Cold spring water from outside Hot Springs, Arkansas became a national sensation with backers from Chicago and the nationally renowned "expert" on spas Dr. Fitch touting its "medicinal value." A song dedicated to the Sleepy Water of Hot Springs, Arkansas was written, sung, and orchestrated by those of Guy Lombardo and his Royal Canadians. Radio programs and papers such as the Chicago Tribune loudly echoed testimonials of what the water had cured and could cure.
Today, Chewaukla Bottling Factory is not marked by sign, path, or map. It deteriorated and burned into shells of blackened gold and red brick and brackish mire of leaves. In the summer a camouflage of tree leaves hangs over the site.