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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 11 September 1897

vPH f ."THE UNIOM.' I H "FROM THE LJTTL.K ACORN GROWS THE MASSIVE OAK." M Vol. 10. No. 38. St. George, Washington Co., Utah, Saturday, September 11, 1897. tW TERMS aff&Sffi M I JlIS BROTHEH'S KEEPER. I OY GWENDOLEN OVERTOIL I &&'' IT JLT HEN a man- who is yet young ar YY rives at the conclusion- that life j holds nothing more for him and that he can only devote himself to the good of others, there is still plenty of keen wretchedness in store for him. If he gets up after a bad blow and is actively miserable, and somewhat hateful and resentful, he can yet be happy. But self immolation is not natural, and any thing unnatural brings its own punish ment. Another person and other peo ple cannot be the center of the universe for very long. There may come a jar that will put you out of plumb for a bit, but you swing back to your normal po sition. r The jar that came to Osborne was a hard one. The girl to whom he was engaged told him that her parents were forcing her to marry 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. — 11 September 1897

LH I THE UNION. H ST. GEO ROE POST OFFICE. H The mail from the north arrives evcrj day except H Tuesday. H Tnc mail from Pine Valley and the South arrives H every Tuesday and Saturday and leaves on Moa- H day and Friday. H The office is open from 7 a. m. to 7 p. m. every H day xccpt Sundays and holidays when it is open H from 4 to 5 p. m. H Money order and Registry department open from H 8 a. m, to 5 p. m. JOliN PYMM Postmaster. BH " BBw ' H Sep. l)ate. Daj. Night. H .Mercury was: 4, 9o, 50. 5, 99, 49. 6, 90, 59. 7, 99. 64, 8, 93, 49. 9, 92, 54. 10, 92, 49. I Saturday, Sep. 11, 1897. I Local Brevities. Subscribe for the Union. Herman Fascher has returned to I town again. H John Gray has put a new shingle H roof on his residence. A The Rio Virgen Mills has closed B for a short time but will open again m soon . H Rev. G. M. Hardy, Presbyterian B minister of this city, returned home Hp this week, from his summer outing. I Many bushels of fruit is roting, in Washington county, this year...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 18 September 1897

i aaal aaH -g-rn TT T''':' TT'TVT T f 'IT iiSr ' 'J -3- I H H I 111 - -tEp' - : X . JlL Jlj U i A v i t . aP- ' ', -, , - - . n - i. , - , -i ,n- ir m i .mij- i "x saBBal I"FROM THE LITTLE ACORN GROWS THE MASSIVE OAK." fM C :. uH j Vol. 10. No. 34. St. George, "Washington Co., Utah, Saturday, September 18, 1897. tgr TERMS fe.ABtt??AfI:. "-: V. '' fl K NATIONAL GAMES. Antiquity of Many of Modern i Times. ' Poker Played IB Persia In Ancient Time Iadlaaa bad 'Lyant" Be fore ColambM Landed In America. 5 Mr. Stewart Culin, director of the Museum of Archaeology andPaleontol- ogy of the University of Pennsylvania, whose advance articles, on the work he is compiling on the games of the world i has attracted so much, attention, has , been spending a few days at the Na- tional Museum in pursuit of his stud- t I ies. For the past eight years Director ' Culin has been collecting data and spec- 1 imens of games which are played by all I the nations of the world, and has also made as complete a c...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 18 September 1897

N "iLi ?-.':? ae i '""""" ' .h.ihiihh- 1 THE UNION. w Published every Saturday at n St George, Washington Co., Utah, S ' , by 'y joa. TIT. Oarpoaxtor, . KDITOtt it PBOPKIETOK. f TERMS IN ADVANCE. One copy, one year, Jl- One copy, six months, .80. One copy, tbree months, -so. BATES OP ADVERTISING. i week; t month: 6 months; o.-.c year. i ' nnc inch, $1.00. $1.75 S3-00' $.o- X column, a.75. SS "3 10.5. 7, column, .oo. 10.50. 19.50. 19.00. 1 column. S.75. i7-o. 3o-- 45-. L :Jl J-Local notices in reading typo, ten 'lyjfj cents a line, each insertion. yS QSTWo respectfully request that con- " j$ tributors will hand in tlio general read- C ing matter that they desire to appear in 1(1 the ensuing issue, uot later than Tues- L Jl" day morning, and local items not later yy x- than Friday morning, of each week. Km Address all commnnfcatlons to S- THE UNION, JL Box 512, . ST. GEORGE, . W Washington Co., QTAH. Es ' Entered at the Post Offlcc nt St. George, m Washington Co.. Utah, as second claB...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 18 September 1897

THE UNION. ST. GEORGE POST OFFICE. The mail from the north arrives every day except Tuesday. The mail from Pine Valley and the South arrives every Tuesday and Saturday and leaves on Mon day and Friday. The office is open from 7 a. n. to 7 pt m. every day -accept Sundays and holidays when it is open from 4 to 5 p. m. M.nty order and Registry department open from 8 a. m, to 5 p. in. JOHN PYMM Postmaster. IDaily Toreador tta.i'ois. Sep. Date. 'Day. Night. Ifercury was: 11, 88, 50. 12, 87, 52. 13, 87, 39. 14, 91, 40. 15, 91, 42. 16, 94, 49. 17, 93, 53. g motm n m . i rail: ""Saturday, Sep. 18, 1897. If you have an aching tooth have J. M. Gates pull it. The little rain Saturday even ' ing was quite refreshing. Good, reliable, Elgin movement, Silver "IFatch, for sale for T. O. by John Pymm. ' .. . m If you are thinking of buying a ! fire and burglar proof Safe, give ! J. W. Carpenter your orders, and ' get a Victor. : Prepare to plant an abundance of 'Mulberry trees the coming winter 'so ...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 18 September 1897

Provo, Utah, Sept. 11th, 1897. To the Editor. Provo has just waked up from her summer snooze. The opening of schooji has brought renewed life to the town. The city presents a very beauti- Jjf ful appearance when viewed from W a distance; for instance from the p summit of Temple hill, situated at J the northeast of the city. But on nj walking about, we find many dirty streets and tumble-down fences r x and houses. It could, however, 1 with the aid of an energetic city I council, and a little stirring up of j I the people, be made as beautiful 13 as any city in the state. I' ' Students have been arriving dai- ly since about the 27th of August. Most of them find board and lodg- l I ' ing with families about the town. ; The price for such accomodations '; , is from $2.50 to $3.00 per week. f Some students prefer renting and I keeping house to boarding out, as I they claim it can be done with f much less expense. Some are I said to have boarded themselves for 65 cents a week. J During th...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 25 September 1897

I I " " ' - ' - . .11, , .,. - . .. m f H "FROM THE LITTLE ACORN GROWS THE MASSTVE OAK." I Vol. 10. No. 35. St. George, Washington Co., Utah, Saturday, September 25, 1897. m TERMS M&fdS&fiS: "1 I "Let tvery man ready fonder and cam t eomfort, for we are all prisoners of hope:' "BILL ART'S" JOY UrOX READING MILLENNIAL DAWN, THE "PLAN OF THE AGES." FOOD AND COMFORT VOR ALL THINKERS. , READ HIS COMMENTS. From Atlanta Constitution. A kind lady has sent me a book of 350 pages called Millennial Dawn," published by the Tower Publishing Co., in Pittsburg, Pa., which will, I believe, awaken the think ; ing world. I see that its sale is aheady over : twenty-hve thousand. It is impossible to i read this book without loving the wi iter and 1 pondering his wonderful solution of vhe great mysteries that have troubled us all our lives. There is hardly a family to be found that has not lost some loved one who died outside the church outsiae the plan of salvation ami ii Calvinism bo true out...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 25 September 1897

HM"." 3. r p .""" - H ; ir -- If! THE UNION. K 'V Published every Saturday at K$& St. George, Washington Co., Utah, r P by Jos. 'W". C3,xi3oxx1;o3r, I EDITOR 4: PIlOFlUKTOtt. Id' TERMS-IN ADVANCE. I One copy, one year, l,cn One copy, six months, -SO. - One copy, three months, sl .?' I RATES OP ADVERTISING. i week; i month: 6 months; o.-.c year. One inch, $i.oo. $2.75- SS.oo. $w.oo. Vcoiumn, 2.7S. 5-5- 3 oo. io.5- column, Coo. 10.50. 19.50- 29- $, i column. fc-75- 7-. 3.oo. 4S-" . flgrLocal notices in reading type, ten $j cents a line, each insertion. 11 (gpWo rcspcetftillv request thnt con- f trlbutors will hand in the general read- h incr matter that they desire to appear in H the ensuing issue, not later than Tues- j day morning, and local items not later ' than Friday morning, of each week. I Address all coramnnfeations to THE UNION, Box 512, ST. GEORGE, fi Washington Co., UTAH. Mr J Entered at the Post Oniee at St. George, i . Washington Co.. Utah, as second class ' matter, ...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 25 September 1897

r THE UNION. ST. GEORGE POST OFFICE. The mail fioin the north arrive every day except Tuesday. The mail from Pine Valley anil the South arrives every Tuesday and Saturday -and leaves on Mon day srid Friday. The 'office is onrn frotn 7 a. in. to 7 p. 111. every day -xcept Sundays and holidays when it is open frot- 4 to s p. in. M-v order and Kcjjistry department open from 8 a. in. to 5 p. in. JOHN l'YMM Postmaster. Sep. Date. Day. Night M ercury- was: 18, 96, 58. 19, 87, 62. 20, 90, 57. 21, 94, 55. 22, 99, 56. 23, 9S, 61. ' 24, 93, 59. irinrmwnnwi mmn inwn wmmi mini mi in mi Tr HIT m Saturday, Sep, 25, 1897. Oregon Sihort Line Railway To Salt Lake City & return. CONFERENCE TICKETS Will be on Sale October Second to Fifth inclusive: Limit October fifteenth: at following rates, for round trip: Frisco $6.70; Mil ford $6.00; Smiths Ranch $6.00; Black Rock $5.50. Trains will run from Milford and Frisco on Sunday, Oct ober 3. Tourists Sleepers on all trains. ' - If ?you have an aching 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. — 25 September 1897

H Dehorn the Dairy Cows. H The dehorning of cattle is a sub- H ject which may be said to be settled H in the affirmative so far as the great H dairy districts of Illinois, and Min- H nesota are concerned. A journey H through these States will show to the H intelligent observer that nearly one- H half the cattle are minus their horns. H And it appears to be the case that H the large herds have been dehorned H more completely than the smaller H On approaching a farmer for his H reasons why he had dehorned his H stock he stated that it made the H, cows more gentle and docile, and H that he noticed somewhat of an in- H crease in the milk yield since it H' had been done. The cows lost the H' fidgety, nervous appearance and H did not seem to be so much afraid H of the leader of the herd H Now as to the humanitarian side H of this question. Humane people H who live in town and have had no K) practical experience with stock p speak of dehorning as cruel. But H it is not. It is an act of mer...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 2 October 1897

If 'TIT " '&''!' it w-l'y"''fl'!' Iuiiliw,ai f "' ' ' i- "'"" ':'- ? .. ; "' --' ' - J"ftLifc- - . MMaM ( ' ". '',. I ' &i I j iT I ri XL U l I v 1 ill . "FROM THE JrTTJLK ACOllN OROWv l HE MASSTVE nAIC." , Vol. 10. No. 36. St. George, Washington Co., Utah, Satr day, Ootober 2, 1897. m TERMS JCtittFiS " .j,iM inn m EARLY ALASKAN WAR. An Old-Time Battle Between the Tninkita and Aleuts. SnnKutnnry Strife Where Now Amer Icttnn Are Seeking Gold A Yan kee Skipper Had a Hand in It. Just about 100 years ago there was a sanguinary battle in Alaska between the UlinkiU; and the Aleuts, two tribes that then entertained sentiments of Hostility for each other. The cause of the battle, the circumstances of it, and the dire ending of it are described in the Kussian records appertaining to the iar northern territory, which is now under the American Hag, but for merly belonged to the czar's empire. I To Alaska there came from Siberia, ' in or about the year 1790, an adven turous trader, a Ku...

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 October 1897

I THEUilOI. H Published every Saturday at H St. George, Washington , Co., Utah, B BY 1 EDITOU k PIlorillEi'Oll. B TIiRM3-I ADVANCE. B" One. c.Ou, hup vear. l,Sn' . Ouer.ipv, six month", H " (jae cjpy, tliru months, B . RATES OF ADVERTISING. B W .Jt "' i week; i month: 6 months; o.-e vcar. column, J.75. S-SO. I3. 9-S; V, column, 5.00. 10.50. 19.50- 9 - 1 column. ' ?.7S- '7-. 30.00. 45.00. B JO" Local wit Ices in re.adinR type, ten H codih a line, each insertion. B C"V' rcspectfnllv request, that con- trtbutors will limit In lli pMiorul reajl- inc twitter thufc thev desire to uppunr in the ensuing issue, not later than 1 nes- day morninp, and local items not later thiin Friday morning, of eaeh week. m , Address nllcommnufcations to K- THE UNION, Pox 512, ST GB0RTTTAF H Washington Co., UlAt.. B Kntoroil at the Port Offleo at St. George, W.-iBhtnjrton Co.. Utah, as second class H matter, March 27, 1890. H( -,,.. ' ' ' ' Saturday, Oct. 2, 1897. . HARD TIMES. B "; -:.,f ' The cry of hard ...

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

r I I 1 Hf I fl I I I III THE UNION. ST. OEOROE POST OFFICE. The mail from the north arrives every day except Tuesday. The majl from Pine Valley and the South arrives every Tuesday and Saturday and leaves on Mon day and'Friday. The office is oiirn from 7 a. in. to 7 p. m. every day except Sundays and holidays when it is open froiw 4 to S p. m. MvBfy.order and Registry department open from S a. in, to 5 p. m. JOHN I'YMM Postmaster. Daily Toxnporatures. Sep. Date. Day. Night. Ifercury was: 25, 96, 51. 26, 90, 55. 27, 95, 57. 28, 84, 53. ; 29, 89, 52. 80, 83, 60. Oct. 1, 83, 40. Rain 67-100, Saturday, Oct. 2, 1897. Oregon Short Line Railway. To Salt Lake City & return. CONFERENCE TICKETS Will be on Sale October Second to Fifth inclusive: Limit October fifteenth: at following rates, for rouncl trip: Frisco $6.70; Milford $6.00; Smiths Ranch $6.00; Black Rock;$5.5o. Trains will run from Milford and Frisco on Sunday, Oct ober 3. Tourists Sleepers on all trains. 31-&z.:aa.GXil Serv...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 2 October 1897

m i n t ..! I, i B J" 'i'"Tw,Qnrsivi'",',ni"!'w;w'-lj'uiM,''juu'u'J''w'" wiihoi.imh),, H iWiimwpPMwt wwrifff wwiiiii www i i . i m m . - I Get it! I . Read it! I Subscribe for it ! fl . All kinds of produce taken at Cash' rates if delivered I at the office. H ; I Job Printing I 'At Prices to Suit the Times. . H flff" """"' F" - "-" i- -n i-T-)TT-n TTir-i r"r-ninnn m - . - t; Tne Union;, """ I St. George, -. . - Utah. I :' 1M1IJI,11 IMIIIUMIIM IM1LLILI,1 J--;uf-Vf-SrJM!aMIRMlllt i ,, , mil I 4.,. I Mill HI-" t-l lTn TT1 B RIOVIRGElMILLS, 1 Manufacturers of Cotton and Woolen Goods, aro taking in exchange I for the same, Cotton, Wool, Flour, Grain, and all kinds of Farm and Dairy products. THOMAS JUDD, Lessee. Furniture, Wnll Paper, Linoleum, Blinds, Tables, Lounges," Spring Beds, Matresses. Mirrors, Feathers, Trunks, Baby Carriages, Poultry , Wire Netting, Agricultural Implements, Machine and Wagon Extras, and Undertakers Supplu s, all at bedrock prices. io-io-0ni PROFESSIONAL CARDS. ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 9 October 1897

t W - ' ' 1 "FROM THE L.TTTL13 ACORN GROWS THE MASSTVR OAK." j' Vol. 10. No. 37. St. George, Washington Co., Utah, Saturday, October 9, 1897. W TERMS lurfeo: ; A VISIT TO ROYALTY. What It Costs tho Noblos to Bo j Neighborly. i . Rich Gifts and Much Money for tlfc Poor Are Anione the Neces saries A Story in Line. ; Though Emperor William II. has not gene to Russia on his $1,000,000 special train this year, his trip is as costly and splendid as on former occasions of the kind. lie has taken a fleet of ten men-of-war with him, besides the usual I throng of secretaries, officers and ser vants, numbering all told some 150 men. " In his strong box, which is a xart of his baggage on every trip to the court of a foreign sovereign, he carries $200, 000 of presents brooches, gemmed snuff boxes, rings, watches, diadems, and less pretentious trinkets for less pretentious persons. About $30,000 in cash is taken along, as the poor of the Ilussian capital must have their ron ventional gratuity of ...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 9 October 1897

I THE UNION. H Published every Saturday at M St. George, Was'. ,. ,on Co., Utah, j H EDITJU k I' it . KiKi'Olt. H TERM3---XiV ADVANCE. B Ou-j copy, one vear, $l.fiO. p One copy, six months, $ H Owe copy, three moatus, &. I j RATES OP ADVERTISING. H I i week; I month : 6 months; o. e vesir. f nne Sack, $1.00. $3 75- $S 00. $12.00. I column, 3.7S. 5-5- 3 - 10-50' column, S.oo. 10.50. i9-5- 29 I 1 column. 8.7S- 7-' 30.". -IS-00- j I JSTLocul pot.icfB In reading type, tun j cents a line, eaeu itiwe) Hon 1 I STWc respectfully reqneM that eon- ' I trlbutors will hsiiul in tin' general read- . ing matter that they desire to appear in the ensuing issue, not later than Tne 1 day morning, and loeal items not later I , than Friday morning, f each week. H Address all conunnnfcat.lons to THE UNiOV, JtnXfi12, ST.GEORGF, , Washington Co., UfAU., I Entered at tlie. Post. Offlee at St. George, ' I . Washington Co.. Utah, as n-eond elasK matter, March 27, 1800. I : Satnrday, Oct. 9, ISO". u Surve...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 9 October 1897

t , THE U i I O N ., ST. GEORGE POST OFFICE. ,' The mull from the north arrives every day except j Tuesday. Trie mail from Pine Valley and the South arrives every Tuesday and Saturday and leaves on Mon j day and Friday. The office is onrn from 7 a in. to 7 p. m. every day -xcept Sundays and holidays when it is open frot 4 to s p. in. '. Mrv order and Registry department open from , S a. in. 10 5 p. 111. JOHN TYMM Postmaster. i ZD,ly Tonaporaturos. ? Oct. Date. Day. Night. JWercury was: 2, 81, 47. 3, 85, 50. i' 4 79, 48. J 5, 8a, 55. I 0, 77, 50. I 7, 85, 46. ; 8, 73, 48. ' Rain8o-ioo, t ; Saturday, Oct. 9, 1897. i T7I7MrI ,A7",rS "X7V&,yrl On Friday morning, a desperate battle was fought at the southeast ; corner of the Tithing Office yard, . in the city of St. George, and the .' County Prosecuting attorney, the , City Marshal, an ex-city marshal, ' the County Sheriff as also an ex deputy sheriff, were all there qui etlylooking on while many were : killed in the conflict, and al...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 9 October 1897

I B 'iii w Jim nirfllgtiJUj mil this city, andanydog found running B at large during the time specified in I said proclamation, without being se H curely muzzled, may be killed by H any person. Section 7. Any person violating any of the provisions of this Ordin-i . nance, is guilty of an offense and on ! conviction thereof shall be liable toi a fine not exceeding thirty dollars y ' or to be imprisoned in the city jaili ', ' ; not exceeding thirty days, or to both j fine and imprisonment. i ' Section 8. This ordinance shall take effect and be in force from and I after its publication according to I ; law. I Passed by the City Council Octo- I ber 2d, 1S97. r Edward M. Brown, seal. Mayor. j I Attest: Clarence Jackson, 1 I City Recorder. I r I, Clarence Jackbon, Recorder of I : the City of St. Georg' Washington , I Couuty, Utah, hereby certify the I foregoing to be a true copy of an j : ordinance passed by the City Coun- II oil of said city October 2d, 1897, en- I titled "An Ordinance R...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 16 October 1897

. ., . 1 -a-OM;MBaBaii8aiii " jwwgyy"-v ""P"8- H MiFlTl IT Tl ITT TIT T "IT 8s- " -tf5- I t5 n, 1 ill -v- . ' .... 1 t , . . H "FROM TI-TK L1TTI.K AOOHN GROWS TMK MASS1VR OAK." H Vol. 10. No. 38. St. George, Washington Co., Utah, Saturday, October 16, 1S97. tr TERMS mZJ .fl - "" """ " mi 1 1 a, --ri 11 wumi i nwimiu i H A STEANGE PEOPLE. Some Oeremoniala of Southern Alaska Indians. The Carnival of Ghosts Is One of Their Mont Impressive Festivals Their Queer Cos tumes. The gold seekers flocking to the Klon dike are obliged to go through a coun try inhabited by some very queer ab origines who dwell along the coast of ' southern Alaska. These natives do most of the freighting across the passes into . the interior, carrying louda on, their backs; but their population during many centuries has been so shut away from other tribes bj' gigan tic ranges of snow-clad mountains that they have developed a peculiar culture and cus tome unknown ainywhexe else. Hence I the exceptional value of a m...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 16 October 1897

. : '-' THE UNION. H Published every Saturday at H St. George, Washington Co., Otah, m B; V EDITOR k ritOPlUKi'OH. Hj' TERMSIN ADVANCE. H't One copy, one year, $1.50. ti Onecnpv, six montbs, .SO B ' Use copy, three months, .45. : J BATES OF ADVERTISING. H , i week; i month: 6 months; o.-c vestr. H 1 nnc Inch, $i.oo. $275. , $S 00. $i.oo. H 1 coiumn, 3.75. 5.50. 13 00. 19.50. Mi , 7, column, 5.00. 10.50. 19.50. 2900. M ' j 1 column. 8.75. 17.00. 30.00. 45-' H ! -J3T Local not.lc b in reading type, ten H ' cents a line, each insertion. H " B2g" Wo respectfully reqneRt that eon- 1 , trlbutors will hatitl in the pone nil read- ing matter that they desire to appear in .the ensuing iHsue. not later than Tues- ' day morning, and local item not later H than Friday morning, of each. week. H rw Address all commnnfeations to T THE UNION. J Bnx512, ST. GEORGE, ) Washlugton Co., UTAH. M I Entered at the Por. Office at St. George, . 1 Washington Co., Utah, as second class r matter, March 27, 1806...

Publication Title: Union, The
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