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 - Atlanta, Ga, October 27, 1904. THE LIQUID...
Atlanta, Ga, October 27, 1904. THE LIQUID CARBON 16 CO., Atlanta, Ga. " Gentlemen: We wish to thank you most cordially for the artistic manner in which you executed our special design for a Soda Fountain. Located as we are, in The Grand Opera House, and catering to the highest class of trade, we were particularly anxious to secure, a fountain that combined to the fullest extent artistic beauty and substantial substantial durabilty. The solid onyx columns are without doubt the most beautiful ever shown in this class of work and our Fountain is daily admired by the thousands who visft The Grand Opera House. X Yours - very truly. . . THE GRAND PHARMACY. Soda - water drawn from a strictly sanitary soda - fountain is.a wholesome and healthful beverage— and the man, woman or child who drinks a glass of soda - water drawn from a "LIQUID'* SANITARY SODA - FOUNTAIN does so with the assurance that it is absolutely pure and uncoutaminated. Not all soda - fountains are sanitary, and the public should discriminate. •LIQUID" SANITARY SODA - FOUNTAINS are ' - equipped with special white porcelain, tilting syrup containers - absolutely germ proof, dust* proof, fly proof, impurity proof— - guaranteeing to the public a healthful and delicious beverage. Present or prospective soda - water dispensers of Atlanta and elsewhere who have not yet Investigated the merits of "LIQUID" SANL - f ARY SODA - FOUNTAINS will consult their own interests and the health of their patrons by doing so at once. Tne public is cordially invited 10 call at the above mentioned establishments establishments and t horoughly investigate investigate the «Kchutva sanitary feature* of » "UQW SAJTX T T ART SODA - FOUNTAIN. The Liquid Carbonic Company, £ f > OFFICE, SHOW ROOMS AND FACTORY, NELSON AND FORSYTH STREETS, ATLANTA, GA. Catalogues, prices, or any information information concerning "LIQUID" 8ANI TABY TABY SODA FOUNTAINS, or the diapanaing or bottling bnlna—, promptly tod cheerfully Mrniihad, and courteous treatment aiWfaS.

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  1. The Atlanta Constitution,
  2. 27 Nov 1904, Sun,
  3. Page 1

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