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KATES—lc. a word a day; a<1 taken for leas than 26d for first In sertion. Cash must accompany every order. _ $25,000 Per Month to Loan by THE ALABAMA HOWIE to Build Homes. Borrowers given valuable options of re paying loan at the end of L £°L, ® ;5[?ar*' Apply to W. V. M. ROBERTSON. ?009 First Ave. General Manager. LAND TITLES, Abstracts of Title. Certificates of Title. Titles Guaranteed. A GENERAL TITLE BUSINESS. Insure your title as you would your bouse. BIRMINGHAM TITLE AND GUAB ANTY CO. ! CAPITAL $100,000. Our records Include Jefferson and Shelby counties. J. K. BROCKMAN, General Manager. 225 Twenty-first St., Birmingham. Ala. MORTGAGE LOANS. Real estate loans made on improved property In city limits of Birmingham from 1500 up. High class real estate mortgages for Bale, large or small amounts. A specialty of making real estate mort gage investments for clients. TURNER R. WEAKLEY. Attorney. 5 Walts Building. WANTED. WANTED—All tn know that wo have the latest improved machinery for cleaning and dyeing ladies' sails, skirts, cloaks, jackets, waists and capes. Hats cleaned, blocked and retrimmed. A trial solicited. Gluck's Dye Works, 1816 3rd avenue, Bell phone 2372. _ V ANTED—Customers tor snow cases. Iron sales and Carrara ealnt*. Alabama Grocery Co. l-l-tf WANTED-For client. $2000 on improved city property; worth $4ixio. 113 North 21st. WANTED-Tobacco tags. Will pay 40 to 45c for Schnapps, Early Bird, It. .J. It., Bed Elephant and R. J. Reynold's other brands. W. Y. Daniel, Thomaston, Ga. 10-29-8t $75 ACRE—20 acres near Ensley City. B. F. Eborn. WANTED—$600 for 18 menths at 8 per cent on $2500 worth property fronting car ! line; will pay $50 fee. Room 3. 113, 1st floor, 21st. FINE RAZORS-Wade A Butcher's. Jo seph Elliott. and George Wosten . holm’s celebrated pipe razors, $3.50 to $5; our price, while they last. $1.50. Bir mingham Gun and Key Co., 1300 3rd ave nue. ,WANTED-$10()o for 18 months nt 8 per cent; give first mortgage on $3000 worth suburban property on car line, and sec ond mortgage as additional security on !, $10,000; improved city property. 113 North 21st. ■ W A NTED—Scrap Iron. _Wrlfe J P. Wel ler. Btrmlnglinm. Ala. 10-17-tf WANTED—1U00 pair of old’kid gloves to make new. Gluck’s Dye Works, 1810 3rd avenue. __ .WANTED—Bids fur sinking 10x10 air shaft. We will furnish machinery, compressed air, drill, buckets. ropeB, etc. Woodward Iron Co., Woodward. Ala. »-7-tf _—; SITUATIONS WANTED. WANTED—Position as salesman, have had twenty years experience in house and on road. Address A. B., care Age Herald. Birmingham, Ala. IO-25-4t-su 'vd WANTED—Position iisTsalefinanTcIty ur road territory no object. Address Com petent. care Age-lleruld. WANTED—Situation by a-thoroughly practical bookkeeper In lumber, bard ware and builders' supplies; am well ac quainted with local dealers and con tractors. Address Dumber, 1124 North 17ih street, People’s phone 227. $1500—20 acres, with spring; half cleared; 2 miles out. H. F. Eborn. AN ENERGETIC and sober man 32 years of age wants a job of running a laun dry wagon. Am well acquainted with the city. Address Driver, care Age-Her ald. WANTED—To confer or correspond with 50 good stenographers who desire to bet ter their positions. We placed six this week at salaries ranging from $40 to $75 per month and we can place you as easily; register with us. Interstate Court Reporters Bureau, room 238 1st Nut. Bank Bldg., Bell ’phone 1504. 11-1-sii-tf .WANTED—A position"ns "opera tor. clerk or agency with good railroad can give best of references. Address \V. G. Jor dan. Renfroe, Ala. WANTED-Posit Ion by young man with five years’ office experience; good ac countant. Address B. F„ enre Age-Her ald. AGENTS WANTED. P&AJJTED^Organlzers? Cur certificates are the acme of insurance protection, • paying accident, sick, death, old age benefits. Valuable renewal contracts for energetic workers. Modern Work |man of the World. Warder building, 'Washington, D. C. 8-23-sun-tf SLANTED—Oiganlzers to represent old established fraternal society, paying no tch-nt« sick, death and endowment benefits; big salaries paid good pro ducers. Write American Fraternity, ') Washington, D. C. . 6-17-tf-su frANTED—Organisers. Our certificates are the acme of insurance protection, paying accident, sick, death, old age jbenetlts. Valuable renewal contracts for energetic workers. Modern Work man of the World, Warder building, Washington, D. C. 8-2-tf-sun BgENTS make 500 per cent prdftt idling “Novelty Sign Cards.” merchants buy 10 to 100 on sight. 800 varieties. Cata logues free. Sullivan Co., 1139 Maple wood Ave., Chicago, 111. WE ‘ START YOU selling” diamonds; don’t accept employment until getting our liberal offer; $5 dally sure. Carbon Diamond Co., Syracuse, N. Y. £<3K NTS~\V A NT KD—Twenty^ five iollnrs weekly for twenty weeks; the best pro position offered agents who want money and are willing to work for it. George F. Cram, 552 Wabash ave., Chicago. 111. StjTFIT free, credit given; cut-price Christmas hooks. 50c hook, 12%c; $1 book 25c; $1.50 book 50c. Ferguson £504 Fifth, Cincinnati, O. X’ANTEP—Agents for our new styles of portraits. New sample case just invent ed; greatest success yet} weighs only four pounds; free. Write for particulars. Model Portrait Company, Now Era Bldg., Chicago. 11-1-51 fOU ('AN earn good wages taking or ders for our Christmas specialties; no capital or experience necessary. Iliff Sc Co., Wabash avenue, Chicago. iGEKTS—$30 to $50 weekl'* easily made. We prove this. Luminous nameplates, numbers. signs; readable darkest nights; samples free. Right Supply Co.. Englewood. 111. fFOP RUNAWAYS—Hitch” horses" solid Instantly; carry in pocket; sight seller; agents wanted. Pocket hitchingpost Co., Richmond. Ind. 100—Terms. $200 rash, balance 3 years 6 per cent; lovely; lot 50x200; choice loca tion; South Highlands; nothing else like this B. F. Eboi n, 113 North 21st. ONE CENT A WORD. RATES—lc. a word a day; no ad taken lor less than 26c for first In sertion. Cash must accompany every order. MONEY TO LOAN O N REAL ESTATE in amounts from $250 to $10,000 upon terms to suit bc.-rowers and at lowest market rates. Alabama Trust and Savings Company, 2007 First Avenue. _HELP WANTED._i WANTED—To confer or correspond with 50 good stenographers who desire to bet ter their positions. We placed one yes terday at $75 per month salary and we can place you as easily; register with us. Interstate Court Reporters Bureau, room 238 1st Nat. Bank lildg., Bell phone i 1504. 10-18-tf-su WANTED—You to call, phone or write us if you have ladies' or gentlemen’s ap parel to clean, dye, press, repair or al- J ter. Old hats made new. Gluck’s Dye Works, 1816 3rd avenue. Bell phone 2372. ARE you in search of congenial employ ment? If so, write us. Our plan is novel and effective. Interstate Photo graphic Bureau. 645 First National Bank building, Shreveport. La. WANTED—A good stenographer in every town in Alabama to Increase their in come without interfering with present duties. For particulars address Bus oness. care Age-Herald. 10-29-tf TRAVELERS—Men and women to travel and employ lady agents; best line; best terms ever offered. Address Taxis Toil et Co., Chleago. _HELP WANTED—MALE. WANTED—Two first class men stenogra phers, also young man bookkeeper. Ap ply to Birmingham Business College. _ 10-27-tf RELIABLE man in every county to rep resent eastern corporation as general manager; exclusive; very profitable; j permanent. Address "International,” , 231 Broadway, New York. 10-31-5t HELPER WANTED—For sign painting. Hermitage, 25tJ^ street and 2nd avenue. Room 4. 10-13-tf WANTED—A good, reliable furniture man to travel. Apply room 8, Wilson building. WANTED—One engineer that under stands machinery to take charge of stationary engine and machinery; a few stenographers. clerks, bookkeepers to register free of charge. Mutual Employ ment Bureau. 1909% 1st avenue, BILL CLERK wanted. Address in hand writing of applicant** P. O. Box 766. WANTED—A bright young matt who can operate a typewriter; permanent posi tion: chance for promotion; $10 per month. Room 238 (n^w) First National Bank building. WANTED—Ten bright boys 14 to 16 years as wrappers; good salary and Christ mas presents free. Cali before 8:30 Superintendent Loveman, Joseph & Loeb. w A xtki > Milker. Mem who understands tlie rare of stock. Permanent position for the right party. Address Mrs. G. S. James, R. F. D. No. 3, Rosedale, Ala. PR PISS correspondent makes ldg wages; we instruct beginners and place articles. American Press Bureau, 416 Walnut st., Philadelphia, Pa. MEN—$12 a week at home. Send address ed envelope. You can start work the moment you receive our reply. No can vassing. Nothing to sell. United Product Co.. Dept. 46. 200 Broadway. N. Y. $1200 FOR one year with two months' \ ‘.C catlon. Wo want men and women with Al references on this proposition. Geo. F. Cram, 130 Fulton st., N. Y. WANTED—Young men of good standing, employed or unemployed, excellent op portunity. No money wanted. William Rady, 19 Exchange, Buffalo. N. Y. DETECTIVES—Every locality, good sal ary, experience unnecessary. Interna tional Detective agency, Milwaukee, WIs. CORPORATION controlling business es tablished 18C5, desires energetic busi ness man who can furnish unquestion able reference as to ability and Integri ty to take management of branch office; compensation. $2500 per annum. Address Auditors, Box 536. Madison, WIs. MANAGER WANTED in everj large county; "Game-of Skill" nlckle slot ma chines for drinks, cigars or money; takes place of forbidden slot machines: strictly lawful everywhere; rented or sold on easy payments: 60,000 now in use. Cunningham Furniture Company, department 10. Chicago, Ills. WANTED—Colored man. sober and trust worthy, to prepare for traveling; $50 a month and all expenses; enclose self-ad- i dressed envelope for our reply. Treas urer. 7«>2 Star building. Chicago. WANTED—3 news agents to run on train | out of Selma; must have $10 security, uniform. Address Union News Co., Sel ma. Ala. HELP WA»MTLi~ -rEMALE. WANTED—Dressmakers to work~"~on tailor-made suits. One good fore-lady dressmaker. 138H N. 20th st., New York Tailors Inquire at Kellers’. 10-30-3t WANTED—Lady solicitors: good pay to right party. Inquire 2408 Fourth ave. LADIES, do plain sewing nt home; $8 to $15 paid weekly, experience unnecessa ry; material sent free everywhere; send stamped envelope for particulars. Weber Mfg. Co., 1135 Broadway, New York. WANTED—Ladles to do piecework at their homos; we furnish all materia’s and pay from $7 to $12 weekly; send stamped envelope to Royal Co., 34 E. Monroe St., Chicago. LADIES having fancy work to sell; doilies, centerpieces, bat ten berg and drawnwork. send stamped envelope. I Ladles Exchange, D. 31 Monroe St., Chl | cago. LADIES—$30 per hundred writing short letters; no deposit; no canvassing; stamped envelope particulars. Ladles’ Supply Co., Dept. 88. Indianapolis, Ind. LADIES to write letters home; $25 a hundred. Addressed envelope fpr partic ulars. American Novelty Co., Dept. 3, South Bend. Ind. WANTED—White girl: good wages to good girl. Call People’s phono 799. BOARD WANTED. A COUPLE without children wants a place to room and hoard for the winter in private family strictly, on the South side on or near 11th <nvenue. Address K. A., care Age-Herald. • ROOMS WANTED. WANTED—Three or four unfurnished rooms close in. with privilege of small part of back yard to keep couple hunt ing dogs: or will take lease off any body s hands of small cottage. J. C. M , cure Age-Herald. ONE CENT A WORD. RATES—lc. a word a day; no ad. taken for less than 26c tor first In* sertlon. Cash must acconipauy every order. __ SALESMEN WANTED._ WANTED—Two traveling specialty sales men of ability to sell a hard proposition. Compensation commensurate with abil ity. Box 1581, Joliet, 111. WANTED—Salesmen with “experience for Alabama. Mississippi for 1904. Most com plete line advertising signs, novelties and calendars. Commission basis. Ex clusive territory. Best references re quired. The Scioto Sign Co., Kenton, Ohio. ______ CIGAR salesmen wanted, experience un necessary: good pay. Emanuel Co., Sta tion J. New York. ll-l-5t-.su Vi aaTEI) -Traveling salesmen and brok ers to sell and merchants to buy fancy Georgia sugar cane syrup. Guaranteed the fanciest and the purest on the mar ket. W. A. Davis & Co., Quitman, Ga. ll-l-4t-su-wed-thu-sat WANTED—Capable salesman to cover Alabama with staple line. High com missions with advance of $100.00 month ly. Permanent position to right man. Jess H. Smith Co., Detroit, Mich. WANTED—Traveling salesman for Ala bama: no technical knowledge, but ac tive, all-round hustler; established, well rated house. Box 524, Detroit, Mich. WANTED—Capable traveling salesman to fill vacancy at once; season excep tionally favorable; staple line; perma nent position; well rated house. W. E. Hodgman & Co., 90-96 Prospect Street, Cleveland, O. WE paid one salesman this year from January to July, $1566 commission for selling Weir's white lead as a side line. Write for our proposition. D. T. Weir White Lead Co., St. Louis, Mo. FOR RENT. FOR RENT—Modern furnished house, South Highlands. Rent very low. Oc cupant leaving city. Address Immediate, care Age-Hera Id. 10-30-3t FOR RENT—Several choice ground floor offices; reasonable; at 113 North 21st. B. F. Eborn. ROOMS FOR RENT. FOR RENT—Furnished room for one or two gentlemen; all conveniences; Peo ple's phone 442. 2030 Humboldt avenue. FOR-RENT—Two furnished rooms, one small, for light housekeeping in brick residence. 1011 Park avenue, 839 People’s phone. 10-24-tf FOR RENT—Two furnished and two un furnished rooms for light housekeeping, with or without board. 2320 Fifth ave nue. 10-27-3t-tu-su su WANTED Two gentlemen to occupy two elegant rooms with private bath and dressing rooms; furnace, lights, tele phone, car line. South Eleventh avenue, everything first class. Reference. Ad dress W. T.. care Age-Herald. 10- 27»2t-tu-su FOR RENT 'three unfurnished rooms, 2023*6 1st ave., 3d floor. Apply to Car penters’ Business agent. 10-28-3t-eod Toft kf.nt Large well furnished room! 2012 5th avenue. Phone 1919. 10-28-tf FOR RENT—Front room, furnished. 2030 6th avenue. 10-2S-tf FOR RENT—Nicely furnished front room In new brick residence facing park; hot and cold baths. 1911 Park avenue, tele phone 839 People’s. 10-24-tf FOR RENT—Nice front rooms with board Also for day board. Apply to 1820 Fifth ave, 10-30-8t FOR RENT—A room with board, hot and cold bath. Address 605 North Twentieth street I0-30-7t FOR RENT—Front rooms for light house ! keeping. 505*6 North 22nd street; phone I 1709. ROOMS—Cheap; single or ensuite, fur nished or unfurnished; close In; good neighborhood. Baby’s gocart for sale. Apply at once. 1801 Avenue C. FOR RENT—Three nice unfurnished rooms with water, bath, electric lights and telephone; close in on car line. Ap ply at 3510 7th avenue, north. FOR RENT Two unfurnished rooms to couple or small family. Apply to 1416 Avenue F. FOR RENT—Gentlemen only. Two furn ished rooms, bath, closets, steam heat, on car line. Brown Bros. & Co., 238 First National Bank Building. Bell ’phone 1504. FOR RENT- Two nicely furnished rooms. Hot and cold baths. Furnace heat. Bell 'phone 11:; 2828 Fifth ave. FOR RENT—To one or two young men. elegant room on South Highlands. All modern conveniences, Including hot and cold baths, electric lights, both ’phones and furnace heat. Address M., care Age-Herald. FOR RENT—Lovely rooms in one of the nicest private homes in the city; every convenience; strictly first-class; People’s phone 1074. 611 North 22nd street. 11- l-2t FOR RENT— Large front room furnished. 2017 Park avenue. FOR RENT—Large front room; new house; 13th avenue, south; gentlemen preferred. Address X, care Age-Herald. FOR RENT—Large, nicely furnished room. Apply 2201 5th avenue. ROOMS—Nicely furnished and all con veniences; close in. 1918*6 4th avenue. 11-1-tf FOR RENT—Two large connecting rooms, furnished or unfurnished; every convenience; reference furnished and re quired. 615 North 22nd. FOR RENT—Comfortable front upstairs room in private family of three grown people; hot and cold bath, electric lights, etc.; nice location on South Highlands. Address D. care Age-Herald. ELEGANT room for rent; new brick house; everything new' and up-to-date in every respect. 2426 5th avenue. BOARDERS WANTED. TWO gentlemen or couple can secure board, with home comforts, private family; references required. People’s phone 734. or call 2230 8' •„ ave. 10-14-tf WANTED-At 413 North Twenty-first St. both room and table boarders; all house comforts; fare first-class; rates reason able. Mrs. W. M. Garner. 10-29-7t EXCELLENT room and board ~can be had at 2102 Humboldt avenue; walking distance from city; one block from car line. Bell phone 800. 10-8-tf HANDSOMELY furnished front room, with board; also day boarders at 422 20th street, north. Mrs. Freeman. ll-l-3t _ _ WANTED—Young man for nice room with board. 520 21st, north. 11 -l-2t WANTED—A couple to occupy, with board, a large, elegantly furnished front room; southern exposure; references re quired. Address Mrs. Lucy Miles, 2906 Highland avenue, Beeler station. UP-TO-DATE private boarding house. Pleasant neighborhood. Convenient lo cation. 701 S. Twentieth st. Bell 'phone 11-1-1$ FOR RENT Desirable front room with board. All modern conveniences. For married couple, or two gentlemen, or two ladles. References exchanged. Fif teen minutes ride to union depot. Ad dress K. H., care Age-Herald. WANTED—Boarders at 2308 Third ave.; rooms large, light and well ventilated; all modern conveniences; table board a specialty. Both ’phones No. 516. 2308 Thlrd a vo. ~ _ patents. ~~ j PATENTS—Protect your ideas. No allow ance. no fee. Cr ".sultatlon free. Estab lished 1864. Milo B. Stevens & Co., 812 14th street, Washington. 6-3-86t-n* ONE CENT A WORD RATES—ic. a word a day; no ad. take® for less than 25c for first in sertion. Cash must accompany every j order. ! __FOR SALE.___ FOR SALE—Dougherty visible type writer. Good as new, $25. E. William eon, Wilsonville, Ala. 10-29-2t-th-su FOR SALE—Lot 50x17(1 Elizabeth sta tion, West End. New 5-room house, $1250. Fair terms. S. Bethea & Co._ FOR SALE—A well-broke pony; the pony and price will be found at Dr. Gibson' Veterinary hospital. ll-l-2t FOR SALE—Fine old violin. Perfect copy of Ruggerl. In good condition and has fine tone. This is a rare bargain. Price __$200.00. W. P. Phillips. Wood lawn. FOR SALE—Good lots. 50x190. Poplar st. and Third ave., West End. $100. S. Be thea & Co. FOR SALE—That rich 12-acre truck gar den at Martin station, fronting car line. See it. B. F. Eborn, 113 North 21st. FOR SALE—$3500—Handsome new 8-room house; large lot and barn; terms al most like rent. Berry & Co., Dr. Smith block. Bell 55, People’s 470. FOR SALE—Bees. Ten stands, cheap. G. B. Hanlin. Avondale, Ala. FOR SALE OR RENT—A 15-room furn ished hotel in good town, doing good business. A bargain for 30 days. T. L. Mitchell. Guntersville, Ala. FOR SALE—Horse and carriage cheap. Apply 113 North 21s‘t. FOR SALE—Lot 100x140. One block of Lakeview. Six good rooms and hall. Fronts south. $1500. Good terms. Dun can property. Bargain. S. Bethea & Co. FOR" SALE CHEAP—5' acres ~ Joining Southern shops, North Birmingham. B. F. Eborn. FOR SALE—A $55 baseburner. good as new, for $17.50; a low-wheeled, irontired sulky cart in good repair for $12.50; a forty-inch roll top desk In perfect con dition for $17.50; the 18 volumes old series Alabama Reports for $18; the three vol umes of Brlckell’s Digest for $14; a fresh registered Jersey heifer for $40; an im ported shot gun for $15; four lots in North Smlthflokl. Apply room 230, Wood ward Bldg. People’s phone 743. FOR SALE—Elevated corner lot, 100x170. one block south of Berney station, West End. Only $3.00 a foot. Great bargain. S. Bethea & Co. FOR SALE—Choice home, 100x200 ; 9-room house; fronts car line; Edgewood sta tion, South Highland. B. F. Eborn, Bell phone 885. POCKET KNIVES—75c pocket knives, 25c; $1 pocket knives. 50c; $1.25 and $1.50 pocket knives. 75c. Birmingham Gun and Key Co., 1906 3rd avenue. FOR SALE—10,000 feet 1-inch pipe, also 30 tons 20-pounds steel relay rails, all in good condition. Write J. P. Weller, Birmingham, Ala. 10-17-tf PERSONAL. LADIES! Chichester's English Penny royal Pills are the best. Safe, reliable. Take no other. Send 4c., stamps, tot particulars. “Relief for Ladles," In let ter by return mall. Ask your druggist. Chichester Chemical Co., Philadelphia. Pa. 7-2-156t-th-su-tu LADIES, why suffer? For $3.50 we mall you sealed our guarantee cure for any uterine displacement or disease; thou sands cured; send stamp for particu lars. The Worlds Cure Co., Denver. Colorado. 9-6-St-su YOUNG-widow, age 28rwlth $10.000r lady, 20, $50,000; lady. 25. $15,000; blonde, 18, cash and beautiful farm; I seek honor able husbands for these. Confidential. Address Mrs. W., 697 Fulton st., Chi cago, ill. 8-23-sun-tf CORRESPOND OR' MA^Rr^Sample II lustrated paper, 6 cents; paper and pri vate list, 10 cents. Describe yourself. National Alliance, Grand Rapids, Mich. 6-3-su-tf WEAK MEN—Our Improved Vacuum De veloper permanently cures sexual weak ness, varicocele, stricture, enlarges shrunken organs; sealed particulars. Charles Manufacturing Co., Charles building, Denver, Colo. 10-ll-4t-su YOUNG widow, age 28, with $10.000;-lady, 20, $50,000; lady. 25. $15,000; blonde, 18, cash and beautiful farm; I seek honor able husband for these. Confidential. Address Mrs. W.. 697 Fulton St., Chi cago, 111. 8-23-sun-tf I LADIES—VlaviT-CairNoTl5 Steiner-bulld I Ing. Bell phone 1213. 10-lS-4t-su LADIES—Our harmless remedy relieves without fail delayed or abnormally sup pressed menstruation. For free trial ad dress Paris Chemical Co., Milwaukee, Wli. 10-25-8t-su WANTED—All to know that we guaran tee high-class work and satisfaction. Gluck's Dye Works, 1816 3rd avenue. WE SEEK husband fop widow In Ala bama; age 36; refined pnd honorable; worth $9000; no children. Maiden lady, age 23; worth $2000. The Mutual Book Exchange, Toledo, Ohio. LADIES-$500 reward If my monthly regu lator falls to relieve obstinate suppres sion, any cause in pathology. Mall. Safe, harmless. Beware of frauds, who Imitate us to deceive. Dr. Johnson Med. Dls., A 95 Dearborn street, Chicago. MADAME ROBERTSON, clairvoyant, tells you facts concerning important events in your life, changes and success in business and love affairs, who and when you will marry, and how to suc ceed in life. Two dollar reading for one. 1118 South Nineteenth St. MARRIAGE Directory free to all. Pay when married. New plan; send no money, ,For particulars addess H. A. Horton. Dept. 103, Tekonsha. Mich. SlSTERS“lN“DESPAIR—Speedy relief; abnormal suppression, any cause; write for remedy; safe. sure. Dr. Martha Walker Co.. 163 State, Chicago. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES. AN^RjrrXBLfSH^D^cefeaT'food^compa^ ny desires the services of reliable man to fill responsible position; compensa tion $3000 per annum; highest refer ences required and given. Address Auditor's Department, Box 4842, Battle Creek, Mich. 8-23-sun- tf SOLID--STEEL--SHEARS—10c _ to ~ 35o; worth 75c to $1.50. Birmingham Gun and Key Co., 3900 3rd avenue. GENTLEMAN or lady to Invest $75 in fine money-making proposition that yields quick returns. Can have the exclusive right of Birmingham and all towns within 50 miles. Call at once. Spear & Spear, 413 North 22nd street, Birming ham. INVESTMENT-^ $10 to~$100 will yield ns much annually. We only ask you to in vestigate. For particulars address Maryland Securities Co., Baltimore. Md. YOU ran make money now. Buying wheat on breaks and selling on bulges. We can do this for you. Send for free book. Facts and Figures explaining option trading. The Osborn Grain Co., 17 Chamber of Commerce, Minneapolis, Minn.. Members Chamber of Commerce. DOUBLE YOUR INCOME—Do you~eam $100 per month? We can double It with a $20 investment; larger amounts in pro portion. Oldest and best known cor poration in our line. Capitalized for $100. 000. National hank references. W’rite us. Star and Crescent Co., 226 La Salle St., Chicago. GROW GINSENG—Fortunes In little gar dens: plant this fall; seeds and roots for sale; complete Ginseng book and magazine, 5c. Ozark Ginseng Co., Jop lin. Mo. MONEY~TO LEND. MONEY furnished salaried people with out security; easy payments. Southern Discount Co.. 302 Cnallfoux. 4-11-tf $3000—Lovely new 6-room house; North Highlands. B. F. Eborn. ONE CENT A WORD. P.ATE8—lc. a word a day; no atu taken for less than 25c for first In' sertion. Cash must accompany every order. STRAYED OR STOLEN. STRAYED—From my place, 4 miles west of Wylam, one dark bay horse. 16 hands high; fore mane cut off; brand on left hip; about 9 years old $’0 reward for delivery of horse to me. J. A. McDonald. 10-27-7t _ $1000~CASH—18~lotsT50x140 each; fronts car line; tomorrow. B. F. Eborn. MI SC tLi-citavdl. NOTHING In smell or taste of Phospho to remind you of medicine, madam. Try It when your pretty head aches again. At Parker’s and Adams'. 10-25-su-lm CREDIT to reliable parties. Diamonds and watches, jewelry, silverware and clocks, on small weekly or monthly pay ments: lowest prices: best quality; goods guaranteed; will call If desired. J. Lowlnsohn. 1921 2nd avenue. 7-12—tt AUTHOR of experience will compile data for active members of literary clubs, etc., and assist them otherwise in pro ducing original and llnlshed work. Haw thornden. care Age-Herald. SStTOO—Rents $720; can make It pay $1400; Northside; see it. B. F. Eborn. REAL ESTATE. FOR SALE. $1800—Three beautiful lots. 160x160 feet: northeast corner of Tuscaloosa avenue and Owenton street; fronts on ear line at Kennelworth; fine for Improving. $2850—7-room two-story house; lot 45x95 feet; 26th street, near 7th avenue; $1250 cash, balance easy. $6500—22500 cash, balance f and 2 years; splendid corner, 50x190 feet: good 7-room 2-story house; also good 6-room cottage: well located on 7th avenue. $200 per front foot for two business lots. 25x149 feet each; 3rd avenue, near 18th street; ought soon to go to $300 per front foot. $850—Easy terms, $500 house and $400 let; one block of cars; North Highlands. $4000—Pretty South Highlands home; Humbolt avenue, near 20th street. FOR RENT. 10-room house; 22nd street, near Avenue Q; $33. 6-room house; West End; on car line; $15. SMITH <£. STILLMAN. 200446 First Avenue. FOR SALE. $4100—South Highlands home; half block of Avenue K; very neat and attractive; beautiful lawn. $5250—Excellent Avenue K tuuse; a bar gain. $7000— Large furnace-heated house; near Five Points. $1800—Neat cottage; 25th street, near Ave nue G. $2750—West End place; very attractive. $5500—Big bargain in an 11-acre tract; im proved; only 2 miles. $3500— New 6-room cottage; Fountain Heights. Special bargain In a Magnolia Heights lot. $3150—75x150; 2-story; Fulton station. $1000—4 roon-s; Wood1~wn; 100 feet front. $5250—New bricks; close in; rent $66 monthly. FOR RENT. $65—14 rooms; Northside. $S3 1-3—Corner 5th avenue and 21st street $115—Large new house; close in. M'CONNELL & CARTWRIGHT. Both phones 46. 220 North 21st St IF YOU WISH TO BUY LAND. LOTS, TIMBER. IRON OR COAL. SERVE YOUR INTEREST BY SEEING THE COCKE REALTY CO. $3400-r-50x 190—Store, dwelling and two 6 room tenant houses on Avenue G, pay ing $38 per month. $1100—Terms; beautiful lots; southern front; 132-feet front; nice home; stables, garden and many line pecan trees; at Rosedale. $16,000—Large stock farm on the Southern railroad, 4 miles of best town in South Alabama; very rich prairie land. Car ries cement deposit; worth many times the price asked; improvements consist of an 8-room home, splendid repair; fine rock dairy and cold storage room, two large barns with sheds and stables at tached; large cedar log crib, 16 splendid tenant cabins, built of cedar logs; 100 acres of fine cedar timber land right on railroad; the property is well ditched and graded; has a large Bermuda grass pasture, and is fine for growing John son grass, alfalfa and grains; artesian well and everflowing stream of water; Is not subject to overflow. If you w'ish the best stock farm in Alabama, see us about this; nothing better in the blue grass region of Tennessee at $100 per acre. $2500—5-room strictly modern cottage; best bargain on South Highlands. $3500—50x100; cldse in; splendid invest ment. See our list before buying. We can save you money. COCKE REALTY CO., Bell phone 1036. Steiner Bldg. NEW BARGAINS FOR SAGE. $2500—Neat *i-room cottage on 25th street, near 5th avenue; this home is in fine lo cation; is modern in every way, and is leased for $25 per month; if you want a bargain, see this. $200—50-foot lot near Cain station, Avon dale. $8500—50x190; West 20th street; splendid home of 9 rooms, with frontage both on the park and 19th street; small cash payment. $1800—5-room cottage; bath, city water, etc.; Johnston station, Woodlawn; $250 cash, balance long time. S. E. THOMPSON A CO. Phone 24. 223 21st Street. FOR SALE. $3850—Residence, Humbolt avenue. $2500—I.ot Ave. J and 16th street $4500—Lot 11th ave.. south. $5750—Residence. Avenue K. $4300—Residence, 11th ave., south. $5750—Residence 12th ave., south. 3900—75x240, 12th ave. and 23rd street $5000—Residence, 13th avenue, south. $2500— Lot 16lh ave. near south 20th street $1500—Lot 13th avenue, south. $4290—Residence, 13th street, south. $6000—Residence 13th street south. $3150—Cor. residence, 15th street. $4200—Residence, South 17th street $2500—Vacant lot on Highlands. $5000—Residence. 12th street, south. $1650—Cor. lot 10th avenue, south. $3150—100 ft. lot Sycamore street W. B. LEEDY A CO., Phones 42. 112 North 21st St ' FOR SALE. $4100— Modern 8-room dwelling on 14th ave., south, good terms. Immediate pos session, the biggest bargain offered late ly. $4250—8-room dwelling near 30th st. and Highland ave. $4750—8-room dwelling, lot 100 feet front on 30th at., south. $4200—Dwelling on 4th ave., north, near 23rd st., lot 50x140. FOR RENT. No. 603 South 27th st., modern 6-room dwelling. Desirable office. First ave., next to Stein er's hank. No. 2028 Morris ave., three-story brick " store house. JOHN G. SMITH A CO„ Phones 49212 North 21st St Birmingham Optical Parlors DR. JAMES SHARP (Graduate). Scientific Optician and Eye Specialist. Eyes tested free. Improved testa. A trial solicited. 2C2S First Ave. Btrmlngha a, Ala. DO YOU WANT A HOME? SEE SORSBY & LYON, 208-9 First National Bank Building-. No. 627—$550-Nice dwelling; on' splendid lot 50x150; 2 blocks from car line and postoffice, Wylam; $200 cash, balance monthly or yearly; muBt be sold within ten days. No. 469—$650—$290 cash; 1 and 2 years; store house, blacksmith shop and 2 acres in heart of small country town; must be sold at once; make us an offer, $500—$20 cash, $15 month; good 4-room house; nice lot; near school; East Lake. No. 626—$325—Nice lot; near car line; TVest End. No. 625—$1200—New 5-room house; near car line; West End; about $400 cash; balance monthly. No. 624—$425—$200 cash, balance monthly or yearly; new; near car line; East Lake; must be sold In two weeks sure. No. 492—$2650—54 cash, balance $25 a month; new 7-room house on car line; West End; elegant home. No.* 623—$4500—Beautiful lot; on 11th ave., South; near Five Points. No. 621—$1130—$500 cash, balance $15 a month without interest; Woodlawn. No. 619—$35 cash and $10 a month; nice lot West End. No. 617—$4000—7-room house on Ave. D, near 20th st.; now rented for $420 a year; with an Investment of an additional $450 would rpnt for $600 a year. No. 622—$2950—7 rooms; 2-story good home; near Powell school and park; Northstde. No. 616—$650—Beautiful lot; fronts south; near 17th st.; close In; see this if you want a bargain. No. 566—$1250—4 rooms and reception hall, | Compton. No. 563—$2000—5-room house and lovely lot; near 11th st.. South Highland^. We have several lots at East Lake, West End, North and South Highlands that we can sell you on easy payments; call at office ,and we will take pleasure In showing them to you. We have also several houses that we can sell on easy payments. See us for anything you want In the real estate line. No. 621—$1250—$650 cash, balance $15 month; former price $1700; nice new home; near church, school and car line; Woodlawn. No.S20—$t000— Elegant modern cottage; bath, sewer, gas, electric lights, cab inet mantels, hard oil ilnlsh, 2 porches; rooms all large and airy with nice high ceilings and large doors and windows; close In; South Highlands; near 20th st. $650—Nice lot; on Mamie ave., near 17th st.. North Highlands; well worth $750; see us quick about this. $1200— $100 cash, balance easy. $3750—2 houses, near Powell school; bar gain. FOR RENT. $13.50—6 rooms; North Highlands. $20—7 rooms; 10th ave., near 24th st. $12.50—5 rooms; 63d st., Woodlawn; near car line. $11—4 rooms; Olson sfatlon; East Wood lawn. $11—6 rooms; 4th st.. East Lake. $25—5 rooms; 2 acres; Jonesvllle. $7.50—4 rooms; 3 lots; East Lake. SORSBY & LYON, Real Estate & Rental Agents, 208-9 1st National Bank Bid's. BUY BIRMINGHAM DIRT It is better Than Rusty Dollars. No Excuse for Delaying the Purchase of That Home. $4500—Good home 11th avenue, south; 2 story, 9 rooms; can make terms. $4000—Elevated and modern cottage, rock wall, stone steps; easy walking distance. Near 20th street. South Highlands. $3000—Northside home; modern, east front; 6 rooms. Owner needs the money. Half cash, balance 6 per cent. $3500—Special bargain in North Highland home; 2 stories, 9 rooms; modern. Seventeen per cent investment—Splendid property Avenue H, near 17th street. Eighteen per cent investment—100 feet front on railroad; new houses. $50 front foot—100x140, Avenue B. near 21st street; improved. $2250—Alley corner 21st street, close in; 40x100, improved. 50x140—Improved front and rear. Avenu^ E, near 20th street. “You can’t head us.” We have the best city on earth; the pessimist is fast fading away. JONES-BARNETT COMPANY, 120 North Twenty-first Street, Birmingham, Ala. UNDERWRITERS REAL ESTATE AND RENTAL COMPANY Successors to Birmingham Underwriters Agency, Malone Real Estate & Insurance Company, Consolidated Insurance Agency. General Insurance. Our Fire Insurance Companies Represent Over One Hundred Million Dollars Assets. We Have Casualty Companies Writing Employers’ Liability, Burglary, Personal Accident, Plate Glass, Health, Workmen’s Collective, Boiler Insurance, Unexcelled Facilities tor Handling Real Estate. We Have Now Some Very Attractive Offerings. Our Rental List is a Large One! a Few Desirable Stores and Residences on Hand. We Will be Glad at All Times to Show Prospective Buyers or Renters. Parties Having Property for Sale or Rent, Will Do Well to List Same With Us. ft We Negotiate Loans. An Investigation is Desired. Your Patronage Solicited. We Will Try to Please You. A. D. Smith, Pres. W. N. Malone, 1st V.-Pres. C. L. Stickney, 2d V.-Pres. Henry Hiden, Secy. W. A. Barton, Treas. Bell Phones, 600 and 613. Peoples Phone 613. 2017 First Avenue, Birmingham, Ala. guild a Home to Suit yourself l We will sell you a lot in AVONDALE or KINGSTON and furnish building ma. terial for Its Improvement on like easy payments, via.: $200.00 full size lot. $15.00 cash, balance $3.00 per month. $200.00 building material. $15.00 cash, balance $3.00 per month. $200.00 full size lot. $22.50 cash, balance $4.60 per month. $300.00 building material, $22.50 cash, balanc- $4.50 per month. $500.00 full size lot. $37.50 cash, balance $7.1) per month. $500.00 bulldln,- material. $37.60 cash, balance $7.60 per mot.th. We have $200.00 lots In both localities for COLORED PEOPLE to whom we give the same liberal terms. Apply to RICHARD RANDOLPH, President, Avenue E and Sixteenth street, '.'-’ephone 158. King Land & improvement company FOR RENT. 608 S. 15th St, 6 rooms, $15.00. Store and residence combined, corner 24th St. and Are. D. '• Parties desiring to rent lots for any purposes can get what they want fTom us. BIRMINGHAM REALTY CO. 117 IS. 21st St. DRS. FRAZIER & LATHED, DENTISTS, Have moved their officee to the nln£h floor Flrat Nation:! Bank Building. NORTH BIRMINGHAM 11100.00, elegant new cottage and lot, 160 feet from car line, fronts south, splendid bored well, soft water. Terms, $260.00 cash, balance $26.00 per month. See this. O. M. GREEN A CO. Seventh Avenue and Car Line. i j ' ’ •