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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 29, 1917)
THE BEE: OMAHA
Fo 4r Cordially Invited to the Formal
Saturday, Dec. 29th
This is Omaha's New Candy Shop. Its beauty has never been surpassed any
where in the country. It is complete in every new detail. Its beautiful walnut pan
eled and frescoed walls mark an evolution in backgrounds The wall cases are of
solid walnut and heavy mirrors and plate glass The candy counter cases are of mar
ble and plate glass, completely enclosing the dainties from dust and hands.
The Fountain is the work of master artists the back bar being of solid walnut,
trimmed with ebony framing mirrors, large mirrors. The front bar is of marble,
trimmed in onyx, while the top is of beautiful Black Cararra, which completes the
wonderful harmony and color scheme in the entire store.
The Coffee and Chocolate Urns are electric.
The stairway to the balcony is wide, copied from early colonial types, and invites
one to enjoy the cosy privacy of the Walnut Room above. 1
The floors are beautifully tiled tliroughout. But why go into detail here. Can
dy! and was built for you to have pride in. "
Come Saturday, Grand Opening Day, and inspect it.
Candy Land -will
in handling all
kinds of Candy.
We handle everything in real
fine Candies and Confectionery,
and can assure you ol perfect
quality and satisfaction.
Special attention will be given
to fancy boi trade and Candy
We are equipped to serve dain
ty luncheons here. Our menu
includes Soups, Sandwiches, Sal
ads, Pies, Fancy Fountain Dishes,
Coffee, Teas and Chocolates.
The service here will always
please you, and the quiet privacy
will be a treat to tired shoppers.
Candy Land's Fountain
is the largest and
finest in the
All the usual attachments are
here, together with new electrical
percolators and devices for sani.
tation and speed.
Here again the standard of
quality foods plays its important
part. We make all our own
Syrups, Creams, Ices and Foun
Musical Program Throughout the Day
Points of Especial Interest to Be Found in the Fixtures as
Installed and Designed by the Liquid Carbonic Company
"The artistic color scheme and com
pleteness of every detail with the fixtures
in Candy Land make it the most beauti
ful store in America today," said Mr.
L&moureux, local representee of the
Liquid Carbonic Co.
"The materials used," he added, "In the
construction of these fixtures is the most
costly on the market today the walls
being of solid walnut, the panels broken
only occasionally by imaginary leaded
mirror doors of an early Italian period
design. The candy cases and fountain
have made generous use of marble onyx
The materials used and the ideal method
in designing and construction make pos
sible the maxlum in perfect refrigeration
and assures absolute sanitation.
The electrical features in connection
with the great fountain are new steam
tables coffee and chocolate urns and
malted milk mixers are all electrically
equipped in the newest style marking a
most wonderful Improvement in fountain
service and building.
Omaha can well be proud of Candy
Land, said Mr. Lamoureux.
Candy Land Is Equipped Throughout With the
Baker System of Mechanical Refrigeration
IN THE CANDY DISPLAY CASES SODA FOUNTAIN tN COOLING
THE DRINKING WATER-IN WAKING TIIE ICE CREAM AND IN
KEEPING CANDIES AND FRUITS FRESH AND TASTY.
Down in the basement, away from public view, is lo
cated the Baker refrigerating machine, the ice cream
hardening room and the cold storage rooms for keeping
candies and raw materials fresh and wholesome.
In the soda fountain and back bar, and in the candy
display cases" are arranged the pipes through which cold
brine is pumped to furnish the refrigeration that cools the
clear, cold water which is served keeps the bottled
goods cold and the candies in best possible condition for
The ice cream hardening room and the candy room
in the basement are built in the building and insulated
with eight inches of material to keep out the heat. The
temperature in the hardening room is maintained at zero,
while the candy room is kept at 60 degrees Fahrenheit
The only ice used in Candyland is for the mixed drinks.
Mechanical refrigeration properly applied under the
RAKER SYSTEM, does the work better and cheaper than
The proprietors of Candyland have installed the
BAKER SYSTEMS in their two other stores Crystal
Candy company, Sixteenth and Capitol and the Olympia
Candy Store at Fremont
Petrow & Giannou
1522 Farnam Street
Telephone Doug. 621
These firms have helpsd io
make Candy Land possible illilll
and have given their best efforts gsuf?
to make it a pride spot to p
all Omahans rrr
When Candy Land was first plan-
ned, these firms brought forth . ifcliNl
their ablest efforts, and worked Kimisj
in close harmony to produce the &$!s3tfl
, , apple of their eye, as they all knew la
Omaha should have a real candy 6$s
Baker Ice Machine Co., 'Liquid Carbonic Co., INa
Perfect Refrigeration Plant. Fixtures and Fountains pSJ
, Carpenter Paper Co., ;"; , G. W. Lamoreux,
Miscellaneous Supplies. Local Representative. J
J James Corr Electric Co.. McCord-Brady Co., yf
I Electric Fixtures. ' Fruits and Supplies. II
Eggerss-OTlyng Co., Milton Rogers & Sons Co.. 1 V
Candy boxes. Tile Flooring. ) 1 1
l Waterloo Creamery-C . Seott-Omaha Tent & A 'w'g Co..
11 Creams. Awninga.
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