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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 19 March 1896

01 SSSFmmni l ' in" Sister Mary L. Judd said she knows that religious culture is as jaeceasary as it is to cultivate our Eelves for the temporal duties of life. Levi Syphus, of- Panaca Baid the little study he had made of the KTospel had beeu a great benefit to Kim and knew that this life was not Khe beginning of our existence, but Ere had an existence before we came here, but what we had learn Kd there was withheld from us, but what we learn here will be ad Bded to that which we had before. Eoyal Gardner has been a worfc Kr in the Mutual Improvement As Hgociafton and knew that it is fiom this class of men that many are called to hold responsible positions. It is necessary that we should study the principles of the Gospel. B 'Edwin I). Woolley was thankful to have the privilege to speak to Hbhe youth of the Latter-day Saints, and they are here to learn their duties and there is no place where we can learn the ways of the Lord and our duties so well as at meet mgs of this kind. It is...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 19 March 1896

kJm i HunSE Huffi '' wa all right. Ono evening after ,7 ''' thithe cabin passengers sent a BHI I request for some of the elders to HH oome into the cabin and sing some BBg i of oar hymns. Elders Cannon wSBt $ and Hawkins boing Jhe only sing IB jr ,ers in our company, went and sang, HjE ;' after which, the captain sent us WMM tome bottles of splendid wine with D ' :M compliments, and on Sundiy, H ', December 1, by request Of the cap H. tain, we held a meeting on deok, H and on the following Sunday elder 9'' ,' dark preached. Elder Hawkins HB' and myself bore testimoney to the, Wmk - truth. The captain and crew seem HH. ' ed to be much interested in what BH , wo had to say. HV n Thursday, December 12. At 11 Mf i ' a. m. to-day we dropped anchor at H, l at Honolulu, the Oapitol of the B' l Hawaian Islands. We went ashore HB' f and going to the custom House we H M got our permits, after which, we H went to a temperance Hotel and Bj ' partook of refreshments. We hired BtVfl a small room ...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 26 March 1896

ii B THE UNION. II ' 'bbsBSbbbI "FROM THE LITTLE ACORN GROWS THE MASSIVE OAK." : ' flfl ,Yo1- 9- St- Ge0rg Washington Co., Utah, Thursday, March 26, 1896. " No. 15. BI a ,-w - '"""""' ' - - - - - bbbbbbBBBbBH PROFESSIONAL CARDS. 1 FREDEREG CLIFT, LL. D.f evere Hoose, St- George, Utah. IE, Foster, George B. Lund. I Foster & Lund, AttorxieyisDat"Ijaxvy Br. George and Beaver, Utah. HannMi ii ' - ...... o.wj m 1 I II-. I II M J I DO YOUR DUTY. fl -iY GA8KELL, BW y not dm , up and doing. Bis the watchword and the cry; Brward, forward, never falter, Do not from your labor lly. life's troubles overtake you, Do not pine in idle grief; Bp and doing and employment, Soon or late, will bring relief. ) not halt when others pass you, B On the highway of this life ; Be you worthy? is the question, Brhat should strengthen you in strife, fl) and doing, let not sorrow, HCake all energy away ; flok but harder in your trouble, Biicl will come another day. He's true heroes are its workers, fl'Tot th...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 26 March 1896

W y t W -'.- . 5 IB ' iTH,u.. " . ,. - a I THE UNION; W', . Published every Thursday at M ' ' f St .George, Washington Co., Utah, jar b,v ' .' ' EDITOR fc PllOPltlETOB. ImciW; : TERMS IN ADVANCE. .'tB .Otie copy, onoyear, 'oS" ; g one copy, six months,, ,, ; ,; One copy; three months, , & '-? ' ': JSTLocal notices in reading type, ten iM cents a line, each insertion. W ' fiOTNotices of articles lost or fonn.d, fJi con&istiripj of five Hues or lesi, will be in- ' . , sertcd lor our subscribers, free of cmrge. jjJI IJlatds of othel' advertising famished Wm ;' f i application. ' jft' ErWc respcotfullv request that eon- i''9, tributore will hand in the goneml read- jJH . Ing matter that they desire to appear in (iijjnL the ensuing issue, not later than Wed- "H" nesday morning, and loeaj items not later $B' ' tium rid,iy cvonIns of lch weuk ;'j' t Addrees all commnnfeations to M ' .;" THE UNION, B' 0X.512, ST. GEORGE, FW '" Washington Co., ' UTAXL B?H . Thursday, March 26, 1896. ...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 26 March 1896

T I ness men will have extended it I their support, by subscribing for and advertising in its pages and I thereby help sustain their Home Taper. The Union has come fo I stay and needs your support, so gentlemen send in your advertise- ments and subscriptions, and give m the Union a good word whenever K the opportunity is presented, as I it is the true friend of Dixie. I TaniL I The Union. k --i " ""'2 323 ST. GEORGE POST OFFICE. H The mail from the north arrives every day except B Tuesday. H The mail from Pine Valley and the South arrives every Tuesday and Saturday and leaves on Mon K day and Friday. f The office is open from 7 a. m. to 7 p. m. every K day except Sundays and holidays when it is open K from 4 to 5 p.m. ' Money order and Registry department open from K 8 a. m, to 5 p. m. If JOHN PYMM, Postmaster. B Thursday, March 26, 1896. I The bill -fco prohibit any state or county or city officials from accept- H ing free passes on railroads, etc., B: was killed. The House could n...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 26 March 1896

HHHufflSPlHr !The next day we called on the American consul and through him we got an introduction to the gov ernor of the Island, who was a half breod, his father being an Englishman and his mother a HS f , native lady of the Island. We Rfl -J told the doverner that we were H "1 ' missionaries and anxious to learn ES the native language and preach to H( t the people. Ho said if wo did H J learn the lunguage and preach to H' ' thepepplo.it would be hard to get BR 'p . the Natives out of thoir old belief HI and traditions, for the missionaries H 'jl had been there for years and still I the Natives retained their old tra ditions and notions. We asked him, what kind of traditions? He replied that that would be a long story to tell, and said that the Natives believed that the Islands were born of a woman, but could not tell who she was, where she is nor where she came from. , Elder Cannon gave the governor t one of 0. Pratt's pamphlets on the HU J coming forth of the Book of Mor- H mon....

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 2 April 1896

, JMHHMHBHBHBBRHiiBIHIHHRBMHHIHHI tHE:4UNIQNil ,&. ) - j .?..., : 9HH , t , . Ls , ,v .. s ; , ;F4 r H y' ' "FkOMTHE WTTLE ACORN GROWS Til MASSIVE OAK.'t . -t V .'Vv.V, ? I fH WS' ''; " St. Gfearge, Wa8hinst6if Co, Utah, Thursday, April 2, 1896. No: 16: V il PROFESSIONAL CARDS. fbederic clift, ll. d., H House. ST- GEORGE, UTAH. Foster, Georgo R. Lund, Foster & Lund, Hieorqe and Beaver, Utah. Ik " M .lliMMIIIWBBn-WIIIBMIlWIMIllllllMBIIIIWIIMMM lllll ! l iH -. i -I I. LMif " if! " cem Seed for saleatthe store ichard Morris. ; 0. Cpupbifo wanted at tlie Bu office, on subscription. , e are informed the Eailrojid Beyers- have commenced work, ing south from Milf ord, Utah, re, andihe whistle will be rig next. tatoes for Sale at; Booth's'store ..25 per one hundred pounds. w about .Dixie now? We p had a curious winter, all rgh, and wheh we thdught we ppring, it lasted but a few days, t has been sudden changes all igh March, varying from down up to 87in 30 hours, the 31 st we had ice...

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

R "fliE UNION. IH . -a V; Published every Thunday at til ' .St. George, Washington C)o., Utah, m ' '.' by lli . . ' EDITOR & PBOPlillfil'OB. M ' -..- TERMS IN ADVANCE. 112 '" One copy, one year, $1 50. i , One copy, six months, .80 InJL One copy, three months, .45. mm f ' ' iliarLocil notices in reading type-, ten I'll cents a line, each insertion. Wm 4 GSfNotices of articles lost or found, um , consisting of five lines or less, will be in- WM . sorted tor our subscribers, free of charge. fflf SOTIiates of other advertleing furnished Hffl on application. Km C3We respectfully request that oon- WM tributors will hand, in the gonenil rwul- Wm . in mjlt0L' that tny desire to appear in Mm the ensuing issue, not later than Wed- Wm ncsday morhing, and local items not later WM than Friday evening, of each week. Address all communications to'. I'lB- ' ' THE UNION, if? L Box 512, ST. GEORGE 11 ' ' , Washington-Co., UTAH. I J v.' Thursday, April 2, 1896. . Itfpt ,V5 The News and the Herald...

Publication Title: Union, The
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Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 2 April 1896

i The Union. ST. GEORGE POST OFFICE. The mail from the north arrives every day except Tlie mail from Pine Valley and the South arrives every Tuesday and Saturday and leaves on Mon day and Friday. The office is ouen from 7 a. m. to 7 p. m. every day except Sundays ana holidays when it is open from 4 t S P " . . . Money order and Registry department open from 3 a. m. to p; m. JOHN PYMM, Postmaster. Thursday, April 2, 1896. Nun flay ServSc, Sunday, March 29, 1896. Presfc. D. D. Me Arthur, presiding. Choir sang hymn on page 29. Prayer by George- Woodward. Choir sang hymn otf-page 33. Sacrament administered by 4th TT ard. Harmon Hafen said I realize the responsibility jesting upon an elder when standing up to address the Latter-day Saints. It is quite different stan&in g ofore those who have embraced the ospel and those who have not. i ' 3 relized that the saints can ast t those who arise to speak, by gi ng them their faith and prayers, for God will ac cept us and answer our prayers,...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 2 April 1896

Hr I H 'i iffl '. US1 J H'iW mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmtmmmmmmMMimmtmmiammmtemmmt H a yolitii'8 experience. H! ODntlnuefl, H M "We had 4 strong faith in the or- H dinances of the gospel, and would I, J , liold our meetings at one place J one sabbath and at another place mm another sabbath, which was six Mf ' miles a,way, and both males ancffe- M males would walk that six miles Mm efcch way; in a day, hold meeting I M and return, dinging praises to God. K We had implicit confidance in mm each other and the love o the mm gospel that was m our hearts was IJf such that it was no hardship to us MM to share our scanty homes and pro- Mm visions with the servants of God. mM. Many timesl have seen three or four mm desire the elders to go with them, KB .and I knew they did not have V5 enough in their house to make MM them comfortable, but they were mm Jwilling to share what little they KB had and would spend half the night Mm in listening to the elders talk on B9 the principles of the gospel and MM we 2...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 9 April 1896

-THE UNION. I I " "FRQM THE' "- ACQRN.GWS THE MAS8TVB OAK." ' ' -' . jj B VaZlT St. George, Washington Co., Utah, Thursday. Anvil fl, 1mm No. 17. ' f ' H I PROFESSIONAL CARDS. I FREDERIC OLIFT, LL. D., HRivere House, ST- GEORGE, UTAH ). H, Foster, George R. Lund. Foster & Lund, St. George and Reaver, Utah,. H , n WIH ' 1 IIIIMI IIIITII1II fill b H We have received from an Insur Bmco company in the east, their Financial report for the year 1896. "heir total assets are 174, 79 J, -'90.54, with a surplus of $24,038, ''77.89. v Tfe consider a reliable Insurance jMompany a good thing, and if they 1S?ould advertise in the Union they &Bpight find a number of patrons in 4Hhis vicinity. ll Fire. As we go to pi?ess we .learn' ;Bhat the Smelter is again on fire ; (Wild this time it lias done consider- jjfcle dam&ge, burning - ujp one of Bhe buildings and surroundings, :8Bnd the other building has been -More to pieces to save what they kn Ml it.A we have not learned what :Bhe estima...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 9 April 1896

mm I If THE UNION. 1 Published every Thursday at H I St' George, Washington Co., Utah, Klj - BY Hrftfi EDITOR & PROPBIETOB. TEEMS IN ADVANCE. H 1 0no copy, one year, $1.50. One copy, six mouths. .80. One copy, three months; .i&. I RATES OF ADVZhtiQKHGt. Bigf I week; i month: 6 months; one year. ji One inch, $i.oo. $.75. $8.00. $12.00. BM H column, 2.75. 5.50. 1300. 19.50. BM i& celumn, .oo. 10.50. 19.50. 29.00. Bin , " 1 column. 8.75. 17.00. 30.00, . 45.00. mm i3T"Local notices in reading typo, ton BI cfents a line, each insertion. MM Mi - laTNotlcee ' of articles lost or found, 1 M consisting of five lines or less, will be ih- Bikf ieyted for our subscribers, free of charge. HEU KlTtatQS of other advertising furnished B On application. E 'i3"We respectfully request that con- tributors will hand in the general read- 1 Jng matter that they desire to appear in BB$ the ensuing issue, not later than Wed- BJ rie&day morning, and local items, not later Eml than TOflay ' ev...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 9 April 1896

t f .Sg Ipping. This. game can be ob Jtd in considerable quantities WmSn the plains and. on the deserts of m' the Great Basin, and may be pro I fitably shipped to Eastren markets I to the mutai benefit of the farmers I and consumer." - ' " '""' -in IMI MrUaWJI 1M. I ' The Union. I ST. GEORGE POST OFFICE. The mail from the north arrives every day except H Tuesday. H The mail from Pine Valley and the South arrives B every Tuesday and Saturday and leaves on Mon-, davnnd Friday. The office is open from 7 a. m. to 7 p. m., every H day except Sundays and holidays when it is open B from 4 to 5 n. m. B Money order and Registry department open from B 8 a. m, to 5 p. m. B JOHN- PYMM. Postmaster. I Thursday, April 9, 1896. B ,,,,-.-,, will i i I . Sunday Sefvtces- I At it. George Tabernacle. I April 5th, 1896. I Charles Smith presiding. " I Choir sang hymn on page 263. I Prayer byB. G. Woolley. I Choir sang hymn on page 119. I Bobert C. Lund spoke at length m aM gave an account of his travels ...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 9 April 1896

HI . I A TOUTtfS EXPERIENCE, 1 '1 Continued. I; j XjXxcdei Rftfl ' To Willam and Rachel Atkln, on their departure kJI forAmerlca, February is, X855. H-Si Dear Comrade as you're going to leave H;f Ehd land where you was born, H J you'll leave your friends behind to grieve, Myself. I feel to mourn, - H u 7Tis true that you are joined to one, H M And now she is your bride ; H'SI And when that from this land you're HI gone, Hrfl May she be still your pride. H''J May the God of heaven bless you both Hv w,ith peace and prosperity m$m To dwell away on Amerca's coast Hi, - In love and unity Hjf Remember the time is drawing nigh HH 1 'When you must bid adieu wj ' To this your natiye country, Hff 'And those you love so true. H And when that you're far from this land, HL1 Pqrhups you'll think on mo: Hgi Ab long as I shall draw my breath HWt I will remqmber thee. p IS" ' rJ?hon fare thee well, my comrade dear, H . The truth to you I'll tell; Hk , The nations they begin to fear ;mj When mornohs ...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 16 April 1896

bhm B 'BiHB THE UNIONS I B iL- - , " . n ' "FROM THE LITTLE AOQRN GROWS THE MASSIVE OAK," "'""".". """'"".' j' H l-9-' St. George, Washington Co., Utah, Thursday, April 16, 1896. " NoTlT ' i B I PROFESSIONAL CARDS. I FREDERIC CUFT, I.L D., BtvtM Housk. St. George, Utah H.H, Foster, George R. Lund. I Foster & Lund, I A.ttoirat.03ret",Xj74, Bt. George and Beaver, Utah. 'I A Copper Pick. The other day Bumnel L. Adams showed us a rail mad pick made out of Native Copper, .Biade by himself and it is a beauti m piece of workmanship. WA NEW MINE. S. L. Adams IBm have just added another pine iV e orm9r number, that will be Bble to supply freight when a rail IBmtlis run hem The ere is main B copper, but it also contains a iBnall per cent of silver and gold, (B A fair sample of the ore .can be Ben at pur office. This is to certify that on May SfBth, I walked to Melick's drug Bore on a pair of crutches -and Bought a bottle of; Chamberlain's -0in Balm for inflammatory :gBeumatism which had c...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 16 April 1896

H li I THE UNION. f J Published every Thursday at a. K St George, 'Washington Oo., Utah, B -TV.-; : -- .BY 'H . EDITOR & PBOFltlKJH B' One copy, oe year, $1.50.. 8ne copy, six months, .80. www n copy, three, months, . v --. a 45 Krai x week; i month-: G months; o.-. year,. Hm One inch, $i.oo. $3.75, '$S.oo. $13.00. IH H column, 3.75. 5.50. 1300. 19.50. Iff 5in, ' icpoq "10.50. wso. pp.oo. Kjjra fMta$' 87;,i ' ,l1'', 2i? 45.00. B9h ISPLocfd notices in reading typo, ton Kh cents a line, each liiBertion. 191 SarNotices at articles lost pr, found, MPI consisting onye tfne'd or lens, will be in- Hal erted lor ourTsubBcriberfl, free of charge law taTRatesof other advertising furnished lf on application.. 1 3B BSVyq respectfully request-that con- MB tribiicws will hand in tlie general read- M injmattcr tftdtf tWe'y desire to appear, in W the enduing issue, Jnot Inter than Wed- JR nesdny morning, and loeal items not later ' thau Friday evening, of each week. fl Addreed all commnnfeation...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 16 April 1896

H I The ITMsn.; I ST. GEORGE POST OFFICE. H thetiiUilfrdinHhci north arrives- cvery.day except B ' Thtf mail from Pine Valley and the South arrives eVery Tuesday find Saturday, and leaves on Mon- davjmd Friday. The office is open from 7 a. m. to 7 p. m. every jay except Sundays and holidays when it is open K from 4 to 5 p.m. . t , Money order and Registry department open from H S a. m. to 5 p. in. JOltN FYMM, Postmaster. Thursday, April 16, 1896. I Smsi-Jay Services. I At tft. Gorge TaDernacls. I Sunday April 12, 1896. I ' D. D. Mc Arthur presiding. I ' After fli9 usual preliminaries I Prest. I). P. McArthur said in I substance, -I am pleased to see so I many of you here this afternoon to hear what we have to say about I our general conf erance. We had a I yery good conferance. Nothing I particular new was given, but we I had very good teaching by the I speakers and a very good spirit I was manifest all through the con- ferance. There was a large turn-, t ' out 6f the people, the Ta...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 16 April 1896

Xi It K- t THE TEXAS RANGER, IJR Come all you Texas rangers, Rf Wherever you may be, Mm Come on my jolly rovers i , M , And listen unto me . mm My name is nothing extra, ? 19 The tru.th to you I'll tell, . V IS Tr m a Texas ranger, " ( VjR And I wish you all as well . , ;t j t it was at the age of sixteen, ' ' I joined this Jolly band, i '- 19! We' marched from San Aqtonia ?1 f All down the Rio Grande . mm Our captain he informed us- wM, Perhaps he thought it right- H '"Before we reach our station, IS Brave boys yod'll have to fight . " Mm We saw the Indians coming, HI , We heard them give ayell, ji My feelings at that moment fjfl No human tongue could tell, . jE I thought of my dear mother, , jfl Whoso tears to me did say, S '"My boy, they all are strangers, " tS, At home you'd better stay.,k - V IS But'she being old, and childish, f IjE ' I thought she didn't know HN What it was to be a ranger, , fc, im So a ranger I did go. t . -; , ill We saw the dust arising, Ijffflf It nearly ...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 23 April 1896

tmr ' sl lj su1 . I v I TyT' III aL A M A I' m I w W l m, ' '"wH I '! ... --.,. ,.'' ''" " ' Pli w -li 2T" ' "HE Lmcre MASStyE nAK;, . ' H lj J ' St- George, Washington Co., Utah, Thursday, April 23, 1896. No, 19, ' 1 j .; f I PROFESSIONAL CARDS. I FREDERIC CLIFT, LL. D.', aLttorx3LO-7',a,-t"Xjia.--s:-, I Revere House. ST GEORGE, UTAH B O.D, Foster, George R. Lund. I Foster & Lund, I Attorxty"5;t""X-aiV . I st. George ano Beaver, Utah. , , i ii an ii-m in " I $a F'OJFS. $i.so. I By special arrangements we are I enabled to furnish to subscribers I who pay the cash in advance, either I the Farm News, or WIorvVNKTtD . I with the Union, one year, for only I $1.50 the price of the Union alone. I The Farm News is a 16 page, month -I ly farm paper, .published monthly, I at 50 cents a year and Womankind is a 20 page periodical, monthly, al- so 50 cents per year, and we give, all I subscribers who will pay us one dol I lar and fifty cents in cash for the Union, their choice of the- two I...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 23 April 1896

III I THE UNION. Published every Thursday at , S& George, Washington Co., Utah, EDITOR ti PBOPIilETOB. TERMS IH ADVA2CE. Qne copy, one year. l,52' One copy, six months, 80. One copy, three months, 45. BATES OF ADVERTISING. ' ; i week; i month: 6 months; or.e Year. One inch, $1.00. $2.75. $8.00. $12.00. 'column, 3.75. S-So- W' l9-50' column, 5.00. 10.50. 19.50. 29.00. j coluran S.75. 17.0b. 30.00. 45.00. Borijocal notices in reading type, ten cents a line, each insertion. ftSTNotices of articles lost or found, consisting of five lines or less, will be in serted for our subscribers, free of charge. 'flO-Ratos of, other advertising furnished yOp. application. ( ETWg respectfully request th.it con tributors will hand in the general read ing matter that they deBire to appear in the Ensuing issue, not later than Wed nesday morning, and local items not later than Friday evening, of each week. K, Address all commnnf cations to TH UNION, Box 512, ST. GEORGE, Washington Co., UTAH. Entered...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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