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Up-to-date Fountain Formulas.
By E. F. WHITE. VERY season I gather and grape juice, 1 ounce of sweet cream and a little try many new and fancy finely shaved ice. Shake thoroughly and add drinks. Some of them prove enough carbonated water to fill the glass using very popular, others again the fine stream mostly. Strain into a clean are good only as specials for glass and serve. a few days. This past sea
MOLASSES TOFFY. son has been no exception
Into a 12-ounce glass draw it ounces of to the rule, and I give herewith some of the many formulas that have come
good molasses. Into this break an egg and add to me this year from various sources, not a few
I ounce of sweet cream and a little ice. Shake of which are of my own mixtures.
thoroughly, then fill with carbonated water, using These will make good starters for you for
the fine stream only. Toss and strain into a anoiher year, and I trust some of them will
clean glass and serve. mean money to you.
Into a 12-ounce glass draw 1/2 ounces of root This is a delicious combination of the grape beer syrup and 2 ounce of lime juice or the
as may be gathered from its juice of one lime if you have it. Fill glass name. Into a 12-ounce glass draw 1/2 ounces y full with fine shaved ice, add soda water, mix of pineapple syrup and add 2 ounces of Concord and serve with straws.
NEWPORT COOLER. Into a 12-ounce glass draw /2 ounce of cherry syrup, 12 ounce orange syrup, %2 ounce of lemon syrup and add 1 dash of orange bitters. Fill glass 's full of shaved ice. Fill with carbonated water, mix thoroughly and decorate with a slice of orange and a cherry.
berry syrup ; 34 ounce of orange syrup and 1 ounce of grape juice. Into this squeeze the juice of 12 a lemon and filll / full of ice, then fill with soda water and mix. Into this put 2 cherries and 2 pineapple cubes on toothpicks. Serve with straws.
SINGAPORE PUNCH. Into a 14.ounce glass draw 2 ounces of pineapple syrup, i ounce of grape juice and 2 ounce of claret wine. Into this squeeze the juice of y2 of an orange and fill %z full of fine ice. Fill with soda and mix with spoon, decorate with slice of an orange and 2 cherries on picks. Serve with straws.
KISS ME FLIPP.
Into a 12-ounce glass draw 12 ounce of orange syrup, 4 ounce of vanilla syrup and 72 ounce of pineapple syrup. Into this break an egg and add i dash of orange bitters, 1 ounce of sweet cream and a little fine shaved ice. Shake thoroughly and fill with carbonated water using the fine stream mostly. Strain into a clean glass and serve.
ASTOR HOUSE PUNCH. Into a 12-ounce glass draw 1/2 ounces of tonic syrup and break into it an egg. Add the juice of a small orange, an ounce of grape juice and a little fine shaved ice. Shake thoroughly and fill with carbonated water, the same as when making an egg phosphate. Strain into a clean glass and serve.
YANKEE SUNDAE. Fill a number 8 Gem spoon rounded full of vanilla ice cream and place it in a champagne glass. Cut a hole in centre with a spoon and fill with crushed strawberries. Dress with whole cherries and pineapple cubes. Serve a lady finger or two Nabisco wafers with this sundae.
Into a 12-ounce glass draw 12 ounce of raspberry syrup, 1 ounce of lemon syrup and 1 ounce of claret wine (the wine can be replaced by grape juice). Into this squeeze the juice of 2 a lemon, fill glass Y3 full of fine ice and the balance with carbonated water. Mix by stirring, decorate with a slice of lemon and serve with straws.
CHERRY VELVET SYRUP. In 5 pints of sweet cider dissolve 6 pounds of sugar without heat and add 12 ounces of cherry juice, 2 drams of essence of bitter almond and I ounce of fruit acid. Mix thoroughly.
MOUNT BLANC. Into a 12-ounce glass draw i ounce of strawberry syrup, 72 ounce of orange syrup, 12 ounce of vanilla syrup and 12 ounce of grape juice. Fill the glass 's full of ice and the balance with carbonated water and top with whipped cream. Serve spoon and straws.
HURRY UP SUNDAE.
Mix thoroughly the following: 8 ounces of pineapple cubes, 10 ounces of whole cherries, 8 ounces of whole raspberries, 6 peaches sliced, 12 pound of broken or ground walnut meat and 12 gallon of pineapple syrup.
CLUB HOUSE NUT SUNDAE.
Place a fancy saucer on plate to match. In the saucer place a No. 8 cone of vanilla ice cream. Around the ice cream place a ring of marshmallows and above this a ring of 6 walnut halves. Add 2 red and 2 green cherries and over all pour i ounce of grape juice. Serve Nabisco wafers.
MANHATTAN PUNCH. Into a 12-ounce glass draw 34 ounce of rasp
Fill a 12-ounce glass 13 full of shaved ice; into this squeeze the juice of a lemon. Add 2 or 3 sprigs of fresh mint and stir well to get the mint flavor. Fill the glass with ginger ale and decorate with a slice of lemon and serve with straws.
PISTACHIO PUNCH. Into a 12-ounce glass draw 12 ounce of lime juice syrup, 4 ounce of raspberry syrup and 72 ounce of pistachio syrup. Into this put a portion of ice cream and shake thoroughly. Fill with
carbonated water, using both the coarse and fine stream. Strain into a clean glass, top with whipped cream and also spice if desired.
PHILADELPHIA COFFEE SHAKE. Into a 12-ounce glass draw i ounce of coffee syrup, %2 ounce of vanilla syrup and %2 ounce of sweet cream.
Add a little ice and 8 ounces of milk and shake. Add enough carbonated water to fill the glass, strain into a clean glass, sprinkle with nutmeg and serve.
YELLOW AND WHITE.
Into an 8-ounce glass draw i ounce of lime juice syrup and add teaspoonful of essence of pepsin, 3 dashes of orange bitters and 4 dashes of phosphate, fill with carbonated water and mix.
BLOOD ORANGE SYRUP. Here is a new formula for an old-time favorite. Dissolve, without the aid of heat, 6 pounds of sugar in a mixture of 2 pints of fresh orange juice, 2 pints of water, a pint of cherry juice and 1 ounce of fruit acid.
ORIENTAL TUTTI FRUTTI SUNDAE. Mix the following in a porcelain container: %2 pint of crushed pineapple, 72 pint of crushed strawberry, % pint of crushed cherries, a pint of
Split a banana in two, lengthwise, put the halves in a long dish and cover them with vanilla ice cream. Peel a California orange and split it into sections. Arrange the sections in a row around the edge of the dish. This may be served plain or with grated cocoanut sprinkled over the ice cream.
In the bottom of a 14.ounce straight-sided glass put an inch of vanilla ice cream. Cover the cream with 12 an inch of fresh crushed strawberries that have not been diluted with Syrup. Place a 2 ounce portion of raspberry sherbet or water ice over this, cover with 2 ounces orange fruit, then fill the glass with whipped cream and decorate with maraschino cherries. Insert a long spoon down the side of the glass to the bottom. This should bring 20 or 25 cents.
In 3 pints of water dissolve i pound of sugar. Run through a felt filter bag and add /2 pint of orange juice, %2 pint of lemon juice, 4 ounces of either strawberry or raspberry concentrated syrup, place in a punch bowl and ice. Add 2 pint of fresh cut pineapple cubes and % pint of preserved fruits.
RASPBERRY VINEGAR SYRUP.
In a 12-ounce straight-sided glass draw 1'2 ounces of strawberry syrup and 1% ounces of grape juice. Fill glass \z full with fine shaved ice, add 4 sprigs of mint and 6 rose leaves. Crush these against the glass and ice with a spoon, fill with carbonated water and mix thoroughly. Decorate with slice of lemon and two cherries on toothpicks.
The following formula is given as a good way to prepare a raspberry vinegar. Fill a 2-quart jar with fresh red raspberries and pour over them good cider vinegar until the jar is full. Screw on the cover and allow the mixture to stand for a week, then scald, pour into a cheesecloth bag and strain off the juice. To every pint of juice add 1 pound of sugar and boil fast for 20 minutes removing the scum as it rises. While hot put in bottles. This may be used as it is or diluted to a desired consistency with simple syrup and makes a nice tart drink.
EMPIRE PUNCH. Into a 12-ounce glass draw i ounce of lemon syrup and 72 ounce of catawba syrup. Into this squeeze the juice of ı lemon; fill glass % full of fine ice and the balance with carbonated
water and decorate with fruits. Serve with that he would have made it all right had he only straws.
had a competent clerk. WESTERN NERVE TONIC.
It is no wonder to me that the ideal is so Make a syrup as follows: Mix thoroughly i
scarce, and the clerks are starting “dinkey' pint of compound syrup of sarsaparilla, 12 pint drug stores as fast as they can.
Eighteen hours per day, 365 days in a year, of ginger syrup, %2 pint of compound tincture of gentian, 2 ounces of fruit acid and 6 pints of
poor pay, and to be constantly arranging somesimple syrup. Caramel color q.s. To serve
thing the boss has torn down will drive a man
to anything draw i ounce in an 8-ounce glass and fill with
WALTER Smith. carbonated water.
The New York supreme court has decided ounce of pineapple syrup and 14 ounce of vanilla that an express company has no right to limit syrup. To this add 3 dashes of orange bitters
the liability for parcel lost in transit and claims and 12 ounce of sweet cream. Add a little fine
that the stipulation to that effect in the receipt shaved ice, shake thoroughly and fill with car
is void and contrary to the provisions of the bonated water. Strain into a clean glass and
interstate commerce act which has been in force since August, 1906. Shippers will feel at least
pleased to see things coming their way a little, That Poor Drug Clerk.
even though they have no particular grievance Editor of The Spatula : Much has been said
against transportation companies. pro and con on this subject. I am sending you a sketch of the sign that hangs in front of the drug store of to-day, that offers a partial solution to this question.
Some one has already said that “a clerk is just as anxious to have a desirable boss as you are to have a desirable clerk." I believe that there are more incompetent proprietors than there are poor clerks.
A man will embark in the drug business who has never had any experience (possibly without experience of any kind), just because it is a standing joke that the price of rain water in a drug store is $12.80 per gallon.
He will hire a pharmacist just because the law requires a registered man in charge. Then because a customer becomes impatient when he has to leave the prescription case to “jirk” some kind of soda water that the boss never heard of, he is a poor clerk.
He is anxious to do as much of the buying as possible, and soon loads up on a lot of "junk” that no one can sell. When he is hard up for money to pay his bills, his only consolation is,