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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 6 February 1897

THE U A IOW. I y ST. GEORGE POSTOFFJOE. I ' The mull from the north arrives every day except i Tuesday. 'H TUe mull from Pine V;illey and the .South arrives every Tuesday and Saturday and leaves on Mon dav and Friday. ,1 The office is orn from 7 a. m. to 7 p. m. every M , dayxcept Sundays and holidays when it is open Mi fro" 4 loS ! M o M,-rrv raer nnd Kejjlstry department open from , T S a. in. tt 5 p. in. I JOHN PYMM Postmaster. ' Saturday, February 6, 1897. ) I Xaily Temporaturea. I Jan. Date. Day. Night. , ' ilfercury was: 30, , -. " 31, --i, . Feb 1, 48, 31. J 2, 58, 27; ,,,?... 65, 20. t , 4, . $4, 25. I - . ., . ,.-.6, '-4:9; 30.- f4 52-100 6f, an inch of .rain' fell dur4 I ing the ,week. ''- f Ji : ' ! Local Brevities. Cash, paid for beef hides by Vm. Atkii. Garden Seeds of all kinds at Whitehead's. The home dramatic company will soon appear at the theatre '"' l ' Mr. 'JChos, Beesiey, is teach ingat. . the Pr.eshyterian mission school. ' N The Silk Association will give a fa...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 6 February 1897

mjjt '.',,'"'' FARM NOTES. HE, ; . -,V Unless a careful selection o SKm corn tt made each year it will tend 3E J to 4run out." HP;' I "It will pay well, even this late, H I to put the tools and machine under Mr J ;; s, ( . shelter, if any are out. wS, - ' A poor farm can be bought fsHyr J much cheaper than a rich one, and jjf j'- ' , by proi)er rotation the poor farm TCfr1 can Boon be made rich. BE j "' " There should le regular hours teSrJ or work pn the farm. Too many ffjfii ? . farmers break down their health Wjjm " by exposure and overwork. 33ff J ; A. writer wants some eminent SBf ' agriculturist to explain whypump- Ejl i ku ai,ll watermelon vines always Hf 1 grow cross-ways with the row. ffihl Farmers cannot afford to exper- JKI iment except on a small scale. rife! ' The .business of the experiment Km '.1 ' " stations is to carry on experiments. If; 4 Small machinery that becomes lfc j clogged with dirt on the bearings m 1 can be cleaned, says a writer, by g j plunging it into...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 13 February 1897

"A?i mTM 1 II I m III I w i 1 H r '1 mU jJiLt-iS t ' ' . - .,.,, , . ; mUMm H "FROM THE'J.ITTJLE ACORN GROWS THE MASSIVE OAK." - x ' H Yol. 10. No. 7. St. George, "Washington Co., Utah, Saturday, February 13, 1$97. TERMS At&?S M MM ---------- HI I MORE .RAILROAD RUMORS- H The Yanderbilts are Going to Take a I Hand,Wid Build From Milfond. H From The S.Ut Lake Herald. M In the return of W. S. Godbe M from the East an entirely new phase M is given to the widely circulated M reports of railroad building between M Salt Lake and Los Angeles, the M meaning of the foreclosure on the M Union Pacific system, the future M operations of the re-organized Ore- M 'gon Short Line and other kindred H railroad history of vital interest to H the vast mineral territory embraced M in- 'Utah, Nevada and, Northern H Arizona. -l M 0Mr. Godbe, than whom' no man- M .-stands higher in the State on matters H .bfjjudgment and foresight, furnished H The Herald .last night with some H .remarkable disclosures ...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 13 February 1897

J I: f '." THE UNION. I PubJhed every Saturday at i StGeorge Washington Co., Utah, bV H Editor & proprietor. I jJ , TERM3--IN ADVANCE. ' V One copy, one year, lgJ. ' One copy, eix months, '-" , Ono copy, three months, ? I SATES OP ADVBBTISING. ' - ' i week; i month: 6 ninths ; or.c year. s One -Inch, $i.oo. . $-- $"' tf column, 75- M- 3 - 9-SP U. .f$ column, 5.oo, 10,50. '9-SO- f9- T-- v . r i column. .7S 7-- .1'- -oo, f ' jgfLocal notices Id readlnp; type, ten Kf cents a Hoe, each insertion. v g9-We rMRpeotftillv request that con- MT trihWors viW li:icl in the gonerttl rearl- i,1E msittev that they desire to appear in f the ensuing isauo, not Inter tban iviep- r day morning, and local items not later if , than Friday evening, of each week. M( Address all commnnfcatilorjB to B' , THIS. UNION, .Box 512, B&EQR?ftAn Washington Co., UlAU. ' Entered at the l'ost OtHiee at St. George, ' "Washington Co., Utah, as second olaes f .. matter, 5larcl) 27, 1896. Saturday February 13, 189...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 13 February 1897

THE UN IOW. ST. GEORGE POST OFFICE. Theimtil from the north arrives every day exdept Tuesday. ' Tneinail from Pine Valley and the South arrives , every Tuesday and Saturday and leaves on Mon day and Kriday. The office is oiin from 7 a. m. to 7 p.in. every day ".xeept Sundays and holidays when it is open a froi!-' 4 to 5 p. m. M.rv order and Registry department open from 8 a. in, In 5 p. nt. ' ,- . JOHN PYMM Postmaster. , ' -- I Saturday, February 13, 1897. 33aily Tpraperaturos. Feb Date. Day. Night. I ilfercury was: 0, 60, 22.' - ', s ,. ; i -7, 60, 30. I ' . 8, 56, 27. I; 9, 46, 20. I 10,.. 52, 18. f ' , ' 11, 52, 20. i ' ' 12, 52, 18. 54-100 of an inch of rain 'fell dur ing the week. Local Brevities. Cash paid for boef bides by lm. Atkin. Henry Miller has .returned to De Lamar. . I Garden Seeds of all kinds at j Whitehead's. A' number of the boys departed for White Hills this" week. Woolley, Lund &. Judd have be- I gun to move into their new sfore. j Come and see the finest li...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 13 February 1897

B"i pi : l i . LUMjmHIIl ! "! H " 'I III H' J v , - H The Berry Garden. H Continued fro-n first page. M l Tartarian tree in the, edge of my H ' father's garden, and 'they were just H ,'as nice a thd California cherries? H ' jS?At 15 cents per quart 'that would H . ije &15 per tree, or $1,050 per acre. M 1 4d)ne could divide that by thfde fpr H a(tf contingencies of failure and 'still H ave a yield vhich would "compare H tfaj'orably wjtlr ipats at. 16 cents-per Hrj jbiishel. It does not look as if cher- V I ;ries were overproduced when those K' J, ' grown on the shores of the Pacific H I are retailed all over the great fruit B growing States of Ohio andMichi- R' I ,gan and New York for 8 cents per H I pound. : I This is a matter, dear reader, Hj' j whichit might be well to consider, BU v. especially if you live upon a warm, H ' dry soil. How would it do to do a H ' (little better farming upon some other H ' ( fields and devote half that barn lot H 1 ' ' to cherry trees. It would ...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 20 February 1897

I 1 I fl B (H n fl mn i'l pm T Y ITl ' Y Y It T T T 1 T ffias&. 1 1 HI gp. I -4-g $-s J i v m lp& ffl HB A B fl fl T f Bfl I I It I tf V4 lu u t H Hl .., ! - --... ...-- ,,.-.--.-,,-. ,..,-.. I .-,........ .. , .. . ... ... ,j . .. -, , ,.. . .. ,..,. ,,, ,. , ,., i f 1 HI "FROM THE JiTTTL.K ACOllN GROWS THK MASSTVK OAK." " , M fl HI . , i ( H I Vol. 10. No. St. George, Washington Co., Utah, Saturday, February 20, 1897. TERMS MaivT'J: ' jjtfl I SWEPT BY A SSOW SLIDE . Four Men Buried and One Killed I Near Bingham. 1 From The S.Ut L ike Tribune H Cottonwood canyon near Bing- H ham was swept by a snow slide at an H earl)r hour Friday night, which re- H suited in the killing of Andrew H Anderson and the entombing for si. H hours of John Anderson and Andrew I Miller. HI The horror occurred about S H o'clock, the avalanche starting above H the mouth of the Petro tunnel, H which has now been driven into the Hi heart of the hill for a distance of B 1000 feet. At the time the Ander-...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 20 February 1897

I THE UNION. m Published cvory Saturday at H St. George, Washington Co., Utah, H &&, "TKr. Oiirposxtor, H ED1TOK fePROPKIKrOR. H TERMS IN. ADVANCE. M One copy, one ynar, 'jJU m One t'opv, six month ", " H One copy, thrt-e moat lis, H RATES. Q? ADVERTISING. H . , i week; i month: 6 months; o.-.e vcsir. One inch, $1.00. $2.75. $S.oo. 512.00. B J column, 2.7.?. 5-50- '300- ,o-50-B column, S.oo. io.'o. 19-50- BO -B 1 column. 3.75. 17.00. 30.00. 45.00. aSLocal notices, in reading type, ten H cents u Hoe, each insertion. B g"HTi! respectfully roquest flint con- H tributors will hniul in thu jienenil reail- H ilig mutter that they desire to sipjujar in H the ensuing issue not later than Tues- H day morning, and local item not later H than Friday evp.ning, of each week, H Address all coirmintifcaUons to THE UNION, BnxD12, ST. GEORGE, Washington Co., UTAH. H Entered at the Post Office at St. George, M "Washington Co., Utah, as second class matter, .March 27, 1806. K Saturday, Februar...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 20 February 1897

,; THE UNION. . J ST. GEORGE POST OFFICE. Tlic mail from the north arrives every ilny except TucmIii'. Tfl mail from Pine Valley and the South arrives every Tuesday and Saturday and leaves on Alon dnv and Friday. The oilice is oiwn from 7 a. m. to 7 p. in. every 1 day -xcept Sundays and holidays when it is open from 4 10 S p. in. M.rv order and Registry department open from S a. 111. 10 5 p. in. j JOHN PYM.M Postmaster. I Saturday, February 20, 1S97. ' ) I ! Tom p037-fcTLa.Kog . Feb Date. Day. Night. $ Jiercury was: 13, 51, 10. 14, 54, 16. 15, 59, 19. 'i 16, 01, 19. i 17, 49, 23. j 18, 52, 27. , 19, 50, 22. 86-100 of an inch of rain fell dur- I Local Brovitie's. M Garden Seeds of all kinds at I Whitehead's. fi Miles W. Lund started for State Line district, on Monday, the 15th m nst- , "fl Died, Feb. 13, 1897, Josephine, .M daughter of Brigham and May j 4s Tarvis, aged about six months. ;,j Died, Feb. 9, 1S97, Wesley, son W of Joseph W. and Mary A. Mac- v,! Allister, aged about live ...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 20 February 1897

SURE WAY TO COLLECT DEBTS, M A now way of collecting bad M debts is reported from Paris. A M man has gone into business th'jn 1 ; who will collect exclusively no 1 counts which ordinary collectors j lmvo not been able to settle. The j means ho employs to collect money j are particularly aggravating to H those from whom he has to collect. H One of his favorite schemes, for Hj instance, is to stop at a debtor's H with a wagon, iii'ouiiii the top of HI which he displays signs which an Hl notmce in very load colors that H "Tuis buggy only stops in front of I the houses of people who will not I pay their debts." Everybody, and Hi particularly busiuess people, dread H . this man's buggy so much that Hi they prefer to pay the full amouui Hi r - oE tne claim to the collector, who HI is soated in tho buggy, calmly HS .' awaiting developments, in order to HI get rid of him, rather than allow a H mob to collect in front of the H place, commenting upon the pres Hl ence of this advertising buggy...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 27 February 1897

I. I I 8-nn T iri ' T T If 7 If If T -Ssgs ' ' I I 4 X' I A jlj U II lu II , f' I "FHOM TH K fJTTI.K ACOKN GHOWS THE MASSTVE OAK." I I Vol. 10. No! 0. St. George, Washington Co., Utah, Saturday, February :.7, 1897. TERFflS Itittra I H , mwmmm mm mwtwttw mum wmmnw iMiiwnrwmnffTTrrirJrrfi,"iT .nrirfnnt -r-- t nr--T-irn" ii 'iwiinTvrrnmriiTrn-rmMiiiiTTBaMiMifMrmnm fl I COMMISSIONERS AT PHOENIX. fl i I Received Cordially by the Legisla- I ture but Cession is not Liked. I. From The Salt Lsik.j Tribune. - Phoenix, Ariz., Feb. 23. Messrs. I Lund and Woolley, commissioner: I from Utah to negotiate for the I cession of that part of Arizona lying I north of Grand canyon, presented I . their credentials at the open session I of the Legislature today, slating the I purpose of the mission and its en- tirely amicable character. The I commissioners were very cordially I received, and a joint resolution I passed providing for the appoint- ment of a joint commission to con I fer with them. The gener...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 27 February 1897

BP I T; ' THE UfJiON. H j" Published every Saturday at M St. George, Washington Co., Utah, Pm Joes, W. OarpenVor, CJ; 5 EDITOR & PROl'lllJSrott. SGj TERMS IlSf ADVANCE. H ' ,v Ont copy, one year, -W. H O-ri'-' f niv, six raontbs, S0. ft One eoiy, three mo.Jtli8. 45. M RATES OF ADVERTISING. H " , i week; I month: (3 mouths; or.e year. B One inch, $1.00. $2.75. $S.oo. $12.00. B V column, 3.75. 5.50. J3 00. 19.5"- B ? J5 column, 5.00. 10.50. 19.50. 39.00. B 1 column. S.75. 17.00. 30.00. 45.00. M aSfLocal notices hi rpadinK type, ten B ceiiiH a Una-, eacn insertion. H ? CSTWe respectfully reqncpt thnt con- ; tributors will hand in the general vead- ing matter that they desire lo appear in , the ensuing issue, not later than Tues H '' ' day morning, anil local items not later H than Friday evening, of each week. H, Address all communications to t TEE UNION, v Box 512: ST. GEORGE, W&shlogton Co., UTAH. H .. . , ii H Entered at the Post Office at St. George, M Washington Co., Utah,...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 27 February 1897

v i I 1 If I' THE UNION. -Jj ST. GEORGE POST OFFICE. ML The mail from thcnorth arrives evory tiny except s?mt TTwesday. vJI Tile mail from Pine Valley nntl the South arrives WB every luw lay and SatiiTtlsiy ami Heaves on Mori- av and Frid.iy. ! fl'he office is opcm from 7ji. m. to 7 p. in. every JHH ay xcept Sundays an.l holidays when it is open a froii 4 to 5 p. m. 'W . Mwrv order mul Hcplstry department openifrom 'Em R. in, to 5 p. in. M . JOHN PYMM (Poslmuster. -1 M .Saturday, February -.27, 1897. 1 Yfflf 'tZ"dIJTnrT-ir ii in mil imiihmmwiwi n iwn M "3Do,ly BZoxa3Lraox'-fcxi.x'osi. I 2?eb Date. Day. Nilifc jf Jlfercury was; 20, '14, 10. - 21, 42, 11. M :23, 42, 10. ' S24 45, .11. 1 ; 125, ,150, aa fl 126, 460, v21. W& 2-iob -.of an inch of rain felkdur- II n tne wee Also 6 inches ofssnow. t,QH -W i -waMumi immmmmimmm-mi iipii , p .91 Local .'Brevities. ,r Csh puirt for becf hides 'by Wm. Atkin. .J "Lath .for. sale. (Enquire at flJnion Jl office. '41 Levi Strauss '.Ov.er.alte ...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 27 February 1897

M GRAPE CULTURE. H Pruning and training of the m grape can bo clone at any time H wuiie the yine is. dormant. As 'we H ordinarily have a good deal of H pleasant weather during the H months of February and March H mid this is the most convenient B time for fruit growers to do the H work, it is the season when most B . pruning is done in the vine-yard. H A pair of pruning sugars is the H onJy tovd needed for this work. M I Cues should be made at least an 1 t inch beyond a bud. While the M f trellis is much to be precered, M owing to greater convenience in ! picking and cultivation, and larger yields on account of more space for bearing wood, grapes are being grown with prolifc all over the . : irrigated rtgion of the west with out support of any kind. Our common varieties are so miichiu . ciined to a slender vining habit of growth that it is not practicable to train them on the stump system, as are some of the foreign vareities, but they can be made to assume rather the bush form and ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 6 March 1897

I ;l I "HirnP TT XT' TT KT J f TST -P-' ' 1 -yi. H j U JM 1 u JN .ir i I ! -I , I B Vj -- " ,,.., . H J "l-'HOM THE JJTTLE AOOHN GROWS THE MASSIVE OAK." " - "f- fl ;3 . ,, , . H a Vol. 10. No. 10. St George, Washington Co., Utah, Saturday, March :6, 1897. TERMS AtSrTeAS If fl T& ' ' i i mnii mm iimim miiiiw m min mm-iiww - bthmimi mm nni rmnn.i.. n 1 51 . . . ii..-i,l """"" """''"''""'''iirwawwiMiiiiMiiiiiiiMiii ima imiiiiumi ' UUf if THAT AM20NA STEIP- Efforts of 'Commissioners Lund and i Woolley at.Phoeriix. Utah people are of course greatly I' interested in the mission of Messrs. ll Woolley and .Lund, who are .now in I .Arizona as comissioners to have a I ,portion of that territory added to fi 'this state. A special from Phoenix j vto the Denver Republican comments' . .on their visit as follows: ! Present in Phoenix .are two com- ; miissioners with powers unique in V the history of thenation delegated ': i by a state of the Union to treat I with a neighboring .political gover...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 6 March 1897

C THE UNION. H Published every Saturday at H St. George, Washington Co., Utah, m by EDITOR k FUOPllIETOR. M TERM3--IN ADVANCE. H , One copy, one year, 'on H '- Ouo copy, six months, wj, H - tue copy, three mouths, ' RATES OF ADVERTISING: i week; i month: 6monthB; one year. H - One inch, $1.00. 82.75- $8'- $".00. H column, 2.7S 5-5- M00' I9,5' H H column, 5.00. ,0--'50- '9-50-" 22- H 1 column. 8.75. 7'- 30.00. 45.00. H Jg-Local tiotices in reading type, ten B ' cents j. Hop, each Insertion. H EST We respeotfullv request thnfc con- H tributors will hand in tho -general read- H ins matter that they desire to appear in H the ensuing issue-, not later than Tues- H "day morning, and looal items not later H than Friday evening, of -each-week. m Address all conunnnfeations to M THE' UNION, M Box 512; ST. GEORGE, M Washington Co.j UTAH. H Entered at the Post Ollice at St. George, H . Washington Co. . Utah, as second class H matter, March 27, 1890. H Saturday, March 6, 1897. H " The Spraying ...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 6 March 1897

THE U. ft I O N . Saturday, March 6, 1897. X.i3Ly Toanpoz-atixrofiJ. Feb Date-. Day. Night. ilercury was: 27, , . 2S . Mav 1, 62, 25. 2, 63, 22. 3, 56, 22. , ' 4r 52, 30. 5, 53, 31. 44-ioq- of an inch of rain fell dur iiig the week. ,. 2 inches of snow.. Local Brevities. Cftah paid for beef hides by Wm. Atkin. All kinds of sewing taken at Mrs. Joseph Carpenter's. The farmers have about com pleted sowing their spring grain. n liuoern is now starting and the fields are donning their coats of green. Our Garden Seeds are entirely New and Fresh- stock this season. Sooth's Store. Highest Cash price paid for all kinds of hides, to be used at the home tannery, by Joshua A. Crosby. The Bow Party given last even ing by the Silk Association was ' . grand success and everybody en- j joyed themselves well. , For Sa-le. I have one and one- fourth lots, without water right, which I desire to sell or mortgage. For particulars inquire of David B. Needham,, St. George, Utah. The wsathsr has been 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. — 6 March 1897

I TEAATS1.75APOUND. I , Tea at 1.75 a pound! If a grocer should ask the average housewife H ' that kind of a price she would be I likely to drop dead. Yet there is such tea, and G. N. Merriweather, a tea merchant of 'Cincinnati, has. some of it. A little of this goes ai I lon- way and five ounces of it con H stitutes his stock. Very little of this tea is brought I to this country. Indeed, little of it is m irketed anywhere, as it is ex I' tremeiy rare, and millionaires, even I if the price was no object, would I have difficulty in getting hold of it. I, ' hi? i75-a-pouud tea is known H , as the Ceylon golden bud. It is the H pickings of the first tips of the blos H soms. The greatest care must be B taken in the picking, and nothing H but the bright golden'-hued tip taken H off the blossoms. All the picking H of this grade is carefully done by H hand. The process of drying these H, tips is as delicate as the picking. H The annual output is estimated at ( - 12, coo pounds, valued at $...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 13 March 1897

I 1 BS-nPTT IT3 TT HI I A TiT Ur I ; - ;H I III .... I . - .-- .- . . ... ... - -. . t !!. J ' ''" " - I II I I I q H "FROM .THE lATTlK ACOHN GROWS THE MASSTVE OAK." i H Vol. 10. No. 11. St. George, Washington Co., Utah, Saturday, March 13, 1897. TERMS SftfiS 1 1 .ANOTHER FATAL SNOWSLIDE. It Leaves Four .'Wlen Dead at Park City Nine Were Buried. iFrotn Thc-fiJlt Lake Tribune. Park City, March. 7 At 10:20 a. m. -today a very heavy snowslide start ed from the mountain peak west of .the Morgan mine, and hit one of the Daly mine bunk-houses and boiler .and shaft-house. The bunk-house was shivered into .atoms and the boiler-house was con siderably damaged. Nine men -were sleeping in the bunk-house at .the time; five were rescued alive about one hour afterward. They were Thomas Hodges, Harry Tenny, . James Hallinan, James Magavva, Oharles Mattison. No two were found together;. Chles Mattison wasf found on the roof of the boiler 'house, about 125 feet distant from the bunk-house. Thomas Ho...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 13 March 1897

I ' THE UNION m ' Published every Saturday at M ' gjj. George, Washington Co., Utah, H 3.os. "CT. Cnrpop-tor, H KD1TOK fi PKOl'JUEl'OIl. H ' TERMrf-IN ADVANCE. H Quo copy, one year, 1,o!! H Onenopy, six niomh3, y H One copy, tlirou n.oaths, qu- H RATES OP ADVERTISING. - i week : i inonlli : 6 niontlm; o.-.e year. B Que inch, $1.00. S 75- $s - S-oo- B column, J.7S- S-5H- 3 - ?-SO- H O column, voo. 10.50. 19.50. 9 - H ' 1 column. 3.75- '-co- 3"- -la-00- H jgyLocal notices in reading type, ten H cents u Mrn, each insertion. H 3S!"Vc respeetfullv request that eon- H'! tributors will hand in the general re:icl- H ing.muttcr that tliey desire to appear in H ' the ensuing issue, not later than Tues- H diy morning, and loeal items not later H itiiin Friday evening, of-eaeh week. H ! Address all communications to Box 512, ST, GEORGE, ' Washington Co. UTAH. H Entered at the Post Offlco at St. Georgn, H "Washington Co., Utah, as seeond class M mntterjffarch 27, 189G. H Saturday, March 13, 1897...

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