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The Tennessee-Republic peo
ple have announced their plans;
and. as expected, the GREAT
EST IMMEDIATE IMPROVE
MENT IS TO BE AT ENSLEY.
He can write your
insurance of all hinds.
That's a fact worth re
membering as a time
and money saver.
If that house or store
you wish to rent or sell
Isn’t on our lists, it
ought to be there,
though it wouldn’t stay
very long.
FOR SALE
$6,250
Elegant home, eight rooms and hall,
two baths, two closets, servants house,
carriage house, barn, etc. I.ot 60x190 Ave
nue G, close to 20th st. Terms.
$6,750
Nice seven-room stucco cottage, fur
nace heated, hard wood floors, cabinet
mantels on lot «>xl90 In Norwood. See
this to appreciate It.
$4,000
Prettiest lot on South Highlands on
Hickory street near Rhodes' Circle, corner
lot 73x150.
$3,000
Nice seven-room cottage, bath room,
cabinet mantels. One-half block from car
line, 68th street. East Hake.
$9,500
Modern ten-room stucco residence on lot
60x186, servants’ house, etc., 10th avenue,
near 16th street, south.
$2,000
Nice five-room cottage, lot 60x100 on
the corner of 18th street and Marshal
avenue. North Highlands. This is a
bargain.
$2,650
Nice six-room cottage, good well with
10O fruit trees In tiie beat section of East
T.ake on large lot, 260 frontage by 200
deep. Hook at tills.
$1,750
' Rot 190x190 on mill street near Avon
dale car line, lays nicely and Is a bargain
at tills price.
■ We have many other good bargains
listed and would bo glad to show them
to you.
Wo write all kinds of Insurance, han
dle rentals, negotiate loans.
H1DEN-JACK SON REA 1, ESTATE A
INS. CO.
2113 First Avenue. Roth phonos I486.
-1)2770
Attractive, 2-story, modern. 7-room, well
finished Jiome, North Highlands. $500 cash,
anufcno per month.
I B. F. EBORN
W ’ FOR HALE.
| $600—100x140 feet, 22nd ave., North Bir- j
f mlnghani; close to car line; fine loca
tion for tenement houses.
$3500—Pretty 6-room, modern, South High
land cottage; In tine neighborhood and
. convenient to cars; $2000 cash will do.
\ $5000—^2000 cash, balance one anil two
years; 50 feet on 6th ave., near 26th st..
I 1‘2 blocks from new depot; ought to
double In value in twelve months.
$1100—$3uo cash, balance one and two
years, lot 50x135. with good 4-roont cot
tage; North 18th st., ueur 15th ave.; one
block of car line.
$240 per year rent for two good, almost
new, 4-room cottages. Avenue 11., near
Slst st.; lot 50x190 feet; can sell for $1600;
see It.
$8o00—$3000 cash, balance 6. 12. 18, 24. 30 and
36 months. 6 per cent interest, 2-story,
double 16-room brick; cost to build $h).
Q00> lot worth $2,500; 16th st., near 6th
ave.
$8000— liberal terms, for 40 acres In fee
semple; also mineral right In 35 acres
more; one mile north of North Birming
ham; tine Investment.
SMITH & STILLMAN.
206 ami 206 Hood building.
PINE TIMBER,
1000 acres, 5000. average, virgin long leaf
yellow pine; 4‘* miles of Southern Rail
way station; GO miles of Birmingham. $11
per acre fee simple; 1-3 cash, balance
easy, 6 pet* cent.
_ B. F, EB0RN _
FOR RENT.
2800 6th ave., 7 rooms. A
1217 N. 13th st.. 7 rooms
1130 N. 17th si., 7 rooms.
1031 N. 24th st.. rooms.
11509 Ave. H, 6 rooms.
l«05-7 Ave. T. 8 rooms.
1211 H. 19th st.. 12 rooms.
12th ave. S. and 11th st., 8 rooms.
We also have nice cottages at Wood
lawn and Avondale.
We write all kinds of insurance, make
bonds, negotiate loans, etc. Will be glad
to have you call on us
UNDERWRITERS REAL ESTATE
AND RENTAL CO.
A. O. SMITH. President.
Both phones 618. 210 N. 21st street
$500 CASH
$50 Month
buys modern, desirable H-atory, 7-room,
furnace-'heuted residence, near lltli ave
nue, South Highlands.
B. F. EBORN
FOR SALE
k $soo—4-room house In Woodlawn; $200
f -^eusjh, balance J1S per montli.
I $#Ki cusli and balance monthly for a new
1 6-room house In Woodlawn, Kird struct,
' only *1700.
*l»o- Lot 90x140, 74t!i »t. and llillman uve.,
Last Lake.
|13W1—Good 6-room house In East Luke,
two block* of car, takes cash to But It
i at this price.
\ $3000--Terins to suit, prettiest 6-room
1 house on the north aide, 14th uve., one
V block from car; a bargain.
( We have bargains In Ensley, East Lake
\ and Shades mountain property.
Ensley-Brown Real
k Estate Co.
RooqE*. Steiner Building.
$1000
Lot 50x150; fronts car line; block of
another; South Highlands. One-half cash,
balance one and two years.
B. F. EBORN
FOR SALE.
f $1500—New cottage um 50-foot lot at
I Compton; never been occupied; easy
terms.
$2800—Corner lot facing east on South
Highlands, 70x200; three blocks east of
20th; all street improvements.
Beautiful lots for sale on Elm and Syca
more streets, South Highlands.
$25 to $40 a foot—In Phelan’s Addition to
South Highlands; 100 lots to select
from; small cash payment, balance
long time at 0 per cent, and will ad
vance necessary money to build homes
on same terms. This affords certain
and easy way of acquiring home on
beautiful South Highlands.
$3250—For a small investor we have
100x140. with three houses on same, well
rented to white people; this is very
cheap. Easy terms on this.
We have for sale cottage homes in all
suburbs, and a number of handsome
homes on South Highlands.
We also have for sale most complete list
of lots on South Highlands. Parties
wishing South Highlands lots would do
well to see us; a number of especially
attractive lots east of 20th street on and
adjacent to Highland avenue.
TURNER R. WEAKLEY A CO.,
Phone 1326. 2113 First Ave.
FOR SALE.
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.
E. C. HEWES,
representing the Preferred Accident
Ins. Co. of New York.
Buying and selling Real Estate.
A modern 2-story house on car line,
$500 cash, balance monthly. ,
A modern cottage, one block off car
line, $500 cash, balance monthly.
Perfect residence lots. $350 to $500,
cement walks.
A few resident lots at $300; $50.00
cash, balance $25.00 per month.
The above is personal property, and
only one price will be given you.
Silver laced Wyandotte cockerels and
eggs for sale.
Telephone 155, or call at 219 N. 21st
St. Ask for
E. C. HEWES.
400x140; near 12th avenue, South High
lands, one-third rash, balance 1 and 2
years; a money maker If improved.
B. F. EBORN
FOR SALE—WOODLAWN
Choice of 26 cottage homes, ranging
in price from $1250 to $3150; some on
car lines, others only l or 2 blocks
away. Terms to suit.
Charles Sumner.
FOR SALE.
$30.000—Cor. Ave. B and 21st st.. 100x140 ft.,
$‘.000 cash. 1ml. in 10 annual payments
at ♦; per cent interest. Rents well.
$1 tl.OOO 20 brick houses renting for $lo0
per month; $2f>00 cash. bal. in 10 annual
payments at 0 per cent interest.
$3000—Ave. (1. 50x190 feet renting for $30
per month; $loo0 cash. bal. in 3 annual
payments at (5 per cent int.
FOR RENT.
1130 N. 17th st., 7 rooms.$30.00
1215 S. 19th st.. 12 rooms. 75.00
1129 S. 11th st.. 9 rooms.40.00
If you want n place October 1. let us
know what you want and wo will get It
for you; if you have property for rent,
place It with us and we will get you
good tennants
W. I\. MALOISE £ CO.
Insurance, Sales and Loans, Rentals.
211 N. 21st St.Phones 1239.
LEGAL NOTICES^
Mortgage Sale.
Vndcr and by virtue of two certain
deeds of mortgage executed by Joseph B.
Babb and wife, Kate S. Babb, to the Bir
mingham Realty company on the '23U day
of May, 1905, und which said mortgages
are duly recorded In the office of the
Judge of probate of Jefferson county, the
one In volume 376, page 217. and the other
In volume 385, on page 216; default having
been made In the payment of the amount
secured by the said mortgage, the Bir
mingham Realty company will offer for
sale at public outcry to the highest bid
der for cash, at the court bouse door of
Jefferson county, on the 26th day of April,
1906. the following described real estate,
to-wlt: Barts of lots Nos. 1 and 2, In block
No. 641 according to the map and pitta
of the Elyton Land company, of the city
of Birmingham. Ala., more particularly
described as follows: Begin at a point in
the west line of Thirtieth street, sixty
feet south of Twelfth avenue, north, run
ning thence in a westerly direction, paral
lel to Twelfth avenue, one hundred ninety
(lain feet, to a twenty-foot alley; ther.ee
In a southerly direction along the east
line of said alley, sixty feet; theme lu an
easterly direction parallel to Twelfth ave
nue. one hundred and ninety feet to the
west line of Thirtieth street; theme In
a northerly direction along the 'west line
of Thirtieth street, sixty feet, to the point
of beginning.
BIRMINGHAM REALTY COMPANY.
Mortgagee.
London &■ London, Attorneys.
3-25-3t-su
Stockholders' Meeting.
The annual meeting of the stockholders
of the Birmingham Realty company will
bo lietd on April 11. 1906. at 12 o'clock
noon, at the office of the company in
Birmingham. Ala Transfer books will
, be closed until April 12.
| FRANK NORRIS, Secty. and Trees.
8-27-to 4-11
j
WEEKLY AVERAGES
OF CLEARING HOOSE
New York, March 31.—The statement
of the clearing house banks of this
city for the week shows that the banks
hold $5,131,275 over the legal reserve re
quirements. This is a decrease of $1,232,
600 under last week. The statement fol
lows:
Loans, $1,026,503,900; decrease. $3,S29,700.
Deposits, $1,004,290,500; decrease, $8,780.
000.
Circulation. $51,845,000; increase, $485,300.
Legal tenders, $78,308,900; increase, $1,
101,800.
Reserve, $256,203,900; decrease, $3,427,700.
Reserve required, $251,072,625; decrease,
$2,195,200.
Surplus, $5,131,276: decrease, $1,232,500.
Exclusive United 8tates deposits, $8,066,
000; decrease, $1,251,575.
New York, March 31.—The Financier
says this week:
Last week's official statement of the
New York Associated banks showed as
the most striking feature a much smaller
loss of cash than was generally estimated
on the basis of the traceable movements
of money during the week. The discrep
ancy between the maximum and estimated
loss of about $0,000,000, and the officially
reported decrease of $3,427,700, may have
been in part due to $1,000,000 receipts of
gold from abroad, and partly to the
unrecorded deposits in cash In the banks
for disbursement for interest which off
set losses to some extent; also to trans
fers to those institutions by trust com
panies and to other movements inci
dent to the close of the first quarter
of the year. Deposits decreased $8,780,
800, which was $1,523,400 greater than
the sum of the contraction In loans, and
the loss of cash, consequently the state
ment failed to balance. As a result of the
decrease In deposits the required reserve
was diminished by $2,195,200 so that sur
plus reserve was reduced by $1,232,500 to
$5,131,275. Computed on the basis of de
posits, less those of $11,738,900 public
funds, the surplus is $S.006,000. Loans were
contracted by $3,829,700, though an expan
sion was looked for because of temporary
loaning of funds deposited preparatory to
the payment of April Interest. The loans
were $21,213,400 in excess of deposits. The
dally average of bank clearings for the
week was nearly $238.000.000, against $278,
000,000 in the previous week.
IN THE BIRMINGHAM
REAL ESTATE MARKET
An active day yesterday closed the
week In the local real estate market. The
past week lias been a good one when
the unfavorable weather which prevailed
throughout the week Is taken Into con
sideration.
The demand for well located residence
property has been unusually strong while
perhaps the most noticeable feature of
the wok was the activity of the suburban
realty markets. All grades of local real
estate are selling at good prices, which
are much inclined to a higher level. A
local authority stated that a much higher
level would be reached during the coining
summer months.
There were four deeds filed In the
probate clerk s office yesterday recording
the transfer of about $22,<XX) worth of lo
cal real estate from Dennis Carr and
wife to Joseph T. Beasley. They were
as follows: Parts of lots 9 and 10 in
block 79, the consideration being $0,000;
parts of lots 8 and 10 in block 79. the
consideration for which was $6333; parts
of lots 9 and 10 in block 79, the considera
tion being $5333, and parts of lots 8 and
10B in block 79, the consideration for
which was $3333.
Other papers were filed in the probate
clerk's office yesterday for the following
transactions in local real estate Involving
amounts of $1000 or more:
Harrison E. Mullins and wdfe to W. H.
Hall, lots 4 and 11B In the Henry and
Copeland addition to Birmingham, the
consideration in the deal being $1200.
William F. Smith and wife to Sallie
Page, lots, 3, 4, 5 and 6 in block 9 of Mc
Adory's addition to Bessemer, the con
sideration being $1400.
Mary A. Hayes and husband to James
P. Hayes to C. W. Mills, part of the
northwest quarter of the southwest quar
ter of the southwest quarter of section
10. township 17, range 2 west, the consid
eration for w hich was $1300.
E. \V. Voting and wife to A. F. Dunker,
lot in tile northwest quarter of the north
west quarter of section 29. township 17.
range 3 west, the consideration for which
was $1000.
Frederlcka Mitchell and husband, J. H.
Mitchell, to S. J. Knecht, lots 8, 9, 10 and
It in block 13 of the “Sharpe Place,” the
consideration in the deal being $1000.
Tuscaloosa Home Changes Hands.
Tuscaloosa. March 31.—(Special.)—The
beautiful colonial residence on Greens
boro avenue known as the "Eddins” place
has been purchased from Frank Sloan
by 1> r,. Hosenau. The price paid was
$12,000. Mr. Hosenau will not occupy it
until next October.
The Gawk makes best advertising
cuts—Age-Herald Building.
FURNISHED room wanted in Enslev by
single gentleman; employed in office;
private family having no other roomers;
rent about $10. Address, W. E., care
Age-Herald.
REAL ESTATE.
Notice to the Public.
Notice is hereby given to the public, es
pecially merchants, that the Southern
Bell Telephone and Telegraph Company
will not become responsible for, or pay
for, any article furnished to any of its
employees, or others, unless bill for ser
vice or articles furnished is accom
panied by a printed order used by the
company and signed by L. M. Hawkins,
Manager. L. M. HAWKINS.
3-30-31-4-1-10-H._Manager.
For Sale.
Shingle Mill Machinery
One II. S. C* 14xlh-ln. engine and fittings.
One H. S. C N0-h. p. boiler and fittings,
fixtures and 'connections.
One Verkin* drug saw' outfit and 2 saws.
One Verkins knee feed bolter ami 2 saws.
One Perkins hand feed bolter and 1 saw.
One Peikips potter fetal shingle machine
and 4 saws.
One Verkins baud feed shingle machine
and 2 saws.
Four Perkins automatic shingle packers.
One. Verkins, saw glimmer.
One Jeffreys refuse conveyor, fire pan
and cliaiu.
One complete resaw.
All shafting, pulleys, boxes, collars,
c« upiers, tighteners necessary for above
machinery. /
Has not been removed from the mill
and has been in use about a yeir.
Call on or address Birminghani Trust
& Ravings Co., Trustee, Birmingham, Ala.
The First Easter Footwear
*
and the kind that is vastly different from the ordinary kinds shown.
The fit is better, styles are better, leathers are better and just a bit
better in all good shoe points. :: :: ' :: :: :: ::
Men’s Oxfords Women’s Oxfords and Ties
TOGO TIES, patent and gun-metal calf, welt sol<
NETTLPTON'S OXFORDs, patent and gun-metal nerfeetlv new
calf, button or lace, swing toe. pertecuj new,
^ 0() $3.50 and $4
1918 SECOND AVE. COURT TIES, two and three holes, patent and gun
NETT LET ON new swing toe Oxfords, gun-metal metal calf,
calf and patents, medium sole. SmOVt J/ZO£?S fOT $3, $3.50 and $4
$D.OO WOMEN'S PUMPS, welt and turned soles, paten
rYlOVXlrinciX) and gun-metal calf, Cuban heels, flat necktie bows.
TIIE "KOX" Oxfords, patent and other new Icath
ers, button or lace. $3.50 $4 and $5
$400 PREPARE FOR EASTER
DAVIDSON TO PREACH
ANNUAL SERMON
Extensive Improvements Are to Bs
Made at the Central Female
College tor Next Year.
Tuscaloosa, March 31.—(Special.)—Dr. A.
C. Davidson of Birmingham, has been
selected to preach the forty-eighth an
nual commencement sermon at the Cen
tral Female college on May 30. This
splendid Institution has made perhaps
more progress during this year than ever
before in Its history, and the entire com
munity feels Justly proud of It.
President Olles Is making extensive
preparations for the next session alread),
and many improvements will be added
before the institution opens her doors
for (he forty-ninth session, which will
be next September. One of the greatest
Improvements to be made will be the
painting iff the entire structure which is
of the colonial type, and which will pre
sent a most imposing picture when It
receives Its new coat. Prof. J. P. l.ude
huehl who has had a leave of absence
for one year. Is still In Berlin, where
he is making a splendid record in the
conservatory there. He has stood ahead
of the entire class there and his compo
sitions will he played by students of the
Berlin conservatory at commencement,
which will bn in June. He will immed
iately sail for America and will have
charge of the department of music next
year.
W. W. DECKER DROPS DEAD.
Was One of Albertville's Most Promi
nent Citizens.
Albertville, March 31.—(Special.)—W. W.
Decker, one of Albertville's most promi
nent citizens, anil capable business men.
fell dead at his home In this place yester
day afternoon at 2 o'clock it*h an attack
of heart trouble. Mr. Decker was a mem
ber of the firm of Riggs Bros., one of
the largest mercantile firms In town and
was a leading spirit In every movement
for the upbuilding of Albertville. Me was
also a consistent member of the Christian
church. .
A widow and four children survive hint.
The remains will be Interred here to
morrow.
The members of Company F, Third i
Alabama, known as the Albertville Ri
fles. were very much rejoiced this morn
ing to learn that Dr. \V. A. Elrod, one
of their members, had been appointed I
assistant surgeon with the rank of cap
tain on Colonel McElroy's staff. This I
comes as quite an honor, both to the
doctor and to Company F. As the com
pany was but recently mustered in and
has never been to an annual encamp
ment. Dr. Elrod Is a young physician
of much promise, being one of the most
popular young men of the county.
, TYPE
WRITER
BARGAINS
SAVE FROM $10 TO $40.
(The cost to dealers for marketing type
writers per machine where they employ |
salesmen to call on you. (Guess who
pays for this?)
OUR MATE ORDER WAY
of conducting the buk of our business 1
will save you the above amount. Every '
machine that leaves our office is In A1
condition and writes a perfect letter and ■
is guaranteed for one year. In the event •
that you are not pleased with your pur
chase you can exchange your machine
for any other in our stock at full price
paid.
WE LIST A FEW BARGAINS.
The following typewriters listed are in
perfect running order; writes as good a
letter as a new machine:
Smith Premier No. 2.$55.00
Smith Premier No. 2.50.00
Smith Premier No. 2. 45.00
Smith Premier No. 2. 40.00
Smith Premier No. 1. 25.00
Remington No. 6. 60.00
Remington No. 7. 40.00
Remington No. 7. 40.00
Yost No. 10 (new) . 65.00
Underwood No. 4.55.00
Blick No. 6. 25.00
Blick No. 5. 15.00
Blick No. 7. 45.00
Hammond Universal (never used) .. 75.<J0
If you do not see what you want above
write us your requirements, as we can
sell you any machine made.
OUR PLAN OF SALE.
Any typewriter listed above or in stock
WE WILL SHIP ON APPROVAL.
You pay the freight one way. if found
satisfactory you will want to keep it. if
not return it to us at our expense. Re
member that every mahine we sell Is
guaranteed for one year and is mechan
ically perfect when it leaves our office.
If you have a machine now and wish to
EXCHANGE YOUR TYPEWRITER
we will make you a very liberal allow
ance. Specimens of work done on ma
chine sent on request. Very liberal terms I
on any machine sold.
Wt* are dealers for the UNDERWOOD
TYPEWRITER.
THE DAVIS TYPEWRITER CO.,
326-327 Hood Bldg .
BIRMINGHAM. ALA.
Watches, Diamonds. Jewelry
Part payment down. Balance
weekly and you can buy as
cheap as for cash. Call and
see me.
I. R. Rubenstein
1924 3rd Ave.
FOUR PER CENT COUPON
Bonds of the Stale of Alabama
Denomination $1000.
-
Dated July 1, 1906. Due July 1. 1956. Interest payable January and July
at the Fiscal Agency of the State, in the City of New York.
FREE OF TAX IN ALABAMA AND EXCHANGE
ABLE FOR REGISTERED BONDS.
We offer to contract for a short time only for the sale of a limited
amount of these bonds for delivery when Issued (July 1, 1906) at 109.24,
at which price they net the investor 3.60 per cent. r
We will contract to receive maturing bonds of the State of Alabama
at their face value in part payment.
Alabama bonds have recently sold on a basis of 3.35, being equivalent
to 115 for these 4 iter cent bonds, and we look for a substantial advance
in the near future. We unhesitatingly recommend them as ah absolute
ly safe investment. Correspondence invited.
First National Bank of Birmingham,
BIRMINGHAM, ALA.
HIGHLAND I
GROCERY CO A
Club House Brand 1
1026 So. 20th Street Birmingham, Ala.
Will Groceries be in
Your Mind Today
There never Was a time when we were bet
ter prepared or more anxious for a TRIAL
ORDER than now.
Begin Monday, April 2, with Us
Do you not realize that it is OTJR STORE
that SAVES YOU MOOEY, and why ?
Naturally you are interested in the BEST
GROCERIES, MEATS and VEGETA
BLES.
We would but ask that you get OUR
PRICES before your final decision.
The Highland Market Offers the
Best Meats at the Lowest Prices
We solicit your trade. You can order as
well by phone as you can in person.
Highland Grocery Co.
Finest Staple and Fancy Groceries Both Phones 881
1026 South 20th Street FIVE POINTS
DEAFNESS CURED AT LAST
Wonderful New Discovery for the Positive Cure of Deafness and Head Noise*
At last, after years of study and research, the wonderful Nature forces hav*
been harnessed together and eafness can bo cured. If I did not know positively
that my method would cure. I would not allow my name to be connected with
this treatment. My standing Is such that 1 cannot afford to misrepresent or dis
tort the facts. I know * treatment will do and what It has done and
can safely say. "It Is the greatc t, grandest and simplest In the world today." It '
seems to make no difference with this cure as to age. how lon-r standing or deep
seated the deafness Is. Its cures are permanent. Test your hearing with a watch.
If you do not hear it five fee* awn-, you are deaf. Write me. givlti. age. sex.
cause, how long deaf. If you have Catarrh. Rheumatism or Nervous trouble,
and if vou hear better in noisy places, and all particulars bearing on your case,
and I will give you my truthful opinion us to whether your casu Is curable or
not. I give an absolutely scientific opinion, with a full explanation of your
case and a Booklet on Deafness and Head Noises free without charge. The ad
vice contained in this book has been the means of saving tile hearing of hun-,x
lreds of people. Write tod - to the discoverer. Guy Clifford Powell. M. t>„ 721
jank Bldg., Peoria. 111., for free Information, including his valuable free book.
USE VULCANT. DOUBLE FLINT COATED, READY ROOFING.
Always ready, always reliable, alwa:* lasting. Xo tin raps used. SufAclsnt
broad-lleadcd nails and cement put up with each square. Has stood test ovsf
sulphuric acid chambers In fertilizer works. Will therefore stand anywhsra ,
where roofing is used.
Use our Stop-leak Klastir .Roof-coating Pajj
tures of steel, roofings, smokrt alack*.

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