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KATES—One cent a word a day; no ad. taken (or less than 26 cents for firs; insertion. Cash must accompany every order. «' '1 Is Your Money Earning | 6 Per Cent IF NOT, you should put 1 , 't In The Alabama Home j a- til I ding & Loan Associa tion. We ijsue Special Certificates which pay 6 per cent per annum, paid * 6emi-annually, and the !' amount paid In may be withdrawn at any time. I! I1 Apply to |i W. V. M. ROBERTSON, Gen’l. Mgr. 2009 1st Ave. yHE Age-Herald will print a 1 I advertisements o f “Situations Wanted’’ FREE OF COST If you want a position, ask ifor it in this column. Every body will read your want and if you be worthy you will j find employment. WANTED. SHAVING lflp at 1921 4th avenue. 3-18-tf tVA NTED—C'uatoniers fur showcases, Iron safes and Carrara paint. Alabama Gro cery company. 1-1-tf FARM of 80 or 100 acres, with some Im provements; within 15 or 20 miles of this city. Address, giving description, loca tion and terms. Farm, care Age-Herald. 1-7-tf ^'ANTED-H o'use with five rooms for colored family near car line; please an swer by letter 1123 8th ave.; location no objection. Jim Brown, care Age-Her ald. l-lG-4t WANTED—From owner, best home to be bought for $3500; also two investment cottages. Give street number. Address Quick, care Age-Herald. l-17-3t WANTED—To purchase an Interest in a merchandise brokerage business, by an experienced grocery man who is now on road, with one of the best jobbing houses in town. Address “G,” care Age-Her ald^^l-16-2t _SITUATIONS WANTED. YOUNG MAN, six years’ experience, de sires position as bookkeeper or assist ant; best references; salary no object. Address B-8, care Age-Herald. 1-11-71 "WANTED—At once, position by experi enced bookeeper and office man; hard worker. Address J. J. Coleman. General Delivery._ I-10-21 POSITION wanted by reliable young man who lias had four years’ experience In general merchandise business and office work; can give references; willing to work in or out of city. Address D. A. Fanning, 2008 6th avenue, city. l-15-4t Tv A NTED- Position as electrical engi neer; capable of taking charge of com plete plant. Address Engineer, care Age Herald. WANTED—Position as lady stenographer; experienced; best references. Address A, care Age-Herald. SITUATION WANTED by energetic me chanic in ereeting machinery of all kinds; 16 years’ experience; can give good references. Address Machinery, (*are Age-Herald. WANTED—Married man with family who is well educa.ted. sftber, and honest needs work badly; am competent for position as cashier, clerk or collector; will gladly accept any position whereby I may make enough to keep my family. Faithful, care Age-Herald. ^^JHEJLP^A/ANTED—FEMALE. WANTED—First-class and experienced young lady stenographer; call room 1 Steiner Bldg. Remington T- writer Company. 1-7-tf WAN! 'ED—Housekeeper who will assist In the care of children of evenings; white woman only wanted; a desirable home with good salary to the right person. Apply in writing, M., care Mas sey Business College, city. 1-16-tf XVANTED— Ladies to decorate sofa pil lows; experience unnecessary; $12 to $14 pei week 108 imh l-14-7t WANTED—Ladles to decorate sofa pil lows; also ladies to stamp china; ex perience unnecessary; $s to $12 weekly; work taktn home. 2329 3d avenue. l-13-7t AGENTS WANTED. WANTED—Agenls in every city in Ala bama to sell beet typewriter on mar ket. Will give states agency to party with $1000 to $1600 capital. R. O. Hull. 7-6 Austell Bldg., Atlanta. 1-I7-I0t BUSINESS CHANCES. WANTED—As an investment, ^ouo addi tional working capital for an establish ed business that will bear strict inves tigation. Mortgage security given. Ap ply "Investment.” care Age-Herald. ONE CENT A WORD. ’ RATES—One cent a word a day; no ad. taken lor less than 25 cents for first insertion. Cash must accompany every order._ LAND TITLES, TITLE INSURANCE Jeffers'-n, Shelby and St. Clair County Title Business Exclusively. Birmingham Title and Guarantee Company 225 Twenty-first Street. J. K. BROCKMAN, General Manager, (Organlaeu July. 1800.) SOUTHERN AUDIT CO. Expert accounting In all Its branches. Periodical examinations made. New sys tem? Installed. 210 First National Bank. Bell phone 630. HELP WANTED—MALE. WANTED—A good coachman who thor oughly understands the care of horses and Is a good driver. Must come well recommended. Apply 2180 Highland ave nue. this morning. 1-16-1f SALES manager, experienced, to direct force of traveling men; good opportuni ty for result producer; salary according to ability. Hapgoods. 1106 Pennsylvania building, Philadelphia. WANTED—For U. 8. army; able-bodied i unmarried men, between ages of 21 and i 85; citizens of United States of good character and temperate habits, who can speak, read and write English. Ap- | ply to recruiting officer, 7% N. 20th St., Birmingham, Ala. 7-1-ly WANTED—First-class bookkeeper for a large corporation; must be able to give references and bond if necessary. Ad dress, in own handwriting, Bookkeep er-W, care Age-Herald. 1-16-41 WANTED—Pipefitters; steam shovel men; women to demonstrate, nic*' work, good pay; stenographer out of city; outside grocery salesman; other good openings. 458 Hood Bldg. WANTED—-A bookkeeper to keep bank books; must be competent and reliable; state experience and reference. Address Bank, care Age-Herald. 1-16-fit WANTED—A company manufacturing a well known line of grocers’ special Ups wants representatives for Birmingham, Montgomery and Mobile, Ala.; also men for different county districts; only re liable. ambitious men wanted who can furnish cash bond of $800 to he held dur ing term of employment; $125 a month salary and extra commissions to the right men. Address Manufacturer, care Age-Herald. WANTED—Two or three wide awake men of good address who have had some ex perience soliciting; pleasant, profitable employment. Address Real Estate, care Age-Herald. WANTED—An experienced retail grocery man who can furnish city references and $1600 to buy one-half Interest In a good paying fancy grocery. Address Joseph, care Age-Hera Id. waxtko Young man for secretary add treasurer who can Invest $1000 or more. Fine proposition to right party. Address 401 Title Guarantee building. 1-11 -7t WANTED—City solicitor for accident and health Insurance; splendid proposition for right man. A. S. Boyd. Manager, 208 Bank building. 12-24-20t WANTED—A harnessmuker and repairer; will board man; good wages. Apply J. E. Loftln, Greensboro, Ala. l-14-4t WANTED—Blacksmiths, wagon makers and painters; Smith’s park; two months' work. See Goodell at circus winter quarters. l-17-4t BOARDERSJA/ANTED. ^ MRS. J. P. ROSS can accommodate a few boarders at 2021 6th ave., north; reason able prices; references exchanged. Ap ply at house. 1-6-tf NICE, large room with board; couple or two young men; private family; southslde. L. E. A., care Ago-Herald. l-16-2t ROOM and board; large” nice furnished front rooms in private German family for man or two gentlemen. 1616 4th ave PLEASANT room with board. 2209 Gth ave. l-14-10t ELEGANT front room with hoard Bell 3G44. 422 lfith .street, north. 1 -13-7t FOR SALE. FOR SALE, or will exchange, house and lyt at West End; bargain if taken at once. Address Owner, 401 Title build ing. l-ll-7t HALLS safes, second-hand ^res of all makes and sizes. Birmingham Safe Co.. 1708 1st ave. 12-13-wd-au-tf FOR SALE—A good family marc about 12 years old; perfectly safe for lady to drive; also one second-hand phaeton in very good condition. Will sell both cheap for cash. Address Buggy, care Age-Herald. l-16-2t FOR SALE—-Fine cottage on car line, West End; $1000 cash, balance easy. Address Owner. 401 Title building. 1 -11 -7t FOR SALE—Surry, with top, curtains, lamps, fenders and harness for $115; worth $105. Birmingham Buggy com pany, cor. 17th street and 2nd ave. FOR SALE—Cottage, West End; one block of car line. Address Owner, 401 Title building. l-ll-7t FOR~8ALE— Beautiful lot In Norwood; easy payments. Address Owner, 401 Ti tle building. l-ll-7t ROOMS FOR RENT. FOR- ’RENT—Furnished room; clean, comfortable, reasonable. G14 23d st north. l-14-4t FOR RENT—Nice room, with board; rea sonable, 1523 5th avenue. l-17-5t ONE CENT A WORD. RATES—One cert, a word a day; no ad. taken for leas than 25 cents for firat insertion. Cush .just accompany every order. ___ FOR RENT. ~ STORES for rent. No. 8-10-12 Morris ave nue and 19t'h street; long or short lease. Railroad track at rear door. Birming ham Salvage Co. 1-3-tf IMMEDIATE arrangement can be made to lease store house occupied by Steele Smlth Dry Goods company; 3 stories, 25x140 to alley. Apply to owners, 7 Steiner building. _1-17-we-su-tf “ LOST, STRAYED OR STDLEN.~ l7( )ST—-A smal 1 pne-eyed mHle French poodle, named Bob. The party who has same will please return to 22U4 2nd ave nue and receive reward. Mrs. J. E. McCoy. _ _l-16-2t LOST—A black jap robe; lost on 20th street between First and Fourth ave nues, about dusk. Apply for reward to 416 First National Bank Bldg. PERSONAL. HXm^TtESTORER^Absohiteiy guaram teed to grow hair. Send $1 to Cosmo politan Medical Institute. Box 19. Chi cago. l-14-6t STENOGRAPHERS—We~wlll"secure you a good position without cost to you. Call and register your name. Do not write. The Davis Typewriter Co., 327 Hood Bldg., Bell phone 370.I-14-7t MONEY TO LEND.^ __ _ MONEY LOANED SALARIED PEOPLE without security; easy payments. Union Discount Co., 518 Woodward Bldg. 10-6-tf MONEY to loan on real estate at lowest rate. Apply Alabama Trust and Savings company, 2026 3d avenue, Massey build ing10-2-tf 1 MISCELLANEOUS. POLICIES Issued by “old line" llftThisur^ ance companies on the Tontine, accumu lative and deferred distribution plan, | purchased by me at higher prices than , offered by these companies; bring or send policies thereby save correspond ence and time; quick action and ready cash. P. W. Hall, First National Bank Bldg., both telephones 608. ll-li-tf ANY pool- girl needing friendship .help, advice, etc., will find ready and willing assistance by applying to the matron of Salvation Army Rescue Home; 33rd st. and Ave. E, Birmingham. Ala. 6-14-tf STENOGRAPHERS F I* RNI SHED—'We have a good list of competent stenogra phers. If you are in need of one wo will be pleased to send you one without charge to either party. The Davis Type writer Co., 327 Hood Bldg., Bell phono 370.1-14-71 ~ REAL ESTATE. _ FOR SALE. 61000—Vacant corner, 50x190, at Princeton; suitable for store. $3000—Comer 11th Ave and 10th St. 1-3 cosh. $76i)—Vacant lot near Fountain Heights church. FOR RENT. Brick store on car line; Avondale, $17.50. 1902 11th ave.. south, 7 rooms, $30. 1105 N. 14th st.; 6-room and bath, $15 per month. L. G. PETTYJOHN, Phones 465 and 1101. 1826% 3d Ave. A FEW BARGAINS IN CITY PROP ERTY. 20 acres suitable for sub-division; block from car; H mile from city limits. $4750—8-room residence; modern. $7500—8-room residence; modern; on Iligrh land ave. $6000—8-room residence; modern; Richmond Place; 100 feet front. $6260—Modern residence near 11th ave. and 1.1th street; terms, $1250 cash, balance $35 per month. $30,000—Improved; 3d ave. (business) prop erty. $30,000—Improved business property; lOOx 140; corner. $2100— Magnificent Norwood lot; 60x190; terms. If in the market, call and see us. W. I\. }\ALOISE <Sc CO. Insurance. Rentals. 211 N. 21st St. Phones 1239. We have had listed with us. Tor sale, several very choice South Highland homes. Also a few choice lots on and ad jacent to Highland avenue. If interested we would he glad to have you call on BROWN BROS. & CO Ground Floor, First National Bank Bldg.. Bell Phone 384. A REAL BARGAIN In realty. Corner Avenue D and 13th st.; 100x140, with eight 4-room houses. Price, $6600; rents $80 per month; close to new improvements and enhancing in value. W. G. OLIVER & CO., 2025 Third Ave. Phones 1682. FOR RENT. Store on 21st street; good location; will [ Improve to suit tenant. Store onlst avenue, between 13th and 14th; I cheap rent. I Warehouse on Morris avenue with rail I road tracks. Warehouse on Avenue C near 22d street. I All classes of property for rent. GEORGL BILBE, | Bell phone 24. 223 21st street. FOR RENT. No. 920 S. 18th street, in rooms; bath and toilet above and below, and very suitable for two families; good neighbor hood. See me at once. No. 814 S. 13th street, 9 rooms; bath, etc.; $40.00. No 1209 II and 12th street, new 8-room stucco; $35.00. No. 1717. 2-story house of 6 rooms, bath, etc.; $25.00. No. 720 N. 23d street, 6 rooms. $15.00. No. 1727 2nd ave.,store. J. D. CROSTHWAIT, 2111 First Avenue. OKU CENT k WORD. RATES—One cent a word a day; no ad. taken for less than 25 cents for first insertion. Cash must accompany ^ every order. R E A L E ST ATeT " FOR SALE. $5500—N. 21st st.; cottages; rent $600. $3750—Very attractive Norwood home. $2500—Norwood corner, 00x190. $6000—2-story res., 12th ave.. near -4th. $4000—Large Belt R. R. corner. $4500—50x140; 4th ave., 14th and 15th, $3500—26x140 ; 3d ave,, 14th and 15th. $8000— Property; H, near 20th; pays $900. $10,500-100x190; Ave. F cor.; pays $1200. $12,500—Large F cor.; whites: pays $1440. $5260—Ave. K home near 12tli. $12.500—A bargain close In on S. 20th st. $6E>00—50x190 ; 5th ave., near 17th; Imprvd. $7500-100x100 ; 7th ave. cor.; rents $620. $51,000-60x140 ; 3-story brick; pays well. $21.000—Handsome S-story brick. $5600—5 acres; West End; well Imprvd. M’CONNELL & ANGLIN, Phones 1523. _2018 Third Ave. FOR RENT. Price. Location. Rooms. $32.50.No. 1209 Ave H. 1 32.60.No. 1000 Wheeless st. 8 30.00 .No. 1217 North 13th st. 7 25.00 .No. 829 North 20th st. 9 26.00 .No. 1810 Rush ave. 9 25.00—7-room cottage on 4 acres near Nor wood, with servants house. FOR SAXiE. $1250—Small acreage proposition; easy walking distance of city. See us. $13.000—Modern new South Highlands home $5750—Modern new 6-room Norwood cottage $5250—Modern new 8-room Fountain Heights home. Two or threo nice propositions in busi ness property. INSURANCE OF ALL KINDS. JOHN M. CARTWRIGHT 4 CO., Phones 46. 220 21st 3t FOR SAIJ2. $7000—50x140 ft,. 8-room 2-story house on 3d ave.. and a great bargain. $5000—A 60 ft. lot on 5th ave., close in. $15.000—A 5th ave. corner, close in and good. $10.000—A 4th ave. nonipr, close in and cheap. $7000—An 8th ave. corner: big bargain. $4250—A beautiful South Highlands home. $6000—50x200 ft., 9-room 2-story house; new. $2000—50x145, 6-room cottage on G; bar gain. $1X00—50x190, 5-room cottage. West End. $1250—50x140. 6-room cottage, Woodlawn. $2700—250x200 ft., 6-room cottage; great bargain. $3250—62x230 ft., 5-rooms, Fountain Heights. If you have any better bargains than these, list them with me, and find a ready buyer. Some nice Avondale prop erty for sale. J. D. CROSTHWAIT, 2111 First Avenue. North Birmingham $2759_Nice 6-room house, 2-room servant's house on car line, near churches and schools. North Birmingham. Ala.; Just completed; never occupied. Tf you are looking for a home, this Is the best thing you can get. C. M. GREEN & CO MPANY Both phor.e3 No. 7. ”for sale” $12,000—Store house, South 20th street; close In; pays 9 per cent. $3750—150x200; Morris ave. to railroad. $750—25x182; 1st ave. between 9th and 10th streets. $700—40x100 ; 29th street between Aves. E and F. W. B. LEEDY & CO. Both Phones No. 42 112 N. 21st St, FOR SALE CHEAP. $15,000—150x140; on Third ave.. rapidly com ing Into business; one-third cash, bal ance long time at C per cent, will take this property. $6000—200x2*10; partly improved; railroad front property; fine location for lum ber yard; big improvements going up near it; on Belt line. $12.500—Two-story brick store on 20th St., paying almost 10 per cent on good lease by very responsible people; half cash will do. $7600—9-room house on 14th ave., South, near 20th St., renting for $50. S. E. THOMPSON, Agent. Bell Phone 24. 223 21st Street. 600 Buys the most beautiful corner lot, 200x170, near Glen Iris. Two feet above sidewalk— shade trees— sewerage. Whatley & Brown, 208 X. 21st Street. \ 100,000 pairs of eyes see every want ad. in The Age-Herald. If you want a position the ad. is free. Other want or classified ads. one cent a word. LEGISLATURE WILL STAND BY DEPEW Senator Brackett Makes Vigor ous Arraignment WANTS DEPEW TO RESIGN Says Lack of Confidence in the New York Senator Has Resulted From the Recent Dis closures. Albany, N. Y., January 16.—The state senate today defeated by a vote of 34 to 1 Senator Brackett's resolution request ing the resignation of United States Sen ator Chauncey M. Depew. The democrats were excused from vot ing, Senator Brackett alone supporting the resolution. This action followed a long debate opened by Senator Brackett In a speech of an hour and a quarter, in which he scathingly attacked Senator Depew, with an Incidental denunciation of Senator Thomas C. Platt. Senators Moltby, Cassidy, Raines. Coggeshall and others defended Mr. De pew. The debate on the resolution was begun in the presence of a crowded cham ber. After the reading: of the resolution Mr. Grady, the minority leader, explained the attitude of the democratic senators. He said they were in no wise responsible for sending Mr. Depew ’to the United States Senate, and the responsibility of recalling Mr. Depew must be on the party that sent him there. He said the demo crats could remain passive and listen to the debate, and any individual member may then be influenced one way or an other. Senator Brackett Begins. Senator Brackett followed. lie declared in opening the debate that he had intro duced the resolution in obedience to what he believed to be the “solemn demand of tlie right thinking people of the state.” He denied that he had the slightest wish to hummate Senator Depew "more than was necessarily implied in any possible resolution of the kind.” He asserted that there was a lack of confidence in the senator named which had been caused by recent disclosures. He denied the assertion that It was not within the province of the senate to pass a resolution on a subject in reference to which it had no authority to enforce ac tion, and cited resolutions adopted on the j Venezuelan situation and the coal strike several years ago. "I want to say to you and to the peo ple of the state,” continued Senator Brackett, "that until a more righteous conception of public duty shall prevail we are without hope for the future; that until tlie great virile manhood of the state shall stand to. the proposition that he who offends in1 the performance of his public duty must suffer the punish ment for his offense, we can expect lit tle of respect for law, liltle of regard for public honor and virtue and have taken ’Tis the Olden Law— Like Attracts Like. The rapid sale of lots has been very gratifying, but more pleasing still is THE CLASS OF PURCHASERS. Ac cording to the eternal fitness of things, THE BEST PhXIPLE are buy ing THE BEST PROPERTY. Within a short time we shall pub lish THAT ADVANCE IN PRICES. JEMISON Real Estate and Insurance Co. 2024 Third Ave., Birmingham. FOR RENT. 2224 7tli ave., 9 rooms. 503 N. 21st st.. 20 rooms. 1205-7 N. 13th st.. 7 rooms. 714 N. 25th st.. 7 rooms. 1209 Ave. H, 6 rooms. 1900 Ave. J. 7 rooms. 1000 Wheeler st., 8 rooms. jii5 11th ave. S., 8 rooms. 1523 Uth ave. S., 10 rooms, i 814-18 S. 13th st.. 9 rooms, i 901 S. 18th st., 9 rooms. 1105 12th ave. S., 8 rooms. STORES. 1722 2d ave., 8-story. We write all kinds of insurance, negoti ate loans, make bonds, etc. UNDERWRITERS REAL ESTATE AND RENTAL CO. A. D. SMITH, Presidsnt. Both phones 613. 210 N. 21st street. _LEGAL NOTICES. Mortgage Sale. Notice is hereby given that under and by virtue of the powers of sale con tained in two certain mortgages executed by J. O. Webb and George K. Pattee to the undersigned Birmingham Realty Company, on the 13th day of October, 1904, which said mortgages are recorded one in volume 375, page 10S. and the other 111 volume 376, page 165. in the office of the Probate Judge of JetTerson county, Alabama, default being made in the pay ment of the indebtedness secured by said mortgages, the uudersigned will offer for sale and proceed to sell, in front of the court house door of Jefferson county, Alabama, during the legal hours of sale, to the highest bidder for cash, on Mon day. the 12th day of February, 1906. the following described real estate, to-wit; Lot numbered eleven (11), in block num bered seven hundred and fifty (750), ac cording to the map of the Klyton Land Conipuny, in the city of Birmingham. Alabama, more particularly described as follows: Begin at a point in the south line of Magnolia avenue one hundred and thirty-five and 75-100 (135.751 feet east of its intersection with the east line of Sycamore street; thence still along the south line of Magnolia avenue sixty seven and 88-100 (67.88) feet; thence to the right at an angle of seventy-six (76) degrees and nineteen (19) minutes one hundred and seventy-seven and 48-100 (177.48) feet to the north line of an alley; thence west along the north line of said alley fifty-nine and 56-100 (59.56) feet: thence one hundred and seventy-seven and 88-100 (177.88) feet to the point of beginning. BIRMINGHAM REALTY CO.. Mortgagee. London & London, Attorneys. l-10-3t-wed the first long steps toward condoning | crimes of whatever kind.” Opposed His Re-Election. Senator Brackett declared that although he had stood for Senator Depew he had been opposed to his re-election because he believed him unfit for the office. Any senator present, lie said, ought to blush for shame at the representation of his state In the United Slates senate by either of the present senators. He claim ed the slightest responsibility for Sena tor Platts re-election and said he would support any other senator's resolution requesting him to resign. Senator Brackett insisted that no service performed by Senator Depew for the Equitable Assurance society during the twenty years of his $20,000 '‘retainer" had been other than what he owed as a di rector of the society. The claim that this enormous sum was paid for legal services excited only laughter and con tempt. Referring to the so-called "yellow dog” funds of certain insurance companies he said: "Out of this fund there were paid thou sands of dollars in one campaign toward the expenses of one of the political par ties, as one says ‘to save the honor of the nation.' The honor of the nation—the honor of the nation—of which honor these men were so soiicltious that they forget their own; ho soiicltious of the national honor that they wore ready to and did give away thousands of dollars of your money and money of poor men and widows; of orphans, but not a cent of their own. To Keep Depews in Power. "Let us have done with this shame and pretense of having used the stolen funds for honorable, or necessary purposes. It is no answer to the stealing that the money stolen was well spent. But there Is not even this excuse here. It was spent In a way that it was thought would greatly aggrandize the men who directed the spending and it did. It was spent to keep the Depews in the upper house of the congresses for selfish purposes and It did. "Again I charge the truth to be that the chief argument a year ago advanced for the re-election of this very senator we are now discussing was that he had been Instrumental in raising large sums of money from these very incorporations for use in the election then just over ami | it was broadly intimated In more than : one conference on the very subject, if; indeed not actually stated and argued i that such contributions were made m ! the express understanding that he was to j he returned to the Senate where he could continue to protect In their places these men who thus gave away your money and mine. "If there is here on the floor any timid soul among the majority who thinks that this recital will hurt his party, I want to say to him and to everyone of my party associates, to say it kindly, but firmly, if we do not expose and rid ourselves and our party of transactions of that kind there will presently be no party to be injured.” IN THE BIRMINGHAM REAL ESTATE MARKET Papers for two transactions in local real estate which involved largo amounts were recorded in the probate clerk’s of fice yesterday. One sale involved fifteen lots situated on the South Highlands, the I consideration for which was $32,000. This I property was sold by the Birmingham Realty company to the Magnolia Hand company. The other deal was as follows: W. G. Robinson to the Central Coal and Iron company, six and two-thirds acres of land in township 18. range 3, west, the consideration for which was $35,000. Other papers recording deals which in volved amounts equal to or exceeding $1000 were filed in the probate clerk’s office as follows: Rugby Land and Improvement company to C. H. Worrell, lots in West End, the consideration for which was $2700. Janies M. Garner and S. C. Garner to .e Roy Watts, lot on Hay street, the consideration for which was $1000. Mrs. M. A. Glover to the Palos Coal and Coke company, various tracts In Jef ferson county, the consideration for which was $2000. J. E, Parker to H. W. Parker, tract in section 35. township 18. range 4. west, the consideration for which was $1000. Building permits have been issued by Building Inspector John P. Lind as fol lows: Mrs. S. C. Hill, erect a two-storv frame dwelling on Tenth avenue between Fif teenth and Sixteenth streets, south, at the cost of $3700. B. J. George, erect a two-story frame dwelling on Twenty-ninth street between | Twelfth and Thirteenth avenues, at the I cost of $3080. J. H. Scruggs, repair dwelling on Tenth avenue and Fifteenth street, south, at the cost of $1500. Mrs. Joslo B. Tanner, erect a two story frame dwelling on Eleventh avenue and Twenty-eighth street, north, to cost $3200. F. B. Yielding, erect a one-story frame dwelling on Fifteenth avenue and Allen street, at a cost of $1500. THOMAS J. EMERY DEAD. Was One of Cincinnati’s Most \ Wealthy Citizens. Cincinnati, Ohio, January 16.—Thomas j J. Emery, multi-millionaire of this city, ; j is dead in Egypt from pneumonia, the j I news having been received here today by j cable. I Mr. Emery, who was an extensive trav- : 1 eler, went to North Africa during the i ! summer and the news of his death came . ! within a few hours of the time when \ Us family heard of his serious illness. ! He had spent some time at Algiers and i then went to Cairo where he was taken down with pneumonia and his death was reported by cable today. None of his immediate family was with him at the time of his death, his wife, \ who was a Miss Hopkins of Baltimore, not having accompanied him on his trip to the Mediterranean. Mr. Emery was one of the principal heirs to the Thomas W. Emery estate the largest owners of real estate in Cin cinnati and southern Ohio. He establish ed the Cincinnati orphan asylum as a memorial to his sons, who had died, and was a large contributor to the colored orphan asylum. He also Contributed gen erously to other charities and largt?ly aided Booker T. Washington in his educational work. He gave liberally to the college at Berea. Ky., an institution founded i for the education of both white and black students, although It has since yielded J to the Kentucky statutes which prohibits mixed schools. Read Knowledge Contest i in Sunday’s Age-Herald— 1 $50 given away. - »e»- - ■ ■ - CHANGE OP SCHEDULE. Nerwood.Idle wild Line. Effective January 17, 1906. Cetnmencing at 6.00 a. m. car every 12 minutes until 9.00 a. m.; tlien every 16 minutes until 4.00 p. m. f then every 12 minutes until 7.12 p. m.; then every 18 minutes until last car leaves Birmingham, at midnight, for Idiewild and 12.18 r, m. fnr Norwood. A Live Wire Every nerve is a livag^pre connecting some part of The body with the brain. They are so numerous that if you pene trate the skin with the point of a needle you will touch a nerve and receive a shock—pain it is called. Aches and pains come from a pressure, strain or in jury to a nerve; the more prom inent the nerve the greater the pain. When the pain comes from a large nerve it is called Neuralgia whether it be the facial nerves, or the heart, stomach, sciatic or other prominent nerve branch. To stop pain, then, you must relieve the strain or pressure upon the nerves. Dr. Miles’ Anti-Pain Pills do this. T suffered intense pain, caused by neuralgia. I doctored and used vari ous medicines without getting relief until I b^gnn taking Dr. Miles' A nil-Fain Pills. They did me more good than all the medicines I ever used. They never fail to cure my headaches, and their use never leaves any bad after-effects.” MRS. WM. BECKMAN. $57 W. 4th St., Erie. Pa. Dr. Miles' Antl-Paln Pills are sold by your druggist, who will guarantee that the first package will benefit. If It fails, he will return your money. 25 doses. 25 cents. Never sold In bulk. Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind WHEN NEEDING LUMBER PLANING MILL STUFFS OF ALL KIND* Brackets, Mouldings, Columns, Etc. You’ll find it to 70'jr i iterost: > give us a call. HOUSE BILLS A SPECIALTY. JENKINS LUMBER GO. Kard, Mill and Office. Cor. 19U St and 10th Ave., N. Both Phones 1134. DRS. DOZIER & DOZIER MEDICO-SURGICAL AND ELEC TRO-THERAPEUTIC IN8TI TUTE, 117y2 N. Twenty-11 ret Street. BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA. IDp. O. t; Dostor. Dr. Byron Dollar. A strictly high-class Institute for the scientific treatment of all Chronic, Nervous, Blood, Skin, Rectal, Female and Genlto-Urlnary diseases, Deform ities, Tumors, Stiff Joints, Cancer, Lupus, Malignant Uloers, Rheuma tism. Tuberculosis and Consumption. Hemorrhoids, Varlcoesle, Hernia and Venereal diseases of every name, nature, form and character are also treat ed, and a legal guar antee of Cure will Be Qfven In every Caae. Our equipment, consisting of well kept prescription department, X-Ray. Violet Ray. Static and Oalrano-Ear adic apparatus, Super-Heated Air. Arc Light Cabinet. Burka Nebulizer id Ozone Inhalation for nose, throat end lungs, and a thoroughly equipped Surgical Department, modern and up to-date in every particular, give us a prestige over all competitors In Ala bama In our special line of practice. CORRESPONDENCE INVITED Consultation and examination free. Terms liberaj and confidence held Inviolate. Office hours 8 a. m. to 7 p. m. Sundays, 8 a. m. to 1 p. m. 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