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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 13, 1891)
Eternal Vigilance is the Price of Liberty." and One Dollar a year is the Price of The Chief.
By A. C. IIo.M' k.
Red Cloud, Webster County, Neb., Friday, November 13, 189J.
Vol. IX No. 1U.
GREAT BARGAIN SALE
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Ducker's - Cash - Dry - Goods - House.
ON SATURDAY MORNING,
Wc will open up the Biggest Bargain Sale that has ever been in Red Cloud. We invite everybody to come
and see the way we have
Cut Prices. Money can be Saved by buying Goods at this sale.
Wc have a very LARGE STOCK and must get rid of it.
Prices will be Very Interesting to buyers
Wc have not the time to quote prices now. Come and see them as they will surprise y
Special Inducements on Cloaks and Jackets.
DUCKER'S DRY GOODS HOUSE.
E A. UCKEH
A W'oiniui Invciilioii, A lVo
muii'ft IiidiMrj', A Woman's
Enterprise, For Working Wo
men! The womau's cannini: fjrt ry has
perfected its organization ami lu-iian
its work. m
Its heart and in ipiratioa is a slight,
gray haired woman now moving about
on crutches, the result of a fall, Miss
Amanda T. Jones. She is a Chris
tian woman with heart alloat with
love for her fellow woman ami a desire
to seek and save that which is lot.
She was led into a study f the in
dustrial conditions .-urroundnu; work
in" women and no one know better
than she doe5, the teiribk en:ron
ments of those "prisoners of poverty."
Her investigations led her into the
great canning factories of the country,
and in many of them she found girls
working on such a mere pittance of
nalaries that they could hardly keep
eoul and body together, honestly; the
result can be imagined. All these
things sank deep into her heart, and
her prayers day and night was, "Lord
open the way ot renei.
The prayi'r was ar-.ereJ, how. is
too loni: and too -acred a story to
tell here, but to M ss Jones the ans
wer seems as plair. and audible as was
the call to Saul on his way to Damas
cus. The germ thought of the inven
tions which led to the patents of our
title was a part of that answer. But
like all cerms it must ijrow, and it has
been growing in tho brain, in the lab
oratory of the chemist, the work shops
of the" machinist, till now it has burst
forth in full bloom. The poetry has
Income practical prose, and the char
ter that voices it, creates an associa
tion for the purpose of canning all
3orts of fruits, fruit pieces, vegetables
etc., without cooking or the use of
chemicals, also to can or preserve
meats by a new process, said process
aud machinery to carry them on bo
inn invented by the said Amanda T.
Jones. I'mlcr this charter the stock
holders met and organized a board of
eleven. The principal canning works
are in Chicago, the executive and bus
iness committee are also there. Other
members of the boards arc in various
states from New York to Missouri.
At the residenco of tho bride's
parents in Webster county, Nebraska,
Nov. oth, 1891, Mr. Frank Ailes and
Miss Pearl Smith, ltev. 0. H. Truaan
officiating. All of this countv.
At Red Cloud, Neb.. Nov, 5th, 1S91
by llev. E. J. lUndall, Mr. A. N.
Eddy and Mrs. Elizabeth Harper, all
of this city.
At Red Cloud, Neb , Nov. 10th '91,
by J). F. Trunkey, county judge, Mr.
George Critchficld and Miss Annie
Connor, all of Webster county.
October 11, 1S91. at Red Cloud,
Neb. Leander McDonald and Miss
Minnie VanDvko both of this city,
Rev. Geo. O. Yciser officiating.
Oct. 11th, at Red Cloud, Neb., by
Judge D. F. Trunkey, Mr. Edmund
S- Slurcly and Miss Mary Searl, both
of Webster county.
i Take your pick now of the overcoats
at Wiener's Golden Eagle they are
FIU Mid IHIifltc
Lulu Your grandpa is rich as
cream, is'nt he?
Estella. Rich nothing, he'fl as
poor as Job's turkey, but generous to
Lulu. You mean he is generics to
you, I suppose.
Estella. That's right.
Fanners, if you want clothing,
boots and shoes, dry goods or grocer
ies, we will divide our profits with
vou. Call and see us,
R. M. Martin & Son.
is the only one made
free from lime, alum, and all extraneous substances,
and ABSOLUTELY PURE. It is in every way
superiof to every similar preparation. Witness :
A Pure linking Powder.
A baking powder that can bo de
pended upon to bo free from lime and
alum is n desideratum in these days
of adulterated food. So far as can
lo judged from the official report, the
"Royal" seems to be tho only one yet
found by chemical anal)isto bo en
tirely without one or the other of
these substances, and absolutely pure
This, it is shown, results from tho ex
clusive use bv it manufacturers of
cream of tartar specially refined and
prepared by patent process which to
tally removes the tartrate of lime and
other impurities. Tho cost of this
chemically pure cream of tartar is
much greater than any other, aud it
is used in no baking powder except
the "RoYal," the manufacturers of
which control the patent under which
it is refined.
Dr. Edward G. Love, formerly ana
lytical chemist for the U. S. Govern
ment, who made the analysis of tho
New York State Board of Health in
their investigation of baking powders
and whose intimate knowledge of the
ingredient? of all those sold in this
i cnauies mm io ppeaK auinoritaiifi,
savs of tuc purity, wnolcsomcueis ana
superior quality of the "Royal."
"I find the Royal Baking Powfcr
composed of pure and wholesome in
medient!. It is a cream of tartar row-
dcr, and dors not contain either alum
or phosphates, or other injurious sub
stance." Prof. Love's tests, and recent offi
cial tests by both the United States
and Canadian Governments, show the
Royal Baking Powder to be superior
to all others in strength and leavening
nowcr. It is not onlv the most eco
nomical in use, but makes the purest,
finest flavored and most wholesome
The United Gtatcs Government tests (Chemical Di
vision, Agricultural Department) show Royal Bakin
Powder a cream of tartar powder superior to all others
in leavening strength. Sec Bulletin 13. Ac. De.,
I find the Roral Basdng Powder snperior to aTi the
others in every Tcspscu 1 1 is ?'- est and strongest,
Waltex S. Haisss, M. D.,
Prof. Cheaistry Rush Medical CoHese,
Consulting Chemist Chicago Board of Health, etc
I have foend the constituents of Royal. Baking Pow
der to be pS a high degree of purity, free froia sdul
craticBa m aidnthtture ctf tieleterbes srijauaces.
j. W. Mallet,- Ph. D. F. Hi S.,
frof. of Chemistry, Uuvcnity of Virginia.
I find the Royal Baking Powder hx aoperior to the
others. I: is pure, contains none but wbaiwMK i
grcdicnis, is of 23 pcrccaL glWlCf lMa0L
Public Analyst, Partalia T Ci li
The Royal Baking Powder is perfectly healthful, aad
free from every deleterious substance; pareattn qaality
and highest in strengtn ci any oanDgpowacrtM
I have knowledge.
Wsl McMuxnn, E. M., Wu O.,
Late Chief Cheats? Agricultural Department.
The Rcyal Baking Powder is absolutely pure. It
Is undoubtedly the purest and most reliable baking
powder oefcred to the public.
Hontr A. Wart, PL D.,
You can keep yotxr feet warm this
winter by buying your boots of "VYi
ner as he finds that he is overstocked
cith boots and is selling them cheap
er than you can buy them at regular
Call iD and see Our New Goods!
WE WILL MAKE A BIG CUT
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