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hates—One cent a word a day; no ad. taken tor lees than 26 cents tor firs Insertion. Cash must accompany every order._. 'i‘l Is Your Money j I Earning 6 Per Cent IF NOT, you should put «t in The Alabama Home Luliding & Loan Associa tion. We issue Special Certificates which pay 6 per cent per annum, paid semi-annually, anc the \ amount paid in may be withdrawn at any time. Apply to W. V. M. ROBERTSON, Gen’l. Mgr. 2009 1st Ave. r*j—-:- ~ the Age-Herald will print a 1 I advertisements o f ? “Situations Wanted’’ FREE OF COST If you want a position, ask j for it in this column. Every • body will read your want and S if you be worthy you will S find employment. WANTED. B1?A VINO^Oo"_a t 1921 It iTavenue. ' 8di-t f WANTED—Customers for show cases; we make good cases and sell cheap. At lanta Show Case Co., J. Withers Clay, agent, 327 Hood building. Bell 370. 12-13-36t-tu-thu-sat-su WANTED—For a few weeks wo would like to have the use of a gentle horse for his board; best of care will be tak en. W. B. Leedy & Co. 1 -26-8t-f rl-su-wed. ADDRESS successful inventor mechanical device; also model maker. “Inventor," care Ag*-H«rald. l-26-3t-thu-fri-su \vANTED—Several 6 to 8-room homes within convenient walk of the center on Nortthside. B. F. Whom, 801-2 Title Guarantee Bldg. SvERV man and woman needs the service of our experts some time. We guarantee high-class work and satisfac tion to all. Men and women’s apparel cleaned, dyed, pressed and repaired. Hats renovated, blocked and retrimmed. Gluck's Dye and Hats Works. 1816 3d avenue. Bell phone 2372. WANTED—To know the whereabouts of man who formerly sold nerve medicine at 127% South 20th street, supposed to have gone to New Orleans, after leav ing Birmingham. Address C. H. Joiner, 120 S. 20th street. l-27-3t WANTED—T,arge or small roll top desk. Stevens, 213% 20th street. WANTED—Residence lot, South High lands; prefer to deal with owner. Give price, terms and location. Address Pur chaser, care Age-Herald. Wanted—To buy or lease furniture of good rooming house In nice location; will pay spot cash. Address Cajsh, care Age-Herald. WANTED—^ositiveiy win pay cash to distribute or advertise Anti-Cigarette. Salesmen wanted also. Star Service Company, Dallas, Tex. l-j^-St-su WANTED—Customers for showcases, iron safes and Carrara paint. Alabama Gro cery company. 1-1-tf ^ SmjAT,ONS WANTED. WANTED—Position as bookkeeper; sev eral years experience; best of references. Address Box 410. Attalla, Ala. l-27-3t WANTED—By lady stenographer position with a firm or corporation where there are opportunities for advancement. City references. Smith-Premier operator. 40-X, care Age-Herald. 1-27-21 WaNTED^To keep set of books evenings for small concern. Address F. J., care Age-Herald. l-26-7t WANTED—Office or clerical position by young man of three years’ office ex perience. Address Young Man. 630 N. 19th street, or ring 366. l-27-2t STENOGFLaPIiRR, male, if~years exper lence; now employed; wants another po sition; bes.t references. Address Y-17, care Age-Herald. l-27-2t WANTED—By young man, now employed but desirous of making a change, po sition as timekeeper; can furnish best of references. Address Wm. B., 216 20th street. l-2o-4t Wanted—A bargain in suburban acre property suitable for sub-division. B. b\ Eborn, 801-2 Title Guarantee Bldg. DRI’GGHjTs with six years’ experience; would like to change positions at once. State salary. Address F. H. R.. Lela, Ga. 1-28-71 WANTED—Position by man with horse and buggy as salesman or collector; best of city references and bond fur nished if required. Nothing but a pay ing position considered. J. C. M., Gen eral Delivery. TOlJNG man now employed~as assistant bookkeeper, desires change. Has had only few months experience, but 'has Just completed bookkeeping course; can furnish references. Address R. H.. care Age-Herald. tlO.OOO—100x200 ; 2-story, modern, 9-room * residence; fronts Highland avenue car line; South Highlands; will exchange for lalger property ^.nd pay difference. B. F. Eborn, 801-2 Title Guarantee Bldg. WANTED—Position as stenographer and office work, by young boy willing to ■tart on small salary to show ability; best of reference. Willing, care Age Herald. WANTED—Position hy competent young man, to do office work; can furnish best reference; years experience. Ad dress W. W. \V„ care Age-Heraid. FIRST-CLASS stenographer, lady, wants position: good service given and good salary expected. B-9. care Age-Herald. 1-28-3t fr-ADT ntfnngrapher and office assistant, of two years' experience, desires office position; employed at present, but wish to make a change. Assistant, care Age Herald. WANTED—Position as pipe litter by young married man. who has five years’ expe rience In railroad shop; best of refer ence. Address C. E. K.. care Age-Her ald. ^'ANTED—Position as bookkeeper, ship ping clerk or salesman by sober man: acquainted with Birmingham district; best reference; bond if required. Earn est, care Age-Herald. 1-28-Ht fPANTED^Offlce or clerical position hy young man with several years experi ence in railroad (local) office work: a knowledge of bookkeeping and general office work; will work first weeks^on trial gratis. Address Box 7S, K. F. 1>. 4. city. ' "" HELP WANTED. distribute or advertise Anti-Victim, cigarette antidote. Star Service Co., Dal las. Tex. 12-31-Bt-su R20 a month; two ladles nr gentlemen wanted in each county to manage our glove business; permanent position; can vassing unnecessary. Common Sense Manufacturing company. Box 81, St. Louis, Mo. I-14-tf-su ONE CENT A WORD. HAI6S—Ono cent a word a day; no art taken for 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. (Orfranlzed July. *300.) SOUTHERN AUDIT CO Expert accounting In ail It* branches. Periodical examinations made. New sys tems Installed. 210 First National Bank. Bell phone 630. HELP WANTED—MALE. WANTED—Harness maker, one with tools preferred; 2 months' work. See Goodell. Smith Park circus winter quar ters. l-26-4t GOVERNMENT civil service examina tions will be held In this state during March and April. Full information and questions recently used by the civil service commission free. Columbian Correspondence College, Washington. D. C. l-7-4t-su ENGINEERS, electricians, firemen, ma chinists, etc., send for new 52-page‘ pamphlet containing questions asked by examining board of engineers; sent free. George A. Zeller Book Co., lot South 4th, St. Louis. l-7-4t-su WANTED—A young man, experienced stenographer and assistant bookkeeper; slate present employer, salary and age; answer In own handwriting. Address P. O. Box 745. l-24-8t-we-th-su WANTED—A combination bookkeeper and stenographer; must be accurate aVl keep up with collections. Address G. H., P. O. Box 425, city. l-2S-3t-thu-sat-su WANTED—One nrst-class boilermaker and one first-class locomotive machinist at once; good wages and steady work. Apply to the Brewton Iron Works, Brew ton, Ala, l-23-3t WE will make you a present of $100, give you a splendid suit of clothes every ninety days, enlarge your picture free and pay you a salary of $85 per month and all traveling expenses to take or ders for the greatest and most reliable portrait house In the world. All this will be guaranteed. Address R, D. Mar tel, Dept. 300, Chicago, 111. WANTED—Men everywhere, $4 dally, pass circulars, tack signs; no canvassing, steady. Continental Distributing Co., Chicago. WANTED—Men everywhere, good pay, to distribute circulars, advertising matter, tack signs, etc.; no canvassing. National Advertising Bureau, Chicago. $3 TO $5 per thousand for distributing samples, circulars, etc., 5c to lOo each for tacking signs; men wanted every where. American Union, Pontiac Bldg., Chicago. WANTED—Hollow-ware. Grate Front, Fender and Basket Molders. Apply Blncklock Foundry. South Pittsburg, Tenn. BOYS “WANTED—Lovemon, Joseph"* l,oeb want boys of 16 years and upward as wrappers. Apply to Superintendent. WANTED—A bag printer familiar with setting up forms for printing bags. Ap ply superintendent Birmingham Ferti lizer works. East Birmingham. l-28-3t WA tTtED—Engineer! switch and Wow Ing engines, stenographer, quairry fore man, timekeeper, man for small farm, eteam shovel, pile drivers, mine machin ist ; other good positions. 458 Hood Bldg. HELP WANTED—FEMALE. WANTED^FTrsUcTass amTexperTenced young lady stenographer; call room 1 Steiner Bldg. Remington ’!'■■ writer Company. 1-7-tf WANTED—Ladles to decorate sofa pil lows; also ladles to stamp china; ex perience unnecessary; $8 to $12 weekly; work taken home. 2329 3rd avenue. l-21-8t WANTED-Ladles to do piece work fit home; we furnish all materials and pay from $7 to $12 weekly. Send stamped envelope ito Royal Co., 34 E. Monroe! Chicago. WANTED—Lady of fair education to rep resent manufacturer for 1903 as district manager; established business; salary and expenses weekly; position perma nent; experience unnecessary. Address J. E. McBrady & Co., Chicago. WANTED—A lady of some business abil ity to manage branch office; good pay; give references. Address Room 19, Bates block, Chattanooga, Tenn. l-28-3t-su-we-su WANTED—Experienced girls to bottle and label Whisky. Apply 8 o'clock Mon day morning, January 29. to Fies Liquor Co., corner 2nd ave. and 17th st. jfooo^A-tract that-will out over 80 lots with $30«0 Improvements, between Bir mingham and Woodlawn. B. F. Eborn. 801-2 Title Guarantee Bldg. WANTED^Ladtes to decorate sofa pif lows; also ladles to stamp china; ex perience unnecessary; $3 to $12 weekly; work taken home. 2329 3rd ave. l-21-15t WANTED—Three fclrls for house to house canvassing, experience required. Apply N. R. Morris. Room 107, Hillman hotel, between hours 9 and 11 o'clock Sunday morning. __ WANTED—Several young ladles to can vass neat work: salary. Apply between 8:30 and 10:30 Sunday morning only. L. 8. Grleff. Room 149. Hillman hotel. WANTED—A nurse for 1 year old baby. Must be neat and willing to work. Good wages. Apply 809 Bradley street, Rich mond Place. WANTED—Two young ladles of good ad dress to travel; business light, thorough ly respectable and very profitable; all expenses advanced; best of reference re qnlred. Address B. O.. care Age-Herald. BOARDERS WANTED. NTcETTar(te~room-w ltl» board In private Jewish family. Address L. A , cage Age-Herald. l-25-4t MRS. J. P. ROSS'can accommodate a few boarders at 2021 Gth ave.. north; reason able prices; references exchanged. Ap ply at house,1-6-tf A COUPLE oh two gentlemen can get a nice front room with board at S12 39th st., Avondale. A LARGE, nicely furnished front room for couple, or young men. First-class tabe board. 715 North 18th street. WANTED—Couple or two young men to occupy nicely furnished front room, with hyard. In private fnmlly; every home convenience; reference required. Apply 1210 N. 18th st. FOR RENT. ’ FOR RENT^GoocrSumonTbricirrMi^ence; 817 N. 18th street, $26.00 Smith & Still man, 205 and 208 Hood bldg. J-28-3t IMMEDIATE arrangement can be made to lease store house occupied by Steele Hinith Dry Goods company; 3 stories. 25x140 to alley. Apply to owners, 7 Steiner building. 1-17-we-su-tf STORES for tvtVT No. 8-10-13 Morris r ve nue and 19l4i street; long or short lease. Railroad track at rear door. Birming ham Salvage Co. 1-3-tf RENT—$32. Wi Southside, pretty, modern home, furnace heat, close In, half block of two ear lines. Samuel P. Miller, 2111 First aaenue. FOR RENT—Handsome home on 16tE avenue South; $40. Address 707 Title Guarantee Bldg. Phone 1384. l-28-2t FOR RENT—Three conveniently located, light sample rooms close In. Address Jonas Schwab, 2028 First ave. FOR-RENT—Six room cottage, modern; immediate possession. 2812 5th ave.. North Birmingham. H. E. Woolley, Bell phone 1825. l-28-2t-su-tu ONE CENT A WORD. KATtS—One cert a word a day; no ad. taken for less than 25 cents for first Insertion. Cash just accompany every order. _ ___ SALESMEN WANTED. WANTED—Traveling salesman fo?”’'Xlal bama; strong staple line; great Induce ments to trade; high commissions; $30 weekly advance; permanent to right man. F. F. Cook, Sales Dept., Detroit. Mich. ' l-21-4t-su WANTED—A first-class ail-Tound sales man to cover unoccupied territory; per manent position and good Income to right man. Address Sales Manager. Box, 1198, St- Louis, Mo. WANTED—Salesmen by manufacturers of paint and roofing specialties; 15 years’ successful sale; many reorder*; pocket samples; permanent commission line. Thomas Mfg. Co., St. Louis. Mo. WANTED—Six experienced traveling salesmen for 1906; give particulars in first letter. Dept. 7, Box 674, Chicago, 111.__ BXPF.RIENCED liTealesmanshlp of pro prietary medicine and advertising deals for the retail drug trade; good (salary, with expenses and a liberal commission on excess sales; choice, new territory; energetic, sober, capable men only. C. W. Beggs Sons & Co., Chicago, 111. WANTED—Salesmen calling on hardware, lumber, building material dealers and roofers, to sell product of well known manufacturer; liberal commission. Sam ples are pocket else. Address Box 729, South Bend, Ind. SALESMF.N can easily make $10 a day selling our gold window letters, novelty signs and changeable signs; catalogue free. Sullivan & Co., 405 W. Van Buren St.. Chicago. 111. WANTED—Traveling salesman to sell grocers; permanent position; state pres ent occupation and salary expected. Los Angeles Cider Co., St. Louis, Mo. WANTED—Good live representatives to handle the best specialty on tile market; we want good men who can deliver the goods, and to such are prepared to make an elegant proposition; write us fully. White Manufacturing Co.. 013 Summer St., Chicago Ridge, 111. WANTED—side line traveling salesmen can make 830 to 550 per week handling our latest production of advertising fans. Liberal terms. Apply at once. United States Calendar company. Cincinnati, Ohio. ___ WANTED—Traveler for Alabama at once. Line staple for general trade. Position pays 51800 per annum with commis sions. John S. Allam, Detroit, Mich. WANTED—Salesman, a live-up to daTe man to sell a line of patent medi cines on commission. Man who owns a team prefered; liberal commission. Ad dress Box 177 Troy, Ala. l-28-3t-su-we-frl SALESMAN WANTED—We have a money making proposition for strong specialty salesman; big commission and exclusive territory. Commercial com pany, 823 Heed Building. Philadelphia. AGENTS WANTED. ~ WAjTfWD^Ag^rTn^every^cTtyTfr'AUp bama to sell best typewriter on mar ket. Will give states agency to party with 81000 to 815000 capital. R. O. Hule, 726 Austell Bldg., Atlanta. l-17-10t WANTED—Agents to sell Royal Pepsin Bitters; big commissions; easy seller. Sample free. L. & A. Seharff, Bt. Louts. l-13-eod-su-2t 525 WEEKLY easily earned by lady agents taking orders for us; outfit pre paid. We start you In business and make you Independent. Write for cir culars and terms. Woman’s Apparel Supply Co., Chicago. l-14-4t-su AGENTS— SonietTiing new; you give large handsome mirror free with every six cake dollar box soap at 36 cents; every call a sure sale; 133 per cen-t profit; our men are making several hundred dollars monthly; branch office and crew mana gers wamted. Parker Chemical Co., Chi cago. OCR big advertising combination box. consisting of perfumes, talcum powders, dentifrice and soaps; costs agent 16c, worth 51.50; sells at sight. Davis Co., 34 Union Park place, Chicago. 580—A" MONTH salary and expenses to men with rig to Introduce our guaran teed poultry and stock remedies; send for contract; we mean buslnes and fur nish best reference. G. R. Bigler Co., X 604, Springfield, 111. WE start you spiling diamonds; don't fall getting our liberal offer; 55 dally sure. Carbon Diamond Co., Syracuse, N. Y. Mention paper. PORTRAIT AGteNT—We give free pre miums with each order; free samples; credit to all; prices lowest; can you beat this? Kurz Art Co., 1403 N. Halsted St., Chicago. AGENTS wanted; portrait work done for the trade. Excellent work, lowest prices. Star Portrait Studio, 457 W. Madison St., Chicago. AGENTS—14x17" portrait and frame 60o; 16x20 pictures 3c; photo frames 8c; we trust you; outfit free; send for cata logue. Kelser Art Co., 6001 Wgntworth ave., Chicago, 111. 1-29-2! AGENTS—575 monthly; metal " combina tion rolling pin; nine articles combined; lightning seller, sample free. Forshee Co., B. 313, Cincinnati, Ohio. WANTED—Agents In every southern town for new wholesale wall paper lious: paper hangers and dealers pre ferred; large line and hlg commissions, sample books free. Willis Wall Paper Co.. Atlanta, Ga. 1-28-it MAN cleared $1182; lady $720 last six months selling new celluloid waterproof ■hoe dressing; why not you? Demon strated samples free. E. Ilollsday & Co., Clark St.. Chicago. N. B. PROPERTY OWNERS—There are several hundred bona fide applications for real estate of all kinds at this of fice seeking investments; you may wish to sell what they want; If so call. B. F Eborn, Rm-2 Title Guarantee Bldg. Bell phone 1264. _ We”WANT the “address-of all rjlcture agents for our new 58 cent enlarged portrait and frame, size 15x19. Noth ing like It In the market. Address A. N. Friedman dr Co., Manufacturers, Martlnsburg. Mo JAPANESE Polishing Cloth; will sell In every home, hotel and restaurant; sam ple ioc. Agents wanted. Keystone Sup ply Co., Lansdale. Pa. AGENTS keep posted.-“Novell ■. News." 171 Washington St.. Chicago. Illustrated monthly, covers novelty Held. Trial three months, 10c ROOMS AND BOARD WANTED. Jf?i7TNr^n^Soarcr^nnte3^ti5r><young~Tady In nico borne; best of reference. B-9 care Age-Herald. 1-28-21 WANTED—Three furnished rooms suit able for light housekeeping. Address Quick, care Age-Herald.__ ~ LOST, STRAYED OR STDLEN. fr»sf—Pl~F<0hpa; Alpha, fraternity pin. Finder plui.se return to 2108 Sth avenue. MISCELLANEOUS._. IF you wish to buy or sell mortgage notes, call at National Business Ex change. Wilson bldg. _1 -26-1f WANTED—Inventors to send for our free Illustrated hand book, a synopsis of patent laws and regulations. Milo B. Stevens & Co., attorneys, 812 14th st., Washington, D. C. S-27-32t-su POLICIES-Issued by-old line" life Insur 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. r. W. Hall. First National Bank Bldg., both telephones fi9R. Ll-ll-tf ANY-poor girl neeilng friendship .help, advice, etc., will find ready and willing assistance by applying to the matron of Salvation Army Rescue Home, 33rd at. and Ave. E, Birmingham, AJa. S-14-tl ONE CENT A WORD. HA i ES—One cent a -word a day; no ■d. taken for less than 25 cents tor Crist Insertion. Cash must accompany every order. _ FOR SALE. FOR §AL2^0ne" and oniPhatf million feet of long leaf pine, half million fine logs on yard, balance standing Imme diately around mill. Mill of fifteen thou sand capacity. Just put tip and ready to run; reason for selling bad health. _Box 128, Randolph. Ala. _ l-22-10t FOR SALE—Chrysanthemums (roots), 50 cents per dozen. IV. D. Caddell, Ak rorj, Ala. l-7-7t-sun-tue *1000—4 lots, each 60 ft. front, nice and high, 13th ave.. North Birmingham, near church, school and car line. One week only at this price. Sorsby & Ber ry, real estate agents, 2113 3rd ave., op posite court house. l-26-5t-frl-su-tu-thu-sun BRICK, lumber. Iron columns and 500 loads kindling for sale cheap; 3d avenue near Loveman, Joseph & Loch. W, H. Wallace. Bell phone 1806. l-24-2t-we-su HALL’S safes, second-hand, sates of all makes and sizes. Birmingham Sate Co.. 1708 1st ave. 12-13-wd-su-tf FOR SALE—8 beautiful lots; Smilhfieid Highlands, on North Ensley car line; lots nearby held at *1000 each; these for less. C. W. Mills & Co., 525 First Na tional Bank Bldg. l-23-3t-tu-th-su FOR SALE—Good family mare and sec ond hand phaeton; will sell cheap for cash. Address P-100, care Age-Herald. 1-28-2t For SALE—$50 cash, will buy nice 3 room cottage In city limits, balance $15 per month. Macke, 214 21st street. 1-10-eod-tf FORT SALE—Lot~iobx"ObT~facing south on oar line, is abowwgrade and has upon it a well built, conveniently arranged 7-room house. R. F. Manly & Co., Chali foux Bldg. FOR SALE-$1900—Small cash payment; $20 month; 6-room house, corner lot 100x 160, two blocks of car line, West End. Samuel P. Miller, 2111 First avenue. FOR SALE—Cheap, 85x150; renting $19 per month; within five blocks of Norwood car; great bargain, price $2000. Beasley Bros., 2026 First avenue. l-28-2t-su-tu WANTED—To sell electroplating and Royal silver outfit Gray Co., worth $120, for $60; free teaching; cause, leaving Gadsden. Sulima, Box 444, Gadsden, Alft^ __ 1-26-41 FOR SALE—Small covered and double work wagon. Stevens, 213% 20th street. FOR SALE—A cottage with 6 rooms, fac ing south on macadamized road, about two blocks from car line, on a lot con taining about two acres of land. R. F. Manly & Co., Ohalifoux Bldg. FOR SALE—Two choice elevated lots, 50 x200 each; West Highlands; glOOO for the two. W. A. Lester, 2004 3d avenue. Bell phone 8239. $l466—"Nice and new, '6 rooms, "2 porches^ good fence, 2 pretty lots, good neighbor hood, East Lake. A portion of this can be paid $16.00 month. One week only at this price. Sorsby & Berry, 2113 3rd avenue. t-26-6t-fri-su-tu-thu-sun foTt SALE—Fine lime rock deposit; also lime kilns and cooper shop. Stevens, 212% 20th street. _ DOGS FOR SALE^Two grown fox ter riers, $5 each; one 3-year-old white Eng lish bull terrier, $10; good breeders. Ad dress English, care Age-Herald. FOR SALE—Only $150 cash, price~$250075 room modern cottage, corner lot 50x190, 51st atreet and 1st avenue, Woodlawn. Samuel P. Miller, 2111 First avenue. FOR SALE—Desk typewriter, safe and piano. Stevens, 213% 20th street. FOR SALE—Lots for ten days special prices; proceeds from sales to be used In Improvements; cement sidewalks, grading street, etc. Address Owner, 401-2 Title Bldg. /-26-lOt FOR SALE—Eight, ten or sixteen acres between the Wade tract and North Bir mingham, $1050 per acre. W. B. Leedy & Co. l-25-7t FOR SALE—A very pre t ty "lo t ~at Nor wood; a bargain and upon easy terms. R. F. Manly & Co., Ohalifoux Bldg. FOR SALE—$4200; only $600 cash, balance two. three, five years at 6 per cent in terest; 2-story, modern home on 14th street between 11th and 12th avenues. Samuel P. Miller, 2111 First avenue. FOR SALE—Two farms. 120 acres having coal seams. Stevens, 213% 30th street. FOR SALE^Extabllshed furnished room hotel; 40 rooms- Royal street, near Canal, New Orleans. Address Hotel, care Age-Herald. FOk SAT.E OR RENT—Country home, situated north side of Shades mountain, 16 acres fenced; balance in timber; good houses, fruit, water, etc., will ex change for suitable unimproved real estate or otherwise. Alex Lemon. Ox moor. FOR SALE—Two-story" frame dwelling with 7-rooms and basement, situated on a corner lot facing south In a rapid ly Improving section of South High lands; modern conveniences; about two years old; easy terms. R. F. Manly & Co., Chalifoux Bldg FOR SALE—Two-story, modern home on Alabama street, special price on this. See me Monday and save money. Samuel P. Miller, 2111 First avenue. For 6aLe—Tf you want a small tele phone outfit for 25 or 50 phones. Ste vens. 212% 20th atreet. FOR SALE— Dry, level lot. 50x140; Owen ton, near college, two blocks from ear line; $350. W. A. Lester, 2004 3d avenue. Bell phone 3239. FOR SALE CHE A P—$3250—90x150; also 50x 170. with 6-room house; five blocks of car line; let us show It to you. Beasley Bros.. 2026 First avenue. l-28-2t-»u-tu FOR PALE—S160' solid walnut feed room set. for less than half price. Address P. D.. care Age-Herald. BARGAIN—36-acre farm one mile from new round house at Boyles; well im proved. well watered; good for sub division. Address R.. care Age-Herald. FOR SALE—Cheap, six radiators, one lot of 2-lnch pipe, also one lot of 18-inch pipe, all the above in first class con dition, for price apply to Weller & Co. WILL sell my beautiful upright piano, in mahognay case: best make; almost new; leaving city. Address Piano, care Age Herald. l-28-7t FOR SALE—Saw mill, engine, boiler and pump. Brick machine, automatic cutting table. Stevens. 213*/1s 20th street. FOR SALE—Or exchange 360 acres at Mentone, Ala., with 12-room house; will sell or exchange for larger property and pnv cash difference; above is attractive, with river front and 3000 feet altitude. B. F. Eborn, 801-2 Title Guarantee Bldg. FOR SALE—$1000. 80x880, nice cottage near car line; immediate sale. $1200, 330x400, 4 rooms; 224 acres, six miles, improved. Berry & Co., 301 Challfoux. phone 915. FOR SALE—$250 will buy restaurant mak ing $150 a month; $400 for boarding house doing a business of $400 a month; $675 for grocery doing a fine business; $1600 for first class laundry outfit; $1350 for established grocery and meat market; $1000 with or without services, for one third interest in established business on Morris avenue; $S00 will buy half in terest In money making job printing of fice. National Business Exchange. Wil son Bldg 1-28-3t-sun-tu-thu FOR SALE—Coaf and iron ore mines; also timber Stevens, 213V4 20th street. FOR SALE—An upright piano; ^sterling make; will sell cheap for cash. Call No. 411 N. 24th street. FOR SALE—New 2-story pebbledash, 8 room; bath, furnace and grates, cabi net matels. stone foundation, large base ment. corner lot, 57 feet front; terms to suit. Owner. Rail phone 3490. FOR SAtE—1 iron fence 72 feet tang, 3 feet high; cheap. Apply J. Bamdman, 2014 lat ave., care Davidson & Band 11 man. ONE CENT A WORD RATES—One cent a word a day; no ad. taken for less than 25 cents for first, insertion. Cash must accompany every order. FOR SALE] F?fFpSALE^bne set of good furniture. 3 piece* worth 173 tor $25 at 2310 6th ave. FOR SALE—A real nice home In Avon dale. splendid location and n^ghhor hood; modern conveniences and easy term*. R. F. Manly & Co.. Chalifoux Bldg.__ FOR SALE—I ‘have fifty acres first class gravel which I will sell In car lots; also forty acres best grade sand. Bath pits on railroad. For information write J. T. McCormick. Akron. Ala. l-28-3t FOR SALE—Thirty-three thousand acres of hardwood In Arkansas on Wichita river; none but those Interested need apply. A-l. care Age-Herald. FOR SALE—A 4-room cottage with hall. kitchen, pantry, porches, etc., on a.lot 50x140 near public school In Avondale; easy terms. R. F. Manly & Co., Chali foux Bldg. _ _ FOR SALE—Pianola player; good as new; for cash; big bargain; cost when new $250. Address Pianola, care Age-Herald. l-28-2t FOR SALE—$1500; 90x150. with 4-room house; five blocks of Norwood car; this Is a great bargain; see It. Beasley Bros 2036 First avenue. l-2g-2t-au-tu FOR SALE—8-roorn brick "house, modern. 95600; 10-room double floor house, $8500; 9-room, large lot, select, $10,000; two small 'houses, small cash and monthly payments. Stevens, 213V4 20th street. FOR-BALEy^A"" bargain-!n"a convenient ly arranged, well built home In Nor wood; is upon a -beautiful lot, has all modem conveniences, and is a home to be proud of. R. F. Manly & Co., Chall foux Bldg. FOR SALE-Three nice oak wardrobes. 1 hall rack. 1 refrigerator; a bargain; must sell quick. 1316 ,1th avenue, north. ROOMS FOR RENT._ FOR RENT—Five~Iarge rooms, partly fur nished, in nice brick house, 6th avenue, north, $30; you must bring the best of refences. Address W. C. T., onre Age Herald. l-26-2t-fri-su FURNISHED rooms! every convenience. 607 North 23rd street._1-25-Jt FOR-RENT—One room nicely furnished .. for young man with good references. 2316 6th ave. _~_ NICE furnished "front room for rent. 829 North 20th street.__ FOR RENT—Two furnished rooms for light housekeeping, with gas. 3723 Ave nue E. ‘_ FOeTrENT— One large room; everything modern; furnace heat. 2109 6th ave. FOR RENT—To gentleman, furnished room. In modern furnace heated house; would give breakfast If desired. 1313 South 13th street. Bell phone 1313. FOR RENT—A furnished front room for lady or gentleman; terms reasonable. 810 N. 21st street, city!" FOR RENT—Two large unfurnished rooms connecting, newly papered, elec tric lights; porcelain sink and bath; reference required. Apply 2325 6th ave nue. N. ___ FOR RENT—Sunny bed room, adjoins bath, and furnace heat; convenient to Five Points and all Highland car lines; private family; best of references re quired. Bell phone 1746. __ FOR’RENT—Three rooms forlight house keeping; furnished or unfumlshred, also two furnished connecting rooms for voung men; modern conveniences; refer ences exchanged. 724 West 20th street. FOR RENT—A large front bed room with private bath attached, hot and cold wa ter, gas. etc.; convenient to town for one or two gentlemen. Apply 700 North 17th street. _ FOR RENT—Two "rooms In private fam ily. furnished complete for light house keeping: gas stove, electric lights, bath. 716 N. 24th street. FOR RENT—Four rooms, well equipped for hoarding, two squares from National Bank Bldg.; man and wife preferred. Address E. 43 care Age-Herald. FOR RENT—Nicely furnished room suit able for gents or couple; hoard If de sired and rate reasonable. 1910 5th ave. PERSONAL. sTi A MPOOIN (5 Th a I r dresslngTscalp^tifei ment, singeing, hair dying, facial mas sage. manicuring. Call to see Miss Reyn olds, 208 18th street, Birmingham Hotel. 18th street entrance_l-24-4t FACIAL and body massage; home treat ment solicited. 8245 Hillman ave.. East Lake. Bell phone ISO. l-21-?t-su-we-su HANDSOME young lady, worth feofloi wants acquaintance of honorable gen tleman; early marriage; no objections to poor man If honest. Address Mrs. YV., 697 Fulton street. Chicago. l-2I-tf-Bu MORPHINE- opium, cocaine, laudanum, and other drug habits successfully treat ed at home of patient. Complete treat ment $10. Send for testimonials and full particulars. Dr. Long Co., Box 1125 At lanta, Ga. 11-26-tf-su ! GET MARRIED—Matrimonial paper, con tatnlng hundreds advertisements mar riageable people, from all sections of the United Slates. 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Address Box 107, Oak Park, 111. WE seek husbands for maiden lady. 24; worth $42,000; Catholic lady, 27, worth $7000, and for many others: write for plans. Ideal Hand. West Toledo, O. MOTHERS if you fall to find a cure for pe^-Wettlnsr, try Pcn-lne. Samples free. Guaranteed. Missouri Remedy Co.. Dept. 200. St. Louis. 1-28-2-11 CONSULT Lottie, America's greatest palmist: past, present and future reveal ed: reads your entire Ilfs like an open hook. Tells you what you want to know pertaining to business and love affairs; unites the separated; breaks evil spells; recovers lost treasures, etc. This entire week, regular $1 sittings for 60 cents. Call once and you wilt come again. Satisfaction guaranteed. Open dady from 10 a. m., to 10 p. m. Come today. If roll cannot call through the week. Lot He. the Palmist. 1611 Third avenue (four doors west of Bijou theatre.)_ SURETY PILE CURE—A liquid or wash: positively cures anv and all kinds of piles regardless of their age or severity. MONEY TO LEND. ~~ _ ~ MONEY~LOANED SALARIED PEOPLE without security; easy payments. Union Discount Co.. 618 Woodward Bldg. 10-6-tf MONEYTO- LEND on Improved "real estate, city or suburbs; see attoney, room 265. Jefferson County Savings bank building. 12-24-4t-sa MONEY to-loan on real estate at lowest rate. Apbly Alabama Trust and Savings company, 2026 8d avenue, Masaey build ing. w-*-1* *\ ONE CENT A WORD hates—One cent a word a day; no ad. taken fo- less than 26 cents for .irst insertion, ^.as must accompany every order. BUSINESS CHANCE3. vest In a good 8 per cent security will do well to answer this ad. Box 20, care Age-Herald. l-28-10t W ANTED—One or two persons to Invest from $1000 to $2000 In one of the best paying Investments In Birmingham; se curity is absolute. Box 25, care Age-Her ald. 1-28-lOt CORPORATION’ controlling business es tablished 1865 desires services of ener getic business nian to manage branch office; investment $1000 upwards; refer ences regarding ability and integrity re quired; salary $2500 annually and com missions. Address Box 636. Madison. Wis. BIG money In Wall street; our booklet, "Bulls and Bears." tells how' its made; s>nt free. Gandy & Co., 27 William at., New' York. _ DO you need capital? We have a large connection among Investors and are In a position to furnish capital to meri torious enterprises, organize and finance corporations, and market stocks and bonds of merit. Correspondence solicited. H. C. Wharfleld & Co., bankers and brokers. Nasby building. Toledo, O. MANAGER WANTED—One of the best wholesale specialty manufacturing com panies in Illinois desire# a capable, trustworthy representative at Birming ham; will pay expense® and salary of $1500 per annum, also liberal commission allowance; Investment of $1000 required during term of employment; highest commercial references given and re quired. Address R. C. Wilson, Audi torium Bldg., Chicago. 111. 1-29*3t-su A FEW dollars will start a prosperous mail order business; we furnish cata logues and everj'thlng necessary; by our easy method failure impossible. Milburn Hicks, 358 Dearborn St., Chicago. FORTUNE in Florida—If you are inter ested in Florida opportunities, send ten cents and we will mall you, postage paid, for one year our "Magazine of Florida Opportunities." It will interest, entertain, and perhaps point you to a road to fortune. Jacksonville Develop ment Co., Jacksonville, Fla. l-28-3t FTNaInC IAL^Eight per cent on your money: real estate security.National Business Exchange, Wilson Bldg. l-28-8t ■ -■ - x- 1 _ REAL ESTATE. ~ ’ "for SALEE $1000—Vacant corner, 50x190, at Princeton; suitable for store. $3000—Comer 11th Ave and 16th St. 1-3 cash. $6000—Lot 26x140 on Second avenue, two story brick on front and 4-room house on rear; rented at $35. FOR RENT. Brick store on car line; Avondale, $17.50. 1902 11th ave., south, 7 rotfms, $30. 1105 N. 14th st.; 6-room arid bath. $15 per month. L. G. PETTYJOHN, Phones 465 and 1101. 1826^6 3d Av* FOR SALE. Just a few special bargains: $2350—Modern 6-room cottage on north 14th avenue. Easy terms. $5000—2-story, modern residence. Magnolia avenue and 21st street, south, in one block of Five Points, all improvements done; no such bargain offered. $6000—7-room cottage on north 25th st.; large lot, easy terms. $6300—2-story residence. 80x190, servants’ house, barn and stables on rear; all im provements down; no more desirable home in city; north 25th street. $2750—No. 1003 Florida street, on Idlewild car, 6-room, modern cottage; cabinet mantel; almost new, large lot. $6800—Good residence with improvemenls on rear lot, 50x140, Just across street; opposite new depot; bargain. $16,600—16-room residence with 4 2-room servants’ houses on roar; lot 50x190; close In on 5th ave. Certain business property in near future; pays well now; no better investment to be had, im provements almost new and worth $10,000. $1600—Nice 6-room cottage, in *6 block of Kingston station, on Gate City car line; hall, good barn on rear; splendid well. Cash payment, balance $15.00 per month without Interest; your chance for a good home; Immediate possession if de sired. 114 acres near Fair View station, be tween two car lines, cheap. 40 acres at Ware’s Station, on North Bessemer car. with good 6-room house and other improvements. Price $165 per acre. J. E. DAVIS, 3% Title Guarantee Building. Phone 1021. N. B. PROPERTY OWNERS ' There ere several hundred bona fide ap plications for real estate of all kinds at this office seeking Investments; you may wish to sell what they want; if so, call. B. F. EBORN, S01-2 Title Guarantee Bldg. Bell Phone 12(14._ FOR SALE. $6006—$2500 cash, balance 1 and 2 years; splendid corner, 100 feet front; 19th street, South, well adapted for brick apartments; Investigate. $1106—$250 cash, balance $20 per month; good almost new cottage and lot 50x140 feet. Hillman street, Elyton. See It. $1600—Lot 50x190 feet with two good 4 room tenements; renting for $246 per year; Ave. H near 31st street. Safe In vestment. $2706—$700 cash, balance $30 per mo., good 8-room residence and corner lot 50x140 feet, on ear line. North Highlands $5000—Business lot 25x100 feet south 20th street, near Avenue C; Improve with brick store and will bring good rent. $8500— Lot 50x140 feet with two-story 7 room residence, 4th avenue near 24th street; In depot district and ought soon to enhance greatly. $5000—$2000 cash balance 1 -and 2 years for lot 50x120 feet near 25th street and depot district; ought soon to double 111 value. $500—$100 cash, balance $16 per month for pretty lot 50x135 feet North 18th street near 15th Ave. Improve with cottage and can sell at good profit. $3256—$1600 cash, balance 1 and 2 years for pretty cottage and lot. North 20th street, near Sth Ave. Only ten minutes' walk from 1st Nat. hsnV SMITH & STILLMAN, 205 and 206 Hood Building. $10,000 100x200—2-story, modern, 9-room residence; fronts Highland avenue car line. South Highlands; will exchange for larger property and pay difference. B. F. EBORN. 801-2 Title Guarantee Bldg. REAL ESTATE BARGAINS. $3500—Corner 100x100; renting for $480 per annum. $6500—100x140; eight 4-room houses; rent ing for $80 per month; a splendid in come proposition. $10.000—100x225; on Belt railroad; rents for $140 per month. $4500—Four new houses; rentfng $620 per year. Several nice residence lots at $16 per front foot. W. G. OLIVER & CO.. 2025 Third Ave. Phones 1633. Gadsden Real Estate Co. I want to say to my Birmingham friends that now Is the time to put some money in Gadsden real estate. I can’t tell you all about i^ln this car l, but ‘‘a hint to the wise should be suffi cient.” E. W. WHIPS. With the Gadsden Real Estate Co. - ONE CENT A WORD. RATES—One cent a word a day; no ad. taken for less than 2o cents for first Insertion. Cash must accompany every order. - - ■ ■ — - 1» REAL ESTATE._ FOR SALE. 5-room house; lot 50x140 near l&th st on 5th ave. 14500. 24-room house on 5th ave.; IGtrfci street; lot 50x190, $11,000. 1 lot on Rush ave., north, 50x196, $900. 4-room 'house and hall; lot 127x140; corner in Cleveland, $1250. 7 rooms and store house; lot 50x190, In iWoodlawn. on car line, $3250 4-room house and hall; lot 50x18216, In Woodlawn. near car line, S1&O0. New 5-room house, hall anct t>ath; lot 60x 150, in West End. $1400. New 4-room and hall; lot 50x265, on car line, West End. $1300. M. F. WEBB REAL ESTATE. Room No. 203 Jefferson County Bank Bldg. WANTE£ D Several 6 to 8-room homes ^^ithin con vneient walk of the center on North side. B. F. EBORN 801-2 Title Guarantee Bldg. FOR SALE CHEAT*. $15,000—150x140; on Third ave., rapidly com ing into business; one-third, cash, bal ance long time at 6 per cent, will take this property. $6000—200x240; 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 responsibly people; half cash will do. $7500—9-room house on 14th awe.. South, near 20th St., renting for $50. S. E. THOMPSON, Agent. Bel) Phone 24. 223 21st Street FOR SALE. WORTH INVESTIGATING. $16,000—190x160; Improved' residence prop erty. $20,000—Central business property on 2nd avenue. $22,500—Central business property on 2nd avenue. $30,000—Central business property (corner), 100x140 feet. $32,000—Central business property on 2nd avenue. $35,000—Central business property on 3rd avenue. If in the market to buy or sell call on us. W. /V. MALOHE <& CO. Insurance. Rentals. 211 N. 21st St. Phones 1239. WANTED A bargain In suburban acre property, suit- __ able for sub-division. B. F. EBORN 801-2 Title Guarantee Bldg. " FOR RENT. 2224 7th Ave., 9 rooms. 1130 N. 17th St., 7 rooms. 1217 N. 13th St., 7 rooms. 1209 Ave. H, 6 rooms. 1000 Wheeles St., 8 rooms. 1715 11th Ave. S.. 8 rooms. 1105 S. 12th Ave., 8 rooms. 1626 S. 12th Ave., 7 rooms. 901 S. 18th street, 9 rooms. Stores; 1710 1st Ave. We have a nice little truclc farm, close to ci(y, good location, Velma Station, Gate City car line. 7 acres of land, and 5 room house, UNDERWRITERS REAL ESTATE AND RENTAL CO. A. D. SMITH, President. Both phones 613. 210 NT- 21st street. $7000 A tract that will cut over SO lots, with $2000 improvements; between Birming ham and Woodlawn. B. F. EBORN 801-2 Title Guarantee Bldg. NEW BARGAINS—FOB SALE. $26,000—50x140; 4th avenue, near 20th street. $22,500—26x100; 1st avenue, near 20th street; rents $1500 year. $4i.SOO—First and Morris avenue frontage; near 20th street; three-story building, t $35,500—S. W. corner 3rd and 16th; 150x140; rents $1630 year. $20,000—40x100; 18th street, near 3rd avenue. $10,000—50x100; South 20th street ; improved. $13,500—50x100; South 20th street; rent* over $1200 a year, $30.000—Corner 4th avenue and 17th street; Improved. $11.500—Residence on desirable Highland avenue corner. $5500—New residence near Mountain ave. $6300—Beautiful lot on Highland avenue, near Waucoma street. $5000—Corner lot facing entrance to Glen Iris. $6000—New 8-room house; easy terms; near Glen Iris. $1375—Beautiful lot 65x170; Idlewlld car line. $1600—6-room cottage at Rising Station; easy terms. $150 to $700—Lots at Ensley TXi®-hlands, JEMISON REAL ESTATE AND IN SURANCE COMPANY, 2024 Third Ave. Liberal Loan Co. Will make you the most liberal oans at liberal terms at liberal in terest Money to loan on every thing of value. Business strictly confidential. Bargains in unre deemed pledges. Remember the place— 2220 Second Ave Between 22d and 23d Sts. M. Maloney. Manager An Accident Cannot be foreseen, but ITS CONSEQUENCES, no matter how grave even fatal—mav be FUL LY PROVIDED FOR. We issue the most LIB ERAL AND COMPRE HENSIVE ACC I D ENT POLICY IN EXISTENCE. It’s THE TRAVELERS, of course. JEM IS O/V Heal Estate and Insurance Co. 2024 Third Avc