The Atlanta Constitution from Atlanta, Georgia on June 23, 1907 · Page 11
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V VJK i II PIKMEUP PIKMEPP PIP1EUP The Drink of the Age This Is Going To Be Called For in Every Store and at Every Soda Fount. ITS MERIT IS ITS GREATEST ADVERTISER You Need a Stimulant Sometimes SO DOES YOUR BUSINESS HERE IT IS THE IDEAL BEVERAGE Contains No Injurious Properties It Is a Clean Drink Guaranteed Under the Pure Food &Drug Act June 30,1906 SOLD ONLY IN SYRUP PORM Your Territory May Be Open Write for Full Particulars Also for Sample Decorated Crowns. Plenty Of Advertising Matter. ACT NOW THIS IS YOUR CHANCE Write For Full Particulars to PIKMEUP SYRUP CO. Chester South Carolina. Support Your Home Folks Southern Made Goods for Southern Houses. SCALES WILSON CO. The Extract People GREENVILLE S. C. ARE MANUFACTURERS OF High Grade Extracts Flavors Essen ces Colors Fruit Oils Fruit Juices Compounds Specialties Etc. Etc. FOR BOTTLERS CONFECTIONERS SODA FOUNTS ETC x We would Imprest uporf QH the fact that we can save you at least 25 per dent. WE REQUIRE YOUR INTERESTS AS THE SOUTH NEEDS AN ENTERPRISE SUCH AS OURS WE ARE MANUFACTURERS NOT JOBBERS Little drops of water Little grains of sand Combined in a Lynn Filter Are known all over the land. The Modern Bottler must have absolutely clear sparkling water to prevent iris product from having a dull lifeless appearance. Lyan Filters are made in all sizes and capacities for all Bottlers. We are quot ing special discounts. Write today. CINCINNATI OHIO. BLAZING LINE OF YOUNG GIRLS peel Cable. Root June 21 While fifty girt wear- lac white veile and carrying lighted candles were taking part in a religious J j proo4saion at Ceglie near Bart yeater- She ran along the double rank e-f her companion and aet flre to their refl l a A number of a n tore offMhe burning rells but twelve of the girls were terribly born d about the head and upper part of the body Some of th m n also received bad burns Now to land the springtime regal I'm inspired Only time 'tis not Illegal TO be Ured. STATE CHEMIST TESTS COCA-COLA. EXHAUSTIVE OFFICIAL REPORT SHOWS CAFFEDTE ONLY STTii- CLATUCO INGREDIENT. Amovot Glaa or Bottle Leu Thasi i Averaar Cup of Tea or Coffee. 9 Trace of Cocalae or Other D leterfo Sabatamee Montgomery June 22 Special Among the many experiments and anal yses which have engaged the recent attention of Dr R B Ross. State Chem ist and his corps of efficient associates in the chemical department of the Alabama Polytechnic Institute a Auburn the exhaustive examination of samples of Coca-Cola taken from syrup purchased in the open market together with the official report made regarding this'well-known beverage is certain to b of genuine widespread interest throughout this state This official report of Dr Ross together with the thorough and exhaustive analysis made by Prof Emerson R. Miller who holds the chair of pharmaceutical chemistry at the University of Alabama absolutely answers every question or controversy regarding this drink and makes possible the thorough understanding of the entire matter while at the same time it presents the ingredients of this beverage from the careful \lewpolnt of an eminent authority whose only and every care is the welfare of the people- of the state of Alabama whom he haa served so ably and so well Aa a result of this examination in the future every Alabamian who cares to drink Coca Cola will have the satisfaction of knowing exactly what he Is drinking Alabama Foremost In Reform. In the wave of reform which has swept over this country regarding the proper labeling of drugs and the careful selection between pure and deleteri ous or adulterated foods Alabama haa been in the very fore of the southern states. For this reason the experi ments which have been made by Dr Ross the State Chemist and his collaborators are not only of great in terest but of tremendous Importance to the welfare of tbe commonwealth and pertinent to the health of its every citizen Perhaps because of the many who drink Coca Cola the reports which ha\e Just been made are e\en more In teresting than some of those regard- Ing the analysis of some of the more common necessities In every household lot to the average American citizen It is the luxuries rather than the necessities of life with which he Is chiefly concerned when demanding the absolute purity which has made this present epoch a veritable modern reformation. Regarding Coca Cola and its ingredients the reports of the State Chemist and the professor of pharmaceutical chemistry do not deal In glittering generalities On the other hand they confine themselves absolutely to the findings resulting from the exhaustive analysis which it was admitted was se-veral weeks In the making and from several samples purchased in the open market that the question of whether or not Coca Cola Is harmless might be absolutely and definltel settled Happily for those Alabamians who have for ears been among the patrons of this drink the analysis prcnes that while the chief aad the only stimulating ingredient in Coca Cola is caffeine the amount used in the making of a glass or bottle of the beverage is about th came in quantity as the amount of caffeine contained In a cup of tea or coffee of average strength Less Caffeine Than In Tea or Coffee. In the report made by Professor Miller h states that the amount ox cat- feine was from I 25 to I 29 grain to the fluid ounce of sirup As is well known or may be easily demonstrated by watching any soda fountain clerk the amount of syrup -used in the mak Ing of a glass of Coca Cola is not more than an ounce and generallj less Tfrp amount used In bottling the beverage also about one ounce making the a\erage amount of caffeine in a glasfr bottle of this well known drink about one grain As tjb.e jeports or tne most eminent and recognized chemists In the counttrj show that the average amount of caffeine In an ordinary cup of tea or coffee runs from one and three quarters grains of caffeine to over two grains the relative injury resulting from the drinking of tea or cot fee compared with that of Coca-Cola must be obvious to the most casual and disinterested person As to the presence of cocaine or any oeher deleterious substance Professor Miller after this most careful and exhaustive analysis sates tbat ne was unable to flnd any cocaine or other in jurious substance Mo Trace of Cocaine or Harmful Drugs. In fact after stating his inability to find any deleterious substance Profes sor MtUer sajs th&t he found the only stimulating Ingredient was caffeine The amount of caffeine found in Coca- Cols according to the analysis of the world s best chemist is about the earn amount as la found in a cup of tea or coffee of average strength Having dlaoosed of any question of cocaine or other injurious ingredient and having determined caffeine to bn the only stimulating element Profes sor Miller sign it W name to the analysis and at the same time ends any doubt or uncertainty regarding thi widely known beverage and Its effects upon those who drink It. As for Dr Rosi the mate Chemist he endorses and concurs in the report of Professor Miller making it an official document as well as lending the weight and Influence of his own name and reputation that the question might be settled definitely for all ttiose wno are interested concerning this drink. It is stated that Dr Ko s the State Chemist and his associates are now engaged in making exhaustive analyses of many of the foods beverages and other materials now sotd throughout this State and that the reports of analyses will make possible the thorough understanding as to the injurious or harmless Ingredients of these materials on the pant of all Alabama purchasers For this and many other reasons thes experiments which may perhaps be postponed during the summer months are universally conceded to b of the greatest Importance as well as of vital interest to erery crtlxen In this State. JOURNALS OP THE SOFT DRINK TRADE. Atlura la the Home of the South' Two Ora au of the 'Wholesale smd Retail Branches at the IndBatry. The carbonated bottlers of the south something like 3.0OO in number practically to a man regularly receive the Southern Carbonator and Bottler tha highly successful journal of the trade tbat Mr Donald A. Loyless has built up In Atlanta. Two years and a hall ago this monthly publication ir magazine form was established as the journalistic representative of the important and rapidly expanding "soda bottling" industry IB Dixie and notwithstanding it was an untried field and predictions of failure were many. The Southern Carbonator and Bottler grjw from a modest beginning not so owly and very surely into one of the largest and typographically most imposing trade papers In the vouth. The current Issue of this prosperous and enterprising organ of tbe south- era carbonated botUlar trad haa 411 OKA HOT MY m- Is a natural desire but remember' there is just one thing that the bottle can hold will enable you to forget worry and fatigue 'zn V6uL quenches the thirst refreshes r W 9 r vigorates as nothing else can. Its Purity Proved by Analysis CHEMICAL DEPARTMENT South Carolina College COLUMBIA S. C. cca pages and they are just twice tbe size of an ordinary magazine page printed on heavy super-calendared book paper with an abundance of half-tone Illustration and colored Ink on tne advertising pages The advertising support of The Southern Carbonator and Bottler Is most generous due. of course to the certain returns from an ex elusive journall ilc representative of the trade that i caches In the most concrete kind of a way the carbonated bottling plants of the entire south and southwest in all eighteen states And territories. The Southern Carbonator and Bottler is conducted along modern trade Journal lines being us Interesting and valuable from a news and information standpoint as it is attractive in its physical make-up Its reading pages are replete with items of interest rela- ti e to southern bottling plants and bottler with a mass of matter of peculiar value R the trade much of It technical and some of it scientific. It Is carefully edited and widely read and quoted in the trade Mr Loyless is at present interesting himself in the establishment of a monthly publication to represent the retail carbonated beverage or soda fountain trade in the south. The initial number of this trade- journal known as The Soda Dispenser has already made Its appearance from Atlanta. The new paper Is well patronized and shows every promise of duplicating the success of its wholesale contemporary. The Southern Carbonator and Bottler. Both of these excellent monthly papers Issue weekly bulletins of their respective trade In their circulation territory chronicling promptly business changes wants and a variety of trade Information This is to certify that pursuant to your request I have bought in the open market from the Murray Drug Ga. an original package of five gallons of Coca-Cola syrup bearing the label of "The Coca-Cola Co. Atlanta Ga. and have subjected the same to careful analysis. The object of this investigation being to establish the presence or absence of cocaine and possibly of other injurious alkaloids I operated on quantities of three to five tunes the amount contained in a bottle of the carbonated beverage. The extractions of the syrup were repeated until the aklaloids were entirely removed and different tmmissible soh ents \v ere used on different portions. The crystalline substance thus obtained was further separated by fractional extractions after which it was concentrated and tested. Since this concentrated product which would contain all of the cocaine failed to respond to the tests for cocaine it is clear that the alkaloid is absent or if present at all then in quantities too minute to allow of detection. The active constitutent of Coca-Cola Syrup proved to be caffeine and in quantities seemingly less than in a cup of good coffee or tea. There was no o\ idence of the presence of other alkaloids. Signed W. B. BURNEY Chemist Guaranteed under the Pure Food and Drugs Act June 30 1906. Serial Number 3324. Everywhere kP THE FIKMErP SYRUP CO Chester S. C. This company was formed for the purpose of pushing the popular Pikmeup beverage made from the Pikmeup syrup Thla drink has become very popular with the southern bottlers and the company are more than sanguine .of the ultimate success of this great beverage It ha now been before the public a little over'two years and daring that time has made great headway in public favor It is a drink that contains no injurious properties The name given by the originator Mr R. R. Scales to this pleasant beverage is of English origin The English people when they need something to build up their drooping spirits ask the dispenser to give them a Pick-me-up The president of the company is Mr. R R Moffatt. who Is a well-known business man of Chester. 8 C. ABOCT LABELS. The Silent Salesmen Sort. The wisest tbe cheapest and moet ef- rectlv advertising that a bottler can do Is that of placing a neat and attractive label on every package he sends out Good label are slltnt salesmen-salesmen that Impress the consumerand build op- business Tbe Atlanta Label Company Is the only hous m the south de voting time talent and capital to thia branch of usefulness and the quality of i their product is equal 40 the test produced anywhere. At this parQentar perl- od when the country la to b overrun by Inspectors under the Pur food Laws- tooth national and state It behoove ever bottler to t prepared u& lafteu uau conform with the laws The Atlanta Label Company ha secured expert in formation arm Is prepared to furnish labels that conform with th Kw tt-'t are cheap In price and catchy of design A bottler WHO uors t\uv Be yond the state lines will not be interfered with toy the national government but every state Is enacting similar laws as fast as the legislatures meet. Here In Georgia for Instance the law has b en enacted and become actlvel operative August 1st next After that date very character of food product mint be labeled In conformity with the law Neglect or refusal will entail a heavy penalty a fine more than enough to buy all the labels an average bottling plant could i r in two or three years It Is this knowledge of the law. this ability to protect Its customers and the silent salesmen sort of labels made by the Atlanta Label Company that has popularized it with the bottlers The make labels show cards and gum stick ers of every kind and character for every purpose. Their work is of the best and the satisfaction they have given in the past Is tout an earnest of what may be expected In the future. Special individual and exclusive designs furnished wnen desired. Order by mall receive prompt attention. Address Atlanta Lfci Com pany 64 Madison a/ve Atlanta Ga. GREAT AMERICA HOP ALE. A success most pronounced and most deserved has been made by the Ameri can Beverage Company of this city and Great American Hop Ale is being told an over the United gut s by bot tler of quality. There WM for year a demand for a temperance drink pos- eaiecTof the good Qualities of fceer. but at Intflrtratfoc propmi i beverage that would build up and ton4 up the system that would taste like beer and would be welcomed in the Home aao hospital alike Thus the Great American. Hop Ale filling as it does all ol tnese requirements foi.-nd ready-made friends to bid It welcome friends in the pulpit and in the p-w On merit therefore hat the American Beverage Company built its suf- n To onot tl -lv xpr ton. "The sick get well and the' wefl MOW fa Ji. A II.-.14 Hop Me Of course s-ie-- l vli Imitators and equally trae In thin Instance Is It that the imitations re no more to DC comp -j .o j tj. ud i popular Great American Hop Ale than I chalk Is comparable with cheese Imitator r n 'te quality of the good 7 nutt taaie 01 o imei Is Imparted by a secret process that chemists have sought /or yean to do p'lcau but without success. r Bottlers find It to their interest to handle these goods oecaase It does not sour or deteriorate with agt because It I goes one-sixth further than Imtutlocs because there fa no license or revenue tax nece sar and last but not leait becatwe there to a demand for Great 1 American Hop Ale. and the Americia Beverage Company protects by its tfuljt ante under the National Pure .Hood Laws serial number 823 all boltkr who buy the pure unadulterated intoxicating popular and profitable. Great American Hop Ale A -word -t tbe wlM Is sufficient. "A fool cannot be convinced.1 Boy try and you'll ever drink A. cup that Joy and blessings Una Great Amtncan iop A t luslv ly by the American Corapar AUaata Oa. 'T GRE TEST Drug 30 1906 ONL Y SYR UP G R E E N V ILL E J Specia ties SOpA upon-'j1Qu 5 t. r I INTE. RESTS AS. I 'I Weare q uot. di couuts. Me .1ffj G TIt da.y one of the 1ri. acclclent&l17 .m liTe to her veO. lon f 'and alao. 'DUmber men toreoff the rl.a burned. Bomeof the men I"eC Jved 1lUD1 c GRfAISUCCES& COCA COlA WON COCA-CO sTD INGRED 'l' A Y e -"N. OtJa r -Deleten Hont mery 22.-Bpeclal.- BtateChem- a a.t. I thia well-known be chem1s y ueltlon fetn e o a js U e ta I Al .bama. Coca-Cola COI-I In- of I Coca-Cola In- pres-I a- Coca-Cola I I Coca-Cola Coca-Cola I o ntt In n c a I a stre th I e hew a mthf 5th 0 gun I o j 1&.8s Coca-Cola 1 I Ingoft ne al he l er the' I hou t g B 7 t o r j I i fit t Ie r 1 Inoanr j I three-quartera ree.compared Profes or In- Pr fea- onl a.mOUDlt MW n 8 wtdeJy-known T. eta e e rn1 tg IS k. Roes. ottheae eq erlments unlv Uy b8 eatelt Import e DR 1'fK t e Iot .d B 1aea t r a b a JY &t 'it I bott11ng"'IDdnlltry cr W' lff'aphle .U m t 1Itb. car onate4 bo @qftit in- l an. Journall'Llc I r th-e an alrea v th se mo thly w kly rup ettn terrlt 7' in bearingthe in.a solvents wen a d Since. t is g od w s 5c 5c CO. I C e.tel' of bevera e. j th b R. S. evet' Dt u.1ea u. re. umero-anc rl tI Of re d taio .tbe. oa tJ' equal.tO' the' J1. Wb t)6. 7 P to.n eM. er. th..f"u1"e La. D&tJo aJ state-rt eTer'y C. .1I t& In- conf 'M' t s ph. been o ra- hea\ pen ty-a 1M ablllt They purpo e. Thelr'-work I an 1 aa lfactJon del Ired. II IYe "e. -i" bMn-made .11H n& I lc 0. bJ'1Io1. ne "of. 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