This section is from the book "On Uncle Sam's Water Wagon; 500 Recipes For Delicious Drinks, Which Can Be Made At Home", by Helen Watkeys Moore . Also available from Amazon: On Uncle Sam's Water Wagon.
Pour a quart of cider vinegar over one pint of raspberries and let stand for several days. Strain through a jelly bag, add two quarts of sugar and bring to the boiling point. Skim, and again strain. Cool, and bottle.
Pour a quart of vinegar over four quarts of mashed red raspberries. Let stand twenty-four hours. Then strain. Allow one pound of sugar to every pint of juice. Boil twenty minutes. Skim, and seal in sterilized jars. Keep in a cool place. Use two tablespoonfuls to a glass of water when serving.
Pour one quart of the best cider vinegar over four quarts of black raspberries. Cover and let stand for thirty-six hours. Drain through a jelly bag, getting all the juice possible. To every pint of juice add one pound of sugar. Boil for five minutes, pour into sterilized jars, and seal. Two tablespoonfuls of juice to a glass of cold water makes a delicious drink.
Mix one half pint each of maple syrup, honey, and raspberry juice. Put four tablespoonfuls into a glass and fill up with soda water.
Take the juice of one orange, one teaspoonful of lemon juice, one tablespoonful of raspberry syrup, and one tablespoonful of grape juice. Sweeten with one tablespoonful of powdered sugar. Mix well. Put into a glass half full of cracked ice and fill up with soda water.
Mix the juice of one orange and one teaspoonful of lemon juice with one tablespoonful of raspberry syrup. Sweeten with one tablespoonful of powdered sugar and pour into a glass half full of cracked ice. Add soda water to fill glass.
Mix well one and one half tablespoonfuls each of strawberry, raspberry, and orange syrups, and the juice of half a lemon. Put into a glass half filled with cracked ice and fill up with any charged water. Decorate with fresh fruit and serve with straws.
Mix one tablespoonful of raspberry vinegar and one tablespoonful of raspberry juice. Put into a glass one half full of cracked ice and add two tablespoonfuls of crushed raspberries. Fill up with soda water and serve with straws.
Mix one and one half tablespoonfuls of raspberry syrup with one and one half tablespoonfuls of orange syrup. Add two tablespoonfuls of grape juice and the juice of one lime. Pour into a glass one third full of cracked ice and add Apol-linaris. Stir well and decorate with cherries and pineapple cubes.
Break an egg into a shaker, add a dash of raspberry syrup and a teaspoonful of powdered sugar. Add milk and shake thoroughly. Strain into a glass and put a grating of nutmeg on the top.
Mix one tablespoonful each of strawberry and raspberry juice with two tablespoonfuls of vanilla syrup. Stir well, add hot water and whipped cream.