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j H, i. Porter Co, (Inc.) Aupjsta. G. STORES Mo», N. Neel Co, tint' Macon,G*. I Shirts for The Boys. And whoever heard of a boy having too many shirts or shirtwaists? Sturdy shirts at Porter-Neel’s. The sort that stand baseball and tree climbing and boys thoughtlessness. Boys’ Negligee Shirts, attached cuffs in madras—at 75c and 1.00 Pongee, with soft collar and cuffs — sizes 12 to 14 — 1.00 Boys’ Negligee Shirts—all colors— 50c Mothers’ Friend Blouse Waists with collars attached or no collars; striped madras— 50c and 75c Underwear Bojrs’ Shirts, short sleeve or long sleeve. Ankle or Knee Drawers, garment— 25c In white lisle thread— 50c “Shawknit” Black Stockings— 25c See Porter-Neel’s 10c Black Light Ribbed Stockings for Boys. 1922 FIRST AVENUE LEATHERWOOD GETS A LONG SENTENCE A 17-YEAR-OLD BOY GOES TO THE PENITENTIARY FOR FIFTEEN YEARS FOR THE MURDER OF C. ZOOBER, A PLAYMATE. Meridian, Miss., April 23.—(Special,)— George Leatherwood, the 17 year old boy who killed C. Zoober. his playmate, near McNeil, this state, during a fist light, lie cutting the throat of fils victim aS well a.s almost severing his arm, was sen tenced to the penitentiary for fifteen years at Poplarville. The youth and those in the crowded court room wept a.s the judge feelingly talked to him in passing sentence. Ranse Brooks, a negro, shot and se riously wounded N. N. Wheeler, a white planter, about four miles from this city. The planter told the negro to return some borrowed articles and called t'he negro a liar when the latter claimed to have already returned them. The negro drew a pistol, saying he would not take a lie from any white man, and shot one time, the bullet taking effect near the right hip joint. A posse of angry citizens are said to be scouring'the woods for the negro with threats of lynching if he is caught. Accusing one negro of being a police pimp, four others attempted to assault Ike Bell at the latter's home, in the out skirts of the city. Bell shot one of the negroes in the arm, and then had all four i arrested. It was shown in t.*he trial that the negroes lmd disguised themselves and waited at Bell's door for him. Each was heavily fined by the Mayor for attempt ing whitecapping. Tired and nervous women find help in Hood’s Sarsaparilla. It enriches their blood. DRS. DOZIER <11 DOZIER S MEDICO-SURGICAL AND ELEC TRO-THERAPEUTIC INSTI TUTE, 1171^ N. Twenty-first Street, BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA. A strictly high-class Institute for the scientific treatment of all Chronic, Nervous, Blood, Skin, Rectal, Female and Genlto-Crinary diseases. Deform ities, Tumors, Stiff Joints, Cancer, Lupus, Malignant Ulcers. Rheuma tism, and Consumptjon. Hemorrhoids, Varicocele, Hernia and Venereal Dlaeaaes 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 Galvano-Far adio 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 houre 8 a. m. to 7 p. m. Sundays, 8 a. m. to 1 p. m. A FEW OF MANY ENDORSE MENTS FROM THE PRES8: The Birmingham Ledger: Drs. Do zier are without doubt the best known specialists In the south, and their fame la due entirely to their great skill. The Birmingham News: Both Drs. O. T. and Byron Dozier are reliable ■nd experienced physicians and sur geons. who deserve the greet success wrlch has been and is theirs. The Age-Herald: Drs. Dozier's long ttagdlng and approved abilities en tttW them to the proud distinction of standing at the head of their profes DR. W.H. WHARTON AT TUSCALOOSA PREACHES TO A LARGE CONGRE GATION AND MUCH INTEREST IS TAKEN—GRAHAM PARKER RE- i PORTED SAFE IN FRISPJ. Tuscaloosa, April 23.—(Sedan—Great in terest is being manifested here In the revival services tliat are being conducted ! at the Baptist church by Dr. H. M. W'har- j ton. Services were held three times yes terday, and all three- were greatly ap preciated. Last night crowds of people were turned away from the church on account of there not being room. All available standing room was taken and the church was packet] to its utmost ca pacity. Numbers respond to the earnest i propositions of the preacher, and doubt less all of the churches in town will be materially Increased in numbers before the meeting is concluded, and all will probably feel good effects from Its work. Little Oliver Blair, son of Mayor Blair, seriously injured his hand at an Easter egg bunt Saturday. He had a bad fall in the woods and cut up 'his wrist very painfully, The wound was attended to and although quite a. number of stlchcs were necessary, tile little fellow Is doing very nicely. Dr. VV. A. Parker received a telegram this morning announcing that his son. Graham Parker, who is a United States army man, and stationed at San Fran cisco, came out of the earthquake at that place safely. Much anxiety has been felt about 'him as he was known to lie, stationed in the city and nothing could In* heard from him. Mrs. N. N. Clements and Mrs. S. P. Adams, her daughter, and Miss Belle Clements are also on the slope, being now at Monterey. Air. Hardy Clements, their brother, has sent a num ber of telegrams, but has as yet re ceived nothing from them. Since Alnii terey wus not severely affected, however, he thinks that no news is good news. Mississippi Decisions. Jackson, Miss.. April 23.—(Special).—The supreme court handed down tlie following decisions to-day: By Justice Truly—Yazoo and Mississippi Valley Railroad vs. J. J. Cox. Wilkinson county; reversed and remanded. Gene Buttle vs. state, Winston county; reversed and remanded. Theo Sturgcss vs. W. J. Jackson, Laud erdale county; reversed and remanded, and bill dismissed. William Bennett vs. state, Madison county; affiined. By Justice Calhoon—Jim Dorsey vs. state, Yazoo county: affirmed. Ezra Hampton vs. state, Kemper coun ty, reversed and remanded. S. Maleeney vs. D. W. Duley, Harrison county; affirmed. Marion Dodd vs. state, Carroll county; affirmed. Arthur Thompson vs. state, Madison county; affirmed. By Chief Justice Whitfield—Yazoo and Mississippi Valley Railroad company vs. A. C. Shoemaker, motion to strike out stenographers’ notes; sustained. John F. Rodge vs. R. M. Kelley, War ren county; reversed and remanded. City of Meridian vs. Mrs. Rosa Poole, Lauderdale county; reversed ahd re manded. William Horn vs. state, Harrison coun ty; affirmed, and June 22 fixed as date of execution. F. M. Bowles vs. Mrs. Pink Bowles, Leflore county; affirmed. No appeal having been taken in the ease of William Dennis, his life, sentence for murder was affirmed at the sugges tion of the attorney general. The affirma tion in the ease of Will Horn was ex pected. He is the ‘tfegro who murdered the boss of the chain gang. Smith, at. Hattiesburg, several months ago, and who freely admitted the crime while in jail in this city to save him from the ven geance of the mob that lynched two of his companions. The case was tried in Harrison county on charge of venue. Ore Banks Sold. Talladega, April 23.—(Special.)—Heacobk Riser grey ore banks were sold today to Dcruglass Gordon of Baltimore, for. $30, 000. BOARD OF TRADE TO GIVE BANQUET Will Entertain Business and Pro fessional Men AT GRAND HOTEL TONIGHT George H. Stevenson, President of the Organization, Will Be Toastmaster for the Occasion—A Number of Speeches Scheduled. Bessemer, April 23.—(Special.)—The ban quet to be given tomorrow night by the members of tlie Bessemer Board of Trade to their friends and the business and professional men of the city and com munity, who are not members of the organization promises to be one of the most successful and elaborate affairs of the kind ever held in tills city. The special committee on arrangement, headed by W. T. Kennedy, has been hard at work making preparations for the affair and they have left nothing undone for Its success. The intention of the banquet is to draw the business people of Bessemer together to discuss the opportunities and needs of the district and the value of the Board of Trade in securing new industries and advertising the advantages of Bessemer and the district. The officers of the Board of Trade de sire the assistance and co-operation of c\cry business and professional man in Bessemer and community in the work of the organization and it is hoped that by getting them together and presenting tiie objects of the organization in the proper shape that these people will be induced to become members. The Board of Trade has already ac complished much good for the district and now has on foot several projects that promise great things for the community 4f successfully put through and the offi cers are hopeful of accomplishing their aims. Well Advertised. The barmuet has been advertised In a very url, |e manner and it is believed that moa )f the prominent business men of the cl£f and community will bo as sembled fcVound the festal board tomor row night'. A number of addresses will he made and the entertainment committee lias been careful In the preparation of a programme that will interest and entertain every guest. Following is the programme: Toastmaster—George H. Stevenson. “Why Should Bessemer Wait?"—W. T. Kennedy. “Bessemer’s Prospects”—H. W. Crook. “Bessemer’s Advantages”—J. T. Mc Inery. “Bessemer's Present”—R. F. Smith. “The Board of Trade and Us Objects”— W. T. Gunn. “Do We Stand or Fall?”—Walter S. Gilbert. The banquet will be held at the Grand hotel beginning at S o’clock. Notes and Personals. The basket ball season will be closed in Bessemer tomorrow night when the , local Beaver team will play the Pratt j City Athletic club team at Beaver’s hall. The Beavers have made a good record during the season and are hopeful of winning the closing contest tomorrow night. Tt Is expected that the attend ance will be good. Miss Carrie Ackenhausen, money order clerk at the Bessemer postoffice, who has been quite ill for several days at her home at Falrview, is improving and will go to the home of her parents in Cin cinnati tomorrow, where she will remain until her health is fully recovered. The Baptist Young People's union of the First Baptist church was reorganized last night and the following officers elect ed: e. g. Moore, president; G. Herbert, vice president and Miss Carrie Owen, secretary and treasurer. AUBURN LOST. Dumb Base Running Lost Game to M. M. I. Auburn, April 23.-1 Special. i-Auburn showed the effects of the Tuscaloosa trip today and played dumb ball against M. M. I., losing by the score of 1 to i. With the exception of Skinner the Auburn play ei-R were unable to hit Felser, who pitched for Marlon. Auburn lost the game by dumb base running and costly errors, all of Marlon's runs being unearned. Weems, for Au burn, struck out thirteen, while Felser fanned only ten. The teams will play again Tuesday and Wednesday. Batteries: Weems and Burgess; Felser and Hamm. WORKMEN WILL BE PAID. Order Issued for Discontinuance of Carrying Firearms. San Francisco, April 23.—Mayor Schmitz today issued a proclamation announcing that all persons regularly employed In the work of clearing and renovating thp city would be paid. Chief of Police Dinan has issued an or der to the police commanders Instructing them in view of the carelessness of per sons granted the privilege of carrying firearms to notify said persons to dis continue wearing weapons of any descrip tion as it Is entirely unnecessary. Decided Minority Events. Athens. April 23.—The day was spent Lin deciding minority events on the pro gramme of the Olympic games, including football, lawn tennis, shooting ami cy cling. In which the Americans did not compete. The rowing anil swimming com petitions, and a continuation of the shoot ing contfCts are on the programme for tomorrow. NO WOMAN can keep up her ambition if she is weak and delicate. Sickness brings on worry, discontent and “the blues.” Every such sufferer should know that if she would only commence taking HOSTETTER’S STOMACH BITTERS at on>.Q. good health, happiness and content, nt will be her sure reward. For 53 y*. rs it has been strengthening weak systems and curing Cramps, Vomiting, Backache, Fainting 8peiia, Indigestion, Dyspepsia or Costiveness. Try a fcgt*1' DR. JOHN W. STAGG SPEAKS AT DECATUR HE IS CONDUCTING A SERIES OF BIBLE STUDIES AT CHAUTAU QUA DURING THE PRESENT WEEK—OTHER FEATURES. New' Decatur, Ala., April 23.—A large | and appreciative audience greeted the Rev. Dr. John \Y. Stagg. the noted Bir mingham minister, at the Payne theater here yesterday afternoon. The subject of his sermon was "Holiness." In the morning Dr. Stagg preached at the First Presbyterian church, Decatur, to a large congregation. During the present week he will conduct a series of Bible studies for one hour each morning at the Chautauqua, which is in session hero. At the Chautauqua this afternoon Prof. IOdwin S. Wiley of Nashville, Tonn., de livered a very brilliant lecture on "Ham let." During the afternoon session to day an hour was given to music. In which Miss Theresa Wallen, New De catur’s child musician, took the leadin'? part, and captivated her audience, as she I always does. Miss Lillian Dearing, the talented reader and impersonator, took part In the program this afternoon, and won much applause. At 7:30 o’clock this evening the choral clases* under the direction of Douglas Powell, spent a most profitable hour In the study of music. Tonight Hon. Wallace Bruce, of Brook lyn. N. Y., delivered a lecture on "Burns." Tomorrow afternoon Hon. Wallace Bruce will lecture on "The Women of Shakespeare.” and on tomorrow night there will he a song and piano recital by Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Powell. The Chautauqua meeting is proving a success In every particular, and has been the means of bringing a large crowd of strangers to the city, who are attending the meetings. Hon. Henry A. Skeggs of Decatur, who is a candidate for associate railroad com missioner, will commence an active cam paign of the state after May 1. Mr. Skeggs’ friends believe he will carry • the Eighth district solid, and he is reeelV- j lug many encouraging reports from other districts in the state. His friends are j sanguine of his success. INFANT IS LEFT ON DOOR STEPS Prof. Rienzi Thomas of Birmingham Will Assist In Musical Recital at Greenville. Greenville, April 23.—(Special.)—A sen sation was sprung on the Reddick Springs neighborhood, four miles from here, Sat urday morning by some one leaving a beautiful baby girl at the home of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. howls. Its cries awoke the family and on investigation Mr. hewis found the child on the front porch sung ly wrapped in a basket. A note pinned to Its clothes said: “Take good care of little May." The baby seems to be sev eral months old. This makes the third child left at homes near here during the past eighteen months. There is no clue to its identity. An organ recital will be given at the Methodist church tomorrow night, planned in honor of the splendid new pipe organ recently purchased. Prof. Rienzi Thomas of Birmingham and Mr. Van Pelt of Mont gomery will assist the church choir and a rare musical treat is in store for all who attend. Mrs. J. M. McKenzie has returned from Birmingham, accompanied by her daugh ter, Mrs. C. F. Winkler. APPEALS FAIL. Bibb County Criminals Must Serve Their Sentences. ♦ ♦ ■Centerville, April 23—(Special).—The de fendants in the criminal cases who ap pealed from the courts of Bibb county to the supreme court some months ago had rather “rough sailing" in the supreme court. There were four appeals, three from the circuit court and one from the* county court. All the appeals from the circuit court were affirmed, and the ap peal from the county court was dismissed by tlie supreme court. Alex Smith, a young white man, who was convicted of murder in the second degree and given a sentence of ten years In the penitentiary, will in* at once taken to the penitentiary to begin ills sentence, as Ids appeal to the supreme court availed him nothing. Ben Smith, another white man. who was given fifteen years in tlie peniten tiary for murder, will also have to begin his sentence, as the decision of the higher court was adverse to him. From a standpoint of crime, Bibb coun ty is more quiet than it lias been In many years. There are fewer prisoners In Jail here now than there lias been for some time. It is very dry here now. and the farm ers say that the dry weather is getting to be severe, as the ground is j)o hard that it cannot in* plowed, and the seed that have been planted cannot come up. Richmond Steele, postmaster of Kolinc, who has been desperately ill for some weeks, is reported better, and Ids physi cians say in* will recover. Several of the physicians of Bibb coun ty attended the meeting of th*» State Medical Society at Birmingham last week. TO SAIL NEXT SUNDAY. Gen. Luke E. Wright Goes to Japan As Ambassador. Memphis April 23. -Gen. Luke E. Wright left Memphis today to accept the position of ambassador to Japan, to which lie was appointed by President Roosevelt some months ago. He was accompanied by Mrs. Wright and his daughter. Miss Kath erine Wright. From Memphis General Wright will cross the continent to the Pacific slope and will said from Seattle, Wash., April 29. General Wright expects to reach Japan in time to enter upon the discharge of the duties of his position by June 1. Brought to St. Louis. Jacksonville. April 23.—(Special.»—Chief of Police L. S. King, who was shot ac cidentally while examining an old gun re cently, was taken to the St. Vincent's hos pital in Birmingham yesterday for treat ment. Mr. King's wound is more serious than was at first believed. It Is feared that the bullet entering the leg punctured the bag containing the lubricating fluid for the knee, and In this event, It is said it will likely render his condition preca rious. He has made an excellent officer, and his expenses to Birlmnghnm, as well i as his medical fees are being defrayed I by the city. The Laxative «f 1 Known Qualitm Thorn aro two classes of remedies; those of known qual ity and which aro permanently beneficial in effect, acting gently, in harmony with nature, when nature needs assist ance; and another class, composed of preparations of unknown, uncertain and inferior character, acting tempo • rarily, hut injuriously, as a result of forcing the natural functions unnecessarily. One of the most exceptional of the remedies of known quality and excellence is the ever pleasant Syrup of Figs, manufactured by the California Fig Syrup Co., which represents the active principles of plants, known to not most Denenciauy, in a pleasant syrup, in which the wholesome Californian blue figs arc used to con i' tribute their rich, yet delicate, fruity flavor. It is the remedy of all remedies to sweeten and refresh and cleanse the system P gently and naturally, and to assist one in overcoming cousti pation and the many ills resulting therefrom. Its active princi £ pies and quality are known to physicians generally, and the remedy lias therefore met with their approval, as well as with | the favor of many millions of well informed persons who know of their own personal knowledge and from aetnal experience that, it is a m*»st excellent laxative remedy. We do not claim that it will cure all manner of ilia, but recommend it lorn hat it really represents, a laxative remedy of known quality and excellence, Yj containing nothing of an objectionable or injurious character, vf There are two classes of purchasers; those who are informed as to the quality of what, the. buy and the reasons for the excellence of articles of cxceplional merit, and who do not lack courage to go elsewhere when a dealer offers an imitation of any well known article; but, unfortunately, there are some people who do not know, and who allow themselves to be imposed upon. They cannot expect its beneficial effects if they do not get the genuine remedy. To the credit of the druggists of the United States be it, said that nearly all of them value their reputation for professional integrity and the good will of their customers too highly to offer imitations of the Genuine—Syrup of Figs manufactured by the California Jig Syrup Co., and in order to buy the genuine article and to get its beneficial effects, one has only to note, when purchasing, the full name of the Company— California Fig Syrup Co.—plainly printed on the front of every package. Price, 60c. per bottle. One size only. fed:ral buildings WILL BE REBUILT The President Assures Senator Flint That All Damages Will Be Re paired at Once. Washington, April 23.-At a conference today between the President and Senator Flint of California the question of the* reconstruction of the federal buildings damaged, or destroyed in California by the earthquake and fire, was discussed. As soon as official information shall reach the President of the amount of money necessary to repair the loss, -he told Sen ator Flint that he would send to Congress a special message requesting it to make appropriations to cover the loss. Agents of the treasury department have been sent not only to San Frttndsco but also to San Jose, Oakland, Sacramento and other California cities where the gov ernment buildings were damaged by the earthquake, to obtain accurate estimates for the necessary appropriations. Every government building In western California is believed to be either destroyed or dam aged. All of them in San Francisco, Oak land. San Jose and Sacramento will need repairs at least, and one or two will have to be replaced entirely. Amendments invalidated. Little Hock, Ark.. April 23—'The state supreme court handed down a decision to day that invalidates three constitutional amendments. The case in point involved the right of the governor to fill official vacancies by appointment, and it was , held by the supreme court that the I amendment was not adopted for the rea- j son that it did not receive a majority of ! all the* votes cast at the election at which ' it was submitted, notwithstanding it re- j coivcd a majority of all the votes on that particular question. The poll tax amendment requiring all voters to have poll tax receipts and the road tax amendment providing for a levy of a special 0 mill tax for road improve ments are affected in a like manner. The official vacancies must now be filled ' by election under the old law. The road tax cannot be levied and poll tax requisite is invalid. FACTS IN NATURE. Not Only Do We Get In»p!ration From Nature, But Health as Well. For people who are run down and nerv ous. who suffer from indigestion or dys pepsia, headache, biliousness, or torpid liver, coated tongue with bitter taste in the morning and poor appetite, it be comes necessary to turn to some tonic or strengthener which will assist Nature and help them to get on their feet and pot tlie (tody into its proper condition. It is becoming more and more apparent that Nature’s most valuable health • giving agents are to he found ill forest plants and roots. Nearly forty years ago. Dr. 1>.\ . I torce. now consulting physician to the Invalids’ Hotel and Surgical Institute, at Buffalo, N. Y.. discovered that by sclentilirally extracting and combining certain medici nal principles from native roots, taken from our A merlcan forests, he could pro duce a medicine which was marvelously j efficient in curing cases of blood disorder i ami liver and stomach trouble as well as many other chronic, or lingering ail ments. This concentrated cstrast of Nature’s vitality he named "Holden Med ical Discovery." It purities the biood by putting the stomach and liver into healthy condition, thereby helping the digestion and assimilation of food which feeds the blood. Thereby it cures weak stomach. Indigestion, torpid liver, or bil iousness, and kindred derangements. If you have coated tongue, with bitter or had taste in the morning, frequent headaches, feel weak.easily tired, stitches or pain In side, back gives out easily and aches, la-1 china of gas. constipation, or irregular bowels, feel flashes of heat al ternating with chilly sensation? or kin dred symptoms, they point to derange ment of your stomach, 11 vur and kidneys, which the "Holden Medj-al Discovery" will correct more ppeV.ily and perma nently than any other known agent. Con tains no alcohol or habit-forming drugs. All its ingredients printed In plain Bng llsh on wrapper. The solo motive for substitution Is to permit the dealer to make a little jnore profit. He gains; you lose. Accept no sub stitute for ’’Holden Medical Discovery." Constipation causes and aggravates many serious diseases. It Is thoroughly cured by Dr. Pierce’s Pleasant Pellets. One a laxative; two or throe are cathartic. A FreeTriptothe Indian Territory Are you going to the Indian Terri tory this summer? If so, why not take advantage of our free transportation offer and be ready to go with the crowd in August? Here is an opportunity that may not be offered you again in a lifetime. The Indian Territory Land and im migration Company, a corporation of Spiro, I. T., is a company organized with a capital stock of $100,000.00, and it is their purpose to bring about the most rapid development possible, in the vicinity ot Spiro and Bokoshe, In dian Territory. In order to do so the company is making n proposition to tlie people of Alabama and other states east of (he Mississippi river, whereby free transportation from Birmingham and other cities in the east can be se curod\ and it is certain that, thousands are going to take advantage of this most ltberal offer and go to see that ; grand and promising country, which i lias been rightfully termed THE LAND OF OPPORTUNITY The Indian Territory is today the richest in resources, and offers to those who are willing to prosper, the great est opportunities of any country under Uncle Sam’s ting. You would never regret a trip to the little city of Bokoshe. It is situated on a beautiful sloping prairie in the Choctaw Nation, at the crossing of the Midland Valley anil Fort Smith and Western railroads, where the country is new and undeveloped—where the land is as rich and productive ns the ‘‘Isle of Paradise”—and in the midst of the Government Coal Land Segrega tion, known as the McCurtain Massey ; District. There are thousands of aoren of this segregation around Bokoshe, I and four new mines have recently : been opened within a mile of the town, and the coal Is of the very best qual ity. The tide of immigration front every state in the union is turning to wards the Indian Territory, anil the country is being rapidly developed and the towns are going to lie of even more rapid growth than the Oklahoma towns have been. There are thonsunds of people who invested a few dollars in Oklahoma City. Guthrie. Shawnee. Lawton and ' almost hundreds of other towns in Oklahoma, in many of the Indian Ter ritory towns, such as Muskogee, South McAlester, Wllberton, Tulsa. Sulphur, | Poteau and many other towns, and \ many of the lots that sold three years ago for fro $45.00 to $60.00 are worth today from $1,000.00 to $30,000.00 each, and In most all these towns the cheap est lot. that can be found today is worth twenty times its cost to the original purchase# The little city of Bokoshe has nat ural advantages ove- many other towns, and promises to be of most ra’ id growth. Every dollar you la ves there low is sure to bring you back two within a very few- months. If you are interested and want to h< ; Bokoshe. see J. R. DYKH at COLUMBIANA, ALA. and secure at once a voucher, which entitles you to free transportation August 5th, to Bokoshe and return. This offer i' only good until May 10th, and if you are going to visit that beau i,ml country ueyqno me AjiBBiBmmjf, call on or write to Mr. Dyke today, and make your arrangements to join the crowd at Birmingham, August 5th. Indian Territory Land & Immigration Co. Mew Sleeping Car Line BIRMINGHAM ...=10—— NEW YORK via Southern Railway THROUGH SLEEPER leaves Birmingham daily at 6:40 a. m., passes through Washington, Baltimore, Philadelphia, and arrives in New York 1.03 (noon; next day. This sleeper is handled on No. ?B, 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. OWIYGS TYPEWRITER CO. Southern Dealers. Agents Wanted. 2105 Second Avenus READ THE AGE-HERALD-ALL THE NEflj