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 - i i v v SUNDAY FEBRUARY' 3 1907. OF THE TOWN...
i i v v SUNDAY FEBRUARY' 3 1907. OF THE TOWN THE BEAUTIFUL NEW- SODA FOUIWAIN j IN M. RICH BROTHERS CO.'S fif Great New Store on Whitehall St. This is the first Soda Fountain to be installed in any large dry goods and department store in the South and is one of the finest Fountains in Atlanta. It is owr. d and operated by the Atlanta Soda Company that enterprising firm that has done so much to give the people of the South Pure Delicious Sparkling Soda Fountain Drinks The Fountain is one of the latest creations of the Liquid Carbonic Company Chicago and Atlanta and is known as the "Kemlworth. It is a poem in richly carved mahogamzed birch French plate glass Mexican Hungarian and Etla onyx Alps green marble and silver plate. Messrs. Rich Bros. Co. in leasing the space to the Atlanta Soda Company stipulated that the architecture of the Fountain they installed should harmonize with the interior furnishings of the new store and that it should be a credit to the establishment. How magnificently the Liquid Carbonic Company not only fulfilled but surpassed these conditions will be appreciated by the people of the South when they Meet at the Fountain 99 Not only in outward beauty but in its practical operation from the standpoint of economy convenience and sanitation will this Fountain command attention. The syrups are drawn from onyx-faced sanitary porcelain "containers or jars that stand side by side like books in a library and which are as easily ed for filling or cleaning. Back of this row of twenty-four syrup-jars the zinc-lined body of the Fountain is packed with ice keeping the contents of the jars nearly ice-cold in the hottest weather. The tops of the jars are wide open allowing the fresh cold air of the ice compartment to circulate down into the sj nips. There can be no such thing as stale syrups or mold or mustiness with this design of Fountain. First Great Department Store fountain in the South M Rich Bros Co 's magnificent new store is indeed a fitting place in which to launch this first great department store Soda Fountain of the South for it is both the largest and most beautiful store of the kind south of Philadelphia The store runs through from 52 5t 5Q Whitehall Street to Hunter Street and includes besides this building a three storv and five-story building in the center of the block. In this connection it is interesting to note that the Liquid Carbonic Company though one of the younger Soda.Fountain firms stands today as the largest manufacturer of oda Fountains in the -world It owns end operates a larger plant and build and sells more Soda Fountains than any other maker or combination Of makers of Fountains in the world 1 Furthermore 'Liquid" syrups and fountain supplies generally have achieved an equal preeminence pushing aside competition by the sheer force of superiority The Atlanta branch of the Company under the management of C II Walker in the few years since its inauguration has fogged ahead until it now occupies first place in the Southern trade surpassing all the older local houses in its sales of fountains and supplies. For information relative to Soda Fountains or supplies address The Liquid Carbonic Co. 5-11 Nelson St. Atlanta Ga In artistic combination with Katz- Augusta Victoria ro ea and white the center was a large basket filled red azaleas the handle of the bas festooned with white roses that fell clusters among he azalea blossoms each end of the table was a of the red azaleas combined white spring primroses ands of smllax etched the white cloth between the silver and crvs dishes holding red and white Don and delicious candled fruit and ices were in red and white candlesticks all had their shades white and el On the mantel red including Mr ami Mrs Ottley Mr and Mr Harry atearnes Miss Charlotte Stewart Mr Chancey Smith and Doctor Zoepfell QellensteJn After the game a bird snipper was en- ed. Mrs Horton was beautifully gowned In white lace Mrs Brown wore a becoming toilet In cream-colored lace The charming home "a artistically decorated in palms and narcissi in graceful arrangement The Lucky Club. MISS BESSIE JON-IS entertained the Lwclcj Club at a luncheon at the Piedmont Driving Club afterwards at the Capital City Club. Mr and Mrs James D Robinson en tertained at the Capital City Club at li luncheon Frlda In honor of Mr and Mrs James Y Swift of Elbertoa Dick. ABEAtTIF'UL home wedding was that of Miss Emma Goldsmith and Mr Carl Dick which too 1 lace on Crew street Saturday afternoon at 2 30 o clock Rev H L. EUmondson officiating The popularity of the young couple was manifested b the numerous hand- tome presents which they received The bride wore a pretty traveling suit O'Shieldi-Saunder MR. AND MRS R. P. O'SHIELDS announce the engagement of daughter. Ethel to William nard Saunders the wedding to take Tuesday February- 12. from St. Aathony church In West End. At Hebrew Orphan Home. AN entertainment at the Hebrew Orphans' home on Washingtoa street under the auspices of Gate City lodge of the Independent Order of the Bnal Brlth. la billed next Tuesday night February 5 at o clock d. .e L" 'EW SO F' .o.'ay1 rr. .l .N 1 l 'c F l c' i I .f J C on. f I z. to torei1 SouthLand owr.d firmthat as s.o.Inu h is Hun arian reen app eciated san i- tal porcel in body.of is syrups. m stiness o Great.Department Co.'s is of a. 52-54-56 three-story I is CarbonlcCornpany younger..Soda. Fountain II. Soda in fountain COII pet tion blthe bran h C. in lnau iation. in .f Nels n roses testO r.1ed ed I I nysl dl.h I In'loo ng anI nd r Af r er. -hIt/ II M IS B ESIE J N'E8. ook en- .In an. Elberton. A BEAUTIFUL tl at toot 1.llI'e 2:30 F.O'SHIELDS i'agementof tbe Februa A OrphansHom entertalnmen. tat e &plce. Lodge' f 'B'ttthla bllled.t xt T\ Klay 5. o'clock. r d SUNDAY .3 19b 5 3 THET1 w f re this.design fed 8 s crys- bon- Mrs. was I33 Friday by R. 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  1. The Atlanta Constitution,
  2. 03 Feb 1907, Sun,
  3. Page 36

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