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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 6, 1891)
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4 Eternal Vigilance is the Price of Liberty," and One Dollar a year is the Price of The Chief.
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By A. C. Hosmer.
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You jx larger
Of better made
To select from.
Has a Tailor
In trie building
WI...11 .. Ilriic MU- I'liinonJ
From Our I5roaIir:i"l TalU ;
Alum si" Aiim m,r
A nuihance tliat troubled Englnnd lirty
years noiH now rapidly hreadinp in
IhiH country, that is putting Alum in
the broad n eat. Tint, question is
cnuKiuR a j;reat deal of discussion at the
present moment, as it is revealed that
alum ib btiinK used as a substitute for
.. . ... 1. ..K..w iniilnrc A
; cream 01 uiriar m uhmh jiwt..
story is told that a very large irccntage
1 of the baking powders sold on the mar
ket contain either alum or ammonia,
I and maw or them contain both these
IKirnifious drugs. Much timely alarm
is felt at the wholesale- use of alum in
bread, biscuit and pa-try. lo young
children, growing girls, persons of week
ly frame, alum bread eaten morning,
noon and evening is the most harmful.
It is the small quantities taken at every
meal that do the mischief- Alum is
cheap, costing but two or three cents a
IK)und while cream of tartar costs :v cts,
and the high price or cream or tartar
has led cheap baking jKnuler to be made
gf alum. If the reader wants to know
something of the corrosive qualities of
alum let him touch a pioco to his tongue
then rellect how is acts on the tender
delicate coats of the stomach.
Following is a ht compiled by the
Scientific American, of the alum and
ammonia baking powders that have al
ready boon testsd.
Atlantic v. Pacific. Royal.
Davis' 0. K.
1 'earsoif s.
There are, i
h' ..ntlfioati, a num-
sol such powders oltl in IJie western
i wiifc" . ..
that were not found m tho eastern stores.
Following is tho hbt todaU1:
C'ALl'MET. - - - Contains Alum.
(Calumet linking Powder Co.. Chicago.)
FOKKSTCIIY. - Contains Aniironia
iVomvio Pro.. Cleveland.)
CHICAGO YKAST. Contains Ammonia
(Chapman Smith Co., Chicago )
POX PON, - - Contains Alum.
HOTEL. - Contains Ammonia Alum.
(J. C. Grant Paking . Powder Co..
UXPIVAL.KD, - - Contains Alum.
(Sjiragues, Warner .v (Jrisw old, Chicago.)
ONE SPOON TAYIjOU'S, - Ammonia
(Tnvlor Mfg. Co.. Sf Txmis )
YAPNAlAS. -' Contains Alum.
O'aniall Mfg. Co.. St. Louis.)
SHAW'S SNOW PUFF. Contains Alum.
(Merchants' Mfg. Association, St. Louis.)
DODSON A MLS, - Contains Alum.
( Hudson A: Hiis. SU Louis.)
SHEPAKD'S Contains Ammonia Alum.
(Wm.II. Shephnrd, St Louis.)
PAIN'S, - - - contains Alum.
(Miner Pain Mfg. to, St 1 joins.
MON.VIM1, lontams AmnumiH Alum.
(Keid. MurdiK'h A iv.. t '.icago.)
SNOW BALL. - - - ixintains Alum.
iPengnl i-oilee A Spice Mills, rhicago.)
GIANT, - xm tains-Alum.
MILK. - - ontmnsAlum.
(W. F. McLaughlin A i.. thicago.)
EcIlO, - - - t-ontains Alum.
(Sitencor Phiing Paddle i-o., rhicago.)
KALPFELL'S PUKITY. - Contains
(Tvqlbfell Mfg. co.. Chicago.)
RISING SUN. - ivutams Ammonia.
(Pluxjnu chemical Works rhicago.
WHITE POSE, - i-onU.ms Ammonia
(Globe Coffee .v Spice Mills, Minneajnlis.)
WOOD'S AcME, - i-ontain Ammonia.
i I hop Wood A-w. PI i '"' '
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HPPiL- TiV i.ir -U. -
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PI lV.a rT ..,:;.:- uitm.
iWe'I P.itnam ,v co., v:. .-aco-i I
cIIIIS ' 1'" HOUSP. contains .luia.
iXoati McDowell. St. Pwl, Minn.)
TWIN cITY, i-ontnins Alum.
(J. K. Ferguson, Minueaiolts, Minn.)
HEPeTLES, contains Ammonia.
(Hercules Paking iwder iv-, San
cXiIMaX. - contains Ammonia,
(climax Paking Powder Co.. Indianapolis.
At the home of i.i? ?ou Mr. T. F. !
Joaes, in Walnut Creek township, on
Sunday, the 1st day of Xovcmber,
1591, at 10 o"clock, a. to., of Brights'
disease. Mr. Thoma Jnc, agei
S3 rears. Funeral jcrv'cc- were held
Monday, and the remains were con-1
:uued to the Walnut Creek cemeter.
At. Wilham Hooper, preaching the
Thomas Jone was born in Glamor
gai Shire, South Wales, and Lad
spent the laj-t twenty years of his life
in Webster county, Xcbra:ka. A
large circle of relatives and friends
remain to mourn his departure.
The deceased had received j,g
peace that pa?setli uyuouuding and J
expressed the same to the sorrevrinc
relatives b- lils be- d3.
P. r. Jones Mid :aait!v, and other1
relatives unite in expressinir their-
thanks to the manv fnsuds who
I nuRiElcil -. 'nrrnnclr in tlf c?t
- - - -mm "-'- as ;..
HAVE .HIX'll to hi: thank
it: I. FOR.
Three Olllrvn Elcelecl And IO
1 THE WAY IT JiTAXIW l.
WindepeiidcnlH In The Soup.
jast Wednesday was a hard fought
battle, yet had the republicans AM.
turned ouf, there is no telling what
might have been accomplished. As
it was we have overcome 400 majority
and elected I). M. Hunter, C. B. Crone
and II. D. Kannev. The balance of
the ticket was elected by the
pendent?. Henry Scott, Geo.
uicl, W. K. Thorno, 1). F. Trunkcy
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andBr. Schcnck, were defeated by
mall maioritics. The victory is
tainly one that republicans can re
joice over, even if they did lose a few
of the candidates, who are as jubi
lant over the victory a? if they had
been elected. In Red Cloud town
ship Joe Uarber, and the republican
t cket knocked the windepcndents
clear out of the box, the -ame in Lino,
Walnut creek, and hovcral other town
ships. The w independents by next
lall will go marching
ox TO nr.KEAT
The state ticket is -afc, Mclvinley
is elected in Ohio, Pennsylvania went
republican, and Kansas, the hot bed
of windependents, went republican.
The fact.- arc that the windependent-;
are ''Going South" fast.
i.r.T 'km oo !
The following arc the candidates!
who carried Webster county lat Tues-
day with their total voto and niajori
ties over opposing candidates for
Te.ul oti 11 hj i
J. W. Edgcrton flSl 1 0:5 j
D'Allemand ) ,. ,rn . Ml 230
K.A.lladley llcocnt" JUS 210
Coon i' I
Xcw Super ioi.
Joseph (.Tarber, lied Cloud, William I
Wright, Oak Creek, J. P. Eglington.
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tUenwood, Wrn. Irons, lnavalc. A.j
McC'all. Walnut Creek, Geo. Cather, i Crnrc Cicopal Church.
Catlicrton, E. II. Foe. Elm Creek,! Services on Sunday, at 10:30 a. xn.,
P-avor Creek tie, A. W. llolmgrain, and 2.30 p. m Sunday School at 3:03
;--!i 1 ,. and C F. Cather, city. lp m
Royal Baking Powder
Has no Equal.
The Royal Baking Powder will make sweeter, lighter, nner-rkvored
ind more wholesome bread, bisctiit and cake than any other leavening
agent. It is of higher strength, and therefore goes further in work and
is more economical. All government and scientinc tests go to show
this. Royal Baking Powder as a leavening agent is absolutely without
Rush Medical College, Chicago.
"As the result of my tests I find the Royal
Baking Powder superior to all the others in every
respect It is entirely free from all adulteration (
and unwholesome impurity, and in baking it
gives off a greater volume of leavening gas than
any other powder. It is therefore not only the
purest but also the strongest powder with which
I am acquainted.
" Walter S. Haines, M. D.,m Fk. chordstry.
Chicago College of Pharmacy.
' ' "The Royal Baking Powder, which tests the highest
in strength, is tree from lime, alum, lime phosphates or
otfier adulterations. Its superlative purity, ihe entire
wholesomeness of its ingredients, the scientinc manner
in which they are combined, together with its much
' greater strength, make the Royal onqnestkmabry appe
llor to any other baking powder.
' . H. D. GARIUS07, ft cfCxmzsifr
Webster County, Neb., Friday, November (3,
riKT ATiO.VL HANK
Order Itt-ojti-iiiiiK Hc liiIiIulion
miic1 bj lit' Comptroller.
Wamiim.ios. I C. Nor
Special Telegram to Tiie Ucc The
comptroller of the currency ha
ordered the reopen nj: of the Iir?t
National iJanl' of l!ed Cloud. Ncbr.
The .-toclwholdurE are to comply with
the requirements made.
Great intere.-t ha.- bceu taken Hi the
efforts to reopen this banL Citizens
from all over the state, hawug brought
prefcure to hear up.iu the comptroller
of the currency and a number of in
fluential eastern men having made re-
t rjuei-ta for a reopening. The impair
ment of capital has been made whole.
From a telegram iccived from
Comptroller Lacy, we 'earn that the
tocL, holders have htun given pcruns
fion to reopen the banc, which will
he done in a few day.-. We are pleased
to note the fact a- lied Cloud is en
titled to two good banks and with the
opening of the First National bank
there will he restored confidence in
How Baking fovder Are
While rival eompatprs are disput
ing as to what ingredients are to ho
found in the "he.-t bakipg powder,"
the public will be interested in the
following definition of these now in-
dispensable articles as given by Ai
ton s Cyclopedia the ncknonledg-
": he best baking iowd rs are com-
nen1 r ik:..,r,r,lf ',. iItl,n6i, ,,rMm r
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tartar,) taitanc acid, carbonate of J
bUimoum, and sodj bi-oarboiialu, bountl
together bv a little starch.
This remedy is oecoming so well
known and so jtoj.nlar as to need no
sjecinl mention. All who hae used
Eleetric Pitlers sing the same song of
PraiNO. A purer medicine dose nut exist
' and it is guaranteed to do all that is
tolaimed. Electric Hitters will oure all
diseases of tho liver and kidneys will
remove pimples, boils, wilt rhume and
other affections caused In mijuu-e blooil.
Will dne malaria from the system
and prevent as well as euro all inP.'-Srin
fevers. -For euro of hcndyjhn, eoustiui
tion and indication tt ilectnc Pitterb
- Kntlro salisfaetun guaranteed, or
money refunded Price .7cts. ami fl.Od
Ior bottlo at L. H. IUno'u drug htore.
Mr J . Prubaker, retimed homo tlip
31st after n sojourn in -outh DtihoUt, of
. iurtw .rtv of voune feonle patherwl
at the residence of P Adamson's on the
evening of the 3lst to celobrnto Miss
Etlle'sSlst birthday . sho received a great
many cice proaonta. In the crowd were
eight hohool toauhers.
Charley Prubakor, has lought the
nicest road oart, that 1ms ever been on
j Pert Godwin, who a short time ago
promoted to engineer on the R A M was
home on a visit last biinday . We rejoice
, er lus succeed ns he is a deserving and
' highly resjected young man.
c. Bon. is having a ery bad seige
Mr. Plankey. is building a new boue.
Miss Flora Jackson planted, attended
and husked over 20 bushels of pojcorn
oft of a half acre of ground
Great Special Sale of
; In I ' i IHF TOPM T T
and sec them. Prices wi!l be reasonable.
WE WILL MAKE A BIG CUT
Cloaks, Boots and Shoes for the
-KEXT THIRTY DAYS-80
Cloaks and Jackets !
Monday, November 9th. All Day
A Spccini 1 nviiation is extended to everybody
Mr. J C. BEIFHLD reprcM-ntmt; J-fh
Bcificld & Co,, Cloak Manufacturer Vk
display his line of
Fall - anil - Winter
For Ladies and Cliildrtn !
IN OUR STORE OX
ON MONDAY, NOVFMBEK !.
This will be an opportunity to sec one of: the
FINEST LINKS OF CLOAKS AND
JACKETS in the United States.
Boots, Shoes 1
Our New Goods !
Vol, lJ N 1,
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