 

53 17 

224 15 

12 15 

4 00 

15 75 

2 25 
21 00 

5 25 



1639 75 



40 



The Barrett Co., 5950 gals, tarvia B 
Solvay Sales Corp., 25 tons calcium chloride 

B. & M. R. R. Co., freight on calcium chloride 
Dyer Sales Machine Co., scraper blades 
Acme Road Machine Co., scraper blades 
Jerry Keefe & Son, coal 

Sherman Power Co., coal 

Charlestown Woolen Co., coal 

Green Mfg. Co., wood 

L. O. Farwell, sawing lumber 

Walker Bros., bridge plank ▼ 

James Williamson, lumber and posts 

George G. Bowen, lumber 

F. W. Hamlin, water tank $10; tools and supplies $28 14 

New England Metal Culvert Co., culverts 

The A. G. A. Co., 4 gas tanks 

Vermont Snath Co., sewer grates 

Sewer Department, tile 

Economy Oil Co., tire and tube 

H. W. Towner, use of seeder 

H. F. McNamara, repairs 

Rand, Ball & King, dynamite and powder 

J. J. Sargent, tractor belt 

Nelson-Warner Co., cement and lime 

Fall Mountain Electric Co., removing tree 

C. A. Perkins, cement, roofing, for steam roller house 
L. G. Fikes, labor, building steam roller house 
Eben U. Wright, labor, building steam roller house 
0. S. Stearns, windows for steam roller house 
George G. Bowen, lumber for steam roller house 

F. W. Hamlin, paint, hinges, etc., steam roller house 
A. H. Streeter, labor and iron, steam roller house 
C. A. Perkins, roofing for blacksmith shop building 
L. G. Fikes, shingling, blacksmith shop building 
George B. Albee, oil cups for steam roller 
Willard's Garage, cylinder and piston, repairs steam 

roller 
Fifield & Co., welding, steam roller 
E. U. Wright, repairs, steam roller 
C, P. Stearns, valve, repairs, steam roller 
A. H. Streeter, repairs, steam roller 
Niles A. Hanson, scarifier points, steam roller 
A. C. Smith, gravel 
H. H. Hamlin, gravel 



821 


10 


563 


06 


114 


89 


97 


00 


18 


00 


181 


71 


13 


50 


20 


75 


3 


00 


5 


00 


156 


93 


18 


00 


29 


29 


38 


14 


50 


27 


52 


00 


10 


27 


3 


60 


9 


65 


5 


00 


9 


00 


8 


40 




50 


15 


05 


27 


26 


53 


10 


66 


00 


36 


30 


3 


00 


46 


55 


9 


03 


13 


88 


131 


24 


46 


00 


1 


75 


217 


67 


4 


00 


1 


45 


5 


30 


10 


89 


35 


00 


6 


00 


8 


00 



41 



Fred G. Hill, gravel 


2 50 


W. D. Eaton, gravel 


29 40 


A. D. Loop, gravel 


1 50 


George Lombard, gravel 


2 00 


Jos. Trybulski, gravel 


3 00 


H. M. Stickney, gravel 


2 00 


Town of Springfield, gravel 


184 30 


L. A. Cross, sand 


1 00 


George Fellows, gas 


6 87 


N. A. Austin, gas and oil 


59 42 


J. F. Frohock, gas 


48 00 


Economy Oil Co., gas and oil 


396 22 


M. L. Bascom, gas, oil and repairs 


33 38 


C. F. Stoughton, paint, tools, gas and supplies 


54 03 


George C. Lewis, foreman, oiling 


15 56 


H. Lakin, truck, oiling 


10 00 


E. Pitcher, truck, oiling 


18 00 


C. Whitney, labor 


6 22 


Steve Roby, labor 


6 22 


Oscar Pratt, labor 


6 22 


E. Crosby, labor 


6 22 


Ezra Buss, labor 


6 22 


G. Comstock, labor 


6 22 


A. Tucker, labor 


6 22 


0. Crosby, labor 


6 22 


Ira Austin, labor 


3 50 


M. Shovelle, labor 


5 72 


G. C. Lewis, truck 


10 00 


George Webster, labor 


2 22 


H. Bragg, labor 


2 22 


E. Miller, labor 


2 22 


H. Lakin, labor 


2 22 


H. Sylvester, labor 


3 50 


Jesse Bacon, labor 


3 50 


Clyde Parks, labor 


3 50 


Algene Fisk, labor 


3 50 


Fred Neddy, labor 


3 50 


Claribel M. Stearns, housing roller 


5 00 


Emma Bacon, housing snow fence 


4 00 


Georgia E. Gay, housing snow fence 


4 00 


Clarence Bailey, breaking roads 


3 50 


A. C. Smith, bi-eaking roads 


3 00 


Lucius Tallman, breaking roads 


2 00 


Richard Jeffrey, breaking roads 


1 56 



42 



George G. Bowen, sawdust 1 00 

Bowen Motor Co., plowing 

J. 0. Fisk, scraping- walks 

Edgar Jardine, scraping walks 

O. S. Stearns, scraping walks 

Lewis Blodgett, scraping walks 

Lewis Blodgett, sanding walks 

George Wright, sanding walks 

C. A. Perkins, salt and sanding 

W. J. Bailey, breaking roads 



Received for use of town road machinery on 
trunk line maintenance and construc- 
tion work $2439 94 
Received from joint construction fund as 
follows : 

Paid for gravel, 1927 187 50 

To complete 1927 construction 416 75 

Overdraft for 1927 152 59 

$ 3196 78 



36 


25 


8 


00 


14 


50 


9 


00 


31 


50 


22 


00 


14 


00 


11 


30 


1 


70 


$10112 


70 



$ 6915 92 



REPORT OF TRUSTEES OF TRUST FUNDS 



Fred H. Perry, Frank W. Hamlin, Oscar C. Young, Trustees 



Receipts 










Balance on hand January 31, 1928 






$ 272 


96 


Swan Fund 










Interest received 


$ 13 


32 






Paid school treasurer 






$ 13 


32 


Charles H. Hoyt Fund 










Received from 1928 income account 


$1144 


17 






Received interest from funds 


246 


64 








$1390 


81 




Paid Bartlett Concrete Co. 


$1390 


00 






Deposited Connecticut River National 


Bank, 








income account 




81 


S 1390 


81 



43 

Maria L. Holden School Fund 

Interest received $ 530 98 

Deposit Connecticut River National Bank $ 530 98 



Cemeteries 




Interest received from funds 


$ 598 91 


Perpetual care 




Everett W. Greenwood 


100 00 


David C. Middleton 


100 00 


Charles Fletcher 


100 00 


David E. Farwell 


400 00 


R. R. Townsend 


100 00 


Frank J. White 


100 00 


Grace C. Whitcomb 


100 00 


Jane Labaree 


100 00 


Betsey E. Cummings 


100 00 


George C. Chamberlain 


75 00 


Mary A. Hutchins and Ellen R. 


Hodgman 50 00 


Patrick O'Leary 


50 00 


Francis B. Upham 


100 00 



$2073 91 

Paid 

Hugh H. Burns $ 267 50 

Thomas J. McMahon 48 75 

Bank income account 282 66 

Connecticut River National Bank, savings 

department 1475 00 



$ 2073 91 



Silsby Free Public Library 

Town of Charlestown 

Water note paid $1000 00 

Interest received 461 20 



Paid Connecticut River 

savings department 
Library treasurer 


National 


$1461 20 

Bank, 

$1000 00 
461 20 



$ 1461 20 



44 



Widows Fund 

Received from 1928 income account 

Received interest 

Received Trustees Trust funds 



Paid 

Emma J. Davis 
Laura Miller 
Julia Bashaw 
Nettie J. Hunt 
Mary W. Bailey 
Mary Richardson 
Mabel Simmons 
Mary E. Draper 

Paid C. W. Rounsevel, copy of deed 
Due from Widows fund 
Balance on hand 



$ 13 


42 




328 


55 




43 


03 




$ 380 


00 




$ 47 


50 




47 


50 




47 


50 




47 


50 




47 


50 




47 


50 




47 


50 




47 


50 






<R 


380 00 
1 00 




"P 
$ 






43 03 




$ 


228 93 



$6123 18 $6123 18 



Trust Funds in Hands of Trustees 

Cemeteries 

Horace Metcalf $ 500 00 

Clara Gilchrist 100 00 

George W. Mark 70 00 

Aaron Dean 100 00 

Julia A. Osgood 100 00 

Mclntire and Hull 100 00 

Aaron Clark 200 00 

Dexter Bradford 100 00 

Morse and Darrah 100 00 

Henry F. Evans 125 00 

Emily O. Bradbury 100 00 

Jane Labaree 200 00 

Sylvester Crosby 100 00 

Susan Ellinwood 100 00 

Helen M. Robertson 250 00 

Timothy Holden 100 00 

Robert Meacham 100 00 

Thomas D. Howard 100 00 



45 

Mary Chubb 50 00 

Almira Putnam 100 00 

George S. Bond 100 00, 

Franklin Graves 100 00 

Charles H. Morse 500 00 

Edward Harlow 100 00 

Maria Frost 75 00 

Eliot Hubbard 300 00 

George Wood 70 25 

Sarah Griggs 100 00 

William M. and Everett T. Holden 100 00 

Robert F. Cowing 50 00 

Foster W. Hastings 100 00 

George W. Parks 50 00 

Clifton H. Dwinell 100 00 

Stephen A. Spooner 100 00 

Sarah A. Rogers 41 25 

Horace B. Allen 100 00 

Erastus and Isa Marble 100 00 

Sabin E. Fisk and Charles H. Sparrow 100 00 

John Lynch 100 00 

Caroline S. Gibson 50 00 

William E. Clark 100 00 

Catherine Paris 784 96 

Frank R. Bates 100 00 

Elmer C. Harlow 100 00 

Nellie Farr Harlow 100 00 

Americus K. Howard 100 00 

George H. Moore 100 00 

Oscar W. Walker 100 00 

Jennison J. Hubbard 100 00 

James H. Bowker 500 00 

Hattie A. Barnard 50 00 

Harriet H. Albee 100 00 

Harvey Ellinwood 100 00 

William Jennings 100 00 

George and Almira Lamb 100 00 

William Dillon 200 00 

George D. Holton 200 00 

Sabrina Aldrich 100 00 

Keziah Campbell 100 00 

Henry Easter 75 00 

Ella Clark Clough 100 00 

Byron F. Roys 100 00 



46 



Z. Taylor Johnson 


150 00 


Cornelius Callahan 


50 00 


Thomas Maroney 


50 00 


George H. O'rear 


200 00 


Frank W. Soper 


100 00 


Elizabeth Morris 


100 00 


John C. Fairbrother 


100 00 


James Harvey Baldwin 


100 00 


Levi Albee 


100 00 


Henry Willard 


100 00 


Emily A. Gilmore 


100 00 


Sarah Ballard 


100 00 


George H. Messer 


100 00 


Orson D. Cummings 


100 00 


Elizabeth A. Morris 


100 00 


Helen E. Corbin 


100 00 


Herbert W. Dickinson 


200 00 


D. J. Reynolds 


50 00 


George Bailey 


65 00 


Delia M. Hamlin 


100 00 


Frances Miller, Rand White, Charles A. Way 


300 00 


Maria L. Holden 


196 50 


Everett W. Greenvv^ood 


100 00 


David C. Middleton and Charles Fletcher 


200 00 


David E. Farwell 


400 00 


R. R. Townsend 


100 00 


Frank J. White 


100 00 


Grace C. Whitcomb 


100 00 


Betsey E. Cummings 


100 00 


George C. Chamberlain 


75 00 


Mary A. Hutchins and Ellen R. Hodgman 


50 00 


Patrick O'Leary 


50 00 


Frances B, Upham 


100 00 


General fund 


594 44 




$12907 95 



Invested Funds 

Swan Fund 

Connecticut River National Bank, savings department $330 33 
Income used for schools. 



47 

Widows Fund, Ashael Porter, J. Harvey Baldwin, Maria 
L. Holden, donors 

City of Birmingham bonds $2000 00 

Connecticut River National Bank, savings department 5712 25 



$7712 25 
Amount overdrawn, income account, due general fund $ 43 03 

Charles H. Hoyt Fund 

Connecticut River National Bank, savings department $5162 38 
Unexpended income 81 

Silsby Free Public Library 

Town of Charlestown, notes, account fire truck $3000 00 

Sewer bonds 300 00 

Connecticut River National Bank, savings department 6700 00 



$10000 00 
Unexpended income 

Maria L. Holden School Fund 

Connecticut River National Bank, savings depart- 
ment $13674 60 

Cemeteries 

Bellows Falls National Bank, two shares stock $ 100 00 

Town water bonds 10000 00 

Connecticut River National Bank, savings department 2807 95 



$12907 95 
Unexpended income $ 1364 23 



Balance of unexpended income on hand Jan. 31, 1929 

Cemetery fund $1364 23 

Hoyt fund 81 

Silsby Free Public Library 92 48 

Widows fund, overdrawn $ 43 03 

General fund 228 93 



48 
AUDITORS' REPORT 



We, the undersigned, Auditors of the Town of Charlestown, 
have examined the accounts as set forth in the accompanying 
schedules, of the Selectmen, Town Treasurer, Treasurer of Sils- 
by Free Public Library, Water Commissioners, Town Clerk, Tax 
Collectors and Trustees of Trust Funds, and other Town Officers, 
and find them correct. 

EDNAH S. HAMMOND 
D. THEO. HOFFMAN 
REGINALD M. DRISLANE 

Auditors 
Charlestown, N. H., February 15th, 1929. 



SILSBY FREE PUBLIC LIBRARY 



Board of Trustees 




Lizzie D. Willard 


Term expires 1929 


Helen Perry Thayer 


Term expires 1929 


Frank W. Hamlin, treasurer 


Term expires 1930 


Elizabeth Brock 


Term expires 1930 


Dr. Oscar C. Young, chairman 


Term expires 1931 


Richard R. Finn, secretary 


Term expires 1931 


Treasurer's Report, Silsby Free Public Library 


Receipts 




Balance on hand January 31, 1928 


$ 72 83 


Received from Town of Charlestown 


500 00 


Received from Trustees Trust funds 


461 20 


Received from sale of lawn mower 


4 00 


Received from fines collected 


36 08 




$1074 11 


Expenditures 




Books 




H. R. Huntington Co. 


$ 149 27 



49 



$ 40 DO 






2 GO 






1 25 






4 00 






9 00 






? 


56 


25 


$ 2 20 




3 95 






8 45 






14 70 






■fi 


•29 


30 


$128 75 






38 50 






15 00 






$ 


182 


25 



Periodicals 

George D. Nourse 
Madison Cooper 
National Eagle 
National Republic 
National Geographic 



Supplies 

Gaylord Bros. 
O. K. Bunnett 

Remington-Rand Business Service 
F. J. Barnard Co. 



Librarian 

Miss A. Louise Webber 
Miss Jennie Spencer 
Mrs. Beulah L. Pratt 



Book Transportation 

Charles S. Hutchins $ 50 00 

Fuel 

C. A. Perkins $136 31 

George G. Bowen 5 00 

$ 141 31 

Lights 

Fall Mountain Electric Co. $ 22 30 

Upkeep and Repairs 
Bartlett Concrete Co. 
Arthur H. Streeter 



Miscellaneous 
Frank E. Weld 
Harry Crosbj^ 
N. Ernest White 
Hamlin Department store 
Perry and Willard 



$ 68 


00 






54 


38 








9. 


122 


38 


$129 


43 






29 


40 






23 


28 






9 


51 






24 


00 







50 



Arthur H. Streeter 
Charles S. Hutchins 
Louis L. Comstock 
Hamlin Department store 



Balance on hand 



4 


32 






2 


40 






5 


00 






1 


23 








■K 


228 


57 










$ 


981 


63 






92 


48 



$1074.11 



Report of Librarian 

To the Trustees of Silsby Free Public Library: 

The following report is submitted: 

Number volumes owned at beginning of year 10346 

Added by purchase 92 

Added by gifts 29 

Entire circulation 10101 

Circulation in Village 8530 

Adult fiction 5916 

Juvenile fiction 2631 

Non-fiction, adult 480 

Non-fiction, juvenile 125 

Out of Village circulation, R. F. D. 1571 

New cards issued 127 
ANNA LOUISE WEBBER, Librarian 



MUNICIPAL COURT 

Charlestown, N. H., January 31, 1929 

To the Selectmen of Charlestown, N. H.: 

During the past year 27 cases have been brought before the 
Court. 

Motor laws 18 

Fish and game 2 

Liquor laws 2 

Breaking and entering 2 

Drunk 1 

Trespass 1 

False pretense 1 

27 



51 



Financial Report 



Amount received 




From fines 


$ 890 00 


From costs 


69 00 


From witness fees 


23 28 


From officers fees 


307 05 


From Trustee writs 


2 00 




$1291 33 


Paid 




Motor Vehicle Department 




Fines 


$ 630 00 


Costs 


191 65 


Fish and Game 




Fines 


60 00 


Costs 


20 80 


Witness fees 


23 28 


Officers fees 


94 60 


Town treasurer 


271 00 




$1291 33 


FRANK W. HAMLIN, 




Justice Municipal Court 



OVERSEER OF POOR ACCOUNT 



Frank W. Hamlin, Overseer of Poor 



January 31, to March 13, 1928 



County Poor 

Mary Hitchcock Memorial hospital, Mrs. 

Williams $18 00 

Hamlin Department store, Fedelski family 13 75 

Helen Fedelski 15 00 



$ 46 75 



52 



Town Poor 



Mrs. C. E. Pierce, Beulah Roys 


$22 50 






Coit House, Anette Roys 


15 00 






New Hampshire, George and Priscilla Roys 


30 00 






Orphans Home 








State Board Charities, Anette Roys 


3 55 






Mary A. Maloney, Beulah Roys 


4 50 






Hamlin Department store, Beulah Roys 


1 75 










$ 77 


30 










$124 


05 


Received from Town of Charlestown 




$124 


05 


Oscar F. Adams, Overseer 




County Poor 




•> • 




A, C. Moore 


$ 4 00 






C. F. Stoughton 


10 00 






/~1 T> l. 




$ 14 


00 


Lreorge rJusney 






Dr. 0. C. Young, Clough family (1927 account) 




19 


00 


Dr. H. C. Sanders, Mrs. Elsie Williamson 




24 


50 


Total 


$57 


50 


Town Poor 








Wright Grocery Co., Henry Gleason 




$ 42 


25 


Bettie Smith, board of Frank Smith 




48 


00 


N. H. Orphans' Home 


$370 00 






Mrs. C. E. Pierce 


171 16 






Hamlin Department store 


9 27 






Coit House 


123 21 






State Board of Charities 


12 38 






Wright Grocery Co. 


6 39 






Dr. Irving Crandall (1927 account) 


3 00 






Mrs. Gertrude Chester 


2 25 






John J. Sargent 


3 25 






Beulah Roys, scarlet fever, Dr. 0. C. Young 


25 50 






Nourse's Drug store 


2 00 






Hamlin Department store 


56 






Mrs. C. E. Pierce, care Roys family 


75 00 










$803 


97 








0. F. Adams, trip to Newport 




5 


00 


Total 


$899 


22 


Grand Total 




$956 


72 



53 
HEALTH OFFICER'S REPORT 



From Feb. 1, 1928, to Feb. 1, 1929, the following contagious 
diseases have been reported: 

Scarlet fever, 4. 

Measles, 5. 

Whooping cough, 3. 

Mumps, 2. 

There have been approximately 150 cases of influenza. 

Under the State Board of Health, division of Maternity and 
Child Welfare, the annual child health conference was held at 
Bowen hall. Dr. Robert Brooks of Claremont was the examining 
physician. Less than 15 children were brought for the yearly 
examination. It is a pity that every Charlestown parent of chil- 
dren under school age do not take advantage of this opportunity 
for health training. The yearly examination has a definite value 
for better health for our children. 

In October, Dr. Charles Weaver of the State Board of 
Health, with the approval of the Superintendent of Schools, R. 
W. Gillmore, the Schick test was given to 124 children. At the 
reading but four showed positive reaction. All others were im- 
muned to diphtheria. 

Four analysis of the public water supply, both of the village 
and North Charlestown reservoirs, have been made during the 
year. The results in each case have been very satisfactory. 

Several samples of milk from local dealers have been sub- 
mitted to the State Laboratory for examination and the result 
in most cases has been satisfactory. Persons selling milk, even 
those who do not operate a regular route, should post them- 
selves regarding the present milk regulations. Copies of the 
milk law and suggestions from the State Division of Sanitation 
will be gladly furnished without charge, on application. 

LOUIS L. COMSTOCK, 

Health Officer 



TAX COLLECTOR'S REPORT, 1925 

Balance uncollected, January 31, 1928 $52 50 

Uncollected, January 31, 1929 $52 50 

R. R. FINN, Collector (1925) 
Charlestown, N. H., February 4, 1929. 



H 



TAX COLLECTOR'S REPORT, 1926 



Balance uncollected February 1, 1928 
Interest collected 



Paid town treasurer 
Uncollected, January 31, 1929 



RICHARD R. FINN, Collector 
Charlestown, N. H., February 4, 1929. 



TAX COLLECTOR'S REPORT, 1928 



Poll taxes, 1928 
Property taxes 
Added tax 
Interest collected 



Paid town treasurer 
Discount allowed 
Uncollected 



$353 37 
20 54 

$373 91 

$219 97 
153 94 

$373 91 



$ 1600 


00 


59901 


53 


2 


55 


59 


30 


$61563 


38 


$57717 


04 


1061 


10 


2785 


24 


$61563 


38 



ELLEN N. BAILEY, Collector 



BOARD OF WATER COMMISSIONERS 



O. C. Young, Treasurer 



Byron Knight, labor and mileage 
Lou MacKenzie, accounting 
Charles S. Hutchins, postal cards 
Perry & Willard, treasurer bond 
Frank Bashaw, labor 
Frank Bashaw, labor 
Frank Bashaw, labor 
Frank Bashaw, labor 
Henry Pecor, labor 



$ 853 06 
2 00 



15 


00 


10 


00 


6 


30 


4 


00 


4 


00 


16 


00 


10 


50 



55 



Albert Pecor, labor 
Napoleon Venette, labor 
Angelo Belluscio, labor 
Carl Royce, labor 
Claremont Water Works 
C. F. Stoughton 
Carl Royce, labor 
Lewis Cheever, labor 
Gordon Bashaw, labor 
Chester Eaton, labor 
Frank Bashaw, labor 
Henry Pecor, labor 
Albert Pecor, labor 
Eddy Valve Co. 
Pierce-Perry Co. 
Lewis Cheever, labor 
Herbert Bundy, labor 
F^ank LaForge, labor 
Benjamin Bundy, labor 
Charles Russell, labor 
Freeman Laxson, labor 
Clarence Jardine, labor 
Gordon Bashaw, labor 
Angelo Belluscio, labor 
Henry Pecor, labor 
Harold Fisk, labor 
Frank Bashaw, labor 
Frank Bashaw, labor 
Rand, Ball & King 
Frank Bashaw, labor 
A. H. Streeter 
Hamlin's Department store 
Pierce-Perry Co. 
Freeman Laxson, labor 
Frank LaForge, labor 
Clarence Jardine, labor 
Henry Pecor, labor 
Frank Bashaw, labor 
Frank Bashaw, labor 
Carl A. Perkins, cement 
Frank Bashaw, labor 
Arthur H. Streeter, bill 
Louis Comstock, printing 
Frank Bashaw, labor 



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56 



George Bowen, bill 

Frank Bashaw, labor 

Frank Bashaw, labor 

Claremont Water Works, clamp 

Lewis Blodgett, labor and team 

Carl A. Perkins, cement 

Mueller Co., Inc., bill 

Frank Bashaw, labor 

Mueller Co., Inc., bill 

Frank W. Hamlin, ti'easurer, sinking fund 

Edgar Jardine, drawing gravel 

George G. Bowen, statement 

Walter Woodard, bill 

Joseph Fisk, trucking gravel 

William D. Eaton, trucking gravel 

Pierce-Perry Co., bill 

Reid-Don Co., bill 

Frank W. Hamlin, treasurer, sinking fund 

Balance on hand February 5, 1929 



Revenue 

Received from R. R. Finn, collector, past due 
Received from L. L. Comstock, collector 
Balance on hand February 8, 1928 



O. C. YOUNG, Treasurer 



REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT 



13 


17 


14 


00 


10 


00 


2 


15 


2 


50 


23 


00 


35 


70 


6 


00 


2 


88 


300 


00 


3 


00 


& 88 


16 


80 


2 


00 


4 


20 


3 


76 


23 


03 


1600 


00 


76 


99 



$3496 25 



$ 292 


18 


3160 


00 


44 


07 



$3496 25 



Water and Sewer Supplies on Hand 

Sewer pipe and fittings $ 150 00 

Sewer tools 350 00 

Galvanized pjpe and fittings 50 00 

Cast iron pipe and fittings 60 00 

Curb cocks and goose necks 25 00 

Meters 125 00 

Tapping machine and tools 40 00 

Melting furnace 25 00 



57 



One pump 

Hoes, shovels and lanterns 

Bush scythes and pruners 

Pipe tools 

Hydrant repairs 

One hydrant 

One hydrant pump 



30 


00 


35 


00 


15 


00 


55 


00 


75 


00 


36 


00 


15 


00 



$1086 00 
BYRON B. KNIGHT, Superintendent 



CHARLESTOWN SEWER DEPARTMENT 



Connections for 1928 

D. T. Hoffman, Jr. $ 35 00 

Sabin Fisk 14 85 

Fred Huntley 35 00 

Mrs. C. H. Greene 41 20 

John Fisk 38 20 

Mrs. Daisy Roach 59 60 

Mrs. E. M. Slade 5 00 

Mrs. Arthur Parks 5 00 

Herman Spaulding: 25 00 

J. W. Davidson 5 00 

Charles Stickney 25 00 

Edward Rowe 5 00 



Unpaid connections for 1923 
Unpaid connections for 1924 
Unpaid connections for 1927 
Unpaid connections for 1928 



$293 


85 


$ 50 


00 


28 


40 


107 


47 


73 


20 



$259 07 



BYRON B. KNIGHT, Superintendent 



58 

REPORT OF COLLECTOR OF WATER RENTS, 1928 

Total rentals to collect 
Uncollected, 1927 



Paid O. C. Young, treasurer 
En-or 1927 account 
Uncollected, 1928 
Cash on hand 



$3212 


06 


466 


82 


$3678 


88 


$3361 


31 


31 


00 


201 


87 


84 


70 



$3678 88 
LOUIS L. COMSTOCK, Collector 



VITAL STATISTICS 

Registered in the 
Town of 

CHARLESTOWN 
For the Year Ending 
DECEMBER 31, 1928 



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Charlestown N H 
Sutton Vt 
rharlestown N H 
Brooklyn N Y 
Mil ford Mass 
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Weathersfield Vt 
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Langdon N H 
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Hinsdale N H 


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Bridgewater Vt 

Unity N H 
Providence R I 
Dublin Ireland 
Langdon N H 
Springfield Mass 
Hanover N H 
Nauga'tuck Conn 
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Hoosick Falls N Y 
Rockingham Vt 
Rhode Island 
Worcester Mass 
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Unity N H 
Providence R I 
Turners Falls Mass 
Langdon N H 
Claremont N H 
Charlestown N H 


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Phoebe Dawson 
Ruth G. Bradley 
Hazel L. Bundy 
Dorothy E. Hamlin 
Eloise A. Harris 
Freda M. Chase 
Beatrice G. Wilson 
Teanette B. Craig 
Bertha F. Fisk 
Olivette C. Rogers 
Ethel C. Johnson 
Nora A. Tucker 
Dorothy M. Webster 
Dorothy M. Densmore 
Alice Gerber 
Cordelia D. Secard 
Deborah W. Merrifie'd 
Charlotte N. Greene 
Beatrice Cheever 
Marion Watson 


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Lawrence Burney 
Bela George Booth 
Ross D. Walcott 
John Joseph DeMayo 
Nat. I. Kinson 
X'ernon W. Morse 
James W. Brown 
Harry S. Roberts 
Hariand R. Taylor 
John McGarvis 
Paul F. Edwards 
Earl F. C. Farnum 
Caroll C. Westcott 
Haro'd K. Hayes 
Harold E. Chase 
Bcni. J. DesRoches 
Arthur H. PoUard 
Merton L. Bascom 
Carl Allen Buswell 
Richard Hunt Perry 


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Janice Dawson Burney 
George Alfred Booth 
Abbie Lucian Wolcott 
Francis William DeMayo 
Ellen Kinson 
Burton Lester Morse 
\'ern Ardis Brown 
Francis Earl Roberts 
.Milton Fisk Taylor 
Infant McGarvis 
Deloris Annbel Edwards 
Wi'liam Earl Farnum 
Lester Edward Westcott 
Robert Gerald Hayes 
Lois Irene Chase 
Orise Jane DesRoches 
Arthur Henry PoPard Jr 
Charles Harvey Bascom 
Carl Allen Buswell Jr 
Richard Hunt Perry Jr 


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