Clipped From The Daily Herald
61 of com tor citizens nppllcn,- w i t h the its supply of icn- to the equal the appendage, now hei' up compounding made possible by improved fountains, and to the A a s t improvement all the appliances and utensils used about the fountain. Tbe United States exports some fountains In fact,'American manufacturing lune been sending some to England for the last fifteen years, but more within the last live years. England is now buying more fountains than it did It has, until lecently, taking fountains of maible; it is beginning to buy onyx fountains. American makeis also sell soda fountains in Hie English colonies, -as in Australia, and .some In Germany and France, wheie Iheir exports are in general inci easing. Soda fountains are now made to c\ery climate and to e\eiy size variety of trade In the United States they are widely used in connection with druggists' or chemists' stores, all letall confectionery stores and like They could be introduced similarly as a side line in many branches of tiade abroad, says the American Exporter. Neaily all of the laiger goods stores have also found soda fountains a profitable imestment, the same might well pro^ e to be case abroad, particularly in the south temperate zone.