The justly celebrated Calhoun Rye Whiskey, with an
unsullied reputation of 22 years behind every bottle, is un
doubtedly entitled to the unstinted praiae accorded it by
competent judges of quality in whiskey- It is aged 1a
wood, and eyery bottle guaranteed to be absolutely pure.
Calhoun Rye Whiskey
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By Express, All Charges Prepaid.
Do not be misled by the numerous circulars, letters
and advertisements of unprincipled dealers wherein they
offer you "large, quantities" of whiskey at "ridicuously"
Bear in mind that the government taxis SI. 10 per gal
lon, add to this the cost of bottling, such as bottles, boxes,
labels, labor, etc., and in addition to this, express charges,
and last, but not least, "the profit" of the irresponsible
dealer who offers goods at absurdly low prices, and you
will readily see that s-uch goods cannot be 'pure and whole
We have made it a specialty to cater to the "consumer"
and the "family" trade, furnishing them the best goods at
a "fair and reasonable price."
Vnti Tlra Nn BJct We guarantee that yu do &et bet
IUU ldRw 11U AIM. ter goods, as we guarantee the qual
ity of every bottle we ship. If not satisfactory return the
goods at our expense, and your money will be refunded by
Established 1883. We refer to any bank, express com
pany cr reputable business house in our city. Address,
CALHOUN DISTILLING CO., Dept. F.
P. O. Box 33. BIRMINGHAM, ALA.
TO IMPROVE, AND PRESERVE
NADINE FACE POWDER
COPY KIGHTKD IN RKKKN BOXKS.
SUPERIOR IN QUALITY. HARMLESS AS WATER.
NADINE Face Powder is compounded and
.. pur tied by a kewlt iuscovekkd pro
cess. Produces a beautiful, soft velvety
dppparance. which remains until washed off.
Ladies who use Nadine Face Powder are
sure their complexion will be fresh and lovely
at close of the ever.ing.
THK QUALITY IS UN EQUALED. Buy
one nil cent irreen package of Nadine Face
Powder, and if you are not entirely satisfied
notify us. and we will promptly
REFUND YOUR MONEY.
NATIONAL TOILET CO., Paris, Tertn.
Sold in Columbus by Mayo & Weaver. Chap
man & Mavffeld and all lending druggists.
Healthful and Refreshing
Regular 35 cent Size
J. H. STEVENS & SON
The Main Street Grocers.
The Askew home in the north
ern section of the city. Will be
rented furnished or uufurnished.
For terms and particulars apply
.to John D. Askew or,
8 26 tf P. W. Maer.
Lord Roberts, chief commander
of the British army, is soon to
i visit the United States. After a
short call on President Roosevelt
he will proceed. South as far as
Artesia and spend quite a while
with his cousin, J. N. Roberts.
Elaborate preparations are being
made f o r " the en te r tai n men t" of
the distinguished visitor. By
this time Mr. J. N. Roberts will
have his new brick store filled
with imported goods, mostly
from Liverpool and London, and
the Mitchell hotel will be in full
blast ready to care for all the
friends that may accompany
Lord Roberts on his Southern
Lord Roberts will be surprised
to see how Artesia has improved
since he was here last. By the
time Lord Roberts arrives the
dove season will be on and
Messrs. J. N. Roberts and Dave
Watt will let the big General
taste of the pleasure of dove
shooting on the prairie. They
will take one day off and run over
and take a peep at Columbus. If
you will take a man that has been
gone from Columbus five years,
blindfold him and set him down
in that city and he will not
know his old home. But then,
that isn't much. You can fiud
many farmers who don't know
their own farms. No crop; all
grass and weeds.
Had a storm here Friday that
did considerable damage to
cotton, knocking out and beating
ia the mud nearly all that was
optm. It was the heaviest wind
we have had during the year.
Cotton p ckiDg will begin in
earnest this week and if there is
no top crop will finish by Nov. 1.
Prof. Cook gave his annual
barbecue on the 24th and had his
neighbors erjoy the day with
him. It has been the custom
with the Professor since he
moved to Columbus to give his
near neighbors a barbecue every
summer just before his family
returns to the city. Your corres
pondent was kindly remembered
but on .account of pressing busi
ness could not attend. However,
my friend Rowan was there with
his automatic separator and the
bones flew in one direction and
the meat in another.
By the way, the-Mjijor requests
that I say to the girls that he is
very anxious to marry now that
he has a nice position and a large,
roomy house. He says the girl
must be willing to bear half the
expense of housekeeping and to
do her own house work. She
must be over 21 and under 60
years of age and as near the
former as she can, but she must
be handsome. She must not be
an habitual dipper, a common
tattler nor convicted of any love
scrapes. She must haye a classic
brow, auburn eyes and blue hair.
She must get the consent of the
old folks without the assistance
of the Major. For further par
ticulars apply to "F. A. R.," Bil
Miss Birdie Allen, a charming
young lady of West Point, is
visiting the family of Mr. G. W.
Mullins at Billups.
The vivacious Miss Bessie
Mullins, of Columbus, is visiting
friends and relatives in the
Miss Blanche Allford, the love
ly daughter of Mrs. John Allford
of Columbus, was visiting Misses
Bessie and Aunie Cook at Billups
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Halbert,
Misses Bessie and Annie Cook
attended the camp meeting at
Mr. Lonnie Fleming and his
handsome young bride have gone
to housekeeping. Their friends
will find them at the home of the
bride's mother, Mrs. W. B.
Ferguson, near Bent Oak.
Mr. Batt Williams, the most
critical observer of any farmer
in the- country, estimates the
cotton crop for 1905 at six mil
lions of bales. Mr. Alex Lock
fixes it at seven millions.
Misses Mamie and Alice Lock,
of Killgore, attended church at
Mayhew Sunday. 1
Mrs. Bat Williams entertained
a few of her friends Sunday,
among whom I was which and
the day was one of pleasure to
all present. Mrs. Williams will
soon move to Mayhew to remain
during the school term.
Mr. Lonnie Morris, a popular
young man of Woodlawn, is visit
ing relatives at Mayhew. .
The Goodwin home in south- j
west Columbus. Posessiou giv
en on the 1st of September. For
further information apply to j
7-13-tf. C. C. Buder. '
Sixty acres suburban tract on Military Road. Enough tim
ber on the land to pay for it. Close in. Price, $1050.00.
Beautiful cottage home in Ward No. 1. Elegant neighbor
hood. Rented until Sept. 1, 1906, at $25 a month. A rare chance.
Several bargains in the Jobe property; Look into these.
Beautiful building lot on Main street, 66x165. Price, $3000.
Ten beautiful building lots on 4th Avenue. North, close in
snfl in a section rapidly coming' in. Three valuable corners,
with improvements brinkinjf tfood revenue on the invest
ment. The terms on this property are especially easy and
the man who wants a good lot on time, will do well to see
me at once. Small payment down and ample timj on the
Pretty building lot on Air Line in Robertson's Addition.
Size 65xl65 Midway between the Standard Stove Works
and the Columbus Underwear Factory. Price f-J50.
Eitrhty acres of timber land on Yellow Creek in the
north-eastern section of this County. Will be closed , out
The owner offers for sale, the I. J Deupree plantation
situated in the rich Bitfbee V alley neighborhood near -Clift-onville.
Noxubee county. This is a cotton, corn, hay and
stock farm, contai-intr 59:1 acres. Pumpkin creek runs
through the place. These lands are noted for their featility.
Plenty of wood and water, ten negro cabins and a srin house.
Makes plenty of corn and abomt 90 to lOu bales of cotton.
The adjoining plantation, the identical class of land, recent
ly sold for fc).oo per acre. If taken in next 30 days. 17.S0 per
acre will buy th's rich piece of prairie land. The owner's
reason for selling is to re-invest In preperty near his home.
More money will be made in the South during the next
ten years from the enhanced value of farm property than
from all other sources combined. The man who invests now
will buy cheaper than he will ever be able to buy again.
Title perfect, abstract furnished on application
The West House on Main street, known now as the
Bankhead House, one-half block from City Hall and the best
stand for a boarding house in the city. A bargain is offered
in this property.
Fine dairy and -.to '; f i-tj r'-rV
Consists of acres, tw-rt v -
corporate limits n t w t w u I ,
to the city, nw.ter ha ae.iv
for a lot on this ti nt of th- tr;t,-t
ded in Beimu la .ass and ttiTe is
water on t e tract. It w.is form"
dairy in trie St ite. Rents well an i
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flit v it, i -.n ;tnd
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Prairie tract of acres -'4 nrs east or wfoi.l
Miss. Six Rabins, two cisterns. irettv w-i: .vtiJ w t ti
Bermuda and Johnston grass, with some cotton ar.d urn
land. Maifnidcient stock f irm. I'nor. fM ri .Tf
A good building 'ot in N'oitheast t"oiumr'iH. Sic ..f
3'i'4 by lSi (e"t Price ) . m ' m
A pretty and m .lern cottage on North Thin! A v tm
Lot is Hi4 by iV feet and the houe contains ad Ituprovf
ments such as cement walks, bath and toiiet ori vmiiti.-.-s.
elegant shade, outhouses, etc. Price ut.on appiic irion
A new house in South Uolumbu- acro- the M . li t,
road in a goMi neighborhood The lot is .VS f-H bv IV feet
ill depth and the bouse contains eight rooms. O rn-. mat mi
A pretty new cottage in Beileview in front .if theP.nmr
Orphanage. The lot is tVJ feet front Uy lrt. feet in depth The
house contains four rooms an.l a kitchen and ha ; w iter
An especfally nice piece of property as an investment or as
a home. Price fr.VX) no .
Elegant cottage home on Nort h Th;rd A venae L.? -
by l(5i feet. The house is new and contains five room and
kitchen and there are all improvement, such aeeri-"-bath
and toilet Conveniences, etc. A bar-. n is ..T-re.i -i
this property at oo.
Two story home in South Columbus across th'M
Railroad House contains se en rooms mil is nn a tine
ner lot. (iood neighborhood. Priee W mm mi.
A pretty, new. six room cottage in South Columbus on
the north half of the Humphries square and immediately in
the rear of the D. h. Sanders home. This cottage is situated
on a lot 50 by 85 feet, the house has six rooms and many im
provements. It is desirable for a home for those who wish
to live in it or it is a good investment for renting purposes.
The price is only 100. Time if necessary.
What is generally known as the Shaeffer place on the
Highlands. This place consists of a two-story house and a
quarter of a siuare. it is located immediately in front of
the Aldridge home and is surrounded by cedars This place
brought -J.(K)0 on the market last year and is offered now at
a great bargain. Parties who like suburban property will do
well to look at this and get the price.
A valuable and desirable Hve room cottage in Beileview
Addition on a corner lot 66 by 165 feet deep. This cottage
Is in a good neighborhood, rents well, has barn, outhouses,
etc., and is ensily worth the price asked for it. If looking
for an investment or a cheap cottage home better look into
Beautiful building' lot on Main street adjoining the Ellis"
cottage, immediately west of the Southern depot. This lot
is feet front by 165 feet deep, and is one of the few lots
offered for sale on this magniricient thoroughfare. A bar
gain is ottered in this property.
Pretty, new cottage now being built on the site of the
Eimondson home on College street on the corner lot. This
is a rive room cottage, modern in every respect with all im
provements and conveniences and will Vie completed and
ready f or'possessioh by the tirst of September. It is great
bargain at the money. Price. $1650.00.
Valuable building lots on College street across the rail
road. Up on the high pla teau in the old Graham Jones neigh
borhood. Adjoining the site of the burned Edmonds home.
Size of lot 55x175. There are two of these lots with a rine
large lot adjoining and immediately in rear of them. This
lot faces east and is 55 feet front by 165 deep. The College
street lots are offered at $315.00 each and the lot in the rear
is offered at $210.00.
Two hundred acres. 4 miles east of Columbus, between
Yorkvilie and Air Line road. New barn: two cabins: arte
sian well: tine clay subsoil and creek bottom: wire fence all
around the place. The above with HO acres 2'4 miles from
Columbus, on Air Line road, two cabins, artesian well, clay
subsoil and creek bottom is offered for fcl.ooo.
Owner has spent more than $1,000 on improvements on the
above tracts in the past twelve months.
; Valuable property near the M. & O. depot. About six
tefcths of a square. Owner desires to close out at once and
is offering it at a bargain. This property is close to the rail.,
road and is a valuable site for factories or can be utilized
for residence lots as it joins one of the tinest neighborhoods
in the c;',y,
A valuable building lot in the Second Ward this side of
the M. & O. Railroad. This lot is 824 feet front by 165 feet
deep and is in a good neighborhood and is offered at a bargain
For location and terms see me.
The Brownri.Tg property, the most valuable city property
offered for sale at the present time. This property is the
southeast corner of the square on Main street between the
City Hali and the Presbyterian church, and there are two 66
foot lots each being 165 feet in depth An elegant cottage
is situated on the corner and the vacant lot is easily worth
three thousand dollars. Parties desiring an investment for
speculative purposes, which will bring a good return for
their money, are urged to look into this ana see the oppor
tunities offered. Price upon application.
Valuable building lots on the Highlands west of the
Lindamood home. These lots are offered cheap and the
whole tract will be closed out atasacriiiee. Inquire for
Two good building lots in East Columbus in the railroad
4J-arter. One is 60 byl65: the other W by 165. These lots
were held at $550 but are offered at a bargain.
Three good building lots in North Co'.umbu in a section
which is growing rapidly. The three make the southwest
corner of a square and are offered for Ji.Vc'i. These are bar
Three of the prettiest and most valuable tiuilding lots on
the Military Road. Each lot 55 by 165 or the southeast quar
ter of a square. Fine neighborhood. The three lots will be
sold in one block for $l5o.UO. Time if wanted.
A valuable revenue paying investment i offered in the
eastern section of the city. Four lots each 52S feet front
by 150 feet in depth, each containing a hve room cottage.
All rented. City water. Property rents for f 10 a month.
Price, 4.000. Time if wanted.
Four valuable building lots on the Air Line road close to
the M. & O. Extension. These lots front 110 feet on the Air
Line road and the other two lots are immediately in the rear.
They are offered for the first time for $25C Of. Lots only a
few blocks this side of these lots are selling for live times
their price and this is a good pick-urn
Eighty acres of land on the lire of the
three miles west ot the city Price $hi mi.
M X t i l i
The Flood place in the St ens neighUirno
215 acres This place contain a four room
well, elegant pasture,
of the cheapest pieef
Price $2.iXi0: one half ;
g.Kid water and is in
s of property offered
ah. the tialance on t
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Twenty-four lots in the eastern seetionnf t!.
improvements on several of them A fine n;P'
speculation while the Improvement will j -i ,
return on the investment.
All of Square No. 121 and two tt.ird of r
the Highlands. The greatest bargain ever :'
close out quick at f:5 mi l'ur-lne th. pr.n
this money easy.
Four room cot t a u
road. Place rents f,
of and adjoining the
the lot is 5'xl65 feet,
Four room eutt.ig
rear of the Co lege
House tents for ti
tiood revenue tu inge
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Li )t is 5 f et. fin
"I a month Pr
Five room oittage on CoI.ege -.treet
Lot is 52 feet fro.it bv 165 feet t dep"i
price i only t5o mi.
Three cabin in William A
good property. Price. $1.15 ca-
Two good cabin east of the new T'r
sie lot. This property rents well I :-'
The prettiest eottaife offer,-, I for s
Stevenson Jt Cox Addition. N s x r.
for $12 Ao a hum t h. on a lot next to a eon
A bargain is offered in t'i: pro ert v. It
cent, on your in vestment.
Fine seven loom eoftage eioe in to
tion. Lot 72 bv M2 feet Motive conta.n
and is wifin one block from fie Citv H.t
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Fit;e new four room cottage on an
feet. House contain four room arid
walk. etc. A bargain in a tine neightiorh.
A good four ro m 'Mtt ige in Uibert
lot 66 bv 165 feet The p;ce rent, fn t
is in a section whi'i cornm m.i g.to 1 ter.
only $!2m).oo. Will te ..d on eav term
a k .
In all respect th
The southwet eort.f
front by 15i feet dee;
ly ii' -v six room cot!
ment are eailv iv .-
ana tne store are re'
$20 a moi.t h with a ter
notes ure allrea-.lv
lot Can tie si iid for
remainder of the j
once as he will ie, '
t'-t investment o'
r of a Tj ire ngh'
T The e o' the
l and on the c n '.er ;.'
ge af.il store i, ,).,;! ;
h the price of t:,e
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t ; u-t . g. i- d a- g
O t'J'fl over to the p'jrc
and not red u-e t h.
'C.'-'-tv'. wner w ;he
city. Price to e.oe
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n..ie. g n
i rtn o.d for :
A va u aiiic afid v e'j
miles eat of ' itpj. u
schools and chur-'he T
two tenant hone. .-.,re
ture and plentv water
aero the road fro.;, th :
The valuab.e ':r:ci; re:derice on
of the Court H ie i:,,r.. Hou-e
Is especially adapted to boarding h
count of i's Proximo to the ch. .:
ana tne cnurcne. u t an "-,.(..
erty. Owner wihe to c.oe
wanted on deferred payment.
i an a
r'.irii a In
II -e pi
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out at a l arg.
t U e t .
The eight room house on the outhwet eorr.er of
O. Banks siuare. immediately aero from the '
Factory. The lot i 112 feet front and 2 feet d.
mere is an extra tot wnicti can tie nrt off thi te
proiwrty is offered chean. For price and term ee me
! he J
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II lime Is necessary to eflect any sale; II
loans on same I can finance the deal for you.
are strictly confidential.
you wish to negotiate
All deals, offers, etc..
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