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Members of Election
Board Pcmovcd. No
It may not be generally known that
at the last meeting of the board of
supervisors, when officers of election
had to hi appointed, changes were
made in the original list submitted to
the boarti by supervisor Strohm of this
district, as regards 'the precincts
within Jackson city limits. Among
the names submitted by the supervisor
were the following: Ben Gilbert, J.
H. Turner, Thos Lernin, A.'Hambrick,
H. D. Emerson and J. J. Dalo. The
list was revised by the democratic
politicians and office holders who as
sume to control things, and when pre
sented to the board for action, all
these names were dropped, and others,
to wit, T. Hedgpeth, J. E. Batchelder,
George Weller, W. Ji Nettle jr., Jas
Harris, and M. M. Matson substituted
therefor. Several of those discarded
inquired of Strohm 'why they were re
moved. His only explanation was that
the clique did it. "Well," why didn't
you object to any interference with
your official duties?" In reply, he
said in substance, that in that event
he would have had the whole clique to
The handwriting of the revised list
was recognized and the writer stated
that he really did not know who was
responsible for the changes or why
they were made.
Naturally, tnose removed are ex
ceedingly wrothy, not because of the
tew dollars they would receive for
their services, but because of being
shut out unceremoniously without any
excuse being forthcoming. And they
are now out with their hatchets and
will make their work count against
one or two aspirants when the ballots
The ladies' aid society of the Metho
dist Episcopal church will sell home
cooking at the office of Geo. W. Brown
Saturday afternoon, i Your patronage
Your cough annoys you. Keep on
hacking and tearing the delicate mem
branes of your throat if you want to
be annoyed. But if you want relief,
want to be cured, take Chamberlain's
cough remedy. Sold by all dealers.
Marriage licenses have been issued
from the clerk's office as follows:
Oct. 10 -Mike Pursellee. aged 28,
and Vidosova Molovich, 19, both of
Oct. 14-R. M. Ford, 32, and Mar
garet J. Lawlor, 27, both of Amador
Oct. 13— Lucien A. Butler, 21, and
Erma J. Wells, 19, both of Plymouth.
"I suffered habitually from
pation. Doan's regulets relieved and
strengthened the bowels, so that they
have been regular ever sirce. "—A.
E. Davis, grocer, Sulphur Springs,
All persons knowing themsevles in
debted to V. Giovannoni & Co., will
please call in without fuither notice
and settle their accounts. To liquidate
the affairs of this firm, it becomes
necessary to collect all our ordinary
bills, and for that reason prompt pay
ment must be made.
Jackson, October 14, 1910.
J. P. GRAY.
IS. F. Board of Trade Adjuster.
V. GIOVANNONI & CO.
M. B.— Store open for collection only.
ANY LADY can easily make from
$18 to $25 per week working for me
quietly in her own home locality.
This is a bonafide offer— one which
. will pay you to investigate, even if
you can only spare two houra per day.
No investment required. Turn your
spare time into money. Write me at
once for particulars. Address MARY
B. TAYLOR, Box 30, Woman's
Building, Joliet, Illinois.
Leg Injured at Napa.
J. A. Allison, who with D. Jenkins,
opened the JacKson pool and billiard
parlor, had the misfortune to be
thrown from a bicycle which he was
riding at Napa about two weeks ago,
and as a result, he has been confined
to his home with a badly injured leg.
Mr Jenkins, who is conducting the
local pool parlor, reports his partner
to be on the road to recovery.
CASTO Rl A
City Business Finished
Persuant to last ajdournment, the
board of trustees of Jackson met on
Octber 17, at 7 o'clock p. m.
President V S Garbarini was absent.
Trustee Wm Penry wa9 elected
president pro tern. '
Roll call showed all members present
except trustee Garbarini.
Minutes of last session were read
Ordinance No. 68 came up under the
head of unfinished business, in relation
to telephone license, raising said
license from 815 per quarter to $25 per
On motion, said ordinance was . ap
proved by the following vote, Barton,
Learn, Lucot. . • »
Hun A Caminetti appeared before
the board and asked permission to use
a portion ot Main street on Oct. 23,
and same was granted.
Adjourned to meet November 3rd.
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A merciless murderer is appendicitis
with many victims. But Pr. King's
New Life Pills kill it by prevention.
They gently stimulate stomach, liver
and bowels, preventing that clogging
that invites appendicitis, causing con
stipation, headache, bilioudness, chills.
25c at Spagnoli's drug store.
Last Saturday, the land case of
Fayette Mace jr., of near lone, came
up for hearing before A. 0. White,
the special officer of the land depart
ment residing in San Francisco. The
hearing was had in | Jackson. The
government ordered additional testi
mony in this matter to be taken as re
gards residence and good faith of the
settler on a homestead sixteen miles
from here. The testimony of a num
ber of witnesses was taken, and will
be forwarded to the authorities at
Washington for final adjudication.
It's the World's Best
No one has ever made a sajve, oint
ment or balm to compare, with Buck
len's Arnica salve. It's the one per
fect healer of cuts, corns, burns,
bruises, sores, scalds, boils, ulcers,
eczema, or salt rheum. For sore eyes,
cold sores, chapped hands, or sprains,
it's supreme. Infallible for piles.
Only 25c at Spagnoli's drug store.
At a regular meeting of Court Jack
son, No. 1463, F. of A. held October
13th, 1910, the following preamble and
resolutions were unanimously adopted :
"Whereas, in view of the loss we
have sustained by the decease of our
late brother, Alfred Goldner : and
"Whereas, It is but just that a
fitting recognition of his many virtues
s'.iould be had : therefore he it
"Resolved. By Court Jackson No.
14S, Foresters of America, that, while
we bow with humble submission to the
will of the Most High, we do not the
less mourn for our brother who has
been taken from us.
"Resolved, that, in the death of
Alfred Goldner, this lodge laments the
loss of a brother who was ever ready
to proffer the hand of aid and the
voice of sympathy to the needy and
distressed of the fraternity ; an active
member of this society, whose utmost
endeavors were exerted for its welfare
and prosperity; a friend and com
panion who was dear to us all ; a citi
zen whose upright and noble life was a
standard of emulation to his fellows.
"Resolved, that these
be spread upon the records of the
lodge, and a copy thereof be trans
mitted to the family of our deceased
brother and to each of the news
papers of Jackson."
Committee: W. D. DUFRENE
F. V. SANGUINETTI
ORDINANCE NO. 58
An Ordinance Amendatory
of Ordinance No. 25
The Board of Trustees of the City of
Jackson, do ordain as follows:
Section 1 : Subdivislonn lof Section
1 of Ordinance No. 25 of the City of
Jackson, is hereby amended to read as
Sub. 4, For the business of hiring,
renting or leasing twenty-five tele
phones or over, in said (Mty of Jack
son, $25.00 Dollars per quarter, and
for less number than twenty-five
telehones, $5.00 Dollars per quarter.
Section 2: This ordinance shall be
in effect on the first day of November,
1910. after its passage and publication.
Introduced, October 6, 1910, by
Adopted and approved October 17th,
1910 by the following vote :
Ayes, John Barton, H. Learn, Geo.
WM. M. PENRY,
President of Board of Trustees of
City of Jackson, protem.
(SEAL; 0. M. KELLJiY,
Published in the Amador Ledger for
one week, vz, Oct. 21., 1910.
Bell's Foolish Argument
In his appeal to the voters, Mr Bell
repeatedly ha 3 said :
"California cannot enjoy a stable
administration of affairs unless the
man who is elected governor has be
hind him a united party. If 1 am
elected, 1 shall not be obstructed or
disturbed by factional disturbance in
Since Mr Bell has used this argu
ment several times, undoubtedly its
absurdity does not appeal to him. It
is a poor argument for the election of
Mr Bell, that he would not be dis
turbed by factonal differences, when
the fact is that he would not have be
hind him even a semblance of a party
disturbed or otherwise. TheJCalifornia
legislature is overwhelmingly republi
can. The most potent force in the re
publican party of the state is Hiram
W. Johnson. Within his party, he has
shown his ability to effect reforms
that are in the interest of the whole
people. In carrying out tne pledges
of the republican platform, he will
have the backing of an overwhelming
majority in the legislature elected up
on tin. same platform. There can be
no question of his ability to carry out
the reforms which tiie people demand.
Granting Mr Bell every high pur
pose, the fact that he belongs to the
party of the diminishing minority is
not an argument for his election.
Evsry year a large number of poor
sufferers whose lungs- are sore and
raked with coughs are urged to go to
another climate. But this is costly
and not always sure. There's a better
way. Let Dr. King's New Discovery
cure you at home. "It cured me of
lung trouble.," writes W. R. Nelson,
of Calamine, Ark., "when all else
failed, and 1 gained 47 pounds in
weight.. Its surely .the king of all
coughs and lung cures." Thousands
owe their lives and health to it. Its
positively guaranteed for coughs,
colds, la grippe, asthma, croup — all
throat and lung troubles. 50 cents and
$1. Trial bottle free at Spagnoli's
Big Band of Goats
A large band of angora goats passed
through Jackson Wednesday morning,
bound for a ranch near San Andreas,
Calaveras county. There were 2100 in
the flock, .the largest band of these
animals that has been seen in this
sec 1 ion for many years. They , are
owned by Louis Joses, of San Andreas,
who with an assistant, was driving
them to his home place. He left home
about three weeks ago to bring the
goats from Tehama county, where he
had purchased them. He has been on
the road ever since, and expeced to
reach home Thursday. The goats were
in fine condition, they had all been
recently sheared of their crop of wool.
Mr- Joses bought them as a specula
tion, and for raising them to some ex
tent. There is a demand for goat meat
on the part of the Austrian boarding
houses and others. They cure the
meat by smoking, etc, and it is con
sidered equal if not preferable to beef.
The goats will weigh full grown about
100 pounds, and will command from
$2.50 to $3 a head. The hide with
'wool thereon is low in price, worth
: about 35 cents.
It is in time of sudden mishap or ac
cident that Chamberlain's liniment can
be relied upon to take the place of the
family doctor, who cannot- always be
found at the moment. Then it is that
Chamberlain's liniment is never found
wanting. In cases of sprains, cuts,
wounds and bruises, Chamberlain's
liniment takes the soreness and drives
away the pain. Sold by all dealers.
Effect of Tariff Charges.
Not for many years has the price
of cattle, fit for the butchers, been so
high as now. Butchers in this section
have to pay 9 cents per pound on the
hoof. This is the highest rate touched
within the knowledge of those now in
that business. And they are hard to
get even at this fancy price. It is also
ncteworthy, that while the price of
cattle is thus soaring, the price of
hides has declined. Butchers are not
able to get more than 8 cents per
pound for hides whereas a years ago.
the rate was 9 cents. This reduction
is accounted for by the tariff being
tuken on: hides. The imported hides
fix the market rate for the domestic
article. This is one effect of the free
list business— the reduced tariff of the
Payne-Aldrich bill. It is extremely
doubtful, however, whether the con
sumer will reap any benefit whatever
from this reduction. The only ones
benefitedare apt to be the importers of
the foreigh hide.
ANY LADY can easily make from
$18.00 to $25.00 per week working for
mo quietly In her own home locality.
This is a bona floe offer— one which
will pay you to investigate, even if
you can only spare two hours per
day. No investment required. Turn
your spare time into money. Write
me at once for particulars. Address
MARY ;B. TAYLOR, Box, 80
Woman's Builidng, Joliet, Illinois.
Large Funeral Cortege
The funeral cortege following the
remains of Vasco Voscovich, who met
a tragic death with his companion.
Earl Liversedge in the South Eureka
mine last Wednesday, by falling over
two thousand feet down the shaft, is
said to be one of the largest that ever
entered Jackson. The procession came
here from Sutter Creek, where the un
fortunate miner resided. Services and
interment were held at the Greek
Catholic church. Every available car
riage in the county was engaged,, and
it is estimated that more than fifty
carriages were in line.
Deafness Can not ne Cured
by local applications as they cannot
reach tho diseusod portion of the car
Thcro is only one way to cure deafness
and that ia by constitutional remedies.
Deafness Is caused by an In [lamed con
dition of the mucous lining of the 10ns
tachlan Tube. When this tube is In
flamed you have a rumbling sound or
imperfect hearing, and when* it is en
tirely closed, deafness is- the result,
and unless the inflammation can Oe
tuken out and this tube restored to its
normal condition, hearing will be de
stroyed forever; nine cases out of ten
are caused by Catarrh* which is noth
ing but am inflamed condition of the
We will give One? Hundred Dollars
or any case of Deafness (caused by ca
tarrh) that cannot be cured by Hall's
Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars* free.
F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo*. O.
Sold by Druggists, 75c.
Hall's Family Pills lire iiieoest
Warning to Hunters
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All parties are cautioned not' to
trespass for hunting purposes on the
lands of the undersigned landowners
in Jackson Valley and the neighbor
hood of Stony Creek. Alt such, tres
passres after this notice will be pro
secuted to the full extent of the taw.
Ellis Bros. G. Courtriglit
C. Froelich Orrie Jones
C. Daugherty J.. H. Ringer
George Yager J. Q. Horton
George Ellis Richard Barnett
The E«'ho of last week has this to
say about John Daneri, who is running
on the democratic ticket for coroner
and public administrator :
Mr Daneri is a resident of Sutter
Creek, : where he was born and grew to
manhood. He is engaged in the under
taking, business in that thriving town.
He lias, had considerable training in
the office to which he aspires, having
served three years as a deputy under
Geo. M Huberty, in Jackson, so that
he will bring to the office, if elected,
plenty of experience to prevent
That the candidate served as deputy
coroner for tnree years in Jackson
under the last administration is cer
tainly news to the people here. There
is no record of such appointment as
Reaching the Top
in., any calling of life, demands a
vigorous body and a keen brain.
Without health there is no success.
But Electric Bitters is the ' greatest
health builder the world has ever
known. It compels perfect action of
stomach, liver, kidneys bowels, puri
fies and enriches the blood, tones and
invigorates the whole system and en
ables you to stand the wear and tear
of your daily work. After months of
suffering from kidney trouble." writes
W. M. Snerman, of Cusuhing, Me.,
"three bottles of Electric bitters made
me feel like a new man." 50c. at
Spagnoli's drug store.
CASTOR I A
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April 29th to Oct. 25th
Mill LI 8 M SHORE
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New Graft a Success
EL M. Prine,. of West Point, Cala
vcraa county,, believes he has been
successful in his attempt to graft
chestnuts into* Oak trees. As a result
of hiß experiments,, this year for the
first time; the trees seem to be bear
ing, and the nut in tho onk ha* a
doublb burr in it. Although tho burs
are in the embryo,, he is sure that
they will be found to contain chest
nuts* Price's experiments received
considerable attention about a year
ago, when they were given publicity in
The Bee. At that time, it was an
nounced that he- had succeeded in
grafting walnuts into oaks, and; as a
result he was flooded with questioning,
letters from all parts of the country.
What he actually did was to cross
English walnuts with the California
walnut, producing a very large nut of
excellent meat. His experiments with
the chestnut and' oak are made with
the idea of growing-; in this state chest
nuts in sufficient quantities to be a
factor as a foodstuff. The chestnut in
Italy, he- points out,, is very generally/
used a» a food. If his- present experi
ments prove as successful as- he ex
pects,, he plans to have all the
now practically useless, oak trees that
abound in the state growing a chestnut
food supply in the near- future. — Bee.
Order to Show Cause Why Order
OI Sale of Real Estate Should
Not be A/lade.
In, the superior court of the county
of Amador, state of California.
in the matter of the persons and
estates of Elvie H. Troyan, Hilda J.
Troyan, and John G. H. Troyan,
It appearing to this court from the
petition this day presented and filed by
Amanda Emma Troyan, the guardian
of the persons and estates of, Elvie H.
Troyan, Hilda J. Troyan, and John G.
H. Troyan, minors, praying for an or
der of sale of certain real estate be
longing to said wards, and that it is
for the best interests of. said 'wards,
and necessary that such real estate
should be sold ;
It is hereby ordered that the next of
kin of said wards, and all persons in
terested in the said estate, appear be
fore this court on Saturday, the 12th
day of November, 1910, at 10 o'clock
a. m., at the court room of this court,
in the city of Jackson, county of
Amador, state of Califoria, then and
there to show cause why an order
should not be granted for the sale of
And it is further ordered that a copy
of this order be published at least once
a week for three successive weeks be
fore'the day of hearing, in the Amador
Ledger, a newspaper printed and
published in said county of Amador.
Dated October 11, 1910.
FRED V WOOD,
octl4 . Judge
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Meetings to be attended and addresed
by the Republican County Candidates
and others, will be held as follows; ,
Drytown, - Thursday, October 27
Bucna Vista, - Friday, October 28
lone, • Saturday, October 29
Plymouth, • Monday, October 31
Oleta, - Tuesday, November 1
Volcano, - Wednesday, November 2
Pine Grove, - Thursday, November 3
Amador, - Friday, November 4
Sutter Creek, - Saturuay, November 5
Jackson, • Monday, November 7
By order of* the County Central Com*
All persons, irrespective of party
are Invited: to attend.
• A. M, Gall, chairmen.
C. E. Richards, secretary.
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