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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 8 February 1896

sssB I ssV H rpZES T73KTX03KT. B ST. GEORGE POST OFFICE. K The mail from the north arrives every day except Tucsday . H The mail from Pine Valley and the South arrives Bevcry Tuesday and Saturday and leaves on Mon- day and Friday. B The office is open from a. m. to 7 p. m. every day except Sundays and holidays when it is open Hfrom 4 to 5 p. m. H Money order and Registry department open from 6 a. m, to 5 p. m. V JOHN PYMM, Toslmaster. H Saturday, February 8, 1896. Haiollie had a little rum as black as a rub- H ber shoe, ' B And ever3T where that Mollie went he em- K i grated too. Bile went wilh her to church one day the H folks hilarioua grew' B To see him walk demurely into Deacon B Allen's pew. B The worthy Deacon quickly let his angry B passions rise, B And gave him an unchristian kick be- B tween his dark hrown eyes. B This landed ram my in the aisle; the Dea- B con followed fast, B And raised his foot again: .Alas that B first kick was his last. For Mr. Sheep walked slowly back...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 8 February 1896

H . The Union. DISTRICT COURT. FIFTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT. Hi &oc6nd Day, Fob, 4, H ' Concluded from second page. H Court called to order at 10 a. m. B Minutes of previous session read l 'by county clerk Seth A. P ymn and M , approved by the Judge. The com- m mittae appointed to examine ap- (l plicantsfor official reporter sub- B . mitted a report as follows: that they H mot in accordance with the order H of the court.' Mr W. L. Cook be- H . ing the only applicant present, H' after careful examination, found H him to possess every qualification m I ' required to the position. Where- m upon the court by the power in- M t ' vested in them appointed the said ' W. L. Cook reporter of this Fifth H,( ( Judicial District, until otherwise H ! provided by said Court. H! j 'the case of Woolley, Lund & Hi Judd vs H. T. Atkin, being called, H v . the plaintiffs were represented by Hl:! J. W. Christian, Jno. W. Johnston HI jft and George It. Lund, and defend Hi!,! an by 0, H. Foster and Doc...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 15 February 1896

B bB H 1HHH I I H tu UNION . j I 1 ' " - - - - -- fc ft B g II I . ! I. .. . I .... . , ' W-..II.. I , 1.. 1, fc III II . II II Hl J . " "FKOMTHELITTLE ACORN GROWS THE MASSIVE OAK." """ ' J I 9B B . - ' , ,lfej ,d BB Voi St. George, Washington Co., Utah, Saturday, February 15, 1896. No 10 H MiMjin,mimT;',fr"i'T'"''""""" iiiiiiiiiiiii in Him 1 ii 11 ii.n urn iiin im t TL-..a!ji"iii iiwi 11 1 " r-iiiiiwiiiwiT debts never outlawed. Hive been thinking of Jate of the curious B wnj'B Blmt the Vorld lias adopted, and uses B now'duys; Bind how dlfPrentMt is to the old days j agone jByheii true merit reciv'd the reward that Bf it won, By hen honor and virtue over-power'd all B fraud, BLnd debts that were honest we rse never B outlawed. iBtut men novv-a-days, with all-seeming m good grace, mx the stores and elsewhere deal by"run- lm ning their face;" :Bvith tongues sugar-coated, and prom- m ises fair, 'hey ole the dealer to obtain his ware, Vheu for two years they manage, by ?B scheming or fr...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 15 February 1896

I THE UNION. H PUbljphed every Saturday at B St. George, Washington Co., Utah, H BY B EDITOB ii PROPRIETOR. H TEftMS IN ADVANCE!. M One copy, one year, $L50. , One copy, sJx months . ' On copy, three months, &. i fi-Locaf notices in reading type, ten H , wuts a line, each insertion. Hi ft-Notlces of articles lost or found, onhistinK of five lines or less, will bo in- ' aertfid lor our subscribers, free of charge. B1' fearrtates of other advertising furnished K' o application. IK JSpWe respectfully request that con Ms' tributors will hand in the general rcud- ' iiiff mutter that they deslrp to appear in the ensuing issue, not later than Wed ' ' nesday morning, and local items not later '', J than Friday evening, of each week. Hi Address all commnnfcatlons to THE UNION, '' BOX 512, ST. GEORGE, '1 Washington Co., UTAff. K: if Saturday, February 15, 1896. Hi ;i , i Li,i .,i.iM.,..i,niiiiiMi ...ii.ii.iiiiiirronwieaanpMMmw Hj'J-y T3ao Buco Tar oiT fl tlxe TKToarfLcaL- ' B One third o ...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 15 February 1896

pagers' 0"3!T3C02J, B ST. GEORGE POST OFFICE. H The mail from the north arrives every day except B Tuesday. B The mail froni Pine Valley and the tfouth arrives B every Tuesday aiid Saturday Imd leaves on Mon-" B dav and Friday. f B The office is oiu'n from 7 a m. to 7 p. m.. everv B day except Sundays ami holidays-whim Jt is' open B from 4 to 5 n..m. B Money oi'der and Jieiristry department open from B 8 a. m. to 5 p, m. B jOHtf PYMM. Postmaster. fl Saturday, Fem'uary 15, 1896. B Our'oliraate being well adapted fl 1o tlie growth of beautiful flowers, fl we think it not amiss to give our fl readers a few illustrations this B week, as we desire to encourage I the growth of natures beauties, B and nowis the lime to prepare for I' planting the seeds. fl Araaranthus Caudnaus. B Sunrise." Tricolor. fl The Amaranthus family embraces B numerous plants, valuable for the B beauty of their foliage, many of fl the varieties having Jiandsomely B formed and highly colored leaves, fl as shown in t...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 15 February 1896

fey iJk ' HaH. iw miiigggg I "" Ths Union. Saturday, February 15, 1896. H A YOUTH'S EXPKIUB.VOK. H Chntltuiwl. H 'forerunner of the Savior, and that Peter, James and John the Apost- l les of Jesus had also appeared ' to the same young man and re- ' stored also the Apostleship with H ' fnll power to- officiate in all the H Ordinances of the Gospel and that H.. this man had Ordained others to Hr ' this same priesthood and given V ' them power and authority to carry H' this glad message to all mankind H and that he had received the H Aaronic priesthood with authority. H to preach the Gospel and to Bftp- i tize the people ,and this was the H? message that ho was there to bear, H;; 1 and he hopecl we would receive it HL 'I with gladness." WM'1 4 This set me to thinking. A few H fj ' weeks after he came again and H.V; there was another man with him HI) ' Oharles "Welsh, by name, who now li lives in Ogden, Utah, who held Hlj!;J tnQ Melchesadic priesthood; and HH he declared the same things...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 22 February 1896

I ! aH H H H B l B H K H H i H B H - H Bafl THE UNION,' I H i - - '' v, ' I 1 "FROM THE LITTLE ACORN GROWS THE MASSIVE OAK." ' . )' H Iff0- 9- St. George, Washington Co., Utah, Saturday, February 22, 1896. No. 11. " ,. ; I iPRING IS ALMOST B Hero MyXZoueyi I And the birds are numer ous among the Mesquit and Kreaswood, singing their fcweet songs of spring, bring ing joy and merriment to the fcay, striving to drive away Rhe gloom and ennui caused by the Spring Fever and that Torpid Liver, yet there s still" something lacking in order to tone up the blood pind system and give that bloom to the cheek, that all are so desirous of procuring; Kind the article wthat will .dp .his the quickest is the He ' I mm GEORGE unib8;! taken once each weekta cording to directions. The? cost of ihis article is nominal being only one dollar and fifty cents per year in "ad vance, and can be procured of Joseph W. Carpenter.; I Editor & Proprietor, I St. "George, Bqx 512. Utah. .- , . , , - I -ttBTfcY l...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 22 February 1896

Hi 3 k "'''' m IIMWMnMW I THE UNION. H I Publithod every Saturday at H ii George, Washington Co., Utah, H H, ,; EDITOR & PBOPBIBTOB. TERMS IH ADVANCE. I Dno copy, one year. $ V One copy, six months, J". m ' (Joe copy, three months, J , ,arLocal notices in reading type, ton , pents a line, each insertion. ; laTNotices of articles lost or found, ' . insisting of five lines or less, will bo in K I lerted for our subscribers, free of charge. ;: ISTKatofl of other advertising furnished K an application. mA B3pWe respectfully request that con- m I i tributors will hand in the general read- m I . ing matter that they desire to appear in ' t tho ensuing issue, not later than Wecl- K , nesday morning, and local items not later MV I lhan Friday evening, of each week. f J Address ajl co'mmnnfcatlons to THE UNION, IJH ' oxM2 ' ST. GEORGE, Br J Washington Co., UTAH. SI Saturday, FeDruary 22, 1896. if jS Ifel'il The senate substitute for the Iff I . house bond bill, if it could only Bjn'i! ' ...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 22 February 1896

ss j "ww the uni o nT H ST. GEORGE POST OFFICE. ' H Tlie mail from flip north, arf lyes every dayi except Mt Tuesday. BJ The mail from Pine Valley and the South arrives H every Tuesday and Saturday and leaves on Mon- H 4ay,an&Ftfdiy . ' ... BBS The office is operi from j a. m. to 7 p. m. every H day except Sundays and holidays when it is open pBS from 4 to 5 P,m H Mbrfey ortiernd Registry department open from BBJ 8 a. m, to 5 p.m. m JOHN PYMM, Postmaster. BBS '"' '. '"!; fl Satui'day, February 22, 1896. I POISON IVY VIRGINIA CREEPER. B As many do not know the dif- B ference between Poison Ivy and B "Virginia Creeper, wei herewith fl give the illustrations of both, taken fl from Vick's Magazine. H Any one by a little care' cari cjis- B tinguish those plants. The; Poison fl Ivy has, three leaflets, whiohlare B thin, light-green, and'viiljo B gloss, while the veining is not B conspicuous. ,t fl The Ampelopsis has five leaflets, fl of a darker green than the Poison B I"vy- with very...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 22 February 1896

Br if' THE UNION. pm W Saturday, Pefcruary 22, 1896. BSM MMklpB XkOOAIi tfco. P&JJ ranging in price from $2.50 to $5 HkI Per Pa which cannot be teat in flfljg this world or in the land of Cali- HSnh fojrnia, for wear. Call and see Waim ihem. BXBhhBI ' ' HHfl1 (if Improvement atom to bo tho order of EH ' ' the day. David H. Morris is having a flafl. ' ,nico porch addod to tbo north side of Hfl ' tho west room of his residence . bjmbj, s MflMi Mayor E M. Brown has put up a new & -; iince on the south side of his city lot, HH where he lives. HHj Atsustus P. Hardy is onoiosing the SggBL, u flouthwent portion of bis city lot with a BB. . eat fence and making other improve- HBfls ' merits, HraB 7 '$ -- Ggfl ; Wo called into Pickett & Snow's the fiH:' 3 other day to see wha.t they wero dolnp, BHH;iJ and found Mr. EL Plckmt packing up a HRHv'Kf supply of cfiln trimmings. He showed Bfll M ns a plate that is called ' Mormon Plate" HHH" J which was very neat, havinc: the all see- H...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 29 February 1896

H 'i 'WWW I THE UNION. I B " ' ' . . . &' K fll 9 ' "FROM THE LITTLE AOORN, GROWS THE MASSIVE OAK." ' " fij. H IB , B YoL- 9' St. George, Washington Co., Utah, Saturday, February 29, 1896. ' No. 12. j I B g3lia.:raLc3La.y Slonc-rxoo. H Sunday, Feby. 23, '96. H E. B. Snow presiding. B After the usual preliminaries jK were attended to John L. Smith Jr. B of Cassia Stake, Idaho, arose and m ?n susance said: There is a pleas :H ure in meeting with the saints H wherever we see them. Said this H was his first visit to this Southern H country. He had come to visit his "H family that reside here, and als'oi H do some work in the Temple. SaH H that settlements in the north hlB 'B ing only a few hundred inhabitaoH H have their saloons and their accoB H panying evils, but he was pleas jH nH to see nothing of the kind in SarM H George, and this speaks well, ii9 H deed, f or the people who live herB rAH This is a day when we, as a peoplS JM are in duty bound to look arounj H us and know who ...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 29 February 1896

wmM If J THE UNION. hB " Published every Saturday at Rf ) gfc. George, Washington Co., Utah, mMm$ ! by MHBHr ! EDITOB & PBOPBIETOB. TERMS IN ADVANCE. GgBS One copy, 0110 year. 19- HjjffigB One copy, sis months, ;. BjW. . one copy, three months, " NKHT nef-Local notices in reading type, ten HBBf '' ' eents a llDe' oacn ln8ertioa' HHS J : !3Notices of articles lost or found, HH. J consisting of five lines or less, will be in- HHR ; erted for our subscribers, free of charge. HHh j egrilatos of other advertising furnished Hflff' On application. fflH ' tf3pWo respectfully request that con- ni j tributors will hand in the general read-, IBS'' matter that they desire to appear in HH the ensuing issue, not later than Wed- HHr ' nostfay morning, and local items not later HH ,J j than Friday evening, of" each week. HH1 : t Address all commnnfeations to H. H THE UNION, Hg ; 10X512, T. GEORGE, Ht" I Washington Co., UTAH. jB'4J jj.1,," . . ' ' , " " ' - ' Wm'l Saturday, February 29, 1896. JB...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 29 February 1896

bbBbS BB -M- r . "" ; jn minds diseased and corrupted H to that degree which would sour H the mUk of human kindness in H new-born babes.- -The Advocate I Thz Union. H ST. GEORGE POST OFFICE. B The mail from the northurrives every day except BHj "Tuesday. HE The mail from Pine Valley and the South arrives w every Tuesday and Saturday and leaves on Mon Kf day and Friday. B - The office is open from 7 a. m. to f p. m. every K day except Sundays and holidays when it is open H from 4 to 5 p.m. BBS Money order and Registry department open from H $ a. m, to 5 p. m. JOHN PYMM, Postmaster. I Saturday, February 29, 1896. K i ' " ' - - '- - ii SHIBBOLETH OF EPHRAIM. , BAc i-i The Ephralm Enterprise claims B to have discovered that an unusual B number of missionaries is being B sent out of Utah by the. Mornion B church .this year and that from SO B to 90 per cent of them are demo- B crats. The San Pete journal B opines either that republican B church dignitaries are sending a- B way the democra...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 29 February 1896

hmm'' K : v H the" y ni i o n , HHV i Saturday, February 29, 1896. niBB miii Tiiin-i 1 1 jB' It is with regret that we chronicle HI' ' r the death of Yern Graef, of the BH Santa Olara, Utah, who passed RH' 4 4wav this morning, cause of death, B c so we are informed, being dropsy HE of the heart. m; j H Jr Miners, Prospectors, Sheep H " Herders, ..&c., for Heavy Nailed B h Shoes should, call at Booth's Store; IIIHm i . . ii i KJ John H. Pearce has a large HE'1'!' tfcantity Pe&ch Trees for sale K,'i Pt reasonable rates. Now is'the Hh4 time to make your purchases h,v r - BSISh if: Hi 'Por all land's of Garden Seeds, 1 ''" 8 o A. R. Whitehead & ; Son. H t( l Just received. Hjjf . Burges3 Brothers of Hj Pin Valley, Utah, desire H u your ordors for lumber and will Hyj -fill the same . at bed' rook pricos, Hiljl they now having a permit to go Lin ' 1 jfiMjM and out timber to be tnanu; H'liHHHHKred into lumber. Send in IKiliSEaiEorders immediately. . H y ! , HflnHHnnHH' n mS tJp...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 12 March 1896

I Wi I ! fl THE UNIOH. 1 s r H H "' ,', - - - - , . ."' ' ' "" ' '"" " ' m ""'"" i -- n fcii ii ii i i i ii i 1 1 "FROM THE LITTLE AOORN GROWS THE MASSIVE OAK." I ! fl 1 "Vol. 9. St. George, "Washington Co., Utah, Thursday, March 12, 1896. No. 13. J H I PROFESSJONAL CARDS. I FREDERIC GLIFT, LL D H ,ito:r:raL3rVfc:Ej,X7 fl Rsverc House, St. George, Utah. B O. n, Foster, George B. Lund. Foster & Lund, fl St. George and Beaver, Utah. fl To accomodate the Pine Valley fl and Southern mails we will here- fl after issue on Thursday instead of fl Saturday. fl Beautiful Flowers. For one fl, price mark from flower seed fl packet on seeds for sale at B. B Morris' Store, and six cents in fl postage stamps, you can get a fl picture, or book. He'll tell you fl how. B Yesterday we had a pleasant call from B: our old townsman Walter Granger, who B now lives at or near Enoch, (Iron Co.,4 B Utah, he is looking hale and hearty, but K complains that some one in this city., BL instead of helping the...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 12 March 1896

HM i THE UNION. R Publishod ivory Saturday at jjjjf gft George, Washington Co., Utah, STll ' ' BY TERMS EN ADVANCE. If One copy, one year, 1,52 K One copy, six months, $8 One copy, three months, "U jfi-Local notices in reading type, ton $M cents a line, each insertion. Wt tarNotices of articles lost or found, 1 qoufristing of five lines or less, will be in- tfl iertcd for our enbecribere, free of charge. pi TKates of other advertising furnished Km On application. SI ftpWe respectfully request tlmfc con Em tributors will hand in the general read pi in matter that they desire to appear in Jil , the ensuing issue, not later than Wed S ncsday morning, and local items not later I, than Friday evening, of each week. jlS Address all communications to M THE UNION, JW ox 512, ST. GEORGE, jj '- Washington Co., UTAH. iV ' ' Thursday, March 12, 1896. fiiS r"1" "' " , l r H' In another column will be found 111 a communication from the Quar- IB antine Physician that speaks for IJI itself. HI We b...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 12 March 1896

B m MwiiiiUiiiiwiiiiM'i'"'mJiw.wiiijkvymnn iwiiiimi., I The Union. H STrOEORGE, POST OFFICE. B- The mini from the north arrives every day except B Tuesday. , K The mail from T?me Valley and the South arrives B every Tuesday and Saturday and leaves on Mon H' day and Friday. B The office is open from 7 a. m. to 7 p. m. every B day except Sundays and holidays when it is Open fVbm 4to5 P,in' B Money order and Registry department open from B S a. m, to 5 p. m.. JOHN PYMM, Postmaster. H Thursday, March 12, 18196. B ' C0RRESP6HDENG& H (The following is verbatim et H literatim. Ed.) H To the Editor H St. George Union H No measles Referring to a no H tice in your last issue that you had H started one of your reporters out H on a tour of investigation & , after H diligent enquiry found that, "it H was a mistake about there being H measles at the residence of Hyrum H Biyson" your readers should know H that your reporter did not mahe H enquiry in the one quarter where H lie could have o...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 12 March 1896

mm i Hi i THE UNION. SB j Thursday, March 12, 1896. HbHh cess i . HB :j Sunday, March 8, '. H l ' Daniel D. JfeArttwtt presiding. Hb! Ohoir sang hymnon page 294, H( , All hail the glorious day.7' J , Prayer by Jamee Gr. Bleak. H i '! Ohoir sang hymn on page 259, Hi j '.'Guide us, oh, thou great Jeho- H'' vh." B The priesthood of the Second B j Ward administered the Sacrament. H 'lj Bichard Alexander Morris said le was pleased to meet with the H' -j j tfaints and knew that we often see Wm I things among the youth of this jH'p ,J people that wet. know we cannot ap- Wm A prove and he had often wondered Hf 4 1 whether the parents of these sons Bt"1 1 and daughters set such examples l jig before them as was of that nature HI'jl hat they would like the youth of )! this people to follow after. He n!;S knew that there is more rowdyism rjg among the youth than some are HftJ p willing to admit. H p George Miles said that he was Hf glad that he was worthy to be cail- Hj; ed upon to, say a few ...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 19 March 1896

I , I BB BBB1 BB flflfll I jr aH B - ,?'.. , i -H BB ; ' BBB1 THE U N 1 0 N . I B ; , '' . y V ,fl "FROM THE LITTLE AOOEN GROWS THE MASSIVE OAK." i '9 lVor" 9' Si GeorSe Washington Co., Utah, Thursday. March 19. 1 S9fi. . m 1 ji . j I K PROFESSIONAL CARDS. I FREDERIC GLIFT, LL. D Kvcre House. St. George, Utah. Bh, Foster, George 12. Lund. Foster & Lund, - m. George and Beaver, Utah. MflBflflWIiiTllfiMiTTii BlffnTMi ' Having but one Printing IriM B cannot do job work ancLijjH flr paper at the same tingflHfl Kve to print one page oBHH Hber at a time, and Tuesday SH fld Wednesday of each week we Bist reserve fori hat parpose, ergo flb respectfully request that all BptieB desiring job printing done, Bat they will arrange to get their Bleriinxo. they will-not -interfere Bkh our newspaper work. jH A Double Birthday. HEt so happens that our editor, Hseph W. Carpenter, and his JKher-in-law, Joseph H. Baridall, "re both born on Saint Patricks iBy, March 17, the former being fl and the la...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 19 March 1896

r 1 THE UNION. iB ' Published VeryYhupiday it ill ''- Si George, Washington O0.1 tTtah, ff ' BY mm '' t m Worn "TO Oacapoatxtoar, jyjf ' EDITOR & rBOPKIETOB. ffk ?TEM3IW ADVANCE!. 8ji.copy, bneyow. -'oR nc copy, nix months. oj. Iffll ' One copy, three niorAths, i teTLocAl notices in reading type, ten tm cmnlB 1Ine eactl In,sotlon '$W eroticea 'of articles lost or found, I " oni8ting of five lines or less, will, be in- iffl ' darted for our subscriber, free of charge. Bjl ' iSTRfttes of other advertising furnished IS ' PPllcation' Is EST Wo respectfully request that con- Wm fcibutors will hand in the general read- PSf, lng-matter .that they .deeirp. to appear in ftm tho ensuing issue, nofc later than Wed- Mw nesduy morning, and local items, not later f$H tJaa rlddy evening, of each Week. fM A.ddres all commhnfcatlons to ' THE UNION, , dn: , X0JC5J2, , ST. GEORGE, ' " , Washington C6., t UTAH. 13' ' ' ' ". ' Thursday, March 19, 1896. mi ,'" .PRIESTHOOD MEETING. ili'V , v..s Saturd...

Publication Title: Union, The
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