These page is reserved for items I want for my collection. If you have any of these, or know who does, please let me know!! Thanks!
D. Palliser – Mobile, ALA (Mobile, ALA on one line)
Purity Springs Bottling Works – Spring Hill, AL (capacity embossed on heel)
Coca-Cola Bottling – Demopolis, AL
Ragland Bottling Works – Ragland, AL
Ragland Rye-Ola – Ragland, AL
Fosko – Barq’s Bottling Co. – Panama City, FL
Rock Spring Bottling Works – Rock Mills, All
Koca-Nola – Farmer’s Ice & Oil Company – Camden, AL
Cherokee Bottling * MFG Co. – Cedar Bluff, AL
Helena Bottling Works – Helena, AL
Gay-Ola – Atmore Gay-Ola Bottling Works – Atmore, AL
Ashville Bottling Works – Ashville, AL
Horton Bottling Works – Chavies, AL
Crenshaw Bottling Works – Demopolis, AL
Youngblood – Troy Bottling Works – Troy, AL
Lockhart Bottling Works – Lockhart, AL
W.L. Gray Bottling Works – Sheffield, AL
Guntersville Bottling Co. – Guntersville, AL
Arab Bottling Works – Arab, AL
Gordon Bottling Works – Gordon, AL
Nova Kola – Stevenson, AL
Nickles – Talladega, AL
Orange Crush – Pine Hill, AL
Green Bors – Wedowee, AL
Heflin Bottling Wks – Heflin, AL
Nauvoo Bottling Works – Nauvoo, AL
J F McGowen ‘The Bottler’ Dixie, ALA
Dobbs & Herren – Tallassee, AL
Dobbs Talley & Co. – Tallassee, AL
R & R – Tallassee, AL
Coca-Cola Bottling Co. – Notasulga, AL
Eclectic Bottling Works – Eclectic, AL
Carrollton Bottling Works – Carrollton, AL
Branchville Bottling Works – Branchville, AL [no picture]
J.S.J. Sanders – Victoria, Alabama [no picture]
Red Level, Alabama bottle [no picture]
Fairhope Ice & Creamery Co. McDonald’s Dairy Ruffin Graham Dairy
Georgiana, AL Bottles
First bottle is an ACL, “Fulford’s Beverages” from Georgiana, AL. Front and back shown. This bottle had very weak paint, so all I have ever seen have nothing but ghosted labels. Al Fulford owned the Dr. Pepper plant in Georgiana. These sodas were his own flavored line of sodas.
Second bottle is Buffalo Rock. I have an embossed one, but there may be a ACL. The bottling company advertised being a bottler of Buffalo Rock in the 1940s and 1950s.
Third bottle is a 6 oz. Orange Crush from Georgiana. Every single one that I’ve dug has been broken. Looking for a whole one.
Last bottle is a shot in the dark. In 1929, the Lime Cola bottling company of Georgiana, announced they were now carrying a new beverage – Pale Dry Ginger Ale. I assume it was White Rock. Never have seen one but there’s a possibility there is one from Georgiana. Not sure if it was a paper label or embossed.
Lastly, the Dr. Pepper plant also bottled 7up. A marked 7up from Georgiana has never been found, but there could be one.
Whistler, AL Bottles
Looking for a ‘Orso Dairy’ milk bottle from Whistler, AL.
Malbis, AL Milk Bottle
Greenville, AL Jugs & Bottles
Looking for any of these jugs from Greenville, AL. I also hear theres a 5 gallon jug. Photos courtesy of Bill Garland. Buy his book if you don’t have it!!
Luverne\Brantley, AL milk bottle
Super Dairies – Luverne – Brantley, AL milk bottle
Jackson, AL bottle
Looking for this hutch from Jackson Bottling Works – Jackson, AL
Spring Hill, AL Milk Bottles
Nicholas Dairy and Windy Hill Farm bottles!
Pensacola, FL bottles
L-R – Jacob Lipps, Rauch & Pfeiffer, William Hudson Codd “Marble” bottle, Conrad Kupfrian, William Hudson lightning stopper, Chero twist
Grapico – McComb City, Mississippi
Pablo bottle – Biloxi, MS
Coca-Cola seltzer bottle – Gulfport, MS