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RATES—One cer‘ a word a day; no ad. taken for less than 26 cents for flrat Insertion. Cush auat accompany ' M'erv order. j ' $50,000 Per Month to loan by The Alabama Home to build homes and to repay mort anges. The limit of cost Is lower than in any other company. Apply to W. V. M. ROBERTSON, Genera! Manaser. 2009 Flrat Ave. J THE AGE-HERALD wilt print a 11 advertisements o f "Situations Wanted’’ FREE OF COST If you want a position, ask for it in this column. Everv ( body will read your want and if you be worthy you will find employment __—- I WANTED. ■HAVINCMOc at 1921 4th avenue, t-lft-tt ‘WANTED—Customer* for showcases, lion *ftfes and Carrara paint. Alabama Gro cery company. ^»ti WANTED—To buy a young horse; gentle: saddle and driving purpose*; prices not over $125. J. W. O.. care Age-Herald. /WANTED—To buy one :> or 6-room house near the car Hne; cost from $!<;00 to $2000. ’ Address B. care A go-Herald. 6-11-2t—fri-sun. WANTED—Reliable~people to know about our new scale $40** Budden & Bate* piano; fourth club now forming at $287, with stool and scarf; pay $10 at first then $8 month and interest; 1*. & B* pianos are "warranted for a life time. ‘ In case of death of purchaser we give family a receipt in full for balance due on piano; you keep it in the home; be In time; write for booklet No. 48. Lud den & Bates, Savannah, Ga. • 4-20-13t-fr1-su-wed % ANTED—To ’buy one 4 or 5-rooni house in ten or twelve blocks of postofflee ' (for colored*, on. terms Address Buyer, care Age-Herald. 5-11 -2t-frl-sii 1 Wanted Owners to fist their propi with us. We have quick buyers for homes, timber and mineral lands. W. S. Terrell & Co.. 327 Hood Building. Peo ple's phone 1**34. _ 5-6 tf SITUATIONS W..NTED. to obtain a position as housekeeper, but will do no cooking or washing; or as companion for lady, either at home or to travel. Address Mrs. M. 1>.. care Ag< Herald. r.-ii-Jt WANTED—SituatiorTaa~\ ravel ing sales tnan. commission basis; references. Ad ii t egs l*. O. Box 149. n-ll-3t \\ A NTE D— PosTtl on aVro Hector or sales man by young man with experience in both lines; reference and bond if neces sary. Address "Note." care Age-Her ald. __ \\ wri'i» Posit ton b> white g$ri of i e fined culture as nurse. Address M. B., care Age-Herald. WANTED—Young b«dy desires position as cashier. Address "K." care Age-Herald. —-rr—:—r-:— - HELP WANTED. _ WANTEFirst class pattern maker, hclpa*t»r boiler shops, out of city; of ll^'T.oy. elevator boy. wrappers, waiters. m'(white) cafe: other good jobs. 458 Hood building. ___ HEL.' WANTED—FEMALE. WANTED- A lady 25^1 o 40 years of age to collect. 1‘nloti Discount Co., 518 Wood ward Bldg. WANTED—A good housekeeper to run the company hoarding house at a blast fur nace plant, on a salary; must be first class; references must be given. Ad dress, Pig Iron, care Age-Herald. ___5-11 -3t HELP WANTED—MALE. WANTED—■Helper for sign painter; no durles. Hermitage, 17th hi., between 1st and 2d ave. Room No. ft. 5-10-3t WANTED— An active man. railroad man preferred, to solicit accident insurance i on tlte Frisco railroad; territory from Springlleld. Mo. to Birmingham. Ad dress Mr. .V. I'el r son. 2112 Rialto Bldg., Kansas City, Mo. 5-ll-8t WAN TED-"Experienced manager for es tablished furniture store who can in vest $2000 in preferred stock of company. Good salary to right party. State age, experience and references. Box *’.42, Ma con, <ia. u-9-2t-we-frl THOUSANDS of men owe their advance ment to us; if you ore a competent mail we have a position for you; write for booklet. Hnpgoods. iittll Williamson Bldg.. Cleveland. Ohio, and 72*1 Bark Bldg.. Blushing. Pit. Vt A a-i El» For U. is. army; ame-oodled unmarried tner. between ages of 21 and lu; citizen* of United States of good character and temperate habits, who can gpeak. read and write English. Ap ply to recruiting officer. 7Vfc N. 20th St.. Birmingham. Ala 7-1-ly WANTED—100.00*1 plumbers, plasterers, bricklayers, for Sun Francisco; we pre pare you in few weeks; union card guaranteed; free catalogue. Coyne Bros.* Trade Schools, New York, Chicago, St. Louis. 4-28-tf ANTED- Fifteen good non-union mold.' ers: steady work: machinery job shop. Address United Iron Works Company. Springfield. Mo. 5-S-lOt WANTED — F irst-eiass, well dressed, strictly sober solicitors for newspaper work here and In the south. High grade proposition and good pay;-can use iom» good book men. Call between the hours of 8 and 9 a. m. and 4 and t:3«! p m.. Mr. Wakeman. Age-Hera Id offle*_3-20-tf SALESMEN WANTED. HP aide line a high-class proposition with unusual Inducements. We have a salesman whose commissions in 25 days were $367. without interfering with his regular business. Correspondence strict ly confidential No samples. I*. O. Bok 226. City. 4-6-Tt BOARDERS WANTED. REFINED board can be hail n'T'SEMlth uve.; rooms and table board. 5-ll-2t ELEGANT room with hoard 122 16th st ; corner 5th ave. r»-l 1 -4t FURNISHED rooms ami board. 1903 5th avenue, north. 5-11-5t ROOM with lviard 22"9 6th av. 4-27to5-13 PLEASANT room; good board. 7(»1 S. 20th street. 5-7-6t ROOMS AND BOARD WANTED. WANTED Two furnished rooms for light, housekeeping. Address S. C. J.. rare Age-lbrald.5-9-3t MONEY TO LEND. MONET to loan on pianos] Household goods or any other kind of personal property. City Loan and Banking com pany, 106 North 21st St. Bell phone 240. 4-14-tf MONET LOANED SALARIED PEOPLE without security; easy payments. Union Discount Co.. 618 Woodward Bldg. 10-6-tf MON®T to loan on real estate at lowest rate. Apply Alabama Trust and Savings company. 2026 3d avenue. Maesev build ing,t “ for^entt rrr pOR^RESrT^NSJPcoUageT216 south 19th street, e*9-5t ONE CENT A WORD. hates—One cent a word a day; no ad. taken tor less than 25 cents for ilrgt insertion. Cash must accompany every order. _ LAND TITLES, TITLE INSURANCE . . ; Jefferg'-n, Shelby and St. Clair County Title Business Exclusively. Birmingham Title and Guarantee Company 225 Twenty-first Street. J. K. BBOCKMAN. General Manager. (Organized July. **>.> SOUTHERN AUDIT CO Export acrourtinp !»• ail Its branch®*. Periodical examination* mad*. Naw *7*" temp Installed. 210 First National Bank. Bell phon* 63). FOR SALE. F<)R HALE—$4600; No. 714 North 26th at.; 8-room house. W. B. Leedy & Co. 6*U-7t FOR HALE—Valuable property situated on banks of Silver Lake, Port Dover, Canada; suitable for gentleman'a resi dence or sanitarium. Address Mrs. \V. R. Llddy, Port Dover, Ontario, Canada. FOR SALE—Good farms. Alabama. Ar kansas. Mississippi. Tennessee, Texas. Virginia; good homes: Birmingham and Birmingham district; rea.i oatate l>ar galns. John L. Ray, 638 First National. FOR SALE—Roller top office desk and typewriter, cheap. Apply 306 Challfoux Bldg. 6-11 -6t FOR HALE—Corner lot 70x150. on South Highlands of East Lake; within 160 feet of car line; will aell cheap. Addresa Box 56. care Age-Herald. 2-11-tf ROOM 8~F O RRENL FOR RENT—Newly furnished front room; all conveniences. 2409 fifth ave. Bell phone 3030. FOR RENT—Best room a in the city. Hotel Eagle; 26c to 11.00; corner 24th at. and 2d avenue: 4-4-tf NICELY furnished rooms; all modern conveniences; reasonable rates. 2230 3rd ave. FOIl RENT—Room, with dressing room. 2030 6th avenue. 5-3-ood-tf PLEASANT room; good board. 701 South 20th street. 5-7-5t. FOR RENT—Three furnished rooms for housekeeping on first floor: furnished rooms on second floor for light house keeping or without electric lights. 703 North 19th st. fi-0-3t FOR RENT—Four handsome newly fur nished rooms. 1 square from East Lake park. On Sloss avenue, between 82d and 83d streets. Apply J. A. Moffett. 4-6-7t BUSJNESSJMHANCES. ^ MARCONI Wireless Telegraph Stock! Subscriptions to the stock of the Alar coni Wireless Telegraph Corupipif' of Canada, may he filed jwlDf the' under signed at his ott\cc‘S"So. 3tv4 21at street, north. hMiTl particulars oq application. N. LF oewall, correspondent of Mun rpfs & Munroe, managers fur tjie Mar /oni underwriters. su-wed-fri-5-6-3t LOST. STRAYED OR STOLEN. LOST—Fox terrier, one tan ear and one tan spot, around eye; answers to name of Muse. Reward by returning to Mor ris hotel. 5-ll-3t LOST OR STOLEN—Open-faced gold watch; my name around face; liberul reward for any Information leading to or its return to E. W. VanDuzen, Jr., 121 S, 20th street.4-17-tf PERSONAL. PERSONA l/—$10.00 reward for information leading to the location of one Armstrong 1 "bright Piano, No. 48499. supposed to be sold and delivered to 1169 8tli ave., Bir mingham, in November. 1903. Frank Fite Music Co., Nashville, Tenn. 5-ll-14t. MISCELLANEOUS. MRS. ROOSEVELT says the Perfection Egg Separator and Beater Is the handi est article I know of where eggs are used; saves time, trouble and muss, Sample 12c. Hinge Novelty Co., Hinge, N. C. _ ANY poor" girl needing friendship .help, advice, etc., will And ready and willing assistance by applying to the matron of Salvation Army Rescue Horne. 33rd «L and Ave E. Birmingham. Ala. 6-14-tf 1*1 AND a tid furniture polisher; oil a ml wax finishes; select upholstering; do work at your home If desired; 24 year#’ experience. Paxton, Specialist, Bell 3272. 5-8-7t PIANO and furniture polish; guaranteed good; quarts. $1; for sale at Patton pope Drug Co. and Housman pharmacy. 5-8t-7t _ 1 REAL E8TATE. FOR SALE. I 15 acres, fronts Me Adam road . nd a rail- ; road ami two blocks from oar line; a J beauty; $G00 per acre. 5*room house, Klyton, on car line; loL j 68x140; price $275o; terms very easy; in | splendid ttx; bath. gas. etc. 3 acres near baseball ground*; railroad front 700 feet; cheap for cash. Sit acres near Calmba. river; surface right. 30 acres cleared, balance lti original tim ber. Price $1000; terms $250, balance one, two or three years with interest, L. G. PETTYJOHN, PlWD6l 4$5 atul 1101. 188(^4 3d Ave. £0R SALE. $75Ut> Large lot S-r. res.. blk. S. 20. $30 Pr. ft., lovely Ave. K lot. $2000—Lot cor. Ave. H and 13th St. $2800—Nice home In Richmond Place. $1750—Good 7-r. house, Ave. I). cor. $8000—200x140 5 houses, Ave. I> cor. $12.500—I«arge lot. close in. S. 20th st. $20,000—2nd ave. store 21 and 22 sts. $30.000—2-story brick store, pays $2400. $10,000—75*140 2nd Ave.. 25 and 26 sts. $50,000-- 3-story brick, cor. pays $4500. $7000—60x140 3 Ave. 24 st., Improved, $10,000—50x140 4 Ave. 23 and 24 sts. $6500— Nice 2-story res.. N. 18 st. SMW*—Pretty Norwood lot. $»t5txi Handsome new Norwood house. $.*000—6 new bouses, K. Lake, rents $720. M’CON N ELL &. ANGLIN, Both phones 1523. 2018 Third Ave. j FOK SALE CHEAP. $1350—6 hoiu'h al Huffman. Just above j Fast Lake; 3-room house, on pike road, this Is the famous Dr. Gamble place, rich land, elegant location. $3600—70 foot lot on 13th street, near 11th ave.. South Highlands; very cheap; stone wall and steps; ideal place for nice i home; easy terms. $32..o— Five Points home, ltth avenue, be tween 19th and 20th streets. 8-room 2 vtory house: modern, fronts south; great bargain. $22,f>Oo—50x140 on 5th avenue, only 100 feet from 20th street, cheapest snap In neigh borhood of great Jcffc* • '• >tcl, soon to go up. S. E. THOMPSON, Agent. Bell Phone No. 24. 223 21st St, FOR SALE $16,000—Store; IStti street, between 1st and 2d avenues. $7000—Residence; 50x100 : 22nd street, near 5Uj avenue. $60u0—Residence; Avenue B. near 20th street. $2500—Lot 50x1*0; opposite "Rhodes' Cir cle.” $2*00—Lot 73x200; Vine, near Highland ave nue. $15,000—Brick store; pays 12 per cent net W. B. LEEDY & CO. 1U N. list M. 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. __ UWEXTON HOME. 260x140 feel; large eight-room modern house, servants' house, etc.: on two cur lines, giving a six minute schedule: price $5260.00: a bargain at the price. See us quick. W. G. OLIVER & CO.. 2025 Third Avenue. Hoth Thones 1682. For Sale or Rent. Are you looking for a house? We have I the one you want. From $3750 to $25,000. j Come In and see us and let us show you, we take pleasure In doing this. Smith Cullom ® Co. Real Estate, Rental and Insurance Agents Bell Phone 1281. 2103 First Ave. FOR SALE (8600—South Highlands home; 100 foot lot; faces south. $8600—South Highlands home; Oil ft.; new. $7600—South Highlands home; 50 ft.; new. $12.600—South Highlands home; 100 feet. (The above places have all street im provements and are handsome and well located homes; all easr. of 20th street, and terms satisfactory to purchaser can he made). $13,000—Handsome new South Highlands home. $16,000—Handsomest place now for sale on South Highland*. $4500—Small, complete home; South High lands. (Hast three places 'named are in especial ly good sections west of 20th street.) We have for sale following beautiful resi dence lots on South Highlands, and many others beside: $2800—Fine corner near Highland ave. $2200—56 ft., facing east. $3800—large lot. Iroquois street. $1600—40 ft.. 14th ave.. near 20th st. $7000—Splendid Highland ave. lot. Parties desiring vacant or improved prop erty on South Highlands will make mis take if they do not consult us. as we make a specialty of property In that sec tion and know the situation thoroughly. TURNER R. WEAKLEY & GO. 2113 First. Ave. Phone 1326. FOR SALE. $5000—0 houses, East I*akc; oasy term's. $3500— South 17th Hi., rents well. $13,000—2-story brick, 60x100; S. 20th st. I $80<)0—Hood proposition. Woodlawn. $40110— Modem, 6 rooms; Central ave. $10,000—8 rooms, close In; 4th ave. $418X1— Beautiful cottage: Fountain Hgts. $8tfKl—24t'h st.. north; 11 rooms. $104)00—Ave H; paying well. $30.000—21st st„ south; BETTER SEE THIS. $3000—Ave. G; paying 12 per cent. $*00—Hot 200x240 on R. It. front. If you are going to want a business house or a residence October 1. let us know your wants and we will get It for you. We solicit your Insurance. W. IS. MALOISE de CO. Insurance, Rentals, i 211 N. 21st St. Phones. 1239. | FOR BALE. 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 Bldf., Bell Phons 3M. --—————■ ONE CENT A WORD KA t ts—One cent a word a day; no ad. taken fo- lees than 25 cents for urst Insertion, .as must aec«*upauy every order. REAL ESTATE. ~ WANTED Be*t, modern home on South Highlands procurable; from $8000 to $12,500. B. F.EBORN FOR RENT. 614 North 21st street: 35 rooms. 2500 6th avenue, 7 rooms. 1031 North 24th street, rooms. 718 North 23rd street, 8 rooms. 2017 5th avenue, 11 rooms, furnished, 1805-7 Avenue I, 8 rooms. 12th avenue, south, 11th street, 8 rooms. We also have nice cottages at Avondale and Woodlawn. We write all kinds of insurance, make bonds, negotiate loans, sales, etc. UNDERWRITERS REAL ESTATE AND RENTAL CO. A. O. SMITH. President. Both phones 613. 210 N. 21st street ~ FOR SALE. $1200—Only $100.00 cash, and balance $10.00 i per month. This Is a 3-room house at i 1125 N. 17th st. This property Is now renting for $10.00 per month. $2680—8-room house on car line In West End; half cash, balance on time. $3500—7-room home with hall, bath room ! and pantry. On car line in Elyton; servants* house In rear. Lor 60x210, fronts two streets. Half cash, balance on£ and two years. ENSLEY-BROWN. Room 0. Steiner Bldg. Bell Phone 3968. FOB SALE Beautiful new South Highland* home, ten rooms, modern In every respect. On lot 113x165. Will sell all or half of lot with house. A bargain. Beautiful 8-room summer home on Shadee mountain; cheap. Six-room home on South 13th street, lot 60x160 feet. Seven-room, North Highlands home; lot 100x120 feet, on car line. Fine business property, lot 100x140 feet, southenst corner Second avenue and Sev enteenth street, north. Easy terms. Belt lino property, lot 100x140 feet, corner 54th street and E. A bargain. • I We have some nice lots near Highland avenue and beautiful Norwood property j FOR SALE OR RENT Modern residence. 8 rooms with kitchen j and servants’ room; furnace, bath and electric, lights; No. 1211 Twelfth avenue, 1 north. Dot 100x140 feet, with 16 foot alley in rear and 10 foot alley on side. A bar gain-owner leaving city on account of health. Specially favorable terms. Apply to our Real Estate Department. CITIZENS SAVINGS BANK. 2003 Tint Avenue. FOR RENT. Cottage, 612 N. 28th street, five rooms. Offices, 21st street, 1st and 2d avenues. Front room, 2d floor, 113Va 21st street. Vacant property for rent, or will improve for tenant. Rentals handled exclusively. GEORGE BILBE. Bell phone 24. 223 21st street. Liberal Loan Co. Will make you the most liberal loans at liberal terms at liberal in terest- Money to loan on every thing of value. Business strictly confidential. Bargains in unre deemed pledges. Remember the place— 2220 Second Ave Between 224 and 23d Sts. M. Maloney. Manager LEGAL NOTICES. Receiver's Sale. Pursuant to an order of court In tho matter of the petition to have Simpson Johnson Mercantile company adjudged bankrupt, pending before Hon. Alex C. Birch, referee in bankruptcy, the under signed receiver will receive bids up to noon Thursday, May 10, 190H, for the as sets of said company, as follows: 1. For all the assets consisting of stock of merchandise and book accounts. 2. For all or any part of stock of mer chandise. 3. For book accounts. 4. For fixtures and lease-hold. Goods can be inspected by prospective bidders at No. 1916 Third avenue, Bir mingham. The receiver reserves the option to reject any and all bids. W. (\ SHACKELFORt). Receiver. By order of Hon. Alex C. Birch, referee In Bankruptcy, the date for bids on the assets (as stated above) of tho Simpson Johnson Mercantile company is extended to 5 o’clock p. m. Tuesday. May 15. l!*x>. W. C. SHACKLEFORD, Receiver. 5-11-at Notice to Sewer Contractors. Sealed projmsals will be received by the Jefferson County Sanitary commission until 12 o’clock noon Tuesday, May 2*2. U#x;, for constructing about fHxx* feet of branch sewers. Specifications may be ob tained from the undersigned. The right is reserved to reject any or all bids. JFLIAN KENDRICK. Chief Engineer. ' 5-ii-5t ; C. Mi. GREEN & CO., AGENTS NORTH BIRMINGHAM LAND CO., The largest holders of vacant property In the North Birmingham district. Factory Sites and Residence Lots on easy terms. Buy Before the Advance. The town that own* Its own water works. The town that lias its own elec tric light plant. The town that has a '*)c tax rate. The town that has located twelve large manufacturing plants within the past fifteen months. The town lies close to the heart of Birmingham, only two miles distance from | center to center. The best place in t he whole district for homes or invest ment* You need only to investigate to he convinced. See our list below: 1400.00—IiOt 50*150. with sneer improved, i a venue 100 /eel wide, alley • feet j wide. Near the center of the tnunu- I factoring district; $100 cash bal- j unce $10 per month. $250.00—$50 cash, balance $25 due every three months with *1 per cent good residence tots, close to and within j easy distance of 25 plants. Houses would rent well there; $500 for each | of these iots would not be exees- j slve, and would not be more than ; they are asking in other suburbs. $1000.00—Nice high and dry. corner lot near j the park and car line, close to | school and churches, size 100x140 feet, one-half cash. $5000.00—One solid block of twenty beau- j tlful lots, situated near the large | plant of the American Cast Iron i Pipe. The railroad yards of the . Southern, the Illinois Central, and j the Frisco system. Terms 8louu cash balance In four years at t» per cent, it would pay you to mortgage your home (if neces sary) to buy this. If Its more than you want, ask your friend to go halves. $2860.00—Cash or one-halt' cash, three new 4-room cottages, space to build two more. Near the car line, rent eil for $33 per month, pay about 14 per rent and is constantly in creasing in value. Located on 35th • hvo. If you would buy this don't ! delay. $lt»50.00— A Rood piece of business prop erty on Ttli avc.. in the heart of , the business block, 'fids has a temporary building on It, and Is renting at $l«xo per year. By next year a nice two or three-story brick will he the thing to build, would be a good lot to build a bank on. |40uO.(Hb-*One acre of tine land with one five-room house. Rents for $15. Two four-room houses rents for $2o. One three-room house, rents for $S. Total $43 per month. Also barn and out buildings. There Is plenty of room for three more houses on this property. Terms one-hair cash, balance to suit. $2G00.UP—lo beautiful lots, making one half of a block, this Is close to the large plants, these prices will advance $5u per lot within the next thirty days. Terms $5uo cash, balance on or before one, two. , three and four years at t> per cent. If you buy before the thirty days is out you make $500 clear profit. C. M. Co. C. M. Green. Phone No. 7. W. G. Tyler* » DELEGATES LEAVE FOR CHATTANOOGA Huntsville Baptists Attend Southern Baptist Convention—Light Frost Yesterday Morning. Huntsville, May 10.—(Special.)—The Rev. H. E. Rice anil the Rev. C. T. Culpepper, delegates from the Liberty Baptist asso ciation and Mr. R. E. Pettus. delegate from the state at large, left this morning for Chattanooga to attend the meeting of the Southern Baptist convention. J. H. Thompson of Marion county has filed a voluntary petition in bankruptcy in the T'nited States court. His liabilities amount to $363 and all his assets are claimed as exempt. Memorial services in honor to the mem ory of the late Qen. Joseph Wheeler will be held In the Presbyterian church at Court.land tomorrow. Emmett O'Neal of Florence and Milton Rom.s of Hunts ville will deliver eulogistic addresses. A light frost fell throughout this sec tion this morning and on yesterday morn ing there was quite a heavy frost in the northern part of Madison county. The ex tent of the damage is not yet known but young cotton is believed to bf Injured seriously in the northern part of the coun ty. The fruit crop lias not been injured. The annual literary exercises of the New Market Training school were held last night and the literary societies of the New Market school and state school of this city had a debate on the propo sition: “Resolved, That the time is at hand for the protective policy of the Fni ted States to be abandoned." Perry Downey and Karl Ford spoke in the af firmative for the state school while Will Blanton and Cam Horton of New Mar ket defended the negative. The judges j swarded the decision to the affirmative . side of the question. Professor Harris of Vanderbilt, Professor Mann of Sewanee and Judge Estill of Winchester acted as Judges. IN THE BIRMINGHAM REAL ESTATE MARKET I jo cal realty circles were characterized yesterday by a brisk movement which continued throughout the greater part of the day, but there were no important deale in dirt. Ijoml real estate agents re port active market in all of the suburbs but very little trading Is being done in business property. Papers for the following transactions in local real estate were tiled in the prob ate clerk’s office yesterday: \V. Ij. Burford and wife to W. B. Meri wether, the south half of lot IQ in block 175, Bessemer, the consideration being $1200. J. Allen Durham to Anna Cecil, lot 70x j 210 fee-t In the northwest quarter of the northwest quarter of section 5, township 18, range 2 west, flic consideration for which was $1333. Mrs. Henrietta Barnet to Mrs. Mary Eady, lot 6 in block B, East Lake, the consideration for which was $1700. Ensley Land company to Bernte F. > Broda, lots 16, lf», 17 and 18 in block 23, Ensley, the consideration being $6500. Taft Accepts Funds. Washington, May 10.—Although the President has decided that it is not proper for the United States govern ment to accept contributions from abroad for the relief of the Frisco suf ferers. Secretary Taft has found it possible to do so in his capacity of president of the American National Red Cross, he having accepted $50,000 contributed by the general public in Japan. LOW RATES TO SAVANNAH. T. P. A. Gal. Week Via Atlantic Coast Line. On account of the above occasion the Atlanta Coast Line will sell tickets to Savannah, Ga.. from all points on Its line | In Georgia, Alabama, and from points In » Florida north of and including Jackson ville, Lake City, Live Oak and River Junction, on May IS. 14, 15, and from points south thereof May 14 and 15, 1906, at rate of one fare plus 25 cents for round trip: (minimum rate fifty (50) cents). Final limit of all tickets May 19. 1906, (prior to midnight of which passengers must reach original starting point). For further Information see your ticket agent. 6-3-13t Ideal Bottle Beer. The Beer of Quality. NORTH BIRMINGHAM Twenty-four beautiful lots sold in the • last ten days in the Tarrant-McMIllan j sub-division, making fifty-two sold alto- ' get her. only leaving forty-one lots to be I sold. You see they are going like hot ! cakes. Street improvements being rapidly 1 pushed, and the present prices of these j lots are $260 and S30O. but positively prices ' will l>c advanced June 1. You can stand , oti every one of these lots and sec five 1 industrial plants in one. two. three and five blocks. Many houses arc needed. Call at once if vort wish to make a little in vestment that is sure to make you money, ('an be bought on easy terms. F. I. Tarrant 914 First National Bank. Both Phones 716. B. F. EBORN Offers a few Good Realties Today That may not be Offered Tomorrow A word to the wise is sufficient. A multitude to the unwise will not suffice. $2500 6-room house and lot near High school and Powell school, choice loca tion; $500 cash and $500 year. $1600 Rental <240.00. 100x110, Ensley City, with 4 tenant houses. $5500 A 10-room 2-story modern, corner, pressed brick home. South Highlands; easy terms. $8500 inoxliu. 2-storv 9-room slate roof home, overlooks city, near 20th St., South Highlands. $5000 New modern 7-room home, 24th St., North Highlands, lot 55x190, near 12th avenue; $1000 caBh, balance 5 years at 6 per cent. $1600 Rental $240; 50x190; 2 new 4-room houses. A gilt-edge investment, near the Woodward building. 50x140, 5th ave., between 24th and 25th Sts., near the new depot entrance. $10,500 One of the finest 10-room 2-st.ory best located modern corner homes on south Highlands. $6000 Rental 1750; can make this pay J1500; a corner 100x190. $4000 9-room 2-story home, near 20th St.: South Highlands. $8000 A lovely 2-story modem 9-room home, a gem in interior finish and comfort, 6 grates and furnace, 32th avenue, South Highlands. $4500 Rental |500; 80x150, corner 23rd St., Nortn. $300 Lot As a whole only. 28 or 56 lots, 60x150 each. Palmer Terrace, Ensley City; easy tetms. $13,000 Rental $1284; 50x100; 2 2-story brick stores, 20th St. $3500 Rental $300; 20x140; on Avenue C, between 20th and 21st Sts., brick: $1000 cash, balance 1 and 2 years. These are not the only pebbles on the beach; when you call, we’ll helj dig around for the kind that appeals to your style of beauty. Very truly, B. F. EBORN Starr Economy Is the best kind of piano economy. It is poor econ omy to buy a poor piano. THK STARR PIANO is strictly high-grade from every standpoint. The chaste designs of case, its delicate action and its beautiful tone make it a most desirable instrument for the home. We do not hesitate to place our honor in tho faithful performance of the Starr. It Is because we are the makers of the Starr piano that we found our faith on positive knowledge of Its goodness. Jesse French Piano & Organ Company J. H. Holcombe, Mgr. 2018 Second Ave. -ri-,, Nr,. • * -i D<i«epn<rpf Stn+lor* - ———* We have this property, adja cent to the new depot, for sale. If interested call on 1 BROWN BROS. & Co. First National Bank Bldg. te-'-i’&TB£tT. >■ •, ) ' - .*;v f J - ... , V I •