This little storefront opens into a huge space full of the most wonderfully interesting things! I spent over an hour in here, picking up stuff to bring home. If you ever find yourself driving south from Columbus, Georgia, then you must take a detour from Eufala, Alabama, to Clayton. This is also the home of the whiskey bottle tombstone from the previous post.
When the town drunk died in the village of Clayton, Alabama, his widow had no money for a tombstone, so the citizens of Clayton got together and bought him this stone in the shape of the whiskey bottle he so loved. There's another story that has the wife designing the stone if her husband drank himself to death, but I think the first one is more to be believed.