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RATKS—One rent n irord n flay I no ad. taken for lea* than 25 ernta for flrat Inaertlon. Cnah muat accompany every order. $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 W. V. M. ROBERTSON, General Manuger, 2000 First Ave yHE Age-Herald will print > all advertisements of "Situations Wanted’’ , ' FREE OF COST ]1 you want a position, ask § for it in this column. Every body w'ill read your want and , y if you he worthy you will find employment WANTED. BHAVING~T(>c^aT'lffll^mTiiven u®] tf WANTED—Customers for showcases, lion safes and Carrara paint. Alabama Gro cery company. l-l-tf ^FANTED—Directory of <dty of Birming ham. 1»H> edition, new or second-hand. Apply 44f» Hoo4 Bldg 7-ii*-:u WANTED—Owners to list their property with us. We have quick buyers for homes, timber and mineral lands. W. S. Terrell & Co.. 827 Hood - -ildlng. Peo ple’s phone 1634. 5-6 tf ^SITUATION® WANTED. WANTED—Position In Alabama; licensed pharmlst; 3 years experience; good ref erence; single. Address Box 601, Griffin, Ga. 7-20-2t ▲ WHITE woman wants situation as cook In a small family; reference given. Address A., care Age-Herald. AN experienced sick nurse is very anx ious for nursing to do. Address Mrs. G. E. B., P. O. Box 106, Woodlawn, Ala. 7-20-2t WANTED—Small set of books to keep in evenings; new books to open or accounts to audit by competent man of ten years experience. Address T. M. G., care Ago Herald,__7-20-21 WANTED—Employment by experienced business man; capable of taking entire charge of an office or commissary; buy ing and selling; no objection to locating outside of city or traveling. Address, G. No. 27, care Age-Herald. WANTED—Work by man of energy with furnace or mining company, to look after wood and timber or collect hands for company; honorable references fur nished. Address W., care Age-Herald. 7-19-2t | WA NTED — Position Immediately by ex perienced bookkeeper and general office ; man. Can furnish good references and bond if necessary. Address J. D. S., care Age-IIerald. 7-19-2t ' ^JIELP^WANTED._ WANTED—Two mattress makers; steady work. Apply at once Hodges Mattress company, Mobile, Ala. 7-19-31 HELP WANTED—FEMALE. YOUNG lady of good address to take or ders for line of office supplies In the -city. Apply 2007 3rd ave. HELP WANTED—MALE. WANTED—Good bookkeeper.“one that can come well recommended, and who does not drink and will not object to night work. Apply between 10 and 11 a. rn. W. R. McVay, 2120 Second avenue. __7-19-3t THOl’SANDS of men owe their advance ment to us; If you are a competent man we hnve a position for you; write for booklet, llapgoods, 633 Williamson Bldg., Cleveland. Ohio, and 726 Park Bldg., Pittsburg. Pa. WANTED—Carpenters; nil-summer Job i:i mountains near Asheville; house, mill and Flume construction; wages $1.50, $3; bring your family and spend the summer and fall in comfort; nice cot tages rented $2.50 month; also can give permanent employment to any number saw mill hands and common laborers ut $1 to $1.50; men with families preferred; no liquor allowed. The Champion Fibre Co.. Woods Department, Sunburst, Hay wood County. N. C. 7-G-tf $FANTED—For U. S. army; Able-bodied unmarried men. between ages of 21 and 86; citizens of United States of good character nnd temperate habits, who can speak, read and write English. Apply to recruiting officer, 7Ft N. 20th St., Birmingham. Ala. 7-1-ly ROOMS AND BOARD WANTED. hoard on South Highlands; private family preferred; best of references. 8. V. K . cure Age-Herald. 7-20-2t Wanted-Room and board for couples or gentleman. Mrs. Cowan, 2112 Fifth ave. People’s phone 1480. 7-H»-3t BOARDERS WANTED. ROOM with hoard. 2209 6th ave. 6-22-3ot jtOOMS and board 1903 Fifth avenue, north. , 7-18-6t. ELEGANTLY appointed rooms; fine table board; everything first class; centrally located. Mrs. Abbey, 1920 N. 6th ave. WANTED—Room and board for couple's or gentleman. Mrs. Cowan. 2112 5th ave. Peoples phone 1480. 7-20-3t FRONT ROOM witil"board7~422 16t h~street. north, corner 6th avenue. 7-1-tf FOR SALE. FOfPsALK-First class delivery horse and wagon; cheap for cash. Call at Alabama Livery company. 7-19-3t FOR SALE— Fine second-hand counters with marble base and show cases, suit able for any business; bargain. Clay. Rell phone 370. 7-19-7t FOR SALE—Engine, holler, pump. pipe. track and hoisting drum. $.VK>. Stevens. 213% 20th St. 7-19-21 4twayyy $3800. New cottage home on 17th st., South Highlands; 5 rooms, bath and two servants’ rooms. $1000 cash, balance easy, 6 per cent. Are you going to pay rent forever. Turner R. Weakley & Co., 2113 First Ave. 7-12-tf FOR SALE—House and large lot. $1700; garden and fruit will support family. Stevens, 213% 20th St. 7-19-2t FOR SALE—Controlling Interest in a valuable undeveloped, best quality flake graphite property In Alabama, on good creek and railroad. Address B. IV Ivey, Birmingham. Ala. 7-lS-"it FOR SALE—A fine set of drug store fix tures; the set we are now using. Collier Drug Co., 2012 1st avenue. 6-20-tf ROOMS FOR RENT. jlARC!?r’comfortable room private house: all conveniences. $12.50 month. 2021 5th Ave., N. 7-18-31 1ROOMS for a couple or three young men at 2021 6th ave.; also excellent lyoard. Apply at address diver 7-ll-10t FURNISHED rooms for rent. 1914 5th avenue.7-15-7t MONEY TO LEND. rKAiT'eSTATE LOANR^Thlrty. Sixty and Ninety days and Twelve r ntha. City Loan and Banking company. Hell phone 240. 4-14-tt MONEY TO LOAN-Onr client will loan $5000 on Improved property. Stevens. 213% 20th St. 7-19-2t MONET LOANED SALARIED PEOPLE without security; eaey payments. Union Discount Co., SIS Woodward Bids. 10-8-tf ONE CENT A WORD.: HATES—One oenl n word h dsj | no | ml. taken for lea* than 25 centa for Ural Inaerllon. (it ah mtial accompany every order. _ LAND TITLES, TITLE INSURANCE Jeffem-.n. Shelby and SL Clair County Title mial’.ess Eiclu»tT#ly. Birmingham Title and Guarantee Company 225 Twenty-first Street. j. K. BROCKMAN. General Manager. fOreanlzed Jvly -MJ.I SOUTHERN AUDIT CO Expert accounlnR to ail its branebee. Periodical examinations made. New «y* tem* installed. 210 First National Bank. Bell phone 690. F0R FOR RENT—From now until September 15 or October 1. elegantly furnished res idence on the South Highlands; within two blocks of Five Points; owner leav ing the city for the summer; will rent for private family use only; references required. Address Box B. R. M., care Age-Herald. 7-IS-4t ~ LOST. STRAYED OR STOLEN. DIAMOND setting lost between West End and city yesterday afternoon. Find er can secure reward by return to A. S. Tlust, telegraph department Age-Her ald.__ MISCELLANEOUS. ANY^Soor girl needing friendship .help, advice, etc., will find ready and willing assistance by applying to tho matron of Salvation Army Rescue Home. 33rd et. and Ave. E. Birmingham. Ala. 6-16-tf REAL ESTATE._ FOR SALE. Lot 50x128—12th ave., north., near 14th st.; $750; terms easy. $1250—100 feet; eastern front; on 32d street; near Lakeview car line. FOR RENT. 5ri*oom house, large lot and good well; near Hagood station, $10. L. G. PETTYJOHN, Phones 465 and 1101. 1826H 3d Ave. FOR SALE The Atlantic Manufacturing company requests bids in writing on their Soil Pipe | Foundry and Machine Shop, located in Savannah, Ga., together with $3000 w'orth I of raw and manufactured material on ! hand. The plant is practically new, well I equipped nnd In excellent running order. 1 Good trade established. Sealed bids to be 1 opened on Wednesday. 25th of July, should ho marked “FCM'NDRY." and addressed to B. 8. Elliott, Esq., citizens Bank Build ing, Savannah, Ga. The company reserves , the right to accept or reject any or nil , bids. For further information, address EDWARD S. ELLIOTT, The Atlantic Manufacturing Co. FOR SALE—CHEAP 0,000, centra! business corner, rents for $75 per month. 100x140-foot Improved corner, very choice business property. 5 acres, Woodlawn, very cheap. CHARLES SUMNER, G26 N. 22nd St. _ T^m SALK. $2000—Lot Ave. II.. bet. 30th nnd 31st Sts. $2750—Lot front Rhodes circle. $3000—Lot Ave K., bet. !8th and 10th Sis. $5000—Two-story res.; Ave H„ 21st and 22nd Sts. $2750—Large lot 14 block S. 20th St. $20.000—Highland avenue residence, large lot. $5500—Two-story res. S. 12th ave. $40 Per Ft.—Choice corner opposite Glen IrlB. $5500—Ensley store; pays over 12 per cent. $5000—Lot 6th avo„ 21st and 22nd Sts. $12,500—25x18214; 1st ave., 22nd and 23rd Sts. $100 Per Ft.—Cor. 6th ave.. and 24th St. $7500—25x140. 2nd ave., 16th and 17th Sis. $2600—Ina St., residence. $3200—Nice home 20th St., 13th and 16th aves. $40(1(1—I.algo N. Highlands home, big lot. $6500—Lovely Norwood Place; furnace. M'CONNELL A ANGUN. Both phones 1523. 2018 Third Ave. RENTAL NOTICE. To the man that wants to have his prop erly rented by October 1 and the tenant that wants to get a nice place by that time, I want to say "get busy." Don't wait until the last minute nnd then complain because you did not get what you want ed. 1 have all classes of property for rent, some few houses that can be had right now. GEORGE BILBE. Bell phone 24. 223 21st street. $750 Cash Balance $40 month at ti per cent Inter est, new 8-room furnace-heated mod ern home, attractive place and worth the money. Better buy this quirk, for will be rented In few days If not sold, and your chances gone for another year. Brazelton Realty Co. 0.3 Hood Building. Bell, 4066. Safe Investments For Sale Our judgment is that all of the following properties are absolutely safe invest ments. They are situated where they are practically certain to enhance In value in a short time, ami they are paying ns well nt the present as any property you t an purchase of. the same class. $6500—50x100; 9-room house: rented at $50 per month; located on 18tli street, near 7th avenue. $7500- 100x145 Three new. attractive cot tages on this, renting for $52.50 a month; would like to show rent statements on this for months past. It is a Belt rail road corner and well situated. $8000—60xl'4o; 8-room house; rented at $50 per month: fronting rapitol park. $8000— 50x140; large house on front and double negro house on rear, all renting for $42.50 per month; on 1st avenue, be tween 24th ami 25th streets. $3000-—25x140; well improved with bricks; on Avenue between 20th and 21st streets: rented for $25 per month. Turner R. Weakley & Co. 2IU First Avenue. FOR SALE' $11,500-100x140; “B” & 24th st.; 7 houses; rents $1200. $15,000— 6th ave. & 26th st.; 3 houses. $12,000—50x140; new depot. $15,000— Brick store 18th st.. near 1st ave. $16.500—Brick store 22d. near 2nd ave. j550(V_Rps.. 22d near 5th ave. $35 per foot; lot South 13th st. W. B. LEEDY & CO. Phones No. 42._No. 112 N. 21st 8t. Attractive ads. are Illustrated. Lot the Gawk make your Illustration*. Age-Herald Building. ONE CENT A WORD, j HATRS—One rent n word n dnyi no Hd. taken for Iron thnn 25 cents for j tlrst Insertion. Cnsh must accompany every order. realT estateT FOR RENT. 2222-24 7th Ave., 9 rooms. 2404 4th Ave., N., 9 rooms. 1439 11th Avenue, N.. 7 rooms. 1313 13th Ave.. N., 9 rooms. 1315 N. 14th Street, 5 rooms. 713 N. 21st Street. 9 rooms. 1217 N. 13th Street, 7 rooms. 930 N. 18th Street, furnished, 8 rooms. 2018H 1st Ave.. 9 rooms. 1818 Avenue E, 7 rooms. 1021 S. 18th Street, 9 rooms. 817 S. 13th Street, furnished. We have nice cottages at Woodlawn, East laike, Avondale. Kingston, etc. We write all kinds of insurance, make bonds, negotiate loans, sales, etc. UNDERWRITERS REAL ESTATE AND RENTAL CO. A. D. SMITH. President. Both phones 813. 210 N 21st street. HOMES FOR SALE $6760—Beautiful. 8-room, corner, furnace heated; hardwood floors and finish, and altogether the most attractive looking place on South Highlands; one block car line; a good man can get good terms. $8600— Another beautiful South Highland homo; 9 rooms, furnace; lot 60x182; ele vated and faces south; nearly new; owners going west and offer a bargain. $8000—A pretty 10th avenue (south) home; new and convenient; fine neighborhood; this Is big house and you can get very fine terms on this. $10.000—A new. double brick. South High lands. finely located; now rented for $900 year; will give good terms on this and it will enhance in value. $500 Cash—Balance like rent, gets a new', 8-room corner home; furnace; this is now rented till October, 1907; have a good proposition whereby you can own the place while It is increasing in value and the rent nearly pays for it; mighty few chances like this. $1700—A 2-acre place with neat, pretty, 4 room cottage; barns, ohicken houses and yards and fruit; good fences and fine bored well; rich land for trucking; all nearly new; this Is close to Ensley; ore and one-half miles to steel plant; men living half mile otherside walk to their work at steel plant; new steel plant will be closer and this land will double in value; fronts on pike road; pretty, too; has to be all cash, but can fix It so you can get easy terms. $860—29 acres; mile or two above Boyles; this Is dirt cheap. $2500—8 rooms; Humboldt avenue, close to 20th street car line, and easy walking distance to town; have a good propo sition here for a man who knows how’ to buy a poor horse and fatten him to sell again. $1650—6 acres and good 4-room house and 2 rooTn house; in Shades valley; 4 miles from court house; level and rich land; fruit and grapes; fine well; better hurry if you want this. Brazelton Realty Ct. 323 Hood Building. 406,6 Bell. RESIDENCE LOTS CHEAP. $6000—190x240, 11th ave.. north, and 16th st.; will sell all or any part of same. We have several nice lota on 15th st., between 11th and 12th aves., north, that we will sell at $16 per front foot. Cheapaset property in Birmingham. See them. W. Q. OLIVER & CO., 2025 Third Avenue. Both Phones 1681 NEW BARGAINS FOR SALE. $3150—$1150 cash, bulance 1, 2 and 3 years; corner, 150x170, with 5-room cottage one block of cars at West End; splendid home; bath, city water, etc. $13,000—26x140, on 6th ave., near jJOth St. Terms. $27,600— Highland ave. home; best house; best location; most modern home on this grand avenue; very reasonable terms if desired. 8. E. THOMPSON, Bell phone No. 24. 223 21st street. MONEYTO LOAN Liberal Loan Company. We (will loan you money on liberal terms. When you get In trouble, call on us, and we will help you out. Anything of value we will take as collateral. Call and see us, 2220 2d ave., and we will treat you right and make you feel satisfied. Phone, No. 279 Peoples. M. MALONEY, Manager. *RS. DOZIER. 4L DOZIERS MEDICO-SURGICAL AND ELEC TRO-THERAPEUTIC INSTI TUTE, | 117'/a N. Twenty-first Street, X BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA. A strictly high-class Institute for the scientific treatment of all Chronic, Nervous, Blood. Skin. Rectal, Female and Genlto-l’rLnary diseases. Deform ities. Tumors, Stiff Joints, Cancer, Lupus. Malignant I’lcerp. Rheuma tism. and Consumption. g Hemorrhoids, Varlcoce e, Hernia and Venereal Diseases of every i name, nature, form and r character are also treated and a legal guarantee of Cure will Be Given l In every Case. j Our equipment, consisting of well kept prescription department, X-Ray, Violet Rwy. Static and Oulvano-Far ndlc apparatus, Supor-IIeated Air, Electric Light Cabinet, Eureka Nebuli zer and Ozone Inhalations for nose, throat and lungs, and a thoroughly equipped Surgical Department, modern and up-to-date in every particular, give us a prestige over all competitors in Alabama In our special line of practice. CORRESPONDENCE INVITED. Consultation and examination free. Terms liberal and confidence held Inviolate. Office hours 8 a. m. to 7 n m. Sundays. 8 a. m. to 1 p. m. A FEW OF MANY ENDORSE MENTS FROM THE PRESS: The Birmingham Ledger: Drs. Do zier are without doubt *he best known specialists In the south, and their fame Is due entirely to their great skill. The Birmingham News: Beth Drs. O. T. and Byron Dozier are reliable and experienced physicians and sur geons. who deserve the great success wlflch has been and is theirs. The Age-Herald: Drs. Dozier’s long standing and approved abilities en titl'd them to the proud distinction of standing at the head of their profea slon. Past,Present and Future Paint The best “past” paint is the paint which has worn down evenly, leaving the surface ready for repainting without the need of expensive scraping and “burning-ofF.” The best “present” paint is the paint which is applied with least labor, covers the most sur face per gallon, and looks the best when on. The best “future” paint is the paint which lasts without cracking or peeling, affording perfect protection for the great est number of years. Viewed in any of these ways, Collier Pure White Lead (Made by the Old Dutch Process) mixed with Pure Linseed Oil is best. Good painters all say so. Send for our free book. It telU about paints, thoroughly yet simply, sad gives you a test for paint purity. NATIONAL LEAD COMPANY Freeman Ava. and 7th St., Claclnaatl, O. For sale by 6rtt class dealer*. For Sale by all Dealers. James L. Sandefur, D. D. 8. W. Archie McDaniel, D. D. 8. Drs. Sandeful & McDaniel DENTISTS Set Teeth _ Gold Crowns, $5.00. (tESsfife $5.00. Fillings, Bridgework. 60c up. $5 per tooth. Teeth Extracted Without Pain. Both Phonee 44. Open Sundays. Work Guaranteed. NEW YORK DENTAL PARLORS Corner 2d. Avenue and 19th Street, Over Adams’ Drug Store. ANNOUNCEMENTS. For Sheriff. I hereby announce myself as a candl* ate for the office of sheriff of Jefferson County, subject to the action of the dem ocratic party, in the forthcoming primary. ALBERT STRADFORD. I hereby announce myself as a candi date for the ofTlce of sheriff of Jefferson county, subject to the action of the dem ocratic party. J. P. STILES. I here announce myself a candidate for sheriff of Jefferson county, subject to the actjpn of the democratic primaray, August 27. im HUGH McGEEVER. Higdon will make a good sheriff. His administration will be fair and clean. “Go to work and help elect him.” For Road Supervisor. To the Democratic Voters and Citizens of Jefferson County: I am a candidate for re-election to the office of road supervisor of Jefferson county, subject to the action of the dem ocratic party. J. ED. HAIGLER. I hereby announce myself as a candi date for the office of road supervisor of Jefferson county, subject to the action of the democratic party. JOE HILL. Joe S. Davis is a candidate for road supervisor of Jefferson county, subject to the action of the democratic party. Will appreciate as much as anyone your sup port, and if elected will strive hard to do my whole duty. Inquire of those who know me as to my ability and Integrity. For State Senator. I hereby announce myself a candidate for nomination by the democratic and conservative party for the office of sen ator in the legislature of Alabama for tha Thirteenth senatorial district, composed of the county of Jefferson. NATHAN L. MILLER. For Representative. 1 hereby announce myself as a candidate for the office of representative from Jef ferson county to the lower house of the legislature, subject to the action of the democratic primary. W. E. URQUHART. Col. W. W. Shortridge of Ensley author izes the announcement of his candidacy for representative to the legislature from Jefferson county, subject to the action of the democratic rarty in primary to be held August 27. 190«. Jere Clemens King of Birmingham au thorizes the announcement of his candi dacy to represent Jefferson county in the next legislature, subject to the action of the democratic primary on August 27, i$06. The Age-Herald Is authorized to an nounce Dr. M. C. Ragsdale of McCalla as a candidate for representative from Jefferson county in the next legislature, subject to the action of the democratic primary August 27. 19W. I am a candidate for the democratic nomination for representative In Alabama legislature from Jefferson county. SAMUEL WILL JOHN. The Age-TTerald is authorized to an nounce W. T. Newberry a candidate to the next legislature from Jefferson coun ty. subject to the action of the demo cratic primary. Auguat 27. ft-S-tf Felix E. Blackburn announces himself as a candidate for re-election to the legis lature. subject to the action of the dem ocratic party. L. J. Haley. Jr., of Birmingham, is a candidate for Representative in the Legis lature of Alabama from Jeffe :on coun ty. subject to the action of the democratic party. ROMA INK ROYD of ENSLEY is a can didate for Representative in the next Legislature of Alabama, from Jef^rson county, subject to the action of the demo cratic party. MESSENGER BOYS WANTED. Regular work to good boys. \pply to MOTOR CYCLE MESSENGER SERVICE. 1914 Fourth Avenue. j PROMOTIONS IN ALABAMA OFFICES SEVENTEEN CLERKS IN ALABAMA POSTOFFICES GET AN INCREASE OF ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS PER YEAR. Washington, July 19.—(Special.)—The First Assistant Postmaster General today made promotions ot clerks hi postoffices in the state of Alabama. The promotions will be made effective July 1, last. They are as follows: Birmingham—Nine clerks from WOO to $700 a year; five clerks from $700 to $800; one clerk from $800 to $900, and two clerks from $1000 to $1100. Montgomery—Two clerks from $600 to $700; one clerk from $800 to $900. Mobile—Four clerks from $700 to $800; two from $800 to $900; one clerk frarm $900 to $1000. Bessemer—One cletk $700 to $800. Gadsden—One clerk from $500 to $600. Huntsville—One clerk from $700 to $800. New Decatur—One clerk from $400 to $500. Opelika—One clerk from WOO to $600. Selma—One clerk from $600 to $700; one clerk from $700 to $800. Talladega—One clerk from $700 to $800. Troy—One clerk from $400 to $600. Tuscaloosa—One clerk from $000 to $700. IN THE BIRMINGHAM REAL ESTATE MARKET A steady inquiry for property is report ed in local real estate circles but only a moderately active market in the way of sales prevails. Prices show a marked degree of firmness. The proper papers were filed in the prob ate clerk’s office yesterday recording the following transactions dn local real estate in which amounts of $1000 or more were involved: William Driskell and wife to Anne T. Bondurant, lot 3 In block 2 according to Reese M. Thomas’ survey of a portion of the east half of the southwest quarter of the southwest quarter of section 36, township 17, south of range 4 west, being a rectangle 104.35 feet by 105.38 feet, the consideration involved in the transaction being $1640. W. J. Duncan and wife to Joseph Mag pis. lot 14 in block 189, Birmingham, the said lot fronting 45 feet on the east side of Twenty-flTst street and extending back 100 feet, the consideration involved in the transaction being $2250. S. E. Cowin and wife to William Rob erts, real estate In section 29, township 17, range 2 west, as designated in the plan of the King Land and Improvement com pany's first addition to Avondale, the said property being now laid off as lota 29 and 30 in block 3, fronting 100 feet on the west side of Forty-second street and extending hack along the north side of the Sixth avenue macadamized county road 140 feet to an 18-foot alley in the rear, the consideration involved in the trans action being $1100. Kate J. Robinson and W. F. Robinson to William Nimmer, the northwest quar ter of the northwest quarter of section 25, township 16, range 3 west, excepting about 16 acres off the west side and con taining about 26 acres, the consideration involved in the transaction being $2500. Hugh Morrow and wife to Mrs. Minna Roegner, block 3 "G” as shown by the map of the Walker Land company’s sur vey of East Wood lawn, the consideration involved in the transaction being $4060. Thomas A. Wilson and wife to M. H. Collins, a fractional part of lot 2 in block 16 according to the Haskell and Miller survey, the said lot fronting on the north side of Twenty-first avenue, North Bir mingham, 50 feet and extending back be tween Twenty-sixth and Twenty-seventh streets 140 feet to an alley in the rear, the consideration Involved In the trans action being $1900. M. Moran und wife to G. W. Bragan and A. D. Bragan, part of lot 17 in Cope land and Henry’s survey, the said lot fronting 174 feet on the south side of Scheie street and 50 feet on the east side of Nineteenth street, the considera tion involved In the transaction being $1500. G. B. Edwards and wife to W. B. Bush, lots 1 to 52 in block 2; lots 27 to 52 in block 3 and lots 1 to 26 In block 5, all. according to Eld wards and Bush’s addi tion to Brighton, the consideration in volved in the transaction being $2000. COPYISTS ON STRIKE. Policyholders’ Committee Is In More Trouble at Albany. Albany, N. Y., July 19—A strike of considerable proportion of the male copy ists employed In the addressing company which Is copying the lists of the Insur ance companies for the international poli cyholders’ committee occurred today. Trouble appears to have arisen over the fact that the copyists hired In Albany were paid 11 per 1000 names, while a number of men were sent from New York under engagement to be paid 85 cents. Several of these latter men said today that the representative of the company had assured them that they could make J2 ol' $3 a day, whereas they found the conditions such that they could not even make a dollar. A uniform rate of $1 was finally conceded by the company and a number of strikers went back. They sent a delegate to the city charities commis sion representing themselves as desti tute and asking for transportation back to New York. New Scheme for Cheap Ice. Detroit. Mich., July 19.—Mayor George p. Godcl announced today that he has under way plans for the establishment of a municipal plant In this city which Will furnish Ice to cltlsens at the cost of cutting, storing and delivery. WANTED Bright intelligent girls over 17 years of age as telephone operators. Apply to the Chief Operator of the Birmingham Exchange, Bell Telephone Company. THROUGH OARS TO EAST LAKE CASINO. Leave corner of 2d avenue and 18th street every evening at 8, 8:12, 8:24, and go through without stop. There in time for .the show—Quick travel ing, this. _ •Suipung pieusH-sfiv •»un|»Bj*»n| •U|l put 9U0V*|Bl* JO* ai** Aj± IF IT IS REALTY, HE CAN SELL IT Eborn Offers Below the Best Bar« gains in the Market—Prices Subject to Change With out Notice $11,500—Central business brick, pays 12 per cent. 50x190—Neat 6-room modern cottage near 12th ave.,West Nor wood—a bargain. $4250—2 -story, 8-room modern home near 25th st. and 12th ave., North Highlands, $1000 cash, balance easy. $6000—190x150—5 dwellings close in, can make this'pay $2000. $7500—Rental $810—Corner 100x100, 3 modern 6-room dwel lings, choice property, close in, North Side. $3500—Rental $480—Brick. $3000 -Lovely modem home, 5 rooms, new, neat as pin, North Highlands. $600—A choice lot 50x160, Fountain Heights. $3500—A modem 7-room home, corner, 150x160, overlooks city, Fountain Heights, easy terms. $6000—Lovely modem 2-storv, 9-room home, 1-2 block of car line. $1000 cash, balance $40 month; it will rent for this or more—a first-class proposition. $4250—7-room modem home, new and attractive, 24th street, North Highlands, small cash payment, balance easv. $850-5- room house and lot, near car line, 5c fare, easy terms— a bargain. $3500—90x115—6-room and 4-room home, fronts car line, High lands. $2500—8-roqm home, fronts car line, Highlands. | 23 Lots—about 4 acres, close to car line, 5c fare, a snap. $5 Acre—840 acres, rich black belt bottom prairie land, Ma rengo Co., Ala. Tf you wait to split hairs on this you will lose it. I don’t believe you could get any tract so described in Marengo county that would not be worth double this price. Titles perfect. At $5 for quick sale only—will ad vance if not sold in a few days. $3500—8-room, 2-storv house and lot near 20th street, South Highlands. Don’t judge it by the price, you will miss a bargain if you do. WANTED A choice 7-room modem home within 3 blocks of Five Points, near Highland Avenue, not to cost over $6500. Also, for quick buyer, home from $6000 to $8000, 8 to 9 rooms, modem, in choice location South Highlands—must be a bargain. Also want $3000 or $3500, 5 or 6 room, in Birmingham. REMEMBER— We sell—if it’s wrorth the money—but decline to sell until we are properly authorized in a business way to justify our ef forts to sell property. Plenty of ’em will do business with us our way, they are satisfied with our work and you will be, too, if you give this of fice a fair trial. We cannot rush people into buying and do not desire property listed with that view, or contracts that requii’e it. We sell quicker by not rushing things. “Make haste slowly’’ is a wise saying. Give us the chance to put in our work and if we fail of results—why, just lift up your horn, brother, and call off the dogs. B. F. EBORN 801-2 Title Guarantee Building Southern Railway FOR j Atlanta, Richmond, Washington, Baltimore, Philadelphia. New York and Other Eastern Cities | 4 Trains Daily Birmingham to Atlanta. Leave 6:40 a. m., 4:05 p. m.t 6:50 p. m., 11:30 p. m. 2 Trains Daily Birmingham to Washing ton, Baltimore, Philadelphia and New i York. Leave 6:40 a. m. and 6:50 p. m. j ELEGANT PULLMAN SLEEPING CABS j Modern Pining Cars.—Service Unexcelled $ W. H. TAYLOE, G. P. A. C. A. BENSCOTER, A. G. P. A., Washington, D. C. Chattanooga, Tenn. J. N. HARRISON, D. P. A., Birmingham, Ala. Seaboard Air Line Hy. For Atlanta Raleigh, Richmond, Portsmouth, Washington, Baltimore. Philadelphia. 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