Apolinaris Natural Table Water
Apollinaris Natural Table Water, 1912 Advertisement, Cunard Daily Bulletin, Summer Number, 1912. GGA Image ID # 19c12d3062
Dr. Lutaud describes, in his carefully-written essay, the happy chemical composition of the Apollinaris Water as table water, which composition, combined with its pleasant taste, entitles it, in his opinion, to be called "Reine des Eaux de table."
He primarily dwells on the desirability of using natural mineral waters as table waters instead of shared waters because of the danger of typhoid fever and other infectious diseases frequently resulting from drinking impure water.
He also dwells on the advantages of natural mineral waters over artificial waters because the latter often contain impurities caused by the process of manufacture.
He then enters fully into the therapeutic applicability of Apollinaris Water. He especially recommends it as an adjuvant in the following morbid conditions: dyspepsia characterized by the acidity of the stomach, gastro-enteralgia, tendency to gall-stones, gouty conditions, catarrhal affections of the Genito-urinary mucous membrane, and uterine congestion leading to catamenial hemorrhage.
Supplied under Royal Warrants of Appointment His Majesty King George V and Her Majesty Queen Alexandra
It possesses all the properties of the Ideal Table Water.
Its purity is undoubted. It is mildly alkaline.
It prevents acidity.
It promotes digestion.
Apollinaris mixes admirably with Wines, Spirits, or Milk, and plain with a slice of Lemon, it makes a wholesome and refreshing beverage.
Never take ordinary water when traveling, but if possible, order Apollinaris.