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\QR. IftOHEO with STARCH?
ONE CENT A WORD
RATES—One cent a n«rd n ilftyt no nd.
taken for less than 2Re for first Inser
tion. Canli must accompany order.
__
SHAVING—10c at 1921 4th ave. b-la-tl
WANTED—^0,000 people this week to
think it over, and remember that The
Best thea^e is the only theatre where
children under 12 years of age. ran see
two reels of new pictures and 40 min
utes of re<ned vaudeville for the small
sum of a nickel. 2-ll-5t.
.AVANTED—Everybody to know that Ida
Neal is at The Best theatre this week
with a bevy of handsome girls and
funny comedians; don’t forget the big
double show' every Friday night; ama
teur performance in addition to the
regular shows; bring the children.
2-11-51.
WANTED—Every lady in Birmingham to
be suro and visit The Best theatre Fri
day .matinee; Kosalie silver teaspo/h
souvenirs given away. They are worth
more than the price of admission. When
you have seen them you will Want a
set. 2-11-ot.
WANTED—50 ’ii<"u t ~ old feather beds at
once; will pay highest cash price. Phone
Alain C2G9-J, or address 1015 5th avenf
north. 2-14-Tt
V A.vn:ii fo buy, ;i «« oml hand folding
top typewriter desc; must l»e in good
condition and cheap. Address K-55. care
Agc-lierald. 2-! l-:!t
ANT 1C I >-—T<> borrow direct from id id i
lltiOfi, 8 per cent on city property worth
$8600, give first mortgage, no com
mission. Pall Air. Bussell. Main h*58
114% 21st street.
W A NTED—MALE helu
avenue.
1-4-tf
>Y A XTED2U0 In borers. Apply in rear of
office, 2114 1st avenue, Birmingham
Water Works Co. 2-8-tf
TWO young men to work as news agents
on Southern railroad; long runs; cash
security required. 318 North 26th.street*
2-11-tt'
.WANTED—5u more old leather beds at
once; will pay highest « ash price. Phone
main 3259-.1, or address 1613 5th avenue,
north. 3-13-Tt
SEVERAL young men with good refer
t ences wanted for house to house work;
it’s easy, experience not necessary ; good
salary to start with. Address Lock Box
Birmingham, Ala. 2-14-Tt
BlRMINGUAM railway~Tnail clerk ~c\T
aminations soon; $90 inonihly; coaching
free. Franklin institute. Dept. 2-A,
Rochester, N. V.
l-13-23t-mo-wc-fr-sa-.su j
V ANTED AN HONEST OFFICE ,\lTx
WITH REFERENCE AND SMALL|
CASH SECURITY. APPLY 5Vs NORTH ’
2UTH ST. 2-14-3t |
% • d 'Ll» ‘LIKE TO HAVE A FEA
YOUNG MEN WISHING TO BECOME
SALESMEN; MUST BE NEAT. WELL
DRESSED AND ENERGETIC. CALL
JX PERSON BEFORE 9.30 A. Al. EX
PERIENCE UNNECESSARY. H H.
ROSENTHAL, 506 ALABAMA STATE
LAND BLDG. 2-M-3v
V ANTED-Several canvassers at once to
sell Skat Soap. Good paying proposi
tion with excellent chance for advance
ment. Write to Skat, Hartford, Conn.
1-19-Ht-cod
WANTED -Two car w'heei moulders.
Apply Mi. Vernon Car Mfg. Co.. Alt.;
Vernon, 111. 2-15- U i
WANTED- Tlirce good llremen. Ap|d> in
tear 2114 1st uvenue, Birmingliam Wa
terworks Co.
A 1UGT1 c lass, well dressed, up ’ to the
minute salesman, familiar with arid ac
quainted in the district to approach
heads of corporations with a proposition
pertaining to coal mining. Liberal com
mission. Address giving experience ami
leferonce. E-56. Age-Herald. 2-13-21.
TWO handy men out >i employment,
strangers in town. 25 tud 35 years of.
age. sober. Americans willing to go
anywhere, mechanically inclined, want
employment right away; wages no ob
ject at present. Write and we will call. ;
D. C. Reeves. General Delivery, city.
_WANTED—HELP
WENT women, get government parcel post
jobs; $20 week; write for list of positions
•pen. Franklin Institute, Dept. 2-C.
Rochester. N. Y.
2-14-Mt-f* ;-sa-.su-mo-we ;
W NT ED Man and woman • - butler
and cook in private family: good
wages and rooms furnished: refer-j
ences required. Apply 4011 ARamont
Road. Main 4044. 2-14-51
ANTE1>— l ngersol steam dri 11 runners;
lumber Inspector, North Carolina pine;
man bookkeeper-steuogro pher-eollector;
men cooks, boarding houses: also pri- j
a ate homes; log scaler for deck. Room
62H Chamber Commerce Bldg.
V'ANTED- Good pastry rook Tt oner.
lady preferred. Call Main 8074. Free
man, 31‘-0 5th avenue..2-15-21 j
BOARD—WANTED—ROOMS ^
S^jt^YSt^^wo^oP^ttrCiTIfuridslieJt^or mi- !
furnished rooms. Write J. C. S.. Box
520._^ 2-18-41 j
WANTED — unfurnished mom. 15x20,
with electricity, centrally located. I
Address W-55, care Age-Herald.
2-15-31 I
WANTED—steam-heated room, with pri
vate, bath, close in. Address, stating lo- j
cation and terms, tl-50, care Age-Herald. !
' ;2-15-3t j
WANTED—FEMALE HELP
Cady"wanted to attend office; must
be settled, not under 35 years; work
light: good business woman; salary1
$55 month: no triflcrs need apply.!
Call Monday between H to 11 a. in. j
4 24 Brown-Marx.
~ WANTED—BOARDERS
\VEfd-T"~furnished rooms, best board in
town, $5 week. Kenney House, 2217 4th
avenue. 2-8-501
WANTED—Cnfurnished room. 15x20, with
electricity, centrally located. Address
W-55, care Age-Herald. 2-14-.U
■-1”:- ----
FARM LANDS
W*~IEaBAMA'S BEST FARMS.
For sale by
2NQRAM REALTY COMPANY.
Birmingham.
12-lf-U
ONE CENT A WORD
IUTES—Ob* cent n word iv dny; no ail,
lakfQ for le*« than 25c for first Inser
tion. ranli most accomtiany order.
tiiki bALJ6
fABK^WlTH AL.AN JE&flSON.
Bill 100. 0 4-tf
1 uUif, sell ami exchange real estate.
.1. It, Gibeon, 109 Empire Bidff. .2-21-tr
Will DUy, sell, rent or exchange real es
tate, E. J. Burns Co., 4J6 American
Trust Bldg, Phone io~*-tf
u juu are in the market
TO
Buy, sell, or exchange
Real Estate.
SEE
A. A. GAM BIEL & CO..
“Nothing But Ileal Estate.” 11-26-tl
FUR BALE—Furniture and louse 4U room,
up to date hotel; line opportunity to get
money maker. Address K-25, care Age
_ Herald. 12-27-trf
ON account of change in our power -up
ply we offer lor sale our present power
plant equipment consisting of engines,
holler, generators and motors. Equip
ment is ilrst-clas* and may now’ he seen
in operation. Detailed list will he fur
nished upon application. Kilby Frog &
Switch Company. 1*. O. Box ill4. Bir
mingham, Ala. 1-12-tf
FOR TKAbE-Aiy $46,000 equity in a
choice piece central improved business
property; will accept $5*00 to $10,000 cash
and the balu.no.oin stocks, bonds or im
proved farm ;aud; might accept part 111
unimproved suburban property; princi
ples only. Address G-£\ euro Age-iler
uld. • 1-lS-tl’
A OR SALK or exchange. $20,000 equity
in close hi piece of semi-business prop
erty within one block of the Tutvvller
hotel; terms* $5000 cash, $16,000 in other
property a.nd assume a $l5,0oo 6 per
(••ill mortgage. Address <>-4fl, care Age
Jlerald l-30-:f
Nlt.’E Dime Store business; everythin*
new; rust not to exceed $600, in new
brink building 20x60, in best up to date
little city in state, now using natural
gas for everything. Reason given for
sale. Address B-52, care Age-Herald.
2-0-7t
ONE CENT A WOOD
I HATES—One cent • word a day} no ad.
token for lens than 26c for flmt laarr*
tlon. Conti mtint accompany order.
__ FOR SALjB_.
FOB SALK.
| S00 acres land, 200 acres in cultivation
and balance in good timber, hardwood.
This plantation has -I houses und out
buildings and six acres in fine fruit. Will
exchange for good rental property. Price
$8 per acre.
80 acres, 85 acres in cultivation, good 5
room house and 3 room house and out
buildings; good orchard, peaches and
apples; 18 fniles north of city on good
road. Price $2500, easy terms. This faint
is leased for $250 money rent.
25 acres, near Huffman, 20 acres in culti
vation, with good fence, 5 room house.
Cistern on back porch, good well. Ap
ples, peaches and about five ucres of
apricot trees. $4500. Terms.
WEBB & COLE ft. I*:. CO.,
201 Jefferson County Bank Bldg. Phone
4573.
KOK SALK.
I bate a number of beautiful vacant
building lots, located in
WEST END PLACE.
Annex of West End. ranging in juice
from $800 to only one t*» two Mocks
of Powderly electric car; it is elevated
property, and will b«- tile attractive
settlement of the city of Birmingham.
All 1 city improvements will be com
pleted and paid, in a short time; about
10 lovely homes are completed and oc
cupied; have sold seven lots this week,
which will be improved at once, r have
SO lots in this annex. Just come and
go with me.
WES LEV M. SMITH,
with
Bethea U. 10. & Bis. Co., 2027 3d Ave.
GIRLS' 09c shoes, all out on tables.
GUARANTEE SHOE CO..
i*w>5 Third Avenue.
a it k i \ and di:i»\m i iuo of passenger trains, Birmingham
I lie I'tilltMvIus, acUednJe flfcnre* are published only «• Information, and are not
ICiiurunteed
0N-t--Q|iL yumiay.«»SunJay only.
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20 Mobile pm
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28 tSelro* HI :25 am
39 AUauta 19:00 pm
35 New York 11:40 am
29 New Yoik 4:45 pnr
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24 .iNC-ksODTlllS 1,01
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30 isow York «m
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No. An!?* ITruiu—
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i huiunouga 11:38 sn
t> Mcrluian ll:0*nn.
7 New Xoik 10 20 |n.
8 Shrevepori 6.20 ..u
12 Meridian 11:33 in
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2 CUicuuutU 0:10 am
a .New Urieaue I0:il0aic
4 Cincinnati 0 -0>r> P|u
5 Meildlau 4 :1U pm
U Uiattauoofa 4;'J0piu
7 New Oileaue 10 35 pu
a Ncm York 0 35 am
I Meridian 530 am
.2 Chattanooga 5:05 urn
Frisco l.ine*
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105 Kanaaa City 3:45 pm
105 lwan aa City 0115 am
Winfield 10 13 mil
031 Mem pi da ^ 6:40 pm
r No. Depart To—
IiHJ lvauaaa City 12:30 i ui
lianaaa City 10:30 |.m
-i; U lnfiel.l 3:35 pm
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No. Arrlv* From-—
) 3d it i on 10:10 pm
0 Savannah and
Jacksonville 12.0.' pm
3 .Savannah ll:u5piq
iVo. Depart To—
3 Macon 1.00 iu
10 Savannah and
Jacksonville 4:35 pm
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41 New York lX:ltfpra
51 Atlanta pm
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il New York 3;00aut
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St. i^juis 4:13 pm1
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til. Louis 12:15 pus
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b New Orleans 11:53 pu.
10 Montgomery 7:15 pn.
12 Montgomeiy 10:43 an
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■0 Montgomery
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M dlueton ? :25 pn
•15 Amueiuu lo 40 u<
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38 Prato 8:25 am
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4u Hlootou 2:45 pm
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'liuuia warkcd ilius (•) tun daily, except Sutulay.UUier trains ruu dally, t eutrat tin*.
_for^sale_
Tui<s7\i7L^TmTretruOi^^ city
lot aud 5 room residence adjoining Uu
corporate limit:? 01 Fruithurst, Ala.; til
lered for quick sales at $1000 cash. Minge
Mortgage and Realty Co., 2113 1st ave
nue. 1-30-U
FOR SALK AT A GREAT BARGAIN,
A MODERN SAWMILL, WITH
A BUI T ONE HI NDRED MILLION
FEET OF STANDING, LONG LEAF
YELLOW PINE. ADDRESS OWNER.
P. U BOX. 12S, PENSACOLA, FLA.
_ _2-9-71
i AM going out ol the lumber business
and offer my stock of rough and dressed
lumber at a bargain. Yard, Avenue L
and 32d street. 1-ia-tf
FROST PROOF V A BBAOE PLANTS
Will make large heads; all varieties:
$1.35 per thousand, delivered. Enterprise
i *lant (Jo . Megg^tta, b. «2-12-1 ;i
Will buihl you a •iiwim-. i'.?rmmglia:i.
Building and Imp. Co. 2109 1st avenue.
1 ltf-tr
FOR SALE—Furniture and lease of
high class rooming house. 22 rooms,
ulways lull; an exceptional bargain;
investigate this. Address 11-22, care
«1<] 12-19-lf
FOR BALE.
1227 N. 2t»tl» street. Norwood, nice S room
brick residence, with furnace and every
convenience known to man. Slate roof,
00x137. No mortgage. At a sacrifice.
Owner is building on Southstde and
must dispose of this place. Would take
in cottages or other property part pay
ment. Your own terms. Anyone wish
ing a real nice home in Xorwood-at low
price and easy terms. Now is the time
to call on the homeseeker’s friend.
.1 M. GIBSON,
F' Empire Building.
It' it s Real Estate to buy
Sell or exchange, sec
the live WIRE."
HAGGARD REALTY CO..
Phone 7791. BJl American Trust Bldg.
_ _ 2-13-tf!
FOR SALE E. M. F. cur. passenger,
1910 model, in splendid condition, just !
overhauled throughout; new top, new !
axles; painted ta:-t summer; price, $6tM>.
Apply Room sin First National Bank.
1 t-7t
FOR SALK My room hungalow, nearly
completed, thoroughly modern, at Boyle.?
two blocks bev-oid where the car stops;
will take easy Monthly payments or sell
at right price. Owner, address T-o5,
Aft Her
Ft iE 8ALE 1 drgt Iron .u-\ six I I
wide, seven ieet high, at a bargain, on
easy terms. Z-50, Age-lieruld. 2-14-Jl
_FOR SALE_
<*“" pairs of \vomen^s^^J.So^nrl^amirf^$4!oO
shoes, at 99c a pair.
• GUARANTEE SHOD CO.,
1905 Third Avenue.
NOW READY.
That bungalow 1 have been waiting to
tell you about is now ready to be show u.
It is brand new and is the prettiest
ami best built home in Birmingham
tor the price. It is beautifully located
in fine neighborhood, one block of ear
line on South Highlands, west o_f 20tli
street. Dares south oil a paved street.
There is a living room, dining room,
butler's pantry and kitchen; three bed
rooms and sleeping porch. It has
beamed ceilings, built-in bookcases,
hardwood floors in every room; beaut1
t'ul imported (English) papering; hand
some electric fixtures. The stone man
tel in living room cost more than $60.
The best furnace, concrete basement in
which there are two servants'. rooms.
The price is only $5750; $500 cash, bal
ance easy monthly payments.
EDWARD I.. MOORE R. E. & JN8. CO.,
Phone 144 . 209-11 Empire Bldg.
___ • •
For SALE—lu and 20 acre truck fauns
on the gulf coast; can grow four
crops yrttr; on easy terms. C. W. An
darson, 2Q26 :M Ave. Phone 4762.
NET.Ti.ETON and Stacy Adams $0. $7
and $S shoes for $4.85 a pair.
GUARANTEE SHOE CO..
1905 Third Avenue.
FOR SALE—Corner grocery and meat
market doing nice cash business. Good
reasons for wanting to Bell. Address
F-56. care Age-Herald.
CHEAP FARM—200 acres, good level
land, house and burn; partly improved;
$8 per acre. This hear Steele/ Ala.,
Alex Wiggs & Co.. Attalla. Ala. 2-15-21
SMALL sizes in ladies' shoes, all out
on tables, values up to $4. special at 99c.
GUARANTEE SHOE CO..
1905 Third Avenue.
——-=—. " -as
PERSONAL
for county, city, individuals, banks and
corporations. Business confidential, i*.
O. Box 594, Birmingham, Ala. 2-13-it
KODAKS _ __
FILMS developed 10c per roll. Prints 3c
and 4c each. Prompt attention and
work the best. Dert G. Coveil Co. 10-4-tf
NOTARY PUBLIC
copying done, conveyances drawn. W
A. Lester, 2109 3U a\e. 4-13-tI-th-sl
#
ONE CENI A WORD
! RATES—One cent n word n dnyt no awl.
taken for lea* than 25«; for first Inser
tion. Cash must aeeoinpaay ordar»
I_FOR RENT—ROOMS_
1 THE AVALON^AfT'outslde rooms. -ttr
! naee heat; modern convenoences; moder
I ate price; bath free. 2100 5th avenue,
j 5-25-tf
i AT the Birmingham hotel, steam heated.
screened, eleetric lighted and all ser
! vice of a first class hotel; 515 per month
J and up. _10-23-tf
NATION A L H O U FT 2U9% N. 22d at., ,
nicely furnished rooms from 25c up.
1-16-iOt
I FOR RENT Four upstairs rooms fur- j
nished; rates very reasonable. Apply |
1771 Woodland avenue, North Haven:
boarding house across street.
2-9-7t-PU-tu-we-th-fr-sa-lm j
EXCEPTIONALLY Meum bright room.
upstairs; special low rate to one or two
permanent or traveling gentlemen. Ad
dress (.30 North 22d street. 2-ll-('t
Exceptionally well furnished and cleanly
kept room, suitable for two gentlemen
or couple. All modern conveniences.
Walking distance of center. Address j
0-55, Age-Herald. 2-13-»t j
ROOMS FOR RENT lies! steam heated j
i rowans, with or without board, nan be
had at 1905 Oth avenue, north. Phone I
6S0S-J. 2-l.‘Wt!
i'OR RENT- "Fmnt hew I room, in private!
residence. Reach street, four floors south '
of Highland avenue. t<» gentlemen only: !
references rewiuired. A-."'-., Age-Her-!
aid. 2-15-3t ;
TWO coilnwetiiTg r«joins, nicely fur i
nished. ce-ntrally located, 2021 3th I
avenue, north. Reasonable price, will1
rent one or both. o. E. Jones. 2-15-21
KITRNLSHEH roon:s for liylii housekeep
keeping. 2111 «!th avenue. 2-15-;'.!
FOR RENT
FOR RENT- Furnished rooms for men
only; central locati »n, 2016*^ 2d avenue;
terms reasonable. 2-11-51,
F< Tr RENT—Ground i T nor office space j
on First avenue, between 21st and 22 nl
streets. Handsome paneled oak rail
ing, steam heat, water, lights and jan
itor service. Space I ox 25 feet; $30 ?i
month. Address M-53, Age-Herald.
2*18-3t
FUR RENT- House full of boarders;'
good established paying business; one1
of the best locations in the city; wish I
in rerent oh account of health. Address
1.-56, Age-Hera Id. 2-12-at
FOR RENT.
RELIABLE PARTY TO RENT oNE
J1ALF OF 22-ROOM APARTMENT.)
ST E AM H E A T K L >. .\ fOl > EI IN A XI > j
( LOSE rX; JUST THE THING FOR j
HIGH GLASS ROOMS. MRS. THBO I
POULL. MAIN 17S7-J. 2-14-31 j
GOOD, two story house, 14 rooms, two
baths, newly pupered; tine for room-1
ing. pill 5th avenue. Reduced rent. H
D. Smith, 2u« Hood bldg. 2-15-2t j
“ tit* IT'S \ HOME TO RENT
, I can please you.
MELVILLE DAVIS.
Phone 27S5.
01 BS() X I NS. Jfc 111: A I .T Y < O.
“furnished"
BOARDING HOUSE.
Novthaide; nicely furnished throughout;
IS rooms already practically filled; will
lease to desirable'parties* at low rental.
Owner wants to retire from business.
This Ik splendid location.
GIBSON INS. i* REALTY CO.,
21H X 21st St Phone 2785 Main, j
_LOST-—STR A YEU--STOLEN
L» )S*P— Large sT^rTTTvdfmT {uTi^wer*r'’TTi j
name of Boh. Kinder will please return
to Han is Transfer Co. and receive I
very liberal reward. 2-t3-4t |
L< >ST—Silver mesh bag on 2d a vena
engraved M. S.: contained about $;*
and other articles. Reward \t re
turned to 515 Brown-Mar?, Bldg.
ESTRAYED on Friday night. Feb”
ruary 7. one dark brown marc mule,
rather old, weight about 800 pounds;
lias a few white spots on back; made!
either by - addle or harness. A liberal:
reward for any information leading
to recovery ot said mule. Address <
Manor. Blocton, Ala., R. I.
LOST— English setter' bitch; 4 years* old.
White, black, tan and ticked. Suffering
with mange. Return to 2014 First ave.
Reward.
WANTED—AGENTS
WANTED—500 agents in the state of ?\la- ;
bam a to handle a contract tor health
and accident insurance, old line com
pany. In business 25 years, good com
mission and contract. For further par
ticulars and contract address Grover C.
Griffis Insurance Agency. Room No. 5.
Masonic Temple, Alexander City, Ala.
_ 2-10-71
WANTED—Magazine solicitors: have an
exceptional proposition to offer good
men. Devil Subscription Agency. At
lanta. Ga. 2-ii;-3t
AGENTS Cali mi best trade: fast soli
era, big profits, agents coining money
with this specialty: write for free par
ticulars. XI. Mitchell, Bowling Green.
Ky., I*. O. Box 12f». 2-16-4t
BUSINESS CHANCES
I lT^^^ou^waut^hr^lricate^eiTiier^iirrge^or
small factory In Birmingham district,
write Pell City Realty Co., Pell City,
Ala., fur particulars of free site, etc.'
2-7-30t I
rubber stamps and seals”
.BROWN' Slump Works? 205 ?T?ffm:son '
County Bank Bldg. Phono 636. Work
linished in few hours. 2-1-tf
ilZZT miscellaneous
THOUSANDS of trees destroyed cearb !
| by insect pests. San Jose Scale' ver
prevalent in Birmingham. Have trees!
, trimmed and irented by experts. Gram
* Grant, 700 w. Twentieth street.
Idiotic Main nils—J._ 2-13-i;t
WANTED— SALESMEN
’’A^feiv'^suTe^ o^7T'm:r'waToTTT\'
to work in Alabama: first class refer
ence reituired: old established oor
porailon: also one stenographer. Call
for Mr. Chaney at 3502 5th avenue,
north. Saturday.
_DENTISTS
FINE dentistry. Dr. AT J. MasseyT~over
i Jefferson County bank. Room 301.
Phone 1144, *-3t-tf-sa-iu-tu-tfe
ONE CENT A WORD
RATES—One cent a word a Hay) a§ aH.
taken for lean thaa 26c for first Inser
tion. rash must accompany order.
_WANTED—SITUATIONS _
AN expert accountant would like to con
nect with some concern who can give
permanent position, either corporation
or private accounting. Gilt edged refer
ences as to ability, honesty and integ
rity. At present employed, but wishes
to change position for larger and broad
er work that will advance him in pro
portion to the growth and business in
crease of concern who might engage
Ills services. A i>ersonal interview may
be had by addressing Dependable Ac
countant, car^ Age-Herald. 1-26-tf
POSITION as blacksmith wanted; 15
years experience; high-class references.
Address J. C. Griffith, 218 James Bldg.,
Chattanooga, Tenn. 2-9-Tt
POSITION- In gent's furnishing and shoe
line; good reference if preferred; no
position now. Y-55, Age-Herald. 2-14-21
SI Tl AT ION WANTED— Baker, by an a 11
around man. Address H. Hellenschmldt,
2312 3d avenue, city. 2-14-2t
EXPERIENCED*lady"stenographer wants
work a» once; permanent or temporary
i i one East Bake, 175-J. 2-14-2t
WANTED—Position as housekeeper for
widower, bachelor or trained nurses, j
l»v experienced widow of means. Ob- ]
jecl having home comforts and nmk- (
i;ig others happy. No incumbrances. 1
Address 15-86. Age - Herald. 2-1 5-31
VOt’NG man, age 28, good habits, neat j
appearanee, best of references, wants
position with reliable concern where i
something can be gained by merit, j
A<hlTeas < *-56, care Age-Herald.
WANTED—Position by voting man. mar- |
riod, experienced salesman or office
man. Will consider anything. Address j
<; , jvrj nil a venue, i * p • me 5829 >
MONEY TO LEND
;Falk''\\TYh Alan- jETusun. \
Ground Hour, Steiner Lids. j-G-U j
KEAL"esuTie loans to suit you »u amount, j
terms anti interest; can pay back J
monthly or yearly; will take second
mortgages. John YV. Prude, Uni North
•jlst street. Bell phone 240. 10-1U-U |
\vT'l negotiate loans and seii real estate;
can handle desirable farm loans. Ala
lone-AlcConnell Co., 2024 3d ave. 7-17-tf
MONEY to Tend on real estate, u. G.
Fonville, 531 First National Bank Bldg. ;
'J-29-U
MONEY TO Loan oil any good col
lateral. Call Main 2373. 1-12-tf
M U N E Y LO A N1U
ON WATCHES, DIAMONDS, JEW
ELItY. ETC.. AT DOW KATES.
DOANS CAN BE PAID BY IN- i
bTADLMENTS.
MUTUAL DOAN SOCIETY (INC.)
*10-11-12 brown-Marx bddg.
12-S-tf {
MONEY to~ieiid on city and suburban
real estate. E. Solomon, room 3, Steiner j
Bldg. Phone 1012. 2-7-221 j
rNEGOTI ATE loans am! sell real es- |
tate. Jerome Tucker, 207 21st st.
12-17-tf ex sun j
I have clients with money to place. Carl j
Coker, 131 1st Xnt’l Bank Bldg. Main
0155. 2-13-11
$80(K)L.At 5 pei cent for 10 years, pa
monthly; brokerage $125 per Siooo charged
Address B-<>0*'-. care Age-llerald. 2-l»-2t.
$1000—$1500, $2(4)0 to loan on Birmingham
Improved real estate. Prompt attention.
H. D. Smith. 200 Hood Bldg. 2-15-211
We Operate Oar Omm Flaul, Mikli|
RUBBER STAMPS
SEAL PRESSES,
STOCK CERTIFICATES, !
LEGAL BLANKS, ETC. 1
ROBERTS & SON, (Inc.)
"THK BIG ALABAMA HOUSE."
1812 lMk Streets. Third Ave.j
Pbonea: 338. 339, 1348.
*
A
Big Bargain
Be
Quick
It pays over “13 tier cent." and is
first class property and is in A1 con
dition. Price $ti n00, extremely at
tractive terms.
CLAUDE L. NORRIS
With
Malone-McConnell R. E.
& I. Co.
3031 3rd \$e. IMionr* 123S-1230
/
Invest Your Money
Don't vive it to some fakir. Fraud
ulent efforts to dispose of worth
less lands ought to be made crim
inal by law. There's no law
against it, however, and the graft
ers still pursue. Unless you KNOW,
and KNOW you KNOW, get an ex
pert to pass upon lands before you
buy. Uncle Sam's experts have ex
amined the soils in most counties.
We gladly furnish these reports on
all property offered for sale.
Ingram Realty Co.
1.3til Floor Empire Bldg. I
Cholic 11U7 Muiu. Birmingham
Age-Herald Branch Offices
t ——
For the convenience of its patrons The Age-Herald
has established a number of branch offices where
ADVERTISEMENTS AND SUBSCRIPTIONS
"Will be taken by its agents or representatives.
Bninch offices are located at the following places:
Florence Cigar Store.
Parker’s Drug Store, (Cigar Stard).
Brown-Mars Cigar Store.
Hotel Hillman Cigar Store.
First National Bank Cigar Stand.
Ounn’s Pharmacy (3d Ave. and 20th St.).
ENSLEY—Sam T. Kennedy, Ensley Sun.
BESSEMER—Miss Gillam, Bessemer Gas Office.
HOTELS
THE HHADQT'ARTERS FOR BIRMINGHAM TRAVELERS
Prince George Hotel
GEORGE H. NEWTON, Manaftr.
FIFTH \ VE \ ( E AND 28th STREET, VEW YORK
One of llie Mont Hemitlfully Appointed Hotel* in .New lurk
1100 ROOMS
Every bedroom equipped with bath and shower. All modern conven
iences. Cuisine unexcelled. Prices unequalled. In the center of shop
ping-and theatre district. Elevated and subway station one block distant.
Hooui and Hath—One Periion. mid up
Room ami Hath—Two Person*, mid up
Parlor Heilroom mid Hath, 15.00 and up
. ... . -'ili
Industry as Whole Presents,
Cheerful Aspect
SHIPMENTS FORWARD
j
_ l i
Kail road Purchases of Equipment
Continues Leading Feature of Iron
and Steel Trade—Maintains
Its Favorable Aspects
New York, February 14.—Bradstreet's j
tomorrow will say:
“While there ctre many cross currents
in trade, industry as a whole presents .
a cheerful aspect and shipments on |
spring account go forward with alacri- j
ty. Relatively most activity is shown j
in dry goods, which Is running In ex :
cess of a year ago.
“Western reports breath a distinct j
tone of confidence and strength.
“From these the sharing is ’down
ward to the rather slow conditions re
ported in parts of the south. In purely j
conservatism Is still iri evidence. j
conservatism is still in eveidence.
Strikes existing, or projected, also act
ns a restraining feature In trade, but 1
there seems to be rather less stress laid
upon the tariff as a disturbing feature,
either because preparations have been
made accordingly, or because fuller ,
knowledge leads to less uneasiness .is
to prospective changes. An interesting .
feature in the general situation is the
closely restricted volume of speculative
operations witnessed alike in sccuii
ties, cereals, cotton and other commodi
ties. Business failures for the week
ending February 13 were 285, which i
compares with 305'1n the like week of !
1812. There were 27 failures in Can
ada.
• Wheat, including flour, exports troni
the United Stntes and Canada for the
week ending February IS, total*!,354,16H
bushels, against 2.299.137 last year.**
New York. February 11.—Dun's re
view tomorrow will say:
“Business maintains its position of
steady, conservative expansion ns y«*t
unaffected in any material degree by
the stirring events happening or im
pending in many parts of the world. Al
though the renewed war In tin* Balkan
peninsula continues to put a strain
upon the international markets it is
noteworthy the situation In Paris seems
easier. European crop advices are
somewhat disappointing but the winter
wheat outlook in this country Is favor
able in spite of considerable snow de
ficiency.
“The weather in the west and south
west has recently been quite severe and
this acconts for some failing off in the
rate of grain in railroad earnings.
“ Railroad purchases of equipment
continues to be the leading feature of
the iron and steel trade which main
tains its favorable aspects.
“Grain prices have tended downward
but cotton displays a firm undertone.
Domestic conditions are against wheat
values and the markets ape palpably
in need of support which lias been de
rived to some extent from the situation
[abroad. European crop advices are dis
couraging in certain respects, jet the
[outlook at home is generally favora
j Die.”
Monday night the regular monthly meet
ing of the Birmingham Baraca and Phiki
thea union will l»e held at the Ensley Bap
tist church. Among the speakers of the
“The City Care Forgot'
Ul \I\T HISTORIC
NEW ORLEANS
America’s Convention
and Carnival City
CLhr St.(Charles
Finest All-Year Hotel in the South.
Completely rehabilitated, under new
and efficient management from
Waldorf-Astoria, N. Y. City.
Kurupeau Pino. Modern. Fireproof.
A well ordered hotel for a discrim
inating public traveling either for 1
business or pleasure.
Send for booklet of New Orleans.
V LFHEU S. AMEll & CO., Ctd., Props. !
o 4 III ON SAVINGS AM)
J 2\lll TIME CERTIFICATES
Pbincifal & Intbbf.st Giv.bantbci*
Write for free literature and statement
SECURITY SAVINGS A LOAN CO.
P.W. Dixon. Pres. liirmineham, Ala.
FOR SPECIAL
MESSENGER
< \ I.L Q£? OFFICE
I'HOMJ OU 417 \ORTH 10tl« ST.
Business Strictly Confidential
The Boston Dye House
« lollieM Ctcniteil, Dypd uiul
lie|»nire«l. Snip Men net I nm|
OrpNMfd J*l. Soil* I'rrNscd l»jr IiuihI
Free Uplivcrj
Phone .'It;, Offl«*e 117 N. ItMh j*i
. . ■ - it
evening will be Hugh Latimer of Bir
mingham. An interesting programme baa
been arranged and re freshmen Us will be
served. The nubile is cordially invited to
petend.
Tl*e women of the Christian church of
Ensley will have a food sale at the gtor«
of Piper & Phillips on Avenue E this of:
ernoon. They .will also have a social
Monday evening at the residence of Mr
Harry Hill house at Palmer. All are hr
vited to be present and a good time is an
ticipated.
A valentine social was enjoyed by a
large number of guests at the resident-.
of Mr. and Mrs. J. \\\ Minor last nigh..
The social was given under the auspices
of the Guilders bantl of the Ensley Bap
tist church. An interesting programme!
of music and readings was given and re
fresh men ts served!
A most, suce—sful banquet and rnusica
was given at the Knights of Pythias hall
in Ensley last night by the Raraca and
Pldlathea classes of the Ensley Method
1st church. A splendid supper was served,
after which the programme was r-arrleq
out as previously announced. The en
tertainment netted a nice sum for the fund
being raised for the completion of the*
auditorium of the church building.
The Ensley lire department made a rtiu
to South Park on the North Bessemer
car line about 2 o'clock yesterday morning
to the residence of Mr. Acchar. The tire
had made stub progress before the alarm
was turned in that the department cottM
do nothing to save the structure, whlt^li
was completely destroyed.
R. H. and L. H. Fields and Mrs. A. i4
Bray have returned from North Georg a.
where they -attended the funeral of tlietr
mother, Mrs. M. A. Fields, last Sunday*
Missing Tug Sale
Sheboygan. Wise. February 14.—Tie
fishing tug Supiaam, Captain Roy Smith,
which was supposed to have gone to tfee
i bottom of Lake Michigan yesterday»
| stemmed safely into port today.

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