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| AND GET YOUR M01MEY BACK WHEN YOl WANT IT | THE ALABAMA HOME ISSUES SPECIAL CERTIFICATES Which pay f> per cent, per annum, payable semi-annually, and the amount paid in may be withdrawn at any time. Office, 2009 First hvenue H. M. ROBERTSON, President. W. V. M. ROBERTSON, Gen. Mgr. D. C. COOPER, Vice-President. W. A. PORTER, Treasurer. (Pres. Fir*t Nat’l Bank of Oxford) (Vice-Pres. Am. Trust .t Sav. Bunk) ONE CENT A WORD. HATES—One cent a word a day; no ad. taken for less than 26 cents for flrs: Insertion. Cash must accompany every order_ _j $50,000 Per Month to loan by The Alabama Home to huild homes and to repay mort gages- The limit of cost is lower than in any oilier company. Apply to W. V. M. ROBERTSON. General Manager. 2009 First Ave. ■the Age-Herald will print all advertisements 'of “Situations Wanted” FREE OF COST If you want a position, ask for it in this column. Every body will read your want and if you be worthy you will I find employment. WANTED. SITAVJ9ro"'l0c"'ar'l921 4th avenue. 3-19-tf WAN TE D—Cu 8 to mo rs for show cases; we make good cases and sell cheap. At lanta Show Case Co., .1. Withers Clay, agent, 327 Hood building. Bell 370. 12-13-36t-tu-thu-sat-.9u WANTED—To buy good driving horse cheap; no other kind*'need answer Ad dress B, car® Age-Herald. -t WANTED—Customers for showcases, iron eafeB and Carrara paint. Alabama Gro cery company. 1-1-tf ROOMS AND BOARD WANTED. GENTLEMAN desires exceptionally clean furnished room; well heated, no grates; bathing facilities; small private family preferred; centrally located. State price, modern conveniences. K 1873. care Age Herald. __ 2-10-Jit WANTED—Couple without children 10 board in private family near Five Points. Apply 2026 11th avenue, south. 2-10-4t_ _ WANTED—Two connecting downstairs rooms, northside. Reference* exchanged. J. V. B., care Age-Herald.2-9-3t rqOMSJOR RENT. ' FURNTBHED front room with bath. 2420 6th ave. 1-30-if FOR RENT—Three nice connecting un furnished rooms; suitable for light housekeeping; references exchanged. Call at 1600 South 13th avenue. ftENT—Furnished room in one of the moat attractive houses on South Highlands, with private family. Ad dress D. E.. care Age-Herald. 2-10-2t RENT-Nico furnished room; every thlng modern. 2312 6th avenue. 2-9-3t ONE CENT A WORD. KATfcS—Ono cent a word a day; no ad. taken tor less than 25 cents tor first insertion. Cask must accompauy every order. LAND TITLES, TITLE INSURANCE Jefferson, Shelby and St. Clair County Title Business Exclusively. Birmingham Title and Guarantee Company 226 Twenty-first Street. J. K. BROCKMAN. General Manager. (Organised .tills -"*).) SOUTHERN AUDIT CO Export accounting in Ail us branches. Periodical examinations made. New ays torn? Installed. 210 First National Bank. Boll phone 630. SITUATIONS WANTED. ^ \YA>CTED^Emp 1 oymen t o f a ny kind by n middle aged man; sober and Indus trious and willing to work. Can furnish good reference; collecting, clerking, stu tUenary engine, watchman; in fact will ing to do anything. Address J. E. R , 1917V2 4th avenue, room 5. 2-8-4t WANtfED—STtua.tIon' March 1* by young man who Is a practical and experienced double entry bookkeeper; best refer ences, including present employer. 13. U Scruggs. Asheville, N. C. A YOUNG lady who writes a good, legible hand would like to do copying or writ ing of any kind. Address M A. care Age-Herald. THOROUGHLY experienced, energetic and reliable young man desires position as assistant bookkeeper, timekeeper, etc.; Is a good penman and can furnish references. Address O K, 2209 0th ave nue. TIMEKEEPER and commissary clerk; experienced young man, age 20. desires position; best references furnished. P>, care Age-Herald. WANTED—Young man wants position in drug store, three years’ experience, or bookkeeper. Address C. N., care Age Herald. WANTED—Position as bookkeeper or of fice work. Best of references. Address A. II.. care Age-Herald. 2-9-2t BOOKKKEPER wants position Tit any kind of record work; some experience and with good reference. Address T. C. K., 1804 3rd Ave. 2-9-2t WANTED—An experienced lady teacher holding second grade certificate desires a position; good references furnished. Address Teacher, earn Age-Herald. 2-9-2t W ANTE D— M id die aged married man wishes to get position as salesman or solicitor with sonic wholesale firm; IffTd year of experience; good references. S Address J. C. M., General Delivery, Birmingham. 2-9-3t SALESMEN WANTED. WANTEDTA^n^ainor southern ter ritory. Apply with references, Box 284, Memphis. 2-6-10t ONE CENT A WORD rates—One cent a word a day; no nd. taken for less than 25 cents for first Insertion. Cash must accompany every order. _ HELP WANTED._ wXNTED^tenosrrap'horr must be rapid and competent; light work and fair salary. Apply today. Superintendent, Loveman. Joseph &• I'Qcb, 2-P-tf HELP WANTED—MALE. WANTED—For U. S. army; aole-bodied unmarried men, between ages of 21 and 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. l-l-ly GOOD man wanted at once to fill an Im portant selling position In Birmingham; may have to travel some; must be wide awake, energetic and of good personal appearance, and, able to furnish bond; preference will be given to experienced typewriter or adding machine men with business getting records, although ap-j plications from capable men who pos sess selling ability will be considered; to a reliable man who has the neces sary qualifications we offer exceptional inducements and steady position; In an swering. state qualifications, experience, references and salary expected; all ap plications treated confidentially. Address G. F. \V.. care Age-Hera hi. WANTED—Competent male stenogra pher; state age. experience and salary expected. Western Steel Car and Foun dry company, Anniston. Ala. 2-10-2t WANTED 4tat« and cky manager® to control sale of patented inventions; ex cellent opening for salesmen. Call at Hotel Hillman for Mr. Geo. H. Gregory, manufacturers' representative, from 9:30 until 5 p. m. today. WANTED—125 able-bodied men to help work 'Tlumpty Dumpty. Apply at stage door Jefferson theatre Sunday night at 8 o'clock. -*8-4t WANTED -At onci» one wood tinn er; one good machine hand for sash and door factory. F. C. Turner & Co., Mobile. Ala. 2-7-4t WANTED—A practical corn miller; we will pay $100 per month for a practical miller who understands machinery and the operation of grist mills apply with reference to Talladega Mercantile Co., Talladega. Ala. 2-7-5t WANTED—At once, nn experienced time keeper and supply clerk for coal mines and coke ovens, salary $60 per month. Must have good recommendations as to ability, etc., to keep pay rolls and ware house books. Address in own hand writ ing S.. rare Age-Herald. 2-6-tf WANTED- Immediately! two young miii from 18 to 20 years of age, as news agents on railroad; call quick. 1914 Mor- | ris ave. 2-8-6t HELP WANTED—FEMALE. WANTED—White lady as housekeeper, about 25 years of age. to take full charge of a homo for a gentleman; must have a good, fair education In order to at tend to some business matters over the telephone at the home; no children; good pay to the right party; one pre ferred that has some knowledge of music. Address Home, care Age-Herald* 2-10-21 ____ W A N T ED—I .a d i cs to decorate sofa pil lows; also ladies to stamp china; ex perience unnecessary; $«S to $12 weekly; work taken home. 2.329 3rd ave. l-21-15t W A NT ED—Energetic young lady to sell standard line office supplies. Good re muneration. Address O. H., P. O. box 425. 2-9-3t BOARDERS WANTED. 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 COIPLE or" gentlemen.“delightful front rooms and board; modern conveniences. Pohne 2082. 1001 South 13th st. 2-4-3t-sat-su-thu CAN accommodate one couple or two men with pleasant room and first-class board. Address Z-8, care Age-Herald. Hell phone IT’! 2-8-Rt PLEASANT room and board, 2209 6th n venue. , l-30-10t HOARDERS—Comfortab 1 e roombaths, telephone; reasonable. 1521 5th avenue, south. 2-9-3t ONE CENT A WORD. RATES—One cent a word a day; no l ad. taken for less than 25 cents for first insertion. Cash must accompany < very order. 1 FOR SALE. for^saIHs i d ays sycci al prices; proceeds from sales to be used In Improvements; cement sidewalks grading street, cle. Address Owner. 401-2 Title Bldg. 1-26-KH FOR SALE—Complete outfit of furniture for housekeeping; bed room suit, extra iron bed. baby bed, dining room suit, gas stove,' etc. Apply 183o Till avenue. 2-10-tf FOR“ SALE—Six“nTnlion feet “short 'leaf pine timber, near railroad; don't apply unless you have Fnoney and mean busi ness. Address Box 324. Montgomery. Ala. 2-lO^tl FOR SALE—One inhouse portable watch man clock In good condition, cheap. Ad dress Personeff Lumber company, North _Birmingham. 2-lQ-2t FOR SALE—Grocery and nnui market combined; cash business; average sales $25 a day; small capital invested: reason for selling, going into another business. Call Bell ’phone 2076. 2-10-$t will sdl in-.- beautiful uj Ight plan^, in mahogany case; best make; almost her.*; leaving city. Address Planm care Age Herald. 2-5-61 For “SALE—Tibf"at" 28th st.~ Norwood, only $2400; one lot on 20th soli! for $3000; see owner. 401-2 Title Bldg. Boll phone 280. 2-8-71 FOR 8ALE~ffW0^Reaidence 12th street and 13th avenue, south; $l",0oo residence 11th avenue and 18th street, south. These residences are roomy, furnace heated and modern !n every particular. W. B. Leedy & Co. 2-3-7t FOfl SALE—Match pair jet black mares; steppers; sounf; city broke. Very cheap If taken In next few days. Address 206 First National Bftnk Building. 2-9-4t FOR SALE—Dental office In thriving Oklahoma city; 2600 population; invoices $400; practice last year paid $2750; no opposition for A1 man; $250 cus^h, bal ance on terms. Want to retire * from business. This is snap for some one. Dr. G. C. Duncan, Edmond, Okla. / 2-9-3t \ FOR SALIC—An ideal suburban home, rock cottage'. 160x200, at a sacrifice, if taken at once; see owner. 401-2 Title Guarantee Bldg.. 2-8-7t FOR SALE—One ten-horse power'"motor; ! new last March; fine order; will take engine and holler in trade. Apply Geo. j E. TiUm M. & S. Co., 1918 Morris ave. ; 2-7-3t . JJL.-;-*2r 1 ______ FOR RENT. _ FOR RENT—7 acres, with 5-room house and barn; very rich land at Velma sta tion, Woodlawn. $20 per month to right tenant. Sen me at once. J. E. Davis, Room 306 Title Guarantee Bldg. Phone 1021._ 2-7-tf FOR RENT—No. 1016 lot’ll street, north, modern 8-room house; gas, electric lights and all outhouses; large lot. See Beasley Bros., 2026 1st avenue, fot price. 2-10-6t FOR RENT rtR T,EA8E—Sn«\ shingle and grist mill on river near Demopolis, Ala.; half mile of railroad; abundance of tim ber at low price. Address Dumber, care Age-Herald. 2-8-3t-fri-sat-sun FOR RENT Cottage. 14th ave., ~»outh"i~5 rooms and bath; nicely papered; good neighborhood; $15 month till October. Turner R. Weakley & Co., 2113 1st ave. Bell phone 132H._ 2-7-tf BUSINESS CHANCES. ADVERTISING World. Columbus, Ohio, a monthly Journal of Information, plans, suggestions and ideas for advertising. Send today for free cample, or 10c for foui months trial. 3*2l-tf-sat WE want 250 people to Invest $100 cash each, where the profits will be at least 25 per cent per annum. This is not a Mining or OH scheme, hut a legitimate investment. For full particulars, Ad dress The Southern States Development company, Nashville, Tenn. 2-8-5t* 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 ing. 10-2-tf ONE CENT A WORD. AATeS—One cert a word a day; no ad. taken for lea* than 25 cents for first insertion. Cash ,.iust accompany every order. _ ' PERSONAL. CONSCLT " Lottie, 'America-s greatest palmist, past, present and future re vealed. This entire week regular SI sittings 60 cents. Open from 10 a. m. to in p. m. Satisfaction guaranteed. Lottie, the palmist. 1611 3U ave. 2-3-6t LOST, STRAYED OR STOLEN! LOST—BroocfTwith dlamonci center. Sun day evening between 4 and 7 o'clock, while traveling between 19th st. and 8th ave., north, and 13th st. and llth' ave., south., on Fountain Heights and loop cars. Please return to Age-Herald office and receive reward. 2-5-tf MISCELLANEOUS._ POLKMES Isgucirby^oldTTne^life insur' npce companies on the Tontine, accumu lative and deferred distribution plan, purchased by me at higher price* than offered by these companies; bring or send policies thereby save correspond ence and time; quick action and ready cash. P.. IV. Hall. First National Bank Bldg., both telephones 698. 11-11-tf 1 WANT-to trade a large" house for a small one; 9 rooms and reception hall, well built and modern, large lot front ing east, two doors from street car and within 15 minutes’ walk of 1st ave. and 20th street. In excellent neighborhood on Nojthslde; want 6-room cottage or vacant lots; long time on balance. H. M., care Age-Herald. 2-4-eod-tf ANY poor 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 R EAL" ESTATE. FOR SALE. N. E. corner 7th ave. and l^th street; 60x 100; paying 8 per cent gross on 84950; can be had reasonably; vacant land enough on corner for store or saloon. $4000—Allcj' corner; 45x100, with 6-room house; close In. 9 $6000— Lot 26x140 on Second avenue, two story brick on front and 4-room house on rear; rented at $35. ~ FOR RENT. 717 N. 18th st., 6 rooms, both, etc.. $32.5P. 1902 11th ave., south. 7 rooms, $30. L. G. PETTYJOHN, Phones 465 and 1101. 1S26V4 3d Ava forsalb: 20 lots, 50x140 feet; nicely situated; elegant for building . $5000 Lot lOOxurfo, on South Highlands_ $4650 Modern residence on South High lands . $8000 Lot 60x185 on St. Charles street— $2000 Suburban property "(Improved and un improved), at lowest prices and best terms. Business locations; central locations. W. IS. MALOISE <Sc CO. Insurance. Rentals. 211 N. 21st St. Phones 1239. FOR SALE. IlfiOO—Norwood lot; east front. $8500—N. 25th st. property; rents $1000. $5000—50x190 8 ave 16 and 17; rents $660. *2250—14 Bt., 7 and 8 aves.; rents $300. $1200—14 st., 6 and 7 ave.; rents $150. ' $4000 -Large Belt R. R. corner. $3000—26x140. 3rd ave.; 14th and 15th sts. $8250—2-story res., 4 ave., 23 and 24 sts. $7000—Improved 3rd ave.. 24 and 25 sts. $2750—Choice lot: 59 ft. Vi blck. S. 20 st. SxnoO—Handsome res., Waucoma st. $2250—Property Ave. 1, near 24; rents $340. $12.500—Valuable S. 20 st.. alley cor. $16,600—6 ave., 22 and 23 sts; rents $1320. 830.000—First ave. Vi block 20 st. $2350—Lovely new 6-r. cottage; Woortlawn. $3600—Elegant East Lake home; acre lot. M’CONNELL & ANGLIN, Phones 1523. _201S Third Ave. North Birmingham $2750—Nice 6-room house, 2-room servant’s house on car line, near churches and schools, North Birmingham. Ala.; Just completed; never occupied. If you are looking for a home, this Is the best thing you can get. C. M. GREEN & COMPANY I i Both phones No. T. FOR SALE. $1700 and $1650—Two new 6-room cottages one block of car line; close to churches, In best resident neighborhood In North Birmingham; decidedly the cheapest homes lti this place. Must be taken quick. $1600—Nice 6-room home; good well, barn on rear; In highest and most ueslrable location at Kingston; close to car. Easy terms, owner leaving. $1050—Three large rooms, large lot, nfcxt to above; very easy terms. $250 cash, balance $15 per month. $2700—Nice 6-room new cottage on car line, Southside. $6800— Elegant new 2-story modern resi dence. with servants' house and 'stables on rear; lot 80x190. $8000—Best home In Norwood: Jult buiTt; 9-rooms, 2-story, modern, lot 60x194; im provements all down; alley corner. Call and let me show you this. $5000—Seven-room new cottage in Nor wood district* very cheap. $4(Xi0—9-room, 2-story residence; large lot; N. 11th ave.; 10 acres, less house and lot. In almost the heart center of Wood lawn; highest point in city; two 5-room houses right on car line; nothing could . be better for subdivision. Very cheap. Bee me at once. Exclusive sale. Property owner* desiring to make quick sales will please list with me at once. Homes on North and South Highlands and Fountain Heights. 1/ have clients waiting to buy. J. E. DAVIS, |oom 306 Title Guarantee Building Phone 1021 REAL ESTATE. _ FOR SALE. $25 to $40 a foot. In the Phelan addi tion to 8outh Highlands; will build homes to suit purchasers on this; small payment, easy terms on the balance at 6 per cent. $50 a foot. All street Improvements on Maplewood st.. Just off Arlington Ave. $50.a foot, 66x140. elevated, all Improve ments, two blocks east of Five Points. $12.60 a foot, 125x200, fine corner; North Highlands. $5000, 40x100, close to business center. This is one of the best things to be had. $8*00, fine corner close to depot. $.1150, 7-room home, So. 15th st. $3000. new 7 rooms, furnace, all Improve ments, on car. So. Highlands. $4000, 100x300; on hill North Rmlthfleld; lovely home on this; half cash, balance ’to suit. $.1200, 80x100, vacant, southside, not far from business. $1300. 33x90; southside. These for small investors. $50 a foot, fine Iroquois street lot. $11500 Just completed a beautiful home, 8 rooms, furnace, and all improvements. In right place on South Highlands. $4500. Beautiful two-story cottage, 14th st.. south; 'terms. $16,600. Handsome brick down town; long lease, $2400. We have many other homes and vacant lots on South Highlands for sale. If yotu want to secure property anywhere on South Highlands we can please you, as wo believe wo have the most complete offer ings of property In that section. No trou ble to show' you everything we have. TURNER R. WEAKLEY & CO„ Phone 1326. 2113 Plrst Avenue. $6500—100x140; corner, with 8 . 4-room houses; rents $78 per month. 34750—137x140; corner, with 7 new 4-rootn houses; rents $63 per month. $3000—60x140, with 4 4-room houses; rents $432 per. annum. We have several desirable and cheap resi dence lots; see us quick If these Inter est you. W. G. OLIVER * CO., 2025 Third Ave. Both Phones, 1682. We have had listed with u», ror sale, several very choice South Highland homes. Also a few choice lots on and ad Jacent to Highland avenue. If Interested we would be glad to have you call on BROWN BROS. & CO Ground Floor, First National Bank Bldg., Bell Phone 884. FOR RENT. 3-story building, suitable for wholesale trade; will Improve to suit tenant. Warehouse on Avenue C and 22nd street. Vacant property for rent; vacant property to Improve for tenants. Offices and sample rooms, and all classes of property for rent. GEORGE BILBE, Bell phone 84. 223 2lst street. erf • * • • on • • • • • o /o YOUR MONEY Amounts received from 50 cents to (5000. Assets .32II.25S.68 Guarantee Fund and Profits.. 45.834.74 if interested in a safe and profitable In vestment, write or call for free literature. JEFFERSON COUNTY BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION. 217 N. Twenty-first Street, Birmingham. IN THE BIRMINGHAM REAL ESTATE MARKET In the local real estate market yester day there was a change In a large num ber of acres of property located at Bast Bake. The transfers were as follows: Rugby Band and Improvement com pany to the East Bake Band company, quit claim to lots 1 to 7 and 11 to 16, in clusive, in block 1; lots 3 to 15 and 26 to 38, inclusive, in block 2; block 3; lqt£ 1 to 13 and 20 to 24; inclusive, in block 4; blocks 5 and 6; lots 1 to 7, inclusive, in block 7; lots 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 and 13 to 1C. Inclusive, In block 12; lota 1 to 6 and lots 14 and 15 in block 14; lots 1 to 18, In clusive, in block 15; lots 1 to 4 and 13 to 19, inclusive, in block 16; lots 32 to 60 in block 17; lots 1 to 4 in block 18; lots 1 to 9 in block 19; lots 10 to 47 in block 20; lots 1 and 2 in 'block 21; lots 3 to 8 and 17 to 26 In block 22; lots 14 to 16 and 19 to 24 In block 23; lots 2 to 6, 10 to 15 and 28 to 32 in block 24; lots 6 and 6, 9 to 15 and lot 29 in block 27; lota 6 to 23 in block 28; lots 1, 20 to 23 and 35 to 38 in block 29; lots 12 to 17 and 20 to 26 In block 30; lots 11 to 14, 25 to 38 and lot 19 in block 31; lots 18 to 30 and 34 to 39 in block 32; lots 1 to 10, 21 to 36 and 40 to 43 in block 33; lots 4 to 32 and 41 to 46 In block 34; lots 9 and 13 to 28 and 30 to 40 in block 35; lots 10 tq 28, 31 to 34 and 3 and 4 In block 36; lots 6 and 7, 10 to 33 Jn block 37; lots 3, 5 and 6 and 35 to 56, in block 38; lots 18 to 26. in block 39; lots 4 to 21, 26 and 27, 43, 48 and 48 to 54, in block 40; lots 1 to 23. in block 41; lots 17* 18 and 21 to 36, in block 42; block 43; block 44; lots 1 to 29, in block 45; lots 1 to 15 and 22 to 80. in block 46; lots 10, 11 and-12, in block 47; lot 8. in block 48; lots 1 to 29, and 32 to 39, In block 49; lota 10 to 13 and 18 to 43. in block 50; lots 0 to 31 aiid 35 to 38, in block 61; and all property in blocks 62, 53, 54, 55 and 56, East Bake. The consideration in the deal was that the purchasers clear two notes of $11,000 each, which were held against the Rugby Highland Band and Improvement com pany. f other deeds were recorded in the pro bate clerk’s office yesterday as follows: Ben F. Hill to Mrs. Margaret L. Mont gomery, part of lots 1 aud 2, in block 640, Birmingham, the consideration for which w as $2736.70. Louis F. Pa< cly to W. M. Johnston, lot 27, In block 13, Avondale, the considera tion for w’hich wds $1200. A. V. Bennett to Nannie Gates, lots 3 and 4. in block 67. Ensley, the considera tion for which was $1050. Pattie P. Robinson to Bessie and Emily H. Sudduth, lot 19, in block 224, the con sideration for which was $3600. % L. G. Pettyjohn to J. D. I>anier, lot 12 of McConnell’s survey, West End, the con sideration for which was $1000. Clio M. Martini to Jacob Schoettleln, Jr„ lot 12, In block 64. Bessemer, the con sideration for which was $1500. 100,000 pairs'Of eyes see every want adjn The Age-Herald. If yo^ want a position, the ad is free. Other want or classified ads one cent a word.