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keeping up the ditches every year? If pipes were put in would not the saving D. U. Cochrane, Editor aud Mpr. of thes1 n a few years pay for putting Falcon Publishing Co- Publishers the pipes in, to say nothing of the con- Published every Saturday at St. George, venience and health of the community. Utah. Washington County, second-clasGeorge Postoffice as SUBSCRIPTIONS. Year ?2; fractions pro rata ADVERTISING. Thh Flat Rats For Dis50 cents per inch' per- - Insertion ; per play, fflch- per montfe. Nc made, as. between Transient and Permanent business the latter being entitled to- space at 30 cents per inch per month. Advertisements, ,. may be or- - nm- across entire page at pleasure of advertiser-- position not guaranteed. Read-i- n a N otices f( cents per line for first insertion; 3 cents per line additional" insertion. - dfcti-nctio- . ng - double-colum- single-eoftan- triple-eolumn- ; for-eac- MAY II, 1901. spectful. You can get a 6 month trial subscripFairly Stated. tion to the Falcon for 50 cents. Take The kicking subscriber and tha man out one for some friend out of town. are the bogie menof editors. Occasion- - j They will enjoy getting the news of ally an, editor expresses- himself unre- - Dixie. to stop his servedly, pap- - r , an eastern editor in as-doe- York Banker Presents to Metropolitan Museum a Valuable Co- Maw llection of Greek Ornaiuenta. In the most informal manner, J. o - who is always abou NOTICE Pierpont Morgan made a princely doAn income tax law has been passed,' nation to the Metropolitan Museum of Art, of the New Yotk city, the other in Hawaii. England and other Eui day. It consista of & collection of ean countries have had such a law ancient Greek ornament, for which years. The American people are t he ia said to have paid ij200,000. great blockheads to enforce such an e The collection waa bought from a actment. London art dealer. One of the Rothsobchilds, it is said, was anxious-'tIn spite of fierce partisanship the tain it but Mr. Morgan anticipated President is eyerywhere received by him. The article were wrought princienthusiastic multitudes, the rightful tribute to the high office he holds On pally in gold, some of the ornamentation being in silver. Inscriptions on ly the newspaper cartoonist is disre- Entered at Saint mail matter. s MORGANS GIFT TO ART. How much money and labor are spent THE DIXIE FALCON. some of them show that they were made about 350 B. C., in Albia, where Ionian Greeks from Miletus had established! a colony after that city had been sacked by the Persians. In the collection is a mask of & young woman, with a Greek inscription of four lines in work. The mask is in perfect oondition. There is a large gold crown about four inches in length and .eight inches in diameter. A heavy gold neckiacs of beautiful Greek workmanship has ten golden amphorae ae pendants and a large mask as a centerpiece. The necklaee is in fine granulated work. The other articles are a gold : and silver bridal wreath of unique design and in perfect condition, a large gold wreath of ivy leaves, two statuettes representing musicians playing Pans pipes, and a gold ram of granulated workmanship. The ornaments evidently had been the property of a king, a prince, or a wealthy nobleman. gold-emboss- ed re-pouee- e The attention of tlie citizens of Washington County is called to Chapter 36, Section 26 of the Laws of 1809 providing for the protection of game within the state of Utah, which reads as follows : Any person who shall hereafter at any time within the state willfully kill, wound, ensnare, trap or shoot at or haye in l is possession ; i birds commonly known as the Mongo. ian or Chinese pheasant,. English pheasant, pinnated grouse, or .iquail shall be guilty of a misdemeanrl.r'.l l.c to kill quail in or; provid-dthe counties of Washington and Kane between the 1st day oi Oetaber and the 1st day of the following March. It shall be unlawful to ship nr transport any quail out of the abbve named counties at any time except for the purpose of propagation, under ihe direction of the 'state and county fish and game wardens. Any and all persons found ir, violation of . the above mentioned section, or Any other of the provisions of the Fish and thme Law against the destruction of, or unlawful taking of fish and l game within this county, as provided by the laws of the State of Utah, shall be punished ac ording to law. By Order of the Board. Witness my haud and seal this 16th day of April A. D. 1901. Art-huF. Miles, County .Clerk, s m The City Council should take up the the following paragraph. It is a whole M. A. No. 3236, lot of truth, independently spoken, in a subject of a pure water supply and stay NOTICE was accomnutshell, and the Falcon cannot say it with it until something APPLICATION OF FOR PATENT. has no- readers to whom; it will not ap plished towards that end. No. 4328. Survey ' United States Land Office, ply: The South African affair is developOne of the Reporter's- family of Lake City, Utah, April 16, 1901. Balt into, a regular bull fight. The readers promptly, came m and stopped ing Notice is hereby given that Brigham Jarvis, arena is large but De Wet is a good of St. George, Utah, and Andrew F. Gregerson Bis paper early last Friday morning, matadore. of Bellevue, Utah, have made application for a because, as he chose to- express it. the United Stales Patent for the Paymaster and paper was too bitter in its treatment of The Filly ponies have nearly all been Utah lode mining claims situated in Tutsaguthe recent school ePeetiorr. contest. By coralled; now for the branding iron. bet Mining District, Washington County, Utah, same the token, consisting of 1437.1 and 1404.3 linear feet rethe presumes Reporter i while did I What The next book, spectively of the lodes and surface ground as the gentleman- promptly stops his subsshown by the plat, being mineral survey No. was gone., by Teddy. Willie the church'vehen the miniscription-to 4328, and described in the field notes and plat of ter tells him a few blunt truths- that Teddy was left at home. the official survey on file in the office of ths are not relished. Tne. gentleman is Register of Utah land office, with magnetic variation at 16 degrees East, as follows : as we dislike these deeply mourned, Beginning at corner No. 1 of Paymaster and vcan& spaces. in the family circle but Call and see samples of Summer! north 26 deg. 28 min. east 530.8 ftto cor running PROBATE NOTICES. we wish to state right here that when clothing at the Post Office building and ner No. 2 of Paymaster; thence south 39 deg. anyone thinks that ' this paper is run measured for a suit by Geo. Judd, tail- Consult County Clerk or respective 14 min. east 1418.6 feet to corner No. 3 of 2 of identical with corner number for his particular benefit, be is entitled or. Fit guaranteed or money refunded. signers for further information. 1404.1 45 1 east south thence deg. min., Utah; to a number of additional thoughts. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. feet to corner No. 3 of Utah; thence Sbutn 23r this comes out Co. Record We cant hope everybody and! The Iron Estate of John Pymm, deceased- deg. 28 min. west 632.1 feet to corner 'No. 4 of don ,fc propose to. make a fool of ourself! week with two extra pages of patented Notice is hereby given by the undersigned, Utah; thence Dorth 45 deg. west 1404.3 feet to matter. Bro, Wilkinson had a newsy Executor of the Last Will and Testament of corner No. 1 of Utah, identical with corner No. Pymm, deceased, to the creditors of, and 4 of Paymaster; thence north 35 deg. 38 min. little paper before, but we are afraid John all persons having claims against the suid de- west i463 feet to corner No. 1 of Paymaster, the to death. it patent ceased, to exhibit them with the necessary vou- place of beginning; containing a total area of of-- ridicule. In every hejwill This within four months after the first publi- 36.564 acres, all of which is claimed and applied elass of society it is a dominating featMr. Kirkham and daughter, who chers, cation of this notice, to the said Executor at for, there being no conflicts. ure: The reason for ihia ia plain. have been spending the winter here, the office of F. L Daggett, St. George, Utah, The lode line of the Paymaster bears north the place for the transaction of 37 deg. 3a tain, west 121) feet and south 37 deg. Nothing hurts like- ridicule. It is left for the North Tuesday morning. the same being of said business Estate, in the said "County 39 min. east 1317.1 feet from the discovery. the Monfrom-thA danee was given in their honor in the home, heard otr The lode line of the Utah bears north 45 deg. of Washington. west 750.1 feet anp south 45 deg. east 654.2 feet stage and pulpit. It Is the religion day evening and a host of friends bade Dated at St. George, May 8, 1901. f the Modem newspaper, and has been them good-byJames G. Bleak, Executor of from the discovery. Said claims are located on unsurveyed pubLast Will of John Pymm, deceased. the downfall o thousands who lsave bid lands which would be in T. 43 S. R. 17 W. S. for Executor lic reL F. man Attorney Daggett, Robert Chisholm, a mining for popularity. A man no sooner acL. B. and M. if the present system of public arrived corner No. complishes a feat that justly entitles cently returned from Alaska, land surveys were extended. Nefrom Fay, town 1 of the Paymaster U. S. L. M. No. 1 bears Tuesday evening him to be styled in modern- parlance- a in CREDITORS. NOTICE TO A. B. north 30 deg. west 1078.6 feet. From corner No. of Orson B. Adams deceased. hero, than he becomes a subject- for vada. He was accompanied by Estate 1 of the Utah U. S. L. M. No. 1 bears nonh 33 ChisMr. Notice is hereby ci ven by the undersigned, The ridicule Nothiagr kills, so far as- pop- Harris and M W. Williams. 15 min. west 2538.7 feet. The notice of lodeg. came here to look at the West Executrix of the Last Will and Testament ol r cation of the holm so is influence and concerned, ularity Paymaster claim is of record in of claims located in the soil B. Ad ms d. ceased, to the creditors of, and all Book A p 45 of the .records of the Mining Point killed Ricicule group as ridicules. quickly pe sons having claims against the said deceased, ta District Recorder of and adjacent to the exhibit Tutsagubet Mining them with the necessary vouchers, within 4 Dewey ; it killed Hobson it killed Bry- Tutsagubet district and also in Book N p. 532 of the rewhose to and Dixie this of groups, notice, months aftei the first publication Surprise an; it killed Sampson it is fast playing of the County Recorder of Washington Dag-consider- the said Executrix at the office of Francis been sale has cent creating for the chances Roosevelts with havoc The notice of location of the Utah County. the the same being The claims are the tt in the City of. St. George, claim is of record in Book "X p. 229 of the reEssaid the of business of the transaction for presidency and. now Funston, the lat- able excitement. place cords of the County Recorder of Washington tate in the sa.d County of Washington. est hero; by- the: accomplishment of a property of A. B Harris, Brig Jarvis, unCounty, who is we mining recorder of Chisholm Mr. has, Dated at St. George. May 8th, 1901. teat which should bring him the respect and others. The nearest District. Susan B. Harris, Executrix Tutsagubet Miniug an interest locations known the and gratitude of the American people derstand, already acquired Apex .the Last being Adams deceased in the claims and has an option on the of Last Will of Orson B. for 4329. No. butt the Chance, becomes survey Execetrix. AteWspapsTluded, con- F. I,. Daggett, Attorney I direct that this notice be published in the af ridicule. Will he meet the- fate o remainder. Indications point to 11. Last, June I, Dixie Falcon published weekly at St . George First May done publication work being his illustrious, predecessors; perhaps siderable development the newspaper nearest said mining Utah, shut. It is there soon. . aot if he keeps his mouth claims, for the period of nine weeks. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Frank D. Hobbs, Register. as bard foc a hero, if he is inclined to Grant H. Smith, Attorney Land Office at Salt Lake City, Utah, work his jaw; to keep the- admiration Exercises. First 1901. publication Aprrl 20, i901. Dedicatory 8, May af the people as-if- is. for at young ladv Last publication June 15, 1901. dedthe that is following be will church given Notice hereby The Presbyterian who insists upon the same practice- settler has filed notice of his intention to icated Sunday, May 12, at 11 A. M. Al- named final make pruof in support of his claim, and so evening services at 8 P. M. Sab- tliaJ said proof will be made before the County About a month ago we reduced the bath School at the usual hour, 3 P. M. Clerk of Washington County, Utah, at St. George, Utah, on June 22, 1901, viz: price of the Falcon from $2 to $1.50 All are cordially invited to attend. IIYRUM C. JACOBSON. per yeas expect tag: thereby to greatly Hd 12304 for the S SW4 SWM SE!4 sec. 12 swell oue subscription- list, but enough NWM NEM sec. 13, Tp. 39 S, R 16 W S. L. M. For Infants and Children, He names the following witnesses to prove Exposition openThe new subscriptions have not been; his continuous residence upon and cultivation The Kind You Haye Always Bought to justify the reductions ia price ed at Buffalo, N. Y. May 1st. of Said land, viz; Jeter Snow, R. B. Gardner, and the first of June-i- t w.iH be ad vane Bears the on Reuben Gardner, and James Jacobson, all of the Florida in A fire Jacksonville, ad. again te the- figim! price. Those Utah. Pine Valley, of worth prop3rd destroyed $15,000,000 Signature of Frank D. Hobbs, Register. wishing to take advantage of the reduchomeand 15,000people l$ft nearly L. H. Gray, Attorney. ed price should, renew their subscrip- erty less. irst May 11. Last, June Ji Publication, I tion. at once,. - gold-wing- - - ed Pay--mast- e . - the-stree- t e e. Fi-o- - - - - Dis-ta-i- g - - - . c CASTORIA - re-eeiy- ed Pan-Americ- an - !