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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 29 May 1897

I .j I f V THE UNION. ST. GEOROE POST OFFICE. ThcmaW from the nortli arrives every day except Tuesday. Tiic mail from Pine Vivlley and the South' arrives very Tuesday and Saturday and leaVet on ;Mon rlay and Friday. The-oflice-ls oneri from 7 a. m. to 7 p. m. every lay xccpt Sundays ana bollduys when ituis .open rroi 4 to 5 p. in. MwCfV-orner and Registry department-open from tJ a. sa, to 5 p. m. JOHN PVMM Postmaster. ' ' ' ' IU I Saturday, May 29, ,1897, 39aily "Toxia.jQuoxrcit-ULX'eM. 3Ifty Bate. Day. Night. .Mercury was: 3 100, 52. 323, 98, 50. r '24, 96, 50. ' '.25, 93, 47. 20, 98, 51): 27, 93, :4ft 28, , . BRECON SHORT LINE RAILROAD. .0NLS" $4.00 To the OTBILEE and return wia the 10RE60N SHORT LINE RAILROAD, JFrom Milford. Tickets onaaale. July 19th to :83rd. J Good returning until July 2Gih. . Tourist sleepers on all trains. : Anna "E. Smith was tapped; :again on the 20th of May, wheu- M Mr.CM t'todk 06 .pinte of dimd' IB . from iher. This amount 7j Bias .rill accumnlted bince...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 29 May 1897

I w M ' HlDjily Toi33.poratn.roa. i H 3Muy Date. Da'. Night-. H- V Mercury was: 15, 91, 40. ' ) - an, 90, so. , . 17, 88, 42. W 18, 80, 44. j. i9, 87, 44. f 20, 92, 53. K - l ,, aii 5i 47- I ' Liyl'WMuNYaWtiKcoHE. H4' -- I You cannot raftko people honest I by pnying them large salnies. Our tf . public servants were less suspect- f eel, and a less number were guilty, I when the salaries were smaller I than now. It is living beyond I income that has been with most I 4 defaulters the first step, and we B-" ' say in all earnestness that in every V case living 'beyond income was H needless and criminal. The great body of the people are in no mood I J to be trifled with by puerile pleas about syial position and beautiful H $ extravagance. That kind of life is I ; a essentially vulgar because it lacks ' Jf the highest culture, which is sel- B control and self-denial. V. H- I The Castle Valley News says, H ' "Eastern Utah is the State of '' I f Hell." We have often wondered H f ' who so 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. — 5 June 1897

I K ' ' i i i A ' , JTv' - 'II i ,. :M I "T H E ' U N 1 0 N i I r "P()M THE IJTTLB AOORN'GROWS 'HBE MASSIVE OA'K." I I Vol. 10. No. 2i. St. George, Washington Co., Utah, Saturday, June 5, 1597. - TERMS ft h'-S: I fe i W I 1. III M IIMIBB fl I School Land I Notice. j ' All actual and ibona fide settlers or occupants, who have iimproved rschool land were, on January ist, 1894, actual settlers or -occupants ithereon havcsthe right to (purchase , the land they have been-ocupying, tl. .-at private sale. at the appraised price, provided they'file their written ap- ,.. plications with this Board.prior to July ist, 1897. Failure to so file -their applications for the land they "j claim will resdlt in a forfeiture of 4heir right to so purchase. If occupants tif-school land desire Ho purchase at private sale they. Should lose no '.time in forwarding 4heir applications itolthis office. . VW&6LY K. VAL,TON,.SeC. , State Board of Land Coirmirssion-: . ! Salt Lake City, .Utdfa, May 10th 97- 1...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 5 June 1897

r -" H -- I THE UNION. I Published every Saturday at SGeorgey .Washington Ca, tJtah, BY H ED1TOU PllOPKIETOR. I TERMS. & AHVANCE. H One copy, one vear, S1"- One copjaixiWutbfl, '' H One coi-yi threw months, " I BITSJS'OP: ADVERTISING. H i week; i month : 6 niontlm; o.ne vear. One iridv $- $'-75- $S.oo. $u.oo. K column, v -75 5-5- '? ' & column;. 5.00.. 1050., 19.5"' 3vJ - rcolumH': 1;S- -"J" 3-00 ''a00, I jLocal notices-In readlagtypei ten 'dents a line, each insertion. I CWe renpeott'ullv request thafc on- trlbutors will .mini in tlie-Roncrnlirvajl- ing m:itterthit-tlicy desire to uppear in H ' the ensiling issuey not lntorvthun Tues- . day morning,' aiwlilftcul items not later than Friday morning, .of 'each week. H Address all corrnnunfeations to TUB UNION, ' Boxf.l2h STi GEORGE, WashinKton Co . UTAH. ' Entered at the Pop. Office nt St. George, "Washington Co., Utah, as second class matter, March 27, 1890. H - Saturday, June 5, 1897. TflE UTAH PIONEER JUBILEE, H ' H '''; '...

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 June 1897

f"" THE 'UNION. ST. GEORGE P08T OFFICE. Tlic mail from the nbrth'nrrivcs every dny except Tuesday. The mall from Pine Valley and the South arrives every Tuesday and Saturdiiy and leaves on Mon day and Friday. The office is open from 7 a. in. to 7 p. in. every day -xcept Sundays ana holidays when it is open ' frot- 4 to s i). in. M.rrv order and Hejjiitry department opep from 8 a. in, to 5 p. in. JOHN I' VMM Postmaster. 1 Saturday, June 5, 1897. XJa-iXy Toxtiporaturos. May Date. Day. Night. .Mercury was: 29, 104, 61. 30, 100, 62. 31, 94, 55. . ' Jun 1, 87, 53. 2, 95, 46. 3, 88, - . 4, 97, -. OREGON SHORT LINE RAILROAD. ONLY $4.00 To the JUBILEE and return via the OREGON SHORT LINE, RAILROAD, From Milford. Tickets on sale July 19th to 23rd. Good returning until July 26th. Tourist sleepers on all trains. In the United States Land Office. Salt Lake City, Utah, May 27, 1897. . . The United States Surveyor Gen t eral for the State of Utah has filed J in this office the following agricul t...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 5 June 1897

BBBBBH isH Mf '' """ " M ( JSSTFroge, toiulr? and serpents M v Jnever take nny food bat thufc which B 1- they are sniiBfied is ulive. BfiP'Fricndttlup is iho medicine M ior all misfoiiuno; but ingratitude M f 'dries up the fountain of all good- m "-ness. Richelieu. ' a. ' , H -. terTho love of flowers is natural i H fco all. The Almighty in his.ji)-.; H jSiiito wisdom hns ordained man B for the cultivation of the ?arth ; H and thus it is that wn are in n ' B manner, litae or patent Adain, H made gardeners, and our inclinn- H tions lend us to the culure cf B flowers. H ' F. Hope." Hope is the most price- H' les boom to nature given. Were H it not for its influence many would ' H be plunged in' the gulf of dark m dispair that uow tread the ways of H lonor and glory. The past has H been but n scene of bitter disap- H -;' pointments and blighted hopes to vf A many of us. The present is the H daily witness of the wreck o all H life's sweetest joys; but still hope m ehinee like a star, an...

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 June 1897

' , tsrHP I J Lr if T 1 I a f : - v I , ' . -$ JL' JLX JLU' ILJ -lik X w JL li--.0 S ,' "FROM THE LTTTJLB ACOKN GROWS TPTK MASSTVIfi OAK." , Vol. 10. No. 25. St. George, Washington Co., Utah, Saturday, June 12, 1897. W TERMS IiZi'S: H '" " ' " .'"' ' """ wmmu i ii in i i ' ,a '" "" ! '"! "iuwiiiiM.Hww)WW,oWi,.r ,.. IWI H School Land Notice. 1 All actual and bona fide settlers ' -or occupants, who have improved -school land were, on January ist, 1894, actual settlers or occupants 'thereon have the right to purchase the land they have been ocupying, at private sale at the appraised price, provided they file their written ap plications with this Board prior to July ist, 1897. Failure to so file their applications for the land they claim will result in a forfeiture of , their right to so purchase. If occupants of school land desire to purchase at private sale they .should lose no time in forwarding their applications to this office. Wesley K. Walton, Sec. State Board of Land Commission ...

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 June 1897

I t B ' "ft jttJi)'i ' i ' ' ' "- vm ft 44 aw fwt fcwrf m I ' , THE Ui'JlOK. Published every Saturday at H j5 t. George, Washington Co., Otnh, ? y ' ; &&, "VET. CJafjpoxxtoz-, i f(! EDITUU k i'liiPKIKIon. I J'' T3RM3-Io ADVANCE. H ? V. fcno copy, one v'.r, l."" r 1 va One cji), tnr mo.rbs. SATES 0? AD7SaTISX0. H f 1 1 week; 1 moiit'i: $ months; o. e veur. V ' One im-h, $1.00. $275. $S 00. $t.r.oo 6 - V column, J.75. 5-S"- '3 - ,0' J 34c1'inin, Soo. f..V. 19-S- iMo f 1 c:i.nt. 3.75. ij.cw.- 30.00. 3.. t 8& "Local noMc-h in wadinR lyp, lee $ ten & line, each iiiHiMtion. I I g-Wtt rHtjpwtfuHv fqWPt th?it. con- l trlbiiMirs will hum hi the general rcail- I In matter that thry tWstre to appear in I the ensuing iiBU not later than Tins.- 1 jnv morning, nn.i 1n:al Items not later 4han Friday morning, of each wtnik. H Address all cotrumn'ratlonfl to TUB UNION, Box r.12, riT.GEOROK, ' x Wellington Co., UlAii. I I Entered nt the lor Ortleo nt St. Gfenrpc, 4 Washington Co., Ur-...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 12 June 1897

THE .NION , ST. OEQROE POST OFFICE. ! Thp mail frotn the noi-tH'arrLvc every day except ' TucKd.iy. , ' ' VTiie ti:iU froin.Pinc Vulley ajid the South arrives rcr.f Tufes'dayiniid 'Saturday mid leaves on Mult w v fcy a'nd IMilajr. t " 'Thf office is orh from 7 :ujn. to 7 p. tn. every Jay xcept Sumlftys ana holidays when it is ojien dFror 4 to 5 p. m. ' Ms. r order and Hcf,'tstry department open fto'm . "9. m, tt5 p. 111. " JOHN rVMM PoutmustBT, ' V Saturday, Jane 12, 1897. ' Jun - Date. Day. Night. ilfercury was: , 100, 59. , a 6, 99, ., 66. - '' 7, 102, 58., ; ..'"'. 8, 103, 57. : ;' '9, 100, 59. 10, 96, 60. 11,, 102, 60. . ORE00H SHORT LtNE RAILROAD. c ONLY ;$4.00 To the JUBILEE and return ' via the "OREGON SHORT LINE RAILROAD, Erom Milford. Tickets on sal July I9tk to 23rd. Good returning until July 26th. Tourist sleepers on all trains. Weather has been uncomfortably warm of late . Eggs are 10 cente .a dozen eft 3Booths Store and since the old "women got a stick and run the liens...

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 June 1897

1 I It Hj ' ' I - f h Pkesidekt McKiklky, in making my jM t a conditional promise to visit Utah hX""' iu Julv usod rather a significant K'ft'T'"' expression. He would come, "if r -n '" Western senators wonld hasten to pf J. pass the tariff bill." This smacks ItaT . ." somewhat -of a mild bribo, or to uso . ' j j n more euphonious term, it was V t j. "reciprocity." The earlier the IN '.; - tariff bill is gotten out of the way, M vf nml a test of the moasuvo made, fcj ': the better leased will silver men W' ' .. be, therefore, we can see no reason $ C why the Western senators should Mr V not "rccroeate." Standard. For Satue I hare one and one. I v, fourth 'tots, without water right I , ' which I desire to sell or mortgage B For particulars inquire of David B. I ';. l .Needham,, St. George,-Utah. , H mm mm r' .AMERICAS MERCHANT MARINE. H The American Protective Tariff K- Xe'ague has just issued, in document ;, fornl) the speech o( Senator Efkins ' H ) .of West .Virginia ;on the subject...

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 June 1897

n -I 11 fl SB ' fl II I Frp TT 7 ' TT TIT T liT- -$ I I f :& JL ' . JL JL JLJ LJ 1. m J. y X Sli 2 I I : . ' I I "FROM TIHSJTTTLE ACQIW OROWS THE MASSIVE OAK" in J Yol. 10. No. 26. St. George, Washington Co., Utah, Saturday, June 19, 1897. $W TERMS AifS" I School Land 1 Notice. I" All actual and bona fide -settlers 'or occupants, who have improved -school land .were, on January ist, 3894, actual settlers or occupants "thereon have the right to purchase the .land they have been ocupying, at private sale at the appraised price, provided they file their written ap plications with this Board prior to July ist, 1897. Failure to so file J' .their applications for' the land they I claim will result in a forfeiture of I Aheir right to so purchase. I If occupants of school land desire H 0 purchase at .private sale they m .-should lose 'no time in forwarding atheir applications to this office. JK Wesley K. Walton, Sec. ! State Board of Land Commission s' ers. Salt Lake City, Utah, May iot...

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 June 1897

I .1 0 -'""'' I,- ly THE IS SON. -vj Published every -Saturday at iKf ' i Ooorgo, Washington Co., Utah, rf? bv f? kiTotsa "W- CrpoMLtor, li'l KUrrOB & lIi'wlljSiuB. I YTpmafl3-.IN ADVANCE, l?TW ne cop)', one year. 1S! ' '5$ "Oho Mp, nix months, "; IJ.'5 t)ne coj-7, three moat,hn. IfM JUTES OP ADTOSTISnTS. li'Vl ' i veck; i tnt.ntii: o months; oa vtar. ItJl ' c1i"h, $m. S--75- SwI- 8.n- ll'l co.Ht, ,.75. 5-5 'J' iV'0; Ijjl icolnttM. i.?J- 0O 5,l' j?& B32"ljf- notlcoH In rending type, tcu & ccnip a Hues cch iueeition. I 1 gjrVrespe8tfM1vvqnp.rt rtwt ooi- , trUiuiiirdwUl hand in tli tfonentl wml- I ' I inp m.iitur that thy ilH" to appear In I I the running issue, not lHir than 1 - I . 1 lay morning, and loi'Jil Items not litter I J than Friday morning, of cnclt week. I Address all -commnnfoatinns to 'I THE UNION, I Box MS, W.GE0H6J mahuigionCo., D1AH. I , Xnterod at tlie Tort Office at St. George, 1 i Waaliinjrton Co.. Utah, ji second class I I matter, March 27, 1S0G. I I S...

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 June 1897

1 I fcjl, I I IL.U.lbJ .f I I Ill THE UNION. ST. GEOROE POST OFFICE! The mail froin tlic north arrive tevery day except "Tuesday. ( The mail from Pine Valley antl the South arrive very Tuesday and Saturday aud luavts on Mnn- 4ayand Kriday. The office in onen from 7 a. m.i.to 7 p. m. crery I lay -xcept Sunday and holidays When it is open Stox' 4 u 5 p.m. ' M. order and ItagUtry department open frota S a. m, .c J p. m. J JOHN PYMM Postmaster. Saturday, .'June 19, 18977" Jun .Date. Day. Night. Jtercury vras: 12, 104, 63. d3, HOI, 68. ,14, 95, 59. , 15, 8, 45. :16, ,3I 46. ' 17, 89, 50. ! 18, 89, 53. (OREGON SHORT JllNE-flAILROAD. ONLY $4.00 To the .JUBILEE tarid return cvia the 0REGQfl 'SHORr LINE. .RAILROAD, ,From Milford. 'ick6tonssale Julyl9bhi-to 23rd. 'Good returning .until July 26th. Tourist-sleepers on. fell trains. Miss Artie S no w arid Miss Mary "Thompson hav.e returned .home. 3now have a few fihejgPJ I 3Tull Blood BEEZ3HIKE, and a few ehalf-breed 3E2SSEIHB 'PIGS for fjsale. ...

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 June 1897

l I B H MMMfcM wnwtrwwi mini MWrsCBWiMMMri ! . Exchanging Eggs. Il , Tho neighbors who thinks you i ore n fool for buying eggs of puro v fcreods will come along went spring Bjj and ask you to "exchange oggs" I j .with him. He is menu enough to fe discourage your altemp to im- i jj prove and nho moan enough to .j impose on you after you make the If I fltlonipfc. Whon a man buys eggs IJ lie is buying stock. Eggs can be Ip had at market price, but pure bred wj fitoe'e is not so easily procured. $( A man might as well ask you to II' -exchange a Eorkship pig for a us long-nose langspike, as ask you to If exchange eggs from pure-bred fowls for those from nondescripts. I ,1 When a neighbor asks you to ex- ' . change eggs he really does not B waul the eggs, for he may have I J plenty of eggs. What he wants is I "better stock. Lot him pay for his H . t share as you did. Poultry Keeper. m ' -AMERICAN MERCHANT MARINE. K i The American Protective Tariff K League has just issued, in document H f...

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 July 1897

' : m - 'Hi ' ' "38&T MF T T M I O 1T ' .1 i FKOM TI-BE J.rTTJLR AQQRN GROWS THE MAS8TVR.QAK.'' . i " ' - ' ' " . " i i 'H VoL-1Q- No. 27- StGeorge, Washington-Co., Utah, Saturday, July b, 1897. jr JERKS ftSr I j OREGON SHORT LINE RAILROAD. I ONLY $4.00 To the JUBILEE and return ) via the DREG0N SHORT LINE RAILROAD, From Milford. 'Tickets on sale July 19th to 23rd. Good returning until July 26th. Tourist sleepers on. all trains. THE.OTAH lONEPR JUBILEE. r IJn Commemoration of the Arrival of "Tdie I Pioneers of 1847." 'Special Coraespondcnce. Salt Lake City, June 23, 1897. Great preparations are being -jnade to receive and entertain President McKinley and parly in ihis city on July 24th, Pioneer Day, and -the last day of the great -Jubilee -celebration. At a meeting the Gommission-dield on the 9 th WBfc. t committee consisting? '-oyer sixty representative men ami women of the State was appointed by the Commission as "an advisory hoard and reception committee 1 to assist in formul...

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 July 1897

w Hi m- x THE. Ui!OW. I Published every Saturday at I St. George, Washington Co., Ulali, . OY H ' EDITOR & 12101'BITOB. B TERMS Itf ABVANCB. I On copy, one year, $1 t)!e cojiv, six month b, " & Unecapy. three months, KATES OF AOTETlSINa. H I week; i month: 6niuntltu; ore rear. One Inch, $i.oo. $275. 55o- $"-' ; column, J.7S- S-y- '300- '?-S0- 4 column, ;.oo. 10.501 I9-50- ,0- 1 column. 8.7S- 7-' J0,00' '5-00' B OTcal tjotlcsB- in reading type, ten v ctJins a line, each insertion. I fcSTW'e renpoctrully request that con- trjbntors will hnnil in the general read l in matter that they derive to appear In tho ensuing i8ane,.not later than Tues B flay morning, and loenl items not later H than Friday morning, of each week. m Address all commnnf cations to THE UNION, Box 612, ST. GEORGE, Washington Co., uiah. H Entered at the Post Office at St. George, H Washington Co'., Umh, ns second class matter, March 27, 1890. H ...... L- B Saturday, July 3, IS97. H w.-ii.- ' ' '' ' I APOLOGET...

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 July 1897

t TUB SIO M . ST. GEORGE POST OFFICE. The mall from the north arrives everyday except Tuesday. Te mail from Pine Valley anil the South arrives every Tuesday and Satan. ay ai.d leave on Mon ia anil Friday. , The office is oten from 7 a tn. to 7 p. ra. every 'ar -xcept Sundays anil holidays when it is open 'rote to S u. in. Mnr order and Registry department open from X n. m, ;o 5 p. m. JOHN r'MM I'ofclniiwter. Hfyii- w wwi mini 1 nainwwww I Saturday, July 3, 1897. Jun Date. Day. Night, jlfercury was: 2fi, 87, 50. . 27, 92, 52. 28, 97, 55. 29, lOO, GG. Pn. 1,ni 58. July 1, 103, 70! k . i - .---- Messrs Sainesbury & Howarth, the Salt Lake Photographers, after having a very deservedly successful run of business, are about to leave for pastures new. St. George has rarely, if ever, been favored with gentlemen in this line, who were so well hosted in ?.ll , the details of the photographic art. How they cater to the notions and opinions of the general public, giv-1 ing in every case, ent...

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 July 1897

I CORRESPONDENCE. SaixamentoCal. June 24, 97- H Suitor Union 1 . I left my home in St. George, the H 429th March last to fill a mission to ;this State. After attending Confer H enc in Salt Lake City, which I cn- M joyed very much, I was set -apart on H the 7th of April, in company with a H number of elders for different fields. H )n the 8th in company with elders H lunt and Urie, of Cedar City, Ben- H son of I'aTOwan, JSringhurst of To- H juerville, Bushneil of Areadow Creek H J -left Uie city of the Saints for the tGo&Sen State of California, elder I 3owman joining us at Ogden. We H Shad a very .pleasant time traveling through Nevada, over the Sierra Ne H -vada Mountains. On account of it H Hxjing in the night we were not per H mitted to see much of the beautiful H scenery da these mountains, but day H flight coming soon after we arrived H in this State the beautiful scenery H "began to loom up on every side. H ' California is, indeed, a beautiful Jand, especially in the early ...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 31 July 1897

al V 1. rl Jii. U 1IU 11' .1r I aaaaaal "FKOMTHIiJ,IIT !, ACOKN GROWS THE MASSIVE OAK." " H - " v . u jH Vol. 10. No. 28. St. George Wa si hik-jo.! .':, Utah, Saturday, July 31, 1897. I1T TERMS Si Aft" f i -- I agaHiHMBaa'MBB'B'aBBB'a'B'BBMBBMaBW'BBBVBBWM "Mnik irW ygalTtrfiCfcrtiiaMa f 'iMl"'iiMaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaanaalaaBMMaaaiaalii !!! naaaaaaMaaai bbbbbbbbbbbbb! IMPROVED METHODS. WHAT WILL THE COMING MAN DO IF THIS THING KEEPS UP. "Mazie,' said the yong lover, with delicate intonation, as he was escorting his best girl homeward by moonlighfc,uter the theater sup per; "suppose we follow out the adage instead of taking a car, shall we.Y "The 'old adage?' " said the fair one "You mystify me." "Why you know the ancient say of the wise men, don't you, where they say: "After dinner sit awhile: ' After supper1 walk a mile." For a moment the dear creature meditated, and then she lifted her voice in the solemn stillness. "George." said she, half sternly, "I am no angel myself...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 31 July 1897

M B ' ' THE UfJION. W Published every Saturday at 4 ' f George, "Washington ;Go., Utah. H BY r Joisi, "77i Oarptxi.tory R EDITOR & PltOPKlBTOR. H TERMS IN ADVANCE. H ' One copy, one year, $L.50. B v One copy, six months, .80. B j. One copy, three months 4&'- H, BATES Or ADVERTISING.) i i week; i month: 6 months; or.c.ycnr. Hj One tfich, ' $.oo. $1 75.- $S oo, $12.00: X column, 2.75. 5.50. 1 3 00. 19.50. fB i column, 5.00. 10.50. t 19.50,. 290a, ) 1 column. 8.75. 17.000 30.00. 45.00. B JfiJ-Local notices- in reading type, ten, K cents a line, each inseitiou. B C3P" We respectfully, n-qnest'tuat con- B tributors will iiiind in tlw general rend-.- B ing matter that thuyilustae'to.ap)oar. in B the ensuing issue, not lflttir thm: Tliea- B; day morning, and local hems not later K than Frid:iytnornlng, of each week H Address-all commnnfcatlons to B THE UNION,' W: . Box 512, ST J GEORGE;, . 'M, ' Washington Co., UTAHv H Knt6red' at tlto Post Office at SL George, H Washington Co., Wa...

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