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TULSA DAILY WORLD, THURSDAY, JULY 17. 1010.
11
TULSA DAIRYMEN FAIL
TO OBEY CITY ORDERS
widow of john coRRELi ATTITUDE OF GORE
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Grocery and Meat
Market
THE process of preparing Orange
Crush was perfected in Los Angeles
in the midst of the beautiful orange
groves of Southern California. It took many
years of investigation and experimenting be
fore the drink you now know was produced.
Difficulty of Preserving
j Orange Juice
The almost insurmountable difficulty which
had to be faced at the start was the quick de
terioration of orange-juice. The fresh juice,
it was found, could be preserved only by
keeping it at a temperature 18 degrees below
.freezing point. Sterilizing the juice greatly
injured the fresh, delicate fla-
I 1 .1 . ! 1
vor, ana even me siernizea
I juice continued to deteriorate
unless kept at a temperature of
from one to three degrees
above freezing point. n
Studies of the U. S. De
partment of Argriculture
on Orange-Juice
The difficulties in preserving
orange-juice are summed up in
Bulletin No. 241 issued by the
United States Department of
Agriculture, which, under Dr.
Carl L. Alsberg. Chief, of the
Bureau of Chemistry, conduct
ed a series of studies on the
methods of preparing and preserving fruit
juices. This statement appears on page 17:
"The studies on orange-juice have not
led to results on which a method for its
preparation may be based, as no way to
successfully retain fresh orange-juice
flavor has been found. Sterilizing the
juice injures the flavor, which contin- r
ucs to deteriorate gradually when the
juice is kept at ordinary temperatures."
Where Orange-Juice Cets Its Flavor
Long ago it was found that the dominant fla
vor in fresh orange-juice was present also in
the fresh, golden outer skin of the orange in
the form of tiny, fragrant globules of oil art
fully concealed in minute cells. These glob
ules, it was found, could be preserved with
out flavor deterioration. The presence of a
small amount of this delicious oil in Com
bination with natural sugar, citric acid and
water, give orange-juice the rare flavor of
which it is justly famous.
What Orange-Crush Is
Orange-Crush is simply a skillful blend of
these delicately flavored globules of oil,
7 perhaps you have wondered where Orange-Crush
gets its pleasing flavor and the delic ate fragrance
of the fruit we know and like the best golden oranges
Perhaps you have been surprised that Orange-Crush
could be served to you at such a resonable price when
oranges cost from 50c to $1 a dozen
If so, you will be interested in reading the story of
this delightful drink and learning the reasons for its
flavor ;, dcliciousness, purity and quality
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THIS IS 11.1
"Advertise
ments Are
News," Says
Hi Larity
"nd with thr womrn
are second to none but
the society item.."
I'nclc Sam says kill thfm NOW with
Barium Carbonate
Il vvi! not harm tho dojr, tho cut or tho hahy.
HAVK IT. TWO HITS VVM I'ACKACK.
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X'lpfnl ,our i.My Han,,,,, nrlxmnti- In i-n In tin- int.
pressed from the outer skin of fresh oranges,
purest sugar, citric acid (the natural acid of
the orange), water and a small amount of
harmless coloring. Sterilizing, which would
injure the flavor, is unnecessary, as the sugar
in the concentrated sirup which is delivered
to bottlers and soda fountains, is, in itself, a
preservative sufficient to prevent deteriora
tion in any climate. No preservative except
the sugar is used.
The Exclusive Orange-Crush
Process
It was only after many patient years
of experimenting that the exclusive
process, whereby the delicaTely fla
vored globules of oil are successfully
introduced into the drink, was
achieved. The discovery and per
fection of this remarkable process
was accomplished by N. C. Ward, a
soft-drink chemist of national repute.
The process is known and used only
by Orange-Crush Co.
to
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It is the presence of these minute and deli
cious particles of oil, distributed by the'
Ward process uniformly throughout the
drink which gives the inimitable flavor and
the fruit-cloudy appearance to Orange
Crush. In the Heart of the Orange Country
The gathering of the fragrant globules of oil
from the oranges is done by experts in the
heart of the orange country where the choic
est oranges in the world grow. Gentle press
ing causes the cells to break open and exude
their luscious content. It takes millions of
oranges to supply the pure fruit oil now used
each year in preparing Orange-Crush.
The Fruit Acid
very ordinary size glass or
bottle of Orange-Crush con
tains approximately the same
amount of purest citric acid
that is found in an ordinary
ripe orange. It is this remarka
ble, refrigerant acid., which
gives the delightful tartness to
oranges, lemons, I graye-fruit
and other members of the citrus
family. The citric acid in
Orange-Crush is obtained from
these fruits. It it both delight
ful to the taste and extremely
beneficial to the human body.
as any physician will tell you.
Wholcsomencss of Carbonated
Water
As a rule, Orange-Crush is served cold and
sparkling with carbonated water. The car
bonation is accomplished by the impregna
tion of the liquid with carbon dioxid gas.
which adds to the wholesomeness and de
liciousness of the drink. Dr. W. W. Skinner
of the U. S. Department of Agriculture, in an
official article recently published on the
Composition of Bottled Soft Drinks, says:
"Carbon dioxid gas in bottled soda
water is a wholesome product, identical
with the carbon dioxid which occurs
naturally in large quantities in certain
mineral springs in the United States.
'' Springs of this type are highly prized
for their effervescent properties."
Drink Orange-Crush Often!
Wherever you drink Orange-Crush, you can
always be sure it is pure, delicious and
wholesome. Be sure to drink it several
times every day. You will be refreshed, de
lighted and benefitted.
for sale everywhere
Prepared by
ORANGK-CRUSH CO., Chicago
Laboratory: Los Anrles
Bottled in Tulsa by
SOUT I-I wi-;stkr.n
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IJOTTLI N(; CO.
Under New M.H;;uMt nt
W. L. Gootlwin, Owner and Manager
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