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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 16 October 1897

v. selves up to believe they did right but it is only the counseling of Sa tan to his willing tools. There is nothing but the blackness of evil in them. Why does a man kill the one he pretends to love? The act itself proves not only the cow ardly nature, but one of supreme selfishness. There is no selfish- k ness more brutal than his. Borne times these base creatures a're sought to be made heroes of by weak and silly people. All such efforts encourage a further display of cruelty, the more cruel, the greater hero. Every such human hyena ought to be taught that there is no sympathy for him that he richly deserves to bo in a lawful way, placed upon the other side of the gates of death that his race should become extinct. Sympathy is wasted upon all such characters. They have no consci ence, they have no feeling, but that of the brutish beast of the lowest and most vicious order. Commonwealth. THE UNION. I ST. GEORGE POST OFFICE. ' The mail from the north arrives every day except i Tue...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 16 October 1897

f;' '." uauaa. Oa.'c3Lx23U,x3LOo, B Prohibiting Persons Under the Age H: ' of Seventeen years from being on Mf the Streets, Alleys or Public Places K ' in the City of St, George after K' certain Hours at Night. "fe Section i. Beit Ordained by tm, the City Council of the City of St. jgjl George, ' that it is hereby made 111 unlawful for any person under the Ik. ' , age-of Seventeen years to be, or ;. ' .,," . remain in or upon any of the Streets, jjftV ' ' Alleys or Public Places of the City m. -'..'' of St. George at night after the 9,'i ' hour of 10 o'clock from April ist to IB ..;', September 30, inclusive, and after "' J ft '""' , . the hour of 9 o'clock from ..October 3 ' ,' , 1st to March 31st inclusive, of each mi "''' ' year, unless such person is accom- ft " panied by a parent, or guardian or 'v'. -, in the performance of an errand iBv." or duty directed by such parent, lB!p ' guardian or other person having the hill !", care and custody of such minor IVV ' Person or whose e...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 23 October 1897

I I W H E U N 1 0 N . I ' "FKOM THE IJTTLW ACOKN GROWS THK MASS! VK OAK," "" I I !" I n ii l I I i i . i i I in , , .hi in. i i . i . i i i . , M Vol. 10. No. 39., St. George, Washington Co., Utah, Saturday, October 23, 1897. m TERMS MTyl'JW: ' I THICKS OE MEDIUMS. r Supposed Spiritual Phenomena Merely Legerdemain. Some of the Trick Employed by Pro t easionals to Hoodwink tlic Peo pleNot Genuine Spir itnallsm. A well-known, magician who has been before the public m'any years in hiB professional capacity contributes an' f interesting' article to the Scientific 9 American in the nature of an exposure of spiritualistic frauds. I The article was not written for the purpose of antagonizing- sincere be lievers in spiritualism, but merely to explain, how several professional "me-; diums" and a number of unbelievers in spiritualism have secured their release from cabinets- in. which they had been fastened. The writer frankly states that during- the many years he has given exhibitions of the...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 23 October 1897

1 THE UNION. H Published every Saturday at H St. George, Washington Co., Utah,' n by ft pom, "7fr. Oarpoxxtor, B EDITOR & PKOPltlETOB. 1 TERM3--IN ADVANCE. I One copy, one yew. l,i!n' I One copy, six months, .80. ; .' One copy, three months, -Q- 1 , BATES OF ADVERTISING. K , i week; i month : 6 months; oe vear. fl& ', One inch, $1.00. $2.75. $S.oo. $12.00. Kf ' J column, 2.75. 5-S. '3 - lo-5' Kb,,, ri column, 5.00. 10.50. 19.50- 39 oo- &' , 1 column. S.7S- 7-. 30-". 45-. Bt; l s 83-Local notices in readlnj? type, ten filgA,--: ' , '' cents a line, each insertion. Hp'i'v. k gg-We reBpeetfiilly ri'qnert tlmfc con- KjfiiL trlbutnrs will hand in the general reiicl- WM $& 1 injr mutter that they desire to appear in 4v the ensuing issue, not later than Tues m&ih day morning, and local item not later K ; Y. than Friday morning, of each week. H 1 Address all cotnmnnf cations to SH;?1 ' THE UNION, K V Box512, 8T.GEOROE '"'' ' Washington Co., . UTAH. Hfe , - " K ; ' , Ente...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 23 October 1897

' ' I III THE UNION. ST. GEORGE POST OFFICE The mail from the north arrive every day except The mall from Pine Valley and the South arrive every I uesday and Saturday and leaves on Mon ay and Friday. The office is ouen from 7 a. m. to 7 p. m. every day -xcept Sundays and holidays when it is open fron 4 to 5 p.m. ' Mvy rder and Registry department open from 8 a. m, to 5 p. m. ' JOHN PYMM Postmaster. 3DJ.ly Tonxporaturos. Oct. Date. Day. "Night. -Mercury was: 16, 63, 30. 17, 68, 32. 18, 76, 34. 19, 79, 36. 20, 80, 35. 21, 77, 43. 22, 82, 42. Rain 24-100, Saturday, Oct. 23, 1897. BaP'Good clean wheat wanted at t The Union office."&ft Opera House, "St.. George, 23rd and -25th. Popular Prices. Mr. George B. Cloud, attorney, changed his mind and went to Lingman, Arizona. j A few loads of fire wood want-1 ,,. ed, $5oo in T. O., cash, grain, flour, V , some cash; At 0. Tye's Photo J Gallery, next to Post Office. I -y - - . The rad leading to Bloomington j just beyond the Olara Creek, we...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 23 October 1897

V fl k . I ' i 111 ll'IM t ' : B.'Y -flLax OrdLinaxLoo, H. ; Prohibiting Persons Under the Age H of Seventeen years from being on , t the Streets, Alleys or Public Places M f in the City of St, George after K ' certain Hours at Night. H' v Section r. Be it Ordained by Ht J the City Council of the City of St. i' ! George, that it is hereby made I unlawful for any person under the ( age of Seventeen years to be, or '"' J j remain in or upon any of the Streets, m l Alleys or Public Places of the City Hj I of St. George at night after the - hour of 10 o'clock from April ist to 1 U September 30, inclusive, and after H' H the hour of 9 o'clock from October H b ist to Marcli 31st inclusive, of each H I year, unless such person is accom- H ' panied by a parent, or guardian or H , is in the performance of an errand H f or duty directed by such parent, H ) I guardian or other person having the H ft care and custody of such minor H ' 1 person, or whose employment makes H yt I it necessary to b...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 30 October 1897

1THE UNIONS 1 M '" " ,.,.., ,. , ,,'-, ! :tu,. H m "FROM THE JilTTl.K ACORN CROWS THK MASS1VK ,K." H i Vol. 10. No. 40. . St. George, Washington Co., Utah, Saturday, October 30, 1897. tW TERMS lXx??.&Z M ji JI1 rrn ITT-' r in r i I IWPW !! I l)ll IHW HI nM M 1 1 1 l I ! II I I Ilium "WW ill M f I I nni rl CM Tl TTIWil Wfi r milWIWH Ml MH I IH mi l r I M tCaVMlClMVMMJVJrSMMMaUbJVHli.JSMM MJMJTJJ MIVMM lil MMMM4MHBMlM)MMMMMl H jj CAT IN A PIPE ORGAN. 1 Unusual Experience of a Hotel Cat If In a MuhIc Dox. W A few nights ago, when the big aeo- K lian at the Great Northern 'began its j B usual evening programme it didn't ' seem to work just right, says the Chi- 1 cago Chronicle. The aeoliau was doing I its level best to play the wedding march i from "Lohengrin," but made an awful i I mess of it. I The first strain, which everybody re- I I members goes "Runi-vum-te-tum," was j$ - followed by "meouw-wow-ow." All the I . crowd looked up at the organ and trietf ! ! to locate the spot whe...

Publication Title: Union, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 30 October 1897

K THE UNSON. K Published every Saturday at V St. George, Washington Co.r Utah, pH lost 7V. Oarpoiitor, E KDIT U & PltwPlUKJ'OK. p TliRMJ 1 ADVANCE. k One copy, one VHHr, $1.00. fc OuecnpV, gix m m'bo, .80 F Uneciiy, liiriemomlis, .45. K, BATES OF ADVERTISING. UT i week; i month: 6 months; o. c Vear. T One inch, $i.oo. Sa.75. $3 00., $12.00. 5( column, 3.75. 5.50. 13 00. 19.50. T n column, 5.00. 10.50. 19.50. 2900. f 1 column. S.75. 17.60. 30.00. 45.00. m KSTLncal intics In reading type, ten P cunts a liuo, each .itHcttiin. H E3TWp r'sp'iM fully request that eon- Hl tributors will hanrl in the got 1 oral rcad- K iti;; matter (lint they desire to appear in f the ensninjr ixHiie, not later than Tnes- (lav inoniiiiir. anil loeal item not later B than Friday morning, of each week. E Address all cottimnnfeations to L THE UNIOV, . K P X5I2, ST. GEORHE, K Wusblutr'oi o., UTAF. V Kntered at the Post Ollleo at St. George, H Wahinsrroii (jo.. Utah, as second elass - mutter, March 27, 1896....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 30 October 1897

THJE UK ION. ST. OOflOE POST OFFICE. Th mail from the north arrives every day except Tuesday. The mail from Pine Valley and the South arrives very Tuesday and Saturday and leaves on Mon day and Friday. The officcis open from 7a. m. to 7 p.i m. every day xcept Sundays and holidays when it is open (row 4 to 5 p. m. Maty order and Registry department open from 8 a. in, to sp, m. JOHN r'MM Postmaster. I Oct. " Dnte. Day. Night.; iMercury was: 23, 80, 38. i i. 24, 58, 37. I 25, 62, 34. I 26, 61, 29. I 27, 62, 24. I 28, 66, 26. I 29, 68, 29. I Rain 14-100. I I "Saturday, Oct. 30, 1897. ' HOME NEWS. ! fiGood clean -wheat wanted at Tli'o Union office.- ' I. C. Macfarlane lins reiurnedi from his business tour. ' ' JaTGrood clean wheat wanted nij The Union office ; who can supply I it?"a I i This week we had a pleasant) call from. Art Louder, son of: James J N. Louder who formerly lived at Silver Reef, Utah. i Mr. George R. Cloud, attorney,! changed his mind and went 'to Kingman, Arizona. Al ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 30 October 1897

T , a OrcUnazioe F Prohibiting Persons Under the Age 9 of Seventeen years from being on WL the Streets, Alleys or Public Places W in the City of St. George after K certain Hours at Night. H Section i. Be it Ordained by W the City Council of the City of St. k George, that it is hereby made W unlawful for any person under the k age of Seventeen years to be, or r remain in or upon any of the Streets, B Alleys or Public Places of the City L of St. George at night after the B ' hour of 10 o'clock from April ist to H September 30, inclusive, and after B the hour of 9 o'clock from October B ist to March 31st inclusive, of each B year, unless such person is accom- B panied by a parent, or guardian or t is in the performance of an errand B or duty directed by such parent, v guardian or other person having the B. care and custody of such minor L person, or whose employment makes it necessary to be upon said Streets, P Alleys or Public Places during the ft night time after said specified hours...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 6 November 1897

I "1 ?THE UNIONS i pB ; ill PPpl ' K bSi - ,J V "FROM THE IJ'JTLFi ACORN OIIOWR THR MASSTVR OAK." ffl I Vol. 10. No. 41. St. George, Washington Co., Utah, Saturday, November 6, 1897. tT TERMS a. "?.& jl I jm ' ' ' "'" " " " ' ' ' '' "' i linn i wrunmniw in i ! l' mw . I, i Jl I SHETLAND WOOL. I It Is Plucked front the Backs of the Sheep. The chief characteristic of Shetland 1 hosiery is the extreme fineness of the &m wool used. This wool, says Chambers' K Journal, is obtained from the native B Shetland sheep, an animal of decidedly H meager appearance, and which a SOUT H' cm flockmaster would be' inclined to W "have none of." Nevertheless, this I humble beast, picking up a scanty liv- ing on the bleak hillsides where its larger relatives would starve, produces I wool of remarkable fineness; and when I it is mentioned that the natural colors I vary from black and white to an endless variety of grays, browns, fayvns, and iB,v chestnuts cf man;, hades (loeallj' called "moorit,"...

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 November 1897

H THE UNION. H "'Published every Saturday at B Si Gedrge, Washington Co., Otahj H KDITjU k 1'KOPlillU'ult. H T&RM3 I.i ADVANCE. H Oue copv, on voir, $1.50. H -v. Ompchu, ix in uitlm, .80, H Oue co y, tlir-t; tno.nhB, .45. H RATES 0? ADVERTISING. B i week; i month: 6nionthn; o.e venr. B Oe inch, $i.oo. $-.7S. $3 oo. $12.00. column, a. 75. 5.50. 1300. 19.50. HHB '? column, 5.00. 10.50. 19.50. 3900. BBb t cohiinn. 8.75. 17.60. 30.00. 45.00. H . Local noric s in reading type, ten H cemn a line, each iiiseilion. H Cg?VYo respectfully request that I'on- H trihiitors will hand in the general read- H iui; matter that tlH'V de-die to appear in H the entitling ix-me, not later than Tihm- B ' day iiiorniiijj, and local items not later H than Friday morning, of each week. H Address all commmifcations to THIS UNIOV, Box 512, st.gbo lints, B WaHhiiiRton Ho., UTAP. fl Entered at the lor OlhVo at St. George. H Washington Co.. Utah, as mcoihI elans H matter, March 27, ISOO. B Saturday, November ...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 6 November 1897

THE UNION. ST. GEOROE POST OFFICE. The mail from the north arrive! every day except Tuesday. The mail from Pine Vallev and the South arrives every Tuesday and Saturday nnd leaves on Mon day and Friday. The office is onrn from 7 a in. to 7 p. m. every day -xccpt Sunda) and holidays when it is open froi 4 to 5 11. in. M.rnv urcicr and Registry department open from 8 a. in. it 5 p. 111. JOHN PYMM Postmaster. Daily lT,oDGa.3poirt,uLioe. Nov - Date. Day. Night. M ercury was: 1, 74, 31. 2, 73, 31. 3, 68, 35. 4, 64, 27. 5, 67, 28. Saturday, November 6, 1897. JP JS'Good clean wheat wanted at The Union office.& Our editor is uuder the ordinary with a heavy eold. jfi ,f' " Time has been changed on the I ,; ' Oregon Short Line. See New Time Table elsewhere. &-. - H. T. Atkin is on the road to . Milford with two carloads of steers which he will take east and sell. ?i - . .. I A few loads of iire wood want- A $ v a 0(, $5oo in T.O., cash, grain, flour, I- $ some cash. At J'. Tye's Photo ...

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

W' Y I v K gyw;-j--ii "" I Feminine Dairy Wisdom. I' In selling the produce, whether I it is milk, croura, butter or cheese, B the customers are the ones to H please. I Study their tastes, find out what H pleases them and make it attract- H ive to the ye, and you can dictate H the price to a certain extent. H . If you fail to do this it is time H and labor lost. H Never milk with wet hands. It H is positivly nasty. It does not pay m to get a reputation for selling milk H or butter flavored with manure. m "What about the calveR? Are H they in the pig pasture eaten up H with flies? We hope not for your H sake as well as their oni? H Scrub cows are good enough for H a scrub man. H The best strainer is a careful, H painstaking herdsman and milker. m A poor milker is dear at any H price. Dorothy Tucker in Farm H Journal. H Demand for Mohair Yarn, m The American Wool and Cotton H Reporter says that a remarkably M strong demand exists for such m mohair yarns as are used in the B manufactur...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 13 November 1897

BBBBBBBSfl sKH I fTHE UNIONS J ' '' bbbbbS '' IHil -I l-ll-l I I - !.. 1 .1. '"' " .III- ..II I .. .1 Ml .I- - W .. M .1.1 -!! II ill - - . , . M "FROM THE IJTTLR ACORN GROWS THE MARRTVR OAK." 1 Vol. 10. No. 42. St. George, Washington Co., Utah, Saturday, November 13, 1897. tW TERMS mX&Z - i . -. , j JOHN WAS MIXED UP. 1 With Him the Typewriter and the Girl Were One and the Same. John was au office boy, but was big k enough to appreciate the good-looking girl when he saw one. lie was a nice B dresser, nnd withal quite a fine ap- pearing" boy. Ho was not well satis- fied with his position, but his ambition M was such that he hoped one day to be i a stenographer and master of a type writer. Keeping this in view, he had al ways practiced on a machine in the office. Indeed, all his spare time was ; put in that way, says the Cincinnati Commercial Tribune. One day his employer passed through h the office, and noting John at work, , as he had noted him 100 times before, he said: "John,...

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 November 1897

I I F THE UNION. fl Published every Saturday at If.. 'St. George, Washington Co., Utah, if i BY K f Tos, A. Qvro-.1;-- I Jr EIJ1T j It & PlluI'JUKi'UK. I I TiiRM I.; ADVANCE. I 1 ucoiv,rn vfiir, $1.00. I Jp''. O If (Mpi, 8iX 111 HMbM, .( I p Oue 01 y, 'int t-nio.iths. .45. I I RATES OF ADVERTISING. If', . ' i week; i month: 6 months; o. c vcsir. I n".c inch, $i.oo. $2.75. $Soo. $i..oo. ft 1 unimnn, j.75. 5.50. 1300. 19.50. I fi column, 5.00. 10.50. 19.50. 2900. 1 column. S.75. 17.60. 30.00. 45.00. I V Z. iSJfLoral 'iMcr s in radimr type, U'U I ' cuuit a Hop, each .nseition. , H tpr'c respectfully request tli.'it eon- trililitors w ill hand in tin general read I & inVr rimtrpr that they desire to appear in H I the fii8tiiiir issue, not later than Tue- f ilay mornim;, and local items not. later I than Friday morning, of oach week. H- g Address all commnnteations to I THE UN'OV. I Jloxril2, ST. GEOROR. I Washington Cn., UTAP. B 1 -- Entered at the Post OHice at St. George, Wash...

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

I Owners of small mines often bond them for long periods without knowing much about the men with whom they negotiate, and are thus prevented from making a sale themselves, even after the other party has failed to do so. It is proper, therefore, to inquire care fully into the standing and the intention oE those who wish to bond miin properties. M, & S. Press. ' 11 the union: ST. GEORGE POST OFFICE. II The mail from the north arrives every day except Tuesday. Tile mail from. Pine Valley and the South arrives every Tuesday and Saturday and leaves on Mon- dav and Friday. ' I The office is onrn from 7 a m. to 7 p. m. every I day except Sundays and holidays when it is open I froti- 4 to 5 n. m. I M.r pv order and Registry department open from ! . S a. m. u 5 p. m. JOHN PVMM Postmaster. 33,ily rPoxia.jrpo3L.t;-u.x-oiai. Nov Date. Day. Nihgt. .Mercury was: 6, G4,. 35. 7, 57,' 27. 8, 57, 18. 1 ' ' 9, 61, 23. 10, 67, 27. I ., .11, 70, . 34. ' '"' 1'2; " 74, 33. I s .. Saturday, November 1...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 13 November 1897

I Prospectus. The Third volume of the Utah Church and P'arm began with October ist, and will hereafter be issued on the ist and 15th of every month as a separate independent journal, by the Church and Farm , Company. Its leading features will , ist Sermons and discourses of the First Presidency, Apostles and lead ing Elders of the Church of Jesus Christ of latter-day Saints. 2d. Missionary news from all over the world. To returned Elders, and all who have sons, brothers or friends in the mission field, this feature alone will be worth the subscription price. I . J 3d. An epitome of the best I ' thought and experience in matters 11 pertaining to Agriculture, adapted l.j; to local conditions, from the fore- 1y most agricultural writers and ex- I i; V' perimenters of the day. As a hand- I book of the farm, in suggesting and I - illustrating better methods in all I , lines of farm practice, the C. and F. I will make the welfare and advance- I ; ment of the farmer its chief object. j ; I...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 27 November 1897

, THE UNIONS I I "FHOM THE LITTLK ACORN GROWS THE MASSIVE OAK." " M I Vol. 10. No. 43. St George, Washington Co., Utah, Saturday, November 27, 1897. tT TERMS 5ft.A.a:rAfi-S: 1 1 GROVER'S BOY. 1 Grover Cleveland's I V Wild with joy, I J k For the latest I ; f J Is a boy. Nf A Little brother I v 0 or e girls I v Who are now in a NNi Skirts and curls. . Nurse declares it V "Looks like pa;" Grover shelves his Books of law. J Wants to nurse it All the time, tJ v While he's singing L vSl" Little rhyme, 0 Won't go hunting Any more. JX For that baby I He'll adore. Cannot tempt Iiini Now to roam More amusement Right at home. Smiling visage, ;' lk Cannot frown IH&& Proudest father . 2 jF In the town. All spare time he'll Now employ Telling people It's a boy. IGrandPst future He will plan 3Tor that precious Little man, All his efforts Will be lent To make sonny President. Pittsburg Chronicle Telegraph. f The following is a version of ibis father's breeches: "When dad has worn his trous...

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

I'fh ,' THE UNION. t j, Published every Saturday at I Si George, Washington Co., CJtah, ( ... BY r . Toss. W. Oarpoaator, ' " EDITOR & I'llOPKIKlOU. . TERMS IrS ADVANCE. I One copvi oat vear, $1.50. L ' One copv, six months, . jj 1 One copy, ttirce months, -"lo. I BATES OP ADVERTISING. I i i wuck; i month: 6 months; ore year. I One inch, $1.00. $2.75. $S 00. $12.00. I column, J.75. S-S- '3 00. io-S0 I r, column, voo. 10.50. 19.50. 29.00. I . 1 column. $.75. 17.00. 30.00. 45.00. I 3TLncal notices in reading type, ten I . cents a line, each .nsertiou. i E2F"Vi! ronpoi-t fully request that cou- 1 . tributors will h;ml in the gnu'ial rcad- ' maticr that they tk'slre to appuar In ; the ousuiui; issue, not later than Tues- , day morning, and local items not later than Friday morning, of each week. , . Address all cotum'unfcatlons to ':" ,; THIS UNION, Box 512, ST. GEORGE, j Washington Co., UTAH. I Entered at. the Post OIHim' at St. George, I Washington Co., Utah, as second class J '; ...

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