The Amador Ledger, Jackson, California, Friday, December 12, 1902

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The Amador Ledger, Jackson, California,
Friday, December 12, 1902 - DRYTOWN. -Tho business interests have undergone...
DRYTOWN. -Tho business interests have undergone undergone a number 'of changes the past month . ■'•' Tho partnership of Giannini & Catto in the hotel business has been' dissolved; dissolved; Florence Giannini assuming the entire responsibility hereafter. > '■-.'• Tho saloon of XV. Jennings,* -wi 'ac-' count of the death of the proprietor, remains closed, - with' no 'immediate prospect of its being reopened. • •■*••»>■ , M. Parker has voluntarily closed np his saloon business, and gone to Seattle. Seattle. Whether this shrinkage of •■ tho liquor business is due to the reaction after the excitement "of the political, campaign, or to a tswearing-off "'of the people hereabouts, deponent' sayeth not. "-';'.""? - ■ • : Supervisor Fred Lemoin, after a four years' vacation, has returned" to the blacksmith's forge. He took charge of the shop . here on Thursday of last week.- :•?/. ; ■■ .- . ,--■ '.. John S. Davis, who has boon running! tho blacksmith shop^Jor the past four" years, has loft for Amador Gltyr''Hft has purchased the smithy in *that thriving town, and took charge taarly this weuk. ■<- - •■ v •■•<[.■• v'-

Clipped from Amador Ledger12 Dec 1902, FriPage 2

Amador Ledger (Jackson, California)12 Dec 1902, FriPage 2
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