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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Amador ledger. — 12 January 1906

The Kind Ton Have Always Bought, and trhich has beea ~ in use for over 30 years, has borne the signature of jrjfl - — and has been made under his per- CJjZe_*L&ffli'~&s' sonal supervision since its infancy. **iar7f, ''COCcAZai Allow no one to deceive you in this. All Counterfeits, Imitations and " Jnst-as-g-ood" are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children— Experience against Experiment* What is CASTORIA Castoria is a. harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare* goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups.. It is Pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic . substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms ; and allays Feverishness. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind -Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the ■: Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep* The Children's Panacea— The Mother's Friend. GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS The KM You Have Always Boug...

Publication Title: Amador Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Amador ledger. — 12 January 1906

THE OLDEST PAPER Has largest circulation Best advertising medium It pays the Business Man to Advertise in the Ledger, Magazine Section. MISS ALICE TO WED. CONGRESSMAN NICHOLAS LONG WORTH, OF OHIO, THE MOST FORTUNATE OF MEN. A Grand Vhlte House Wedding In Mid- February— Culmination of Romance Believed to Have Occurred on Ocean Voyage. ']'■- ■■' ';".C~.:'" There is to be another wedding in the White House, and society at the capi tal is already looking forward to what undoubtedly will be the most brilliant event in the history of the mansion. It is just about two years since Rep resentative Nicholas Longworth, of Cincinnati, began to lay siege to the heart of the charming daughter of the President, and his attack has been un remitting. Now he has captured the heart of Miss Alice, and will lead her to the altar in mid-February. Several times during the last year Mr. Longworth's engagement to Miss Roosevelt was rumored, but it was never confirmed, and the social world began to conclude ...

Publication Title: Amador Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Amador ledger. — 12 January 1906

animations made for the commission of the grazing systems of the State of Texas, the State of Wyoming, the Union ana Northern Pacific railroads, and of the Indian office in the case of permits to stockmen for the use of Indian lands suit able for grazing, and of the grazing con ditions throughout the West. A map has been prepared showing the general loca tion and area of the summer, winter, and year-long ranges, and the sections which are largely dependent upon a temporary water supply for their untilization in graz ing, and those where there has been ex tensive development by wells and wind mills. We believe that this map will be found exceedingly valuable and interest- Ing in the consideration of all grazing Sroblems, and it is therefore submitted in lie appendix. Third. Upon the results of a meeting called to confer with the commission by the National Live Stock Association in Denver early in August, 1904, which was attended by the Secretary of Agriculture ' and by representative...

Publication Title: Amador Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Amador ledger. — 12 January 1906

THE DERELICT Jim Bannister jumped jont si. the train, his black bag in his hand, and bis eyes went ranging up and down the platform In. search of iiis -wife •ana .children. They seneraaiy -were Ihere to -meet him when he came aown from' town on Friday evening. Finding that they were not visible, he left the sta tion and took the road that led away f com the town and the harior towards the new suburb which had Of tote years set up in as a watering place. It was .chfiap and healthy, and the boys liked to co down to -the harbor -and see Hi <> £h)j)s anil talk to the sailors. 1 Bannister soon got -trar -of ■town, <f or; he was walking fast, imt as the road began to rise his j>ace became slower till, as he -near^d the ■bend «wbere <*c road turned toward the cluster of red brick villas, he was going quits leisurely. '•' A man was sitting on the stile at the comer — a tramp, he seemed to %c.' Bannister frowned. .He was a hard working man himself, -and he aid -not like tramps...

Publication Title: Amador Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Amador ledger. — 12 January 1906

EDIBLE MUSHROOMS. "Mushroom Growing and Mushroom Spawn Making" is the title of a very interesting bulletin just issued by the Department of Agriculture. This is a subject which, to most farmers, is surrounded by a haze of mystery and hesitation, owing to the fact that there are a number of species of mushrooms which are poisonous. Determining the Poisonous Fungi. The first question a man will ask is, "How can I tell a toadstool from a mushroom?" The Department answers this question by saying that you can not tell a mushroom from a toadstool because mushrooms are toadstools. The general belief is well-nigh univer sal In this country that the fleshy um brella-shaped fungi are divided into two classes — mushrooms, which are edible, and toadstools, which are poi sonous. The assumed difference does not exist All fleshy umbrella-shaped fungi are toadstools; a number of these are edible, and commerce applies the name mushroom; but not a small num ber of other toadstools are edible, and a g...

Publication Title: Amador Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Amador ledger. — 19 January 1906

Established November i, 1855. LAWYERS. rpAHOK & TABOR Attorneys at Law— — Stoll Building, Sacuamento, Cal. Special attention given to applications for United States Mineral Patents and Land and Mining litigation. T W. CALDWELL 1 ' Attornoy-aMLaw Jackson, Cal. Will practice in all courts of tne SUM NURSING. , "JV/TISS JENNIE FOSTL.K TRAINED NURSE. Anthony Residence, Hamilton tract. DOCTORS. DR. P. 8. GOODMAN - -■:" ; -> ;■;> -■-*-_ «■ .- . ...,■.■■<.-■ v - 1: Physician and Surgeon SUTTER CREEK, CAL. Diseases of women and children a specialty. Office hours— l 2 to 2p, m. ; 7to9p. m. ■pvR. T. I>. M. QUINN Physician and Surgeon AMADOR CITT. CAL. Office hours— 2 to 4 and 7toBp. m. Telephone at residence. "r\R. A.' PARKER LEWIS FhyslclaH and Surgeon SUTTER CREEK. Office:— Werner Building - CAL. XT' E. ENDICOTT, M. D. ... Hi, Physician and Surgeon Jackson, Cal. Office: Webb building. All calls promptly' attended to at all times T\R. E. V. TIFFANY Physician and Surgeon . PLY...

Publication Title: Amador Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Amador ledger. — 19 January 1906

THE AMADOR LEDGER Published Fridays by R. WEBB • ■---.- Editor and Manager SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Ons year (in advance.... J2 50 One year (if not in advance) 3 00 Six months 1 25 Three months 75 One or more copies, each. & Legal advertising— per sqr.-lst Insertion. $1.00 Subsequent Insertions— per square-each.. 50 ENTERED. AT TBE POSTOFFICE AT JACKSON AS . • . .- SECOND-CLASS. MATTER. TUTC DAPT3D ls > ke Pt on file at E. C. 1 til J fAr Eft DAKE'S Advertising Ao-ency, 12iSansome St , San Francisco, Cali fornia, where contracts for advertising can be made for it. " . . " - FR1DAY. . ....... ..JANUARY 19, 1906 Ledger 801 l of Honor. ,--..■ ■ -■ ; • The following sums have been received on Ledger subscription account since our last re port. Oct. 10. Tnis acknowledgment is equal to a receipt for the Smounts named If any per sons have paid since the date stated whose names do not appear on the list they will please notify this office, so that due correction may be made. N EDenend $2 5...

Publication Title: Amador Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Amador ledger. — 19 January 1906

TEMPERATURE ;'AND;RAIN FALL This table gives the highest and lowest tem perature in Jackson for each day, together with lhe raintall, as recorded by self-registering in struments kept at the Ledger office : . hrempmi ! Tcmp i 2 Date. ! Io jj Date. ; i.o |L.:H.; 2ij ' iL iH.I 2 Jan. 1(06)..! 33! fW...J : Jan. 17 (06).j 46! 52: 1.60 2 ! 28! 62;... .;j 18 ! 46! 55 1.41 3......; 28; 68; H 19 ! 42 r. 1.18 4...:..: 2tf! TO; H 20 ...J i ! 5 i 30: 71:. ...M 31 ! ..! . 1.... 6..,...: 31 j 70 : . '■' •'■2 ' \ '• 7 1 32 73!.. ..:!!;. V..-23 1 .ikiii... 8 ! 30: 67!. ... ii 24 ; ..I ..!.... . « ! 40: 51!....!! 23 V.j .J.... 10 ! 39: 55;....!! 26 ! ..! ..!.... 11 j 43: SS! .6IM 27 ! ..! ..;.... 13 1 47: 50:1. CM ! 28 i ..! ..!.... 13 !4S!SS:I.«i 29.....! ..! ..!.... 14 ! 45: 50:0.96! 30 ! ..! ..!... 15 1 «! 54:0. 71:j 31 ! ..I ..!.... 16 ! 30! 53 0.18 : j ; i . hrempmi ! Tcmp i 2 Date. ! Io jj Date. ; i.o |L.:H.; 2ij ' iL iH.I 2 Jan. 1(06)..! 33! fW...J : Jan. 17 (06).j 46! 52: 1.60 2 ! 28! 62;.....

Publication Title: Amador Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Amador ledger. — 19 January 1906

L, „,,^^£,,,/Jl!,l!,^i =air If For Infants and Children. F^^fefi I Always Bought tingthcStoinadisanilSawelsof ff JiGtirS tllG M t Promotes Digesfion-Cheerful- IH f%f llv ness and ßeslContains neither 111 _r ji If A g Opium.Morphine nor>lii\eral. f!| 01 fftitJ Narcotic. ~jj jhe^oroujirsawarwamß pi > \^\^ &*ius&- I \M MA ■ ■ ggSSfifc. ill fl „ h^=i^^— / mfxt aU II QP Aperfecl Remedy forConsUpa- I I \ IV UOU Fion.SourStotnach.Diarrhoea [iiil I \kV Worms .Convulsions .Feverish- pi I Ip C**m flifa*.» ness and Loss of Sleep, llj V/* fM I JV RIR I Facsimile Signature of c<; _.^^- 1 Thirty Years L °™"™°'™»~ J uflo I UtilA TM« eaumtun momrun. mm tomti am. DEWS {IHH RI OF SACRAMENTO. Corner Fourth and J Sts. Paid depositors for the year 1904-5, 4 percent on term deposits, 3 per cent On ORDINARY DEPOSITS ..... Accepts deposits in sums Kfrom ONE DOLLAR and upward. Guaranteed Capital $410,000 Paid Up Capital and Reserve. . 350,500 Assets... 1,917,500 Send Draft, P. O. Order, or ...

Publication Title: Amador Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Amador ledger. — 19 January 1906

THE OLDEST PAPER Has largest circulation Best advertising medium It pays the Business Man to Advertise in the Ledger, Magazine Section. GUEST OF KING EDWARD. MRS. POTTER PALMER, SOCIETY |S| LEADER, SPENDS SEASON IN LONDON. Leased "Egypt House", Isle of Wight —Polished Floors of Famous Man sion Persian Carpeted to Please Royal Whim. V ' Mrs. Potter Palmer, social censor for the great world of society in Chi cago, is numbered among the few American women who have really and truly penetrated to the inner circles of exclusive society in England. One hears every. day of i.rs. This or Mrs. That who has set the ~ocial world of London agog, but few of this vast number ever do more than receive an invitation or two to affairs which are by no means the entertainments of the smart set. ; •■ ■Mrs. Potter Palmer, however, is a woman whose social position is as sured and has been for a number of years. To know her is the open ses ame to the most exclusive houses in America, and so when she went a...

Publication Title: Amador Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Amador ledger. — 19 January 1906

A RAILROAD LEGISLATION. BOW THE RATE MAKING QUES TION STANDS BEFORE CONGRESS TODAY, m Interstate Commerce Commission Bill Is Administration Measure— The Foraker Bill and the Elkins Bill Al- ternatives. After its usual little flurry of busi ness before Christmas, followed by the holiday period,' Congress is now ready to settle down to the serious work of the session. Probable debate looms up large on the Panama Canal ques tion, the railroad rate issue and the tarliT. Of these the railroad question is undoubtedly the most important, at least it is the newest subject; and while no legislation may be desired on the other Issues, if a railroad rate bill is to be. passed, as is the an nounced desire of the leaders and the President, practically unlimited debate will ensue. It has been stated that" the House would likely act promptly, as it did last year, but it is something of a problem as to what will be the procedure in 'the Senate. The Inter state Commerce Commission rate bill appears ...

Publication Title: Amador Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Amador ledger. — 19 January 1906

JOCKO— A True Story. ISABELLE JOYCE The groat circus was out oa parade when Jocko came. Everything .was confusion about the grounds In prepay ration for tbe afternoon performance, and no one thought to take a peep into tbe. monkey cage -vrhere another little member bad bcea addod to tbe family. . ; Hundreds of street nrchins stood about gazing at the wonderful side show pictures, patronizing the red lemonade and peanut men and striv ing to pass the time before the hour set for the show to begin. The smell of • sawdust permeated the air and brought real Joy an 1 fond memories to the hearts of the few old timers In the crowd who sniffed and recalled their first circus. Criers were drumming np patron age. Mounted on high boxes, they enumerated the endless chain of mar velous features to be seen In , the "three great rings." And then "A grand concert will follow the main show and will enlist the services of some of the greatest artists In the world. All, this can be heard for the small ...

Publication Title: Amador Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Amador ledger. — 19 January 1906

POISONOUS PLANTS OF THE UNITED STATES. Fanners from time to time send in • impJaints to the Department of Agri lulture that not only their stock, but ■yen farm hands, have been sickened and killed through the presence if some poisonous plant on their farms. |o frequently have these complaints Krived at the department that offi cials of the Bureau of Plant Industry, Bnder the direction of Mr. Frederick V. , Coville, the chief botanist, are now making extensive experiments to as certain the exact elements causing this damage. / ■■ in order to aid farmers in the detec tion of the most common plants found on their farms, the department has is sued a farmers' bulletin, No. 86, en titled "Thirty Poisonous Plants of the United States." This gives in detail full descriptions of the plants, the symptoms of the poisoning, and in many cases antidotes for the relief of men or animals taking in the poison. It would be well for all agriculturists to keep a copy of this pamphlet among their ready ...

Publication Title: Amador Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Amador ledger. — 26 January 1906

Established November 1, 1855. LAWYERS. rpAIJOK & TABOR ——Attorneys at Law Stoll Building, Sacramento, Cal. • ■ Special attention given to applications for United States Mineral Patents and Land and Mining litigation. T VT. CALDWELL Attorney-at-Law Jackson, Cal. Will practice in all courts oi the State NURSING. -[i/TISS JENNIE POSTLE TRAINED NURSE. Anthony Residence, Hamilton tract. ((Jackson, Cal. Phone 528. : my* DOCTORS. ~T) X - r - s; GOODMAN Physlclnn and Surgeon SUTTER CREEK. CAL. Diseases of women and children a ■pecialty. Office hoars- 12 to 2p, m. ; 7to9p. m. T-VR. T. I>. SI. QUINN Physician and Surgeon . AMADOR CITY, CAL. Office hours— 2 to 4 and 7toBp. m. Telephone at residence. TVR. A. PARKER LEWIS Physician and Surgeon SUTTER CREEK. Offloe:— Werner Building - CAL. Tf E. ENDICOTT, M. D. Physician and Surgeon JACKSON, UAL. Office: Webb building. All calls promptly attended to at all times TAR. E. V. TIFFANY . Physician and Surgeon PLYMOUTH, CAL. Office— Forrest Hous...

Publication Title: Amador Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Amador ledger. — 26 January 1906

THE AMADOR LEDGER Published Fridays by R.WEBB - - - - Editor and Manager SUBSCRIPTION RATES: j Ons year (in advance 12 50 Oceyear (If not in advance) 3 00 Six months .- 1 25 Three months 75 One or more copies, each 5 Legal advertising— per sqr.-lst Insertion. 11 .00 Subsequent Insertions — per square-each.*. 50 ■N?BRED AT THE POSTOFFICE AT JACKSON AS SECOND-CLASS MATTER. THTQ PAPCD " Kept on file at E. C. 1 ilia rArCK DAKK'S Advertising Agency, 124 Sansome St , San Francisco, Cali fornia, where contracts for advertising can be made for it. FRIDAY JANUARY 26, 1906 Why No Increase. It is a matter of surprise that Ama dor conuty's population does not increase in proportion to other por tions of the state. California is gain ing in population at a rapid rate, but Amador remains about stationary. That it is one of tbe most desirable spots in the "land of sunshine, fruits and flowers," as regards climate and other natural advantages for home making there is no question. Still they do not ...

Publication Title: Amador Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Amador ledger. — 26 January 1906

TEMPERATURE AND RAINFALL This table gives the highest and lowest tem perature in Jackson tor each day, together with "the rainfall, as recorded by self-registering in struments kept at the Ledger office : ! Ltd I i i » . (Temp: g. ■; :Tem!p! g. Date. • j !a \) Date, i \'a jf£ifj_3ji SfiEjir. Jan. 1(06)..! 33! <&.... li Jan. 17 (06) J 46^ SS--1~60 2 | 28! 62!....;; 13 ! 46! 5511.41 3 ! 28! 68|....:| 19 1 «: 81 1.18 4 j 29! 70!....:: 20 j 31! 53:.... 5 ! 30: 71!....;: 21 ! 34! 58!.... 6 ; 81! 70! j] 23 . .! 33: 72: 7 ; 32! 72J....U 23 i 40; 70:.... }~r -8 i 30j 67!....! 24 ! 3S! 72:.... >r; -;■ 9 ! 40! 51!....! 25 i 38i 74!.... 10 ! 39! 55:....! 26 40! ..!.... 11 1 43! 58! .61' 27 i ..!.... 12 i 47; 50:1.04: 28 1 ..!.... 13 ! 48! 53j1.42ii 29 ! ..! ..!.... H i 45: 50!0.96: 30 i ..i ..!.... 15 ; 44: 54:0.71:1 31 j ..j ..!.... 16. ■■...; 30; 520.16:1 S i I ! Ltd I i i » . (Temp: g. ■; :Tem!p! g. Date. • j !a \) Date, i \'a jf£ifj_3ji SfiEjir. Jan. 1(06)..! 33! <&.... li...

Publication Title: Amador Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Amador ledger. — 26 January 1906

The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been, in use for over 30 years, has borne the signature of _^ and has been made under his per- fjPL^jtApfli'-jP'*, sonal supervision since its infancy. v*trtrv2j '"COCCAAtS; Allow no one to deceive you in this. ' All Counterfeits, Imitations and "Just-as-good" are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children— Experience against Experiment. What is CASTORIA Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare- goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. 16 contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms and allays Fevcrishncss. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Panacea— The Mother's Friend. QENUINE GASTORIA ALWAYS y^ Bears the Signature of The Kind Youlave Always B...

Publication Title: Amador Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Amador ledger. — 26 January 1906

THE OLDEST PAPER Has largest circulation Best advertising medium It pays the Business Man to Advertise in the Ledger, Magazine Section. BANQUET WITHOUT MEAT. WASHINGTON SOCIETY BATS A UNIQUE VEGETARIAN Absence of Meat not Noticed by the Guests. Analysis of Foods Made by Dr. Wiley, the Government Food Expert. Few wealthy and socially prominent women share with Mrs. John- B. Hen derson, wife of the former United States Senator from Missouri, the dis tinction of being a strict vegetarian and yet being able to entertain large dinner parties successfully without the use of any kind of meat Mrs. Henderson's home, Boundary Castle, in Washington, is one of the handsomest dwellings in the Capital and is fitted up in the most sumptuous MRS. JOHN B. HENDERSON. ■tyle. Gold, silver and exquisite glass table appointments characterize her entertainments and the most promi nent people ' in the country are her guests during the social season. . - This distinguished hostess long ago became a convert ...

Publication Title: Amador Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Amador ledger. — 26 January 1906

Etrates that men will go out from the cities and live on the land and make good citizens, when they are taught about the hind after they get on it Agricultural Education Needed,' Viewed from both standpoints, it is a demonstrated and unquestionable fact that American public schools need far more of practical agriculture, in their courses, than they now teach. In fact the majority of them do not teach agriculture, in any of its branches, at all. The teachers themselves, as they are graduated to-day, know nothing of the subject Their educational sys tem is in a rut from which it cannot be moved except by a strong popular demand, which in itself must come from an intelligent comprehension, of the weak points of the system. The problem is one for the serious consideration of our most far-seeing statesmen— the stemming of this cen tripetal movement which is overcrowd ing our centers of industry where men work for day-wages, and which is steadily drawing from our rural com- , The Hartford...

Publication Title: Amador Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Amador ledger. — 26 January 1906

BY THE NAME OF SLODDEN It was a darkish night with a stiff Ireeze blowing as I picked my way through those quiet streets that lie ketween Islington and Dalston. Just as I came to the corner of a street a ttrong puff of wind whipped off my mew shiny hat as neat as need be and dropped it in an area. This was cer tainly a nuisance, but not without remedy. I rang at the area bell, once, twice, thrice, but got no answer. I founded the lion's head knocker, once, twice, thrice, and got no answer. Then I looked up at the windows and saw a till announcing "This House to Let," and noticed that the shutters were all tightly closed. It was too dark to read the name of She agent and I was about to knock at the next door to learn where I could procure the key, when, to my Astonishment, the door, as I happened to lean against it, moved slightly in wards. I gave a gentle push and Talked boldly in. I groped my way down the kitchen stairs. I tried the kitchen door; it was locked and the key was gone....

Publication Title: Amador Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
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