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the are have a kindly of of sug sug a even with sire," simplicity, "the lemon, change business. and space with of comprehensive have dash some it would/puzzle anyone not* tea to tell' wherein the latter, the "cold bird," and a "Satan's delight" differ Irom. the short lemonade. Drinks Have- .Their Day, : Trinbs catch on, and become the rage" said a local soda-mixer, "and after a while lose out to some other t The" nui and cantaloupe, sundaes about the leaders now r . and you Have no l idea how many We sell sundae has been in now about three years. Root beer is another thing which' seems to hit the arid spot summer. I think the steins were introduced last summer something to do with this, especially, when they are kept ia sight in a of pineapple and a cherry to top fine and cool and people ask what serve in them. Some places they sell more root beer than anything else. Malted milk is a leader too and became generally used last year for. cold trade, while it has been used a long time with hot sodas. I think manufacturers have pushed it into general use, but it makes a fine just the same and one that braces man up. We put in an egg, a nilla and cracked ice and use the eV The little old lemonade is stil one of the things which people pour on that dry, yearning thirst, there are few things called for often er. And it is a cooling drink too Cracked ice in the shaker and a low tank of water with ice They A good deal of the cooling a man from these drinks comes in a, way don't think of. He comes in where he is out of the sun and sits fan. Then he sees the ice and hears! it tinkle and by the time he gets drink he is cooling off and he gives the credit to the drink. Frozen phosphates are seven years old, I guess, but there is still a steady custom them. Maple chocolate -and" coffee frappes are always popular and never out with some people." Woman Tests the Concoctions. Woman is said to be a sampler new'niixed drinks at the beginning each season_-who was it said that women were not curious? -- but later settles back to, a few favorites sundaes and ice cream sodas are rule. The me'n'know what they want -- superior creatures -- and largely drink mixed drinks. Early in the it is said, when the women are shopping and are merely thirsty they take phosphates and lemonades, but the evening when care free, they to the dfuggists'-chairs it is something sweet with ice cream in it. Men said to frequent the fountains now where they did not formerly. In days gone by mother was inveigled into the drug store to have a soda father stepped around"Won't be gone long, dear," -- to see a man on Now, they are often to be seen sitting together and acquiring artificial coolness in cheerful accord. In these elaborate days of universal soda it is interesting to turn to a and conservative encyclopedia which refuses to recognize soda water at but refers the .reader to ''aerated water" and says; "Acidulous or alkiline water, impregnated with carbonic acid and extenshelj used to ally thirst feverish conditibnV Well,yes,perhaps. and further: "Carbonic acid water is when iced, a refreshing drink in seasickness, and in -many cases of disease" It is one foot in the and the other on the banana peeling with that encyclopedia. I

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  1. Ottumwa Daily Courier,
  2. 05 Aug 1903, Wed,
  3. Page 7

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