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j Baking j Pöwte J "Royal," a cream of s L tartar powder of I superior purity I Y and strength. J My tests show the Royal i ing Powder of very superior lea ening power and a most 6 7 mendable preparation. It is a $ Y cream of tartar powder of the Y j highest purity, containing no v Y alum, lime, ammonia, or any S wholesome material. j R. C. KEDZIE, Professor Chemisliy, Michigan j College, Late State Analyst. j For a number of years past I Y have from time to time analyzed Y J the Royal Baking Powder and L Y have uniformly found it to be Y jj high in leavening power, and Y composed of pure ingredients. Y íl H. A. WEBER, Ï J Ohio State Analyst. 3 i After examining samples of í the leading brands of baking í powder I have arrived at the í x conclusión that the Royal is i. perior in purity, leavening power ? and keeping qualities. It is a ï j cream of tartar powder, entirely free from alum, lime, ammonia, and all deleterious ingredients. fi GEORGE S. COX, { L Wisconsin State Chernisí. A $ I have submitted thc Royr.l a?, C Baking Powder to careful fi S ical tests, and find it to be L & fectly free from any substance 4 in any way deleterious or rious. h. A. HUSTON, S Indiana State Chemist. % I have analyzed all the prin$ S cipal brands of baking powder sold in this State. Royal has "P the highest leavening power, w J and is composed of pure and y wholesome ingredients. No ï othergaveresultssosatisfactory. FLOYD DAVIS, í Iowa State Chemist. % i I have made a large number L L of analyses of Royal Baking ? á Powder, and have found it to ï J be an absolutely pure cream of jj jk tartar powder, entirely free from %. 3 ammonia and all adulterations 3 k and impurities. In leavening L , power it is of the very highest. In CHARLES W. DREW, & Late Chemist Minn. Food S, Q and Dairy Commission. ft í I have analyzed samples of fi the Royal Baking Powder and ijk L find it invariably composed of 5 wholesome ingredients and % w tirely free of adulteration or S & purities of any sort. fe A. W. PALMER, Proessar Chemütry, W w University of Illinois. 6 __f-.- ■, i.jaJii.-'i.'hDfkfjn !■ ■■ é 'ié ■ ii ■ ■ . rHE O UU EI il EE fTB íT-. PV3 jipi A 3 "" ' ■ ■ - ' '-■-"fAt fea i i -' - ''üiS1'' si Si, i Trada Mar!- Dr. fl. Owen FOR WiEfi AND WOïY3EN _TLj .latps! onc; only pcientifio and practica! Electric Beit made, lor general uso, pi-odiuilnu I urroat oi Electrieity. for the cm o iii9ase, that oan Do'readily feit nud rogulotu liiqnautlty and poiv-er, and applied tpaiiypartof the body. t c.ui be worn ut auy niño auring working hours or Bl-eep, aud WILL POS5TIVELY CURS ,. ,;:-.-; .v kmeitbeatism: .,-- ...IJtí.iJi;: B.1CK i ■:-. ;;■ '■:■■■: wurs vo us bíseases ' ".-.' -"■!"' 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