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| AIVD GET VOIR MONEY BACK W HEN VOl H AM 11 | THE ALABAMA HOME ISSUES SPECIAL CERTIFICATES Which pay 6 per cent per annum, payable semi-annually, and the amount paid in may be withdrawn at any time. Office, 2009 First Avenue H, M. ROBERTSON, Presldont. W. V. M. ROBERTSON, Qen, Mgr. D. C. COOPER, Vice-President. W. A. PORTER, Treasurer. 0>re». Ji'tmt NutT Bank of Oxford) (Vtoe-Pro*. Am. Trust A S»T. Bauk) R ONE CENT A WORD. HATES—One cent a word a day; no ad. taken tor less than 26 cents tor firs' insertion. Cash must accompany every order_ y; $50,000 Per Month to loan by The Alabama Home to build homes and to repay mort gages. The limit of cost is lower than In any other company. Apply to W. V. M. ROBERTSON, General Manager. -009 First Ave. I 'the Age-Herald will print * ail advertisements o f ‘‘Situations Wanted” FREE OF COST ]f you want a position, ask for it in this column. Every body will read your want and if you he worthy you will find employment. WANTED. SHAVIXCT ioiPa 11921 4th~a,venue. 3^16-tf WANTED—To”buy block of stock in local land company. Address L-220 N. 21st street. 2-28-wed-fti-su WANTED—Customers for snow cases; we make good cases and sell cheap. At lanta Show Case Co., J. Withers Clay, agent. 327 Hood building. Bell 370. 12-13-3flt-tu-thu-sat-su_ WANTED—To rent a furnished house un til October by gentleman and wife. Best references. South Highlands pre ferred. Give location and terms. Ad dress T-8, care Age-Herald._2-28-4t WANTED—I will make you new harness for your old ones; see price and quality before you buy. Wm. Reckling, 1811 2nd avenue. _ 3“l“7t WANTED—Customers for showcases? Iron safes and Carrara paint. Alabama Qro ri»rv rnmnanv. 1-1-tf SITUATIONS WANTED. YOUNG man. age 20. with experience, desires position as? bill clerk or office assistant; can furnish host of refer ences. S. B., care Ape-Herald. 3-2-2t YOUNG man with Office experience, de sires position as office assistant or bill clerk best references furnished; mod erate salary. S. B., care Ape-Herald. WANTED—Position by an experienced brown ore man to superintend or de velop brown ore mines. Address "Miner.” Stockdalo, Ala.3-2-21 HELP WANTED—FEMALE._ WANTED-A reliable and competent nurse; will pay pood salary. Apply to Mrs. John V. Coe, 2027 13th ave., south. 3-1-4t HELP WANTED—MALE. WANTEIV-Young man piano player; two evenings every week. Theatorlum. 13 N. 20t)h street. 2-2-2t WANTED—Six men over 30 years old that want to make $25 per week or more; must have pood address and reference. Address S. P. D., care Age-Herald. WANTED—A competent hardware man who is willing to work in store and can solicit city business;1 state ape and salary wanted. Address No. 1625 Main street, Columbia. S. C. 3-2-2t WANTED—Marker; must he thoroughly experienced, competent and of pood habits; good position. Apply, stating salary expected, at Loeb's laundry, Memphis. Tenn. 3-2-3t Wanted—For U. S. army; a Die-bodied unmarried men, between ages of 21 and 15; citizens of United States of good character and temperate habits, who can apeak, read and write English. Ap ply to recruiting officer, 7V6 N. 20th St., Birmingham, Ala. 7-1-ly WANTED—An experienced coachman. Apply 2231 Ridge Park ave., Bouth High lands.3-l-4t ~~ ROOMS AND BOARD WANTED. ??n^>^r,timtr/wanTH^joHrd<Par^prrvfUe^^ idence on SoutbBlde. Address C. D., care Age-IIerald. s i.—ar 1 ....—? BOARDERS WANTED. TABLE"boarders wanted"^ Apply to 1815 5th avenue. 2-24-71 WANTED—Couple without children, to board in private family near Five Points. 2025 lltli ave., south. People's phone 328. 2-28-5t EXCELLENT table board with very de sirable furnished room. 422 North 16th street. Bell phone 3644. 2-26-7t 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 PLEASANT room, with board. 2209 6th avenue. _ 2-13-20t ROOMS FOR RENT. FOR RENT—Large front room; private family; home comforts. 1801 tith ave. 3-3-2t FOR RENT—Nicel y furnished upstairs front room; gentlemen only; hot bath; %H a month. 2212 Fourth ave.2-21-tf “ “^PERSONAL. tTvTTIE^Amerlca’s greatest palmist, lCil 3d avenue (near Bijou theatre), tells your fortune, past, present and future; separated united, lost treasures recov ered, advice on all affairs. Dollar read ings only 50 cents this week. Satisfac tion guaranteed. Open dally from 10 a. m. to 10 p. m. 2-26-ot-mo-tu-we-th-sat * BUSINESS CHANCES. ^VANTED^Arnbltlous young man to in vest $500 In well paying business as partner. Address C. 52, Age-Herald. ADVERTISING World. Columbus. Ohio, a monthly Journal of information, plans, suggestions and Ideas for advertising. 8end today for free sample, or 10c for four months’ trial.2-21-tf-sat “MISCELLANEOUS. pOLiciTO^ssued^by ••okTiine*' llfe'Tnsurl anee companies on the Tontine, accumu lative and deferred distribution plan, purchased by me at higher prices than offered by these companies; bring or Kf-nd policies thereby save correspond ence and time; quick action and ready cash. P. W. Hall. First National Bank Bldg., both telephones C»s 11-11-tf 4NV~ poor girT nee ding friendship .help, advice, etc., will find ready and willing assistance by applying to the matron of Salvation Army Rescue Home, 33rd *L and Ave. E, Birmingham, Ala. #-14-tf ONE CENT A WORD. HArts—Ono cent a word a day; no aa. taken tor less than 25 cents tor first insertion. Cash must accompany every order._______ LAND TITLES, TITLE INSURANCE Jefferson, Shelby and St. Clair County Title Business Exclusively. Birmingham Title and Guarantee Company 225 Twenty-first Street. J. K. BROCKMAN. General Manager. (Organised July. A»00.> SOUTHERN AUDIT CO Expert accounting In ail it* branches. Periodical examination* made. New sys tem? installed. 210 First National Bank Bell phone 630. FOR SALE. FOlT^sXLfcL^Corner^To?^ Highlands of East Lake; within 150 feet of car line; will sell cheap. Address Box 56. care Age-Herald. 2-11-tf FOR SALE—Furniture suitable for light housekeeping, for caish. Today only. Apply 2012 8th avenue. WANTED—To sell piano and accept pay ment or part payment in board by couple; references exchanged. R. T. Shepperd, Box 268, city. 3-3-2t FOR SALE— $2850, 9-room cottage, close in; north side; owner leaving city; $2100. A rooms. 18th st., South Highlands; fine neighborhood. Berry & Co., 301 Chali foux; phone 915. . 8-3-2t FO R SAL E—$10,000, beautiful residence in Norwood Place; four bedrooms, laun dry, furnace, stable, etc.; 90x190. W. B. Leedy & Co. 2-25-7t FOR SAI>E—$13,000—Residence, 12th ave nue. south. 57x167; ten rooms. $15,000— Residence, 19th street, south, 100x212; ten rooms; three bath rooms. $7500—50x 140, Avenue A between 21st and and 22nd streets; improved. $6000—50x140, Avenue A between 22nd and 23rd streets; im proved. $4000—25x140. Avenue C between 20th and 21st streets; Improved. W. B. Leedy & Co. 3-l-7t FOR SALE -17th street, Ensley, property; correspondence with owner direct. Box 165, Muscogee, Fla. 3-1-71 FOR SALE—Genuine Tennessee second crop Triumph seed potatoes, Peerless Early Rose, Hebron, etc.* white and yel low onion sets at lowest prices. Douglass Brothers, 2102 Morris avenue. 2-18-tf FOR SALE—$5000, 100x140, corner 1st ave nue and 8th street; 3 houses; bargain. \Y. It. Leedt\ A Co. 2-28-7t FOR SALE—$50007 25-foot lot, 2rTd~aven u e between 16th and 17th streets. W. B. Iveedy & Co.2-25-7t LOST, STRAYED OR STOLEN. T^OST—Solitaire, at skating rink Satur day afternoon about 5 o'clock. Liberal rewurd if returned to 1918 First ave nue. 2-28-4t REWARD—A liberal reward will be paid for the return of solitaire ring lost at skating rink Saturday afternoon to 1918 First avenue.2-28-4t MONEY^TOJ_END. MONET LOANED SALARIED PEOPLE without security; easy payments. Union Discount Co., 618 Woodward Bldg. 10-6-tf BEY ERAL thousand dollars to lend. C. L. Stickney, 1021 First National Bank build ing. 2-17-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 REAL ESJATE. FOR SALE. $2750—Lot 50x140; 9-room residence, rent ing for $30 per month, on 2nd ave.; high; dry; lot southern front. $760—Lot 60x128; corner 16th st. and 12th ave., north; 450 ft. from car line. $1250—3-room house, lot 25x140, Avenue D between Uth and 12th streets. Terms, $12.60 cash, balance $12.60 per month with out interest for 100 months. Nothing like It offered Inside the city; curbing, street and avenue graded and sanitary sewer, nil paid. FOR RENT. Brick store in Pratt City, $15. 1902 Uth avenue, south, 7 rooms. L. G. PETTYJOHN, ’Phones 466 and 1101. 1826^ 3rd Ave. $4200 2-story modern stucco corner home; fronts two car lines; South Highlands; easy; furnace heat, etc.; all conveniences. B. F. EBORN FOR RENT 9 rooms new modern brick, 1st ave., good lotatlon for boarding house, only .$30.00 5-room cottage, Woodlawn. 15.00 3 rooms and bath, southside. 15.00 Store, 112 S. 22nd St., new. 60.00 Store. 114 S. 22nd St., new.40.00 Store, 1814 1st ave. 85.00 Store. 2224 2nd ave. 30.00 2 stores and 14 rooms above, central location, only .150.00 (long lease.) T^ot 100x140 central, to lease for term of 20 years, price on application. Chas. Sumner. Bell Phone 993. 229- N. 22nd St. . $4500 2-story. 8-room modern furnace-heated home; South Highlands. B. F. EBORN THINK OF IT! In North Birmingham, one 2-story 8 room residence, 50x140, out houses, city water, 1H blocks from car, 1 block of free school and 3 churches, best neighborhood. Splendid home, or to rent. $2000. C. M. GREEN & COMPANY North Birmingham. ONE CENT A WORD. RATES—One cent a word a day; no ad. taken for leas than 26 cents for first insertion. Cash must, accompany every order. REAL-ESTATE. $2000 Rental $300; 50x140; fronts car line; 7 and 6-room* dwelling; Jonesville. B. F. EBORN FOB SALE. $1000 Norwood lot. fronts east. $3259 8 r. 2 story res. N. 33 st. cheap. $3500 Large Belt line corner. $3000 Lot 3 ave. 14 and 15 sts. $3000 6 ave. 15 st. 2 houses; bargain. $7500 100x100 7 ave. 16 st. rents $720. $30,000 2 ave. brtck store pays $200. $22,7)00 60x100 2 ave. corner. $31,000 3 ave. cor. improved. $20,000 4 2-story brick stores, bargain. $11,000 100x100 cor. big bargain, pays well. $20,000 Central business property, choice. $5500 Large nice fl. Higld home. $7000 Good mountain sve. place. $5750 Attractive S. Hgld home, cor. $5500 5 acres West End well improved. $3oO pr. acre Choice tract close to car. M'CONNELL & ANGLIN, Phones 1523. 2014 Third Ave. HOMES FOR SALE If you want one and It can he had to meet your wants I have It. Most peo ple who buy, however, usually waive some requirements before they buy. See me, I can help you. B. F. EBORN, SOI Title Guarantee Building. FOR SALE. (8500—New South Highlands home; east of 20th street. (6500—Modern home, South Highlands. (1600—40 ft. South J4th ave.; close to 20th. (3800—Only lot for sale on Iroquois street. (2800—56x140; close to Five Points. (6000—Belt railroad corner; 200x240. (25 a Foot—Lot on South 17th street. (4500—8-room house, South Highlands; par ticularly bice house; on small lot; good neighborhood. $7000—Beautiful new home 1n best neigh borhood; east of 20th street; elevated lot; all street improvements; handsome brown-stone foundation; screens and all other comforts. For business reason party will Hell this lovely home at this price on quick trade, and will give favor able terms. The lot could not be bought and the house put upon it now for less than $8ft0ft. We can strongly recommend this property. $25 to $40 a Foot—In Phelan's addition to South Highlands: stroot car soon to run through center of property. When in the market for any kind of prop erty. see us, as we have for sale vacant residence lots, cottage homes, railroad frontage, fancy Highlands property, acreage, manufacturing sites and subur ban lots. TURNER R. WEAKLEY & CO., Phone 1326. 2113 First Ave. FOR SADR. One of the handsomest lots on South Highlands, fronting 134 feet on Highland avenue and located In the choicest resi dence section of the avenue. For price and terms apply to BROWN BROS. & CO Ground Floor, First National Bank Bldg., Bell Phone 384. _ WANTED Any straggling, strange-looking real es tate that I haven’t seen to And its way to our office. We have buyers who have been looking for something they haven’t seen and if we can get all these unseen things together something will happen. This refers to all kinds of property. Our present list is large, but we are looking for something that will suit those we have so far been unrfble to locate. They mean business and will buy If you help us to touch the right chord. See us. B. F. EBORN, 801 Title Guarantee Building. FOfCSALE $4000_Handsomc place, West End. $12,000— Modern. 10 rooms, southside. $5600—7-room cottage, Arrington Heights. $16,500—Good Investment, rentals $165 month. If you have property to sell, place with us. If you want to buy, come to see us. If you want to rent, come to see us. W. A. MALONE <Sc CO. Insurance. Rentals. 211 N. 21st 3t.Phones 1239. FOR SALE. A beautiful 7-room cottage in Cullom Place, $500.00 cash, balance $40.00 per mouth. This home now leased for $40.00 per month. Owner leaving the city leaves his beautiful Queen Anne residence, nine rooms, reception hall, cabinet mantels, etc., at a bargain. We have quite a list of Homes if these will not suit. Call to see us. Smith Cullom ® Co. Bell Phone 1081. 2103 First Ave. $5500.00 Chen pest homo ever sold In Norwood. All conveniences, barn etc. Hot 60x190, faces east. All street Improvements in. Must be sold this week. W. G. OLIVER & CO., 2025 Third Ave. Both Phones. 1682. $4600 ‘2-story. 8-room residence close to the center; Northside; today only at $4600; see this quick or you miss it. EBORN SOI Title Guarantee Building;. FOR SALE Central business corner. 60x100; rents for ! $1600 per year. Price $12,500. Terms, one- i half cash, balance 1, 2 and 3 years. CHA8 SUMNER. 226 N. 22nd St. Bell phone S93 : FOR KENT. Warehouse Ave. C and 22nd street. Handsome store in City Hall building. Have property to improve for good ten ants. Vacant property for rent. 3-room house on 26th street, south. GEORGL BILBE, Bell phone 24. 223 21st street. MEN AND WOMEN, Um Dig © for unnatural diarhar tea,Inflammation*. Irritation* or ulc*ration$ •fa noon* mambrr.a**, Palnl***, and no* a*trie* font or pdtonou*. Wd by Dr*rf1*t^ •r Mnt in plain wrapper, by express, prepaid, w •1.00, or 3 bottle* $2.76. Circaler *eut on racoa^ WHEELER’S HOTEL EL . AW, ALA. )n the American Plan. Only Hotel in the city. M. JOE WHEELER. Proprietor. 1 IN THE BIRMINGHAM REAL ESTATE MARKET There were no improvement in transac tions in the local real estate market yes terday. A prominent local agent in speak ing with reference to the condition of the market stated that it was in an apparent ly fixed condition, there being practically no change for some time, but that this condition was a healthy sign, said that while there have been no important trans actions in local realty for some time that the outlook for the coming spring and summer months is by no moans discourag ing. Matters in the probate clerk's office yes terday in the real estate line progressed about as usual, the number of papers re cording small transactions being large and those recording deals in which amounts of $1000 or more being small. The following deals are the only ones worthy of mention which were recorded in the probate court yesterday: Mrs. Matilda Mangold to W. M. Rurgin, one acre of land fronting on the Warrior river road, the consideration for which was $1500. Mrs. Mary E. Hewes to Mary E. Alli son, lot ir West End, the consideration for which was $400. Through Trains to Mobile, Mobile, March 2.—It was officially an nounced today that on April 1 the Mo bile, Jackson ami Kansas City will run trains through from this city to Middle ton, Tenn., a distance of 371 miles. A NOTRE DAME LADY’S APPEAL. To all knowing sufferers of rheumatism, whether muscular or of tho Joints, sciatica, lumbagos, backaches, pains in the kidneys or neuralgia pains, to writ© to her for a home treatment which has repeatedly cured all of these tortures. She feels It her duty to send it to all sufferers FREE. You cure yourself at home as thousands will testify—no change of climate being necessary. This simple discovery banishes uric acid from the blood, loosens tho stiffened joints, puri fies the blood, and brightens the eyes, giving elasticity and tone to the whole system. If the above interests you, for proof address Mrs. M, Summers, Box 400, Notre Dame, In<L LEGAL NOTICES. Notice to Stockholders of the Birming ham Railway, Light and Power Co. Birmingham, Ala., February 24, 1906. A special meeting of the stockholders of the Birmingham Railway, Light and Power company is hereby called, to be held at the office of the company in the city of Birmingham, Ala., on Friday, March 30, 1906, at 11 o’clock a. m., for the purpose of considering and voting upon the following propositions: 1. To increase the capital stock of the company from $6,000,000 (consisting of 25, 000 shares of 6 per cent cumulative pre ferred stock and 35,000 shares of common stock) to $7,000,000, by the issuance of 10,000 additional shares of 6 per cent cum ulative preferred stock. 2. To allow each stockholder a pref erence in taking such increased stock at par in proportion to the amount of the original stock he may own; such prefer ence to be exercised within sixty days after such increase of stock haB been agreed upon. 3. To authorize the directors to sell at not less than par, and in such manner and to such persons as they may deter mine, so much of such Increased stock as may not be so taken by the stock holders; and 4. To authorize the execution and de livery to the Commercial-Germania Trust and Savings bank, as trustee, of a mort gage, supplemental to the mortgage here tofore executed and delivered oy the company to said trustee and dated Au gust 1, 1904, In order to further secure the general mortgage refunding 4% per cent bonds of the company. The stock transfer books will be closed on Monday, March 19, 1906, at 3 o’clock p. m.. and will remain closed until 10 o’clock a. m., on Saturday, March 31, 1906. Inasmuch as the transfer vbooks of both common and preferred stock, of the company will remain closed until after the right of the stockholders to subscribe for the increased stock shall have ac crued, attention is directed at this time to tiie fact that only stockholders of rec ord at tiie closing of the books on March 19. 19(H). will lie entitled to subscribe to the new stock. By the order of the board of directors. J. P. ROSS, Secretary. 2-24-to-3-30 A GOOD BED Is One Thing Everybody Wants. THE ORIGINAL Perfection Mattress I $9.50 Through Tour Dealer. Beware of cheap Imitations and "just as good” talk. Guaranteed to be the best bed In the world. Write for free literature. Perfection Maltress Co. i Birmingham, Ala. Baltimore, Md. j Ql .ON. v /O YOUR MONEY Amounts received from 50 cents to $5000. Assets .$211,269.60 Guarantee Fund and Profits.. 45,884.74 If interested In a safe and profitable in vestment. write or rail for free literature. JEFFERSON COUNTY BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION. 217 N. Twenty-first Street, Birmingham. MISSION SOCIETY ELECTS OEFICERS New General Store in Postoffice Building OFFICE HAS BEEN MOVED Clayton Has Assurance From Post office Department That Favorable Consideration Will Be Given to Free Delivery Project. Ensley, March 2.—(Special.)—At the an nual meeting of the Ladies’ Home Mis sion society of the Fairvlow Methodist church this week the following officers were elected for the ensuing year: President—Mrs. F. M. Johnson. First Vice President—Mrs. William Zinn. Second Vice President—Mrs. J. S. Stan ton. Third Vice President—Mrs. Cooper. Corresponding Secretary—Mrs. H. Boul din. Secretary-Treasurer—Mrs. Bremmer. Agent for ‘‘Our Home, (Official Jour nal.)—Mrs. Harry Spurrier. Visiting Committee—Mrs. T. B. Hamil ton, Mrs. Lida McWilliams and Mrs. W. T. Andrews. Will Occupy Old Postoffice. Wilson and Arthur Burgin, brothers, are preparing to open a new general store in the old^ postoffice building on Avenue E and will be ready for business about March 15. Postmaster Clayton finished moving the postoffice into the new building across the street yesterday and though all the fix tures have not yet been placed In po sition the service has been resumed and business has again reached its normal condition. Several new and improved articles of furniture have been Installed in t'he new building which will add greatly to the convenience in handling the mail and In the dispatch of the business. Provision is also being made for free city delivery which will very probably be authorized i by July. 1. System Is Promised. The close of the fiscal year upon which all new appropriations for postal pur poses ends March 31 and Mr. Clayton has had the assurance that the depart ment will give favorable consideration to free delivery of malls at Ensley provided that the office is in the new building by that time and that the city authorities ha*fe complied with a few necessary con ditions. The first named condition has now been obviated and the Mayor and City Council have taken up the matter of naming the streets and numbering the houses of the city and also providing good sidewalks. I Mr. Clayton will go to Washington in April and will lay the matter personally before the department and hopes to have the system inaugurated at the end of the department fiscal year, June 30. Attorney FYank Deedmeyer has made two trips to Washington in the interest of the free delivery system and on the last trip returned with the department's assurance that the system would he es tablished as soon as a few minor condi tions were compiled with. $7,437,600 State of Alabama Renewal Bonds. Bonds to be renewed—Classes A and B, aggregating $7,437,600, maturing July 1, 1900. Character of bonds—Fifty-year bonds, in denominations of either $500 or $1000, said bonds to be coupon or registered, at the option of bidder; interest payable semi annually, if registered bonds, In Mont gomery. Ala., and If coupon bonds in New York city. Bids for entire issue, or any part thereof, not loss than $1000, are in vited upon the following terms: 1. Upon bonds bearing 3% per cent per annum. 2. Upon bonds bearing 4 per cent per annum. A certified check, payable to the order of the governor of Alabama, for 5 per cent of the amount bid must accompany j each bid. For the bids that are accepted, ! other security, approved by the governor, | may be substituted for the certified check. The certified check accompanying rejected bids will be returned, with notice of rejection. The 5 per cent of each ac cepted bid will, on failure of bidder to comply with terms of his bid, be forfeited to the state. The entire amount of each accepted bid, or so much as may remain unpaid, must be paid In lawful money of the United States, or in lieu thereof an equal amount of Alabama bonds which are being re funded—sixty days before the maturity of the present bonds. Into such depository as may be designated by the governor, or in lieu of the above designated pay ment, Buch guaranty as the governor may approve. No bid offering less than par will bo considered. The state reserves the right to retire present bonds to an amount not exceeding $600,000. Bids will he received at the governor’s office at Montgomery until 12 o'clock m., Thursday, March 15, 1906, and will be opened immediately. Notice of acceptance or rejection will be given each bidder by letter mailed in Montgomery, not later than March 20, 1906. Envelopes containing bids must be addressed to the governor of Alabama, and have conspicuously written thereon '•Bids for renewal bonds, state of Ala bama.” The state reserves the right to reject any and all bids. For further in formation, apply to the governor of Ala bama. WILLIAM D. JELKS, 2-18-tu-sat-to-3-lo Governor. $1 Advertising Book Sent Fre. To those Interested In the subject of ad vertising, we will send free upon receipt of 10c in stamps or coin to cover postage, the 151 page bound book entitled Current Rates of Live Publications. This book contains lists of all publications in the I'nited States with their circulation and their rates for advertising space. It also contains a complete list of streets cars showing costs of street car advertising. A most valuable book for the old as well as the new advertiser. Painter-Tobey Jones Co., Advertising Agents, 356 Dear born St„ Chicago, 111. 3-3-tf EXCURSION TO THE NORTH Via L. & N., March 3. On March 3 the Louisville and Nash ville railroad will sell tickets to the fol lowing points, at rates named, limited for return March 13, 1906: Nashville, $10. SI. Louis. $12. Evansville, $12. Louisville, $12. Cincinnati, $14. Tickets good on all trains. For further Information apply to P. Sid Jones, D. P. A., R. G. Peirce, T. P. A., C. L. Wolf, C P A Birmingham, Ala. Both phones 825. ’ __ 2-28-4t Atlanta Bible Conference. Atlanta, Ga, ! Eighth annual session, March Sth-lStii. Six services dally. Great service of song. Many famous speakers. Reduced rates via Mobile and Ohio Railroad. Apply to vour home agent for particulars. J-l-.lt < FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF BIRMINGHAM, ALA, _ Capital.$1,000,000 Surplus and Profits. 500,000 Resources. 9,500,000 % “The Placid Place." « DO YOU LIVE IN NORWOOD? That has become a matter-of-course question. Happy is the man who can answer in the affirmative. Wouldn’t you like to have one of our 1 beautiful Norwood books? Call at the office or write, and it will be sent post paid. The pictures are a delight to the artistic eye. Birmingham Realty Co. 2118 First Avenue. SOUTHERN RAILWAY.' FOR Atlanta. Richmond, Washington. Baltimore, Philadel* rUI\ phia, New York and Other Eastern Cities. 4 TRAINS DAILY, BIRMINGHAM TO ATLANTA. (Leaves 6:40 a. m., 4:05 p. m., 6:50 p. m., 11:30 p. m.) 2 TRAINS DAILY, BIRMINGHAM TO WASHINGTON, BALTI MORE PHILADELPHIA AND NEW YORK. (Leaves 6:40 a. m. and 6:50 p. m.) ELEGANT PULLMAN SLEEPING CARS MODERN DINING CARS SERVICE UNEXCELLED W-H-Tayloe, G-P.A. C.A.Benscoter, A-G.P.A. J.N. Hariison.D.P.A. Washington,D-C. Chattanooga,Tenn- Birmingham, Ala New Sleeping Car Line BIRMINGHAM ==-- TO NEW YORK YilSouthern Railway THROUGH SLEEPER leaves Birmingham daily at 6:40 a. m., passes through Washington, Baltimore, Philadelphia, and arrives in New York LOO (noon; next day. This sleeper is handled on No. ?8, known as the “Washington and Southwestern Limited,” which is composed entirely of elegant Pullman Sleeping Cars, Dining Car, Library and Observation Car. For reservation, apply to J. N. HARRISON, District Passenger Agent, Birmingham, Alabama. -THE BALL BEARING DENSMORE TYPEWRITER - IS BEST ===== W. H. OWINGS TYPEWRITER CO. ^ Southern Dealers. Agents Wanted. 2105 Seeond AveuBe.