The Guthrie Daily Leader (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 49, No. 130, Ed. 1 Wednesday, June 16, 1915 Page: 2 of 8
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TITS GlTTIiItlT! DAILY IADm. WEDNESDAY. JlWt2 13 1S15. w
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t is its use m not oread.
A severe test for any shortcnin
Make some Crisco biscuit; they are delicate in looks
odor and tat-te. They are ligh' ;'.:id daintily brown. Break
one ojien and you w ill be delighted with the appetizing
arbrha free from any suggestion of lanl. They are just
as i holesome and digestible as their delicacy promises.
You will find equally as attractive points about Crisco in
other branches of cooking. For instance you can fry
without smoke and odor. You can tisedie same Crisco
for frying au manner of foods and all Mill have a new
whoL-sorneness. ' . -
Ytnl can make a light rich cake with Crisco which will
keep fresh and moist longer.
You will obtain delicious digestible and economical foods
by knowing Crisco better.
Below is a good biscuit recipe or you may use your own
favorite recipe by using from Jf to less Crisco than you
Would of lard. Note how Crisco stands the test.
Baking Powder Biscuits
2 cupful flour I teaipoonf ul nit
2 traspoonfult 2 tabieapoonful Crista
baking powder 34 cupful milk
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Sift together the dry ingredients. Mi thoroughly with
the Cnsro usinfr a knife or spoon and add gradually the
milk mixing with a knife to a soft dough- Tosi on floured
. board (at and roll to one-half inch in thickness. Shape
with a biscuit cutter place on a Soured tin and bake in a
hot oren 12 or 1 5 minutes.
All JIIE JOB
so ro.N"'H u: j oks or ii;xo!
PLANT &ITEL .WCIOKV
Sharon iPa. June 16. The Ca
Still Company of Ret'klenhaiisen. Ger
many which has the contract for
building the benzol plant at the Far
rell works of the Carnegie StePl Com
jiany has- been relieved of the Job
and the work will be cam Dieted b7
the engineering department of the
sU'el company. Although none of the
high officials at the lcarrell plant
will admit it it can be stated unon
unimpeachable authority that tho
steel company took over the work
because of the belief that the Still
company would not rush It and poa
sihly may have been holding back
the work because the produnt n laht
ro into making war supplies for the
allies and be used against Germany.
The fact that the German firm was
relieved of the work wag confirmed
by Francis E. Xorris superintendent
of the Carnegie Steel Company. He
feels tljnt tbe.Carpfgle company can
furnish the york sooner. Benzol Is
one of the o:ost important constitu-
ents pr present day Ammunition and
since the outbreak of the European
war prices have soared. Tbe allies
have created such a demand for tho
product that it has more than trebl
ed in price in the last few months.
It is understood that the Still com-
pany will be paid its full contract
price for the work. The still com:
iany is also engaged in the corstru-
tion of benzol plants for the Bteet
corporation at Gary Ind.. and Birm-
... In tlie eastern theatre of war botti
elt'e now claim. i(Jories. Blmdi
Tabling with thousands of dead on
fcth niiV artd the days progress.
In the western theatre the allies
ccntinue to win Knmd. Heavy ar-
tiiiery with unlimited ammunition
bas leen the cause of the French sue
HOUSE WIRING. OR
OF ALL KINDS.
.WESTERN ELECTRIC FANS
A. J. MATER Prop.
fs during the last week; The Ten
t.tn forces are gradually giving ground
In the west.
ilecuTds from the Greek elections
fne the followers of M. Venizeleg a
certain majority. This insures that
toouer or later the Greets arroy win
;! aiding the allies.
To Sleep Well In Summer.
Slight inflammation of . the bron
chial tubes causes a distressing couali
and makes sleep impossible. Foley's
Honey and Tar Compound atops that
annoying tickling and relieves the
racking tiring cough. Good for all
coughs tolds troup and bronchial
affections. Sold everywhere.
FEDERAL LMY HIGH COURT
HOLDS CANT STOP OOOZE
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(N WORLD '
4 NATIONAL LXAUUtl. K I
f IIIIX q H j
Standing of the Tfami.
St. Louis ...........27
Brooklyn ... .......24
Doston ... 23
Pittsburgh ... .....23
S AMERICAN LEAGUE. 31
)3 38 H SOS H il Kff Jl
Standing of the Team.
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Chicago ........... .32
Detroit .... .22
New York 2"
Washington .... ....22
Cleveland .... ......21
St.'' Louis . i ........ .18
FEDERAL LEAGUE 15
SRBnSHHBES IS EI C
Standing of the Teame.
W. . L
Kansas City ....... .32 21
St. Iuls ......."..28 ' ' 22
Pittsburgh ... 28 2i
Ilrpoklyn .. ........27 24'
Newark ..'.26 24
Chjcago ......1 23 29
lialtimore ... i ..-.:. 19 vJO
Buffalo 19 34
ANALYSES OF MISSEH l Till
i:ikoi'i:a wah; esu
LAN!) SI Fr I'HS LEAST
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y (By Associated Press.)
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.he official statement ; of Premie
4.sqult that . Great Britalnfa casu
aities to date Tounted to 558009
military experts here figure that the
tasualtles of all armies Involved in
the Furopean war total more than 7
500.000 men. Of this number probab
ly l.uOQ.000 have bten killed. 4.-S0Q.O00
wounded and the rest are missing.
A large part of the men reported
as.ii.Issing are military prisoners. Th$
statement on Greut llrltain's losses
shows tha. there are approximatel?
three soldiers wounded to every ore
killed. MHitnry authorities of ' the
United States say that a considerable
number of ipatlenta tared for in Eu
ropcan military hospitals are return
ing to the front.
English Losses Lightest.
It i-i generally believed here tha
England's losses arenot'as great
proportionately as those of the oth
er countries involved in the conflict
but by pro-rating her losses in the
arnJes of other nations the conclus
ion ia reached that the casualties of
the land forces are as follows:
Germany and Austria .(3000003
Russia . 2400000
Great Britain .." ...'..... ... 250000
Turks. South African East
Africans. .Italians 100.000
AMERICAN ASSOCIATION. J8
Standing of the Tearpa.
Washington" June If Tpei-tiu
: reme court disposed of the so-called
Kentucky Webb-KentKenyon liquor
oreat uritain Ig about to issue an- ctses without determining the con
c tiicr mason ana a Quarter or money ttitutlonality of the
lor war purpoaet. The budget to he
on t'.'Jay contains that amount
Russians arms triumphed ye8terd?y
in a fierce battle on the banks of tie
The Italians continue to advance
in the Bouthehru theatre of war. They
.ave won several Austrian forts on
1 the froniier particularly alone the
ner Isonzo. Flouon Is the main
jiomt taken 6y the Italians.
lb Original 10c Pattern
law or passing on its constitutional
ity. The Keriuckky case was a pros-
ecution of the Adams Express Cora-
;;ny 'for bringing liquor for personal
t-ie from Tennessee into Whitlc
county Ky. "dry territory. .
Justice Day for the court hold it
was bound to' accept the decision ot
the Kentucky court of appeals that
the WeWj-Kenyon law was not appii
Under the decision the conviction
Tba of the express company was set aside.
possession of this place is iiiporliinlaHMHMMw
s u endangers Austrian communica-
Hon. The lsonzo river Is lust nortti
frcm the gulf of TnesL
. .29 21
.21 . 26
Total ... ......7600000
According to these figures almost
one-third of the organized war
strength of Gerxany Austria. France
England. Russia. Turkey and Jtaly
has been dissipated.
1750000 Every Month.
At this rate of losses 750000 a
month a simple calculation reveals
that in a little more than two years
irom tne Beginning or the war the
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Standing of the Team.
Heavy fighting on the Caliipo!
! iif-ninKiiln ha fdllnwed th French
uieo iVUZV teaay : t'crtaken e week ago.
When you have a billoi'i attack
your liver fails to perform its func-
tions. You become constipated. The
food jou eat ferments in jour stom-
ach instead of digesting. This in
flames the stomach uid causes nau
sea. ?omlting and a terrible bead
ache. Take Chambof'aln's Tablets.
They will tone tip your liver. loan
out your ston ach and -you will soon
be as well as ever. They only cost
a quarter. Obtainable everywhere.
R. W. Long. Uia.ler in all kinds of
lumber and building material Cor.
st and Cleveland.
A Straight Tip.
'Colonel please give me a little
ftdvice; on racing matters. 1 under
Flam! you are an esoelk-nt Judge of
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"I am. aon. and the one you are
Foing will last about two years."
More praise and more patron-
age each succeeding season fur
the -most fctyJish. satisfactory:
T I Full line of the best painte and
Any Size IOC Any Style vamlchea at the Long Lumber Co
...... - i irbone 667.
I Ash pattern has-a tam-a!!oance
jnj niis hclj'ful muie tliatntin.
W. L. Pet
Topeka ... . ....27 15 .6lf
Des Moines 26 . 13 . .5'Jl
Denver 23 18 .561
Omaha f. 24 20
Lincoln ... ...21 20 .512
SL Joseph 25 .419
Sioux City .15 28 M
laVichlta .15 33 .311
.447 1 entire military establishments of a
.4201 theM countries as it stood on Jul
31 11914 will have been wiped out
If the war extends into ISM 7 It then
will be conducted by what in the be
gjnnipg fus the unorganized strength
of the countries engaged. Of this
raw material Great Britain has cox
menced organization on a large scale
The unorganized men of win' age' in
tbe variou3 countries at the outbreak
of hostilities was as follows:
Germany .. 5.550000
Prance ... i...... 4100.0f0
Russia ... : 11000.000
Austria-Hungary .... ..... 1500.000
Italy : 240.000
Oreat Britain ?700.0tt0
Turkey ... 2000.00q
K WESTERN ASSOCIATION 3S
aaf a a n c a a ai si m
Fltuh the Kidney at one vken Sack'
achy or Bladder bothen-Keat
forma ark acid.
Sun Gold best by tcs!. Whether by
professionals demonstrators them
I:'.l3 or by the housewife.
ho man or woman who eata meat regu-
larly can make a mwlake by Dualling
the kidneys occasionally invi m. n.
known euthority. Mat forma urio aid
wlxifh cloffa the kidnpv mtm
lugpiohly filtrr or strain only pari of
the waste and poiuons from the blood.
then yon get sick. Nearlv all rlm.m.. I
mm waoacnea nver trouble nervoua-
nw cotntipntiun diizincw sleepleamu.!.
The moment ron feel a dull in t.
kiaeeya or youj back hurts or if tlx
urine ia cloudy offensive full o7 sedi
ment irreeular of tunuarm or mii.uA
by a seiiHation of scalding gi about four
ounce of Jad Salt from nv eUi.l.
pharmacy and take a tablMimntiful i.
a glaaa of water before breakfast for a
pw oaja ana your idney wUI then act
. iuii lamout aaJU ia marie from
tU acid of prapea and kmr.a juice am-
bined with iithia and ha been uaed for
w nusn tiopied kidneys and
stimulate them to activity also to neu-
tralize Urn a'ida in urine eo it no lunrr
eaiwea irritation thus ending bladder disorder.
Jad Salt ia
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Standing of the Teame. .
W. L. Pet
Denison 37 2l' .638
Sherman .' 33 25 .. .570
Paris 30 27 .526
Oklahoma City 31 28 .525
Fort Sn Uh .29 CIO .432
Tulsa 27 30 .474
Muskoxee ... 26 23 .473
UcAlcsier 19 40 .522
Total ... .....27520000
- People Ask Us
What is the beat laxative? Years of
experience in selling all kind leads us
to always recommend
as the Bufest surest and most satisfac-
tory. Sold only by us 10 cent
Oray'a Drug Star. '
Mqund City "Horseshoe" paint soldi
by the Long Lumber Co. Every gallon
guaranteed. Phone 507.
If Yom nutomohiJc hag no battcricc or p lectricity
end you want q foo(.l liand ognal at d low price
tlujre's ti HanJ Klaxonct at . New this year.
A Klaxon tluougii and tliixjuglv Kaon quality.
Klaxon permanent giuiraniee. f
The Hand Klaxon larger and louder at $7.50. The
Klaxet better than cither because it operates by
electricity with a handy electric button $9. Motor-
drivennot a "buuer." The Klaxonet ia $15; the
b'g Klaxon found on all high-priced cars $10.
We will ehow you any of these or put one oa
your car on trial.
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Type L KUxon tCO
J. D. Van Hooker Agent
1: Guthrie Oklahoma
Tine GutKrie Tent:awi.Clo.:
113 SOUTH SECOND ST.
Sun Gold for llghtbread biscuits 1
Dies and pas trie.
Ladies! Trf thitl ' Darken heantL.
tuny ana noooay can tell Brings
back iti gloss and thicknes.
Common garden aage brewed into a
added will turn gray streaked aiul
nrnnnTrn it mi nxnin f..i..j 1.:. 1 -
MLUIIK I III II Ull I lim itt. " " ann luxuri
IQZDenitira iibl mh.
not injure; make H.ufi .w...
nalaton 6.ta. .June j..i-A; ii'V
raid to De ood for OO barrels wa
Lrought in 00 the Morltlnia Oil
rom;mnys leae in 4-23-5 bk"h is
3 distance kf about one and a hair
milts east of bpre.
Considerable excitfiueiit prevails
tta it is believed that the well means
He discovery of an entirely n?w oli
ot; remove ever bit of dandruff
scalp itchine and falling hair. JiiiuS
the Sara Tv unit Knll-
iome thoujfh ia troubieaome. An eaaier
way is to get the ready-to-une tonin cost-
ing about SO cent a. Urge bottle at
drug stores known aa "tt'veth'. R
and Sulphur Compound" thus avoiding
9 ii w muc k
While wispy tri-tv. faAA hair i. W
n 1 i-ru d 1 c
1 runt. I IO 3UU I n 5t( (JNn RT fin -va.! a-
MANUFACTURER OF-6T0RT AMD OFFICE 'AWNINGS TENTS.
ZSSS&HY"' PRTABLE HUSE TINTS' H A lN E 83 A N D
I amful we all detire to reUin our youth-
fill appearance and attract ivcnwu. By
aaraening your hair with iVVyeth Sage
and Huliihur. no one can tell Wi it
A if bo naturally so even!;. You
just dampen armnge or soft brush with
t and draw this through your hair
taking one small strand al a lime. h
need ot morning all gray hair have disappeared.
Cor. 1st "'.'t uuiwr application or two your
hair becomes heautifully dark gloaay
j aoft and luxuriant and you appear years
I younger. ; '
LEADER WANTS ERrNd EiSlTLT Kor eale bjr OwJ prug Store
vescent lithia-water drink whih .11 ...
ular meat eatra sluniLl .
then U keep the kidnev. ele Vtl an Cleveland
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kiuuu pure- uierruy aroMiOK aerioua kid- f
ttj etiffiilkationa. I
Bee R. W. ljing when in
anything In the building line.
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SUN OF SUMMER C AN 6E OFFSET BY USE OF THE
COOLING EFFECT OF A HEILMAN AWNING " H
GET PRICES AND
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