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Gel Your 3% Twice a Year j I AND GET YOUR MOftEY BACK WHEN YOU WA1MT IT | 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HOME ISSUES SPECIAL CERTIFICATES Which pay 6 per cent, per annum, payable semi-annually, and the amount paid in may be withdrawn at any time.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, Gen. Mgr. D. C. COOPER, Vice-President. W. A. PORTER, Treasurer. (Praa. Firfct Nat’l Bank of Oxford) (Vioe-Pres. Am. Trust A Sav. Bank) ■MM—M—lllllll I millUrilllTI I■ IIvMIfiAKfMBKlMIMafflUUWMMULS ———iobb—i■■—■■riftniih—iiim*—i ii ii* traaMartu:;rn.' $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. IJOBERTSON. Genera! Manager. 2P09 First Ave. -1-. ,j'he Age-Herald will print a 11 advertisements o f “Situations WanteJ’’ FREE OF COST If 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. .---■ I WANT tu. , BHAVING 10c at 1921 4th avenue. 3-16-tt J WANTED—Customers for showcases, lion safes and Carrara paint. Alabama Gro cery company. 1 Wanted—To ‘ buy Ht once a four or five room house near the car line; cost a $W0ft or $1500. Address Brown, care Age-Herald. ___ 5-26-3t WANTED—To contract making of laths by the thousand; we would tike to cor respond with anyone wishing a contract of this kind. Apply E. E. Jackson Dum • WANTED—1000 now customers 'to try i our cleaning, dyeing, pressing and re pairing; hats cleaned. Mocked and re trimmed by expert hatters. Gluck s Dye and Hat W orks, 1816 3rd avo. Bell phone 2372. __ WANTED-Stenograpliers in know that the light touch of the Fox typewriter means ease, speed and a saving of nerve force. We sell them on easy terms. E. E. Forbes Piano Co., 1909 Third avenue. WANTED—Owners to list" their property with us. WTe have quick buyers for | homes, timber and mineral lands. W. S. j Terrell & Co., 327 Hood - uildlng. Peo ple's phone 1634. 6"6 ^ | WANTED—Competent stenographer; none but experienced d*sircd. Salary no ob ject. Must be able to take rapid dicta tion. By reliable, well-established firm. B. D. T., care Age-Herald. mm WANTED^Horscs tc~train, to feed and pasture, or to pasture. For terms ap ply to Oapt. J. it. Morson, Ala. State Ffcir grounds. Bell phone Wanted To buy good paying central * huslnes.. property fur cash. J. D. Welch* 1301 13th St.f1'south. 3490 Bell phone. WANTED—To buy a nice Bull pup. Ad dress Mr. Trowbridge, 2308 or call Bell Phone 2735. WANTED—To exchange' new automobile for South Highl.and house and lot and pay difference In cash. Address Auto, care Age-Herald office. ^" situations wanted. A^FIRBTclas8transitmjiudcsirc?rp(i^ tion; best reference furnished. Address, M. M., care Age-Herald. 5-26-2t Want ill' Position by experienced iadj stenographer; references; must have work; no objections to leaving city. Ad dress Miss M. Collins, care Age-Her ald. 5-26-2t ^VANTEP - Sit nation by^ experienced traveling salesman with good concern; commission basis; references. P. <>. Box 149. 5-24-9t | WANTED—Position by thorough office man and bookkeper; good references. Address 618, care Carrier No. 29. WanthD a graduate with A and B. P. degrees and several years’ experi ence in teaching, holding first grade Georgia. Florida and Houisiana licenses and a life certificate from Alabama. Wffuld teach a summer school; master of accounts, would ncccpt work ns a bookkeeper, being practical with several years' experience; being a stenographer, would accept work in this line, or would act as salesman, being also experienced; salary no object. Address Box (!.. Bag dad, Fin. References given. f»-27-2t WANTED—By young lady stenographer, a good, pern.anent position; will work reasonable. Address I., 525 First Na tional Bank Bldg. SOB~ wanted by man stenographer: not I particular ns to line of work or wages. Address Do yd, care Age-Herald. 5-27-3t WANTED—Good position for young man stenographer. Stevens, 213% 20th street. $2200—Hotel and store in Bu a.tumia. Miss.; ou railroad and center of town. B. F. Eborn. Position WAKTfeD Bj :■ bodi young map: just out of Massey's col lege; used to work, not afraid of it. Will work inside or out. References furnish ed. Address Work, care Age-Herald. WANTED—Situation in the city by an experienced, registered pharmacist. Re ference furnished. Address Pharmacist, care Age-Herald. WANTED- Situation t". first dsiiii office man and timekeeper; any system of time; bookkeeper, 12 years experience; do not object to out u town work; reference furnished. Address K. O., care Age-Herald. Ivantep Position as hbusekeo school, hotel or summer resort by an educated, experienced lady; best refer ences; willing to leave Birminghom. Business, fare Age-Herald. _ .HELP .wanted. you get It; write us today, the position you want, enclosing 2 cent stamp; we enroll your name and mail you our plan; try us. Louisiana Brokerage Co., New Orleans, La. 5-2o-?.t-su WANTED—A young man or lady hill clerk who can operate a Smith ma chine; must l>e quirk and accurate at flgu res. Address No. 10, care Age-Her- I aid.__5-20-21 WAITED—Stenogra pher who has liad’ex perience in office work. Address S. B. J., care Age-Herald. A N TE D—Cha m h» • r in a Id s! piintry wime an, helpers for manufacturing plants, sewing woman by day. white nurse, travel with family; we place white help only. 458 Hood Bldg. MONEY TO LEND. MONET^toTTiarr^on p^msT^bousehmd goods or any other kind of personal property. City Loan and Banking com pany, 106 North 21st St. Bell phone 240. 4-14-Lf MONET LOANED"SALARIED PEOPLE without security; easy payments. Union Discount Co., 518 Woodward Bldg. 10-6-tf ONE CENT A WORD rtA l tb—One cent a word a day; na ad. taken lor less than 25 cents Cor firs insertion. Cash must accompany every order._•-1'. i LAND TITLES, TITLE INSURANCE Jerremn, Shelby and St. Clair County Title Business Exclusively. Birmingham Title anti Guarantee Company 225 Twenty-first Street. J. K. BftOCKMAN, General Manager. ^Organized July. t900.$ SOUTHERN AUDIT CO Expert accmirtlnp. In ail Us branches. Periodical examinations made. New sys tem? Installed. 210 First National Bank. Bell phone 630. ~~ H E LPjSfA NTED—male. WANTED—20 bricklayers on tlie Cnstner Knott building at Nashville, Tam. Ap ply to Selden Brick Construction com pany. Nashville, Term. 5-?5-30t WANTED—First-class salesmen for steam goods and mill supplies; permanent em ployment, liberal remuneration and un exceptional opportunities to the right men. Adress Permanent, care Age Herald. 5-6-su WANTED—Manager; an Ohio corpora- i tion manufacturing household necessity i desires Alabama manager. Dernonstra- j tion in leading department store. Office I furnished. Three years’ contract. Sal- | ary $1800 and commissions. Good open- | Ing for man of character and ability. Adress Manager, 214 Ontario Bldg., To ledo, Ohio. 5-13-6t-.su WE seeure positions, any line, anywhere; demand for high grade commercial, tech nical and mechanical help exceed the supply. Write for particulars. National Employment Association, Century Bldg., Atlanta, Ga. 5-20-4t-.su WANTED—Experienced window trimmer and card writer—must come well recom mended; state whether married or sin gle and salary expected. Address Draw er C, Houston, Texas. 5-20-3t-.su WANTED—Dog cutter who can make \ $1.75 to $2.25 per day; log handler, $1.50 \ per day; grade men, $1.10 to $1.25 per day; shed men and ynrd men, $1.10 to $1.35 per day; night shift fireman for saw mill boiler, $1.50 per day; cant hook, men, $1.25 to $1.50 per day; cross tie cutters for narrow guage railroad at 1») cents per tie; good wages paid; good steady men with families. Apply to Autauga Lumber company, Spur, Ala.. M. and O. railro <i. 4-l-sun-tf WANTED 1 1 Solicitors for Bir mingham and other cities in Alabama to sell health and accident insurance. A. B. Cleveland, state agent. 330 Wood ward Bldg., Birmingham. Ala. 5-23-2t-wpd-.su WANTED- First-class milker. Apply :iii North 21st street. W. M. Glass. 5-20-tf $14'“* 47-acre farm in Bucatumia, Miss.; all under fence. B. F. Eborn. WANTED—Men and hoys to learn plumb ing. bricklaying. Special offer life schol arship fifty dollars; easy payments; po sition and union card guaranteed; free i catalogue. Coyne Bros.’ Trade Schools. New York, Chicago, St. Louis. 5-15-1f WANTED -One good machine man to run woodworker and combination saw in getting out door and window frames for the liencli man. Address F. C. Tur ner & Co., Mobile, Ala. 5-27-3t ANY person willing to distribute our samples; $2*» weekly. "Empire" 4 Wells St.. Chicago, 111. Steady position; no canvassing. GOOD pay for earnest workers every where distributing circulars; samples and advertising matter; no canvassing. Cooperative Advertising Co., New York. W AIN I Ml— IT you Will UlMiriOUlO Anti Ci curette, $3 anti expensro day, write us quick. Star Service Co., Dallas, Tex. 5-27-51-su-wed WANTED—A good man to travel; "ex penses advanced; salary $20 i week; sta ple line. J. E. McBrady & ( Mfgrs., Chicago. MEN- $01 monthly made passing hills, tacking signs, etc.; life business; no can vassing. Continental Distributing Ser vice, Chicago, 111. MEN wanted In the real estate business; experience unnecessary; If honest, am bitious and willing to learn the business thoroughly by mall and and earn $300 to $*»oo monthly as our local representative, write Immediately for full particulars. Address National Co-operative Realty Co., 700 B, Athenaeum Bldg., Chicago. SIDE LINE of mechanical rubber goods offered to salesmen regularly calling on mills and general store trade- Factory, 1*. O. 1371, Now York. WANTED -Foreman for repair shop, competent to superintend repairing lo comotive steam pumps and stationary engines; best location in south. Lang Machine Co.. Box 951, Atlanta, On. WANTED Four men to travel In each state, distribute samples and advertise our goods. Salary $21 per week and ex penses. guaranteed: expenses advanced; experience unnecessary. Address, with stamp, stating age and occupation. Reeve Co.. 413 Dearborn Street. Chicago. IN six weeks we educate you In salesman ship. secure you a position as traveling salesman with responsible firm. Address The Bradstreet System, Rochester. N. Y. ARK your grocer for Oregon matches; “thousand;” 6c a box; you rmoney'a worth. W ANTED Labor, carpenters. $2; teams ters. $.1.75; can hookers, $1.50; feeders. $1.50; log cutters. 4c to 10r per stick; grade men, $1.25. Apply to The Marbury Luipber Co.. Marbury. Ala. 3-25-tf-su WANTED in everj town, .• first-class agent for one of the finest merchant tailoring lines in the I'nited States; special inducements; write Tailor. Box 555. Birmingham. Ala. \\ an ted An experienced furniture salesman; must be strictly temperate and a hustler. Apply by letter, with ref erences; state salary wanted. Anchor Supply Co., care Age-Herald. Y'6l N > S WEN Om for check clerk and general office work; one for check clerk and stenographer; both out of city; age. ability, experience, references; June ]. p. D. Q., care Age-Herald. 5-27*3t WANTED—'Two first-class white union barbers. Apply to Nat Williams’ Bir minpl i* Shop. THE services of a young man wfi had some experience in a real estate of fice is desired by one of the largest de velopment companies of Alabama. Call at room 72 Metropolitan hotel Monday morning at U o'clock. ONE CENT A WORD RATES—One cent a word a day; no ad. taken for less than 25 cents for first Insertion. Cash must accompany every order. ~ HELP WANTED—FEMALE. WANTED—Seamstress; Tight work?week ly salary. Apply to 214 North 21st street. WANTED^ La d v st enogVa pher experi enced in general office work wants po sition at once; change of firm maites a vacancy; references first class. Ad dress. stating salary, Position, care Age-Herald, _ 5-27-2t WANTED—Competent white girl for gen eral housework. Apply 1110 12th avenue, nort'ii. Hell phono 269T>. WANTED—A housekeeper Apply P. F. Murphy. R. F. I>. No. ». Box 9, Bessem ntor; telephone Beil 2052. .>27-91 SALESMEN WANTED. WANTED—-Traveling salesman for Ala bama with a full line of soaps, perfumes and flavoring extracts; furnishing the $2 for $1 selling plan to the retail dealer; $30.00 weekly advance. F. F. Cook, Sales Dept., Detroit, Mich. 4-29-4t-su WANTED—Salesman calling on hard ware. lumber, building material dealers, and roofers, to sell product of well known manufacturer; liberal commis sion; samples are pocket size. Address Box 796. South Bend. Tnd. 5-20r2t-su WANTED—Salesmen handling specialty propositions to handle best assortment spectacle and eye-glpss side line, at tractive proposition; large commission. Ideal SpccLacle Co., Atlanta, Ga. HOT side line; pays hotel bills; consigned goods; pocket samples; prompt commis sion. American Chewing Gum Co.. St. I.ouis. 5-27HI .~u $625—27 acres. 430 yards from the center of town. Buoatumia, Miss.; two houses. Ft. F. Eborn. j WE manufacture staple goods sold by general stores; want honest salesman to represent us; Increasing business re quires three more salesmen at once; permanent position: good wages. Manu facture, Box 786. St. Louis, Mo. WANTED—Traveling salesman for Ala bama by large house to sell staple line to retail trade. Permanent contract and liberal drawing account. Refer ences, Box 726, Chicago. WANTED—Three first-class specialty salesmen; splendid opening, permanent position, for high grade men, whose time is worth $3000 annually or more. Address Dept. 1, Box 470, Kansas City. Mo. WANTED—An experienced saJesman. drummer; references required. Call at 1712 1st avenue, city. WANTED—June 1, experienced road sales men. Give reference and experience. No fake or schemes. W. J. Lorack, sales manager, Iowa City, la. WANTED—Salesmen to sell grocers, druggists and confectioners; salary or commission; samples free. California Cider and Extract Co., St. Louis, Mo. WANTED—Two traveling salesmen In each state; salary $126 month and ex penses. Samples free; experience un necessary. California Cider and Flavor ing Co.. Box 1347 St. Ixmls, Mo. ASK your grocer for Oregon matches; •'thousand;" 5c a box; your money's worth. WANTED- Salesman! experienced in any line to sell general stores in the south. An unexcelled specialty proposition. Commissions and $33 weekly for ex penses. The Continental Jewelry Co., Cleveland. O. WANT ED—Salesman by an importing house of laces and embroideries for the states of Georgia and Alabama. State experience and references. Address Em broideries, Box 672, New York. 5-27r3t \\ ANTED Traveling l Reiman for Ala bama with a full line of soaps, perfumes and flavoring extracts; furnishing the $2 for $1 selling plan to the retail dealer; $30 weekly advance. F. F. Cook. Sales Dept.. Detroit, Mich. 5-27-4t-su \\'ANTED Salesman for Alabama; ex perienced traveling man preferred; line staple for general trade: position perma nent; $59 weekly with commission. Saw yer, Leslie & Co., Detroit. Mich. W A NT ED—Salesman, ambitious and iTT telligent. to place jewelry departments In Alabama; all kinds of stores. High commission with advance for traveling. American Standard Jewelry Co., Detroit, Midi.__ AGENTS WANTED. AGENTS - Local coffee and tea business; irresistible selling plan; experience un necessary; write today, mentioning ter ritory. “The Great Eastern,” 300 S. 10th 8t . St. Loins, M 5-0-41 su AGENTS First-elass men to represent a money making proposition. A chance for hustlers to coin money; $1.00 profit on each order. One to a dozen sold in every house and store. Address “Nevermyss,” 1*. O. Box 10, Birming ham. Ala. WANTED One live man In every town to take orders for our high grade made to measure clothing; we have the finest line of woolens ever shown; suits and overcoats from $10.00 to $35.00 wholesale; also special samples for made to meas ure fancy vests, raincoats, bath robes, smoking jackets and white duck cloth ing. etc., not shown by any other house; first class workmanship and fit guaran teed; we have a proposition Dial is sure to Interest you; large sample outfit; express prepaid; write at oneo for par ticulars and exclusive territory for the coming season. Sam Leopold & Co., Chicago. 111. PICTURE agents handle our “Lace" Me^ daikons.” Big seller; send for ”A. B. C.” catalogue; largest portrait and frame house in the world. Indiana Portrait and Frame Co., La Porte, Ind. OPR wonderful premium offers just out; get next quick; we have greatest in ducements ever offered agents: write for territory today. Davis Soap Works, 34 Union Park Place, Chicago. THREAT) cutting thimble, latest inven tion for lightning work of sewing; bo nanza for agents: sample postpaid 10c; catalogue free. Dillon Supply Co., P. O. Box 503. Roanoke, Va. OUTSELLS everything; our new soap box. containing six solid silvern id spoons and six cakes soap, worth $1.50, sells 35 cents; agents’ profits amazing; agent in Durham made one thousand dollars first ten weeks. Parker Chemical Co., Chi cago. \\ i: tart ti lling diamonds. 1 )on t fall getting our liberal offer; $5 dally sure. Carbon Diamond company, Syra cuse, N. Y. Mention paper. AGENTS Greatest sellers ever- offered; profits enormous; circulars free; don’t delay. General Sales and Supply Co., Mobile. Ala. WANTED Agents to sell latest improved safety razor; sample postpaid $1.25; sat isfaction guaranteed. Address May’s Suppl v '' m 1 ’.Mg., St. I.ouis. MAX cleared lady $780 fast six months selling new celluloid waterproof shoe dressing- why not you? Demon- ■ strated samples free. E. Hulladay & Co., 2f*0 Clark street. Chicago. ROOMS AND BOARD WANTED room with conveniences, in private i family, preferably on Southslde; refer- i ences exchanged; no boarding house j need answer, Address K.-L., care Age- i Herald. 5-2S-3t-wed-fri-»u SI’BERDAN country board adjacent to j car line wanted June 1 by couple with- i out children. Hoard. Rox 873. 5-*2«»-2t I WANTED Furnished room 55 private family by single gentleman; state price; references. Address J. H., care Age lJerald. WANTED—At onco by gentiemfin. one unfurnished room. Peoples phone 1451. Cali before noon. ONE CENT A WORD KATES—One cent a word a day; no | ad. taj<en for le«s than 25 cents for first insertion. Cash must accompany every order. FOR SALE. FfTCadil lac; seats 2 or 4; in first class con dition; also one rubber tired runabout buggy in good condition. Beil phone 3017. _ FOR SALE—By owner, small cash pay ment. balance monthly, new two-story pebbledash house; 8 rooms, bath, store room, butler's pantry; linen closet; enamel bath and lavatory; gas and elec- ( trie lights; stone foundation, furnace ; and grate heat; fine cabinet mantels; I finished floofs. enamel and natural wood ] finish; lot 57x134, on corner; cement walks and steps; yard graded and sodded. 3490 Bell phone. 5-2<-2t j FOR SALE—150x165; 5-room house and | slo-re; Improved; 2nd ave.. Woodlawn; j price $1900. on easy terms. W. A. Sher- j rill, with S. Bethea & Co., 2027 3rd ave. FOR SALE-Moving picture show, with lease, In city of 125,000 population. Ad dress Show, care Age-Herald. FOR SALE—Nice rubber tired buggy, as good as new*, cheap, umbrella, etc. Can be seen at Birmingham Buggy Co. ^_ FOR SALE—Handsome hand~made. silk woven portiers, miscellaneous ^articles, fine large Bible and large leather die- ( tlonary. Imported Paris model dotted crepe de chine, at once. 8119 1st avenue, East Lake. FOR SALPT—fftli avenue, south, between j 14th and 15th streets, 8-room house; lot ; 100x240; price $10,500. On West End car j line; modern house; fronts south; fifteen | minutes' ride from the city; price. $4500. 1 In West End an up-to-date cottage; | new; price $2500. See J. D. Gresham, Bell j phone 401. 1917% First avenue. ifdR SALE ifstablished grocer bu suburb of city. Address Grocery, care A. B. Purdue, 212% North 21st street. 5-27-2t FOfJ~SA LE—98x192, with 4-roonf-cottage in Fountain Heights, only for a few days; price $2500, terms to suit. \V. A. Sherrill, with S. Bethea & Co.. 2027 3rd avenue. FOR SALE—Stock at ground floor price In ! first-class real estate and mineral spring i water proposition. Address B. A., care Age-Herald. FOR SALE—On easy terms, a very at tractive, brand new, modern and artistic; 2-story frame and stucco home of fi rooms at Ensley Highlands station, on the Soutli Ensley car line; cabinet man tles; enamel finish; porcelain bath; plumbing; pipes for furnace; hot and cold water; in fact, a beautiful home. Jemison Real Estate and Insurance Company,' 2024 3rd avenue. 5-27-2t FOR SALE—$3000—Splendid new modern home, Princeton. $75 each, 16 lovely, well shaded lots, high and nice. $1750, 120 acres, will sub-divide. Berry & Co., 301 Chalifoux. Bell 915. FOR SALE—Seven-room cottage, modern, south 15th street, small lot, but nice house, good neighborhood, will be on new car line, one and a half blocks from litli avenue. Owner, B. B., care Age-Herald.. FOR SALE—Small business iot; close to business; improved; fine speculation. For price and terms rail on McConnell & Anglin, 2018 3rd ave. FOR SALE—A good gentle, family horse and double seated surrey; good as new; only used three weeks. Apply to Don nahoo & Co.’s livery stable, 2d ave. and 24th st., Monday nr tn o’clock. FOR SALE—5-room cottage, modern, one block of car line; East Lake; price $1800 $300 cash, balance $15 month; must sell at once. W. A. Sherrill, with S. Bethea' & Co., 2027 3rd FOR SALE—Subscriptions to Gold Field, Nevada, stock; for information and par ticulars apply to N. H. Sewall, 308 21st street, Bell phone 3002 and 2998. 5-25-10t FOR SALE—By owner, new 5-room"cot tago; West End. near ear line; on easy terms; A bargain; come tee for your self. 1007 2nd ave. between Pearl and Hawkins sts. FOR 'BALE—20 acres. Shades mountain. 7 miles from city; 14 acres cleared; fine spring; best kind of land for fruit; would trade for lot in city; price $300. Address Farm, care Age-Herald. _ PERSONAL. __ Rl buxESS Man, nice home. Income $6, 000, wants acquaintance of lady; object matrimony. No obJeUions to poor girl or widow If sine re. Address W. D.. 097 Fulton St.. Chicago. 3-25-tf-su. MORPHINE, opium, laudanum, cocaine | luiblt myself cured; will Inform you of j harmless, permanent home cure. Mary Baldwin, box 1212, Chicago. 4-15-22-5-13-20-27-6-3-10 M A RR Y an<1 bo ha ppy. Sec our list of photos and descriptions free; hundreds to select from. C. P. Kilpatrick, Russell ville, Ala 5-20 YOr.sG lady handsome, affectionate, loves home and flowers, w'orth $40,000, wants immediate marriage. No objec tion to poor man if honest. Mrs. \V., 697 Fulton st., Chicago. 111. 4-1-tf-su N OTIC E—A11 goods left with Kates’ Transfer and Storage Co. over three months—storage not paid—will be sold to pay storage; 15c trunk delivery; 5l parcel check room. YOUR fortune told by Madam Zaza, for merly located at 502 N. 19th st.; send name, date of birth, 3 questions and 25 cents in stamps to Madam Zaza. 3823 Prospect St.. Indianapolis, Ind.; this offer is only good for a short time. iJaDIES— Dr. Strictland’s monthly remedy relieves in five hours; safe and sure; box free; semi stamp for particulars. Grown Chemical Co., Box 93, Milwau kee, Wls. MARRY wealth and beauty; marriage directory free; pay when married; en tirely new' plan; sen a no money. Ad dress H. A. Horton, Dept. 103, Tekon sha. Mich. &AN-ITO“ROAl>‘ OK PER—A kind of soap you havn’t seen. Not a cake, but a book of soap. Purely vegetable; from Mexi can plant. Hygienic, pleasant; makes quick lather. No contagion by using San-Ito-Soap. Conveniently carried in vest pocket or purse. Send 10c in stamps for sample book to Cole Mfg. Co., 60S University Bldg., Syracuse, N. Y. We will tell you how to obtain an elegant premium free by introducing this toilet luxury. WIDOW, roll nod. musical brunette, Bap tist, age 31, no children, wortli $48,000; maiden lady, aged 24. worth $9000, would marry speedily. Write us. Home Circle. Detroit. Mich. WANTED—Names and addresses of Uni tarians. and those with Unitarian inclin ations, in Birmingham and vicinity. Unitarian, care Age-Herald. FC >R~ S A HE— Y ost typew ri ter. perfec t com ditlon, very cheap; also rubber tired buggy, as good as new. cheap; gas stoves, cheap; suites of furniture, cheap; tiling carboys, lawn swings, new ; three tilting carboys, lawns swings, new; three table. new; all for sale at bargain. Sold to pay storage. Call at Kates’ Transfer Co.. 1912 Morris avenue. LOST. STRAYED OR STOLEN. LOiJP^bne dark bay mare, 14 years old; one dark bay mare 3 years old, with white star on forehead, with small white stripe on nose; $10 reward if returned to Eureka Stove Works, 5th avenue and 34th street. 6-26-3t LOST--Dark brown female Scotch collie dog, with white markings around neck, breast, feet and lip of tail; answers to name ‘Sarah;” liberal reward for return. J. E. Moody, 2109 Morris avenue. Hell phone 533. 5-27-2t STRAYED—One light bay mare, small white star in fore-head, small white spot on right hind foot: strayed from my house 39th street and 5th ave., north, Avondale, Ala. Sunday night, May 2b. Liberal reward. R. S. Sims, peoples phone 23, Avondale exchange. 5-*26-2t ONE CENT A WORD kails—One cent a word a,day; no ad. taken fo* Jess than 25 cents for *irst insertion, -as muet accompany every order. FOR SALE. FOR SALE—Cypress shingles. Pascagoula* Shingle Co.. Scranton. Miss. o-2G-7t eou SALE—Extra nL’<*. gentle' Shetland pony and pony buggy; cun be seen at Flea & Sons’ stables.5-25-21-fr-su ONE THOUSAND dollars will buy twen ty-live nice Highland lots; worth four or five times tiie money; must sell at once. Address Owner, care Age-Herald. 3t F < Fr SALE -Two loti tn the C. D. Eber sole plot at a bargain, situated in new East Lake; terms cash. Address Andrew L. Hixson, Union-Springs, Ala. 5-22-2t-tu-su FOR SALE—A nearly new automobile; it is in good condition and we will sell cheap. R. F. Manly & Co., Challfoux Bldg. FOR SALE--Valuable property situated on banks of Silver Lake, Port Dover, Canada; suitable for gentleman's resi dence or sanitarium. Address Mrs. \V. R. Liddy, Fort Dover, Ontario, Canada. 4-29-4t-su FOR SALES—Elegant," large lot 100x300 ; 4 room house; $1750. Stevens, 21314 20th street. HALL’S safes, Second-Hand sues or all makes and sizes. Birmingham Safe Co.. H0S 1st ave. . 12-13-wd-su-tf FOR SALE—A handsome, exceedingly well built and nicely finished dwelling on a large lot; the Improvements would now cost the price we ask for it. R. F. Manly & Co., Chalifoux Bldg. FOR SALE—Ac o bargain for cash, eight acres land kpown as tiie Mrs. A. L. Croker plot, located at East Lake, ad joining East Lake Land company. Ad dress Andrew L. Hixson, Union Springs. Ala. o-lg-21-tn-su FOR SALE—Sumer home; I wll sell my beautiful 10-room house; large lot. barn, garden, chicken house; house heated by furnace, hot and cold water, bath room; hardwood floors, etc., for the nominal sum of $1500. Address M. \V. Howard, Fort Payne. Ala. 6-20-Gt-su-wed FOR SALE—A nice lot facing east In Ini- j proved section of Norwood; it is 00x190 i and about half a block from car; price i only $2100. It. F. Manly & Co., Chalifoux Bldg.__ FOR SALE—New. modern Home, at sacri fice; will give right terms if sold this week. East Lake Building <& Realty Co., 72nd at. and SIohh ave. 5-24-4t FOR SALE—5 rooms; corner; North High lands; $1200. Stevens, 213*4 20th street. FOR SALE—One street sprinkler, almost new 050-gallon Studebaker street sprinkler. Apply Bessemer Liquor Co., Bessemer, Ala. 4-22-su-tu-thu-tf FOR SALE—Saloon stock and fixtures; well established business; 3 year lease; reason for selling, leaving city. 6-25-3t FOR-SALE—Nice “residence lot 140x140; corner 10th street and 13th ave., north; $4000 on easy terms. W. A. Sherrill, with S. Bethea & Co.. 2027 3rd ave. FOR SALE—A handsome 2-story, modern Norwood home; It is nicely arranged and conveniently located; terms. R. F. Manly & Co., Chalifoux Bldg. FOR SALE—Hard wood timber lands; $1 an acre for all of the white oak and other oaks on fiOOO acres of well timbered land, all in one body on river and rail road. Apply to Geo. \V. Wise. Selma, Ala. ' 5-20-30t FOR-SALE—100x146; lot: Avenue A-and B, Avondale. Stevens, 213*4 20 th street. FOR SALE-Corner lot 70x150. on South Highlands of East Lake; within 150 feet of car line; will sell cheap. Address Box 50. care Age-Herald. 2»il-tf FOR SALE—A fine set of drug store fix tures; the set we are now using. Collier Drug Co., 2012 1st avenue. 5-20-tf FOR SALE—A ‘high, large lot on 12th ave nue. south; nicely located and 'very cheap. R. F. Manly Co., Chalifoux Bldg. FOR SALE—Timber. The Waller. Llcht man & Murphy Land and Development company, of Akron, Ala., offer 2700 acres of fine hardwood and pine timber. Akron has the finest shipping facilities in the south, being the junction of the Queen and Crescent and Southern railroads, also river transportation from the coal fields to the Gulf of Mexico.* Akron has fine soli for truck farming. Sixteen pas senger and twenty freight trains pass through Akron daily. The only hotel In the town for sale of lease. A rare op portunity for a good hotel man to make money. We will make liberal conces sions to any one establishing industries here. For further information apply to above firm. 5-19-13t FOR SALE—Good farm7l20 acres; 3-room house, barn, etc.; 2 springs; $900. Stev ens. 213*4 20th street. FOR SALE—Store consisting of millinery and ladles’ ready-made goods; April business $1000; on account bad health. Address Box 53, Ensley, Ala. Fiat SALE—Seven-room cottage at 5920 Third ave., south, Woodlawn; water, gas and electric lights. $1700; $900 cash, bal ance $15 per month. Apply on premises. FOR’SALE—Lots "in city of Ensley, lOOx 130; all Improvements; corner 19th street and Avenue H: must be sold by June 7; bargains at $3200; terms, $1000 cash, bal ance In 2 years. Address Box 88, Ens ley, Ala. 6-27-10t *UK dal Hi—uin i n g room soi, parior set, rugs and carpets and other house fur nishings. Hours, 2 and 5 p. m. 2015 Park avenue. FOR SALE—Fox typwriter, the greatest "touch writing" machine on the market, the key bars are of aluminum; lighter than wood, stronger than steel; the ad justment of each key is perfect, which make a uniform touch. We sell on easy terms. E. E. Forbes Piano Co., 1909 Third avenue. FORSALE—Three pretty lot? facing the South Ensley car line at Helena Heights. R. F. Manly & Co., Chalifoux Bldg. FOR~ SALE—Good typewriter; $25; and saf?, $45. Stevens, 213% 20th street. FOR SALE—One sixteen-syrup all onyx soda fountain (Lippencot make), in first class condition; refrigerator base. 14 foot oak counter; 6-foot return marble tap. Originally cost $1550; will sell for $650 cash or $700 on time; will send photo to anyone wishing same. Address P. O. Box 252. Selma. Ala. FOR SALE—Furnishings of a five-room fiat; cheap; don't call unless you mean hie. 114% North 18th street. FOR SALE—4-year-old horsef weight 860 pounds; 14'hands high; lady or child can ride or drive; price $125. H. G.. care Age-Herald. ^_5-27-tf FOft SALE—Engine, boiler, pump, rail pipe, hoist and cable; suitable for coal mine. Stevens. 213% 20th street. FOR SALE—An ideal floral, poultry" truck or dairy farm, consisting of ten acres (fee simple), fronting on avenue near car line; has four acres heavy tim ber. four acres fine bottoms, spring branch, well, garden, orchard, vine yard. buggy house, stable lot. flower yard and new 4-room house, with hall; this ad will not appear again. If inter ested address Owner, care Age-Herald. for""SALE-Mlneral land, on creek and railroad, on which has just been found a rich vein of best quality flake graphite 40 yards wide and 30 feet thick, which can be traced half a mile over the hill; there is also on this property an immense body of low-grade gold ore. I would sell controlling interest cheap to right party. B. P. Ivey. Goodw’atcr. FOR SALE—A nice little 4-acre farm”in Shades valley: faces public road and has on it a 7-room dwelling, barn, well and fruit. R. F. Manly & Co., Chalifoux Bldg. SOT'TH" HIGHLANDS lot $25 front “foot; 200 feet deep; nearly too feet front: four blocks end ?Oth street car; overlooks entire city. H. K. White, room 937 First National Bank Bldg. ONE CENT A WORD. rtAffcS—On© cent a word a day; no ad. taken tor less than 25 cents for first insertion. Cash must accompany every order. ROOMS FOR KENT. FURNISHED room with connectTng'lijath. 2420 5th avenue, ____5-26-tf FOR RENT—Room, with dressing room. 2030 6th avenue. 5-3-eod-tf Iron RENT—Best rooms in the city. Hotel Eagle; 25c to $1.00; corner 24th at. and 2d avenue._4-4-tf FURNISHED rooms and board. 1903 5th avenue, north. 6-22-7t FOR~RENT—Furnished or unfurnished, one, two or three rooms, for bed rooms or light housekeeping. All conveniences. 1512 10th ave., South. _ FOR-RENT^A cool, pleasant room; a gentleman wishes a roommate. 607 N. 20th street. FUH KKNT—I ,argc, airy, iprmsneci rroiu room; southern exposure; every con venience; small family; to gentleman or couple without children. Phone People’s 1394. 1830 7th avenue. WANTED—To rent to gentlemen or par ties without children, a large, newly furnished front room; cool and conven ient to city: call at 2222 3rd avenue._ FOFTrENT—Rooms-607 North 23d "street"; Bell phone 3154. 5-27-8t THREE nice unfurnished rooms in pri vate family; one-half block from three car lines; also easy walking distance from business section; bargain to right person; call at once. 813 North 19th street. FOR RENT-Two nice, large connecting unfurnished rooms; very convenient for housekeeping: one block from car; pri vate family, 1710 Avenue J, south. Bell phone 1987. FOR RENT—2 or 3 unfurnished connect irg rooms upstairs for light housekeep ing: In private family; modern conven iences; references exchanged, and rea sonable price. 1700 8th avenue, north. El,EGA NT rooms, single or en suite; fur nished or unfurnished; summer rates; bath and gas. No objection to light housekeeping or well behaved child. Brown. 1921 Fifth avenue. h'HE nicest and cheapest furnished rooms in the city; all modern conveniences. 2280 Third avenue. FOR RENT—Furnished rooms in brick flat; all conveniences. Apply 2025 5t'h avenue. _ FOR RENT—Desirable room or rooms with private family: all conveniences; for further information phone 1843 or call at 2130 5th avenue, north._ FOR RENT—Nicely furnished room; five windows: southern exposure; all con veniences; private, northern family. 2409 5th are. __ FOR RENT—Furnished rooms for light housekeeping; call or address 705 West 20th street. FOR RENT—Two nicely furnished con necting rooms; gas stove, cabinet man tle; private entrance; adjoining bath; screens; all completely furnished for light housekeeping to couple; $12.50 per ; month; delightful summer rooms; refer ences exchanged. Apply 2210 Avenue G, phone 3198.__ j FOR RENT—First door, three room*, hall, bath room, front and back porches; j unfurnished; wrould rent furnished to j reliable party. 900 South 14tli street. FOR RENT—Furnis*hed room; cool jmd desirable; $9 per month. 1704 8-tli avenue, j FOR RENT—One Or two lovely connect- ; ing rooms, furnished or unfurnished; j electricity, cabinet mantles, large elos- j ets; newly pftpared, batli and phone ; privileges. Apply 1609 7th avenue, north. BUSINESS CHANCES. MARCONI Wireless Telegraph Stock. Subscriptions to the stock of the Mar coni Wireless Telegraph Company of Canada, may be tiled with the under signed at his office, No, 308 31st street, north. Full particulars on application. N. H. Sewall, correspondent of Mon roe & Munroe, managers for the Mar coni Underwriters, su-wed-fri-6-6-13t STOCK-companies Incorporated. If you have stocks or bonds for sale, let me try and sell them for you. George M. Kellogg, Broker, 540 Ellicott Square, Buf falo. 5-24-tit $270—30 acres of pine woodland, near Mo bile and Ohio railroad, near Bueatunvia, Miss. B. F. E'born. A~BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY—An up-to date one oven cracker factory, situated at Hattiesburg, Miss.; will be sold to the highest bidder In the next thirty days. The only cracker factory in the state. Fine location and territory. A j bargain for the right man. Listed value i $31,000. A complete Inventory sent on j application. Apply to T. M. Fuller, as signee, Hattiesburg, Miss, o-13-14t OPPORTUNITY of a life time to one j man In each city with reference and few hundred dollars (experienced sales man preferred). New and unique busi ness proposition that appeals to every man, thus making him a customer in stantly. Sherman Co., 13 Dover St.. New York. PRESIDENT well known'eorporation do ing world-wide business, wants part ner in your locality; small Investment; large profits; high grade, gilt-edge; un limited possibilities; no agents; no work required; personally guaranteed returns from start; write today. Channing Rudd, Washington, D. C._ CORPORATION controlling business es tablished 1865 desires energetic, experi enced business nmn to manage state agency: salary $2500 yearly and commis sions: Investment of $1000 and upwards and unquestionable references required. Address Box 426, Madison. I Vis._ ASK-your grocer for Oregon matches; "thousands;" 5c a box; your money’s worth. THOROUGHLY established profitable in stallment business In Birmingham; com • potent man at present in charge, with full forca.of trained, experienced men; this is an exceptional opportunity for party with a few thousand dollars; bus iness will stand closest Investigation; owners have best of reasons for selling. Address P. O. Box 62, New Orleans, La. WANTED—A partner with about *5000 or more to take an active part in one of the best manufacturing plants in this city, manufacturing a staple articlg with no competition; the best chance for a reliable party. Reference required. C., care Age-Herald. HIGH grade business man lias $5000 to J70O0 to Invest in profitable business, wholesale, retail or manufacturing. M 12, care Age-Herald. I AWYKR.1S years in all courts at Bir mingham bar, needs partner’s help take care growing business: will sell Inter est and form partnership with lawyer of a few years Alabama experience. Ad dress Lawyer, care Age-Herald._ TuCCAN signs are the beet; by the man who painted him. Hermitage of course. Address, city._ WANTED—General sales manager; wan known manufacturing Co. doing largest business of Its kind in the I'nited States; desires to contract for term of years with capable, trustworthy man to take charge of branch office and manage salesmen in this territory; sal ary (150 per month to start and ex penses, also commlsison; manager must place on deposit (1000 during term of employment, and furnish satisfactory references as to integrity; rapid pro motion assured right party. Address Manager Sales Dept., 1302 Rector Bldg.. Chicago. PARTNER-WANTED—Want active, ex perienced man capable managing in stallment fuVniture store; good oppor tunity for right party; Investment re fiulred. $1500 to $2000. Box 642. Macon, Ga. The Gawk makes best advertleln| cuts—Ajje-Hcrald Building* ONE CENT A WORD. RATES—One cert a word a day; no ad. taken for less than 25 cents for first Insertion. Cash must accompany r very order. _____ jtorrentT ' FURNISHED residence for rent June 1 to October 1; corner at 11th avenue, south. Peoples 701 or Box 873. o-22-3ttu-t h-su FOR LEASE—October 1, next, 1323 Second avenue, Steele-Smith s old stand; three stories 25x140. See owners, 7 Steiner building. 4-S-tf-su FOR RENT—Modern 6-room house, cor ner. grass, shade, very desirable; fronts east; Richmond Place station, Loop line; excellent community; call Bell phone 317. 6-26-tf FOR RENT—Nice, new 5-room, modern home; very reasonable; on car line. Apply East Lake Building & Realty Co., 72nd st. and Sloss ave. 5-24-41 FOR RENT—Typewriters, the best made, with purchase privileges. Know exactly tJie worth of the Fox before you buy. Phone 85 for one. E. E. Forbes Piano Co.. 1009 Third avenue. FOR RENT—Furnished 8-room residence, modern and new, for summer to good party. Address B., care Age-Herald. 5-23-71_ fou kkm-urnce, and desk room. Ste vens. 213% 20th st. 5-23-4t FOR RENT—From October 1, lease 3 years, 10 large rooms on 3rd floor of building, 209-211 North I9t'h street. Apply at Jacobs’ Pharmacy. WILL be out of city ifor three months this summer and will ren\ our fur nished South Highland cottage to de sirable parties for that time. D. D., care Age-Herald. FOR RENT—For summer, beautiful eight room home furnished complete. Loca tion. South Highlands. Address B. A., care Age-Herald. FOR RENT—A 2-story frame dwelling with eight rooms; newly papered and in good condition: situated on about an acre of ground, close in on West End car. R. F. Manly & Co., Chalifoux Bldg.___ FOR RENT—Ait Fountain Heights, new 2-story. 7-room house; all modern im provements. half block of street car; $32. R. H. Kerr. 617-618 1st Nat. Bank Bldg. R-27-3t FOR RENT—During the summer, one fur nished 9-room house, all conveniences. 912 S. 13th street. Inquire room 12, court house. _ FOR BENT—A large, handsomely fin ished, nicely arranged dwelling on a large, 'high lot overlooking the city; ex cellent for the summer. R. F. Manly & Co., Chalifoux Bldg. FOR RENT—For the sumnjer, furnished 30-room house, suitable for two small families; for particulars apply to Mrs. W. F. Harrell. 2000 12th avenue, north, Bell phone No. 2841. ^BOARDERS WANTED^ ROOM^^wTuT^boardT^^OS^tir^aver^B^LSSt FURNi SHDD~and_unfurnislied rooms and board. Apply 1920 6th ave. Peoples phone 2172. 5-26-21 ROOM and board! convenient location. 701 South 20th street. 5-26-Gt-sat -su-tu-we-th-f ri ROOM-and board at 2112 Flft:h ave.; also table board. Mrs. Cowan. Phone 1480. 5-26-3t NICELY furnished room for rent, with hoard. 1823 5th avenue. 5-25-3t BOARD with rooms secured; location de sirable for children. Address A. B., care Age-Herald. 5-25-3t LOVELY furnished room with board! 422 lGth street, north, corner 5th avenue. 5-23-9t WANTED— Couple or two- young men to occupy nicely furnished front room with or without board in strictly private family; everything modern; pleasant lo cation, convenient to business district. Terms reasonable. Apply G30 N. 18th st.. People's phone 202. _ ROOMS and Board—Two nicely furnish ed front rooms, facing park; and best board In private family for four young gentlemen. References required. 622 N. 24th St.* WANTED—Boarders, table or lodgers. Apply at 707 North 19th street. 5-27-3t PRIVATE ROARD—Modern Conveniences! delightful location; coni and plenty shade; between Asheville and Lake Toxaw'ay; terms reasonable. Mrs. Otis M. Corson, Brevard, N. C. 5-27-3t LA ROE front room with first-class table board; private family. Apply 530 18th street, north. Bell phone 2150. WANTED—Boarders ait 1215 19th street! South; references exchanged. ^JVIJISC E L LANEOU S.__ WANTED—Inventors to send for our free illustrated hand book, a synopsis of patent laws and regulations. Milo B. Stevens & Co., attorneys, 812 14th st., Washington, D. C. 8-27-52t-su LEARN plumbing; plumbers are in de mand everywhere at $5 a day and up; a few months at our school under the supervision of practical plumbers will enable you to earn this salary; no trou ble to secure position; we assist you; free catalogue. St. Louis Trade School, Olive st.. St. Louis. Mo. 6-13-4t-su BOOK KEEPING—AT’DTTTNG~For t ha benefit of manufacturers, merchants, professional men and others of Birming ham and vicinity, whose bookkeeping work is too small to justify the full services of a first-class bookkeeper, wo have established a “Bookkeeping De partment/’ through which wc are pre pared to give the necessary time, daily or otherwise, of high-grade bookkeepers, for the purpose of keeping your books of account in the best possible shape at all times. This work is periodically audited by our Audit Department, and full reports made thereon. We have some interesting matter for you on this subject. Ask for it. Corporation Sys tems and Audit Co., No. 937 F. X. Bank Bldg., Birmingham. F. II. Tonsmeire, resident southern manager. 5-20-tf-su-wd ANY poor girl needing friendship .help, advice, etc., will find ready and willing assistance by applying to the matron ol Salvation Army Rescue Home, 33rd sL and Ave. E. Birmingham. Ala. 6-14-tf WE want your rental business In Ens ley or near Ensley; we will give the best and cheapest service; we also sell real estate If It can be sold; try us. Ensley Real Estate and Investment Co., Ensley. Ala. Bell phone 251, Peoples phone 47. 6-20-301 FOR SALE—Yost typewriter, perfect con dition, very cheap; also rubber tired buggy, as good as new. cheap; gas stoves, cheap; suites of furniture, cheap; tilting carboys, lawns swings, new; three spring baggage wagon, new; dining room table, new; all for sale at bargain. Sold to pay storage. Call at Kates’ Transfer Co.. 1912 Morris avenue. WANTED-"Three gentle, young" fresh Jersey cows; must have long teats; none from a distance considered. Ad dress I). H. Moor, Birmingham, Ala. 5-27-2t ASK your grocer for Oregon matches; “thousanrls;’’ 5c. a box; your money’s worth._ WANT ED—Rellable young man during school vacation to fill position of ship ping clerk. Address in own hand. H. J. II.. care Age-Herald. WANTED—Competent man to ^ake charge of collecting department of large and well established concern. Good salary to right man. Only experienced ne«d apply. CAB., care Age-Herald. FOR SALE—Two pretty lots on the crest of the North Highlands; 14th avenu*; one is 240 feet deep; price very low. R. F. Marfly & Co., Chalifoux Bldg. Summer tourist rates are now in effect to mountain, lake and seashore resorts via. Queen & Crescent route.