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," .' ..-"; '" For Tfiii Union:
r, .'': viLEDICTUM.
. Air: "Farewell all eart'ily h nors."'
Farewell. all Printer's Rollers,
I want no more of you:
You fail to. bring the dollars,
When paper bills are clue.
V Farewell all types and cases,
. Yes, take my last farewell;
-Gftoc'l-bye my inky Devil,
'Let tears your bosom swell.
All 'subs" clue and expiring.
Please stop, reflect and think,
AVVre out of meat and firing, "
And stand on Ruin's brink.
A.vau nt all advertising,
-Begone, all unpaid "ad's;"
D,on'jt smile, it's not surprising,
'To know we've barefoot lads.
) - Farewell old chair and Sanctumj
- . I'll gru?.se my tirlcss Bike;
k ' 'rnijoff'for faroff Vankton,
' Or els6-f GjldSTdhaikcV?-"
A dieuV'iairl female printers,- ,0' "
Please ta"?my partingvbpw,- n
;B.ut ItinrS 'anyhq'w. ; V
11 leave nw. "sticks and scissOrp,,i-
I've renderled mto easebW', ".
y-he'thiis that :scss;ors;-afe; v
hifeat-ot my old, troc?sS
Td-reil, kiifd' Cdrsii6ndlakCS
r "Exclialges,? old'ariclndWL.gl
No use tob'e",d.esp6hcnSht.;"-' - !!&
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Vi;hjer"CaTient'er" Js-. o"n tneyjieelfe
'" I'm bffifdfegold" Klondike;.!! '
iSubs"crib.ers in the city, , .;-.f.'
-'Will please;payvup.Hr rears; '
Prav- Tiavs a 'HJe-oitv- iA?i -.4
".('The Union-?' now depeh'-detit
With glitter frqni Klondike.
And elsewhere, f A few.-. of them.
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A rjroperly ma'do rhubarb pie
is a delicious dessert. It needs
no eggs or thickening of flour, but
must be made of the tenderest
red rhabarb stlaks and sugar and
the best puff paste. Line with
pastry a rpie plate; choose one with
a straight rim at least an inch and
a quarter high. Gut up the
rhubarb in lengths of half an inch.
Do not peBl the stalks, but put the
pieces over the firo in a porcelain
lined saucepan add stir them for
three minutes, with -sugar enough
to sweeten. The amount of rhu
barb and sugar depends upon the
size of the pie. Put the stalks in
the pie plate, heaping them a little
in the center. Do not add water
or anything else, but cover the pie
securely with a thin layer of puff
paste, slashing the crust wellto let
off the steam and prevent the pie
'from bursting its crust at the edges
and running over. Bake. GO min
utes in a quick oven. Dredge well
with powdered sugar after taking
it out and set it back in the oven
for three minutes to let the sugar
melt. As soon as it is cold or
when it is lukewarm serve. ,
.Afcbmpote of rhubarb is made
itffjlle Tiiix1!!0' sllk"-43iitL in Jo half
;uraipifgilii3ltii(i ewecl in their
ownfetiice riy tb tibdnt bne4ial f toii
yQigm20Ktl thick, stoiia-
aydivpipkiiiijiVgobd-'ilish to. cook
mtmxiJlkhilCG axulst slQwly
drap (5uttvtiiu jnd vfciUf mist fo$
d..Mqiit iV as te'nder ,ps
.RadmiorQ, sngfti- Ubefor taking
lfofe - 3oiqb laatoB6uid dem and
hiifvasfmuchiigain:as haB been al-
S4pf 'li-2- ae "
tiiyk l5'etJUlue rhubarb" "boil ten
jniutgs atQr jxadiug the sugar the
j8elonclitime.' Tt should be;j$Hch
re;a paucnAt a'le and colorless.
pornsfgiatihous, It mplts
ttor of .nfnfrr of the stall
tTbniako it drink, strain off the
jiijce of this compote before it
'iMllf. down "thick. Add the yellow
ryeel o&half a lemon, if you likjefik
ta'a piii o the 3 uico. .'Dilute it.
uth two pints of water and-add
cipes are given by the Ney. York
Tribune. - - 4.
I A'- compahy-."of settlers have,
located on the city creek north
west of Juuction. They are hew
working on a large cannl for the
purpose of using the umippropriat
ed waters of city creek, to be con
veyed through the canal to a reser
voir west of Junction, from which
place it will be diverted by pipes
and ditches to the vast area of
arid land lying north and west of
Junction. The purpose is to put
about 1,200 acre.3 of desert hind
under cultivation. Piate Pioneer
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An alleged photographer who
struck the town a few days ago
took a snapshot at the Journal
gang on Saturday, and yesterday
he brought around a sample of his
work. It was awful; worse than a
mixture of nightmare and delirium
tremeus. A half dozen of them
would drive all the Spaniards out
of Cuba. Wo don't want our
friends to infer from this that it
was altogether the fault of the
subjects the camera fiend had; wa
are a hard looking not, but wo
take exception to the diabolically
distorted features shown up by this
Ananias of a camera. The oditcr
looks like the remains of a. sinall-
Ijox epidemic,, while, city ,cMoi 5ft . i . .' ? , LM
ducted with a.. rmBm0ip -
face that would do justicQvt'Y'o- . ;f C' Lvll
;feoiif, the "Terribfe'iTAirlciViiMV-', '.' "r 'H
most feiWioii8---ynriutkTfie'lv- g ' H
.foreman looks like a TeMg-.,,, . M
Edition of lagrippe, and the ; jtlevil . .-H'-.f. B
lddirs like h--. The. stovepipe :oii-:'X "; ':
one- sido.ajVdQuitrlebekei''s coat-,-; 4 ' "Xf t ' B
.taite on the'other, ' JHake a fitting 7r . ' .H
"frainQ.thefiend o thclarlc; " ':Tx:: . B
room" to appear, ,;$rt& vdieji :hi.-,;5 . ."-. fl
does; well, just yaliftesWV,- H
Logan Jouriial." v-" SAtoft., i;:
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Prosperity in Fruit Growing Pioatcal.Sf '
At aii institute. meeting of friiifc X . ; B
growers in51icliig ollespeukerf. '. B
in the courfe&Qlnfr&'jkqdep T2' f B
ared that tho poriolR ofrspQrity.ll . , t B
f6r large fruits were aboutl tyenty3 -, " . '
years ui)art; for smallycoli6 fruits " . -: 'fl
about eight years apai;t;Cand for' :V-.." : , B
strawbei!i'ies' about thrfiolpr -"fourr'iwi ' .'HI
years, uycies, or prclriuiul "gf&i ,- --H
.of depression are alike" iiiovitabk-"5 Mt- .. rB
be the causes what they niav. ,. ,?. " B
In California dul?tallardliasaCl-l'';,. B
pleased to base our estimates upon , r K s lH
seasons when crops w reabundant, w . H
and the country generalljy prospef f. , . M
ous and prices good. 'Last year " .; TC. 11
wo had a very large crop, and for'' 'M
various reasons low prices i)rovail- iH
ed. This year tho crop will bo .' 'fl
light, excepting prunes perhaps, , , C i'
and irices for all fruit quality will . 11
be better. Tlw light crop comes H
to meet us half way in a season of '
very scant rainfall. If nature had " 5
not thinned the crop hired labor fll
must have done it, for with the B
amount of ftoisture available most - B
orchards could not have matured a B
full yield. Leonard Coates in ;B
Califoruia Fruit Grower. ,B
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Patrick Ryan was a section fore- jl
man of no mean ability. He never "
wasted company material nor words Nl
One foggy morning while runing IH
over his section, ho collided with ll
an extra freight, and Byan's car 11
was roduced to scrap iron and , y '"JH
kindling wood. Tho report of the 'jfil
accident to his superior officer was ,H
characteristic of the man au'd was ;B
as follows. i ." Bfl
"Pether Moriarity, Iloadmaster, VJjB
Esquire: August the wan; foggy HB
mornin1; wildcat frate, green man , B
at the brek; handkar smashed to ,' H
hell; where will I ship the wreck?
P.llyan, sec. man." Sprague Mail. i HH