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AMADOR LEDGER."
JACKSON. Cal. DEC. 80," 1910
CLUBBING RATES.
Ledger and Dally Call, one year. l 900
Ledger and Weekly Call one year 2 75
Ledger And Dally Chronicle, one
year . . '« ..<•• 0 00
Lec'ger and Weekly Chronicle,
one year.... 3 00
Ledger and Dally Examiner lyear 9 00
Ledger and dally San FrancUco
Bulletin, one year, ....8.00
Strictly in advance. Any snbscrlber
can avail himself of this offer by paying
up all arrearage and then the above
clubbing rates In advance.
PLYMOUTH
Dec. 28— Miss Mac Easton, who is
attending Heald's burliness college in
Stockton, is here on a visit to her
parents.
Ben Chadbourne has returned, after
a visit of several days with relatives
at Irvington.
Mr and Mrs Roy Sherwood, and
little daughter Vera, and Miss Gertie
Ninnia, all of Stockton, are here on a
visit to Mr and Mrs Jabe Ninnis.
Mrs Margaret Sevey has rented her
residence, and gone to the city to re
main for an indefinite length of time.
Mr and Mrs Will Bolton of Oakland
have rented Mrs Margaret Sevey'a
residence, and have taken possession
of the same.
Mrs A. J. Coster, who have been
visiting in Sacramento for the past
month, have returned. ••* She was ac
companied by her son Robert. ;
Joe Rhea, who has been working at
the Mount de Oro mine for some time,
has taken a trip to! east Tennessee,
where he will visit relatives. He in
tends to be away three or four weeks.
' Miss Bessie Brumfield, who is at
tending the college in Stockton, came
home to spend the holidays with her
parents, Mr and Mrs J. F Brumfield
of Shenandoah valley.
Frank Eudy. the genial book-keeper
for Rosenwald & Kahn, drove to Jack
son on Sunday last to spend Christmas
with relatives. ...■■,
Miss Katie Bunker, who is employed
at the Fabiola hospital, Oakland, is
here on. a visit to her mother, Mrs
Clara Freeman.
Miss Elsie Keyes has gone to Point
Richmond, to spend the holidays with
her sister, Mrs Al Dugan.
Miss Marie.Weston/ accompanied by
jther brother Harry, drove to _Qleta one
.day last week to visit their aunt and
£uncle, Mr and Mrs Olaui Wilson.,
' Pete Sevey was a \ visitor at Nash
ville on Sunday last. ■
Will Bolton made a flying trip to
Jackson on Saturday last.
Mr and Mrs Thomas Davis have
gone to Berkeley, to attend the
teachers' institute.
Julius Levaggi of San Francisco has
been here on a visit to his parents. .
Joe Datson of Jackson was here
visiting friends last week. .
Jody Roberts of Sacramento, is
home for the holidays, and is the
guest of his mother, Mrs N. Carrol of
the Central hotel.
Buster Brown
SUTTER
H. L. Lehmann and wife left last
Friday morning for San Francisco, to
spend the holidays with relatives.
Charles Johnson arrived here from
Seven Troughs, Nev., to spend the
Yuletide with his wife and daughter, i
Humphrey Jones and family of
Sacramento, Thomas Jones and wife
an little daughter of Oakland, Miss
Jennie Jones, Edward Jones sr., of
Vallejo, came home to spend the holi
days in the old home place.
Mr and Mrs James Crilly and two
children arrived here from Oakland
Saturday evening to spend the Christ
mas season with Mrs Crilly's mother,
Mrs Payne and family.
Mr and Mrs J. 13. Ledoux and little
daughter of Sacrmento, and Miss Vic
toria Murton of Los Angeles, are en
joying the Yuletide season with their
mother, Mrs Eliza Murton.
Harry Springer of Seven Troughs is
the guest of his aunt, Mrs John j Ross,
during the holidays. - »
Harry Daneri came up from Oak
land to eat Christmas dinner with his
mother and home folks, and returned
to Oakland Monday morning.
Mrs Adehna Fredericksen, former
resident of Sutter Creek, widow of the
late Mr Fredericksen, passed away
Tuesday afternoon, in a hoepiUl In San
Francisco, after a lingering illness of
about two years, caused by conaump
tion. Services were held this Friday
morning in Sacred Heart church, inter
ment in Holy Cross cemetery,SanFran
cisco. Deceased was a native of Ama
dor county. Two brothers, ben Cello
and brother, and two sisters, Mrs Vir
ginia Iloradori of Drytown and MrsGeo
Trewitt of San Francisco, survive her.
Mrs Fogarty, an aged resident of Sut
tei Creek, passed away at her residence
on Thursday, the 15th instant, of gen
eral debillity and old age. Services
were 'held 'from '* Catholic church on
Saturday, and the remains were laid in
Catholic cemetery beside her | husband,
Martin-FogaYty, who preceded her in
death a few years ago. Besides Miss
Annie Fogarty, two married daughters,
and several grandchildren survive her.
L. R. Poundstone returned to Sutter
Creek Thursday evening, after a vißit
in San Francisco and elsewhere.
George Waechter came up from the
bay city to enjoy the Christmas season
with his mother and sister.
Mike Connors and family of Sacra
mento,Will| Connors of Jackson, and
John Connors of Contra Costa county,'
spent Christmas in Sutter Creek with
home folks.
Among the Sutterites returning
home for Christmas were Miss Enid
Nixon, T. Rouirke and Nick Williams
from Stockton, Gilbert Wadge. Cline
Fagan/from San 1 Francisco, and Will
Johns \'from Sacramento, and Bessie
COPPER HILL
Mr and Mrs Buhlert of lone were
guests of F. C. Buhlert j over Christ
mas. . .
Mr and Mrs Bonham of Jackson
valley Bpent Christmas with friends
here. ,'
John PorovicH was a visitor in Jack
son during the past week. ■•'
J. Burnitt went to Placerville last
Sunday. ;.>; ;
Henry Kreth returned from his fly
ing trip to Sacramento in time to take
part in Christmas program.
Miss Ruth MeCulloh spent several
days as a. guest of Sophie Taylor,
whose school is out for the holidays. .
Perhaps no small burg can boast of
so many pretty schoolmam's as as
sembled at Copper Hill Christmas eve.
There were Miss Jessie Orr of Tracy,
Miss Rachel Robinson of Forest Home,
Miss Mabel Votaw of Grape -Vine,
Miss Cora MeCulloh of Walsh station,
and Miss Sophie Taylor of .Cosumnes
present at the .Christmas tree and
dance. . .■ , :■ ■. ■ ■
Several teams are engaged in hauling
ore to Carbondale.
Mrs F. . A. Taylor was the lucky
winner of the • sewing machine , given
away by Rosenwald & Kahn. ' ' £■%'■.
Fred Hollinshed and mother went to
lone Sunday. . ; .
Copper Hlil thoroughly sustained its
reputation for hospitality and enjoy
ment at its Christmas exercises. Dur
ing the evening the following program
was carried out : 'Recitation by Jack
son Hall, Curtis Barney. Janie Taylor,
Henry Kreth, Thos. j Taylor, Mabel
and Loreen Votaw, and Fred Buhlert,
interspersed by music and songs. The
hit of the evening was a parody en
titled "Wearing of the Green," by_a
double male quartet. Last but not
least was a farce entitled"DrCureall. '
The leading character was sustained
by Fred Hollingshed, assisted by Mrs
A. Taylor, Mrs F. C. Buhlert and
Misses Sophie Taylor, Ruth MeCulloh,
Stella Kreth, Virgie Buhlert and
Messrs Henry Lee, Fred Kreth, El
win and Lawrene French.
After this Santa Claus appeared
and many and generous were the pre
sents bestowed.
During the evening Mrs F, A. Tay
lor was presented with a tea set and
knives and forks of sterling silver as a
token of affection from her many
friends and neighbors.
At the contusion of the program a
turkey supper was relished by all, and
dancing followed until broad daylight.
All went home voting it the time ot
their lives.
Copper Hill's young folks expect to
enjoy the new year at Plymouth.
Mrs F. A. Taylor is the proud pos
sessor of two yards of hand-made silk
lace of fabulous price, presented to
her by her friend Mrs Minnie Hall, in
whose family it has been an heirloom
of over two hundred years. Mrs Hall
is of the Kentucky Bell family. The
lace was on exhibition at the mid
winter fair, and experts declare that
the production ceased two hundred and
fifty years before. This lace was
worn on England's throne before the
American revolution, and has twice
been in possession of the White House
ladies ;once when Dolly Madison graced
the place, and later when Zachary
Taylor's wife resided there.. , But per
haps it has never had a prouder pos
sessor than the present owner, not
only for intrinsic value, but also for
the affection which prompted the gift.
Mrs F. Taylor's wonderful control,
of animals saved her from what might
have proved a very serious accident
last Monday morning. Mrs Taylor
and son were returning from Cosumnes
after taking her daughter to hen
school. One of the spirited team fell |
so suddenly that when the buggy hitj
it the force broke the whlpple-tree, i
and one trace on the other horse. |
With great presence of mind Mrs Tay- j
lor alighted and ./repd the standing,
animal, and turned her attention to
The RED FRONT
Jackson's One-Price Store
The RED FRONT courteously extends to the
people of Jackson and Amador County the
I nmn imon'fc at tia _ \a3CAH
We also wish to thank our many patrons for thoir liberal patronage during
the past year, and ask for a continuance of the support in the coming year.
Jackson's Cheapest Dry Goods Store
the struggling one that was -down.
After getting up she had the buggy
wired and drove home the remaining
ten miles. The plucky lady escaped
with only a blackened nail caused bbyy y
the bit breaking and hitting her while
struggling with the horse/ The team
is very high strung, and few men
would care to be similarly placed.
Buster Brown and Tige. 1 '-
Unclaimed Letters.
. Uuclaimed letters remaining ,in Jthe
Jackson post office December 30, 1910 :
Willard Andrews, Alfred Anderson,
F. Atteberry. Miss Paula Byagija,
Bernardo Coccb, H. S. Cobb, C. G.
Fieri (4,) Miss Callutis, Mrs Jennie
Green. E. Gullett, W. A. Kendric. A.
Lucisa, David Rhodes, Mrs Mary
Roheo M. Sulli, Miss Pauline Sanders,
Miss Lena Smith, W. J. Trewin, Abe
Truax, N. Vukolivich, Francisco
Reyes. John Peahel, R. B. Reing,
Mrs H. E. Kemp pkg.
■ "Fair" Exchange, Yet a Robbsry.^ •
While Gustavo Dore wus ut Isclil
and wandering about tho 'mountains
he 'became much Interested lv a^couu
try wedding and sketched It* on the
spot. He put the sketch into a book
In the pocket of his paletot and went
back to the hotel to dinner. After
dinner he looked for '• the sketch. It
'was "gone. Angry at the theft, the
artist called the landlord and made
complaint, but no trace of the book
was found. Prom Ischl Dore went to
Vienna, and there he found "a letter
and a parcel awaiting him. The let
ter, which was anonymous, read thus:
" "Sir, I stole your book at Ischl. The
sketch was so charming that I could
not resist the temptation of having it
In. my possession, and I knew very
well you would never consent to sell
it to me. But theft Is neither my
trade nor my habit, and I beg you to
accept as a souvenir of my crime and
my enthusiasm for your talent the
walking stick which will reach you at
the same time as this letter." !
The cane was one with a massive
gold head In which was set a gem of
Cemetery Notice.
Please take notice that 7 on and
after January 1 1911, charges for dig
ging graves in bothlremeteiies [must
be paid in advance in all cases. See
city cemetery regulation No. 6, and
Catholic cemetery regulation No. 2.
IS. S. PJTOIS,
V City Sexton.
George I. Wright, of Luning, Nev.,
and superintendent of the Del Monte
Goldlield mines of that camp, is visit
ing his son, Jas Jay Wright of Jackson
Hotel Arrivals
Globe.
5 vThursday.-E L Lash, R Yates,
Sacramento; Geo It Crane, Oakland;
C Brignoh, Stockton ; F L Lowle and
wife, R R Flat; H S Porteous, West
Point; A T Nelson, J Tannigan, Fair
play ; X Gust, Stockton ; Geo Hatist.
Friday. -Mrs R Robinson, Mrs V E
Ellis, Martell; Arthur J Brule, Mr
and Mrs G A Comerse, S B Stevenson,
Sari Francisco; A Jones, Pine Grove.
Saturday— J Leßrake, An tone Ac-tin,
Sacramento ;W B Pemberton, Volcano;
C Sullivan, Martin Thomas, San Fran
cisco.
Sunday.— M Devine, Electra; ' M
Torre, Oakland; J A Drlscoll, Amador
City ; Horace Truvcon, C Sullivan, M
Sweet, Elmer Guerard, San Francisco;
James Arditto, Amador City; Francis
Laiuer, Fred Hanson R R Flat.
Monday.— o Possey, San Francisco.
..Tuesday.— J S Davis, Amador; CL
Miller and wife, Plymouth; Clarence
Bradshaw, Pine Gove ; F J Sutherland,
O M Giles, San Francisco; B Camble,
Sondra.
' Wednesday.— Budd Hansel, Clement s;
W IF H Ryan, Mrs - Armstrong, San
Francisco. ;?';:
National.
'Thursday.— Geo Werner, A E Tote
land, San Francisco; W S Hall, Los
Angeles; J M Fontenrose, Oakland ; G
M McKenize, Defender.
'"" Friday.— Mrs JO Harding, .H|li
Herbert, Ventura:
' Saturday— E D Boydston, C C
Steele,' Volcano ; Mrs F J Sutherland,
San Francisco ; F W Clough,." Angels
Camp: A D Cromweli, Milton.
'Sunday— Mr and Mrs Fitzgerald,
Clements; Hazel Questo, lone; Mrs 11
Shaffer, Dutch Flat; Mrs Wm Liver
se^gte; ;Pine Grove: Miss' Hilda Clough,'
Mrs^E G Smith, Miss Hilda Herbert,
F Sutherland, San Francisco; J D
Haley, Amador City ; J M Strong,
Sacramento.
Monday.— Hoarce Truman, J M Fon
tenrose, Oakland; R S Starks, Elec
tra; J Bermingham, Nick Rega, San
Francisco ; W Ludekens, Pine Grove.
Tuesday— Mrs S E Oliver, New
York; Joseph F Berring, Stockton;
Frank C Meiss, C S Webber, San
Francisco; AH Melching.F Garbanni,
L Rietra, W Ludekens, Pine Grove.
Wednesday.— J A Malloch, Oakland;
Hiram Penry, West Point; W Lude
kens, Pine Grove; B Solari, Bridge
House; Nick Beiga. Oleta.
Children Cry
FOR FLETCHER'S
CASTORIA
SEMI-ANNUAL REPORT
-OP—
''Public Administrator of Amador County :
•JSS**
.:'■ . ENDING JUNE 30th, 1910.
i • • .. • ■
To the Hon. Fred V. Wood, Judge ot the Superior Court ol Amador county. California.
The undersigned, tho Publlo Administrator ol Amador county, pursuant to the provisions ol
Section 1784 ot Ihe Code ot .Civil Procedure of Ihe State ot California, hereby makes to the Superior
Court ot Amador county, under his oath, a return ot all tho estates of decedents which have come
Into his hand since said last return, the value of each estate, according to the Inventory and ap
pralsement therenf, the money which has come Into his hands from every such estate, and what
has been done with It, and the amount of his fees incurred In each estate, and the balance, It any.
In each such estate remaining in his hands
H. E. POTTEB.
Public Administrator ot Amador county, State of California,
Expense of Ad-
. Names of. Appraised Cash ministration Balance Admlnls
-: - Decedents Value ot Becelved. Fune al Kxpen- On Hand tor's rees .
-•-:'.. Estate.-. ;•;;.; . v «c«. Money ■• - • •
Distributed. -„..-. ■- ■•■■-.• " :
O.Zaazucchl. $(*)». 00 ■ • KHt.K) T*ii.Si ~ ~im.\& W.UU Unsettled .
i.nn.Tmi«A« Hoap--: Notbliw- Nothing Unsettled
Annß.Trelease. . lBe|ueu , Kecel¥ed p . id out V 1""',V 1 ""', ,'' ' fi „,^
Frank Itlchardson 1747. «0 1707.10 1707.10 IM-»» Be«ted
Jno. D. Baughraan d 0.60 60.00 80.00 • *-2" »« «J
SarahAßerlne 150.00 61.00 " 81.00 g.W SelUep
X. M.Vaughan 100.00 703.00 700 00 *»•<» Bottled
JohnVoss - pl .a N ue^nt M *° * iw "- 40 UnBe "' el
BUte of California, 1 HH
County o> Amador) -/"': •■ i
U. B. pOTTEB, tho Public Administrator ot Amador county, afte belrg duly sworn, deposes
I w»» during all tho times meutlonoU In the foregoing statement the duly fleeted, qiullflei
and »otlßg rubllo Administrator ot Amador county; I have read the foregoing return mid* on
tills day by m» to the Buperto» Court of Amador county, and hnow.th* contents thereof, and say
uixjii oath that the fame Is true to the beet< I my Information aud belief.
{11. K. POTTHH,
Public Admlnlvtrator ol Amador county,
Bubeerlbt.l »ud ewoi v to before me thi* SOib <l»y Of November, IVIO.
New Dwelling House .
Dwelling houses • are scarce around
Jackson. Daily inquiries are made for
small residences suitable for workers
in the mines, and a number could be
rented if they were to be had. The
building of houses for renting -purposes
has not been looked upon as an invit
ing field for investment, and building
has been slow for several years. We
are pleased to notice that building is
being • undertaken ■to meet the * de
mand. I Jos. Privitali is building a
five-roomed dwelling at Newmanville,
next to the residence of Jos. Coombs.
The frame is all up, and when finished
the residence will be quite an attrac
tive one. .The owner is; doing the
work himself, assisted by W. Laswell.
A residence stood on the same lot and
was destroyed by fire several years
ago.
When you are tm
dry and dusty
CALTj FOR
Gilt Edge Lager
OR
Doppel Brau
Sacramento's famous Beers
On draught eve ywhere.
In bottles oo
Sacramento Brewing Co.
P. J. RUHSTALLEB, Mgr
Blood Poisoned..
Lorenzo Larich is suffering from a
bad case of blood poisoning in his left',
hand. The lad, who is the only son of
Mary Larich, was picking up some
pieces of wood, more than three
weeks ago, and accidentally ran a maty
nail in his hand. Inflammation set .
in, causing the victim much pain.
Shall women vote.
If they did, millions- would vote Dr.
King's New Life Pills the true remedy -
for women. For banishing dull, fagged
feelings, backache or headache, consti
pation, dispelling colds, .imparting ap
petite and toning up the- system, .they ■
are unequaled. .Easy, safe, sure. 2-lc
atSpagnoli's drug- store.
Died in Sonora;
D. J. Camble, for some: time, machi^'
nist in Garbarini Bros machine shop, .
and afterwards employed- as machinist':
at the Keystone, died in Sdnora< some '
weeks ago. -He was one of plaintiffs i
in the foreclosure of ' mechanics' and:
miners' liens ' against the Keystone
mine. This case was-; pressed' to a
judgment recently. A report has;
gained currency that the death of
Camble will interfere with the collec
tion of the money, -but we understand i
from the attorney, W. G; Snyder, that
this is not so. It may necessitate the •
probating of the estate- of; Camble, .
but as to the others it will j cut no",
figure whatever. s
Men's Private Diseases-Cured :
quickly and effectually at your own home
by a regular physician of long practice..
Medicines with full directions sent to
your nearest Express office: you paying;
the charges $5.00 on taking out package.
Address, Mail Medical Dispensary,
Lock Box 36, San Francisoi Cal. N0.5
FOR SALE.— A very fine sable :
coat, worth $500, will be sold at a,,
great sacrifice. On exhibition in Mc-
Gary's show window, on Main street,.
Jackson.
Special, Small Ads.
Advertisements under this head, sot exceed-
ing 5 lines, will be Inserted at 500 per month, c .
cents per line for less than one month
For Sale or Rent— The Pine: Grove-
hotel, n brick structure,' with all mod-
ern conveniences, situated on the main
road to the mountains, ten miles east/
of Jackson : One hundred - and ' sixty
acre 9 of land with Hotel; forty ucros-
under cultivation, also vineyard and
orchard; a fine opportunity for the~
right man. Apply to Jackson Real
Estate OBice, Jackson. - ,■ . •', „ ;
Ihe bluest clubbing otter ever-
made. Amador Ledper and Bulletin —
the leading evening daily paper ol
San Franoisoo, only 83 per year, in
advance. Subscribe low.
FOR SALE.— Hotel and saloon busi-
ness of Central hotel, Jackson, doing-
a good business. For particulars apply
on the premises or address. P. Genolio.
Central hotel, Jackson. P. 0. box:
206. jyls— lm
FOR SALE.— 2S,OOO No. 1 shakes in
first class condition. For sale at.
Ham's Station, by Henry Bradley.
ocl4.
Sunset Vale 1771 Capital 633 .
The F. THOMAS'
Parisian
Dyeing and Cleaning Works
Dyeing and Cleaning Dress Goods.
Silks, Blankets, <md Curtains
A Specialty.
" tt
1012-lOth st Sacramento
'mm £)
Security
When your valuables are stolen
you rarely recover them. Why
not act wisely and insure yourself
! absolutely against loss by theft
or Ore by placing them In out*
Safe Deposit Vaults. A amull
aum each year will provide you
with a box that can only be
opened by yourself. '.
' Call on us or write and let u«
tell you of tb« many ways this
great Dank can be of use to you.
. —
STOCKTON SAVINGS
AilD. LOAN SOCIETY
Stockton, California

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