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taken for lea* Ilian 2&e for flmt Inarr tlon. Cn«h moat n<-Himnnny order. FOR RENT—ROOMS Tn^^VAEON^An^outalde rooms, "ur naee heat; modern convenoences: moder ate price; bath free. 210*; 5th avenue. 6-25-ti AT the Birmingham hotel, steam heated t——2i**d, e!*ctric lighted and all ser *■*0* of a first class hotel.- il3 per month tno up. lo-35-tf W A Ti UN * L i tUL'SE, 2WJV4 N. 221 It7, nicely furnished rooms from 23c up. _Mfl-iOt J UU KENT—Four upstairs rooms fur nished: rates very reasonable. Apply 1771 Woodland avenue, North Haven; boarding house across street. _____ _2-9-7 t-su-tu-We-th-fr-sa-su KaCEftJONALLY clean, bright room, upstair*; special low rate to one or two permanent or traveling gentlemen. Ad dress t;,T»» North 22»1 street. '2-lX-Gt ftuoAls ForTRl^T cei si,. heated rooms, with or without board. an be had at ]9<»4 »Uh avenue, north. Phone _ 2-13-7t J uK H15 NT-Front bedroom, in private lenkknce, Beech street, four doors south of Highland avenue, to gentlemen only; references required. A-5t>, Agc-Jier “M- 3-14-31 TWO connecting- rooms, nicely fur nished. centrally located. 2021 Oth avenue, north. Reasonable price, will lf>nt one or both, o, 15. Junes. 2-15-2t FL HXISI-Ikd rooms for light housekeep keeplng. 2114 Oth avenue. li-lo-3t HELIGJlTFt U room for couple; two! meals; also cool room for two gentle- i mon^ Ca 11_Ma 1 2711 -W. 2-9-2t-.sun I I OR R13NT— Nice furnished i-oom, fur nace heat. 517 N. 19th st. 2-9-Jt-su j'Oft RENT—Nice 'rurnislied room, hot I1’1'1 ,c°d >'unning water, steam heat. iwO llth Ave., south 2-9-Ht-su l uk RENT—Nicely Im niched downstairs room, with private bath; modern con veniences; private family. For partle Mahi 7445 8t 1518 1Uh ave‘ S" or Phonc ,uK REN T-Two connecting' furniih'cU looms, downstairs, adjoining bath room, ready for housekeeping; gas stove nl leady connected; rent reasonable ,7015 Ave. F. NH'EJ.V furnished rooms, furnace i.e.-it. an modem conveniences, suitable for two or Iliree gentlemen, 2127 otb ave Rhone 77»t) Main. ROOMS furnished; llglits^and hot water or unfurh.shed rooms for light house ...beeping; reason;, !.|.. I52n 7tli ave., N. ' Pri_ ft ENT—Nicely furnished front • a mod#|n conveniences; second ‘ 00 to a good hoarding house. 571:1 1 a■ . live.. W OQdlawn. Rhone 298-.I Woodlawiu I OH KENT—Three unfurnished connect mg rooms with private entrance; mo.l 01 n conveniences. . it® 13th ave.. s ' n,2i.!llCel'V ‘ wnlahed front rooi^STlui modem conveniences, close to Five Main -j-'0r f" other lnfnr,oatlon, phono - Al'“" ■ ’ ■ 11 •" ms South 21st St. FOH It ENT-3 'rooms completely-fur <tn’ !1Sh‘ housekeeping, with lath; also one front room furnished for gentleman, oreakfast and supper If pre , frrred. utt Lee ave.. West End ' ‘ lA'~^upio without children lot front room, adjoining Imth; all cor 'tnletioes; breakfast and evening dln 1 or; small, .-dee, boarding house, South 2, rff'*r«",es. 1(125 12th ave. south. Pbono Main jf,24-J. in* 1 OR ftk'XT April 1~ three completely fr'.'i' n 11,oon]s tot liKlu housekeep flr,e location, private family, no 1 bildren, walking distance of cltv gas, electric lights, hot and cold wa 1 '■ •olephono and furnace beat- all Age'-Homld.0 Pt"' m0"th- A,larpSS Z'5,i' 1 Two large front rooms, southern exposure, In modern fur .aee-heated house. New furnishing,. hlort14 f ave?,ue' soul‘1> within one Herald * Car ne' Adare!'8 Y-5*. Agc J ‘ 1. e u 1 tTTcir’rpl®r'tTIFe^ nrSmii K«niih t housekeeping rooms, downstair, Eights and water, *15, S25 north JOtll 1°neeHfc'nrJ0^r Ow' rurnl8lleifi room. it ,' P; pre'er *rown people; am at woik In town; would be awav all • niU8t be reliable and have "on 1 references; will exchun»e;have°as and coal rang,, Ca)i evenings at 11 :> _Jtlno street, West End. I OH It ENT—Furnished rooms for light iCmka?:oPl,ltP ““ 7th one 1,^ SSStr'* > 'Jit RENT—Very desirable front room ikely furnished, modern conveniences SlT 1?' 011: ,l8dy or Bcntlemen; prloe! Mal,ru70imj°nth- 2805 7"' north! Fl,AU„ r'VT-b nicely finished, fu7. e,r?;,d r°0m u<IJoinln« bath, In prl Maln SoU,h Holland*. Call UE'SFTiFFEI.V funiislied ro'orn In waflTiI' 'o'"" r"rnaee heal; "mV' dls,a,U6 to business center. --- witn avenue. T Wo 1« rge Tron t~ jr5bnf,—wSn 5F nslied. convenient to good board Hear J. |v« Points. 1810 10th avenue’ south. Phono 0302-J. ‘venue, - ■ .. 2-l«-4t-»u.tu-th-,u hoU8“ on l^fh avenue, soutb, ,) rooms, 2 connecting;; fine 3432-W*' Vefy reasonab1^ Call Main NTf ELY furnished front room, hot and i’ath' "flit- and phone; *10 month. ~’16-J ‘ UV'nue’ north- Rhone Main >on RENT—Elegant-rooitPwItti double bed or two single beds, near Five fonts all conveniences and steam heat, belt phone 3631.w Main. I OH RENT—Furnished room, steam heat, not bath and telephone; *15 per month gentleman only. *;i» North ad street. FOR RENT—Norwood district, 3 furnished rooms, first door. Rhone; private back entrance. To couple without children only. Phone 1803-J. TO one young toan, comfortabl~room with large oloset, nlcelY- furnished private family; board near: prices reasonable. Phone West 2S-W. FOR REkT—Large front room, to one or two gentlemen; In modern furnace heated home, near Five Points; also Sinn Her room. Call Main 0UuS F f RNISIIED rooms tor light house keeping, furnace heat, lights, hot and cold wuter bath, convenient to car. 1421 14th street, sjtuth. Phone OPSl-J. OWE or two connect ingrooms, private family, steam heat, bath, one block from Five 1'olnts. Good board very neat. Call Main 220S-J. NICELY furnished rooms for rent to young nun, private family; all conven iences. Phone Main 3120-J. lilt; Elm street. TWO modern, furnace-heuted, unfurnished rooms, for light housekeeping. Call Mon day, KtO Pearl street, north. West End FOR RENT—Three or four nicely fur nished rooms suitable for light house keeping; all modern conveniences. 591;; •r-. avenue, Woodlawn. Phones 29S-J and 417-W, Woodlawn. TWO of four completely furnished modern rooms for light housekeeping. *21 N. 21st street. 2-16-3t-su-tu-we (THREE rooms for housekeeping, partiy furnished or unfurnished; electric lights, hot water, private entrance, 812; East Lake and Gate City line, 3till* 1st avenue, Woodlawn. BOARD—WANTED— ROO M S _ ^v*A5^*1i^>--'Pwo*orhTTiree"'firrni*h^d or uin iurpished rooms. Write J. C. y., Box 620. _ _ 2-13-It WANTED—-unfurnished room, 15x20. with electricity, centrally located. Address W-55, care Age-Herald. 1 2-15-Jt ONE CENT A WORD TKS—Dar cent n word n ilayj no ml. taken for lose than 25c fur first tnaer* (foil. Caali riiuI acmmpauy order. KOO.MS—WANTED—BUAHD \V\\^'T^5^-Steanu-Tieated room, with pri vate bath, close in. Address, stating lo cation and terms, G-50, care Age-Herald. 2-15*3t \YA XTBD— By^eouple, two or three light housekeeping rooms, unfurnished, in small home, or bungalow: any location considered. Address 0-56, care Agc Herald. WANTED—Nicely furnished rooms for light housekeeping for young couple: give full particulars, location, telephone and price. Address H-5G, care Age JTerald. WANTED—Furnished or unfurnished rooms for light housekeeping, south of Avenue E and east of 20th street: give price in first letter. Address M-56, care Age-Herald. JMG-2t w.wtkii At Weal End, three unfur* nished rooms for light housekeeping by young married couple without children: must have modern conven iences and he well located. Address Z 5 j car# \ w raid. GENTLEMAN wants nicely furnished room March 1; must l>e convenient. Ad dress R-56. Age-Herald. WANTED—Two or three unfurnished* rooms for light housekeeping by couple with little girl; prefer con venient to Five Points school: ref erences exchanged. Address U-58, car© Age-Herald. \V ANTED^Tluce or four roonis, ”fur nlslied or unfurnished flat, close in, by couple with 7-year-old girl; must be modern and all conveniences; state, price. Address Z-58, care Age-Herald, j POULTRY INDIAN Runner ducks, fawn or penciled; eggs, 20 for $1 lots. Write us. Munnl maker Poultry Co., Crothersville, Ind. 2-9-4 t-su FOR SALE—8. C. Huff Orpington eggs; three pens mated: can book orders l’or delivery at any time. Fred S. Fletcher, 320 »S. 59th si., Woodlawn. FOR SALE—Indian Runner duck eggs, from the finest flocks in the entire south; look ’em all over, then come out and roe ours; $1 per dozen, guaranteed first quality. Cornett’s Poultry Yards, 4*19 6th ave., south, on the Tidewater line. 5000 W hite Leghorn laying pullets; bred for eggs; mammoth bronze turkeys; stock and eggs; large orders a spe cialty. American Poultry Plant, Col 1 ins, U.__ EGOS—Crystal While Orpington and 8. C. Rhode Island lied eggs from pens headed by first and second Red cocks and second Orpington cock at Decem ber show, at $5 for 50; $10 fuv 100. Sacrifice price on cockerels and pul lets, $1.50 to $5. Alma Poultry Farm,1 Route 4, city. Phone 6381-J. GROW Egyptian wheat, tlnr new grain from India, best grain for chicks or laying hens; makes 200 bushels per acre: grow enough on small plot for large flock; dozen heads from one grain; heads weigh one-quarter to one-half pound each; plant in rows. February to June; large package (about 5000 grains). 25c; enough to plant: one acre. $1; 10 acres, $5; all prepaid; catalog of high bred seeds, poultry and supplies free. Seven Oak Farm, Carlton, Tex. GEORGIA Red Quills, highest grade Rhode Island Rods, bred for health, beauty and standard requirements; j eggs from all prize pen. $5; others $2 and $3 for 15; stock for sale; satisfaction , or money back. Mrs. T. U. Butts, c\>- j lumbus, Ga. 2-10-2t. , ____ AUCTION SALE AUCTION SALE OF HORSES AND MULES. Oil next Wednesday, February 19, we will sell 45 cheap WORK MULES, ranging in value from $25 to $75; they will do good work for two or three years. These mules will be sold with out reserve for the HIGH DOL LAR We also have a second hand liv ery outfit consisting of about 15 buggies, trails, surries and har ness, rihI alwut 20 horses; this outfit will also be sold without reserve. Also a well broke, large Spanish Jack and a combination grain and fertiliser drill. The above is In addition to our regular run of AUCTION horses and mules. There will be some good bar gains in this sale and if you are needing any work stock, ve hicles. etc., it will pay you to attend tills sale; you will save money. MAXWELL & CROUCH MULE CO., Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Horses and Mules. 1512 2d Are., Birmingham, Ala. PARCEL POST OFFERS GKKAT parcel post offer; you need not send us a cent; we trust you; believing that parcel post is the greatest benefit to mankind in that it brings the manu facturer and consumer together, elimi nating all middlemen's profit, we take the first great step by offering to send to any address free upon request from our New York factory, a ladies rain coat in gray or tan, all sizes, usually sold at $3.60; send no money, simply state size and color wanted; If It Isn't fully worth $3.60, return it the next day; if It is, send us tho wholesale factory price, $1.98: could anything In this world be fairer? You run no risk. You get tho coat before you send us a penny. You are under no obligation to keep it. We leave It entirely to you tu say whether or not, it Is worth $3.60. (You must know' that If it were not we could not afford to take the chance of sending out 50i) or 1000 of these rain coats.) But we know they usually sell for $3.60 retail. Owning the biggest factories in New York city and St. Louis and also owning the great Big Block department, store at Memphis, we are able to make this wonderful offer. IVe will also send you for selection (without any money in advance) two waists at 98c (state size.) 'If they are not worth $1 more than we ask. send them back. Write us your wants today. Address The Parisian, Birmingham, Ala. _MISCELLANEOUS fHotTSAND§ of trees destroy ed~*yeafiy by insect pests. San Jose Scale very prevalent in Birmingham. Have trees trimmed and treated by experts. Grant & Grant, 7UU \\\ Twentieth street. Phone Main 4619—J. 2-13-fit LOOK! listen! This Is fire season; protect your property: call Dupuv-Burke Realty Co., Ensley 351, and have them figure your rate. 2-16-3t-su-tu-t.hu PARCEL post union; we sell all produce, chickens, eggs and vegetables, etc., for members of the Parcel Post union; write at once, stating what you have to sell; name price; join today; costs only $1 a month, but no need to send money: pay out of your priflts; we have hundreds of Birmingham customers on our list. Parcel Post I'nlon, P. O. Box 7i<3. Birmingham. Ala. (F free ?<> you, out $i<K) wholly visible typewriter, would you be willing to show the typewriter to your friends and ask them to write for our wonderful niter“ For particulars, address Emerson Type writer Co., Box F 976, Woodstock. 111. E;! ^ tj HATr.S-.nne cent a word * day; no at* i taken tor lea* Ilian 25c for flr-st Inaer- ] Cmh tit tv* I Nccoinitiinv order. __PERSONAL _ TllAlTiTf«^lOJ!f5Fl*5c!CT,TX?yr^AT^f>fr^Y^oiTeratCis for county, city, individuals, banks and corporations. Business confidential. 1*. O. Box 591, Birmingham, Ala. 2-12-7t HEIRS—Thousands of families t are wanted to claim fortunes; many now living in poverty are rich, but don't know it; our 400-page index, entitled “Missing Heirs and Next of Kih," al phabetically arranged, contains authen tic list* of unclaimed estates and heirs wanted and advertised for in America >and abroad to claim fortunes; also contains chancery court of England and Ireland lists, and Bank of England un claimed dividend list; thousands ot ! names in book; yours od your ances | tors* names may be among them; send 2c stamp at once for free booklet. In ternational Claim Agency, ”52,” Pitts burgh, Pa. 2-2-4t-su BED-WETTING breeds disease, and gets worse all the time; no child of mine will grow up wdth this disease fastened upon It, when it can lie safely cured by Pen-ine, all ages. Trial treatment and full advice free today. Missouri Rem edy Co., Dept F, St. Louis, Mo. ll-3-l(5t-»u MARRY RICH—^-Matrimonial paper o' highest character, containing hun dreds of photos and descriptions o» marriageable people with means, mailed free; sealed; either sex; write today; one may he your ideal. Act dress Standard Cor. Club, 3ox 607 Grayslakc. III. 11-12-tf-at LADIES—When delayed or irregular use Triumph Pills; always dependable. “Re lief” and particulars free. Write Na tional Medical Institute, Milwaukee. WIs. 2-l0-6t-su FREE reading by trance medium: advice, love, business, marriage, health; send blrthdate, dime for mailing. Prof. l^*wis, Desk 44, Station A. Bay City. Mich. NO-WHISK, no-whisk, no-whisk; why drink whiskey; introductory price, 09c per quart. No-Whisk Co., 909-10-11 An drews Bldg., Cincinnati. O. A. T. VERNON—Medium; send dime and stamped envelope for test reading; sat isfaction guaranteed; three questions answered. Br^c 67, Galveston, Tex. ANYONE knowing the whereabouts of Ed Ashworth please notify J. M. Massy, Birmingham, Ala., R. F. D. No. 7, Box 26. PILES can i)®~eured without the knife treatment and diet list adapted to your especial case sent for fl. Dr. Walker. Box 164, Nantucket, Mass. A .VERNON—Medium: send dime an< 1 stamped envelope for test; satisfaction guaranteed; three questions answered. Box 57. Galveston. Tex. M ARRY—rtlhousahcls wealthy, anxious for early marriages; all ages, nationalities, descriptions free. Western Club. Dept. 12, 268 Market, San Francisco, Cal. 2 16>2t-sun 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 his services. A personal interview may be had by addressing Dependable Ac countant, care Age-Herald. 1-26-tf WANTED—Position as housekeeper for widower, bachelor or trained nurses, by experienced widow of means. Ob ject having home comforts an4 mak ing others happy. No incumbrances. Address B-56, Age-Herald. 2-15-31 EXPERIENCED nurse desires conf. case or care of an Invalid; terms reasonable. G-58, Age-Herald. 2-16-31 YOUNG MAN, married, wants position. Jn or out of town. Experienced in bank and other clerical work. Bond and ref erences can be furnished. Am now em ployed, but desire change. Answer C-&H Age-Herald. 2-12-3t-wed-fri-su LOCOMOTIVE engineer wants position on log road: best references. Address Locomotive Engineer, York, Ala. 2-16-3t LADY stenographer three years' ex perience wants position; life Insurance preferred; no objection to leaving city. References. A-58, care Age-Herald. • 2-16-3t GENERAL MANAGER OR GENERAL SALES MANAGER. The advertiser Is a man who has accom plished “big'’ things in “big” business; am at present earning over $10,000 a year and have been for several years; owing to conditions beyond my control, result ing from financial combinations, my work Is completed in its present field, and there is no competition; my very success has finished my work; all this can be explained and easily understood by anyone familiar with big business; am now 40 years old with a thorough matured experience as salesman, sales manager, manufacturer, organizer amt business man; have had a broad business experience in the com mercial end of a heavy mechanical manufacturing line, where transactions run into very large amounts; I must soon enter a new field and am seeking a place where a man of my caliber is need ed; can adapt myself to almost anyone of work; my personal record is clean, without a blemish; have a wide ac quaintance In the railroad world, steel bushier and In my own particular field; i can furnish excellent bank and other references; am not seeking salary alone but want some Interest, contingent or otherwise. Address P. O. Box 627, Olii- | cago, Jll. _ | j W/VNWd— Position by young lady stenographer with three years’ ex perience; also experienced with the dictaphone. Address W-58, care Age Herald, or call Woodlawn 483-J. 2 -16 - 31 Competent offiee man; now employed, wishes to make change. Am experi enced cashler-payinaster, bookkeeper and cost man; principal experience along mining and manufacturing lines; refer ences and bond. Address C-S7, care Age-Herald.__ WANTED—Clerical work, experienced in bank, mercantile and railroad ac- ! counting; capable, dependable. Ad dress T-57, care Age-Herald. 2-16-3t FARM LAND8 I ALABAMA'S BEST FARMS. For sale by INGRAM REALTY COMPANY. Birmingham. JUMt-tf FLORIDA—For free information regard ing resources, opportunities, soil, cli mate, farming, trucking, factories and other profitable industries of Polk county, write Board of Trade, Lake land. Fla. FIVE well*" located farms In Calhoun county for sale at a bargain; good land; nice dwellings; write or call on B. H. Denman. Jacksonville. Ala. FARMS. 220 acres. 40 miles of Birmingham, one six room house, two good tenant houses, 70 acres in high state of cultivation, produced last year 15 hales of cotton and 1000 bushels of corn; two good springs, creek on pike road, small grist mill, all for $3000 or will exchange for unencumbered city property. 40 acres, $700; located in 32 miles of Bir mingham near church and school: run ning waterd; 20 acres in high state of cultivation. 1240 acres located in Chambers county, within quarter mile of station, railroad runs through land; one eight room co lonial residence. 20 tenant houses, four large barns, mill and gin. 9u per cent in cultivation; red clay land, 15 pecan trees, land is practically all level; pos session at once if necessary; $22.50 per. acre: reasonable terms. j DRAKE-KNIGHT REALTY CO., I 325 N. 10th street. Pboot 2417. Special Bargains In Homes $1000 Cash--$800 a Year SOUTH HIGHLANDS This is by far the best home in the city for less than $8000. It is an elevated j lot, in splendid location, 1 1-2 blocks from the car, lias 8 large rooms, bath, , sleeping porch, basement and ser vant’s room, modern heating system, onk floors lip and downstairs, beauti ful finished woodwork. It is a fact that you can't equal this for $8000, and my price is only $6750. Don’t wait, phone to see it. MUST SELL NEW BUNGALOW NEAR COUNTRY CLUB This swell little home is owned by a | young man Who can't keep it, and as i he has only a few days to selj he is willing to cut the price from $5000 to $1250. Now this is one of the best built bungalows in the city, has oak floors, furnace heat and all modern improvements. On a beautiful lot 50x175 feet. Can make terms of only $550 cash. Balance as rent. COTTAGE *1500—1150 CASH Here is a big snap. It is a good 5 room j cottage on a corner lot 100x140 feet, i Has flower yard, chicken yard ana garden. Room on this lot for two , more houses. This should sell for $2150. This owner will sell for only $1600. It Is located between Ger mania Park and West End car line. West End Bungalow I know very few people want to pay more than $200 cash on a small home, but if you can pay $500 cash you will get a bargain in this. It is a modern six room bungalow, one block from the heart of West End; has Peck-Williamson heating sys tem. hot and cold bath, expensive chandeliers, etc; lot 50x190; all street improvements in and paid for. Price would be cheap at $3750. See this house. We can even cut this price several hundred dollars Geo. O. Mabry 2106 1st Avenue x Phone Main 2572 For Sale i offer for sale as exclusive agent, these three fine residences, which must be sold in the next 30 days— Nos. 1317, 1319 and 1333 St. Charles street. New, modern and of first class construction in every particu lar. Fine Interior finish. Offered at a sacrifice and at a real loss to the owner. I invite the most critical in spection. Jerome Tucker 207 21st Street North Birmingham Bargains 44000—Two nice cottages on beautiful ele vated corner 100x140 feet on car line; both equipped with hot and cold water, gas and electric lights. Well_ located in good community . near chnrches and school. Terms. $3000—Nice seven room cottage, modern in every respect and In first class re pair, all street improvements In and paid for; well located in good commu nity near 17th ave. * School. Terms. 421(X4—Good five room cottage, well located on 22d ave., on clean, dry lot. $100 cash, balance $20 per month. $2750—8ix room cottage, almost new, in first class repair, located near old park spring on a high, dry lot. Terms easy. $1500—Twenty-acre truck and dairy farm, 14 acres in cultivation, balance In woods, has small dwelling and barn; land Is fertile and very productive. 'Ite rated nenr 1’lnson road, Just beyond i Five Mile creek. Terms. We have several barguins in farms and farm lands. Wc write fire insur ance, negotiate loans, together with our real es -te and rental business BERRY & YEILDING Phone 7107. 2028 2Sth Ave. ■F. B. Rainey's 4X4 Acre Bean Field at Wauchula, Florida,* ■Netted $1,450, or $322.22 Per Acre. The Same Combina-JJ "tion Soil Produced the Thriving Orange Groves in the" Background. Southern farmers, truck growers and men who *ij*p Intprpstfid in citrus fruit culture tiro turning?1 to Wauchula Florida—many of them are here now or on the way—they're studying records such as that of Mr. Rainey s. They're reading the proved results as shown by settlers utters in our literature. What impresses them most Is the large number of successful groves here. Mr. F. B. Rainey’s experience is not at all unusual. Southerners see that Wauchula really has the soil that grows vegetables just as well us grape fruit- You know Southern conditions—you can easily see how you can make vegetables support you and ay for your land until your grove of grape fruit and orange trees comes into bearing. Some men here plant part of their tract vegeta bles and put out trees on the rest. Others grow egetables between the rows of trees. One man mid for his land with his first crop of vegeta bles. And us for grape fruit and oranges the proved returns run from $3000 to $8000 and even $ 10,000 a year. We can't go Into all details here. We do say come down here and we’ll allow you the gmod*. Get our literature first and read what Mennere have done and are doing right ho* In Wauchtiln, not two or three dozen hut score* of k£Pi»?. pros perous men who are earning for themselves and their families more than ever before. Don’t get the idea this is a wilderness. You’ll find numberless groves dotted over every part of (his section And as for general prosperity— why, four banks in Waucliula and the neighbor ing towns of Zolfo and Howling Green have total hnnk deposits of WauOhula has 1500 inhabitants—churches, an up to-date school system, lodges, well-equipped and stocked stores. It’s a healthy place—good climate—finest water you'll find any place. Hunt ing and fishing nearby. We’d like to have you talk to the lijen here—get their opinions. Grape Fruit and Orange Growers at WAUCHULA, FLORIDA, Will Tell You Their Incomes Are $3000, $5000, $8000 a Year You don't need to be told what oranges and grape fruit will earn for you when conditions are right —and they certainly are perfect at Wauchula. The proofs are In the groves and the Income When you see men putting out more trees right along you know that they must be convinced, you know they must be successful. They stay In Wntiehtila because they can't equal their in comes elsewhere. What we say here you can verify by a trip to Wauchula. We have nothing to conceal. TJio more you investigate the better we like it be cause the more certain you are to buy. One man came down and wouldn't take our word for anything that, he couldn’t see with his own eyes. He went over his tract with a post hole auger and took soil samples. What he saw of the richness and depth of the soil decided him in a hurry. He bought, so will you—especially when you learn that Southern Bankers Guarantee That you’ll be satisfied—$nd that if you aren’t you’ll get your money back with fr per cent in terest. That’s a simple, straightforward, fair and square business proposition. And a small payment down and a dollar a month per acre pays for the land. Don't forget that this company is composed southerners whose records stand the cl os scrutiny. The treasurer is Mr. Eugene Ho singer,‘a native of Eastern Tennessee, and f years a resident of Florida and President of t Florida Citrus Exchange. Our secretary, Mr. A. G- Smith, is a native of Alabama, and our Vice-President, Mr. A. Carlton, is a native Floridian, born and raised in the state. You certainly should Inveatlvate an offer from such men. WRITE NOW (Jet the literature on Wauchula—interesting, beautifully illustrated, TRUE. Read about the 28,000 mile trip tiiat resulted in the dis covery of this tract. Get the facts and figures. Will tell you about everything-—moderate prices—easy terms—guarantee by bankers. We hold back no information. Now write. Just a letter or a postal. Address Wauchula Development Co. VYmicliula llox 3503 Florida FOR RENT If It Is a house, npartment or store, we have It. Our list Is the most complete In the city. We have a number of de sirablo steam heated apartments, also a large list of houses on North and Southslde, suitable for both private residences and hoarding houses, In good locations which we wMl bo pleased to submit you Consult us before making your ar rangements for coming year. We can locate you. SMITH CULLOM & CO. REAL ESTATE, RENTALS AND INSURANCE ••Suppowe Von Dave a Fire Tontchtf” Hell Phone 1281 No. 2122 l*t Ave. Big Business Property at Right Prices Here are four A-l investment properties selected from our lists that will demand atten tion from people well posted in Birmingham real estate values. Other properties on our list are equally as desirable. $10,500 $19,500 $ 9,500 $15,000 Splendid lot, large, improved with substan tial dwelling, fronting Capitol Park, with in a few blocks of the shopping district, and near some of the city's prominent clubs and churches. This property is ideally located for apartments, and the price is most reasonable. Fine lot. 50x140 feet, on south side of 5th avenue, between 22nd and 23rd streets, on the way from the Terminal station to the new million dollar hotel. 5th avenue Is de veloping rapidly and tills is one of the best pieces of semi-business property that can be bought at a bargain price. The owner has a good reason for offering It at these figures for a quick sale. Located on 4th avenue, near the Terminal station, an excellent 50x140 foot lot, very favorably located. 4th avenue is paved and has first class street car service, improved business property around this lot; store on the adjoining corner lot. This is a first class investment. 2nd avenue property is advancing rapidly, and a few opportunities still at hand for good investments with opportunity for quick turnover. We offer a lot on 2nd ave nue, 50x140 feet, east of 20th street, that is well Worth attention. The price Is attrac tive. <JEMI@OTV 2II M20™ ST. GROUND FLOOR FIRST NATL.BANK BLDG. - Warehouse For Rent or Sale Owner wishes to lease or sell his warehouse on the Belt Line Railroad. 50 by 150 feet, with mill, grain ele vator and scales. , In good condition and suitable for storage, wholesale grain or other business, planing mill, factory, etc. Will Rent or Sell Cheap Phone Main 8010 or Cali at 321 S. 20th St FOR SALE $60,000 Business Corner, 100x100, rents for $5000 per annum, will net 7H P#r cent and increase 10 per cent more. This corner is on 20th street. If ever a time presented itself, now is the opportune time. $3(T,000 Inside lot, 50x110. located within two blocks of 20th street. We think this lot will be worth $40,000 within next six months. Why not see us and get the inside facts. Why? Because we know values, and know which ones will enhance the fastest. A. A. GAMBILL & COMPANY “Nothing But Real Estate” No. 216 North 21st St. • Phone Main 8