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As usual pn Saturdays, the savings depart ment of this bank will be open from 6 to 8 p. m. to receive deposits. We are glad to say that wage-earners are availing themselves of this opportunity in larger numbers every week. American Trust and Savings Bank. First Avenue and Twentieth Street Birmingham, Ala. Safety and EDUCATIONAL. Training School of ihe Birmingham Free Kindergarten Association. Two years course of study opens Sept. 24. For catalogue and particu lars address MARY K. DREW, Principal. 2720 12th Avenue, North. Birmingham, Ala. State Normal College, Florence, Ala. A Training School fur Teachers, Tuition Free. Vi.II ctc.ps r.f expert teachers. Courses In Pedagogy. Science. Literature, History, Mathematics. English, Latin. Manual Training, Music and common school branches. Graduates readily secure good positions. Special attention given to preparation of teachers for the public schools. Fall term will begin Thursday, Septem ber 13. Board $10 and $12 per calender month. Necessary expenses $100 to $120 per ses sion of nine months. Write for catalogue to M. C. WILSON, 6-16-sat-su-wed-tf President. Hamilton College lor Young Women Lexington, Ivy., 3Sth year. Famous old school of the Blue Grass Kegion. 26 In structors of best university training. Splendid buildings, newly refurnished. Ex clusive patronage. Home care. Music, Art. and Elocution. Certificate admits to Eastern Colleges. For Year Book, address Mrs. Luella W., St. Clair. President. 6-9-26t-sat-tu-thu FREE m«l BOOKKEEPING AND SHORTHAND to FIVE persona in each county, desiring to take personal instruction, wlio will within 30 days clip and SEND this notice to either of DRAUGHON'S Montgomery, Atlanta. Nashville, Lit tle Rock, Dallas, Memphis or Jackson, Miss. . ,, We also teach BY MAIL successfully, or j. .o. r.v. Law. Penmanship, Arith metic, Letter-Writing, Drawing, Cartooning, Business English. Banking, otc. 27 Colleges in ! 5 Btntos. 3300,000.00 Capital. 1 7 years’ mioce»s. Indorsed by bush reus men. No vacation; onter anv time. Write for catalog. POSITIONS aeon ml or MONFY REFUNOEO. YOU MUST iu order to get Home Study FREE, ■L L him : write now. thttn: “ 1 dw ire to know j » n i i"-,n • T' -' r-fc • -fido In The Daily Age-Herald, Birmingham. Cove Sand, Facing Sand Fire Sand Silica is the basis of all moulding sands. We get it out 98 per cent pure ■when mixed with just enough loam to make it lift. It will not bake to the casting, hence stays in the foundry instead of going to the dump. The free use of silica saves money. Kentucky Silica Co. Louisville, Ky. »-USE Southern Express Co.’s MONEY ORDERS for all your small remittances, by mail ot otherwise. Bold on all points in the United States, Canada and on Havana, Cuba. CHEAP AND CONVENIENT. NO APPLICATION REQUIRED. A receipt is given and money will be refunded if order is lost. Sold at all agencies of the Southern Ex press Company at all reasonable hours. RATES ARE AS FOLLOWS* CENTS CENTS Mot Over Hjl 2,50. .. a Not Over $1102.30.. .33 11 3 00... 5 " 105,00.. 35 “ 10.00... 8 “ 110.00..38 * 20.00... lO " 120.00.40 “ 30.00..12 *• 130.00.4!' “ 40.00.. .15 “ 140.00. I.. “ 30.00...IN “ 130.00..48 » 60.00 20 • 100.00.. 50 * 75.00 ..23 •• 175.00 .63 •• 100.00 30 “ 200.00...60 SHIP YOUR GOODS BY THE SOUTHERN EXPRESS COMPANY This Company operates on 30.000 miles of Brst-class routes, and has eonneetlons ’vP'i ether responsible Express Companies for ■il points accessible by express. All shipments of merchandise packages, valuables, etc., ore constantly in the care of special messengers selected for the pur pose. and forwarded oa the fast passenger trains. Special attention Is given to the handling of perishables. UW RATES AND COURTEOUS TREATMENT* SOUTH MUST WORK FOR RIVER MONEY DEVELOPMENT OF INTERNAL WATERWAYS PROMISES IN THE NEXT FOUR YEARS TO MEAN MORE THAN EVER BEFORE. New Orleans, June 22.—(Special.)—Great movements usually spring from obscure origins. The federal Congress has Just ap propriated half a million dollars for the purpose of enabling the public health and marine hospital service to take the lead in eliminating the yellow fever danger from the southern states because the state gov ernments had failed to accomplish the proper sort of results in the desired direc tion. Scientists assert that it Is entirely possible to maintain practically open com munication with Central and South Ameri ca the year round without bringing in fection into the ports of the T'nited States, though a world of preliminary work will have to be done in the matter of mosquito destruction and general san itation before that day comes. From federal quarantine to high federal appropriations for Improvement of inter nal waterways is a long step, but the ten dency Is In that direction, and it will come eventually, bringing with it a prac tical solution of railroad rate questions at least insofar as the Mississippi valley is concerned. Through channel Improve ment and the construction of locks and dams, all the year water transportation can be givert the farm products of the north and west, and the iron, steel, coal and manufactured goods of the east to tide water at New Orleans for tranship ment to all the countries of the civilized world. In this way millions of dollars an nually would be saved to the people of the valley states as far east as Pitts burg and as far north and west as the I many streams emptying Into the Mis slssippi river reach, thus benefiting the commerce of the entire nation. Chicago wants deep water to the gulf. The Kansas farmer, the Pennsylvania iron moulder, i he marble quarry man of East Tennes see. and the coal miner of Alabama and West Virginia want the same thing. The fortune of one really rich railroad mag nate of New York would give 20<0nft,0tl> people their desire. Before many years shall have passed this desire will become a powerful public demand, and the fed eral Congress will most probably begin to appropriate the sums necessary to give cheap water transportation from the heart of tile nation, via New- Orleans and the Panama canal to the rich and ms yet un developed markets of the thickly popu lated countries of the far east, in this w-ay affording the high waged people of the United States a tangible advantage over the low waged peoplo of Europe, whose ships, having a greater distance to travel, must do so at greater expense. BANK CLEARINGS. Birmingham's Gain Over Last Year Is Over 14 Per Cent. New York. June 22—The following table, compiled by Bradstreet. shows the. bank clearings at the cities named f it week ended June 21 with the percentag of increase and decrease as compared with the corresponding week last year. Totals include clearings of fifty-two other cities * Canadian totals Include clearings of seven other cities in Canada: Pc. Pc. Inc. Dec. New York .$1,872,011,400 33.0 .... Chicago . 200,970.248 9.3 Boston . 148,746,725 10.8 .... Philadelphia .. .. 154.538,098 17.4 St. l»uis . 50.267,781 3.8 Pittsburg . 51.244,043 6.9 .... San Francisco .... 30.310.116 ...^ 9.4 Baltimore . 26,900,245 23.5 — Cincinnati . 25,116.500 .... 1.4 Kansas City .... 21,424.738 .... 0.2 New Orleans .... 15,566,197 .... 21.2 Louisville . 12,854,568 19.9 — Denver . H.40S.902 0.8 .... Memphis. 3.517,444 16.9 .... Richmond ., .... 5.869,366 16.4 — Washington .. ,. 5,555,089 8.8 .... Savannah . 3,216,141 10.2 .... Ft. Worth . 6.351,789 33.1 .... Atlanta . 3.904.0&1 30.4 .... Nashville . 3.141.941 17.8 .... Norfolk . 2.176,594 26.4 Augusta. Ga- .... 1.804.350 27.6 Birmingham .. .. 1,760,811 14.9 - Knoxville . 1,349,8013 3.3 .... Little Rock. *84,326 1 7.9 - Chattanooga .. 1,314.720 119.3 .... ! Lexington . 530,640 2.0 Jacksonville .. •• .1.323,505 23.6 .... •Houston . 16,623,300 31.5 — •Galveston . 10.845.000 18.7 Charleston . Vi 7'4 Macon ..454■279 — Total IT. S.$2,869,804,908 24.2 .... Totals outside of New York . 997.793.508 10.5 .... DOMINION OF CANADA. Montreal .$ 29.999.092 26.8 .... Totals .1 7u.488.553 27.8 — •—Not included In totals because con taining other items than clearings. Ideal Bottle Beer. The Beer of Quality. THROUGH CARS TO EAST LAKE CASINO Leavecoraer 2d Avenue and 18th Street every evening at 8:00, 8:12, 8:24, and go through without Btop. There in time for the show—Quiok traveling, this. MEATJ010US Amounted to $180,000,000 in Past Eleven Months LARD IS THE LEADER Bacon Is the Second Largest Export and the United. Kingdom la Uncle Sam's Best Customer. Washington, June 22.—(Special).—Ex- 1 ports of meats and meat products from the United States in the eleven months ending with !Vlay aggregated over ISO mil lion dollars. The ten months for which complete figures have been presented by the department of commerce and labor through its bureau* of statistics show a total of 166 .millions, and as preliminary figures for May indicate a total of over 16 millions for that month, this would make the total exports of meats und meat products up to June 1 about 182 million dollars, with one month remain ing to complete the fiscal year. These figures for eleven months show a larger exportation of meats and moat products than in the corresponding period of any other year in the history of our export trade, and show an increase of practically ! GO per cent when compared with the fig ures for the corresponding months of 1896. a decade earlier. This largo increase occurs in all of the principal products, but is especially noticeable in lard, oleo oil, salted pork, fresh beef and fresh pork. The value of lard exportations in the ten months end ing with April, 1896, was 28% million dol lars; in the corresponding period ending with April, 1906, it was 51% millions, hav ing thus nearly doubled in ten years. Exports of fresh beef increased from a little less than 15 million dollars in the ten months ending with April, 1896, to practically 20 millions in the same months of 1900; hams, from 9% millions to 16% millions; oleo oil and oleomargarine, from 7% millions to practically 15 millions; salt ed pork, from 3% millions to practically 10 millions. Canned beef exports show’ ; but little increase during the decade, the value in ten months of 1890 being 5 mil lion dollars and in the same months of 1906 a little less than 5% millions. Ex ports of bacon also show but ft slight in crease, the value in the ten months end ing with April, 1896, being practically 29 million dollars, and in the corresponding period of the present fiscal year 29% mil lions Lard Is Leader. In order of magnitude, the exportation of meats and meat products are. for the ten months ending with April, 1906: Lard, 51% million dollars; bacon, 29 millions; beef, fresh, practically 20 millions; hams, 16 2-3 millions; oleo oil and oleomargarine, 15 millions; salted pork, 1(1 millions; canned hefef. f»*i millions; salted beef. 4 millions; tallow, a little less than 4 mil lions; sausage casings, 2% millions; and fresh and canned pork, a million dollars each. Thus the total value of meat and meat products exported in the fiscal year 1906 will approximate 200 million dollars, and will probably exceed that of any earlier year. All parts of the world are purchasers of American provisions. The lard exports of 1905 went direc.t from the United States to 75 different countries and colonies, the largest quantity to the United Kingdom, valued at 17% million dollars; to f»er mgriy, about 15 millions; to Netherlands, practically 5 millions; to Belgium, 2% millions; to Cuba, 194 millions; while the remainder went In sums of less than 1 million dollar’s value to various other countries and colonies, prctically every European country being a purchaser to a greater or less extent, as were all of the countries of North and South America and tho principle countries of Asia and Oceania. Bacon Stands Second. Bacon, which stands second in impor tance In the value of meat products ex ported, goes largely to the United King dom, which took in 1905 practically 21 mil lion dollars’ worth out of the total of 25% million dollars’ worth exported. The next largest purchaser was Belgium, a little over 1 million dollars’ worth, fol AGGRAVATED CASE OFJP Troubled Badly for Several Years With Eczema on Limbs and Wrists — Physicians Prescribe Without Any Benefit—Blotches Now All Gone. ANOTHER WONDERFUL CURE BY CUTICURA "For several years I was troubled badly with an eczema on my limbi and wrists. Physicians in several towns had prescribed for me without giving me any results. I had often used Cuticura Ointment and received relief temporarily. In thespringof 1904 I took the Cuticura Resolvent Pills and used the Cuticura Ointment for about five weeks, and at the end of that time there was not a blotch on me anywhere. This spring I took a few vials of the Cuticura Resolvent Pills as a precautionary measure, and will continue to do so every spring simply as a spring tonic, as they are so easy to carry with you, and they certainly fix your blood for the ensuing year. I now use only Cuticura Soap. ‘‘The Cuticura Ointment and Pills certainly cured me of an aggravated case of eczema, and if it will help any other sufferer you arc at liberty to use this letter. Respectfully, St. Clair Mc Vicar, San Antonio,Texas, July 0, J 905." FOOT COMFORT In Baths With Cuticura Soap and Anointings With Cuticura, the Great Skin Cure Soak the feet on retiring in a strong, hot, creamy lather of Cuticura Soap. Dry, and anoint freely with Cuticura Ointment, the great Skin Cure. Band age lightly in old, soft cotton or linen. For itching, burning, and scaly eczemas, rashes, inflammations, and cliafings of the feet or hands, for redness, rough ness, cracks and fissures, with brittle, shapeless nails, gpd for tired, aching muscles and joints, this treatment works wonders in a single night. Cuticura Soap, Ointment, and Pllli are mid throuffhm* Ike world. Pedlar Drue k Ckaaa. Carp., Bole Ptopa.. Boittlf.T— Client! for, “How to Cure Eitry Humor.'* Mats that Sell, Wear and Please Get the Agency Get the Agency THEY WIN OVER ALL OTHERS BONAR $3.00 HAT g————b—— ) The Miller-Allaire Co., Makers ( Gordon McDaniel, - - Southern Agent lowed by Netherlands to the value of about a half million dollars, and Cuba a naif million of fresh beef. The United Kingdom Is the principal purchaser, the value thereof taken in 1906 having been $22.021,042 out of a total exportation of $22,138,366. Hams showr the next largest total, and of the 21% million dollars’ worth exported In 1905, 19% millions went to the United Kingdom, about one-half million dollars’ worth to Belgium, and a half million dollars’ worth to Cuba. Oleomargarine and oleo oil. the latter used for the production <)? oleomargarine, rank next to hams In the total value of meat products exported, amounting in ten months of 1906 to practically 15 mil- \ lion dollars, the bulk of which is oleo oil. This article goes chiefly to the but ter-making countries, the largest part to Netherlands, which took 6% million dollars’ worth out of the 11% million dol lars’ worth exported in 1905; the value sent to Germany was a little less than 2 millions; to the United Kingdom, 1 mil lion; to Norway, three-quarters of a, mil lion, and to Denmark, about a half mil lion dollars. Of the 9% million dollars’ worth of salted pork exported in 1905, nearly 6 million dollars’ worth went to the United Kingdom and less than a half million to any other country. Canned beef exportations amount to about mil lion dollars annually, and have changed little in value for several years, having been 5 million dollars In 1901 and C% mil lions in 1906. and the quantity ranging from 63% million pounds In 1901 to 66% millions in 1905. In this, as In most of the other classes of meats exported, the United kingdom was by far the largest purchaser, taking over 4 million dollars’ worth In 1905, against a little less than 1% millions’ worth sent to Japan and about one-third of a million’s worth to South Africa. ! Great Britain, it will be seen, is by I far the largest purchaser of American i meat products. Of the 75 million dol I lars* worth of bacon, ham, fresh beef, and canned beef exported in 1905. the United I Kingdom took 66 million dollars’ worth, or practically 90 per cent of the total; of the total exports of meats, valued at 100 millions, she took 80 million dollars worth, while of the 40% million dollars' worth of cattle exported In the same year she took 86% million dollars’ worth. : Comparison of Exports. The following table shows the exports of meatB and meat products from the United States in the ten months ending with April, 1896 and 1906, respectively: Ten months ending with April— Articles. 1896. 1906. Dollar^. Dollars. Bard . 28.567.60T> 51,578,103 Bacon . 18.994.849 29,530,276 Beef, fresh . 14,850.558 18,977,94* Hams ...A. 9,625,095 1 6,620,582 Oleo oil and oleo margarine . 7,374,694 14,977,680 Salted pork . 3,534,203 9.987,082 Beef Canned . fi.ino.5fl] 5.705.303 Salted . 3.338,063 4,148,956 Tallow . 1,715.133 3.822,797 Sausage casings. (•) 2,225,759 Pork Fresh . 42.745 1.101.201 Canned . (*i 1,099.428 All other meats . 1.532.320 5.193,187 Total .104,575,845 100,208,300 •—Not stated. 8UBS HAVE RACE. Exciting Preliminary Is Pulled Off at Poughkeepsie. Poughkeepsie. N. Y., June 22.—An In teresting and exciting prelude to the In tercollegiate boat races to be held here tomorrow took place on the river today In the form of n race between the sub stitutes of three of the colleges which will have competing teams In tomorrow s races. The event was Initiated last year under the name of the "Gentlemen's race." All the competitors were four-oared crews. Cornell 'varsity won. with Cornell freshmen second; Pennsylvania third and Columbia fourth. The distance was one mile and a half up stream. Columbia was never a factor in the race. Violate Mine Run Law. Fort Smith, Ark.. June 22.-Word was received here today that the officials of the Botenen-Dameil company at Har ford, Ark., hnd been arrested at the In stance of some of the miners on a charge of violating the state screen law, better known as the mine run law. The hearing has been set for Tuesday next. j SENATE EXPRESSES SYMPATHY FOR JEWS Resolution Sets Forth Horror Caused By News of Atrocities In Russia. Washington, June 22.—The Senate today adopted tho following Joint resolution: ‘‘That the people of the United States are horrified by the reports of the rnas sacre of Hebrews hi Russia on account of their race an*^ Religion and that those bereaved thereby have the hearty sym pathy of the people of this country." The resolution was introduced by Sen- ; ator McLaurin of Mississippi, who asked Immediate consideration. Senator Lodge asked for time to examine the document and after doing so, announced liis ap proval. The resolution was then adopted without debate. As It Is a Joint resolution, It will be necessary for It to be acted upon by the House and signed by the President to be a complete legislative act. The President has not been able to de vise any plan whereby he can render assistance to persecuted Jews In Russia and the same is true of state department officials. COMING TO BIRMINGHAM. Bishop H. C. Morrison Will Make This His Home In Future. New Orleans, Juno 22.— Bishop H. C. Morrison of the Methodist Episcopal church, south, now resident at New Or leans. today said to the Associated Press that he experts to move to Birmingham within the next ten days. He will make Birmingham his home. Would Enjoin L. & N. Louisville, June 22.—The Order of Rail way Telegraphers In the Jefferson circuit court today filed an action against the Louisville and Nashville Railroad com pany wherein an injunction Is proved for. It is alleged that the Louisville and Nash- , ville railroad is using threats against operators who desire to Join the order, and is resorting to the same tucths against those of its operators who be long to the order. A NOTRE DAME LADY’S APPEAL. To all knowing sufferers of rheumatism, whether muscular or of the joints, eciatica, lumbagos, backaches, pains in the kidneys or neuralgia pains, to write to her for a home treatment which has repeatedly cured nil of these tortures. Sho feds it her duty to send it to all sufferers FREE. You cure yourself at home as thousands will testify—no change of climate being necessary. This simple discovery banishes uric arid from the blood, loosens the stiffened Joints, puri fies the blood, and brightens the eyes, giving elasticity and tone to the whole system. If the o'jovo interests you. for proof Address Mrs M Summers, Box 400, Votre Dame, ind. I_I Southern Railway Co. Schedule in Effect April 29, 1906. N. B.—Following schedule llgures pub lished only as information and are nut guaranteed. Gdon.in.—No. 38. for Atlanta, Washing ton, Baltimore, Philadelphia, New York and the East. Pull man Drawing Hoorn Sleeping Car, Birmingham to New York. Dining Car, Birming ham to Atlanta. 6:00 a.m.—No. 19, for Montevallo, Ma plesvllle, Selma and way sta tions. 12:25 p m.—No. 36, for Columbus, West Point, Winona. Greenwood and Greenville; also Sheffield and Florence and North Ala bama points. 8:40 p.m.—No. 15, for Cordova. Oakmafl, Corona and way stations; also Blossburg. 6:45 a.m.—No. 22, for Anniston, Heflin and way stations; also ltomo, Ga. 6:60 p.m.—No. 36, for Allsnta. Charlotte, Richmond, Washington, New York and the East. Pullman Sleeping Car Birmingham to Richmond. Va. 4:05 p.m.—No. 24, Anniston, Atlanta 'nd way stations: also for Jack sonville and all Florida points also Talladega, Ala. Pullman Sleeping Car Birmingham to Brunswick. 10:20 p.m.—No. 37, for Columbus. West Point, Winona, Greenwood and Greenville. Pullman Draw ing Room Sleeping Car Bir mingham to Greenville. 10:35 p.m.—No. 21. for Selma. Mobile and way stations. Pullman Draw ing Room Sleeping Car Bir mingham to Mobile. 11:30 p.m.—No. 98, for Atlanta, Anniston and way stations. Pullman Sleeping Car, Birmingham to Atlanta Sleeping Car can be occupied at Union station 9:30 p. m. For dPtalled Information and sleeping car reservations apply passenger office. Morris Hotel Building. Telephone 3061 Bell and 617 Peoples. J. N. HARRISON. Dlst. Pass. Agt. R. B. CREAGH, Trav. Pass. Agt. Summer Rates To Round Trip. NEW YORK $45.60 BOSTON $50.60 BALTIMORE $36.60 PHILADELPHIA $40.60 via CENTRAL OF GEORGIA RAILWAY to SAVANNAH, thence STEAMSHIP LINES. Tickets Include meals and berth on steamships. Final return limit October 31, 1906. JBEO. E. JORDAN, T. P. A., 1921 1st Ave., Birmingham, Ala. Phones 976. Birmingham and Atlantic Railroad. Schedule Effective June 10, 19Wi. Daily. No. 1. Lv. Talladega.7:45 a.m. . No. 3 Lv. Talladega .4:20 p.m. | Lv. Birmingham (Sou. or 8. A.I,.). .6:45 a.m. | Lv. Birmingham (Sou. or S A L.). .4:05 p.m. Ar. Birmingham (Sou. Ky.).10:15 a.m. Ar. Birmingham (Sou. Ky.).7:30 p.m. Ar. Talladega .10:44 a m. Ar. Talladega . 7:08 p.m. For furiher Information apply to O. F PATTBERG. O. P. A. Talladega, Ala. W. M. TARPLEY, A. O. P. A., ANCHOR LINE GLASGOW AND LONDONDERRY! Sailing from New York every Saturday. New Twin Screw Steamships, "CALEDONIA” and "COLUMBIA.” Average passage 7% days. And Favorite Steamship*,* “ASTORIA" and "FERNESSIA." Henderson Bros., New York, or Steiner Bros., Bankers, R. 'V Luckett, Union Passenger Station. Birmingham. • RAILWAY SCHEDULES Showing the arrival and departure of passenger trains at tho Union station. Birmingham: (Effective May 27, 1906.) Louisville and Nashville Railroad* Arrive from— I Depart to— N. Orleans..11:45 amlcinclnnatl ..12:05 pm N. Orleans.. 9:10 pm Cincinnati ..9:1# pm Cincinnati ..8:25 am N. Orleans.. 8:33 am Cincinnati ,, 4:00 pm N. Orleans.. 4:20 pm •Decatur ... 7:00 pm •Decatur ....6:15am •Decatur ...10:00 am •Decatur ....3:35 pm Mont’g’y ... 7:15 pm Montg'y ....6:10am Montg'y ....10:40 am Montg'y _3:15 pm Birmingham Mineral Railroad. Arrive from— Depart to— Blocton .10:50 am Blocton .6:20 am Blocton .6:35 pin Blocton .2:00 pm •Blocton —6:00 pm *0100100 ....6:30 am Anniston via Anniston via Gadsden ..10:25am Gadsden ..4:10 pm Anniston via Anniston via Gadsden ..6:35 pm Gadsden ..8:35am Southern Railway. Arrive from— Depart to— Atlanta .10:15 am Atlanta .4:05 pm Atlanta ..... 5:35 am Atlanta .ll:30pm Mobile .5:30 am Gr'viUe .10:20 prn Grvlllo .5:4«)am Wnsh'n .6:50 pm Wash’n .12:05 pm Heflin .5:45 am Heflin .7:30 pm Gr’ville .12:25 pm Gr’villa .5:00 pm Mobile .10:35 pm Mobile .10:15 pm Selma .6:00 am Wash’n .0:30 pm Wash’n .6:40 am Corona .9:35 am|corona .8:40 pm Queen and Crescent Route. Arrive from— Depart to— N. Or.5:40 am Clncin.5:45 am Clncin.10:20 pm N. Or.10:25 pm Clncin.10:15 am N. Or.10:20 am Chatta.12:00 m ohatta.4:00 pm Meridian ...11:20 pm Meridian ....4:30pm Meridian ...12:25 pm Meridian ....6:45am N. Or.6:40 pm Clncin.6:45 pm Frisco System. Arrive from— jDepart to— Memphis ... 3:55 pin Memphis ...12:20 pm Memphis ... 5:40 am Memphis ...10:30 pm Winfield _10:00 am;Winfield ....4:00 pm Amory .6:25 pmjAmory .6:30 am Central of Georgia. Arrive from— (Depart to— Savannah ..10:00 pin Macon .7:00am Savannah ..12:05 pmiSavannah ...4:00 pm Seaboard Air Line, Arrive from— .Depart to— Richmond ..10:20 pm Rlchmond ..6:35am Richmond ..11 :.r.9 am Richmond ..4:06pm All trains run by central time. Trains marked thus (*) are daily except Sunday. TOMBIGBEE VALLEY RAILROAD COMPANY. Passenger schedule effective May 2, 1909. Going North Going South read down. Read up. No. 2. No. 1. Lv. 7:15 a.m. Calvert _Ar. 7:40 p.m. Ar. 7:30 a.m. Falrford ....Lv. 7:25 p.m. Lv. 8:30 a.m.... Falrford —Ar. 6:05 p.m. Lv. 9:15 a.m...Hints Chapel..Lv. fi:25 p.m. Lv. 10:45 a.m. Chuton _Lv. 3:57 p.m. Lv. 12:40 p.m. MUlry .Lv. 2:30 p.m. Ar. 12:40 p.m..Heal * Sprgi..Lv. 2:30 p.m Train No. 4. Train No 3. Lv. 8:10 p.m. Calvert ....Ar. 6:00 a.m. Arv. 8:25 p in_ Falrford ...Lv. 5:45 a.m. Trains No. 1 and No. 4 meet No. 22. northbound on the Southern railway from Mobile. Tialns No. 2 and No. 3 meet No. 21 on the Southern railway, southbound, and No. 116 northbound to and from Mobile. Connections are clone and passengers can buy through tickets and can check baggage through from points on South ern railway to all points to T. V, Line and vice versa. JOHN T. COCHRANE. CHARLES P DUKE, President Superintendent. CARROLLTON SHORT LINE RAIL WAY COMPANY. SCHEDULE Effective June 15, 1916. No. 1. No. 2. 8 :4» p.m.. .Lv..Reform, Ala. .Ar. .12:25 p.m. 4:05 p.m..Lv.... Stansel -Ar..12:06 p.m. 4:28 p.m .Lv.. Carrollton ..Lv.. 11:50 a.m. 4:43 p.m. .Lv.. Carrollton ..Ar. .11:35 a.m. 4:58 p.m..Lv. Dlllburg ...Ar..11:15 a.m. 5:25 p m..Ar... Alicevllle ...Lv..11:00 a.m. First-class passenger trains meet and connect with all main line Mobile & Ohio trains. For further Information apply to JvilN T. COCHRANE. Pres, and Gen'l Manager, Carrollton. Ala.