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title: 'The St. George union. (St. George, Utah) 1880-1882, January 01, 1881, Image 3',
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STregard lo rice the 'Florida Dis
patch5 says; It. is ndmitled that il can
be planted profitably on any land on
which cotton or corn will grow, and
on a sreat deal of land on which col-
ton nnd corn will not grow, lhe
3 ield appears to be .from 40 to 50
bushels per acre, and to be worth,
for sound and clean rice, $1,25 per
bushel. -.At these figures H is evi-
f3 derhly a profitable production.'
' Here, rice is 15 cents per pound.
If wolitable to grow rice in Florida
at $1.25, U will surely be profitable
to grow it here, if it would only bring
len cents per pound.' True, we have
no rice milk hre, but produce the
rice and the mills will he erected
The culture of rice is very simple,
and about a peck will plant an acre.
The seed is planted in thills 2 to 2
feet opart. -For a good stand there
should be a spear of ri e evoy 2 or 3
inches in the row, which, like wheal
or rye will 'stool out' and make a
large bunch, "flice needs good culti
vation,'' says the Florida Dispatch,
'until it aets a good start in growth;
then it wilL take care of itself until
harvest time, when it can be cut and
handled much like wheat or other
grain. 5 '
f " ' to he continued. -
ST. GEORGE UNION.
i S3?-Wn shall deem it a favor if our friends and
-HX natrons will, send in local, items transpiring: in
' ff their vicinity. We also invite Postal Card Cor
respondence from all parts or the Territory, on
items of interest, local and general.
.Subscribers finding this Notice marked
with an X will understand that the time paid for
has Expired. Please rcnew.2
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Col. A. P. Hardy has rented the
s Canaan Meat Market for the next 13
. months. Hurrah for fat beef and
: - . plenty of suet! Don't give us any
Sfc ,3?m ? Pearce, in the lower part
of this city, had his "wood pile"
T burned on the 8th inst. How it orig
inated we did not learn. .
-VV- - We respectfully invite the business
men of thio city to step forward with
their advertisements and aid in sus
taining the Union, the only home
, pper in southern Utah.
Our friend A, wTlvins is erecting
an addition to his dweling.
" Scrior"t.George Union,
monthly, fifty cents a year.
;Bp: John E. Pace has purchased
i the residence recently owned by W
H. Carpenter, the broom maker.
Read our advertisement of, Rubber
s Stamps, then order one.
I" .-."J .
The weather is very changeablo,
cold, warm, freezing, rain, mud, dust.
Remember that Carpenter's brooms
are sold at the St. George Go-op. Store.
Onr eld friend Daniel Tyler, from
Beaver, is in town, looking hale nnd
happy Things are in a prosperous
condition up his way.
Live Business men advertise.
Read the ads. in the Union this month
and learn who they arc.
There are many strangers in town,
bound for the mines in Arizona.
Subscribe for Yick's Monthly Mag
azine. fate ad.
Bp. F. Jones, of Pine Valley, is in
town nnd reports the health of the
people of that place good, and
about 3 inches of snow on the ground.
John Pymm, Bookseller and dealer
in Toys, Notions, &c. has got a neat
S'how case for his bocks. . He has ;.
New stock of Books and Toys and
a larce assortment of Valentines.
If we are not mistaken there is an
Ordinance prohibiting the discharge
of or shooting with tire-arms within
the limits of this city. Why do not
our Policemen make an example oi
some of the law breakers who are al
most daily disobeying the law, judg
ing from- the many salutes that
reach our ears? Officers, to youi
There is a nuisance half a block
east of our office on each side of tin
turnpike. When there is much rain
there are two ponds of water which
rermins until it becomes stagnant. It
endangers the health of the people in
its vicinity and should be abated by
either drainirg or filling up.
Thanks to Harder, Luse & Co. of Chicago, for
numbers i and 4 of the 'Chicago Specimen.' This
Journal should be in every Printing Oflice in the
Hnd. Each number is replete with valuable in
formation for Printers and Publishers ; specimens
of New faces of type, and a fine display of Job
Letter, Borders, Cuts, Logotypes, &c. Their. Ro,
man scries No. 17 is truly beautiful, being large
and graceful. Their Banner Border No. 2, can
not be excelled in beauty and design.
The 'Florida Dispatch,' published at Jackson
villc, Fla., is more and more interesting each
issue, and contains much valuable information for
farmers and the general public. Weekly, 50 cents
The 'Scmi-W&kly Dcseret News' comes to us
enlarged to 36 columns, making it the largest
Semi-Weekly in the Rocky Mountain region,
while the price remains the same as bcfoic, only
Four Polllrs a year, Two Dollars for six montfis
three months for One Dollar. Dcseret News, Salt
Lake City, Utah. -
KJS-'Ma, go down on your hands and knees a
nS, ?ilcaV said a foU boy ,
'What on earth shall I do tliat lor pci.
CausJ I want to draw .an elephant.'
2?""Sveet home A hue-hive.
K27'Ah!' said Seniphina Angolu-n, r.pc:ikinjr ...
on some subject in which her fueling; veru,w:irm
ly enlisted, 'how gladly would I embrace !an op-"-i
portunity!' 'Would I were ;m oppoiUinitv!' ;" mmm
whispered her bashful lover. " jH
E R. SHOW'S ' "- I
POEM S ,, I
t u s t p 11 j j i 1 s 1 1 k
Jlrc for Sale al the .
DESERET NEWS .OFFICE. : 7
WOMAN'3 EXPONENT OHiw. ; i.v H
Utah Commission' Store, -
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Dwyor's BdoIc Store,"''
And tlie LION HOUSE, SALT LAKE CITY. ' H
PRICE, 1.20, $1.25. ANDUII.o v.,.;, "
ILLUSTRATED' FL()RL. (ii'lliE, ' I
A beautiful work of loo Pages. Ono Colored. BB
Flower Plate, and 5oo Illustrations, w.ith .
Dcscrijitions of thu best Flowers and Vt-gutahles, HI
with price of seeds, and liow to r.uv them.
All for a Fivic Cent Staait. hi linij-lisli or ler
man. Address, James Vick, lioeh;sier,. X. Y.
Are the best in the world. Five Ok:ts for po.t- '
age will buy the Floral Guide, telling how to mm
Address, JAIES VICK, Rochester, N. V. M
Toiin IMaudkr, . -Eunst ScijvNot'K H
President. . Secretary. WM
Ciiaki.es Kastuxhein, Supt. of t 'oifttructioii.
, "13041 -MOXIWIK STREET, ' 1 ' 1
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