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t the earn; our neighbor means that we SAN TV Disposal of Boer Prisoner. are reaching out for everything which It Is reported that Lord Kitchener will promote the prosperity of the wishes to send ten thousand Boer D. U. Cochrane, The Ranee Bros, were hero Editor and Mgr, county and its is he advancement, io India and locate them in the the week taking Falcon Publishing Co. : Pnbliah-oquite r jht: hut if he intends to conv. nortLm-part. No greater .mistake the idea that we want everything he could be made than this. The Afridis Published every Saturday at St. George, The infant son of Win. ar.v Washington County, Utah. s Entered at Saint is quite mistaken, emphatically so, rs who have caused the English so much Postoffice as mail matter. he may know George by reading a short article trouble live there. The Boers would Gray died on the 21 irst. da'icMo-Gra- f, our TIIE DIXIE FALCON. pre-on- ers onlcr-pictures- . -- . a "v second-clas- last .weeks issue. SUBSCRIPTIONS. Year $2; fractions pro rata in icADVERTISING. Thb Flat Rate For Disquite true that Washington Co. inch .per insertion; SI per play, 50 cents-pea has 2nch per month. No distinction strip of territory which cnee is made, excepting as between Transient and Permanent-busines- farmed, a part of Iran county, bat- the the latter being entitled to space at 50 cents per inch per month. Advertisements in was not swiped' territory question .may be triplebut and taken with or run the consent across entire page at pleasure column, openly of advertiser; position not guaranteed. JJeau-lnof. the persons .residing in the territory Notices 10 cents per line for first insertion ; 5 cents per line for each additional insertion. in question. Oue of the primary reassingle-colum- double-colum- g A blue cross here shows that your subscription has expired. Please .re- sew same FEBRUARY 9, 1901. Boer Character. It is Interesting, while nearly every tone is deploring the fall of the Boers And enlarging upon their love of .liber-vty- , to turn to the testimony of a man, honored the world over, and whom no one will say was speaking unadvisedly, that of Dr. Livingstone, jjthe African' missionary and explorer. He says: It is difficult for a person in a civilized country .to conceive that any body of men possessing the .common attributes of humanity, should with one set out, after loading their own .wives and children with caresses, and iproceed to shoot down in cold blood men and women, of different color, it is true, but possessed of domestic feelings and affections equal to their own. It was long before I could give credit to the tales of bloodshed told by native witnesses, but when I found the Boers themselves, ome bewailing and denouncing, others glorying in the bloody in .which they had heen themselves the actors, I was compelled to the validity of the testimony. They (the Boers) are all traditionally tracing their descent, from .some of the best men (Huguenots and Dutch) the world ever saw. Hence they claim to themselves the title of Christians and all the colored race ,are black property,. or. creatures.; iThey being the chosen people of God, the heathen are giyen to them for an inheritance, and they are the rod o! divine vengeance on the heathen as were vfche Jews of old. at the first occasi Zella, the orecs with these brave bribes of native Inaians, and England would have something much more serious on their hands than a South African war. Where they have hundreds to fight now they would have thousands there just as brave and led by the same, men. The security of her ons for the former change in boundary northern border is enough threatened line was the poor roads supported by as it and is, England would be wise to Iiou county in the territory annexed. and consider the cost before taking stop Hundreds of dollars have been spent by such, a step. this county in improving those roads and the memory of what they once were As if the two days at present rewill deter the people in that section quired to bring our mail from Salt from wishing to renew. the old connectLake City were not enough, the ion. The Record makes no mention of the further unconveniences of mail destrip from this county given Iron county layed from 3 to io hours seems to a few years ago, and while the people be our misfortune. The benefit to represented by that paper are contem- be derived from a more direct mail plating our gall, it would be well to and stage route is so apparent that see to it that they themselves be not it should require no further arguafflicted with jaundice. ment to cause steps to be taken to that result. Great Northern to Be Operated by accomplish It - n j';n is little seriously .VI Because of Lb e recent- rains cue oat-lofor the farmers is very encourag-- ok ing Jacob Frei and Adolf Union v. on. ; Toquerville as home missionaries on t ho 27th. The old folks party baa been pc poned for a time on aooonni oi sickliest. to preOur people are coimrr-ncinpare the sell .frthci" F'Tvtnor crops g 29, 19Ji. Reno Cragun and Mr. Kikhra au-daughter paid their niece, E.lna Era-gua visit. The time wa? enjoya. .y spent with music and singing. Albert Tobler and aroily of Washington are visiting he-- ", Geo. Staheli was seriously hurt by n, wagon running over km ch :st. bunkerivljlj: :?eoruary 2, 1901. have Just had the best ram a mo- we have known for four yer'i. Everyone seems to be.rejoiciug "Men will .do almost anything for Born to Mr. and Mrs. Stephen A caucus of Conservative members some will even work. Bunker a daughter: to Mr. and Mrs, of the legislature was held in the leg money islative building last evening todiscus3 No man has a right to be idle if he Ithame Sprague a daughter. the railway proposals now before the ..can get work to do. even if he be as Levi, one of the twin sons of Mr. government. It-i- underssood that the rich as Croesus. and Mrs. George Lee premier intimated that the Northern PaOifie lines in Manitoba would be pur-"- ; .Thursday last. 1 chased or leased by the. government asj George a result of negotiations recently conNaegli have ducted with the North era Pacific, C. P. haul wood. R. and Mann.& Mackenzie. The price j It is often t nose. who make money H. H. Ha have been paid was six millions honestly mat talk most about honest is is honest'. that The opponents of government owner- - money. Alt money Quarrie of St..(reot' made. of should railroads well honestly. observe .here a few tlaysvgc-Thomasship this. The German government builds; The woman who goes up to the lee-an- d Nev. operates .railroads; the Russian Urv .platform to air her rights usually government builds and operates roads; ; eave ,a husband .at- ..home .nursing his tie. His prices are the Conoelian government has pur-ora- wrongs. few are endined to sell on contract .chaf-ed-.railroad and is to 0 it. few affairs to at- for who Those 'have Is our government, of which, we boast spring delivery. so. much, so much worse a fan these tend to are great speakers. The less Mr. Styner an electric doctor fr-more' they talk. Monthat we cannot trust it to do likewise? men think the Salt Lake City, will spend 2 K v The trouble .lies in the i et that we tesquieu. will A German proverb tells us that every days here. Mr. Styner have became so possessed ivith the idea the wear free and have the best gov-- ! great war leaves a country with three three evenings. ernment. ' Why strive to avert it? The armies one of invalids, one of mournMankind, without any common bend, peoplo were made to rule not to be ers, and one of idle persons ready to will. a Name St. and rule they ruled time commit crime. any unity of aim.; bent upon happiness, For ir has sought each and all to tread The reported attempt of Washington they may. labor under a yoke doing the own paths, little heeding ifthev tramp-le. of a task master; the substance .county to steal about 300 square miles bidding and be shadow will the and upon, the1 bodies 0" their brcthoi not theirs Of the best part of this county ereated 1801. in Feb. 7, name, enemies in fact. This is the quite a little stir in Cedar the first of hose that caused the shadow the The information was darkness will be brushed aside, will Mr. T. W. Reese has gone to St. state of. thin gs we have : u.ched this week. Mazzini. brought home by L. W. Jones, et al, w ho themselves enter .the shadow .no more George to attend his cousin, Miss Bentlearned of the matter while in Salt to emerge therefrom. leys wedding. ILake City recently. At a mass meeting Alonzo Harris of Glendale is in town. .held last Monday evening a committee of of St. the people Mrs. J. T. Smith has been suffering Tery energy of three, was chosen to represent the iQeorge and the Adjoining settlements from an attack cf the lagrippe. THE BEST ILLUSTRATED MONTIS interests of this county. Washington I ghould be put forth for securing a stage LY MAGAZINE OF THE KIND W. O. Harris and his sister, Miss ..county has the reputation of wanting jhjne between this place and Modena, atto home Tuesday PUBLISHED. fThe roundabout way vwhice the mail Maud, returned the earth and we are not surprised Mr. funeral tend their ' grandfathers 10 cenfs a copy $1.00 a year rthe gall exhibited in this instance. stage takes at present is a source of Harris Is working in the Apex mine wide a has Its pages are filled by j?. br lliant array of Washington county already grua-- inconvenience to the people in a and Maud at the Apex boradiug house. iemwas and artists. Iis aathc revive in-writers once which of with territory these strip many ways. Coupled great .1 of i Muif to reviews storm commenced Books, it Plays, Last ndependent Friday braced in and is rightfully a .part of inconveniences as the notoriously had rrlie.e clever its special stories, strong: Art, it up continuously this country. Instead of asking for service rendered the public by the bere'and has. kept and humor and verse, wit a flue ilUistruions. make since, snowing altern- it a necessity in every intelligent borne, lihe raining eyer .more, they should be considering the present stage' line and the exhorbitant YEA i matter of returning what they have al- rates with which tney tax the people. ately. The snow fell here to the depth very low subscription price 4; 00RtPint a liable c al the within it repcb of eleven inches, puts ready swiped from us. AMY Only the greatest necessity will cause in eveiy w n. ...nijn h I wanted to those who know Cedar city the a person after they have once traveled On the Sth a weight ball is to be giv- INDUCEMENTS. WRITE FOR ? ART reported,:little stir ereated there will, over the route to takelt again. The en at Silver Reef. fbe quite a surprise, and anything which new line would save almost a day in WILL Orson B. Adams, one of Utahs pion- A TRIAL SUBSCRIPTION wel-- 1 be will result that . will accomplish PROVE IT. traveling in going to Salt Lake City eers, passed peacefully away Monday, corned oy their neighbors. As to the 3j?.d our mail be assured us an 1.30 illnees after about Feh. 4, p. in., just that WRITE jPrr C',msic Co vs information? we have as yet .been unHe was a pioneer to Salt one of year. .xcueh earlier. 'These conditions should Lake City, ParowaD, and Harrisburg, C EWE PIC 5 PviU.tCA.TIO' Oe able to find anyone in. Washington to every one, and. a and was .appeal strongly m Mo: n to DepaetMiIV? i what-ve.yeof I the a also member ir county who has any knowledge X. Y. ClT vfidted effort ean secure the prize. if iijr, '2.tall ion. If by wanting accord, AVe Provincial Government. Manners carry the world for The Ottawa (Can.) Free Press gives ment, character for all time. the following: . s : dis-said.- to j t : te a , : -- d .LiEJ-CDS- te-lry- . The Gritefior; j ' i . - . TO-DA- Y r t. of the matter.