|Rights||No Copyright - United States (NoC-US)|
|Publisher||Digitized by J. Willard Marriott Library, University of Utah|
- LOCAL AND GENERAL to Falcon Pub. Co. for fine job printing. LIME: FreBh lump lime on band Qo at Ed Christians Alma Nelson left for Cedar City day on a visit. t Mon- The town basbeen very quite since the fair. Everybody is recuperating. The Republicans intend opening a free reading and club room in town spon. ' Pres. Erastus B. Snow and E. G Whitehead are reported seriously ill. Miss Vilate Andrus left Friday for Cedar City to attend the Branch Normal. h - -- The residence of Win. G Miles taking fire soon after noon Tuesday was entirely consumed with the of the adobe walls. The fire started on the second floor and from the dryness of the woodwork the whole upper part was soon in flames. All the contents of the lower rooms was saved, the neighbors lending their aid with a will. Had there been plenty of water the woodwork of the lower rooms could probably have been saved. It is not known just how the fire originated, but it was probably from a defective stove pipe or flue. Mr. Miles is away at present at the grind stone factory. A fund of over a hundred dollars besides promised work to help rebuild were given on the grounds to the 1'iiOiSlu.NAH UAKDS. OFFICIAL DiitEGlUitL STATE OFFICEUs j jjejer j yj. Wells x. Hammond jiol.uj.n Richards. Jr Governor DAVID H. MORRIS, Secy, of State Auditor COUNTY ATTORNEY, Gen. Supt. Pub. School A. C. Bislrop Atty Dr. J. R, Park J. L Rawlins and NOTARY PUBLIC, Senator W. H. King Representative St. George, UTAH CITY OFFICERS. Thomas P. Cottam Mayor. THOS. MARIONEAUX, Councilmen. John T. Woodbury DISTRICT ATTORNEY, Brigham Jarvis Richard A. Morris Beaver City, Utah.' George T. Cottam . Charles F. Foster Recorder Francis L. Daggett Civil business solicited in all counties of the district. Marshal Brooks George J. S. Snow Attorney Francis L. Daggett. . ..Justice of Peace Sexton FRANCIS L. DAGGETT, George Brooks Watermaster George Brooks..Attorney -a- t-Law Dr. F. Clift. .... .Quarantine Physician & Notary Public, COUNTY OFFICERS. Commissioners St. George, .UTAH. James Andrus, Chairman All business connected with the settlement James Jepson of Estates of deceased persons a specialty. . Ed. R. Frei Conveyances of all kinds carefully executed. Clerk and Recorder AvF. Miles Treasurer 7 Nephi M. Savage Assessor TERMS OF COURT. Thomas P. Cottam D. H. Morris Attorney Sheriff For the Fifth Judicial District, 1900. George Brooks C. A. Workman Supt.. of Schools R. R. Tanner Joint Senator ' iFirstTerm Januarv .. J. G. McQuarne: Representative Second Term .""..'.....April 17 Third Term September 4 : A LETTEK FiiOM TEXAS. Riding discovered two perfect specimens of ancient Indian pottery near Gum Springs Rusk Co. Texas Sept. here this week. 7, 1900. Editor Dixie Falcon. Dear Sir: In looking over your valuable These evenings and mornings make little paper, I find a column now and one begin to look around for the wood again that is occupied with sketches pile. from Elders that in difof so ferent Call and examine our fall & winter parts the country, I thought words from this part of the few a that line of clothing and Furnishings Lords vineyard would be ineresting James Andrus & Sons. to the many readers of the Dixie Fal-- . Supt. Albergof the Apex has given CON. Ten months 'ago the ,20th of np his position at the mine and has left August, I left my home on the Muddy to fill a mission to the' South Western for the northern part of the state. States, I arrived at St. John Kansas Misses Effie Sorrenson $and Lizzie the headquarters of the mission on the h oster attended the ball of 4th November and from there I was given Washington Monday evening. ' assigned to labor in Texas in the Lone Thos. Marionaeux Report comes from Gen. Wood .that Star Conference, arriving here the day the election held in Cuba passed off before conference concerned. After quietly and with perfect order and having three days of. enjoyment, and no disturbance anywhere. taking of a good portion of the spirit of the Lord that was manifest; and formThe dance Monday evening the acquaintances of all the saints ing proved to be a failure but another for and Elders. I was given a good Commarried peop Thursday night .was better at- panion and assigned. to labor in S.foir.e Co. where I labored until Spring,' contended and a fine time was enjoyed by all ference. Traveling after the manner o ,the Apost and Sev nties.of old Most of the mining work has been or without purse scrip. Deuendingup-o- n stopped at the .Apex mine while the as the Lord did to provide for Gasoline hoist is being St. George, Utah. pat in. It is us in the time ofthey need. After finishing expected that everything will be Sabine Co, I was called to assist the in readiness by the first of Reliable assays given all samples. next week President in the Meteroic labor in When thinking about Samples by mail receive prompt having some which I have labored ever since travelJob Printing done do not inthe Saints and Elders, among ing attention. forget we bave the best equipped vestigators. The people generally are job plant south kind to the Elders, they are beof Prove. Prices reasonable. Satis- very ginning to do away with hear savs faction Guaranteed. Falcon Pub. Co. and-arreading and investing for themAttention is called to the advertise- selves. So the great mountains of prejudice that once existed against the ment of the St. George Cattle Co - is id an- Latter fast crumbling other column. Mr. Harderstates that away and they ere- beginning to see as about 200 head will be that thing called taken out of there is something-iI have the Pasture this week there will be an1 (Mormonism). witnessed five three I have perbaptisims abundance of feed for winter pasturage. formed myself. There is nothing that A meeting was held in the Lyceum will give an Elder more joy than to see Wednesday evening for the purpose of the fruits of his labors and to officiate reorganizing the Young Ladies Mutual in the sacred ordinances of the gospel, Improvement Association The organiz- and would even lay down their lives A Powder Hill Explosion ation was completed and the for the Elders, yet at the same time following offieeas elected. Removes everything in sight; so do Mary Thompson Pres. they cannot see the necessity of obey Emma Brooks and Caddie mineral pills, but both are all drastic very busy here Macfarlane ing. The people are councillors, Ada Cotlum. Secretary at the present, every person that is mighty dangerohs. No need to dynaMrs. Ella Seegmiller Treasurer and able to get around, both male aud fe- mite your body when Dr. Kings New Lemmie McAllister, Organist. Meet- male can be seen in the cotton field, Life Pills do the work so easily aua ' Cures' Headache, Constipaings will be held every week beginning hard at work. I am thankful that f perfectly. 24 tion cents at A. II. Whitehead Only Wednesday October 3. have been counted worty to come ino & Sons store ' the mission field, and my advise is to Frank N. Bleak has been honorably released from his assignment in the all the young men of Zion to pre; are yourselves for this great labor and mission field, being at Editors-Awfu- l Plight present at Val- never refuse for there is great promises dosta Georgia and will return to Editor Seneca (Ills.,) Higgins, Utah unto those that will make a saciifiee of soon. He will remain in the was afflicted for (News, years with piles vicinity there time and means. uo doctor or remedy helped until I will not trouble you with more of of Salt Lake City until after conferMay we all he found he tried Bucklens Arnica Salve, the ence when he will return honm with my writing faithful to the principles of truth is the best in the world. He writes, two boxes' his father who expects to be present prayer of Brother wholly cured him. Infallible for Piles. at the conference Sickness is the Willard L. Jones Cure guarateed. Only 2o c. Sold by cause of his release. Athens Henderson Go. Texas. j R. Whitehead & Son's store. - are-labori- ng -- e Day-Sain- ts - -- J . . IRON COUNTY. First Term January 9' April 24 September 11 Second Term Third Term BEAVER COUNTY. Term.January 23 Second Term May 8 Third Term September 25 First - Millard County. First Term 6 May" 22 October 9 February Second Term Thi rd Term......... ' JUAB COUNTY. First Term Second Term Third Term '............. February 19 June 4 October 22 E. V. Higgins. Judge. . St. George Postoffice, New Schedule. ARRIVAL OF MAILS. , Salt Lake, daily except Tuesday, about 10 a. m. St. Thomas, Tues., Thurs. & Sat., 9:15a.m. Pine alley, Tuesday & Saturday, 5:45 p. m. MAILS CLOSE. Salt Lake, daily except Saturday, 4 p. m St. Thomas, 12 noon Mon., Wed. & Fri., Pine Valley, 6 p. m. Sunday & Thursday Jhx Pi m'i. T.,stmaster. , n h j - , J vour-humbl- e STATE LAND NOTICE. United States Land Office, Salt Lake City, Utah, August 2, 1900. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN : Notice is .Hereby given that the following township plate (full and fractional) have been received at this office from U. S. Surveyor General for Utah Viz Tp. 10 S. Rg, 2 East; Tp. 38 S, Rg. 11 W; Tp. 39 S. Rg. 10 W ; Tp. 38, S. Rg, 10 W ; Tp. 39 S. Rg. 9 W; Tp 39 S. Rg. 11 V. Said plates will be, tiled in this office and opened for entry under the public land laws on aud after September 4, J9'0. Frank D. Hobbs, Register. Geo, A. Smith. Receiver. . -- GREAT OFFER To all old subscribers paying up to date and a years subscription in ad- vance and to all new subscribers sending us Two Dollars we will send the Falcon from NOW to Jan. 1, 1901 This means that we will send FREE, , 6 ALC9N YEAR and 4 MONTHS for the price of ONE YEAR. This of- feMs good-onlduring the month of Dont September. delay your subscrig-A- . tion but serd it at once. .