1902 Fox's Bartender's Guide


NOTE.-The POLICE GAZETTE is prepared to answer all questions relating to the mixing of drinks in the column devoted to "Answers to Correspondents." It also publishes in every issue a column devoted to saloon men and bartenders, in which appears, from time to time, any recipes for new drinks which may be introduced. It likewise conducts a Bartender's Competition annually, and the man who sends in the best recipe for an original drink is awarded a h andsome and costly gold medal. There are also second and third prizes. A trial subscription is $ r.oo for 13 weeks, which includes the beautifully printed halftone supple– . ments of sporting ;i-nd theatrical celebrities.

Address RICHARD K. Fox,

Franklin Square, New York.

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