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l^TS^EY BACK WHE\ vei WANT
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the amount paid in may be withdrawn at any time.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, President. W. V. M. ROBERTSON, Qen. Mgr.
D. C. COOPER, Vice-President. W. A. PORTER, Treasurer.
(Pres. First Nat'l Bank of Oxford) (Vtce-Pres. Am. Trust & Sav. Bank)
$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, 2009 First Ave.
THE AGE-HERAI.D will print
a 11 advertisements o f
“Situations Wanted”
FREE OF COST
It you want a position, ask
for it in this column. Every
body will read your want and
if you be worthy you will
find employment- ,
WANT cD.
WANTED- Heal cslnti' bargains to sell
for owners; liberal terms. John H. Ray,
real estate and Insurance, 538 First Na
tional Hank Bldg. Bell phone 4055.
Shaving iOc at 192l 4th avenue. t-lfrtt
\V A N TED—CustomersTor showcases, lion
safes and Carrara paint. Alabama Gro
cery company. _ l-i-tf
WANTEt)— Your attention to the fact
that the Eureka Stove Works does the
highest grade foundry work south, soft
grey casting guaranteed. Phone us.
4-t7-7t
WAITED—By young man. idee young
man as room mate in private family;
good board *3.50 per week; large front
room; two blocks Avondale car line;
near Avondale park. Address X. Y. 7*..
care Age-lleruld. _4-li-6t
WANTED—100 old feather-beds. I will
pay the highest cash price for old
feathers, such as feuther beds; send
postal at once, so 1 can attend to It
in time, as I am going to stay In your
city one week only. Address J. W. Bres
kow, P. O. general delivery, Birndng
ham. 4-18-7t
SITUATIONS WANTED.
WANTED—Position by steno-bookkeeper
to begin work June 1; experience in the
wholesale, dry goods business; would be
gin at $60. Address M. 140 Spring St..
Atlanta, (3a. _4-20-21
WANTED—Situation by boy; experienced
in office work. Address K 07, care Age
H(*rend. 4-20-3t
WANTED—A position~by a young man
stenographer; not afraid of work; will
ing to start on small salary; experi
enced; also knowledge of bookkeeping.
Henry Walton, ears Age-Herald.
4-20-2t _ __
BILL clerk and office assistant; young
man. age 20, with 3 years' experience,
desires position; best references fur
nished; moderate salary. Address S. B.t
care Age-Herald.
WANTED Position by young man, 22,
with responsible wholesale house; a
good salesman and would lik** to learn
stock and go on road: excellent refer
ences. Address B 1. care Ag»*-Herald.
\VAN'IIiI)^I'nsiU(in ns bookkeeper or
timekeeper by a sober moral man with
gilt edge reference, who has position
now, but wishes to make n change on
June 1, best of reasons given for de
siring a change, reference from present
employer and bond furnished if desired;
no objection to leaving Birmingham.
Address Bookkeeper, care Age-Herald,
Birmingham, Ala.4-20-21
JtfELP WANTED—FEMALE.
WANTED—A middle-aged lady to act ns
clerk and cashier in a loan office. Apply
in own handwriting, giving address and
telephone number. Address Loan, care
Age-Herald.
WANTED—A lady to' do soliciting; irfa
day after the first two months; Investi
gate. ,1. J.. care Agc-Hcrald.
HELP WANTED—MALE.
WANTED—Combination bookkeeper and
stenographer; none but experienced men
need apply. Address H. Meyer & Co..
Selina. Ala. 4-lS-7t
fa’ANTED—One good Job press feeder;
good wages and steady work to right
party. National Printing Co., 2021 3rd
avenue.
fa ANTED—Two first-claim Iron moulders
for house work; stute age. experience
and references; only sober, steady men
wanted. Mosher Structural Iron Works,
Dallas. Tex. _4-20-4t
KVANTED—For U. 8. army; able-bodied
unmarried men, between ages of 21 and
B6; 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 8t.,
Birmingham, Ala. 7-1-ly
fWANTED—Mule and ox drivers, log cut
ters; also first-class white cook for log
camp. Apply Fowler-Personette Lum
ber Co.. North Birmingham. 4-17-tf
fa’ANTED —F Irsf-clriBS. well dressed,
strictly sober solicitors for newspaper
work here and In the south. High
grade proposition and good pay; can use
some good book men. Call between
the hours of 8 and 0 a. m. and 4 and
5:30 p. m., Mr. Wakeman, Age-Herald
office.3-20-tf
SALESMEN WANTED.
WANTED—Salesman of ability to handle
ns Bldo line a high-class proposition
with unusual Inducements. We have a
salesman whose commission* in 25 days
were $307, without Interfering with ills
regular business. Correspondence strict
ly confidential. No samples. P. O. Box
220, City. 4-1S-;,t
BOARDERS WANTED._
NICELY furnished rooms and board;
also table board. Mrs. Cowan. 2112 5th
ave. 146b People's. 4-21-3t
FCRNlSHEir rooms ami board. 39o8 Gtli
ave.. north. 4-21-5t
A FEW inorT boarders can be accommo
dated at 1901 8th avenue, north; nice
rooms, good fare.
4-13-fri-su-tue-thu-sat-su-tit
ALADY will give room, and board to a
, nice working woman very reasonable
for company. H.. care Age-Herald.
4-20-21 _
ROOM with board. 2209 6th ave. 3-15-30t
BOARD and room ran be had In private
family at reasonable rate. 519 N 26th
street. _.llllli1
ROOM with board; lovely home. 422 16tft
rtre't y corner avenue. 4-17-0t
ROOM with board. 2209 6th ave, 4-17-iOt
ONE CENT A WORD.
RATES—One cent a word a day; no
ad. taken for less than 26 cents tor
Unit insertion. Cash must accompany
every order. __
LAND TITLES,
TITLE INSURANCE
Jefferfc'.n, Shelby and St. Clair County
Title Business Exclusively.
Birmingham Title and
Guarantee Company
226 Twenty-first Street.
J. K. BROCKMAN. General Manager.
(Orjaniaert July, iWO.|
SOUTHERN AUDIT CO
Expert accourtln* In all lt» branches.
Periodical ©xamlnatlona madia. Ntw aya
tem* Installed.
210 Flr«t National Bank Bell phona 630.
FOR SALE.
FOR SALE—Carload No. 2 cypress shin
gles for Immediate delivery. Box 9«8,
city.
FOR SALE—At a bargain; a fine, new
West End home; $400 or $600 cash, bal
ance monthly. Call on J. Dillon, 3rd
ave., between Elyton and Poplar st.,
West End. 4-20-2t
FOR SALK—Corner lot 70x150. on South
Highlands of East Lake; within 150 feet
of car line; will sell cheap. Address
Box 56. care Age-Herald. 2-11-tf
FOR SALift—6ne u*ed—Plymouth" upright
piano In mahogany case, sells new for
about $300; In order to save further
storage and the expenses of transporta
tion to Nashville, we will sell for $100
spot cash and the storage charges,
which will not exceed $10. Frank Fite
Music Co., Nashville, Tenn. 4-19-71
FOR SALK—Rolf top desk in good eondi
tion, or would exchange for wardrobe of
equal value. 1812 Rush ave., North High
lands. 4-20-3t
FOR SALK—One used"Frank G. Fite or
gan, chapel style, in genuine oak case;
, organ contains four sets of reeds, ’wo
and one-half octaves each, with treble
and base coupler and two knee swells;
price new $75; will sell for $25 spot cash,
delivered Birmingham. Frank Fite Mu
sic Co., Nashville. Tenn. 4-19-7t
FOR SALE—Wesi End; C-room cottage.’
2 blocks car line, eastern frontage, cor
ner lot; dry and well drained; first-class
finish throughout; cabinet mantels, elec
tric lights, city water, enamel bath; $500
cash, balance easy. Also 4 and 5-rooin
cottages. Owner. Bell 'Phone 1202. 526
First National bank. 4-19-3t
FOR RENT___
Fr)RT?TrNT^O(^M)a7:nr'with city water.
1016 N. 13t)i at. 4-20-21
•’OR RENT—For the summer or longer,
elegftntl v furnished house on the South
Highlands; nil modern conveniences;
within a half block of Highland avenue;
servant's house and carriage house. Ad
dress "Residence," care Age-Herald.
4-15-tf
ROOMS^FOR RENT.
FOR^RENT—Nice front room on first
floor; also large room, with two beds,
on second floor; bath and ’phone; rea
sonable. 1521 5th ave.. north. 4-20-2t
FO RRENT—Large room, with bath, prl
vftte family; honjc comforts. lSul 6tli
avenue. 4-20-2t
FOR RENT—Newly furnished front room.
first floor; private entrance, electric
lights, 'phone, bath; Northslde. (’all
Bell 404'*. 4-20-2t
FOR K EXT Two furnished rooms, 12th
street and 12th avenue. Phone 2818. Bell.
4-18-5t
FOR RENT—Best rooms in the city,
Hotel Eagle; 25c to $1.00; corner 24tli st.
and 2d avenue.4-4-tf
LOST, STRAYED OR STOLEN.
! 1,0ST—-By^nlTnie 1 Ryan. wliTte fox terrier
dog, marked brown on eyes and cars;
I answers to name "Teddy;" $10 reward
I to finder and no questions asked. Re
turn to Birmingham hotel or Bijou
I theatre.
LOST—In Bessemer. Friday. April 13. a
small brooch set with pearls and dia
mond in center. Reward if returned to
M. L. Smith, White Swan Laundry, Bir
mingham. 4-20-2t
1,0ST—Gold head" necklace, between 13th
aye., south, and Loveman, Joseph &
Loeb's. Return to 2227 Morris ave. and
receive reward. 4-20-2t
LOST 7"OR * STOLEN—Open-faced gold
watch; my name around face; liberal
reward for any information leading to
or its return to E. W. VanDuzen, Jr.,
121 S. 20th street. 4-17-tf
MONEY TO^LEND^_
WE can make quick loans on Improved
real estate. \V. B. Leedy & Co. 4-20-tf
MONEY to loan on pianos, household
goods or any other kind of personal
property. City Loan and Hanking com
pany, 1U6 North 21st St. Bell phone 240.
4-14-tf
MONEY LOANED SALARIED PEOPLE
without security; easy payments. Union
Dlsoount Co., CIS Woodward Bldg. 10-8-tf
MONEY to loan on real estate at lowest
rate. Apply Alabama Trust and Savings
company, 2026 3d avenue, Massey build
ing__10-*-tf
BUSINESS CHANCES^
WANTED- Party with oneT'orTwoThom
sand dollars capital to enter into active
1 partnership In coal mine now In opera
tion. Address K., cure Age-Herald.
4-20-2t ___
VDVKKTISING World. Columbus. Ohio,
a monthly Journal of Information, plans,
suggestions and Ideas for advertising.
Send today for free sample, or 10c for
four months' trial.2-21-tf-aat
MISCELLANEOUS.
WANTED—Ti~buy collage In Wesf'End
op some nice suburb on car line; must lie
healthy location und cheap, .on monthly
payments; huve property that i would
put in agent s hand to rent us soon as
convenient. Address Quick, care Age
Herald, 4-21-2t
POLICIES-Issued by "old line" life Insur
ance companies on the Tontine, accumu
lative and deferred distribution plan,
purchased by me at higher prices titan
offered by these companies; bring or
send policies thereby save correspond
ence and time; quick action and ready
cash. P. W. Hall, First National Bank
Bldg., both telephones 698. 11-11-tf
an r poor girl needing frtendship”7fteip,
sdvice. etc., will And ready and willing
assistance by applying to the matron of
Salvation Army Rescue Home, Slrd et.
And Ave. E. Birmingham, Ala. I
ONE CENT A WORD.
•ATES—One car* a word a day; no
ad. taken for lens than 25 cents for
first insertion Cash aust accompany
■ very order.
~7 ~per1o na cr ~7777.m
1’KR«SONAL-\Vp wllF^pay ft reward to
the first person giving us information
that may lead to the location of one
Needham organ, factory No. 43546. which
was delivered to Tom and Ellen Joitej
(col.) while living at 310 25th st.. Bir
, minghum. In July. 190f>. Frank Fite Music
Co., Nashville. Tenn. 4-19-7t
PERSONAL-We will pay $10 reward to
the first person giving us information
that may lead to the location of or.e
Armstrong upright piano, factory No.
48499. which was sold by our com pan v in
Birmingham in November. 19*J3. Trank
Fite Music Co.. Nashville. Tenn. 4-19-7t
MORPH IN opium, laudanum, eocoalne
habit myself cured; will Inform you of
harmless, permanent home cure. Mary
Baldwin, box 1212. Chicago. 4-15-7t
PERSONAL—We will pay $10 reward to
the first person giving us Information
that may lead to the location of one
Plymouth upright piano, factory No.
1879. which Instrument whs delivered to
J. 13. Trainer, while living at 21st and
Exter a.ves.. Bessemer, Ala., in July.
1903. Frank Fite Music Co.. Nashville,
Tenn. 4-19-7t
REAL ESTATE.
FOR SALE.
TO acres on car lino within 5 cent limit,
>426 per acre. Car line front about 1700
or 1800 feet front.
5 1-3 acres fronts car line, about 300 feet,
>3000.
46x100 North 15th st.. 411. >4000.
100x138; northwest corner llth avenue and
10th street, north. >3000; terms easy, a
Corner Ave. F. and 22nd st., 100x190; rent
ing cheap, $77 per month; cheap and
long time. $2600 cash
L. G. PETTYJOHN,
Phones 436 and 1101. 1826V4 3d Ave.
FOR~ SALE.
$1900—2 houses; D and 11th at.; rents >240.
>2650—Fronts Rhodes' Circle.
>2250—Ave. I 24 st.; rents >333.
$6600—2-story rea. 8. 12th ave.
>4250—70x240; Ave. K, 12th and 18th sts.
>8800— Large Iroquois st. lot.
>3600—67 ft., Improved; Magnolia ave.
juoo-Lot 3rd ave. bet. 7th and 8th.
>6600—50x140 ; 3d ave. 14th and loth sts.
>17,600—Large, well Improved N. side cor.
>5000—Lot 3th ave,, bet. 21st and 22d sts.
$2100— Besutlful Norwood lot.
>10,000—Good West 20th st. place.
>3500—Nice Fountain Heights home.
>2350— 8. 21st st. cottage; rents $300.
>25,000—2d ave. store, 21st and 22d sts.
>10.000— 4th -ave., 23d st.; rents >840.
Some desirable West End acreage.
M'CONNELL A ANGLIN,
Phones 1523. 2013 Third Ave.
INCOME PROPERTY.
>15.000—Business corner; renting for >130
per month.
>4500—Belt Line corner; 100x140; renting
>42.50 per month.
>4500—Corner; 140x137; renting $63 per
month.
>4500—50x140; Ave. C near 14th st.; renting
for >50 per month.
W. G. OLIVER A CO.,
2025 Third Ave. Both Phoneg, 168*.
FOR SALE.
$7600—50x140 on 4th avenue, paying $540 a
yea r.
$8000—Forty acres on North Bessemer car,
suitable for aub-dlvision, and has two
story seven-room house on same. We
regard fills as below the market and
think It will enhance rapidly,
j $4000—Two-story, eight-room houso on Al
len street. North Highlands, large
porches, handsome stone wall; beauti
ful trees and vines, all street Improve
ments; an unusually attractive home
which can be bought cheaply.
$3250—50x100, with two-story 8-room house,
corner G and 30th street, with all street
Improvements; this In the cheapest prop
erty In our hands. Terms.
$8600—50x140. on 4th avenue, between 24th
and 25th streets. paying $42.50 per
month. In a stone's throw of new de
pot. This Is cheaper than anything we
know of in that locality.
We have a 25 foot lot In the business
section of the city, which owner will
exchange for property further out, pay
ing an Income.
$6oo0—Ten acres of land at West End.
platted Into 42 lots, two blocks from
car: high and dry, with homes on every
side, and this Is undoubtedly the
cheapest acreage proposition on the
market. These lots can be sold on easy
terms and when handled In that way
will yield from 75 to 100 per cent profit.
West End continues to be the most
active suburban proposition.
$25 to $45 a foot. In Phelan's addition to
South Highlands. We 'have been com
pelled to advance x>rices on the choicest
of these lots. Can sell them on small
cash payments and easy terms on tne
balance at 6 per cent, and after cer
tain number of payments made can ad
vance money to build homes at 6 per
cent.
We have handsome lots In all sections of
the South Highlands. See us for lots on
Iroquois. Niazuma. Sycamore and High
land avenue.
TURNER R. WEAKLEY &. CO.,
Phone 1326. 2113 First Avonue.
FOR RENT.
Cottage, 6 rooms, two blocks of court
house; neat and comfortable.
Cottage, 5 rooms, 612 N. 28th st.
Offices on 21st at. between 1st and 2nd
uvea.
All classes of property for rent.
Place your business with me if you want
best service.
GEORGE BILBE,
Bel! phone 24. 223 21st street,
FOR SALE.
$6000—Two business lots, 22%xl00 feet each,
15th st. near 3rd ave. Nothing in that
locality near so cheap; hound to en
hance.
SMITH & STILLMAN.
205 and 206 Hood Bldg.
! ' ~
$2300—Beautiful 6-room home in East Lake,
fronts east; large rooms, electric lights,
12 modern cottages In course of con
struction near tills home. On car line
and 73d street, $150 down and balance
like rent. Take this and quit renting.
$2650— Part cash and balance long time; 8
room home on car line in West End;
sidewalk Improved, electric lights.
$5000—Four houses on Avenue F, in good
condition, now renting for $05. Room
for two more on the lot. One of the
houses worth half the price. Sec us this
week about this.
ENSLEY-BROWN REAL ESTATE CO.,
Room y Steiner Bldg. Bell phone 3968.
FOR SALE.
llu.Ooo -20 brick houses; good terms,
fso.ouo—Cor. Ave. B and 21st at.; easy
terms.
$3uuo- Ave. O: paying $30 monthly.
$3o.0u0— First ave.; close to 20th st.
$3500—3 houses, near Norwood.
We have a furnished house close to Five
Points for rent.
Call on us when you want Insurance of
any kind. We represent some of the
strongest companies.
W. N. MALONE <£ CO.
Insurance, Sales and Loans, Rentals.
211 N. 21st 8t. Phones 1239.
FOR SALE.
One of the handsomeit lot, on South
Highland,, fronting 134 feet on Highland
avenue and located In the choicest rest
dence section of the avenue. For price
and terms apply to
BROWN BROS. & CO
Ground Fi0Or. First National Bank Bldg.,
Ball Phone W.
ONE CENT A WORD
hates—one cent a word a day; nd
ad. taken tor lees than 25 cents for
firs lnser'ion. Cash must accompany
everv order. _ »H«|
REAL ESTATE.
FOR SALE
$3500—50x148. with nice 5-room cottage,
also large cement basement; in nice lo
cality. on 10th ave.. south; 1-5 cash,
balance 1 and 2 years.
$8350—One of the best constructed, mod
ern cottage homes on the South High
lands, 65x227; lot runs through to an
other desirable street, which can be
built upon; 7 rooms, basement, etc.
$4750—A splendid cottage home on South
14th ave.; corner lot; very desirable.
$6000—An 8-room residence in good local
ity, South 15th st., 50x150, with stable,
etc.; corner lot.
$30—Per front foot, nice bunding sites on
14th and 15th aves.. south! size lots to
suit purchasers.
$36—Per front foot, one or two choice
lots, 15th ave., south.
Thompson Realty Co.
2113 First avenue.
For Sale or Rent
Are you looking for a house? We have
the one you want. From $3760 to $25,000.
Come in and see us and let us show you,
w'e take pleasure In doing this.
Smith Cullom ® Co.
Real Estate, Rental and
Insurance Agents
Bell Phone 1281. 2103 First Ave.
FOB SALE
Beautiful new South Highlands home,
tan rooms, modern In every respect. On
lot 113x162. Will sell all or half of lot with
house. A bargain.
Beautiful 8-room summer home on
Shades mountain; cheap.
Six-room home on South 13th street, lot
00x160 feet.
Seven-room, North Highlands home; lot
100x120 feet, on car line.
W’e have some nice lots near Highland
avenue and beautiful Norwood property
for sale. Apply to our Real Estate De
partment.
GITIZ6NS SAYINGS BANK,
2003 First Avenue.
LEGAL NOTICES.
Notice to Sewer Contractors.
Sealed proposals will be received by the
undersigned until 12 o'clock, noon, Sat
urday, April 28. 1900, for constructing
about nine (9) miles of pipe sewers. Speci
fications may be obtained from the itnder
signed. The right Is reserved to reject
any or all bid*.
(Signed.) C. D. CI-ARK. City Clerk,
4-13-15-19-21-23-25-27. Gadsden, Ala.
A GOOD BED |
Is One Thing Everybody Wants#!
THE ORIGINAL
Perfection Mattress
$9.50
Through Your Dealer.
Beware of cheap Imitations and
"just, as good" talk.
Guaranteed to be the best bed In
the world. Write for free literature.
Perfection Mattress Co.
i Birmingham, Ala. Baltimore, Md.
Amounts received from 60 cents to 15000.
Assets .1211,269.68
Guarantee Fund and Profits.. 46,884.74
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.
DRS. DOZIER <a DOZIER S
MEDICO-SURGICAL AND ELEC
TRO-THERAPEUTIC INSTI
TUTE,
117'/i N. Twenty-first Street,
BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA.
A strictly high-class Institute for the
scientific treatment of all Chronic,
Nervous, Blood, Skin, Rectal, Female
and Qcnlto-Urlnary diseases. Deform
ities. Tumors. Stiff Joints. Cancer,
Lupus, Malignant I'lcers. Rheuma
tism. and Consumption.
Hemorrhoids, V^rlcoce e, Hernia
and Venereal Diseases of every
name, nature, form and
character are also treated
and a legal guarantee
of Cure will Be
Given
In every Case.
Our equipment, consisting of well
kept prescription department. X-Ray.
Violet Ray. Static and Gslvano-Far
adlc apparatus. Super-Heated Air,
Electric Light Cabinet, Eureka Nebuli
zer and Ozone Inhalations for nose,
throat and lungs, and a thoroughly
equipped Surgical Department, modern
and up-to-date In every particular, give
us a prestige over all competitors in
Alabama In our special line of practice.
CORRESPONDENCE INVITED.
Consultation and examination free.
Terms liberal and confidence held
Inviolate. Office hours 8 a. ni. to 7
d. m. Sundays, Sam. to 1 p. m.
A FEW OF MANY ENDORSE
M ENTS FROM THE PRESS:
The Birmingham Ledger: Drs. Do
zier are without doubt the best
known specialists In the south, and
their fame Is due entirely to their
great feklll, m
Tha Birmingham News: Both Drs
O. T. and Byron Dozier are reliable
and experienced phyzlclans and sur
g«yjns, who deserve the great success
wlflch has been and la theirs. jjj
The Age-Herald: Drz. Dozier's long
standing and approved abilities en
titlV them to tha proud distinction of
standing at tha haad of their profes
sion.
BESSEMER ID HELP
COMMERCIAL CLUB
Desires Location of Locomotive
Works in District
PRIMARY ELECTION TODAY
Brighton Democrats Will Name a
Ticket for Mayor and Aldermen.
Epworth League Gives In
teresting Entertainment.
Bessemer, April 20.—(Special.)—In an
swer to a call of President George H.
Stevenson of the Bessemer Board of
Trade a mass meeting of citizens met at
Rebie hall this afternoon at 4 o'clock and
took steps to assist the Commercial club
of Birmingham in an effort to secure the
proposed locomotive works of the South
ern Railway company in the Birming
ham district.
Resolutions were adopted endorsing the
movement and pledging the support of
the people of this city in the movement.
Several addresses were made by promi
nent business men endorsing the move
ment and pointing out the benefits that
would accrue to the district through the
location of this important Industry any
where in this section.
Epworth League Meet*.
The Epworth league of the First Meth
( odist church held their monthly literary
meeting at the church this evening at 8
o’clock.
Following is the programme rendered;
Song.
Scripture lesson.
Prayer,
Song. “The Sand Man '—Helen Oxford
and Lenorah Reynolds.
Literary Items— Kittrell Trotter.
Song, “Mamma Kissed Me in a Dream”
-Lilia Taylor, Katie Duffy and Adalene
Donegan.
Reading from Longfellow—Miss Thomp
son.
Song—Five little girls.
Paper, "The Influence of Christ Upon
the Writings of Longfellow”—Miss Sallie
May Johnston.
Solo—Mrs. Crow.
Essay on “The Life of Longfellow'—
Miss Cornelia Fulton.
Solo, “The Bridge’—Miss Lula Hard.
Will Hold Primary.
A primary election will be held In
Brighton tomorrow for the naming of a
ticket for mayor and towm officials.
The ticket headed by E. B. Knight has
no opposition in the primary and will be
elected. It is understood, however, that
Mr. Knight and his ticket will have op
position In the general election, which
will be held in May.
Following is the ticket to be voted for
tomorrow':
E. B. Knight, mayor; B. F. Baxley,
clerk; J. F. Drake, marshal; J. H. Farr,
O. E. Harmer. J. S. Willingham. C. L.
Farley and D. IT. Burgin. councilmen.
Overhauling Furnace.
No. 3 furnace of the Tennessee Coal,
Iron and Railroad company at Roberts
town, this city, Is being overhauled and
rebuilt, a large force of men being en
gaged In the work.
All the local plants of the Tennessee
company in this city and vicinity are be
ing put in good shape, and all are making
fine records. Many improvements have
been made In the furnaces and mills of
the company at this place, and the output
| is being Increased from time to time.
The industrial conditions in the Besse
mer district among all the large concerns
| operating here was never better than at
the present time.
Within the past few weeks several new
concerns have been located here, and
there is a prospect for several others of
very great Importance in the near future.
The officers of the Bessemer Board of
Trade are kept busy showing representa
tives of Important manufacturing plants
, over the district and they are confident
that within the year Bessemer will se
cure some of the largest and most im
portant Industries to be located ’ in the
Birmingham district.
Notes and Personals.
Arthur Tubb the son of Dr. J. M. Tubb,
fell and fractured his left arm yester
day afternoon while at play on the
grounds of the Bessemer High school, of
which he is a student. This is the second
fracture of this arm that you.ng Tubb lias
suffered.
Mrs. E. D. Lewis, who has been quite
ill for some time, will be carried to Nash
ville for expert treatment tomorrow
morning.
Mrs. Lena Sims will leave tomorrow
morning for Demopolis, Ala., where she
will spend about two weeks with friends
and relatives.
The Beavers of Bessemer met in regular
session tonight and had a very interest
ing session.
The best half-tone cuts are made by
the Gawk Engraving company. Age
Herald Building.
Lost by Daniel Ryan, white
Pox Terrier Dog, marked
brown on eyes and ears.
Answers to name “Teddy.”
$10.00 reward to finder and
no questions asked. Return
to Birmingham Hotel' or
Bijou Theatre.
I
! Corner Lot for SaJe
Fine Business Property
Lot 100x140 feet, southeast corner Second
Avenue and Seventeenth Street, North,
for sale on easy terms. Apply to our
Real Estate Department.
Citizens Savings B&nk
•i.. 1 - i nnrTimoipT~m'TiimTTnwpiwniiBipiiiwi—iMy^.inpM|ijpi imiiim—i
VE S, cement side
walks, paving
and guttering and sew
*%%!$ er mains included in
price of lots. Some
People seem to think it too good to be true.
"There’s no
Place like
Norwood.”
Past, Present
and Future
Say So
Present prices for lots in and around Norwood
hold good only until May 1.
Birmingham Realty Co.
2118 FIRST AVENUE
FIRST TO THE RESCUE!
New York Underwriters' Agency Will Pay Losses
In San Francisco Without Delay
(TELEGRAM)
New York, April 19.
Jemison Real Estate and Insurance Co.,
2024 Third Ave.,
Birmingham, Ala.
Shall promptly pay San Francisco losses,
as we did in Chicago and Baltimore.
A. & J. H, STODDART,
Oeneral Agents,
New York Underwriters' Agenoy,.
SEABOARD
AIR LINE RAILWAY
For Atlanta. Raleigh. Richmond, Portsmouth, Washington, Baltimore,
Philadelphia, New York, Boston and all Eastern cities.
Double Dally Trains leave Birmingham 6:35 a. m. and 2.10 p. ra.
Elegant Pullman and Cafe Diners, meals a la Carte. Reservation*
made at Union depot or city office. No. 1927, Woodward building.
For further information address:
W. E. CHRISTIAN, A. G. P. A. CHARLES B. RYAN, G. P. A.
Atlanta, Ga. Portsmouth, Va.
JACK W. JOHNSON, O. P. V.
i Phone 2382. A Elrmtngham, Ala.
'"" the WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH COMPANY.
-incorporated
23,000 OFFICES IN AMERICA._CABLE SERVICE TO ALL THE WORLD.^ _J
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ROBERT C. CLOWRY. Prenid.nt and Cenernl Mbnbfir. _
RECEIVED at 1119 FIRST AVENUE,BlrmlnghimiJUa*
500 AN.F. 36-paid
Hartford, Conn., April 19th, ’06.
Jno. M. Cartwright & Co,,
Birmingham, Ala.
No definite advices are as yet obtainable from San Francisco,
but the HARTFORD will pay its losses there promptly and in full, as
at Baltimore, Boston and Chicago. Continue business as usual.
Write all desirable risks offered.
GEORGE L. CHASE, President*

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