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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 28 November 1896

j -v Eg UNION. mwoe. post O FFIC. ofrom the iwrtli arrives every day except tok M;t m?ine Valley and the South arrives Edly ao Saturday and leaves on Mon- Bb5pnfini7.w. 7 !: every HjSiiyf and hoildws wtowi it is open I Jfci JgSstrJ department open from Wf' ' JOHN f VMM Postmaster, Ety, November 28, &S9& Bj ''i I J Date. Day- Niglit , I ' 22, 61, 2L J 1 23, 62, 25. t 1 24, 67, 36. 3 I 25, 57, -29. - I 26, 43, 9. . f. 27, 45, a f I SYNOPSIS OF Inlay Services.1 ljt, George Taftersaacls. Indoy, November -22, 189& ftp James Andrus presiding:. Br Uriah Butt said he was led Just 47 years ago today member in' the church of jus Christ of Latter-day land he has never regretted lias he well knows that by I gtlie commandments of la taught by thie people le&d us into the presence of fter in heaven. I; Charles Smith said that Jive here have cause to iclftat wer hrecveth'e privilege - Bog nd raising up our fam- thifi quiet little city among riwure seeking to -do the our Fathr who i...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 28 November 1896

H mi ( '' THE tf'MIO'H. Wt ', Saturday, Wqv, 28 1896.,' H h JMrs. Albert 0. Fawcett, ol thib H city, presented her husband with jH "" ft fine daughter, on Wednesday, aW .. November 25, 1896. , .h m t DD IH . 'GThe Dixi'e fruit famines'don't DH amount to much, foryou can get a J . gallon can of California. Pie JTruit,. mm for 60 cents, at Booth's S.tore.; ,. j H T.A nose sack was lost jjefcween IB St. George and Dameron Valley H ' and finder will oblige by leaving it E at J' -ft ootduvi'sortijhis IK l pffice! w j '-' ij ,--t ?; , IIS . , , .i jr. i i 1 1 ? liBB ' . - I !' 1 1 IflHS i'' h ) fSB Eggs wanted at Mrs. A. E. .rice!s., nwm v. - . , MBaa , 'm.; """'"" ' " '' ' lH Good, advice: $ever leave home jjflffi t on a journey without a bottle -of iS& . Chamberlain's Colic, cholera ffnd Hj Diarrhpea itemedy. For saile' by fVj 'John it. Michels, St. George Utah. MM3 . I' ' ' ' 111 . fffll "We -call f.the attention of- our M readers to the new '"advertisement Hfil , .. of the Oregon ...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 5 December 1896

l -f I y -fee IT. -A -l n tt ip l Zk J&. -JLJL jLj M:. 1 ! . I . ,. . -35T fl' H biwsse' Hl"'fW1ffylrarM3OTlwaMlnr'' whim iti t ' -" 1 PROFESSIONAL CARDS. Frederic Cllft, Li... D. John W:ird Christiau. I CHRISTIAN MB CLIFT, I St George' an3 Beaver, Utah. fl David f-L Morris, ! 'room PRiisfiouMfi attorney St. George, 01;alaL- 1 'wills: aw p. zhoz. I BEAVER, UTAH, 9 df-Will practice in all the courts of the State. S5-Gm tm . .I !.. I . I When you've struggled hard and long, ' B Anil trie, battle hns jrone wroiifr, IPb ,k no wolld f e:irts oppress you, m Like cool wnler from a f-prinir, fl Like a balm of south winds bring,. ' And the simple, "God bless you." IS Whou you'ro goirii far away, " Far from nil your love to stay, ,M And the parting pangs distress you,:' Like a sunbfaji in th' heart. . ' Though the clicking t!H s may start, I Are the simple-' woids, - ' 'God bless "" I you." . , . , ' I When your joy is full at last,." ".. ' ', 1 And the winds tC heaven caress you : 1 Then...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 5 December 1896

WFc, l I . Mi THE UNION. Wji Published every Saturday at KBtiJ Goorge, Washington Co., Utali, Ijflfi&j! EDITOR & PltUPMETUU. lamJ TERMS IN ADVANCE. IhjrII One copy, one your, $!' Will One copv, six montb. w IfHkttf Ouecory, tforne moaths, so. ; jPrV I RATES or ADVBSTIBISB. wHk, Ml i week; i month : 6 months or, year. ilJHl One inch, Si.oi. 52.75. S.oo. $ ijfflfttl'jj H column, a.75- 5-5 M00 0"5- $! 4 cohun'n, S.c. 10.5th 19.50- ' vflBmffl 1 column. S.7. 7'ffc .W? 4-' lflKf flSTLocal notices in rnadinj? "type ten HH G;utH a Hue , each inportfoii. 'Ww 2TWc ro&ppetftillr regupf tli.'it con- IBis trlbufora wHMKirul fn the 'jn unit reiul- flUl "fitter rlnit they jlwlr ib'apjtyar in fltPl the enmtittg.ificr'ftot hityv than Tttcs- fflSSI duy mqming,"jrml JoJ"i "s''J? not later Hjjj than Friday evening, ' each 'week. Brill Address all commnofcatrons to BM1 THE UNION, nnn ' mm BCHCB12, BT.EORGB. Is&jflSf yVasbiuKton Co., UTAH. BHeJvHn 1 I, 1 11 1 1 1 - " ' ' Wm! .Entered aft ...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 5 December 1896

fcS0E"Vo8TOFFI,CE. don the north arrives every day except '. ,.,. ViilleV ami the South arrives Ige JlmlV'turclii.V ntitl leaves on Mnn- 111(1 mu' from 7H ' l,' in: cvery Wljian'ihoHcUiyswlieti it is open If ,n',,i Reiristry department open from pI"' JOHN' l'YMM Posl master. H iniilHI1 " '" n"i",W w KL, December 0, 1896. fc it may concern Hio. Brigbam Jarvis feels of- EMu, the article inserted in the eorge Union" of Oct, 24, 1896 Jto him and nis surround w hereby acknowlede the ftncalled for and unwise in me lthor ll( A , Wffl. Atkin. m . . H 1 Ky and cloudy weather is piuatiug just now to a great 'KU jm - th- m most needed it is notunus N5, (your family physician to be ke Ifromhome. Snclrwasthe ex Ice of Mr. J. Y. Schenck,edkor m, Cadclo,lnd .Ter.,BAKNER,when m Ittle girl, two years of age was m led with a severe attack of I He says: "My wife insisted go for the doctor,but as our physician was out of town I ' Based a bottle of Chamberlain's Remedy, which relieved her n. liiately. I...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 5 December 1896

If ( K t m ' '5 2EE WHICH. H Saturday, Dec. 5, 1896. Um The Venezuelan boundary, ques- HB fcion lias at lasfc been settled undeir H an old law. of the .United- States, of DH iventy-year possession.. This is a St victory for the Bayard' diplomacy. MB Miner. IH) , m IH A- nose sack wns lost between H St. George and- Dameron "Valley SB and finder will oblige-by leaving it H at J.. S. Woodbury's or at this OM office.. H Business men who put a two-line jlj , local in the paper once- a year, and H think they will, build- up a- big H trado and imagine the printer is get- SH ing rich oft: the profit of the said B two lines,, should read the folio w- B ing: The lastpage of Munsey's S Magazine-has been sold'f or one year B to four advertisers, each of whoirf HI occupies a quarter of a page- and; iHj pays;000$, making a total of 24,r JM 000$ for the page';. One line in jH the'Kouthls. Companion costs 3$, fl t while a, page in the Ladies Home H Journal, costs 4ooo$. Ex.. Tgml Mm Good' advice : ...

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 December 1896

,i - a H Bl f m ifrl M p :. TT Jlf T f lT iSt- fll 1 - . . ;? yot, 9. No. 51, St. George, Washington CoUfah, 8a4dav. DecamW 1 9 1 SQfi tcpmq - , sm. " ' I 'aaw""" m.,...,.u.m ;, "'J I xiiAHJUCl X6, lOJU. JUllVJO AcilorYeur J.oo. . , ji HJSHT IN AN AVALANCHE. o Logan Men Killed and a Third Ser iously Injured. ijnilOjTan lournal, Dec. 5th. One of the most startling f atali 5S and the saddest of cases, oc jrfed in Logan canyon Wednesday ;about 1:30 o'clock in the after ion. The occurrence has been mailed before near Logan, several wd men having met death in the I me horrible manner. The sur undings of this ase are pitiful. A milyis left in destitute circum ances, with no visible, means of pport. Father and eldest son ith killed, a mortgage on their line, and all means of paying it st, was the way the sad affair was nought to our notice. But how ion were the expectations of hun reds realized. Logan, her kindi eople shining forth to bring partial insolation, as the rays of the: ighty sun...

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 December 1896

ItiJHh V ' THE U N i O N - MB Published every Saturday at Wm ) , gt George, Washington Co., Utah, MS by HI1 0os, XXT- 0-:rjpo:tx '; EDITOR ti PROPRIETOR. HR' TERMS IN ADVANCE. Mb' Oho copy, one year, $Lg- EH8fj One copy, six months, " KflBBp' One copy, three montb3, '0' Of RATES OF ADVERTISING. lEf i week: i month: 6iiiolhB; or.e vir HE V One inch, $i.oo. S7S- S- S DH V column, 2.7S- 5.5- 3 'Wg' B g column S-oo. 'o- '9-50- 29.00. Wmi' ' 1 column. S.JS. 17.00. 30.00. 45-- Wl '", jQr Local notices io reading typo, ten KM cents a lino, each insertion. I B . . -We respectfully request that con- tributors will hand in the general read Hi 5ng matter that they desire to appear 111 EH t the ensuincr iesnoiot later than lues EW "day morning, and local items not later Wm ' than Friday evening, of each week. U Address all communications to H THE UNION, 'ill .' Box 512, ST. GEORGE, 3If', Washington Co., UTAH. mm t , tmTVjgj fci mil ' Kljl Entered at the Post Offlt'e.at St. George, Wm 'Washingto...

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 December 1896

THE U N I O W ." ST. GEORGE POST OFFICE. Themail from the north arrives every day except Ste5ail from Pine Valley and the South arrives ry Tuesday and Saturday and leaves on Mon- Kt'nd Friday. The office is open from 7 a in. to 7 p. m. every . i"xCept Sundays und holidays when it is open frjkpy order and Registry department open from! M JOHN PYMM Postmaster. I 1 Saturday, December 12, 1896. M .muMI'HHIl ' MIWi II III illillliflllH 111 HUM I V Hfl j pec, Date. Day. Night i jlfercury was: 5, 57, 12. f 6, 57, ia l' .7, 54, 10. J 8, 62, 17. 9, 62, 15. 10, 59, 15. 11, 58, 22. '1 Eggs wanted at Mrs. A. E. Price's 'I Cash paid for all kinds of hides by William Atkin, Prof. J. F. Dahley, of Panguitch, paid this city a visit this week . ' Insurance Agent Cassadr, of Salt Lake, was in town this week on business. The City cemetery, is being en larged, a quarter of a block being cleared and prepared prior to being enclosed with a fence. Mr. Miekle of Salt Lake, wno came here a week since to spe...

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 December 1896

m ""the Tjjiriou. D Saturday, Dec. s, 1896 M The Woolly Aphis. The woolly aphis is, J think, the r' worst of this horrid tribe of plant I destroyers (plant lice). It is a K yellowish green or oJivacious color, B and bears Jong wool on its nbdo- men, which gives it its common H specific name. This louse works only on deciduous trees, and chief B ly on apple and pear. It works I on both twigs and roots, thus there is a subterranean as well as an aerial form. From this fact this I louse, like the notorious phylloxera, I is one of the worst specimens of I . its most pernicious family. The B . woolly secretion; however, is in I our favor, for it reveals the louse I; on the trunk and also in the earth. R , We dig the fine, h'berous roots m ' ' many feet away from tho trunk H . and the plainly visible cotton-like H" fibers tell that the foe is there. H These minute lice, scarcely visible I without a glass, often rest in I groups of three or more on the B rootlets, and suck the very life 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. — 19 December 1896

. t " ' , J . " "FKOM THE IJTTLE AOOHN GROWS THE MASSTVR OAK," 1 ' ' ' I , Vol. 9. No. 52. St. George, -Washington Co, Utah, Saturday, December 19, 1896. TERMS a'Aftg ' I SOUND ABOUT THE STATS. , H Hems of Interest Culled FronfVari ous Sources. A SHOCKING FATALITY. Last Sunday morning James B. Hays, grandson of Mr. James E. Tw'itchell, left his home to go up above the Rob. Roy- mine to carry a lamp to one of his friends. Some I young men , had preceded him, and in order to overtake them' it is sup posecfma&Tie rode quite'fast. In the eyening parties coming down tlie road found the lamp broken antl reported at the Indian Creek settle ment. Searchers were at once sent out to look for the young man, but their search "was not successful. On Monday morning at daybreak, the horse he rode, came to the settlement riderless, and at once Mr. u Twitchell took the track of the 4 ' horse, following it into the cedars, and a long distance round, he finally discovered the young man's corpse, a...

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 December 1896

B W THE UNION. - K Published every Saturday at H "SI George, Washington Co., Utah, H ";. BY I , Toes, 'W$7. Oo p3a-tx it, EDITOR k PROl'ltlKi'OB. TERM----IN ADVANCE. M ' " ,Qiio copy, one year, Sl-jjj Iff l,fc A)ne copy, slk months, . Jrg ,",& 'One copy, threu months, . r - BATHS 0? ADVERTISING. H i week; i month S 6 months; or.e year. One inch, $rdo. 2.2.7S' S$-oo. $12.00. E column, 3.73. 5.5a. 3o- 19.50- , 'j " y-'cb'lumn, stoo. 10.50. 19.50. 29 -BH , 1 column. 8.7$. 17-w 3' ''' H ' JSTocal notices In reading typo, ten MM t cents tl line, each iuaertiou. H egrWc respectfully request tlmt con Hi tributors will hand in tlie go'ncml read-. fl Snp; mutter that they dedro to appear in ; the ciiHuinjc Issue, not later tiffin Tues- day morning, and local items not later iH than Priday evening, of each week. MBR Address all commnnfeations to Wm THE UNION, H Box 512, ST. GEORGE, ;H Washington Co., -UTAH. fl ' Entered at the Tost Offlce at St. Qcorge, m - Washington Oo., Utah, as'1 seco...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 19 December 1896

1 J A- I ' v " I ? V- I - V -fesfAVi 1 ' e , ;MJ WSltF-V br.F lff j&KUtfJ Jeijirtrtont dpeir f rqm 30TTlf rXMiVt PosUnustef. ( - k. ' ' Saturday, December 19, 13.96. " Uilsr 3C1aaa.apoart;xi3ris3. Jpeo. .3Qate.! Day. -Night. Efercijiiy was: 12, &',. . 37.'" '.. 13 64, 13. , . , LH; 63, 21. 4;- -a' '. rf ,.,416, vj3,- 24. ..:;M'.it'---'58i " .18. it 18," -'69,; , 15. . ,-,. , -. ; W'-a'W; jjf ,." Read th e ed itorial this .week o ii th 'draw" an'ct "prjze' schenW-vit isy fill be a,' revelation tbrriatfy. ' .LeGrancl, son of James and Mary 0,11 I. llendierywas born March 12th, 1 ti 1896, and died December 15, 1S96. On the 1 2th of December, 1896, j 10p he wife of. George Alma Atkin gave . lirth to a daughter.- Mother and 01 hildjire doing, well. When you answer any of our au . ''a' ertisements please say you sawJiV 13. iTheUniqn. It is' not much, bujfl 50p. will be a kindness to us. ' ' wp. J..R, Michels has just opened the pest assortment of. fancy Candies,, Da; itoW, , i m p...

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 December 1896

Hm ' mm -Hi ij HHSiife .BBSS? .."- . frt hB '' ABOUT SUCCESSFUL FARMING. Wmm ' I every farmer were as entlm- mSKm siustic on tlio subject of good NHfl methods on the farm as he is mm about having good and favorable BKy ' seasons for his farming operations, JHRl ' V says the Nebraska Farmer, there mWm '" i would be a great deal less misery B6jf& m the world. Onq of the phases MB) of practicing better methods that BI8 very few farmers get any adequate jnfljj idea of is that of making all oper- H ations and transactions of the farm Hi ' work together to the one end of flB , producing big crops regularly, Hu just as a piece of complicated ma I1Q '' chinery has all its parts working RfBH ill harmon v, that the machine may IIBb without fail, do its work eilect- I3H ually. Any crop a farmer may Ml cultivate, or any kind of livestock Mm , lie undertakes to keep upon the K B ' fiinn, has its relation to other q crops or kinds of stock to be culti- H vated and raised, and this very H rela...

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 December 1896

J : ! lag-HP TT TO TT TIT T Tfc TCT "&&- - iHV I $ X1 ii JL U i. iL X Vy it 1 ' mm lir - ' j mm .' , "FHr-MTHEMTTUilACOHN GROWS THE MASSTVE OAK." 7 1 Pfifll fe. 9. No. 53.. St. George, Washington Co., Utah, Saturday, December 26, 1896. TERMS Jftilttiffi: K B flUHD ABOUT THE STATS. ns of Interest Culled From Vari w ous Sources. ELECTION LAW VALID. H Holiday's Deseret News gives the t ving brief report of the de- ioii of the Supreme Court in the ctioh contest: At 4:15 this afternoon the State ' ilreme court handed down its de- oil in the case of M. L. Ritchie '- the State board of canvassers. fit e question involved was the ,JJ idity of the Australian ballot law t sed'by the last Legislature, and ler which the general election in i State in November last was f C I It was the most important :tion question yet raised in the lIr te, since the invalidity of the law cr,n mt that all election proceedings Gnitler it would be void. JlButthe law is good, the Supreme Jrt affirming its v...

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 December 1896

TWi 3 M' MSiil . N ..! HfSsE! ) ' mm mnnim I 7. ' 1 1 n W-iiTI) ln.MM. ' II . llf T H E- ::li.lON. ' mm Published every Saturday at NI St. George, Washington Co., Utah NmR ' EDITOR H PllUPIWSrOB. Hh " .TBRM3..rIN' ADVANCE. M One. copy, aue year,, 'SS' Ff&lB One copy six luonihSt " MM . One' copy, tlrtee months, ;4&' H! ' BATES OF ADVEBnSING. WBUB, l week; i tnontli '. 6 months ; ,pr,c vciir. mm- One 'inch, ' $1.60. ' 82.75. $S.oo. S12'0,0 VH1 V column, a.75 S'SO- 3 " '0,; BH column,. 5'.oo, JO.50. 10.50. 29.00. IJHf 1 column. S.75. 17.00. 30'o 45-00. BK flsf ,ocal notices in reading type, ten Hwl cents ailne, taca inHerliop. ffH C"We respeetfully rosiest thnt f 011- H tributors will luiwUn tliu 'ffoiicnil vtiivl- :M ing'nmtter tlmt Limy desire to :ijjponr In MM the ensuing ififliie, nrtt. Inter Ihiin Tuefi- IH day morning, and local items not later Ml than Friday evening, of eiieh week. HM Address all coraninufcations to IH ' 'JHB UNTON, . Bn512, ' ... T-G0R?att M Waa'ninKto...

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 December 1896

9 mZ. tJKtmm 5 ST. GEORGE POST QjHNBSpf jniiiil from the north arrives JfHJNMi1 JlSD torn Pine VancjiiK.SiPm' a ftlldl-Tuesday and SuturWKliia lWMHKu. . see Kmi Friday. P ..hv . & gj(Blnpftybtyjfy;huii it is open PliK'KiipMtnept open from'1 Murdaylpa896. Ic. , " . Dale.4I)ay. Niglii?. Bercury was:':19, 57i ' 10. I , .. . ,,20, : 6ft . 13', I " ' 2i; '59, ' 11. I , , ;-:,; ?v .60 n2. , I : '23; .68, 18.. j I . v-' r'58, '13. I ' ' '" 25, 6d, 23. sm'sJ ' koc&l Brevities. rdtr. I Eggs wanted at Mrs. A. 15. Price's. I Cash paid for, ail kinds of hides by ,, tilliam. Atkin" . '-.' . f the! A postoffice has been established' Citylt Springdale, this . county, aiid Jnty,lreeborn D. Gilford 'appointed post beenlaster. "' . ' i and! . j apJ Booth's teams .will leave for Mil an jord on January ,3, 1897., Will. be pen fof-a limited- amoiVnt of freight Ir passengers ; ;' -; '.'' ' I ,r' i When you answer any of our ad vertisements please, say. you saw it ' In The, Union, .It is not much,...

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 December 1896

H , WWwwiiiiiiiilitiMiiiwiriiiwiiMiiliiiWiWwUwlMfc.lftiPiliiriiitA m f m REMOVING WEED FLAVORS FROM WILK' L 4 ""-': , ' Some q tlio readers of the; KK,- Ibvtrjjotctn will remember that at! Mte:v liffer(iub times vet Jiave rcoom-j Mfn funentlod tlio washing of cream. Hll ' v!The parties to whom such advice HI; ;i ; "Vns give?', neglected to report BfVj whether they tried it a practice f'l , mot.at all to oar likiug and we 1 j j 'w&vb quite without any evidence 't t ,as to whether "washing cream'' m M wau practical, until Mr. 0. P. 4 -1 v Goodrich called on us the other B ( & .day, soon allter returning from a m ) - yisit to his sons, out in western 1H' ''! Iowa. mt) v His boys, one of whom is the HK.J '. 'Do Witt- Goodrich who was in- B"' ; , structor in Farm Dairying in the :, 1 'Wisconsin Suorfc Course m Agri- ';0 culture, nnd afterward was the H -j. f Processor of Dairying in the Ohio if , Agricultural College, are the pro- Hrj . , "pHotors of a model creamery in B ;' , .,...

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 January 1897

-PPPPM B -v f vpjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjj! TH'UN10N. I pjiflv IpjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjH pjjjjs& 1 1 1 IpjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjI HB --..- ' ... , . , , . . , " L , , . , ,,.'-- "''" " I I I I - II I gjM ' '" ' ' ' H - fPJJJJJJJJJJJJJJjl B ' "FROM THE OTTJLK ACORN GROWS THE MASSIVE OAK." , IpH I -'.' " . . ' ' ' ' . - -. spjjjjjjjjI PPE J ' """MM .' i "MMii IPPPPPJ , Vol. 10. No. 1. St. George, Washington Co., Utah, Saturday, January 2, 1897. TFRH1TC In Ad. - IH I -- . " ' t i I milllu At end of year 2 oo. - IpjjjjjjjI pHW i - ' ' j iPPPPl Si ' ROUND ABOUT THE STAvJS. K Items of Interest Culled From Vari- H ous Sources, Hf MORE LAND FOR BALE. H A Tribune special from Washing- B . ton says: H "Secretary Francis has approved B 'the report of the appraiser of the H , land embraced in the abandoned H Fort Crittenden military reservation H in'Utah, and issues instructions to H . the local land' officers for its dis- Hh' posal. Under' "the law the price is H ,$i-25 per acre, 'and the land will be H 'sold...

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 January 1897

m f" B 1 I fV v " ' I THE UNION. If , Published every Saturday at lif ' r St. George, Washington Co., Utah, I BY I ' " ' j EDITOR k PROPIUErOR. ' I; TBHM3 I W ' ADVANCE. W One copy, one year, $l.&0 I One r.iipv, six months, , .? I One copy, tnruu months, 45. I SATES OF ADVERTISING. I i week; i month : 6 month; or.c year. One inch, $i.oo. $2.75. SS.oo. $12.00. ' V column, 2.75. 5-5 '.I00- 'S0. & column, 5.00. 10.50. 19.50. 29' 1 column. i.75. 17-00. 30-o 45'00- I, ' JST Local notices In reading type, ton I cents u. lint-, each lusuttlon. cJrVe respect full v request that pqn triburors will hand In the general read ing matter that they ilenlro to appear in H v the ensuing iwjue, pot later than Tues- day morning, and local Hems not later I. than Friday evening, of each week. ) Address all commnnfcationB to , THE UNION, Box 512, ST. GEORGE. Washiuyton Co., UTAH.' Entered at the Post Ofllce at St. George,, I Wahinrton Co., Utah, as second class .matter, March 27, 1896. B - - - I ...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
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