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Our
Store
In the
New
Bank Building
Is well stocked with an
exceptionally fine and
fresh line of clear Ha
vana and domestic cigars.
You will also find there
the most complete line of
Turkish and Egyptian
cigarettes carried by any
house south of the Ma
son-Dixon line.
All the leading daily
papers—the latest books
and current magazines.
R. D. Burnett
Cigar Co.
BLACK BELT TOWN
FULL OF COTTON
SELMA WAREHOUSES AND COM
PRESSES HAVE ALL THEY CAN
DO TO HANDLE THE SEASON'S
CROP.
Selma. November 1.—(Special.)—The un
precedented receipts of nearly 45,000 bales
of cotton within practically b!x weeks of
the season and the unusually free selling
at the good prices prevailing has given
the compresses and warehouses in Selma
more than they could conveniently han
dle. As a consequence the Selma Press
and Warehouse company nas ordered in
stalled at once another cotton compress
of the latest improved pattern. It is
hoped to be able to test the new machine
with some of this season’s crop. The Dal
las press with a forced capacity of 800
bales a day has had more than it could do
but -with the new press the 150,000 bales
Selma expects to receive next year will
easily be handled.
The bulls were jubilant around Selma
yesterday, as the quotation on the cot
ton exchange boards went to 10 cents
for middling cotton and this in face of a
stock of over 7500 bales and receipts,
which since September 1 have reached
<3,266 bales as against 31,814 to October 31
last year.
This counted In dollars and cents shows
a gain of $625,000 and when is added to
this a difference of about ten dollars more
this year in the price than last it is easily
seen that Selma is a full million dollars to
the good over last season.
The advertising matter for the coming
fall festival whtch will take place during
the w’eek of November 16-21, has arrived,
and will commencing Monday, be posted
throughout this section. The railroads
have granted a rate of one fare for the
round trip and the Southern has had some
three thousand streamers printed.
PAUL’S CAPE,
215 N. Nineteenth Street
A 10 per cent investment.
Pay Gas and Electric bills
today.
Elegant desk room, ground
floor Steiner Building.
DON’T FORGET.
Pay your Electric bill today.
B. N. Cullom, J. H. Taylor, Smith Cullom,
President. Manager. Bee. A Trees.
Alabama
Abstract
Company
MOT First Avenue
EXAMINERS
OF LAND TITLES
This company offers:
FIRST—Thorough examination ot your
title.
SECOND—Absolute truerentee,
THIRD—Saving In time and expense.
The oldest title company In the city.
BIRMINGHAM LOAN CO
116 N. TWENTIETH 8T.
The oldest most reliable loan office la
the city. Money loaned on watches, dia
monds. jewelry, guns ar.d pistols. Bar
gains in unredeemed pledges. Business
strictly confidential Old gold and silver
bought HI WALD. Prog.
NORTH BIRMINGHAM LAN3 C3.
2007 First Avenue,
Llri...ngham, Ala.
Manufacturing 3it;_ and town lota fot
•ala. Fifteen minutes' ride of center
rf city.
WHEN NEEDINQ
LUMBER
PLANING MILL STUFFS
X Of all Kinds X
Brackets,
Mouldings,
Columns, Etc.,
’ You'll find it to your interest Is
give us a call.
House Bills a Specialty.
JEHKINSlUMBER CO.,
Yard, Mill and Office.
Cor. 19th St. and 10th Ava* N.
Both Phones 1134.
ANOTHER HEATH
ADDED LOUIE LIST
William Bailey of Perdue Uni
versity Dies of Injuries.
VICTIMS NUMBER SiXTEEN
Thirty-three Injured Students Now
Lying in Hospital and Condition
Fifteen is Serious—Tele
graph Offices Flooded.
Indianapolis, November 1.—William
Bailey of New Richmond, Ind., sub-play
er on the Purdue university football
team, died this afternoon from internal
injuries received in the Big Four wreck
yesterday. This is the sixteenth death.
Fourteen dead bodies were shipped to
their homes today and the body of Joseph
R. Powell of Corpus Christ!, Texas, will
be sent home tomorrow morning in
charge of Paul Storm, an old class mate,
living here.
There are still lying In the hospitals
thirty-four victims of the wreck, thirty
three of whom are students of Purdue
university. Of these fifteen are in a serious
condition.
H. O. Wright of Pendleton, Ind., sub
situte player, has a broken back and
his recovery is not thought probaole. He
is too weak to permit of an operation.
A. L. Holley of Oberlin, O., half back
on the team, has his legs crushed and
is suffering from the shock. He Is also
in a precarious condition.
C. C. Adams of Osgood, Ind., a mem
ber of the band, has an injured spine ar\d
is in a critical condition. It was not
known until today that he was hurt, as
he was taken to the home of his rela
tives.
Coach O. F. Cutts of North Anson,
Me., who worked over the injured all
day and night, was ordered to the hos
pital this afternoon, and will have both
legs in plaster casts for several weeks.
There are crushed bones in each ankle.
H. G. Leslie of West Lafayette, cap
tain of last year's team, and this year's
full back, has been under the influence
of anaesthetics all clay. He has a broken
leg and broken jaw.
G. W. Nichols of Philadelphia, student,
who was injured in the right shoulder, Is
suffering from a profound shock and is
in a serious condition. The physicians de
cline to predict the outcome.
President Stone of Purdue university
is still maintaining his headquarters here
and is answering inquiries from all parts
of the country. The telegraph offices
have been flooded with incoming and
outgoing messages.
The cause of the wreck is not yet
known, railroad officials saying they have
no idea how it happened.
COURTLAND,
Wade Carter, Negro Desperado, Cap
tured—Fine Race Horse Dead.
court! and, November 1. —(Special.)—
Wade Carter, the negro who caused the
shooting of City Marshal T. M. Crow,
was apprehended yesterday morning,
and is now in jail. Crow's leg was ampu
tated and he seems to be doing as well
as could be expected. A reward was of
fered for the arrest of the negro, and
this morning two negroes found him con
cealed in some fodder in a loft. He was
badly wounded, having a pistol wound
in the side of his head and another from
a shotgun in the hip. The entire charge
of the shotgun, had taken effect in the
hip. The wound on the side of the head,
was caused by a bullet from the mar
shal's pistol, and was ilred after Crow
was shot down. The negro lay in the
woods after being shot and lack of at
tention has rendered his injuries serious
J. H. Gilchrist of this place had the
misfortune to lose his pacing stallion
Brandon, 2:12, a few days since. While
playing in the paddock, he ran into the
fence, causing dislocation of his shoulder
which produced lockjaw. Brandon was a
son of Brown Hal. Besides being a race
horse himself, he sired quite a number
of pacers with records of better than 2:20,
and two with marks of better than 2:lu
Brandon was easily worth $3000.
VALLEY HEAD
* _
Box Supper Quite a Success—Social
and Personal Notes.
Valley Head. November 1.—(Special.)—
The ladies conducted a box supper Fri
day night at the Presbyterian church to
raise funds to purchase a new organ.
Quite a nice sum was made. The sup
per was greatly enjoyed by all.
Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Renfroe and son,
James are at home again after several
weeks absence on account of the serious
illness of Mrs. Renfroe.
Miss Millie Lively of Birmingham, Is
the guest of her sister, Mrs. E. S. Ren
froe this week.
C. E. Nicholson Is at home again after
having spent several months In the west
Miss Edna Brown of Detroit Mich
Is the guest of her sister, Mrs. D C
Alexander this week.
Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Alexander and
baby are the guests of Mrs. Huron this
week.
WHITE MAN ASSAULTED.
Dutch Cosper Kills One of Three Ne- 1
groes Who Attacked Him.
Pell City. November 1.—(Special.)—
Dutch Cosper. white. Walter Curry and
two brothers, colored, while driving from
the cotton gin home at Kasonville Sat
urday morning had some dispute about'
cotton. The three negroes attacked
Cosper. Walter Curry drew his pistol
and Cosper managed to get hold of the
weapon before the negro could fire.
Wrenching it from Curry’s hand, he fired,
killing the negro instantly.
Cosper got in two more shots and broke
his pistol by hitting one of the other ne
groes. Ho had to run to keep them from
beating him to death. He immediately
secured help but the two negroes cannot
be found.
Jlist like finding it. What?
10 per cent. Pay Gas and
Electric bills before the 10th.
A 10 per cent investment.
Pay Gas and Electric bills
today.
, FOOTBALL
Sewanee vs. University of
Alabama, West End park,
Monday, November 2d.
Your GAS bill is due. Pay
today aud secure discount.
HORSE TRAMPLES
DOWN A PREACHER
THE REV. MR. THOMPSON SE
RIOUSLY INJURED WHILE TRY
ING TO QUIET ANIMAL FRIGHT
ENED bY SWITCH ENGINE.
Pickney, November 1.—(Special.)—The
Rev. Mr. Thompson, pastor of the Adams
vllle Methodist church, was seriously in
jured at Tutwiler’s mines this morning at
9 o'clock while endeavoring to quiet his
horse that had become frightened at a
switch engine.
Mr. Thompson’s wife was sitting in the
buggy at the time. He had gotten out
and was holding the horse's bridal, when
the animal gave a sudden plunge, hit
ting Mr. Thompson on the head, back and
shoulders with the hoofs of his front feet.
Mr. Thompson managed to retain his
grasp of the horse's bridle, however, tin-'
til some men nearby’ could come to his
assistance.
Mr. Thompson and his wife w’ere on
their way from his home at Adamsvlllo
to Brookside where he was to preach this
mornig. As they approached tne tracks
of No. 3 mines they saw that a switch
engine -was coming toward them. Mr.
Thompson alighted from the buggy and
stood at the horse’s head, in order to
keep him from becoming excited. He
succeeded in holding the horse but sus
tained injuries which may prove fatal.
When last heard from he was resting
quietly, although the full extent of his in
juries are not exactly known.
ALLINGTON HOTEL
BURNS AT FLORENCE
EFFORTS OF FIRE DEPARTMENT
WERE UNAVAILING—NEW JEF
FERSON HOTEL IS THROWN
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC.
Florence, November 1.—(Special.)—Fire
broke out in the rear of the Allington
hotel Friday night at 11:30 and was pret
ty well under headway when first dis
covered. The fire department responded
promptly, but were unable to control the
flames, which seemed to be all over the
house at once. The entire building and
its contents were gutted.
The management of the Allington hotel
was preparing to discontinue the hotel
business after the first of the month, so
no inconvenience will be experienced by
the traveling public. The building is
owned by Mrs. W. J. Nelson and was
covered by $3000 insurance. The hotel
fixtures belonged to Mrs. H. F. Weakley
and were covered by $300 insurance.
tins Norton formerly engaged in the
hotel business at Pulaski, Tenn., Friday
night tendered the citizens of Florence
an Informal reception at the elegant new
Jefferson hotel, which was thrown open
to today. Music was furnished by the
Florence string band and delightful re
freshments were served during the even
ing to the dancers and other guests pres
ent. About 150 guests were in attedanee
and the affair was one of the pleasantest
in the history of Florence.
I RAILROAD WORLD
The New Orleans Picayune has the
following:
The recent visit of President Samuel
Spencer of the Southern Railway and Vico
President Winchell of the Frisco-Rock
Island system has not ceased even yet
to call forth comment, and the opinion
prevails among some that the plans of
the combination have received a setback,
which will delay operations on the termi
nals.
L. S. Berg, president of the New Or
leans Terminal company, was yesterday
asked if the actual condition of affairs
really justified any such opinion. In re
ply Mr. Berg said thu,t it did not.
•'1 do not understand why anyone should
think that the transfer of the Chalmette
property from the present holder, the i
New Orleans Belt and Terminal company, |
to tho New Orleans Ternimal company, j
has any significance. The transfer is
purely a matter of form, for the property
is now owned by the same interests to
which it will bo transferred, and the
mere fact of transfer would have noth
ing to do with the question or ownership.’*
Asked if the transfer would necessarily
have to be made after the conference
of Southern and Frisco officials, which
adjourned in New Orleans recently to
meet in New York, Mr. Berg said that
the transfer of tlie property here was in
no wise dependent upon the New York
conference, and would be made whenever
It is convenient to do so.
New York Commercial-Advertiser says:
Within the past few days there has
been an unexpected increase in the de
mand for locomotives. The Seaboard Air
Line lias put in an order for thirty up-to
date engines; the Pennsylvania lines
west of Pittsburg are to have eighty new
machines, and the Belgian state railways
have asked for bids for 100 locomotives of
American make.
While nearly all of the railroad com
panies arc reducing the* number of em
ployes in their shops, the large locomo
tive works throughout the country aro
running on full time and with full work
ing forces. Orders for new engines have
been placed six months ahead with the
American Locomotive company, and also
with the Baldwin works. There is enough
work in sight to keep the plants of these
two concerns running all winter. The
first named company is at work on an
order from the Missouri Pacific railroad
for thirty-five powerful engines.
The largest and most powerful loco
motive ydt constructed is now building at
the Schenectady works of the American
Locomotive company for the Baltimore
and Ohio railroad. This will be a special
exhibit at the St. Louis exposition be
fore it is put into actual service. It
will be of the Malott type, and will have
twelve driving wheels arranged on the
articulated plan. The gross weight on the
driving wheels will he about 270,000 pounds.
Since the first of last January the Bal
timore and Ohio railroad has bought 200
new locomotives. Nearly all of those have
been delivered. There aro ICO freight en
gines weighting 193,000 pounds each, twen
ty high-speed Atlantic type passenger en
gines. In addition to these the Baltimore
and Ohio management has placed in
service two 100-ton electric motors, which
are used to haul heavy freight trains
through the Baltimore tunnel.
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup,
the best remedy lor DIARRHOEA. Sold
n> druggists In every part ot the world,
lie sure and ask for "Mrs. Winslow's
Soothing Syrup," and tako no other
kind. Has been used for over FIFTH
HEARS by MILLIONS of MOTHERS for
ihelr CHILDREN WHILE TEETHING,
with PERFECT SUCCESS. It SoOTHEo
ilie CHILD. SOFTENS Ihe GLMd. Ale
LAYS all PAIN. CURES WIND Cduc.
and la iwcniy-hve cents a bottle
Scliilllnger’s Hol-Brau.
7%An -_ Examine its
Merits
FORBES we,£“uid
A HIGH GRADE S)Z
PIANO "
K 1/Ti 1 V/» warerooms.
Built for the climate.
CALL AND HLAR IT PLAYED.
Pianos on Easy Payments
E E. FORBES PIANO CO.
J. B. CHAMBERLAIN, Manager,
1QOQ THIRD AVENUE.
BIRMINGHAM COLLEGE OF MOSIC
OPENS WEDNESDAY, OCT. 7th,
At Jesse French Piano and Organ Company.
PIANO, ORGAN, HARMONY, VIOLIN and VOCAL
JNO. CALMAN, Sec’y. RIENZI THOMAS, Director.
L. V. CLARK,
A. LATADY,
J. K. BROCKMAN,
A. J. CAMP,
C. P. ORR.
The Southern Audit CO.,
ALA.
EXPERT ACCOUNTING IN ALL ITL BRANCHES
Periodical Examinations,
Partnership and Estate Settlements,
Fire Adjustment,
Trial Balances and Financial Statements.
WHITE FOR TERfli, 3IRJJLUS, ED,
Telephone 630.
P. O. Box 891.
OFFICE—
Rooms 311 & 312 Woodward Bldg.
FOR RENT.
G08 S. 15th St., 6 rooms. 515.00.
Store and residence combined, corner 24th St. and Ave. D.
Iartie3 desiring to rent lots tor any purposes can get what they want
trom us.
BIRMINGHAM REALTY CO. 117 IS. 21st St.
/\. J. KREBS COMPANY,
—Solicit Orders For—
Lumber, Interior Trim and Stair Work, Countering, Shelving and Office
Fixtures.
PLANING MILL AND LUMBER YARD
Box 19C. 6th ave. and 36th St 'Phone 648.
••WHERE DIRT GATHERS, WASTE RULES.”
GREAT SAVING RESULTS FROM THE USE OF
SAPOLIO
SOUTHERN PROGRESS.
The New Industries Reported In the
South and West.
The progress In southern industrial de
velopment for the week just closed, as re
ported by The Tradesman, includes the
following new organizations vas among
the most important:
Alabama—Fort Payne, electric light
plan; Bessemer, medicine factory; Gads
den, $11.0110 land company; Birmingham.
$25,000 stone company; two $H,000 land
companies.
Arkansas—Little ltock, $25,000 basket
factory; Clarksville, $200,000 mining com
pany; Stamps, $1,000,000 land and lum
ber company; Hartford, $10,000 coal com
pany; Piggott, $12,000 manufacturing com
pany.
Florida—Fayetteeville. $000,000 cotton
mill; West Palm Beach, cold storage
plant; Jacksonville, naval stores com
pany; Gainesville, $20,000 planing mill and
coffin factory; Pensacola, $50,000 lumber
company; Tampa, $500,000 mining com
pany.
Georgia—Statesboro, $30,000 electric light
plant; water works; Dublin, Cypress saw
mill; $10,000 wood distillery; Poulan, saw
and planing mill and variety works, Ma
con. wagon factory; Savannah, $300,000 \
distilling company; $100,000 investment |
company; Lawrenceville, collar factory.
Indian Territory—Potcau. ice factory.
Kentucky—Hopkinsville* telephone sys
tem.
Mississippi—Tryus, cotton gin; Collins,
building and loan company; Belzona,
$20,000 water works and electric light
plant.
North Carolina—Indian Trail, $25,000 gold
mining company: Mountain Island, elec
tric plant; Willington, $100,000 machine
shops; Ramseur, cotton mill; Raleigh, I
$50,000 construction company; Wake For
est. $10.0<i0 foundry; Salisbury, $750,000 min
ing company, $3<x>.000 granite company,
slate quarries. $3,000,000 electric power
company. $1,000,«KX) land company, $1,000.
000 mining company; Smithfleld. $15.(K0
cotton mill: Greensboro, $100,000 spoke and
handle company; Charlotte, $25,000 cloth
ing factory; Pant ego, $12,500 investment
company; Marietta. $25,000 lumber com
pany; Winston-Salem, knitting mill; Mt.
ilolly, twine mill; Lenoir,^20.000 furniture
factory.
Oklahoma—Chandler, $5000 building and
loan company; White Eagle, $5000 tele
phone company: Garber, creamery; Daw
ton, $1,000,000 mining company, gas plant;
Guthrie, Packing plant; $10,000 investment
company.
South Carolina—Charleston, $13,000 brick
works; Jonesville. $5o,«hx> building and
loan company, Rowesville, tie and lum
ber company.
Tennessee—Nashville, laundry. $200,000
machine company. $25,000 tie and cedar
1 company; Trenton, electric light plant;
Memphis. $100,uoo clothing factory; Co
The American Stenographic and
Employment Bureau.
All work first-class and strictly Con
fidential
Legal Work a Specialty.
Correspondence and Tabulated Work.
Work sent for aud delivered.
118% N. 20th St. Boll Phono 1113.
10-26-1-sa-mo we lm.
NORTH BIRMINGHAM
$1100.00, elegant, new cottage and
lot, 150 tec. from car line, fronts south,
splendid bored well, soft water. Terms,
$250.00 cash, balance $25.00 per month.
See this. G. M. GREEN & GO.
Seventh Avenue and Car Line.
Both phones.
Excelsior Steam Laundry
DOES
EX0UIS1TE WORK
■ ~ --- rnim'
MORQE A. BUNN A 80N.
ttU Second Avenue. 'Phone SM
lumbia, $12,000 lumber company; Lewis
burg. packing plant; Knoxville, brick
works.
Texas—Fort Worth, $50,000 lumber com
pany; San Antonio, oil company; Beau
mont. $40,000 rice mill; $30,000 oil company;
$500,000 soap factory; oil refinery; San
Saba. $50,000 light and Ice company; Bren- !
ham. $1H,2'H) oil company; Gainesville,
telephone system; Sour I^ake, lumber
mill.
Virginia—Norfolk, $60,000 land company;
Richmond, $50,000 land company: Mar
tinsville. telephone system; Lynchburg,
$100,000 manufacturing company.
West Virginia—Morgantown, $50,000 slate
manufacturing company; Falrlleld, $20,
)NH» coql mining company; Fairmont. $100,
ooo lead and zinc company; Bluefteld, $1,
000,000 coal and coke company; Wheel
ing. $10,000 carriage factory; $2,000,000
gold mining and building company; !
Logan. $25,000 development company;
Welch, $25,000 baryta company; Wallace,
$10,000 oil and gas company; Huntington,
$25,000 oil and development company.
OPEN TODAY
PAUL’S CAFE.
215 Nineteenth Street.
Your ELECTRIC bill is
due. Save 10 per cent by
paying today.
ONE CENT A WORD.
HATES—lc. a word a day; bo ad.
taken for leas than 26c for Drat In*
aertion. Cash must accompany every
order. ■ . >at a >
$25,000 Per Month to Loan by
THE ALABAMA HOME
to Build Homes.
Borrowers given valuable options of re
paying loan at the end of 1. 2 or 3 years.
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 GUAR
ANTY CO.
CAPITAL $100,000.
Our records Include Jefferson and
Sbeiby counties.
J. K. BROCKMAN, General Manager.
226 Twenty-first St., Birmingham. Ala.
MORTGAGE LOANS.
Real estate loans made on improved
property in city limits of Birmingham
from $500 up.
High class real estate mortgages for
sale, large or small amounts.
A specialty of making real estate mort
gage Investments for clients.
TURNER R. WEAKLEY, Attorney.
5 Watts Building.
~ WANTED. "
WANTED—Customers for snow cases.
Iron sates and Carrara yaintr. Alabama
Grocery Oo. t-l-tf
WANTED—Tobacco tags. Will pay 40 to
45c for Schnapps, Early Bird, R. J. R.,
Red Elephant and R. J. Reynold’s other
brands. W. Y. Daniel, Thomaston, Ga.
10-29-8t
WANTED—Scrap iron. Write J. P. Wel
der, Birmingham, Ala. 10-17-tf
WANTED—Bids for sinking 10x10 air
shaft We will furnish machinery,
compressed air, drill, buckets, ropes,
etc. Woodward Iron Co., Woodward.
Ala.9-7-tf
BOARuWANTEbr
BOARD wanted by couphT'for winter in
private family in house with modern
conveniences; references given and re
quired. Address M. M. S., Lock 3, Ala.
ll-2-6t
^ HELP WANTED—MALE.
WANTED—Two first class men stenogra
phers, also young man bookkeeper. Ap
ply to Birmingham Business College.
__10-27-tf
WANTED—For U. S. army; able bodied
unmarried men between ages of 21
and 35; citizens of United States of
good character and temperate habits,
who can speak, read and write Eng
lish. For information apply to recruit
ing officer, 7% North 20th st., Birming
ham, Ala. 10-7-wed-fri-mon-to-12-31
RELIABLE man in every county to rep
resent eastern corporation as general
manager; exclusive; very profitable;
permanent. Address “International,”
231 Broadway, New York. 10-31-5t
HELPER WANTED—For sign "painting.
Hermitage, 25th street and 2nd avenue.
Room 4. _ 10-13-tf
_HELP WANTED —FEMALE.
I WANTED—Dressmakers to work^'*on
tailor-made suits. One good fore-lady
dressmaker. 118% N. 20th st.. New York
Tailors Inquire at Kellers’. 10-30-3t
AGENTS WANTED.
WANTED—Agents for our now styles of
portraits. New sample case just invent
ed; greatest success yet; weighs only
four pounds; free. Write for particulars.
Model Tortralt Company, New Era
Bldg., Chicago.ll-l-5t
BOARDERS WANTED.
TWO gentlemen or couple can secure
board, with home comforts, private
family; references required. People's
phone 734, or call 2230 8' i 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 avenui; walking
distance from city; one block from car
line. Bell phone 300. 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 fnr~nlce room
with hoard. 520 21st, north. ll-l-2t
UP-TO-DATE private boarding house.
Pleasant neighborhood. Convenient lo
cation. 701 S. Twentieth st. Bell ’phone
<%•ll-l-3t
ROOMS FOR RENT.
FOR RENT—Two furnished rooms, one
small, for light housekeeping In brick
residence. 1911 Park avenue, S39 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-tu
FOR RENT—Largo well furnished room,
2012 6th avenue. Phone 1919. 10-2S-tf
FOR RF,NT—Front r’oom7 furnished.~2030
6th avenue. 10-23-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—A room with board, hot and
cold bath. Address 605 North Twentieth
street. 10-30-7t
FOR RENT—Lovely rooms in one of the
nicest private homes in the city; every
convenience; strictly tirst-class; People's
phone 1974. 611 North 22nd street.
n-j-at.___
ROOMS—Nicely furnished and all con
veniences; close In. 1918% 4th avenue.
11-1-tf
FOR SALE.
FOR SALE—Cash business with short
hours and pleasant occupation, paying
$50 net profit per week; price, $500. Ad
dress Chance, care Age-Hcrald.
FOR SALE—A well-broke pony; the pony
and price will be found at Dr. Qibson’
Veterinary hospital. ll-l-2t
FOR”SALE—1The-Vanderbilt Hotel,"~”Ca
lera, Ala. Thirty-six rooms, completely
furnished, water connections, bath
rooms, sample rooms, etc. One of the
best locations in Alabama. All Louis
ville and Nashville and Southern trains
stop right at the door. No hotel in the
state has a better standing with the
traveling public. On account of falling
health I wish to retire from active work
and will sell to desirable party at a
bargain. For Information, terms, etc.,
address I. N. Breazeale, prop., Calera.
Ala. 10-23-e.c.d-lm
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
MONEY TO LEND.
MONEY furnished salaried peorlT~wlth
out security; easy payments. Southern
Discount Co.. 302 Cnallfoux. 4-13-tf
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES;
ACTTVE^man nfitlT^TlSo^ran^hpar^of a
clean business paying $50 w> ekly clear
profits; no scheme; will bear close In
vestigation. Address Active, care Age
Herald.
ONE CENT A WORD.
RATES—lc. a word a day; no ad
taken for less than 25c for first In
sertion. Cash must accompany every
order.
MONEY TO LOAN
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.
SITUATIONS WANTED.
WANTED—Position by young lady steno
grapher, experienced In law and other
office work, good speed in both short
hand and typewriting; moderate salary;
best of references. Address E. A. T.,
care Age-Herald. ll-2-2t
__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 $i0 reward for
delivery of horse to me. J. A. McDonald.
10-27-7t
__ miscellaneous.
TAKE calomel for your liver if you liko
it, if not, take Phospho. Simply elegant
in taste, odor and effect. Phospho at
Parker’s and Adams'. 10-26-mon-lm
CREDIT to reliable parties. Diamonds
and watches. Jewelry, silverware anil
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-tf
__R EA L ESTATE.
FOR SALE.
$1SOO—Three beautiful lots. 150x160 feet;
northeast corner of Tuscaloosa avenue
and Owen ton street; fronts on car 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—$2500 cash, balance 1 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,
25x140 feet each; 3rd avenue, near 18th
street; ought soon to go to $300 per front
foot.
$850—Easy terms. $500 house and $400 lot;
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
G; $30.
5-room house; West End; on car line; $15.
SMITH & STILLMAN.
2004% First Avenue.
FOR SALE.
$4100—South Highlands home; half block
of Avenue K; very neat and attractive;
beautiful lawn.
$5250—Excellent Avenue K nr use; 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.
$2,500—New 6-room cottage; Fountain
Heights.
Special bargain In a Magnolia Heights lot.
$3150—75x150 ; 2-otory; Fulton station.
$1000—4 roorrs; Woodl-wn; 100 feet front.
$5250—New bricks; close In; rent $66
monthly.
FOR RENT.
$65—11 rooms; Northslde.
$831-3—Corner 6th avenue a.id 21st street.
$115—Large new house; close In.
M’CONNULL & CARTWRIGHT.
Both phones 46. 220 North 21st SL
UNDERWRITERS’ REAL ESTATE &
RENTAL CO.,
A. D. Smith, President; W. N. Malone,
First Vice President; C. L. Stickney,
Second Vice President.; Henry Hiden, Sec
retary.
FOR SALE.
Four nice residences in Avondale; various
sizes; all cheap; liberal terms. •
8-room residence; 8th avenue, north, near
Fth street; modern.
7-room modern home; Avenue J, near 17th
street, south.
4-room cottage; modern: 11th street, near
Avenue H; very cheap.
Lot 60x235, with 6-room modern cottage
on car line at Woodlawn; price is right.
Nice 7-room house; 19th street, south,
near Avenue C; see this and you will
buy.
Corner 17th street and lltn avenue, north;
7-room house; very large lot; liberal
terms.
FOR RENT.
Office ground floor First National Bank
building.
Storehouse; Avenue A, running back to
tracks.
Good store on 1st avenue.
Wp have named only a few of the prop
erties listed with us for sale or for rent.
Come and see us; we will make it to-your
interest All kinds of insurance.
UNDERWRITERS' REAL ESTATE &
RENTAL CO.,
Both phones 613. 2017 1st Ave.
We have sold the block of property ad
vertised last week, and now offer the
large lot on Second avenue and 29th
street. It has 165 feet frontage on main
line of Louisville and Nashville railroad,
190 feet on Central of Georgia railroad,
and 110 feet on the Frisco system.
Suitable for Industrial plant or for
warehouse purposes. Can b- bought at
a bargain. Bell phone 384.
BROWN BROS. & CO.
ANNOUNCEMENTS.
For Board of Revenue.
The Age-Herald Is authorized to an
nounce John T. Reed as a candidate for
board of revenue, subject to action of
democratic primary.
I hereby announce myself a candidate
for re-election to the Board of Revenue,
subject to the action of the Democratic
party. J. K. P* LAIRD.
AMERICAN DISTRICT
TELEGRAPH COMPANY
Main Office With Western Union Te!;
grapb Company.
REL.ALLE. MESSENGER8
Furnished tor any purpose. Notes and
Packages promptly delivered,
•tones 19, Either Company.
BUSINESS CONFIDENTIAL
fd. E. WILLIAMS Manaaar

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