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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 13 March 1897

it THE U N I O N . Saturday, Biarch 13, 1897. ITnr Dale. Day. Night. .Mercury was: 0, 55, bd. 7, 55, HI. S, 54-, 19. 0, 60, IS. 10, 59, 19. 11, 57, IS. 12, 51, 16. .15-100 of an inch of rain fell dur ing the week. .I.!. ! Lccal Brevities. Cash paid for beef hides by Wm, Atkin. We are surrounded with snow on all the mountains around. H. Lafayette Carter and J. Wm. McAllister Jr. are in from the White hills. Yesterday there was considerable wind, and the weather was very ; cold. Our Garden Seeds are entirely New and Fresh stock this season. Booth's Store. Wm. Atkin has been under the weather for several days, but is slowly improving.. Wc are pleased to see Isaac C. Mcfarlane on our streets again,, after his severe spell of illness. ! Frank L. Burgess is up from his ; mines at Cedar Basin, but nothing I Vc new has been- developed lately. Don't forget to see the 'fine play Held by the Enemy next Monday evening, at the Theatre. Highest Cash price paid for all kinds of hides, to. be used ...

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 March 1897

a '" I' ? I f ST. PETER AT THE GATE, H St. Peter ftood guard at Iho golden gate, j With a poleran mien and an air sedate, I When up to the top of ihu golden stair H A man and a woman, ascending there, Applied for admission. Thoy cams and I ? StU"'l J. Befo" . Peter, so great and good, I In hup the City of Peace to win, i . And a.l;ed St. Poter r,o let them in. HI , , The woman was tall and lank and thin, t "With a MM-aggy beardlet upon her chin, - , The mail was ahorr, and thick, andtout, H' His stinnach was built so it ro'inded out, H' His faeu was pleasant and all the whilo H ITo wore a kindly and gonial smile. . Tho ohcirs in tho distance the oelioes H I woke, And the man kept still while the woman -- spoke. sb""" """""h "Oh, thou, who guards tho gate," said 1 she, ""'i ' i- "Wo. two como hither beseeching thoe Bl i To let m enter the heavenly land H t And play our harps with the angel band. j i Of mo, St. Peter, there ia no doubt, H . There'. nothing from heaven to bar mk flf ou...

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 March 1897

H mK J3L. Jk & .. ,-m m J Js. J&k -&. y A JEa. P i . S "FROM THE L1TTLI3 AOOJW GROWS THE MASSIVE OAK." " ' Vol. 10. No. 12. St. George, Washington Co., Utah, Saturday, March 20, 1897. TERMS AunJuTSoo": " I 1 - -"" i r "'' ''' ' I'm ii i i ... t r--w ""- ! ...r -t.., , rTnrnrri-wrgiiiMiMjM.nB.M--u. - . B (c V . , . - i i . .THE SAN J0S3 SCALE. A New insect Fatal to Fruit Trees How to Fight It. As many of our fruit growers and orchardists may be importing trees from nurseries outside the State this spring, a word of caution may not be amiss regarding the danger now existing of introducing the Sari Jose scale into our orchards. This is - one of the most formidable insect I foes which now threaten the fruit i ' industry of the State, and while al most impossible to eradicate when it once gets a foothold, its introduc- v tion may be prevented, with care and I . the adoption of heroic measures, E . whenever it first makes its appear- ance. In the March number of the fit Minnes...

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 March 1897

I B THE UNION. j ,3 Published every Saturday at H i St. Goorge, Washington Co., Utah, H iTos. "7S7'm Oai'pontor, V i KU1TOU k PKOPltlKroIt. H ; TBRM3 IN ADVANCE. H w ' - ( . . One copy, oue year. 1.'"0. ' One copv, eix months, .?" X h One copy, three months, - H .' $ I BATES OF ADVERTISING. Ij '" t t week; i month: 6 months; o.-.cvcnr. ' v- S, One inch, S-oo. $i.7.v SS.op, 12.00. -if, 3 column, 2.75. 5.50. 1300? iy.50. H- Jt Yt column, . s.co. 10.50. 19.50. 2000. .-Jw i column. 3.75. 17-00. 30-oo 45'00' H 7 $J j-Local notices in reading type, ten . ': cents h line, each insertion. ,' " , . ,' ,.' ' (We respectfully request that con- V' " i 'tributors will hand in the goncrul read- H' ing matter that they desire to appear in Ht - the ensuing issue, not later than Tucs- H! t 'day morning, and local items not later Hi 1 , 'than Friday evening, of each week. H 1 x 'Address all commnuf cations to M i N THE UNION, ' Bnx512, ST. GEORGE, Washington Co., UTAH. " '' K Entered at the Post Offi...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 20 March 1897

THE V ft 1 O N . Saturday, March 2Q, 1897. ilfar Date, Dny. Night Jfercury was: 13, 52, 10. 14, 59, 23. .15, 65, 2L 16, 65, .36. ' 17, 63, 30. I 18, 56, 30. 19, 52, '28. !?J 46-100 iof an inch of rain fell dur- g$ . 3ng the week. , 1 -i -; .- . Local Brevities. Very disagreeable weather has prevailed the last few days. The infant child of Ml and Mrs. Frank G. Miles died last Tuesday. Our Garden Seeds are entirely '.New and Fresh stock this season. Booth's Store. Born, Tuesday, March rg, to Mr.. :and Mrs. E. '. Riding, a daughter. All doing well. Highest'Cash price paid for all kinds of hides, to be used at the shome tannery, by Josjma A. -Crosby. R. Morris has -just rreceivcd a tgreat assortmgnt of the finest Flower f Seeds. Ladies call and make your selections early. P.rices low- "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. .Ueedham, St. George, vUtah. On March 17th a surprise party TVas ...

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 March 1897

HKdtM lin.m-mwiwafcMa WiMKHno - ,-n, a-ij Www w.- w fifj& n,.i , I H I ' r V - POINTERS FOR ORCHARD PLANTERS, I, - The family orchard should coll ie thin summer, nuiuinu aiid winter I I ' vYirieties of apples. It is only, the I , winter varieties which can usually w I lie marketed with much profit. M Hence, the bulk of the trees should be of winter kinds. Is' If one expects to eat the fruit of ILj lro63 lie plants it is desirable to W - plant varieties which come into ear- l,v ly bearing, . as Yellow Transparent, I porter, Smith's Cider, Smokehouse, I, Ben Davis, Wealthy, Primate and Early Strawberry. While the Baldwin, the Russett, Rambo, De- laware Winter aud others will inot bear muoh under ten years, the list first, named will begin to '- bear the second or third yeaiy and will be producing heavy crops at jj six or eight years .- WH ' xlmong pears the Kieffer, Bart- lett, Beurro Clifford, and Juliana Hi have the same useful character. HI If theso varieties-are plaut3d,a man ...

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 March 1897

1 " fl! 1 "58 HP XT TCP T T IVT T O AT "jUr " I I v "FROM THE LTTTLE ACORN GROWS THE MASSIVE OAK." I k ''-'-- ' ' i i - H 1 Vol. 10. No. 13. . St. George, Washington Co., Utah, Saturday, March 27, 1897. TERMS !uL7?;:,;& I I TO RECLAIM TEE DESEET. Operations Initiated for Reservoir Construction in Sevier. From The Salt LaUe Herald. Two millions of money are; to be spent in Utah on the construction, in Sevier county, of the largest nat ural reservoir in ' the world, and a contiguous system of canals for the propagation . of vast water power and the irrigation of the largest area of barren soil over which the. ingen uity of man has ever had full scope. Operations have even now been initiated under the engineering di rection of Baron Theo Van Gestcl, the man who projected a railway across the island of Java for the government of Holland. Baron Van Gestel ranks as one of the most scientific and daring engineers in all Europe. His services have ' ' always been employed on enter- prise...

Publication Title: Union, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 27 March 1897

H H bbI BBBJ WaMMM,M !!! IBM II WW l"' " - m THE UN IOW. H. f Published every Saturday at H j .St. George, Washington Co.. Utah, O"o(s. "VST. Oarpontor, H f . hbiT n & 1'iiopRiEroit. ' TBRMo-IJST ADVANCE. H Ono copy, . vear, l,n BB One copy, six mouths, - Bl .- One copy, turt-o months, 4()' H RAT3S OF ADVERTISING. H i -week ; i month : 6 monthn; o.-c year. B , One inch, S'-oo. $2.7S- SS.oo. $w.oo. B c V column, J-7S- 5-5o. '3 . 10.50. T . 8 column, coo. 10.50. 19.50. 2900. 1 column. ?..7S- 7-o. 30.00. 4S-o- H-. fc-Local notices in reading? type, ten, B cents a lino, each insertion. H E5p We respectfully request that con- H tribntorswill hand in the general read- , ingmattovlhatthey desire to appear in m4 the ensuing isue, not later than Tuos- day morning, and local items not later H than Friday 'evening, of each week. ' H .. Address all coromnnfeations to H THE UNION, H Box 512, ST GEORGE, H Washlugtou Co., UTAH. BBBBl - Entered at the Tost Oflicc at St. George, 1 "Washington Co...

Publication Title: Union, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 27 March 1897

THE UNION. Saturday, March 27, 1897. ' 3ftiv Date. Bay. Night. Jfercury .waa: 21, 43, 15. , 22, 50, 12. , . .- . 23, 59, 13.' 3 v , . ".24, 70, 25, 26," .7G, 30. - Local Brevities. 'Our, Garden Seeds are entirely INew and .Fresh stock .this. season. Booth's Store. yhe Board of County Commis sioners will meet in this city, on April "i-3, 1807." Highest Cash price paid for all .kinds of hides, to be used at the Jhome tannery, byjoshua A. Crosby.- On March 24, 1897, ' the wife of Wm. S. Carpenter, of Bloomington, CUtah, presented -him with .a .fine .'daughter. R. Morris has just received a pgreat assortmant of the finest Flower .Seeds. Ladies call and make your selections early. Prices low.. The other day a little child of John Hafen, Jr., of Santa Clara, rmet with a very sad accident; by which it -was burned so badly that it died in. about forty hours. , Marriage licenses issued since the: Jasureport are: Wallace B. Mathis .and Minnie Miles, both of' St. . vGeorge, Utah; George Judd a...

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 March 1897

5 I B' I. QUIRKS AND QUILLETS. H3 Jfjoin The Cincinnati Enquirer. I ' On tlio wing feathers.. Bt Cold: comfort ice water.. r : A. tight fit tlm jiui-jjimfc. (.;: 'T A fall opening , cellar-hole.. I. iV. singular object a: bachelors. w Always full the honey moon. I ! A good thing, to tie, two matri- I' : moiiy. I A tight pinch arresting a I ' drunk. '. Still watches o the night ; patrolmen. t TI19 end of life i&.the beginning H'j of, efcernjty,- Qv B - A man is in poor company when beside himself. M There is a good, deal in, a. draw, H says the dentist.. II Keep busy. A. running stream Hi rarely freezes over. Money spent for. a. laugh is a H' , healthy investment, . '. Simplicity ia prinoipal in the ' echool of. greatness. The fellow who sleeps on duty L generally gets relief. Bf people of a. retiring disposition B I are not always asleep. Bj More people are overthrown by I 1 auccess than by failure. I It is more blessedt to give than , receive, says the pugilist. H b The nubbinn...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 3 April 1897

a V j 1 i fJS" ":'' i l It - , v.. 1 P - i I V 4 1 I , $grnn f I XT1 - ' T T 1T S f 1 ) 8r I ( I I li A-JL JLJ iJ la Jt J JL 5 - . I I yk -... .-- i I j "PItOM THE LI'lTLB ACORN GROWS THE MASSlVJi OAK." ' I ; Vol. 10. No. 15. St. George, Washington Co., Utah, Saturday, April 3, 1897. TEEMS knteAivo"fnS.?l II A ! , rr-r i mi m ! tmr'n i mi 'in immn iiwniiniuiiMjMiLLiLj 1 1 SHOOTING OP SHERIFF TUTTLE. I , The Story of the Chase and Its ' ' Sudden Ending, 1 From The Salt Lake Tribune. ! Price, March 28. M. C. Wilson, J, M. Whitmore, J. M. 'Thomas and C. L. Maxwell arrived here 'rs-f-Xo(fay from the scene of the shoot Jr ing of Sheriff Tuttle of Emery X county. They were accompanied r by an old mining man . and pros pector who was at Joe Walker's camp when these gentlemen found it. From Mr. Wilson your repre . sentative gleans the following par ticulars regarding the affair. For several days the above named gen tlemen with Sheriff Tuttle were on the trail of Walker, the suspected crimin...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 3 April 1897

I 8 The devil has an iron collar on Very man who thinks more of the I i saloon than he does of his liomo. I t A blind man's opinion of the I sun is based on what he has learn- j ed from the earth with his cane. f "The Master has come and is I ; 2 calling for thee", whenever you I . r hear of a needy one who needs help. I Did you ever know a dying man I to fiud any comfort in thinking I .that there were hypocrites in I church V I One reason why Solomon wrote I bo many proverbs was to give I every young man some of the wis- I dom God had given him. I The devil has a halter arouud I the iieck of every man who is try- I ing to make money in an easier I way than by honestly earning it. M :. - - ' -..- " - - .- : -: I THE UNION. I Published every Saturday at I St. George, "Washington Co., Utah, BY . Took W'- Oarpexiterf H ' EDITOR k PIIOP1UKTOB. I TERM3-IN ADVANCE. H One copy, one year, $1.50. One copy, six montbs, .W). -One copy, tbree months, .45. I BATES OF ADVERTISING. H i week; i mon...

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

. . r"T 3IE UNION. I f . . ST. GEORGE POST OFFICE. 4 4' Tllc ,,mU ,from tlic no"th.arrlvos every.riny cxccDt -'' XTucsilay. f AT ' -Tne m:iiJ from Pine Valley and the Smith arrives i ; v - yery Tuemliiy and Saturday and .luavcs on Mon- Jav and IMihrjr. The olfioe is t)ix'n.from7n.'rn. to .7 n. m. every' ilay except Siindiiys and holidays When it is open' ( ifroi- 4 to 5 p. m. iU'"f order. and Registry department open from ' 8 n. in, lc5).i:a. , , JOHN PffWTM .Postmaster. ' ,.-;rr -- :"".'. ;; Saturday, Aprdl 3, lSi)7. 3Z-Xy TonaporatxM?osi. i Mar Bate. Da'. Night j -.Mercury was: 27, 7fi, 30. 28, 72, -34 i "; ' f s .29, 43, 1. $6, 48, 12. 31, 61, 19. Apr 1, 62, 24 B--- lxal brevities. - "Gardening is now the orderoi itlie; . D. TT. Cannon's new residence is mow roofed in. M. W.. Andru5,of ttiis city, has rpeas up four .inches high. "We are sorry the BeaveT County 3tfews has been discontinued. Oar Garden Seeds are..entirelyt Itfew n-mJ "Fresh .-stock his season. Booths .Store. Ellis ...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 3 April 1897

I I I ," - L . - THE: NEW BUSINESS DECALOGUE. Hj J. GQbouislinll not gp a way from B ' liome to,do- thy trading, thou nor. H 5 thy sonsy nor tty daughters.. IL Thou, shall; putronize thy I , home 'merchants, imkL they shalJ I nnfcronizo home institutions,, inr eluding tho home paper. I IIL,. 'JQhow slralt employ' thy I lkine mechanics, that: they mny I - t not.be (Irinaii.froqi their homos t I """""' - aoelV,'bviiadi for- their little ones. I Thou.rihalt consider him that is I thy, neighbor above himr- thuli I - )l dwelleth in a strange town?. I ' . iy,. 'JQhoui shalt, not. ask for I credit, as goods cost much money, 7 - and the merchant's heart iB weaiv iediwitli bills.. I " - 5 "V-'- iw shaltr not' ask for re- H . v v ducedX)rices on thy "influence" for H ?" Heboid,' guile is in thy heart, and H y. ' ttieunorchftiitireadeth, thee like an. H open book, be langbeth thee to H ,. acorn. and. sbouteth. to his. clerk Ha, Mat. H ' , s--' VL. Thou ebalt do; whatever H y lieth,iai thy, pow...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 10 April 1897

:tTHE UNiOM.lF :. I r " ' ' ' ' .. . i . , , , . . . i , .... ,i i H I "FROM THE LITTLE ACOHN GROWS THE MASSIVE OAK." , H B ' , ., i Vol. 10. No, 16. St. George, Washington Co Utah, Saturday, April 10, 1897. TERMS AtivSr?iS: ; I A QUEER FIND. Peter Zabella, fireman at the waterworks at Livermore, GaL, while trying to shovel a lump of coal into the furnace mode an astounding discovery. The piece he desired to place in the furnace was by the side of a larger piece. , He tried to pick up the smaller; lump on his shovel. He succeed ed in gottimg the lump on several times, but every time that he en- deavored to toss the lump towards I . the furnace door it would trail off I of the shovel and back to its ori- V ginal position, just as if there was a striug tied to it Zabella, made several ineffectual efforts to get the coal in the furn aee but e&eh time it seemed to snap back to it original position. At last the neaaa became frightened and caiaae to the conclusion that the e&sj wa...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 10 April 1897

H Hi H ' T-ftfi UNION. Hj Published every Saturday at LM St. George, Washington CoTUtah B KDITOK ic PllOFlUiSTUll. Hi TBRMi-IN ADVANCE H f ., One copy, oue vear, 1,fj2 H Cue cupv, six niontbH, 1 One copy, three months, " H R,VTES OF ADVSltflSltfB, H j week; i inontlif 6inonthii; dr.C Vcar. One irich, $i.no. iV.7 8S.kJ." $"? H Jfcoliimn, 3.7$. 5-io. 3 i9-5f H 3i coTumti, S-ovx io.;o. I9'5- 29- H i ct"n.-wit. S-7 1700. 30-oo ' -tS-00- ' JST Local notices in reading type, ten H ceiits u line, each insertion. , ., fl- ggyWc respectfully request that eort- mWM tvibutors will bum Sn tlio gmoral-raiul- mWM ing matter that tlifey tlwtre to iippenr in mW the ensuing is&ne, not later than Tuca-, M day morning, and local items not'later M than Friday evening, of each week. H ! Address all communications to mM . THE UNION, M Box 512, ST. GEORGE. H Washington Co., UTAH. . - . H i " mWM . Entered at Iky Post Qfflee at St. George, , "Washington Co., Utah, as second c)ass H ' in jitter, HTarch ...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 10 April 1897

f f '" ' iiiJrRiaw.TiamimumnwejjiMiii urn nmumi ..THE UNION. ST. GEORGE POST OFFICE. The mall from the north arrives every tiny except Tuesday. The mail from Pine Valley ami the South arrives every 1 uesday ami Saturday and leaves on Mon day and Friday. ' The oilice is onen from 7 a. m. to 7 p. m. every day -xcept Sundays ami holidays when it is open frot.- 4105 p.m. M.rv order and llegistry department open from 8 a. m, lo 5 j). m. JOHN PYMM Postmaster. Saturday, April 10, 1897.. 3D,l3r 1"ox3o.poar,fULX'oisi. Apr Bate. Day. Night. .Mercury was: 2, 63, 24. - " 3, 67, 25. '- 4, 76,. 28. '-.. .- 5, 79, 31. .6, 81, 39. . :JV -'v 7, 69, 21. 5, : ''. ' - - 8, 70, ,27. X.r" f 5 ; '. 9, -80,, . 30. ' Local Brevities. - Weather warmer. We are sorry to say that James Booth is too ill to attend to his du ties at his store. i Fresli Lime for sale on and after Wednesday, April 14, 1897, at the residence of Edward Christian. -h. St. George is now well represented in the' missiorary field six of 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. — 10 April 1897

mm i I . Hi I IK r HDIL 1 I ?w Get it I 1 I ; Bead it ! I I '.., Subscribe for it ! H wmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm I - $1.5 I I . AH kinds of produce taken at I Cash rates if delivered aaH'1 I , . at the office. BaaaM Job Printing BTaTaTaTaTaV At Prices to Suit the Times. R (j fflBa-MN19BMBVaMMMMiaaBaaBaMiaaaaaajBaaBj If v The Union, ftf . f 1 - cr ' St. (eorg? - - Utah. Hint I'M LJP M . , ' , PROFESSIONAL CARDS. Frcdcrie CUft, LL. D. John Ward ChriatUu. CHRISTIAN AND CUFT, St. George and Beaver, Utah. David H. Morris. GODNTY PROSECUThXO ATTORNEY . T. H. RIDING, Tonsorial : : Artist. Cau Shavo you or Cut Your Hair in any style of the day. ST. GEORGE - - UTAH. J. K. MICHELS, North St., Saint George Utah; DEALER IN Patent Medicine, Olgnm, .tailonory, Prrfnmery, Gamll, 6oipf, B:uslifl. Violin nnd Guitar Strlngi, Ac, CbcnpT than the cheapen. tfjKm. O0XP0UNDB0NE3ET PILLS diybjJr a great remedy for headache, in wUJraT digestion and LiVRRCOHrtAiKTs. rZ&2r iikw coated. 25cuu All stores, WANTED G...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 17 April 1897

Hi TBHH til J8f' - .. "'.V"" " T" ' . J7 .vol ' J. ' ' -i . M.n ,. t "FROM THE LITTLE ACORN GROWS THE MASSIVE OAK." V 1 V r .,, ? .Ji ' ' - " ' ' - I Vol. 10.. N617. . St. George, Washington Co., Utah, Saturday, April 17, 1897. TERMS ft eisiftS:-11 '' I I PURPOSES OF READING. ' I think it has been said that a very accurate estimate of a person's character can be found by simply knowing the kind of matter that person reads. This shows the imr portance of choosing the best works of the best writers, and in such a time of plenty, it is certain , ly unnecessary to accept anything but the best. Knowing the neces sity of good reading, we may more correctly judge of the true object : of such reading. j There are two purposes for y which reading' is done; namely, ' improvement, and pleasure, fwo ;' broad terms which include a great j . deal. If improvment is the aim, information is sought for. Every person should try to grow, that is, become mentaly stronger in every line. From a 'practical...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 17 April 1897

H H ' H I B ' H "' - jyam iiiViMfiwiri' mr ." . ". .jy.a-.:;TV.tf jati. -; 7nVr: ! , THE OWJN H; rh&tefcdtf evenyurayt , H f 4gt George, Washihgfcte'Co., 'tffeih,, H'j BY H ' f EDiroKfc fttOPUIKlVH. B f ' Ono copv, one year, $1.50. ' ' Oue .pv, six months, .. v Oae copy, three months, -W. I if SATES OF ADVERTISING. I !j i week; t uuntfi: 6 months f o.-.e ve". f One im-h, $u-oa. $.7S- iS.to. m. f V column, .?5. 5-S . 9-S- Vi column i J.oo. ro.30. iy.30. agl.oo. & c column. " 3.75. ijico. jcmkk 45- HI J&T Local notices in readlu type, ten v cents Hoe, each insertion. HI EBTWc respectfully request that con- H tributnrA Willhand in the general rend- 1 lng mutter that they desire to appear in H the eurtring sftuc, not luter than TueB- i day morning, and local Items not later 1 than Friday evening, of each week. 1 Address all communfcatlona to l THE UNION, l Box 612. ST. GEORGE, H Washlugton Co., UTAH. m Im 1 id at the Post Olllcu at St, George, 1. - Wellington Co., Utah, as s...

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