This is my last try. I'v taken pic's of the advertizment in the news paper and it comes out to dark and hard to read because the paper is to weatherd and faded. I copied the paper onto white printer paper to give it some contrst. Hope this turns out.
Looks good to me!
Will, you are on a roll. Keep it up.
Are you selling the water, too???
I knew you could do it. Keep them coming....
We're waiting for more Will.
Only ever heard of Brite's disease once. My cousin had it when he was in high school.
They said it was from trying to drink all of the beer in Wisconsin without stopping.
Brite's disease is no longer recognized, but Bright's disease is well known today. Go to http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bright's_disease for the full details and to know if you might have contracted it without knowing you have it.
I wonder what part of the Buffalo you that from!
Thomas Edison was a sufferer of Bright's Disease, most likely due to his milk diet towards the end of his life. He'd drink 7-14 glasses of milk a day instead of eating.
Thanks Will - start 'em coming!
Great Will. I like the copy on these ads, our language sure has changed.
Thanks for posting.
I wonder if that is the same type of Lithia water as the spring in Ashland, Oregon? There is a park in the middle of Ashland called Lithia Park, and they have drinking fountains there where you can get "Lithia water". It is naturally carbonated water. It tastes like Alka Seltzer, and it is good for heartburn!
I was born in Ashland, and we lived there until I was 7. It was fun to trick visitors with the Lithia water at an unmarked fountain. I don't remember having heartburn as a kid, and I sure didn't like that water.
We've got a Lithia Springs here in FL, but I'm not sure if the water is the same other Lithia Springs.