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B. F. EBORN Offers
City Property and Farms Present offices 801-2 Title Guarantee Building. Offices after October 1st, 5 rooms Fifth floor Brown-Marx Building, Cor. 1st Avenue and 20th Street. Attractive City Investments 33500—Rental 34SO; 50x140; 4 blocks of the present union depot, 4 houses. H600—Rental 330 per month; 50x190; two houses, between two oar lines; easy walk of the center. 33500—140x160 ; 4 4-room houses, brlok; Ens ley City, Junction of two car lines; about 8 blocks of the center; rents 3480; can make It pay nearly double. 37000—Rental 3960; 100x140 ; 8 houses: 6 blocks of the center; has 8 good 4-room dwellings. 310,000—Rental 31000; will soon go to 31300; brick; Improvements worth 37000; It Is a corner; 100x140; a steady renter, and close to the center. 116,500—Rental *1650; Improvement* worth *11,000; Is a gilt edge, high class corner; close In on Northslde. *7600—Choice business property, railroad front; 1st ave., west of 19th street. *1000—Choice lot; 65x1*2; one block from Qlenn Iris, In a few feet of the pro jected car line; only *300 down, balance 1, 2 and * years; plant a little money right here, It will pay you, *1050—65x115; choice, well located corner; overlooks the city; North Highlands. *2000—A snap: 138x190; 18th street, near 11th ave.. North Highlands; overlooks the city; will pay handsomely If Improved. *14,000—Rental *1500 ; 2 brick stores that cost $S000 to build; about 3 blocks from union depot. $25,000—A gilt edge business Investment; 60x150 ; 3-story building aoverlng the lot; in a stone's th$ow of the Brown-Marx building; just look until you get tired and when you "flicker" on locating It, come to your uncle’s office. $11,000—50x140; close In; 2d avenue. $40,000—Two central 4-story brick; a high class Investment; right at the hub; fine elevators; 25x140; a choice Investment, within a sling throw of Brown-Marx and Woodward buildings. $2000—00x190; one of the choicest lots In Norwood. $65,000—400x132; a valuable block of ground on 12th etreet; South Highlands. $2100—50x163, near Highland avenue; east of 20th street. $1760—60x200, 14th ave.; 4-room tenant houses, near 18th street; South High lands. $12.000—Rental $1200; prominent corner, In a nameless district; east of 22d street. $3500—2-story, 8-room residence, servant house; southern front; South Highlands. $2000—110x132; 1 block from GHen Iris; $750 cash, balance 1, 2 and 3 yearB; 6 per cent. $600—Choice lot at Fountain Heights. A List of Valuable Home H800—50x!70; a modern, furnace-heated, 8 room home with grates; house splendid ly built of select material; can arrange a 5-year loan on this at S per cent for 5 years If wanted; located on one of the prettiest corners on 19th street, South Highlands. 15600—61x150 ; 2-story, modern, 8-room home; attractive In appearance and lo cation; beautiful surroundings; elevated lot; servants’ room; near the Eleventh Avenue Methodist church, South High lands; easy terms. 15000—An elegant, 8-room, modern home; large, attractive lot; near Waverly Place; very easy terras; If you pay rent, you can buy. $6600—A choice, modern, 2-story, 8-room home; furnace heat arranged; large, pretty lot; choice situation; half block of car line, South Highlands; very easy terms. $6360—A new, modern, 2-story, 8-room home; never been occupied; Immediate possession; half a block of car line; lovely lot; South Highlands; terms $6C0 cash and $40 per month. $7600—Splendid modern, 14-room residence; lot 50x190; 7th avenue, north; close in. $3500—Neat, 6-room cottage; the correct front; near 24th street, North Highlands. $7500—An elegant, new, stone, 2-story, 8 room, modern residence; one of the prettiest homes of Its kind In the city; Interior elegance itself; oath arrange ments and plumbing the best; furnace heat; size grates and mantel; best of all, you can buy this fine home on a payment of $1500 down and balance like rent. $3000—Modern, 2-story, 7-room home; re cently built; North Highlands. $3500—100x166; a corner; modern. 7-room residence; overlooking the city; North Highlands. $3000—A neat, modern, 6-room cottage; easy walk of the center; $500 cash, $30 per month. $2000—A well-built, attractive, 5-room home; lot 50x160; near 19th street, North Highlands. $4000—A beautiful lot; 100x160; overlooking the city; block of car line, North High lands; with 2-etory, 10-room residence and outhouse; a snap. Suburban Investments 40 Acres—The prettiest tract for sub-di vision In the Birmingham district; lo cated at West End fronting t'he pike; two blocks from car line; developments going up all around it. The man who re members hearing his great grandfather talk of the price land sold for when the Indians rested under the shade of the trees where our sky-scrapers now stand, will not buy this. But the man with foresight who can 'hear the rum blings of a mighty «Ity in the not far distant future will investigate this promptly, and if he has the means he will buy it. We know a good thing when we see it. Don’t be afraid of wasting time to Investigate this. Tour "uncle" will take a slice of this himself if you don't want It all. C250—Seven choice lots; block of the car line; at Kingston, East Birmlngiham. A List of Valuable Farms $20 an Acre—Rich, 90-acte Tennessee farm; near Selmer, McNairy county Ten nessee. $,r,500—49 acres near Irondale, Ala., new, modern 5-room house; barn, fine springs; 5 acres cleared, balance woodland; eleva ted, level. $20 an Acre—Rich, 250-acre improved SouLh Tennessee farm. $1200—10 acres, running water, fronts road; three miles out. $20 an Acre—138-acres farm; rich land; $750—10 acres; fronts the public road; at Huffman, Ala. 80 Acres—Tallapoosa county, Ala.; 30 acres under cultivation; well, spring, orchard, graphite and gold quartz on place. 1 Acre—Four-room house; chicken house; orchard; Albany. Ga.; w’ould exchange. $1800—151 acres; two-thirds under plow; Mt. Enterprise. Rusk county, Tex.; 10 bales cotton; 1000 bushel corn crop; doyble buggy and harness; double wa gon; all goes in with 6-room house; $3000—24-acre farm; 1% miles from Pratt Ci$y. Ala.; on public road; half under cultivation, balance timber; 4-room house; springs, barn, stables, fruit trees, tools, etc. 440 Acres—40 acres cleared; 8-room, 2 story building, with saw mill and virgin timber, tools'and machinery. 1000 acres—Gaston county, Ala.; 700 acres woodland that will cut 4,000,000 feet tim ber; five 4-rooin brick tenant houses; good 6-room residence; river frontage. 467-acre Farm—Rich land; 8 miles north edge of Argo, Ala., 22 miles north of Birmingham on A. G. S. railroad, mako bale of cotton, 50 bushels of corn to acre; fine springs; large orchard; 0-room dwelling; stables; Vz under plow; fine timber and pasturage. $2500—170-acre farm; 6-room and 6-room house; Vz cleared; orchard and springs; at Oneonta; 30 miles north of Birming ham, on L. & N. railroad. $15,000—Farm of 960 acres; on Tennessee river; 8 miles of Huntsville; 660 acres tenant house, barn, etc. 20 Acres—Vincent, Cullman county, Ala. $3000—410 acres; 4 sets houses; dwelling that cost $1500; 100 acres in cultivation; bottom and upland; 30 to 76 bushels corn; bale of cotton to acre; or 300 to 600 gal lons ribbon cane; near Mt. Enterprise, Rusk county, Tex. $7500—160 acres orange grove; Hillsborough county, Fla.; 8-room house; cost $3500; 400 orange and grape fruit trees; store and warehouse; barn and pasture; rall of Selma, Ala. 328-Acre Farm—McNairy county, Tennes see; 250 acres under cultivation; one mile from small town; 6-room residence; 4 tenant houses, barn, etc. $1600—20 acres; 6 acres cleared; 4^4 miles from court house; 300 young fruit trees; 3-room house; free stone water; cor ners on Shades creek. $2500—A valuable farm, three-quarters of a mile from corporate limits, and 2^4 miles from business center of Texar kana, Ark., a town of 20,000 people; val rich bottom land under cultivation; will make bale of cotton, 60 to 75 bushels of corn to acre; might consider desirable Birmingham property In exchange. $20 an Acre—One of the richest plantations . and finest farm estates In Alabama; In famous farming section; bale of cotton, 70 bushels corn to acre; 1560 acres; 8 miles of F.ufaula, Barbour county, Ala bama; fronts river; fine spings and or chard; 960 acres under plow; 3 good resi dences; 25 tenant houses; fine proposition; road and water transportation; near Parish, Fla. $2500—70 acres creek and branch bottom land: 2 residences; barn, store house; 8 wells; Bradley county, Tennessee; near railroad. $25,000—30 room, brick, up to date hotel; large grounds; mountain resort of South Carolina; a splendid property. $2500 Cash—22 acres: Lake county, Fla.; near Lisbon; 10 acres in orange grove; uable sewer pipe clay, large sewer pipe company works In operation only half mile distant. $4500—83 Acrq Farm—11 miles of Atlanta, Cobb county, Ga.; one mile from elec tric railway; 7000 bearing Elberta peach trees; 2000 assorted; 3-room house; fine well; 4 good springs; 60 acres cleared; 12 acres bottom land. $11,000—Valuable 700-acre farm; 30 miles of Birmingham; 3 miles of railroad; 2 Btory, new. 10-room residence; 6 tenant houses, barns, stables, etc.; large young will make three fine farms, have buyer for part of this now. $2500—300-acre farm; $4000 residence, rich land; spring; fine timber; on railroad; middle Alabama. $3500—250-acre farm; 10 miles of Gadsden, Ala., 3 miles of Keener; 9-room and 5 room houses; rich land; •/* under plow; balance fine timber; resonable terms; 9 miles north of Attalla, Ala. $5 an Acre—840 acres; unimproved prairie land in Marengo county, Alabama, good 5-room dwelling; 350 boxes oranges this year; double next year; 12 acres fine farming land; some timber; large packing house; dwelling; fine water. $1500 Cash—80 acre farm: Sumter county, Fla.; rich loam soil; fine orange grove land; 45 acres cleared and fenced; house, barn. 23 Rooms—New, brick hotel; modern: large lot; only hotel in town; on M. A O., R. R. West Tennessee, bearing orchard; running water; 230 acres under plow, balance heavy aver age virgin timber; 3 miles of good town; convenient to churches and schools. $3000—10-acre fruit and truck farm and poultry farm; neat, G-room cottage; wired poultry yards and houses; stables, canning room; 6V6 acres In 10-year-old bearing fruits and grapes; balance truck garden; 10 blocks of stores and depot; edge of Fruithurst, Ala.; sell or ex change and pay cash difference. Choice Tennessee Farms===Under Contract $20 ACRE-—342-acre farm, 175 under culti vation, all bottom and second land; will produce 40 or 50 bushels of corn and one bale of cotton to the acre; balance is timber, post oak and scrub and bottom land; good oak timber; about half the timber land is bottom land. A good 5 room residence, weatherboarded and celled and practically new; 3 good ten ant houses, practically new; good new barn; 50x75; well water on porch and creek running through farm and wood land; cost $10 per acre net. Owner of this place Is one mile from Finger, Tenn. on the M. & O. R. R.; the land line runs within a *4 of a mile from town; write E. F. Cross, Selmer, Tenn., 14 miles from land. Finger Is a town of 800 people. Good churches and school houses. 12000—A farm of 90 acres; 50 acres under cultivation; 35 acres bottom land; 15 acres newland under plow; balance tim ber land; all of the timber land Is bot tom land; good well and running water; creek runs through corner of this place; this last named farm borders or joins the first named farm above; this farm is one mile Bouth of Finger; 3-room house and good bam; price $2000. Terms cash. $12 ACRE—442-acre farm near McNalry, Tenn.; l*/6 to 2 miles west; about 2 miles southwest of Finger; school house about one-half mile from this place; 200 acres under cultivation; 150 acres of this till able land is bottom land and the other 2nd bottom land and hills; black sandy loam, red clay sub-soil; balance of this is scrub timber and upland; 15 acres is bottom and balance upland; 2 3-room tenant houses. This is the Clayton place. $12—Also 140 acres joins the last above named place on the northeast side. About 76 acres sandy loam under plow; 15 acres fresh cleared; 2-3 of this tillable land Is bottom, balance second bottom; 70 acres scrub timber; 2 or 4-room house, barns and stable; l*/4 miles from Finger, southwest. Running water and well water; 11/2 miles north of Me Nary. This is the Bryant place. Price, $12 an acre. * $12.50—232-acre farm; 180 or 190 acres under cultivation; nearly all of this cultivated land Is rich loam, bottom soil, and is ns good as can be found in the state of Tennessee, fronting the M. & O. railroad. Has good 4-room dwelling, celled and weatherboarded. Good well water and running water; 3 or 4 acres of this land will do for firewood. Stream running through the woodland. This Is repre sented as a choice, rich place. This Is the Smith land. Two 2-room houses. Box houses and good barn; room for 10 or 15 head of horses. $2000—240-acre farm; the W. E. Cobb place; 100 acres under plow; nearly all of this 100 acres of tillable land Is in the bot tom; productive loam; some good timber and some scrub timber; about half of the 140 acres bottom land, balance up land; good fences; good well and run ning water; 4-room house, 2 brick chim neys; large 2-story barn, has box stalls for 10 horses; storage for 40 tons hay and fodder in barn; this place In 3 miles from McNairy, Tenn., southwest. Owner W. J3. Cobb. S1250— 117-acre farm; the H. Li. Archer place; resided on by Archer; 3 miles southwest of McNairy and joins Cobb's place on the east; 50 acres under plow, mostly rich bottom land; 5 or 6 acres in fresh land, balance, except 10 acres, is bottom land with heavy timber; rich land; 3-room dwelling; one box tennant’s house; good barn; fences are good. Price, $1250. , Present Offices 801-2 Title Guarantee Bid., Offices After Oct, 1, 5 Rooms, 5th Floor Brown-Marx Bid. Our real estate propositions for this week are j unusual. See Sorsby & Berry, 2113 Third Avenue for homes and investments. $2650—6 rooms on nice lot 60x190 feet; two room servant house on alley; selling out to leave city; good chance for fine bar gain on Avenue G 1 ft good neighbor hood. $2000—6 rooms and hall; new, O. K. lot; one and a half blocks of West End car lino; near church, school, stores, etc.; centrally located, West End; will bring $2600 in six months. $6200—Excellent up-to-date home; pretty and new; on Avenue F car line. $3500—Five acres near corporate limits of Woodlawn. $1500—Four rooms on 32d street, near Nor wood; good neighborhood. $2000—Five rooms, new, on 10th avenue, rvsith, near car line, school, stores, etc. $2850—1360 cash and $35 month; pretty, new cottage; six rooms, bath, hall, two porches, outhouses, porcelain bath and sink; hot and cold water; electric lights; cabinet mantels; cement sidewalks; cor ner lot on East Lake care line, Wood lawn. * $1200—Five room*; new; hall, two porches; electric lights; two lots 100x165 feet; good neighborhood; near church,, school and car line, East Lake. $1100—Six rooms; large lot; beautiful shade and flowers; plenty fruit and outhouses; about half block of car line, Woodlawn; last chance at this for the price. $1000—Nice home, five rooms, hall; front, side and rear porches; corner lot lOOx 165; one block of car line. East Lake; better take a day o ffand Investigate this: won’t have another chance like It soon. $800—Four rooms, hall porches, fruits, grapes, etc.; good neighborhood; about two blocks of West End car line; let ub put a bug in your ear about this home. $600—Three lots on Georgia dirt road near Woodlawn. $150 to $160 each—Nice lots near Falrview, North Bessemer and South Enslcy car lines. Sorsby & Berry, Real Estate Agents. W. E. SORSB/. 2113 Third Avenue. J. a. BERRY, Notary Public. Bell Phone No. 3301 Notary Public. A Perfect Form Insurance Policy ; . Is one without restrictions. | i A Bimple indemnifying contract. , You pay the premium, we pay the losses. We write this policy. No other agent in this city can. Phone 46 for sample policy and full information. Jno- M. Cartwright Co. FIRE AND CASUALTY UNDERWRITERS. ^ PHONES 46. 220 TWENTY-FIRST STREET. FOIL_SALE,! A nice new seven room modern house, storm sheathed and double floored, good size rooms. Mod ern plumbing up and down stairs, hot and cold water, electric lights, gas in front, cement walks and steps, yards sodded Bermuda grass. Half block car line. The best location and surroundings, schools, churches, etc., convenient. Price $5, SOO.CXT, terms $500 cash and monthly payments of $40.00 to $50.00 per month. Immediate possession. J. L. YANCEY, Real Estate and Insurance Co. 118 North Twenty-First Street FOR SALE. Without Cash Payments. New 5-room houses, paved walks, street improvements, water, electric lights. Near car line, school, churches, good neighborhood. $25.00 Per Month B. F. POOL & CO. Bell Phone 98 North Birmingham. i 467 Acre Farm At a great sacrifice; a fine valuable farm; on railroad; 10 miles north of Selma, Ala. B. F. EBORN WHEELER’S HOTEL EUTAW, ALA. On t:.3 American Plan. Only Hotel In the City. ( Do Y( u Realize It is Now Renting Season? Our Rental List is not Bie demand. Dur property r-Moore. i Real Estate Co. 1 N. 21st St. nes 819. $17,500 1300-acre farm; richest prarle land; in South Alabama, Sumter county, near Eutaw, Ala. B. F. EBORN FOR RENT. $45.00—12 rooms, 11th ave., south, $£5.00—8 rooms, 12th ave., south. $45.00—New, modern. 7-room residence; 18th street near 11th ave. $60.00—8 rooms, modern, hardwood finish; 10th ave. and 15th street, south. $30.00—7 rooms, 12th ave., south. $40.001-8 rooms, modern, 18th street, south. $25.00—10-room house on East street and Belle ave. N. Ensley-car line. $35.00—8 rooms, 12th ave.. south. $50.00—Modern. 6 rooms, flat, hot and cold water furnished; Ave. H near 20th st. $35.00—10-room brick, 18th street and Ave. nue C. $40.00—8 rooms, 18th street, south, near 10th avenue. $50.00—Elegant apartments. 6 rooms; heat, water and gas stove furnished; 12th ave., south. $75.00—14-room residence, nice place for boarding house; close In on flouthslde. hlDEN-JACKSON REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE CO., 2113 1st Ave. Phones 1435. $2500 Rich truck garden; close to city limits; running water; dwelling, barn. B. F.EBORN FOR RENT-NORTHSIDE. OCT. 1. 308 15th st., 4 rooms.$15.00 ( 1004 E. 14th st., 6 rooms.$25.00 i 818 19th st., 5 rooms, bath.$26.00 1201 26th st., 4 rooms.$22.50 24th st., 13th and 14th aves., 8 rooms..$42.00 10th avo., 31st and 32d sts., 6 rooms. .$17.50 2d ave., 17th and 18th sts., 2 floors. .150.00 2107 3rd ave., ground floor. 2123 3rd ave., store room. Southslde— 1800 ave. E, o rooms, water fine.$18.00 523 26th st., 7 rooms, two-story.$20.on 3019 ave. H, 7 rooms.$37.50 710 8. 30th st., 10 rooms.$40.00 610 84tli st., 5 rooms.$15.00 1225 Virginia ave., 8 rooms.$35.00 1021 8. 18th st.. 8 rooms.$40.00 1718 12th ave., 7 rooms.$33.00 716 8. 25th st., 6 rooms.$22.7.0 305 S. 20th st., store.$25.00 809 12th st.. 9 rooms.$u>: 90 811 12th st., 9 rooms.$45.00 McConnell & anglin, Phones 1623. 2018 Third Ave. e0r~saLE. $1000—Vi cash; balance 1 and 2 years; lot 60x190, with two good 4-room cottages , renting for $20 per month. Adjoining vacant lot held at $1500. Avenue H, near 31st st. $12,500-1-3 cash; balance 1 and 2 years; j good, 2-story brick store; 3d ave., near 18th st.; in fast Improving locality. $2750— lx>t 50x190 feet, with good, 6-room cottage and 3-room cottage; room for another, now renting for $26, and can be Increased. Ave. F, near 26th st. $8000—Good lot 190 deep; pretty 5-room and good 4-room cottages; renting for $37 per month; half block of new passenger station. $4000—11000 cash; balance .1 and 2 years; pretty cottage and lot, North 20th st., 10 minutes' walk from First National Bank. SMITH & STILLMAN. 205 and 206 Hood Bldg. 40 Acres West End Best tract for sub-division on the mar ket; a high-class, quick sale; might sell 'half; land very rich, level and beautiful. B. F.EBORN iwANTEDli HOUSES TO RENT 1 1\UR wait- : : (I ing list v of t e n - ( ants wanting housesis |gj large, addi- , ■ tions being 4 made daily. ,, If you want your property p RENTED I List it With ^ Jemisonl Real Estate & Ins. i Company Jt 2024 Third Avenue p Howard Hallock Real Estate. 219 Hood Bldg. Branch office Oak Crest station on South Ensley car line. Choice lots at Rising. Falrvlew, Helena Heights and Ensley Highlands. Houses for sale and to rent. 9-2-su-tu-thu-sat-tf Attractive ad*, are illuetrated. Let the Gawk make your illustration*. Age-Herald Building. THESE.are the types of the beautiful residences in LAKE HIGHLANDS, the great Home Place of the Birming ham District and the lowest priced property: intrinsic value considered in the South. Positively the best investment now offering. Prices of lots: $250.00 and $300.00. Ten dollars downt Five Dollars a month; no interest: no taxes; free deed to heirs in case of death after first payment. Lake Highlands, East Lake. Country Residence of Bradley J. Saunders. Lake Highlands, East Lake. Residence of R. A. Hardin. Lake Highlands, East Lake. Residence of C. E, Leonard, Lake Highlands, East Lake. Residence of Edward Gourlay. EAST LAKE LAND CO. Suite 611-14 First Nationa.1 Bank Building. Branch Office College Station, East Lake. Bradley J. Sa.und*rs, Vice-Pres. Gen. Mgr. BIRMINGHAM, - - ALABAMA LUMBER QUOTATIONS Retail Delivered Prices on Yellow Pine September, 1900. FRAMING—2x4-6-8 and 10, 12 to 16ft., 4x4 6-8 and 10, 12 to 16 ft., 6x6-6 and 10, 12 to 16 ft., R. 116.00, sized, »18; D. 4 S., J23 per 1000. For each 2 In. above 10 In. add $2 per 1000. For heart add $4 per 1000. TIMBERS—8x8, 12 to 16 ft., 10x10. 12 to 16 ft., R. »18, sized, 120 per 1000. For heart R. R. specifications add 17 per 1000. For every additional 2 feet add S0c per 1000 on fram ing and timber. GREEN BOARDS— 1 *4-6-8 and 10, R. $18; D. 2 S., $20 per 1000. For each 2 In. above 10 In. In width add $2 per $1000. For H4 add $2 per $1000. For heart-face add $4 p* r KOO. SHEETING BOARDS—1x4-6-8-10 and 12 D. 18., not assorted, $16 per 1000. 1x4 It. or cull flooring, $12.60 per 1000. RESAWED, W. B.—V4x5t4 No. 2 com mon, $13 per 1000; No. 1 common. $16 per 1000; No. B., $18 per 1000; 8tx5V4. add $2 per 1000. KLIN DRIED BOARDS—13-16x4-6 and 8, No. 2 common D 28.. $18 per 1000; No. 1 common t>. 2s S., $22.50 per 100; No. B. D. 2 S. , $28 per 1000; No. A. D., 2 S., $32 per $1000; 13-16x10 and 12. add $2 per 1000. For each 2 In. In width above 12 In. add $2 per 1000. For each % In. In thickness add $2 per 1000. For D. 4 S. add $2 per 1000. For D. 4 S. and nosed for steps, add 14 per 1000. NOVELTY SIDING—iix5^; No. 2 com mon stock pattern, $16 per 1000; No. 1 com mon. $25 per 1000; No. li. $32 per 1000; No. A, $35 per lfJOO. FLOORING AND CEILING—13-16x3 Vi. count 1x4 flooring No. 2 common, $15 p«r 1000; No. 1 common, $22.50 per 1000; No. B., $27.50 per 1000; No. A., $30 per 1000. For heart face add $8 per 1000. 13-16x2*4, counted 1x3 flooring. B. rift. $40 per 1000; A. rift, $50 per 1000. For heart rift aid $10 per 1000; for 1V4 stock add $2 per 1000f % celling. 50c per 1000 less than flooring. % celling wainscot or partition add $3 per 1000. MOULDINGS—Reeded Casings and Base Plowed Jambs, Porch Ralls. Reeded Balusters, Etc.—1 In. stock No. 1 C. mould ings. 35c per 100 lineal feet; 1 in. clear mouldings. 50c per 100 lineal feet. 7*xlV* grounds, 30c per 100 lineal feet; %xlVs lat tice, 40c per 1Q0 lineal feet. SHINGLES-5x10 No. 2 pine shingles. $2.25 per $1000; 5x16 No. 1 pine shingles $3.50 per 1000 ; 5x16 No. 2 cypress shingles, $3.25 per 1000; 5x16 No. 1 cypress shingles, $4; 5x16 No. 1 red cedar shingles, per loOO random width cedar. $4 30 per 1000. LATHES—No. 2, $2.25 per 1000; No. t $3.25 per 1000. H ALLE-R AN D OLPH MFG. CO Office, Planing Mill and Tarda, Avenue E and 16th Street. Telephones 158.