Uncle Als Saloon

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A two story wooden building, Umcle Al’s is one of the fancier Saloons in town. Outside stairs lead to the staffs living quarters over the front of the building, but most of the bar is open through both floors. The Saloon boasts a piano and a stage and is usually the meeting place for minstrel shows and travelling lecturers. Uncle Al Jones built the Saloon during the silver strike, but was bought out by Lyle Underhay. Al stayed on to run the business. On days when Mollie is singing, beer is $.06/glass, whiskey $.12/shot, otherwise they cost $.05 and $.10.

Uncle Als Saloon

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