EC Booz's Blue Bottle, no 1840 or Log Cabin Text
Googling has not yielded me any solid leads on this, as it doesn't fit the description of most of the bottles out on the web. Specifically, it doesn't have any text about "Log Cabin," Philadelphia, or the 1840 date.
Acquired from my 85-year-old grandmother who got it from *her* grandmother in western PA. Unsure when she got it, but I know that her grandma passed away aged 60, so I would guess early 1940s at the latest.
Aqua blue bottle, shaped like a cabin with seams from base to opening at neck on the narrow sides. Roof says "E.C. BOOZ'S" on one side & "WHISKEY" on the other; shingles are faint in the mold but still visible.
Narrow sides both read "E C BOOZS WHISKEY". One side has punctuation, the other does not and the E is not properly formed.
Wide sides depict three 4-pane windows and an arched door with a curved handle. On the side that the roof says "E.C. BOOZ'S," the bottom right corner under the window reads "W71" with what appears to be a copyright symbol and the letter "H."
Bottom face is hard to read with some letters not forming properly, but I've extrapolated that it likely says "WHEATONNJ."
Photos attached; I'm sincerely hoping one of you experts can provide some insight into this find. Thanks so much!