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Ostbney ? Johnston, SOI East Broad St. Dabnoy ? Johnston
scopriate Xmas Gifts.
Wc arc offering an elaborate line of handsome Footwear, exceptionally well adapted
for seasonable gifts. Our Ladies', Gcttflcmcn's and Children's Slippers are strikingly
artistic, and possess the much-needed virtues required of serviceable and appropriate
Christinas presents. 1??]?? *rt?*wMrti *<?.-<?, ?:*a*;
This cut represents
flic following grade in
Red and Black?
Red, Black, Brown,
Gray and Blue??
This cut repre?
sents Misses', Chil?
dren's and Ladies'
Slippers, all sizes?
Ladies' Bath Slippers....
Ladies' All-Felt Slippers
%3p 3 s^JP **?v
This cut. represents one
of our special styles in
Green and Red Felt and
Green and Purple Velvet.
and Children's Slippers,
Best O r?de Felt,
50? 75c and
Men's House Slippers, in Leather or Velvet, at..,.**,..*-?..?*... .?.?.?.?.?.?*.?.?.-,?..? 50c
Men's House Slippers, in Black or Tan, at...?..?..,*.-?.??.................. 75c
Men's House Slippers, in Black or Tan, at.?....?.???.?f.;.?..?.$1.00
Men's House Slippers, in Black, Tan or Wine, with white kid lining.~. .$1*25
Men's Fancy Colors in Vici Kid, white kid lining?extra nice. .$1.50
We will continue to give dolls for the little girls and fire'
crackers for the boys until Christmas.
Our store will be open every night until 8 o'clock. Satur?
days until 12*
301 East Broad St., Cor. Third.
Arch-Support of a "Dorothy Dodd."
A STEEL ARCH.
Most shoes are made to a cenata last But the "Dorothy Dodd"
shoe is made to the human foot, and That Is srhy it la so graceful
ar.d comfortable. It follows the eii-ct ?ir.es of the foot.
Every foot is arched In the waist, so all shot? are made arched
also. But they don't remain arohexJ rsore than a few days. The
arch flaittna out compietti)'. The tool then slips up ar.d down
In the ehoe.
Eut the "Dorothy Dodd" has an arch of ?tee! be tire-en the inner
end outer col??*?. Thla arch is firmly held by sewing th* inner and
outer soles through and through?a f?*at,ure found only In custom
made shoes. It can't ttatteni
'Die weak arch of the foot Is perpetually sup?
ported by this arch of steel, ?here In no ?slipping.
This ?plains why you can walk for miles In these shoes tvithout
the least fatigue.
Oxfords, i2.r.f). Boots. 5:100.
Specials, fiOc mor'?.
rant-color eyelet? do not wear
rr?/?? amd ?tf?OAD s rxrers
j^tssuamaa. ?usEHnuutxa. ??? i
(Continued Prom Thirteenth I'agp.)
|?*ar S.mia ('lau*:
I am a little girl four yoare old, and?
try to I?; good, bo pleubQ bring rn? a do|l,
a munkey. a uo-cart, and lotti of t?ya u mi
candy arid nul*, and ?an orango. 1 will ?
go to steep early mi Christmas Eve,
your little friend,
Its Rout h l'util titrcei.
Dear Sani.? '.'laut.?: l'ita.-*?* bring me a
hook and ladder, a story buoi;, a hum, a
tool chest, pencil box, and lote i4 ???
Vour little, friend,
Vi:'SSl'.i JOriU'Ii r/.N'KIL, Jr.
Dear Santa Claus: Weaec bring me a
pair of urn thoea ami ??tooUlliga, ?????
hi?r.dii<:ri.!il*?.;. a comb and brush, a long
kimona, and a pair of lild gloyec,
Vour i 'v?i.g uni., friend,
Dear Kant? ?'lau-. l'i* .??.?<? bring ine
noli baby und ?ani.??., a ??tory ?>?..?)<,
.?K o? blo< Kfc. fc'inie mltfl ami Icgglnga.
Vour imi,; friend.
liKlt.N'.uiKJ i ;?; uNKii.i,.
Dear Hanta ?."lau?",".1?..?'.? bring
f*loup*.'ilf iti lei ? ed tu a W?n?\/iit a
book, a ?anon, candy and nut*, and ioni'
pi j-, ia* rL<*iH. A?<1 'lor. ? forgel my lu?
ll,? in phi W Jain? ' ?
l.'.t IH COLBMAN ?iNKli..
Dear BaiiU Clau?: I'loasc bring ma ?
? j? -11. carriage! a sci o( dlsiie?, a M',.*.*i
Chair, a table, a :.1< Igh, a ilor..' book, I
li'un, some i.uitt and candy, and plea ?
dresa my doll,
vour utile friend
li?A CISCKUA 0 :?.;.!,.
Dear Bantu Claua: Pleuae .??*."
spinning lop, a wagon, a ?,?,,, and lad
? der and iir? engine. Pon'i forgi ? m
Your little? boy live vi ai t <M
il. ?tBAXTON hi.i.i?!..?.'
Dear Ban* ? CI.-. pica * ?.,.?,,? , .
Utile Ianni ami a l.u?!, >.],.,n- a, ? ,.
a I.II..1 ami a mil? bure? ? m 11*1 a bal
nut?, oranges and apples.
Prom foui Utili girl
\??:?;??; j QIlD
jj yeai ,.'?
itili, iinoul Va .?itti 1 . ,
ll.-ar Sania ? 'Ian. : ? ?.,???, ,, ? , ,
labi year, ? flon't i.hoa wjjutier ??
gotten it or not, so I will write thla year.
Please .send ?no some Are works, somo
nuts, candy and oranges, a pair of nice
pants, >i toy of somo kind that will tiult a
little boy eight years ? old. Good bye
Santa. From your little friend,
GEORGE O. FOI.SOM.
??? ?. First St, City.
Dear Santa Claus!
Here is a letter, dear Santa Claus,
And we hope you will read it through,
From Richmond and Manchester children.
Who arc talking and dreaming of you.
Wc greet you from homes of th? wealthy,
From homes of Hit* laborers"," too.
From home of the Alley and tenement
We send a greeting to* you.
We hope you will have a present
For all of us girls and boys.
But what each of us most merit
We beg to leave you to your choleo.
Now. Santa please don't forget us,
For fun-loving children are we,
But give us a Merry Christmas,
In thi.s Nineteen hundred and threo.
CHILDREN OF RICHMOND AND
MAUD A. LOMBARD,
2621 East Broud Street, city.
Richmond, Va., Decomber 11, 1S03.
Dear Santa: 1 want to make a few of
my multa known. I would llko tn huvo a
pair of pattenleather shoes a nice suite.
half dozen nice handkerchiefs, pair of kid
gloves, a watch chain, bracelet and a
ring with my birth stono in it,
I remain your truly, . ,,
Age. 12 years old.
Richmond. Va., December 11, 1003.
Dear Santa ?-'laus: This la time of the
year when all bearla turn to you. In
(!<<d you certainly must bo tired of Ilio
many want? you have to rend. But how
will you know what to bring if
wo do not ?ell what to bring.
Of course you know what u boy
Ieri yearn old would want. But 1 might
want more than most boye of my ago
would be niitla?led with. This year 1
would llko to havo a nice desk, a sled,
?:. new? guard, a football, a football suit,
.? pair of shin guarda, a box of pop.
crackers, a blank pistol, and a boat, I
1,'pe? you do not think 1 rtm very hcIIIhIi,
t ,?t I want tli<-*ii? so badly I fool you will
give lii'in to mi*.
Vour* a) nee rely,
in* ?,molili. Va., December il, 1Q03.
My Dear Santa Claun'o: As It is grltluiT
Itctsr ?in'iman timo, I thought I would
write you a few IIii?-h to let yon know
v.!.at r -.-..?ni you to bring me ClirlslmiiH.
ir it |a not too riiucli for you lo brins
I want a wilting Denk, und nome hooka
and a lot of Uri-Works, nula und candy.
I'l-a;*,; bring tliein lo
??; 12 Bark Ave.
D' ir Kiiity: I wuiit a pony rimi inri, a
? ;| a ? .u ol ?kate? Ulld a pair of rab
I ?..|.?,? HOIIIII ?rifili? lllllJgH. 1 want
? f soldiers, cannon ami pop cruel?; -
? ai,? firework?, ???G? forget Mumm?.
Popper. Bl?ter, I,?other, bring lliein a holo
lot of K'"-d things.
l'Oli I-no/; ine ami I know yrjll
?.-.? no ont ran * ut our knowing in two
ir llltlo fib ml,
Iti? Urnoiid, ?? . December IB, 1903,
tai Cl ,,, * i .un u vi ry li? t lu girl.
I ??'?? ' i"????! girl liecaiiK?! iny Aiutilo
"?? ? ?,,,??? you lo bilng ini; ??
' ' Htid a |lti|a goporl io ride li in
I drum, ?(imo building Moru*
? i" inn hook, mu? | vvoul.l
1/ Li*?? .* ni*.e Utili* |'?H'k||IU eliolr
Ulto SlaleiB If y0u havo ono to Kpnro
Ooud byo Chiuso,
From y0tU. nulo girl,
1320 West Clay Street,
niellinomi, Vu., December IB, 11)0.1.
Delti' Santa Clause; Please brini/ ino a
writing denk, sol. of Iilslo'R Hooks, fletn|>
hoolt, book bug, ?lull, ChrlHlmus I roe.
and lots? of good tilings, 1 will put ?
nice warm pali? of glovos un Um iniinlol
for you, Oootl bye,
Mnnohostei?, Vo., ?cc IC. loo.i.
I.'cur Huai ta: Clulstniuu Is drawing
near and 1 think I will write to yon
to let you know wluil 1 want. 1 want
?in Infant doll and lour nlco luindltor?tliuis
nini dont forgot (o dress my clirlstmus
tret?, Good by, from your Little Olrl,
? BOO Hull Bt.
Bwnnsboro, Vn., Doc. II. 1003.
My Doal? Old Santa Clans; 1 am u lltllo
girl hIx years old. I ?tin not going to
auk you to bring mo very much. PlonHo
bring mo a .Kitchen set, Tea set, Book,
Doll Baby. ?andy, Nuls and anything
that you think 1 would Hieb to have. Do
not. forgot ti? como. I urn going to bod
real early and will noi peep nt you.
Your llltlo girl,
Swnnsburo, Vn., Dec. 1*1, 1003.
Denr Old Bantu: I urn a littlo girl
elgln years old and havu learned how
to rend and wrllo real nice. I want you
lo bring mo a pnlr of Gloves, a parelieosl
board, Trunk, Doll baby. Ctip. Saucer
and plate. I have a littlo ?sister, her
namo Is Thelma Montague. 1 wunt you
to bring hor a little Broom, Cup, Saucer
and Flute. " Do not forget our Candy
and mils, Be sure and come,
Your llltlo friend.
Pear Santa. Clans: ? huvo boon very
r,lek, su 1. hopo you will bo very good
to me. Piense bring me n Bo?: of Candy,
a Book, Pencil box, Bottlo of Perfume,
game, doll, Flro works, oranges and a lot
of good things. Don!, forget some Ban?
anas. I am going to lied soon.
Your little frlond.
FLORA DUN ANT ROBERTSON.
Dear Sania Claus: G um 0 yours old
nnd I go to sqhool. Please bring mo a
pair of kid gloves, some ribbon, sumo
handkerchiefs, ? pretty hook and some
furs, and a doll baby dresoci In white.
This is all X want. Your friend,
803 S. 7th Bt.
Dear Santa Claus: I um ? years old
and I go to school too. Pleaso bring mo
a set of furs, a doll baby, dressed in pur?
ple, a gocart. and somo ribbon, some
orange?, a Christmas tree.
Your little friend;
902 8. 7th St.
Greenville, S. C, Dec. 11, 1903.
Dear Santa Claus:
1 am a. little lot ,1ust four years old,
but please don't forget mo. Please bring
me a train with an engine No. 993 and
costs 31.10. 1 saw it at iho Outlet; bring
mo a drum too and all sorts of good
things to oat. for I try to bo a good little
boy. I am a Vlrglnla-n, so don't forget
that I am in South Carolina this Christ?
Your littlo friend,
T. CARROLL JAMES.
Union, W. Va., Dec. 15, 1903.
Dear Santa Claus:
Please bring mo somo tin .noldiers, a
drum, a horn,'a tool chest, a brownies
book, some candy, a big -wagon, and
Noah's ark and any thing elso you havo
nlco for a boy eight years old,
Dear Santa Claus:
I am a little boy just G? years old I am
out In the county. Pleas dont forget mo
1 want a Set of Tools. ' Good bye,
Lantana, Guochland, Co., Va,
230.1 Venable Street, Richmond, Va.
Dear ,Sai.#a Claus:
Please send nio a littlo tea set and a
piano and a doll-'baby'a house, and a
hon* and a big rubber ball Pleaso don't
? Stuart, Va., Dec 11, 1903.
Dear Sania Claus:
1 am a boy six years old ami lltllo
sister Vlrgle Is three years old. Wo aro
just getting better of a bad spell of Scar?
let Fever, and wo have been real guod,
so I know you will como to seo us. Bring
me somo paint pencils of all colors and
a wagon and a horse with a bushy tail.
Bring Vlrgio a horse and wagon too,
and a great big doll. And bring us a
hole heap of candy and grapes and
?.?ranges and other good things to eat.
Do bo suro to come dear good Santa
MURRAY E. THOMPSON.
December II, 1003.
Dear Santa Clans: I want you to bring
mo a foot-ball, chatterbox, horn, game and
somo candy and nuts and fireworks by
the car load.
Your littlo friend,
ALBIN NETII ERWOOD.
No. 3310 East Broad Streot, city.
Richmond, Vai, Doc. 16, 1903.
Dear Saula Claus: Pleaso bring mo ?
doll and a t.-tblo, a nlco tea sot and a
rocking chair, so I can play tea party
with my doll. You needn't bring little
staler Graco anything but a rattle, us,
Look at the Brand!
The FINEST In the World
Costs Less than One Gent a Gup
Forty Highest Awards En Europe
Waiter Baker & Co, Ltd,
Established 17*0 Dorchester, Mass.
elio I? only four months old, nnd hrliiR
us plenty of toys for our tree, t?uod-byo,
No. 201,1 East Broad Street
Richmond, Vn., Dec. 10, 1003,
My Dear Biihlu Olntis: ChrlalmnH Is
iiearly hero and I want you lo pienso
bring mu a horn unit a drum, a railroad
frnln nnd n blackboard and two boxes of
oliulk, a box of building blocks, and don't
forgot wu nro going to havo a treo with
a nlco yard around It. Mamma nays you
only bring toys lo good buys, ko I nm try?
ing my host to bo good, hut It Is a very,
hard thing to do. Good-bye,
JAMES AltNOLD SLOAN,
Dear Old Santa: I want you to bring mo
a nlco doll baby, ?? wash tub nutl board,
(Uovo, baby onrrlogo? nnd Christmas troo.
Pienso do not forgot my Cnualn Hdnit,
alio wants a doll baby and cradle. I live
ut No. 11002 Lester Streot. 1 rciyaln,
KATIE TH Hit 138 A WELSH.
nichinond, Vn., Doc. Il, 1003.
Dear Old Santa;*! will'write you a fow
linos to lot you know what I want Christ?
mas. I want somo candy and nuts, ono or
two games and a big ball nnd a doll baby,
nnd ?omo fire crackers, and do bring mo
a Christmas troc,
. Your little girl,
Age cloven years.
Manchester, Vn., Doc. IS, 1D03.
Dear Old Santa Claus: I want you to
bring mo a nlco largo doll baby, a middle
olitili*, a rubber ball, a tea set, ? picture
book nnd somo candy and nuts, and It
you can, pleaso bring mo a,littlo Christ?
mas treo, I am your littlo girl, four years
NELLIE LOUISE PATH AM.
No. lllfi Balnbrldgo Street.
Dear Santa. Claim: I know the demands
?will bo heavy, but I hopo you will bear
with mo whllo I mention a few tilinga I
would like to have. Pleaso bring mo a
sleigh, steam engine, rubber ball, pair of
rubber boots, a game, ono dozen fifteen
ball?Roman candles, a whole lot ot baby
wakors and cannon crackers, and some
candy and nuts.
Now what could wo do,
Without ? Santa Claus like you,
To bring books and toys,
To all of us girls and boys.
, Now Santa Qaus, pleaso don't forgot
your littlo friend.
LAWRENCE M. BURFORD.
No. 110 West Clay Street, Richmond, Va.
Richmond, Va., Doccmbor 14, 1003.
Dear Santa Claus: I am Just 3 years old
but I havo hoard all about you, and I
want you to bring mo a big liobby-iioi'so,
wagon, a pair rubber boots and somo
cakes and candy. Pleaso don't forget my
?oo} atimraittos Jot[ Suptci tumo
From your little friend,
311 North ?Sth Street,
Richmond, Vn., December II, 1003.
Dear Old Santa Claus: I am a little boy
just ?I years old. I Avant you to'bring mo
a patrol wagon, express wagon and somo
nuts and candy, I will try and bo a good
boy all tho^ycar.
300 South Pino SU
Richmond, Va., Dec. 11, 1003.
Dear Santa Claus: I havo been a very
good boy slnco.lnst Christmas and would
like for you to bring mo a watch, a fur
cap, a box of ^Checkers, and a set of nul
crackers, and lots of Are works. And
Dear Santa dont forget to Ell my slock?
ing with good things. Good bye.
Your little friend,
717 S. Laurel St.
To the Children:
Other Santa Clans letters
that have been received will
be published Tuesday or Wed?
nesday. Letters received after
this date will not be published.
SENATOR HOAR'S ESTIMATE
OF SENATOR DANIEL
(Special to ..ho Times-Dispatch.)
BOSTON. MASS.. December ID.?Sen?
ator George Friable Hoar, of Massachu?
setts. In his autobiography, just Issued,
sava of Senator Daniel, of Virginia:
"Among tho most Interesting characters
with whom It lias boon my good fortune
to servo is Senator John XV. Daniel, of
Virginia. Our way? of life and in many
particulars our ways of thinking aro far
apart. But 1 havo been led to form a
great respect for his Intellectual reali?
ties and for his sincero and far-sighted
"Mr. Daniel came Vn to tho Sonato In
1S87. Ho liad been known as a vory emi?
nent lawyer at the Virginia bar, author
of two excellent law bookH. Mr. Dan.el
speaks too rarely In tho Sonato. Ilo Is
always listened to with great attention.
Ho speaks only on Important ?luesllons,
to which ho always makes an Important
"Mr. Daniel was a Confederalo soldier.
He is a Virginian to Ills heart's coro. Ho
looks with alarm on tho possibility that
the ancient, culturo and nobility of tho
South and tho lofty diameter of thn Vir?
ginian as ho existed In tlio time of Wash?
ington and Marshall and Patrick Henry
mav bo degrade by raising what he
thinks an Inferior raco to social or oven
"But he retains no bitterness or hato
or ?leslro for revenge by reason of the con
lllot of the Civil War. Ho delivered tin
address before the President of Urn United
States, tho Supremo Court, the represent?
atlves of foreign governments, tho two
liouscs of Congress, and the Governors ot
twontv-onn States und Territorios on lb?
12th of December. 1000?n rninurkablo ad?
dress that was full of wlsu counsel lo
his countrymen. Coming from a repi'e?
sontativo of Virginia who had borne
nrniH and been badly wounded In tho
Olvl'l War. It had ?? doublo value ami ?>fg
Contested Election Case Ended.
County Officers Qualify.
(Special lo The Times-Dispatch..)
MEHERRIN. VA?. Decombei!? 10.?Thn
marriage of Hon. W. C WInn, an ex
member of Ilio Legislatura nnd u. very
prosperous merchant of this county, and
Miss Etta Geo, Ilio popular daughter m
.Mrs. M. l'\ Gee, of Lochloven, Va., will
take place at the homo of tho brido on
January 0th. After tho marriage the
p ???,?,?. will lcavo on an ext einlud trip
Tho contest case of Mr. W, Y. Fowlko.s
against O, L. Hardy for the olllco of eum
niisslonor of tlio revenue was ended be?
tween them Monday at Liuienbiirg Court
by Mr. Fowlkes giving up the light. Wil
nosDes Inni been summoned for this caso
and all was about rotuly for a trial when
Iho agreement was reached, Tho court,
was lm.iv thn entire day iiuallfying the
newly elected olUeer?. >_
Something for Nothing.
Tho nearest approach to that Ideal of
getting something' for nothing seems to be
found in a recent report of the New Jer?
sey experiment station, which deals with
thu uso pf nitrato of soda as a. fortilluer.
It seems that a small amount of this In?
creases tlio value of yields of cucumbers
I'M per cent., und one dollar'.*? worth ot
tli.1 stuff increases Ilio vaino ut a yield
of celery frein "f-tt.-tf to if'JO.iXi,
W s the Last Cal?
for Xmas Shoppers.
The Store Bristles With Trade
Triumphs tor Men and Women,
Lindsey W. Allen? Manager.
Men's Suits, $3.50 to $28.00.
Men's Overcoats, $5.50 to $30.00. ,, ?
Snioking Jackets,, $5.00 to $7.00,
Beautiful Neckwear, 50c.
Plain and Plaited Bosom Shirts, $1.00.
Handsome Selection Kid Gloves, 50c to $1.00?
Fine Silk Web Suspenders, 50c.
Sterling? Silver and Gold Headed Silk Umbrellas,
$4.50 to $7.00.
Searchers after bargains be sure and visit our Ladies'
J. H. Busby, 00 Broad St.
J. S. Moore's Sons,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Grocers and Feed Dealers
1724 East Main Streit.Phon? 607.
Fancy Nuts, Candies, Raisins
and all Xmas Goods.
Florida Oranges....?.....*, .???.???.??..?.??..w.-.i?'??-* .25 clozen
California Oranges.................? .12 dozen
Fine Apples................;. .25 peck
Large Lemons.....,.......,.? .12 dozen
Best French Candy....................... ,15. pound
Choice French Candy..12 1-2 pound
Good French Candy.....................8 and ,10 pound
Plain Mixed Candy........................ ,08 pound
Chocolate Drops........-, .15 pound
Fine Buttercup Candy, 5-lb. pails.............. .75 each
Sultana'Raisins..-..?..?? and 121-2 pound
Best New London Layer Raisins*....10 pound
New, Clean Currants.... .?,.?..8 and .10 pound
Best Muscatel Raisins......... .09 pound
New Seeded Raisins......................,.?? .10 pound
New Figs....?.............?.? .08 pound
New Figs, i-Ib. package.................. ....... .t? pound
New Dates, 6 lbs. for.?..,....*.....,.*....?.? .25
New Dates, i-lb. package....^.......? ..,? .06
New Mixed Nuts.?.-..?........?.?'.-* .12 pound
Best Soft Shelled Almonds..,....,?..., .15 pound
Best Shelled Almonds.......................... .30 pound
Best Pecans.*.....?...,.,.,.,121-2 pound
Best Filberts ........,.. .?........... 12 1-2 pound
Best Palm Nuts.,...,..... .12 1-2 pound
Best English Walnuts....................,.., .15 pound
Best Cocoanuts..? .04 each
New Citron. .14 pound
New Orange Peel.......................... 12 1-2 pound
New Lemon Peel.*.-121-2 pound
Choice Evaporated Peaches, 9c, or 3 lbs. for. ,25
Fresh Country Butter.............. .22 pound
Fresh Country Eggs.,,.,...?. .30 dozen
These prices, are for cash strictly before goods are de?
livered. Postollice orders or registered letters must
accompany all out-of-town orders. '
N. C. Corn Whiskey.-.......... .$2.00 gallon
7-year-old Maryland Rye..................... 4,00 gallon
Old Crown Rye..,.*.?.-3*oo gallon
Old Keystone Rye.,.,. ..,.. .?...,.. 2.50 gallon
.'Old Excelsior Rye.?...?...:?. 2.00 gallon
Old Capitol Rye.*...?.*........ 1,50 gallon
California Sherry Wine......... t.?? gallon
Imported Sherry Wine..3.00 gallon
Catawba Wine-. .45 gallon
Jamaica Rum.??>. 3.00 gallon
New England Rum.?. 2.50 gallon
Virginia Apple Brandy, 4 years old,........ 3.00 gallon
Maryland Apple Brandy..,.,..?., 2.50 gallon
B, B. Brandy., .45 gallon
Port. Wine. ,>,'... '.., .1.00 gallon
Pure Apple ?Sider. ......,..,? .25 gallon
Geneva Gin..,.,,,?.*....., 2.50 gallon
Holland Gin.,.,.,....,..,.. ?2.?? gallon
Virginia Mountain Whiskey, 4 years old.... 3.00 gallon
Dtiffy's Malt Whiskey.,,...,,...... ,80 bottle
Wilson Whiskey.,.,.,?...? 1.00 bottle
Fulcher Whiskey.,..,.,...., 1,00 bottle
Buchu Gin.,.,,.,.,? t.?? bottle
Paul Jones Whiskey.,,...,.,,. 1.00 bottle
Special attention to out-of-town orders.