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For the Year Ending 

February 15, 

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Town of Center Harbor 



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For the Year Ending 

February 1 5^ 

1914 

NEWS JOB PRINT, MEREDITH, N. H. 



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TOWN OF CENTER HARBOR 



Town Warrant 



STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE 



To the inhabitants of the Town of Center Harbor quahfied 

to vote in Town affairs: 

You are hereby notified to meet at the Town House, 
in said town, on the second Tuesday of Marjh next, at ten 
of the clock in the forenoon to act upon the following sub- 
jects: 

I To choose a clerk for the ensuing year. 

II To choose three Selectmen for the ensuing year. 

III To choose all other town officers. 

IV To see how much money the town will vote to raise 
for current expenses. 

V To see how much money the town will vote to raise 
for highways and bridges. 

VI To see if the town will vote to raise money to defray 
expenses of Memorial Day and if so how much. 

VII To see if the town will vote to raise money to de- 
fray expense of Electric Lights in Center Harbor Village 
and if so how much. 

VIII To see if the town wil! vote accept State aid for 
improvement of highways and raise money for same, and 
if so how much. 



TOWN OF CENTER HARBOR 

IX To see if the town will vote to raise money to aid 
in exterminating the Brown-tail and Gypsy Moths and if 
so, how much. 

X To see if the town will choose an agent to care for 
the fountain at Center Harbor Village. 

XI To see if the town will choose an agent to care for 
the Cemetery on Center Harbor hill. 

XII To see what action the town will take in 
the disposition of the Library Fund raised annually. 

XIII To see if the town will vote to discontinue the 
road laid out on August 20, 1884, beginning at a stake, 20 
links East from the South East corner of the line between 
George Lovejov's and Charles C. Cook's land, at the high- 
way. 

Thence North 30° West over land of Charles C. Cook 64 
rods and 15 links. Thence South 55° East overland of 
George Lovejoy 40 rods and 18 hnks to a stake and stone 
standing in the line fence between the said Lovejoy's and 
Cook's land. 

XIV To see if the town will vote to raise money, and 
if so how much, to repair highways from the Holderness 
town line near Charlee Berry's. Thence over the 
College road to the top of Center Harbor hill. Thence on 
the cross road past the Quincy property and the roads on 
Center Harbor Neck, provided the Squam Lake Improve- 
ment Association will contribute an equal amount 

XV To see if the town will vote to authorize the Squam 
Lake Improvement Association to lay out the money 
raised under Article XIV. 



TOWN OF CENTER HARBOR 

XVI To see if the town will vote to raise money to buy 
a steam roller and if so, how much. 

XVII To see if the town will vote to raise money to 
build or buy horse sheds, and if so, how much. 

XVIII To see if the town will vote to raise money to 
erect a building for the housing of the road machine and 
other tools, and if so, how much. 

XIX To see if the town will vote to authorize the Se- 
lectmen or road agents to either buy or hire a team to be 
used on the road machine for the Spring work. 

XX To see if the town will vote to allow the books of 
the History of the New Hampshire Regiments, now in the 
hands of the Town Clerk, to be placed in the 
Nichols' Memorial Library for use in the reading room only 
XXI To see if the town will vote to adopt the laws of 
1893 Chap. 29, that each town shall constitute one high- 
way district 

XXII To see if the town will vote to authorize the 
Selectmen to hire money needed for town expenses. 

XXIII To see if the town will vote to accept from D 
R. Slade, as a present, the old Concord Coach formerly 
owned and used at the Old Senter House, to be properly 
housed and kept as an old relic of the town. 

XXIV To choose committees and agents in relation to 
any article in this warrant ard hear reports of any here be- 
fore chosen. 



TOWN OF CENTER HARBOR 

Given under our hands and seal this 20th day of Feb- 
ruary 1914. 

Orville P. Smith ] Selectmen 

Edgar W. Smith V of 

James R. Lovett ) Center Harbor 

A true copy of Warrant. Attest. 



Orville P. Smith ) Selectmen 

Edgar W. Smith [ of 

James R. Lovett ) Center Harbor 



belcctmen s Ref)ort. 



Valuation 




Polls 126 


$12,600 00 


Lands and Buildings 


490,942 00 


Horses 143 


12,770 00 


Oxen 14 


1,386 00 


Cows 203 


8,269 00 


Neat Stock 52 


2,460 00 


Sheep 75 


378 00 


Hogs 21 


306 00 


Fowls 


880 00 


Carriages and Automobiles 


8,200 00 


Boats 


8,850 00 


Wood and Lumber 


3,300 00 


Stock in Public Funds 


12,600 00 


Stock in Banks 


800 00 


Money on hand and at Interest 


22,798 00 


Stock in Trade 


17,320 00 


Goat 1 


4 00 




$603,803 00 



Valuation of ProJ)erty Efxemf)ted of Soldiers and 

Families $4,700 

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TOWN OF CENTER HARBOR 



Aj)f)rof)riations 



State tax 
County tax 
Highways 
Current expenses 
State road 
Memorial Day 
Library Fund 
Electric Lights 
Sidewalks 
Road machine 
York Ledge 
Percentage 



$1000 80 


927 24 


1200 00 


100 00 


750 00 


25 00 


40 50 


327 00 


50 00 


250 00 


125 00 


321 46 



5,196 20 



SCHOOL APPROPRIATIONS 

School money by law $1,012 50 

School money, extra 200 00 

Repairs 50 00 

Salaries 60 00 

Tuition 300 00 

Supplies 125 00 

$1,747 50 

Statement or Account with Collector of Taxes 

Amount submitted to Walter F. Hill, 1913 $6,943 70 

Received from Walter F. Hill Collector 1912 161 45 

" 1913 6,769 96 

" interest 1 47 

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TOWN OF CENTER HARBOR 



Disbursements 



Paid 

Order No. 1 
John Ernest, postage on town reports $3 12 

Order No. 2 
E. R. Cummings, printing town reports 46 25 

Order No. 3 
E. W. Smith, removing brown-tail moth nest 156 00 

Order No. 4 
Percy Kelley, electric lights 27 00 

Order No. 5 
Ezra Perkins, labor on highway 12 00 

Order No. 6 
J. A. York, labor on highway 5 60 

Order No. 7 
Ezra Perkins, labor on highway 12 00 

Order No. 8 
John Ernest, postage on Inventory blanks 5 29 

Order No. 9 
E. C. Eastman, books and blanks 8 11 

Order No. 10 
Ezra Perkins, labor on highway 15 00 

Order No. 11 
Percy Kelley, electric lights 27 00 



TOWN OF CENTER HARBOR 
Paid 



Order No. 12 




Ezra Perkins, labor on highway 


$34 00 


Order No. 13 




John Coe, hibor on highway 


25 00 


Order No. 14 




Percy Kellev, electric lights 


27 00 


Order No. 15 




Ezra Perkins, labor on highwa}^ 


21 38 


Orders No. 16 & 17 




Ezra Perkins, labor on highway 


76 37 


Orders No. 18 & 19 




Percy Kelley, electric lights 


61 00 


Order No. 20 




C. F. Quincy, labor on highway 


40 00 


Order No. 21 




Chas. Webster, land damage & building wall 


55 00 


Order No. 22 




Chas. Allen, labor on highway inDists. No. 




8, 9, 11 & 12 


67 25 


Order No. 23 




G. S. McCrillis, for Memorial Day 


25 00 


Order No. 24 




M. W. Boynton, labor on highway 


18 75 


Order No. 25 




Walter S. Smith, labor on highway 


55 75 


Order No. 26 




H. G. Mack, labor on highway 


9 23 


Order No. 27 




G. W. Nicholson, labor on highway 


9 60 



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TOWN OF CENTER HARBOR 

Paid 

Order No. 28 

James R. Lovett, labor on highway S57 00 

Order No. 29 
Geo. H. Huckins, labor on highways 10 CO 

Order No. 30 
Good Road Machine Co., for road machin- 
ery and culverts 259 75 

Order No. 31 
H. P. Smith, labor on highway 25 25 

Order No. 32 
Ezra Perkins, labor on highway 30 00 

Order No. 33 
Guy Cram, looking for body on Squam 

Lake. 5 00 

Order No. 34 
Percy Kelley, electric Hghts 27 00 

Order No 35 
Ezra Perkins, labor on highway 100 00 

Order No. 36 
Percy Kelley, electric lights 27 00 

Order No. 37 
Ezra Perkins, labor on highway 60 00 

Order No. 38 
Percy Kelley, electric lights 27 00 

Order No. 39 
John Coe, labor on highway ' 25 00 

Orders No. 40 and 41 
Percy Kelley, electric lights 54 00 

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TOWN OP CENTER HARBOR 

Paid 

Order No. 42 
S. F. Emery, library fund ^ 40 50 

Order No. 43 
Elena B. C. Smith, School money 300 00 

Order No. 44 
Geo. H. Hawkins, labor on highway 15 00 

Order No. 45 
0. P. Smith, for Meredith and Ossipee road 750 00 

Order No. 46 
Elena B. C. Smith, school money 250 00 

Order No. 47 
Herman P. Smith, labor on highway 150 00 

Order No. 48 
Elena B. C. Smith, school money 300 00 

Order No. 49 
Geo. H. Hawkins, labor on highway 33 04 

Order No. 50 
J. P. Leighton, repairs on cart used on State rd. 12 32 

Order No. 51 
Herman P. Smith labor on highway 25 86 

Order No. 52 
John A. Hill, care of cemetery 2 years $3 00 

labor on highway $1 00 4 00 

Order No 53 
B. Blaisdell, services and expense in Blackey case 10 00 

Order No. 54 
Dearborn Caverly, services on Blackey case 6 00 

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TOWN OF CENTER HARBOR 

Paid 

Order No. 55 
Edward Page, labor on cemetery lots of 

Benj. M. Smith 8 85 

Order No. 56 
Percy Kelley, electric lights 54 00 

Order No. 57 
Sidney Gault, looking for body in Squam Lake 5 00 

Order No. 58 
Ezra Perkins, services as police 10 00 

Order No. 59 
Chas E. Dow, labor on fountain, etc. 3 75 

Order No. 60 
W S. Cox, labor on highway 5 00 

Order No. 61 

A. E. Hutchins, freight on road machine 6 75 

Order No. 62 
Geo. S. McCrillis, Quincy contribution for 

Memorial Day 10 00 

Order No. 63 
Fred A. Young, bonds for Treasurer and 

Tax Collector 12 00 

Order Mo. 64 
O. S. Piper, for sieve and box 5 50 

Order No. 65 
' L. Tufts' use of watering trough 3 00 

Order No. 66 
J. H. Perkins, use of watering trough 3 00 

Order No. 67 

B. Blaisdell, insurance for Town House 16 00 

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TOWN OF CENTER HARBOR 

Paid 

Order No. 68 
Mrs. M. A. Norris, plants and flowers for 

B. M. Smith lot 8 00 

Order No. 69 
George M. Prescott, repairs for road machine 5 50 

Order No. 70 
H. G. Mack, care of Town House 5 00 

Order Nb. 7 1 
C. A Cowing, care of John Smith lot 2 50 

Order No. 72 
Weeks & Smith, tools & repairs to road machine 10 00 

Order No. 73 
Weeks & Smith, lawn mower, hose etc. for 

B. M. Smith lot 11 25 

Order No. 74 
E. H. Maloon, pole for road roller 3 75 

Order No. 75 
Town of Meredith, patrolman services 79 98 

crushed stone 10 00 89 98 

Order No. 76 
Ames Plow Co., repairs for road plow 2 25 

Order No. 77 
E. R. Cummings, printing order books 2 81 

Order No. 78 
Walter S. Smith, labor on highway 33 25 

Order No. 79 
John Coe, registered calf killed by dogs 25 00 

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TOWN OP CENTER HARBOR 

Paid 

Order No. 80 
Henry J. Tuttle, labor on highway 67 37 

Order No. 81 
G. A. Simpson, services as police 15 00 

Order No. 82 
Frank H. Morse, notes and interest 1 ,746 90 

Order No. 83 
A. E. Hutchins, labor on highway 24 48 

Order No. 84 
E. W. Smith, removing Brown-tail moth nests 172 72 

Order No. 85 
Elena B. C. Smith, School money 999 20 

Order No. 86 
Walter F. Hill, services as Town Clerk and 

cash paid for vital statistics 41 44 

Order No. 87 
Walter F. Hill, services as Collector and 

cash paid 57 30 

Order No. 88 
Albert E. Hutchins, seivices as Treasurer 

and cash paid 30 55 

Order No. 89 
Orville P. Smith, services as Selectman 65 00 

Order No. 90 
James R. Lovett, services as Selectman 55 00 

Order No. 91 
Edgar W. Smith, services as Selectman 55 00 

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TOWN OF CENTER HARBOR 

Paid 

Orders No. 92 and 93 
Ezra Perkins, labor on highway 

Order No. 94 

James R. Lovett, labor on highway- 
Order No. 95 ' 

L. B. Morrill, services as Board of Health 

Order No. 96 
E. W. Smith, care of fountain 

Order No. 97 
James R. Lovett, labor on highway 

Order No. 98 
James R. Lovett, cash e.vpenses 

Order No. 99 
Peoples Nat. Bank, note and interest 

Order No. 100 
Elena B C. Smith, school money 

Order No. 101 
Jos. King, drills 

Order No. 102 
Orville P. Smith, State road 

Order No. 103 
Orville P. Smith, 3 trips to Concord and ex- 
penses in connection with State road 14 70 

Order No. 104 
Orville P. Smith, time and expenses to La- 
conia and Manchester, two days As- 
sesors' meeting 10 40 

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62 40 


95 60 


10 00 


12 50 


19 30 


14 50 


972 95 


5175 


7 75 


2,745 63 



TOWN OF CENTER HARBOR 

Paid 

Order No. 105 
Orville P. Smith, telephones, postage and 

cash paid 18 65 

Order No. 106 
J. R. Ernest, express & postage on Moth notices 3 65 

Order No. 107 
G. R. Lamprey, use of hall for Blackey case 4 00 

Order No. 108 
George E. Neal, work on scrappers, cart etc. 11 72 

Order No. 109 . 
E. W. Smith, cash paid for tramps 22 00 

Order No. 110 
E. W. Smith, time and expense to Laconia 

and Manchester, day at Assessors' meeting 7 44 

Order No. Ill 

E. W Smith, cash expenses 8 75 

Order No. 112 
Ezra Perkins, labor on highway 5 92 

Order No. 113 
Lewis A. Sibley, services as justice in Blackey 

case 2.00 

Order No. 114 
I. G. Lunt, services as auditor 3.00 

Order No. 115 

F. E Webster, services as auditor 3 00 



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TOWN OF CENTER HARBOR 
Delinqvient Tax Payers 



1913 




Allen, Charles, 


$ 8 17 


Allen, Herman A., 


2 07 


Avery, Elno 


1 15 


Breed, Ada M., 


37 42 


Hawkins, Leon H., 


2 30 


Jameson, C. P., 


184 


Jameson, Mary, 


33 35 


Jenness, Albert, 


9 90 


Lynn, Henry, 


1 15 


Perkins, Harrison C, 


11 50 


Simonds, Edward E., 


8 86 


Smith, Harry A., 


1 15 


Smith, The Harry A. Co., 


9 20 




$128 06 


Atatements 




1912 




Roydon Clark, 


$1 25 



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TOWN OF CENTER HARBOR 



Abstracts oi Recei|)ts and Disoursements 



Cash on hand Feb. 15, 1913 $ 255 38 

Receipts during year 18,427 03 

$18,682 41 



DISBURSEMENTS 

Total disbursements during year 
Cash on hand Feb. 15, 1914 including $2,000 
deposited in Savings Bank 



DEBTS 



Assets, Feb. 15, 1913 
Liabilities, Feb. 15, 1913 
Liabilities against the town 

Assets, Feb. 15, 1914 
Liabilities, Feb. 15, 1914 
Bal. against the town 



RECEIPTS 



Cash on hand Feb. 15, 1913 

Taxes from Collector 
Savings Bank Tax 
Literary Fund 
Money borrowed 



$13,264 92 


5,417 49 


$18,682 41 


$1,456 49 


1,613 09 


156 60 


$5,823 16 


6,362 99 


539 88 


$255 38 


6.931 41 


1,039 27 


5175 


1700 00 



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TOWN OF CENTER HARBOR 



W. F. Hill, dog licenses 


$87 45 


State Highway Aid 


2,818 37 


State Repair Fund 


4 02 


C. F Quincy, Memorial Day contribution 


10 00 


A. E. Hutchins, old road machine 


15 00 


License commission 


2137 


B. M. Smith Est ' 


5,700 00 


E G. Gammonson, Bonnes case 


6 00 


Belknap County 


28 17 


Josiah Moulton Est. 


12 75 


Interest on taxes 


1 47 




$18,682 41 


DISBURSEMENTS 




Town Officers 


$ 331 00 


Highways 


1,058 86 


Schools 


1,900 95 


State tax 


1,080 00 


County tax 


927 24 


Permanent improvement of highways 


3,495 63 


Miscellaneous 


379 00 


Library Fund 


40 50 


Notes and interest 


2,719 85 


Memorial Day 


35 00 


Electric Lights 


324 00 


Brown-tail Moths 


328 72 


Road Machine 


266 50 


^ork Mill Ledge 


125 00 


Dog Damage 


25 00 


B, M. Smith cemetery lots 


30 60 


Trunk Line Maintenance 


99 10 


State Aid " 


61 37 


Error in County Treasurer Warrant 1912 


36 60 



$ 13,264 92 
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TOWN OF CENTER HARBOR 



ASSETS 



Cash on hand Feb. 15, 1914 


$3417 49 


Due from W. F. Hill, Collector, 1913 


173 74 


" Surveyors 


7 73 


" New Hampshire Savings Bank 


2046 66 


State 


177 54 




$5823 16 


LIABILITIES 




Due schools 


$62 45 


Appropriation copying old records 


50 00 


Old Home Week 


25 (lO 


Grading Town House Lot 


94 50 


S. J. Lord, land damage returned 


1 00 


Appropriation for Hawkins ledge 


19 65 


State Aid Fund 


22 83 


Sidewalks 


50 00 


Highways 


235 18 


B M. Smith Fund 


5802 38 




6362 99 


Received for dog licenses 


$87 45 


Due schools 


62 45 


Respectfully submitted 




, Orville P. Smith 


) Selectmen 


' Edgar W. Smith 


[ of 


James R. Lovett 


) Center Harbor 



We, the auditors of Center Harbor fo r the year ending 
February 15, 1914 certify that we have examined the fore- 
going accounts and find them correctly cast and properly 
vouched. 

Isaac G. Lunt ] Auditors. 

Fred E. Webster j 



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TOWN OF CENTER HARBOR 



1 reasurer s l\.eJ)ort. 



Albert E. Hutchins in Account with 

Town of Center Harbor 

DR. 



To cash 


on hand Feb. 15, 1913 


$255 38 


Received sale old road machine 


15 00 


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C. F. Quincy Memorial Contribution 


10 00 


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State License Com, 


21 37 


<( 


Savings Bank Tax 


1039 27 


(( 


Literary Fund 


5175 


11 


E. G. Gammons, expense Bonner case 


6 00 


n 


B. M. Smith Est. 


5700 00 


(( 


F. H. Morse, money hired 


1700 00 


u 


State Highway Aid 


2818 37 


(( 


State Repair fund 


4 02 


<(. 


W. F. Hill, taxes 1912 


161 45 


(( 


W. F. Hill, interest 


1 47 


(( 


W. F. Hill, taxes 1913 


6769 96 


<( 


Belknap Co., aid to transients 


28 17 


(( 


Josiah Moulton Est 


12 75 


il 


Dog licenses 


87 45 




$18,682 41 



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TOWN OF CENTER HARBOR 

CR. 

Paid Balance County tax 1912 due to error in 

warrant $36 60 

Belknap County tax 1913 927 24 

State tax 1,080 00 

Selectmen's orders 11.221 08 

$13 264 92 
Cash on hand February 15, 1914 including 

$2000 in Savings Bank $5,417 49 

Respectfully submitted 

Albert E. Hutchins, Treasurer. 

We the Auditors of Center Harbor for the year ending 

Feburary, 15, 1914, certify that we have examined the 

foregoing accounts and find them correctly cast and 

properly vouched. 

Isaac G. Lunt. ") . -,.^ 

Fred E. Webster. J Auditors. 



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TOWN OF CENTER HARBOR 

TRUNK LINE MAINTENANCE 

Paid 

F. E. Webster 
J. H. Perkins 
J. R. Lovett 
Town of Meredith 



STATE AID MAINTENANCE 



$ 


3 50 




4 37 




11 25 




79 98 



$99 10 



G. O. Blake 
William Ryan 
G. H Hawkins 
Euaene Darling 
E. Parrott 
J. Delisle 
Will Nichols 
Ezra Perkins 



$ 3 50 


3 50 


16 00 


4 37 


4 38 


4 37 


4 48 


20 87 



$61 37 



Permanent Improvement of Highways 



MERRIMACK VALLEY BOULEVARD 



Paid 

Henry Wallace $ 24 50 

Harvey Mack 29 75 

Edward E. Webster 27 42 

Chas. A. Clark 14 00 



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TOWN OF CENTER HARBOR 



Paid 



C. J. La Foe 


$5 25 


H. J. Tuttle 


116 50 


John Pollard 


9 00 


George W. Nicholson 


93 75 


Jas, R Lovett 


63 00 


Chas. Webster 


90 17 


Chas. Smith 


44 22 


Frank Moody 


50 00 


Sidney Gault 


50 00 


Chas. K. Dow 


40 50 


Clarence Davis 


83 00 


Chas. M. Boynton 


35 97 


Leroy DoUoff 


43 36 


J. C. Davis 


14 20 


Town of Holderness 


10 00 


Reginald Clark 


23 56 


F. A. Davis 


90 00 


W. H. Berry 


102 48 


H. G. Mack 


99 75 


Henry Vontell 


4 00 


Jos. Vontell 


27 00 


Fred Swain 


18 00 


0. P. Smith 


171 55 




-$ 1,380 93 


pense $1,380 93 




pense 76 49 





Total expense $1,457 42 
Town share of expense $ 364 36 

State " " " 1,093 06 



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TOWN OF CENTER HARBOR 



Ossif)ee and JVlcredim i3omevard 



Paid 

Charles G. Smith $83 7S 

Thos. Ma^)ne 83 23 

Percy Simpson 13 56 

John Pollard 109 25 

Edward E. Webster 61 84 

Cherbury Clark 38 90 

John Edwards 157 25 

Granville Sargent 43 56 

E. E. Simonds 50 12 

Frank Glover 26 78 

R. Leach 4 78 

Geo. O. Blake 25 11 

W. B. Smith 5 50 

C. Hanson 183 25 

H. G. Mack 71 56 
Raymond Mack • 62 62 

L. Copp 68 GO 

Alvin Hanson 195 77 

E. Constant Jr. 11 86 

E. Constant 12 21 

E. Perkins 10 00 

E. Hubbard 1 75 

R. N. Hubbard 6 00 

Frank Nichols 177 75 

William Ruiter 171 50 

J. R. Lovett 113 33 

J. R. Lovett, team 154 00 

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TOWN OF CENTER HARBOR 



Paid 



0. p. Smith 




S108 00 


F. H. Morse 




20 13 


I. G. Lunt 




19 86 


Chas E. Dow 




1 95 


Percy Kelley 
Town of Holderness 




6 50 
15 00 




$2114 70 


Town Expense $2114 70 




State Expense 


273 86 








$2388 56 


Town's share 




$1194 28 


State's share 




1194 28 


Due from State 




$177 54 


Respectfully submitted. 






Orville P. Smith 
Edgar W. Smith 
James R. Lovett 


) Selectmen 
of 
Center Harbor 



We, the auditors of Center Harbor for the year ending 
Feb. 15, 1914, certify that we hav ? examined the forego- 
ing accounts and find them correctly cast and properly 
vouched. 



Isaac G. Lunt. 
Fred E. Webster. 



Auditors. 



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TOWN OF CENTER HARBOR 



Highway Surveyors Accounts 

District No. 1 Jonn Coe, Surveyor 

SUMMER 
Paid 



George Reed 


$ 22 20 


Irving Towle 


1 80 


' Charlie Bickford 


75 


Charles Garland 


1 75 


Percy Simpson 


80 


Minot Bickford 


1 60 


Elon Clark 


17 65 


John Coe 


3 45 




$50 00 


Received from Town Treasurer 


50 00 


Amount expended 


50 00 



District No. 2 Ezra Perkins, Surveyor 

SPRING, SUMMER AND WINTER 
Paid 



Peter Mennen 
Albert Mayo 
Fred Perry 



$ 5 25 

6 123^ 

14 871^ 



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TOWN OF CENTER HARBOR 

Paid 

James Delisle 

S. M. Tracy 
Howard Merrill 
Mrs Fox, (grade) 
Geo. McDonald 
Walter Penniman 
Eugene Darling 
D. E. Parrott 
H. Wallace 
Will Nichols 
J. Mclntire 
James Amabile 
Will Walker 
John Blackey 
Ezra Perkins 
J. W. Beede & Co. 



R'eceived from Town Treas. 
Bal. on hand Feb. 15, 1913 

Amt. expended 

Balance due town $5 33 

37 expended on State Aid Maintenance out of the 

above amount 



16 62K 


8 97 


3 50 


1 75 


1 50 


5 40 


28 00 


50 75 


S 75 


64 75 


1 00 


12 25 


3 50 


88 


.61 621^ 


4 30 



$399 80 


401 77 


3 36 


S405 13 


$399 80 



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Di^ridt No. 3 A. E. 


HucQiins. Surveyor 


Paid 




G. E. Cram 


$ 6 12 


Little 


17 


J. B. Averill 


10 50 


G H. Hardie 


84 


A. E Hutchins 


6 85 




$24 48 


Received from Town Treasurer 


$24 48 


Amount expended 


$24 48 



Di^rict No. 4 

Paid C. F. Quincy 
for tile pipe • 



C F . Quincy, Surveyor 

$73 70 
32 00 



$105 70 



Received from Town Treasurer $45 60 
$60 10 presented to town by Mr Quincy 



District No 5 



J . R.. Lovett, Surveyor 



Paid 



G. W. Nicholson 
C. N. Jackson 
Albert Jenness 



SPRING 



6 50 

60 

2 50 



30 



TOWN OF CENTER HARBOR 



SUMMER 



Paid 



G. W. Nicholson, True and Cross roads 
Alonzo Jenness 
Albert Jenness 
Clarence Davis 
L. TuftSj (railing) 



$41 80 

7 00 

8 57 
19 25 

7 23 





WINTER 




Paid 






L. L. Tufts, bre£ 


iking 


12 73 




? 106 36 


Received from Town Treasurer 


$106 36 


Amount expended 




106 36 


District No. 6 


M. W. Boynton, 
SPRING 


Surveyor 


Paid 






H. Canney 




$1 50 


A. S. Morton 




1 55 


Clarence Davis 




1€ 20 


Chas. Webster 




1 05 


M. W. Webster 




4 45 



$18 75 



Received from Town Treas. 
Amt. expended 



18 75 

18 75 



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H. J. Tuttle, Surveyoi* 



District No. 7 

Paid 

Frank A. Davis 
Leroy Dolloff 
H. J. Tuttle 
J. W. Beede & Co. 



Received from Town Treasurer 
Amount expended 

Districts No. 8 and 9 H. R. Lovctt, Surveyor 

SPRING 
Paid 

C. M. Boynton 3 23 

H. G. Mack . 6 00 

SUMMER 





$10 64 




16 07 




37 82 




2 84 




$67 37 




67 37 




67 37 



Paid 



H. P Smith 
C. G. Smith 
F. E. Webster 
J. H. Perkins 
H. G. Mack 
C. M. Boynton 
William Billiviem 
J. R. Lovett 



Paid 



C. M. Boynton 
E. E. Webster 



WINTER 



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7 50 
7 00 

10 50 
6 38 
3 50 

10 68 
1 75 

16 50 



1 00 
25 



$2 81 


2 27 


3 70 


125 


$75 14 


175 14 


$75 14 



TOWN OF CENTER HARBOR 

Paid 

R. N. Hubbard 
R. C. Mack 
H. G. Mack 
J. R. Lovett 



Received from Town Treasurer 
Amount expended 



District No. 10 yS/. S. Smitk, Surveyor 

SPRING AND SUMMER 

Paid 

O. P Smith S 7 50 

J. W. Clark 75 

G. S. McCrillis 7 34 

H. P. Smith 5 00 

F. E. Webster 4 66 
E. E. Webster ' 2 72 
W. S. Smith 40 60 

WINTER 

L. H. Sturtevant 17 28 
W. S. Smith 

G. S. McCrillis 4 05 

$93 95 

Balance on hand Feb. 15, 1913 $5 00 

Received from Town Treasurer 88 95 

Amount expended 93 95 

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District No. 11 



Herman P. Smitk Surveyor 



SUMMER 



Paid 



O. P. Smith 
J. P. Mclntire 
G. H. Hawkins 
Harold H. Smith 
H. P. Smith 



H. P. Smith 
O. P. Smith 



WINTER 



5 25 
125 
5 25 

18 07 
.35 18 



7 75 
2 25 





$75 00 


Received from Town Treasurer $75 00 


Amount expended 


75 00 


District No. 12 


George H. Hawkins, Surveyor 


Paid 




G. 0. Blake 


$ 4 25 


H. P. Smith 


2 50 


H. H. Smith 


2 19 


William Ryan 


9 00 


G. H. Hawkins 


24 20 




WINTER 


Paid 




G. H. Hawkins 


15 90 



Balance on hand Feb. 15, 1913 
Received fron Town Treasurer 
Amount expended 
Balance on hand Feb. 15, 1914 



$58 04 

I 2 40 

58 04 

58 04 

2 40 



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$ 24 00 


27 13 


74 98 


$ 126 11 


125 00 


1 11 


$ 126 11 


126 11 



TOWN OF CENTER HARBOR 

Ledge near York Mill 

Paid 

G. H. Hawkins 
H. H. Smith 
H. P. Smith 

Received from Town Treas. special appro- 
priation 
From Town Treas. highway money. 

Amount expended 

We, the auditors of Center Harbor for the year ending 
Feb. 15, 1914, certify that we have examined the forego- 
ing accounts and find them correctly cast and properly 
vouched. 

Isaac G. Lunt. \ ,. 

Fred E. Webster. | Auditors. 

Estate or Asenatn G. ana Josiah Moulton 

Money on hand at time of Asenath Moulton's death $71 00 

Paid 

J. W. Beede and Co. $19 00 

Mrs. Crowell 10 00 

O. N. Bean 5 00 

Weeks and Smith 2 46 

Laconia Flower Co. 3 00 

' $39 46 

$31 54 



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Amount turned over to 0. P. Smith by 




E M. Merrill 


$31 54 


Received for hay- 


4 60 


Marion L. Clark 


156 85 


" sale of personal property 


28 75 


" sale of real estate 


220 00 




$441 74 



Paid 

D. A. Ambrose, funeral expenses 

Aaron Perkins, board from Nov. 1. 1910 

May 3, 1912 
Taxes, 1910-1911-1912-1913 
Dr. Mary A. Nutting 
Meredith News, printing 

Chas. Dinsmore & Elmer White digging grave 
E]st. W. A. Megrath M. D. 
Belknap County for board & medical service 
L. H. Wilkinson, casket etc. 
David Ambrose, hearse and services 
Rev. J. H. Evans, attending funeral 
C. P. Jameson, clerk of auction 
John Coe, Auctioneer 
Bertram Blaisdell making deed 
P. Smith, services and expense as 
Administrator 

Amount paid Town Treasurer- 



$30 00 



236 00 


5 46 


4 85 


8 50 


e 4 00 


11 25 


43 50 


39 00 


10 00 


2 00 


2 00 


5 00 


1 00 


26 40 


$ 428 99 


$ 12 75 



Respectfully submitted 

Orville P. Smith 

Administrator with will annexed of Asenath G. Moul- 
ton est. Guardian of Josiah Moulton. 



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Benj. M. Smi*:n, Memorial Fund 

Received from B. M. Smith's will $ 6,000 00 

Less Inheritance tax 300 00 



>,7U0 00 



INVESTED 



Deposited May 27, 1913 N H. Savings, Bunk 

Concord, N. H. $2,000 00 

Interest accured to Jan. 1, 1914 46 66 

S2,046 66 

Deposited in town treasury $3,700 00 

Interest on same 86 32 



5,786 32 



$,5832 98 



DR. 

To labor on B. M. Smith Cemetery $8 85 

tools for use in Cemetery 11 25 
M. A. Norris, plants and care of 

flowers 8 00 

C. A. Cowing, care of lot 2 50 



$30 60 



Balance due fund $5,802 38 

We, the auditors of Center Harbor for the year ending 
Feb. 15, 1914, certify that we have examined the foregoing 
accounts and find them correctly cast and proper!}^ vouched 



Isaac G. Lunt. | 

Fred E. Webster. | Auditors. 



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Report of Library Trustees. 



Dr. 




To Library Fund, received 


$ 40 50 


Cr. 




Paid 




1 years subscription to Christian Herald, 




with book entitled Wonder Stories 


$2 00 


16 Vol. Bible Studies 


16 00 


Freight 


50 


Treas Nichols Memorial Library Asso. 


22 00 




$40 00 


• C. C. Cook ) 
Frank H. Morse >- 
S. F. Emery ) 


Library 
Trustees 



Announcement 

The Book Committee of the James E. Nichols Memorial 
Library Ass'n wish to announce that owing to a delay in 
the expenditures of that portion of the Town Appropriations 
for library purposes for the year ending Feb. 15, 
1913 which was given to the Nichols Memorial Library, 
they are prevented from publishing the list of books in this 
report. Late in the fall of 1913, Mrs. G. W. Armstrong 
and Mr and Mrs. G. R. Armstrong presented the Library 

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with upwards of four hundred volumes; and, because of 
this generous gift, the purchase of new books was deferred. 
When this sum, (S41) is finally expended, the list of books 
will be preserved, and will appear in the report of 1915. 

Lizzie M. Webster 
, Emma J. Stanley 

Elizabeth B. Jackson 

Ella M. Home 

Eliza S. Towle 

Ethel F. Bennett 

Book Committee 



emorial Day Committee Report 



ance on hand Feb. 13, 1913 


$10 07 


eived from Treasurer 


25 00 


C. F. Quincy, gift 


10 00 



$45 07 



Paid 

N. A. Bickford S6 00 



Elmer E Huntress 


3 00 


E. R. Cummings 


5 75 


Asa Warren Drew and expenses 


9 25 


Badges 


16 64 


Flags and Baskets 


2 18 


Dinner for si v 


2 25 



$45 07 



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The following graves were decorated 

Moses Ssnter Revolutionar}' War Senter Cemetery 

Charles S. W. Senter U. S. War ship Oneida Senter Cemetery 
,). K Locke Civil War Village Cemetery 

Geo. E. Haddock 16th N. H. Village Cemetery 

Elisha Blackey Civil War Village Cemetery 

Edward Tovvle Co. I 12th N. H. Morse Cemetery 

Sargent Kimball Revolutionary War Morse Cemetery 
Wllliard Huntress Co. I 12th N H. Davis Cemetery 
Enos H Nudd Co. I I2th N. H. Hawkins Cemetery 
Benning Wilkinson Revolutionary War Hawkins Cemetery 
John Smith, Revolutionary War Merrill Cemetery 

Wadleigh Cram, Revolutionary War Cram Cemetery 

Lymin White. Civil War Bean Cemetery 

Glidden, Civil War Bean Cemetery 

Four others Civil War Bean Cemetery 

The visit to the Bean Cemetery was not made until 
after the close of the exercises in the church; too late to 
learn the names or to properly decorate all the mounds 
where rest the nations dead. 

The Committee solicited the assistance of Garnet Hill 
Grange in Memorial Day observance which was cheerfully 
and effectively given. 

The Center Harbor School under the direction of Misses 
Ellen Sleeper and Pearl Leighton, also the school under 
Miss Whitehouse joined in rendering a most entertaining 
and patriotic services consisting of songs, recitations, flower 
exercises and flag drill, which showed much care, labor, and 
and skill ol teachers and scholars; in the preparation of 
such exercises. The flag drill was exceedingly fine: and 
most beautifully executed. 

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The Grange furnished an excellent program, consisting 
of reading and patriotic songs. The reading "When the 
Boys in Blue are Gone" touched the heart ; and was most 
appropriate. Mrs. Alice iSargent gave a most excel- 
lent reading and Mrs. Drew rendered "'Home from the 
War" very effectively. The Grange choir furnished ex- 
cellent music and carried us back to old time at the sound 
of "Soldiers Farewell." The Center Harbor Band furnish- 
ed music and headed the school to the Village Cemetery 
and Church. The Church committee cheerfulh' gave per- 
mission for the exercises to be held at the church which 
was done. 

Asa Warren Drew delivered a most eloquent and pa- 
triotic oration; recalling to mind the gathering storm 
clouds prior to 1861 — the sad years following and until the 
dawn of Peace : and a reunited Country of the present, etc 
with "America" by Grange choir and the audience. Mem- 
orial service was closed. The committee then visited Bean 
Cemeter}' where taps were sounded b\' the cornetest and 
their duties ended. 

Respectfully submitted. 

George S. McCrillis, 
Andrew J. Putnam, 
Willard B. Huntress. 



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School Report 



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TOWN OF CENTER HARBOR 



School Warrant 



otate of JNew^ riamf)shire. 



To the inhabitants of the ^town of Center Harbor 
qualified to vote in school affairs : 

You are hereby notified to meet at the Town House 
in said town, on Tuesday, March 10, 1914, at one o'clock 
P. M., to act on the following subjects; 

I To choose a moderator for the ensuing year. 

n To choose a clerk for the ensuing year. 

III To choose a member of the School Board for the 
ensuing three years. 

IV To choose a treasurer for the ensuing year. 

V To see if the District will vote to raise more money 
than required by law, and if so, how much. 

VI To see how much money the District will vote to 
raise for the salaries of officers. 

VII To see if the District will vote to raise money for 
repairs of school houses, and if so, how much. 

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TOWN OF CENTER HARBOR 

VIII To choose Auditors, Agents and Committees in 
relation to any articles in this warrant and hear reports 
of any heretofore chosen. 

Given under our hands and seal this 20th day of Feb- 
ruary, 1914 

James R^Lovett, 
George A. Simpson. 
A true copy of warrant attest : 

James R. Lovett, 
George A. Simpson. 



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Report of School Board 



The money raised for school purposes this year we are 
confident has been well expended We have tried as far 
as we were able to give give you as much as possible for 
your money. For one thing, we have increased our year 
from thirty to thirty-five school weeks. This winter has 
been unusually severe so that our per centage of attedance 
in the Village District has been badly cut into. If it seems 
advisable to make the wnnter term as long another year, it 
will be best to furnish transportation for the smaller chil- 
dren in the outlaying districts. Owing to the small num- 
ber of pupils in the Village District we tried the experi- 
ment of putting both rooms under one teacher. We think 
we made no mistake, taken as a whole Two other districts, 
with the same number of pupils as the Village District, 
were consolidated two years ago, to the satisfaction of both 
parents and school board. In this move, the town saved 
the salary of one teacher by the spending of three dollars a 
week for transportation. 

Before our next term begins, we would like to call a 
parents meeting, similar to those in larger towns, where 
they have been conducted to great advantage to both par- 

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TOWN OF CENTER HARBOR 

ents and children, as well as to teachers and school board 
The idea has been to call meetings where the teachers and 
board could meet the parents, to talk over, in a friendly 
way, everything of interest to our schools. In fact, make* 
every parent feel that they have a voice, as they should, in 
school affairs. 

In last years report we urged the parents to visit the 
schools as often as possible to show the teacher they were 
interested in the children's welfare and so encourage them 
in their work. We are sorry to say very few have taken 
the trouble to get an inside view of our teachers work. 
We hope during the coming year to see an improvement in 
this respect. 

Mrs. H. F. Fitzroy has the thanks of the school board 
for two and one half cords of dry wood delivered at the 
Village School. 

The Hawkins school building was shingled, painted 
and put in thorough repair 

The building in the Cram district will be shingled and 
painted in the early Spring. 

The Village school building was put in thorough repair 
two years ago so that no money will be needed for repairs 
this year. 

With the balance on hand in the general fund, with 
with the increased amount to raise by law this year, no ex- 
tra money will be required at our school meeting. 

For outside tuition, the board would recommend that 
the selectmen raise $300 by taxation; also $50 for supplies. 



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ROLL OF HONOR PUPILS 

HAWKINS SCHOOL 

Spring Term. Albert P. Blake, Doroth}^ Blake, Mer- 
ton C. Hawkins, Philip M. Marston. 

TOWN HOUSE SCHOOL 

Spring Term. Katherine Blake, Bernice Robinson, 
Alberta Blake. 

Fail Term. Bernice Robinson, Stuart Davis, Mildred 
Clark. Marion Hubbard, Elsie Davis, Roger Hubbard, Earl 
Mack, Eric Davis, Donald Davis, Thelma Nicholson, 
Dorqthv Nicholson 

TOWN HOUSE SCHOOL 

Winter Term: Bernice Robinson, Stuart Davis, Mildred 
Clark, Marion Hubbard, Elsie Davis, Eric Davis, Roger 
Hubbard, Earl Mack. 

Year: Bernice Robinson. 

VILLAGE DISTRICT 

Grammar Room School, Spring Term: Gladys Simpson, 
Mary H. Kelley. 

Primary Room, Spring Term: Blanche H. Bickford, 
Maurice E. Bickford, Oilman Lunt, Russell H. Mallard, 
Dorothy Simpson, Beatrice Simpson, Thelma E Worthen. 

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VILLAGE DISTRICT 
Fall: Alfred S.Kelley, Mary H. Kelley, Bernice Simpson. 
Winter Term: Mary H. Kelley, Dorothy Simpson, Davis 
Towle. 

Year: Mary H. Kelley. 

James R. Lovett 

Geo. A. Simpson 

Norris P. Bartlett 

School Board of Center Harbor. 



Treasurer s xveJ)ort 

Elena B. C. Smith in account with the School 
District of Center Harbor 
APPROPRIATIONS 



School money, by law 


$1,012 50 


Sehool money, extra 


200 00 


Repairs 


60 00 


Salaries 


60 00 


Tuition 


300 00 


Literary Fund 


5175 


Received from dog licenses 1912 


101 70 


Supplies 


125 00 




$1900 95 


DR. 




Received from Town Treasurer 


$1900 95 



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CR. 




REPAIRS. 




Paid 




J. P. Mclntyre 


$ 39 38 


Weeks & Smith 


23 84 


G. H. Clark & Go. 


65 30 


J. P. Leighton 


11 13 




$139 65 


Bal. on hand Feb. 15, 1913 


$ 58 86 


Amt. raised 


50 00 


Amt. taken from Gen, expense acct. (5% 


allowed) 30 33 




$139 69 


SALARIES 




Paid 




G. A. Simpson 


$15 GO 


J. P. Lovett 


15 00 


Norris P. Bartlett 


15 00 


Elena B. C. Smith 


10 00 




$55 00 


Amt. raised 


$60 00 


Amt. expended 


55 00 


Amt. on hand Feb. 15, 1914 


$ 5 00 



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TOWN OF CENTER HARBOR 
Cjeneral ExJ)cnses 

Paid 

Mrs. Fred Glines, cleaning Village School house $ 2 00 
Almira J. Davis, cleaning Town House School 



house 




2 00 


Mildred Simpson, teaching 




93 50 


Annie Glidden, teaching 




•3 00 


Mrs. J. R. Lovett, teaching 




297 00 


Pearl Leighton, teaching 




100 00 


Ellen Sleeper, Teaching 




132 00 


Marion Woodman, teaching 




168 00 


J. R. Lovett, transportation of 


children 


99 00 


R. H. Leach, sawing and splitin 


g wood 


2 00 


Ezra Perkins, 




2 50 


Charles Dunn, 




5 25 


H. P. Smith, 




13 50 


Norman Davis, janitor 




11 20 


William York, janitor 




4 50 


A. V. Cummings, janitor 




11 20 


Peter White, janitor 




12 75 


George A. Simpson, cash 




13 36 


Elena B. C. Smith, cash 




2 00 




$1,271 76 


Balance on hand Feb. 15, 1913 


$ 223 11 




Amount raise 


1,365 95 


$ 1,589 06 


Amt. expended $1271 76 






Amt. taken for repairs 30 83 




1302 59 



Bal. on hand Feb. 15, 1914 $ 286 47 

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iuition 



Paid 



Meredith School District tuition for Harvey 

E. Mack, Charles J. York, Paul H. Perkins, 

Edward E. Webster, Mary E. Webster and 

Hazel G. Davis, $100 00 

New Hampton Literary Institution tuition 

for Shirley F. Bickford, Paul H. Perkins, 

Carl P. Swinnerton, Dorothy Davis, Lavinia 

E. Lovett, Mary E. Webster and Raymond 

Mack 

Tilton Seminary tuition for Helen L. Lunt 

Bal. on hand Feb. 15, 1913 
Amt. raised 



213 34 
40 00 

I 353 34 

$249 38 

300 00 

$549 38 
353 34 



Amt. expended 

Bal. on hand Feb. 15, 1914 $194 04 



Paid 



SUPPLIES 



G. A. Simpson 


$2 56 


I. J. Lunt 


$4 88 


E. E. Babb and Co. 


7 65 




$15 09 


Amount raised 1913 


- $125 00 


Amount expended 


15 09 


Balance on hand Feb. 15 1914 • 


$109 91 



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Balance on hand for tuition $ 196 04 

Balance on hand for general fund 286 47 

Balance on hand for salaries 5 00 

Balance on hand for supplies 109 91 

Balance on hand for flas^ 4 70 



Total balance $602 12 

Respectfully submitted 

Elena B. C. Smith, Treasurer 

We hereby certify we have examined the foregoing ac- 
counts and find them correctly cast and properly vouched. 



Isaac |G. Lunt. ) * t^ 

Fred E. Webster, j Auditors. 



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