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SO IT FOR LABEL-You,
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APOLOGrlTE \
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—^TP APOLOCrlZE Us
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H.DO APOLCXtITJeA
APOLOGtITE -To THE
Dawg^sir-for, /
talking that way /
About HIS HlHD VECrly
/HELLO - IS WHS YHE C\tY EDrToR^-\
WELL.'TRtS IS THE COUNTY HOST^U"!
OUR ^BO LANCE 3USTP|<KE!>UPOHE.
o<= 'Your, reporters - looks uke hed J
VBeen hit by <a pile driver -
(c) 1^(3- IrSrL -SSNP -
ONE CENT A WORD
RATES—On# cent ■ word m dan no a<L
taken for leas than 2Rc for flrat laser*
tlon. (Mb must accompany order.
To Lend for Building
Homes and Paying off
Mortgages.
This money mil cost you
only an amount equal to
$69.20 per annum on each
$1000.00 borrowed on the
“Alabama Home’s” Sixty
Months’ Plan of Loans for
building homes on vacant
lots or for paying off mort
gages.
Office, 2026 First Avenue
SHAVING—10c at 1921 4th ave. 8-18-tI
[WANTED—50 more old feather beds at
once; will pay highest cash price. Phone
Main 3239-J, or address 1615 5th avenue,
north. 2-21-7t.
(WANTED—To buy, homes in any part of
the city. If you have a bargain and
want to sell quick, see us. W. G. Tylef
6 Co., 2107 3d avenue. Phone 74. 2-23-3t
(WANTED—A modern or * ‘modern ised’~l, ;
7 or 8 room house. South Highlands;
possession now or April 1. Phone Main
5534-W.
[WANTED—Second hand auto in running I
order for $500 worth of insurance stock |
and real estate. Address E-64, care Age - j
Herald. 2-25-3t !
f\YANTEL)— I,arge incubator. Apply Main |
1346. |
i
WANTED—TO ENGAGE THE SERV
ICES OF SOME YOUNG HUSTLER!
YYI i O KNO W S TH E A UTOMOB ILK j
BUSINESS. WE OFFER A GOOD [
SALARY AND EXTRA COMMISSION
TO ONE WHO CAN SELL THE BEST J
LINE OF CARS 'IN THIS TOWN. AD
DRESS DISTRIBUTOR. CARE AGE
HERALD. GIVING FULL PARTICU
LARS AS TO EXPERIENCE, REF
ERENCES. ETC. 2-23-31
IL'EKS 51.50 Hat Store, 2010 3d avenue.
1-4-1 f
r\\ ANTED A competent solicitor f"i
merchant tailoring; a good proposition.
J. Davidson, 1929^ 2*1 avenue. 2-ly-tt
Sy ANTED—Responsible party in touch
with building: operations to handle our
sand in Birmingham ami adjacent ter
ritory. Address Fulton Sand Co., 49 S.
Pryor street, Atlanta. Ga. 2-21-tit
JikX—We will teach you the barber trade
quickly, cheaply, thoroughly and fur- i
nish tools. YVrite for catalog. Moler i
College. Atlanta, Ga. 2-22-tit J
\V ANTED—First « !a«-s cook. Culouit! j
Cafe, 209 N. 21st St: -28-21
%Y ANTED Butler at 1500 1 1th avenue.
south. Apply Tuesday. 2-24-21
WANTED - Immediately, experienced
combination stenographer • and office
man. Address C-04, care Age-Herald.
WANTED—Good outside man. good sal
ary 1o right man. Call Tuesday 10 a j
m. Birmingham Tailoring Co., 1715 3rd !
avenue.
11 ELI’ YY Y NTED—Combination bookheep-j
ei and stenographer; state age and fur-. I
nish references Address l.-'d, care Age
Herald. 2-25-.1ti
5aANTED--A first class shoe repairer. I
would prefer one that operates ma
chine. Cal’ 5829-.). ask for Albright, j
New York Shoe Shop. i\»02 4th ave.
WANTED—FEMALE HELP
GEN ERAD housekeeper for small family"; 1
must milk; good home for able, willing!
worker. Slate wages. Box US, Maples
ville. Ala. 3-23-$t
Vv ANTED First class cook. Colon ik l
Cafe, 209 N. 21st St. 2-23-2t
■\YANvrED~At”once. good woman cook",
as chef’s assistant in hotel kitchen.
Apply Hotel Mason, 2016 5th ave. 2-24-2t
xVaNTED—Experienced help Tn hair
dressing parlor; one who is thoroughly
experienced. Phone 172. 1907H 2d ave.
{WANTED—Young lady for general office
work; one who can use typewriter. Ap
ply at Remington Typewriter Co., 2115
First avenue.
W.\ NT HD A Christian woman to keep
house; two in family; good home and
moderate salary. P. O. Box No. 1, Avon
dale, Ala.
a-"l—
WANTED—BOAKDEKS
TV’EEL furnished rooms, beat board in j
town, $5 week. Kenney House, 2217 4th !
avenue. 2-8-301 |
■WANTED— Boarders at 1921 Park aveT j
nue. 2-16-rt ]
I"ARGE, newly furnished rooms and ex
ceilent table board: all conveniences, on
ear line; waltcing distance from town;
prices reasonable. 2230 7th ave. north.
Phone main 2-19-71
NI< 'KEY furnished looms, modern con
veniences, good board. 2012 8th ave.
2-23-3t
V\ A NT 101 >- Hoarders 'at 1921 Park ave.;
reasonable. 2-23-5t
\~ANTI0TT March 1. a few boarders to
take meals with private family. 518 N.
21st street; also furnished room. 2-23-31
EcOM"and board for gentlemen; $5~per
week. Address A-64, care Age-Hera Id.
2-25-3t
KODAKS
FILMS^deveioped 10c per roll. Prints 3c
and 4c e&clt. Prompt attention and
»ork the heat Heit a. Coveil Co. iO-4-tt
RUBBER STAMPS AND SEALS
ifnOYVN "S'nmp Wori.B, 205 .lefferson
County Bank Bids- Phone t>3li. Work
finished in lew hours. 3-1-tt
ONE CENT A WORD
RATES—One cent n word a dayj no ad.
taken for leas than 2gc for flrat Inser
tion. Canli muat aorompany order,
FOB SALE __
TALK WITH ALAN 'jEMISON.
Bell 100. 5 4-tf
i BUY, sell and exchange real estate.
J. M. Qlbaon, 409 Umpire Bldg. -i-ti
WE buy, sell, rent or exchange . eai es
tate, E. J. Burns Co., 4UU American
Trust Bldg. Phone 760. 10-i-tf
it you are in the market
TO
Buy, sell, or exchange
Beal Estate,
SEE
A. A. GAMB1LL & CO.,
“Nothing But Heal Estate.” 11-26-U
FOB SALE—Furniture and lease 4U room,
up to date hotel; line opportunity to get
j money maker. Address K-25, care Age
H era id. 12-27-tt
II it’s Heal Estate to buy
Sell or exchange, see
• THE LIVE WIRE.”
HAGGARD REALTY CO.,
Phone 7794. 501 American Trust Bldg.
. 2-13-tf
FOR SALE—20 acre truck farm, one city
lot and 5 room residence adjoining the
corporate limits oi Fruithurst, Ala.; of
fered for quick sales at $1000 cash. Minge
Mortgage and Realty Co., 2113 1st ave
nue. 1-30- tf
FOR SALE—10 acres almost in sight of
Gadsden; all level; ordinary improve
ments; Ideal for dairy farm. Price,
$1000; one-half cash. Green & Lumpkin,
Gadsden, Ala. 2-21-51
FOR SALJB—At bargain, No~10 Reining
ton typewriter; practically new. Ad
dress Y-69, Age-Herald. 2-20-7t
NEAR GADSDEN, 200 acre farm Fn
sight of Gadsden. on Coosa river;
doesn't overflow; 160 acres in cultiva
tion; practically level; very fertile,
several houses. Gadsden fastest grow
ing city in state, price, $6000; on terms.
Green & Lumpkin, Gadsden, Ala. 2-21-5t
CHA LM ERS- DETROIT, 1910 Mod'd K,
new tires, repainted, just overhauled;
cash, $550, or trade. Reason for sale,
buying new Pierce. Address F-G2. care
Age-Herald. 2-23-3t
ONE CENT A WORD
RATES—-One real a word a «Iay| no ad.
taken for lm* thnn 15c for first Inser
tion. t'nsli ninst accompany order.
___
FOR SALE or exchange, Tennessee, 380
a< res, improved farm, located Bradley
county. Mingo. 2113 First avenue.
2-2‘i-su-tf
FOR SALE—Sand stone quarry and plant
on Southern railway, Birmingham and
Columbus division, 63 miles from Bir-.
mingham. Plant is complete for opera
ting. For further particulars address J.
A. Yates Co., 515 Chamber of Commerce
Bldg.2-23-3t.
FOR SALE—Nice home, close in. almost
new, 4 room house, large hall, front and
hack porch, well built, $1500, $400 cash,
balance like rent; $1800 would be cheap
fo” this place. Address T-63, care Age
Herald. 2-23-2t-su-tu
WILL trade *"well—located 14 room hesi
denee on 11th avenue, south, on lot 60x
14o feet, renting for $100 per month, *or
smaller piece of property, vacant lots,
negro properly, or in tact for anything
of value. What have you to offer?
Denton-Williams Realty Co., 507-8-9
American Trust Bldg. Main 285.
2-23-3t-su-tu-tft
FOR SA LH—At. sacrifice, or for rent.
store house 30x65 feet, and 4 room dwell
ing attached, in good repair and ceiled
throughout. With or without fixtures;
good location. Gladden Bros, Lincoln,
Ala. 2-23-4t
F0R SALE—19T2 Cadillac, fillly equipped
with two extra seats; been in use one
year and guaranteed to be in perfect
condition; price, $1450. $500 cash, balance
in easy monthly payments. Call Main
285 or 6401. 2-23-3t-su-tu-th
WANTED—To release full of hoarders,
best location on Southside, wish to re
tire from business; a paying proposition.
»; -i- i. \ge-Herald. 2*25-3t-eod.
F*OR SALE-A’hcnp for cash, 1 lots; must
sell; leaving city. Parsons, 1820 3rd
avenue._
FOR SALE—Farm, 110 acres, “5 in culti
vation, 32 miles from Birmingham; two
4 room houses. This is a splendid place,
price, $21/10; terms. L. P. Hill, 1924 4th j
avenue. Phone 4722.
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF PASSENGER TRAINS, BIRMINGHAM
The following schedule figures are published only as information, uud arc not
guuruntccd
•Daily csoept Sunday._•♦Sunday only..,,
BIRMINGHAM TKKM1NAI, STATION
Southern Ilnihtay
No. Arrive * «»—
11 AUuU OulU am
13 Greearilie 1:4U pm
10 Columbus 11:30 am
tO Mobile 8:30 pm
23 Jacksonville 10:25 pm
28 Selma 11:03 am
30 Atlanta 10:00 pm
35 New York 1140am
ij New York 4:45 pur
No. uepart 10—
11 Greenville 7;Ham
12 Atlanta
10 Columbus * P®
19 Mobile b:45aui
24 Jacksonville »'»5 pm
21 Selma ■i:*J pm
40 Atlanta f -jff
20 New York 5 :50 pin
ao Naw York a:80_am
ilueeu dt Cre*ce»t ltoute
A. li. S. It. It
No. Axrlre k'ruiii-—
1 i iucIdoau 10:u5 tux
2 New Orleans ti:U5am
b «ilurinuatl ltt:l*» *u*
4 New Orleans *■ Ou i-m
6 Oiaiunoosa li:3*f*»m,
ti Meridian 11:55 am
7 New York 1U:2U pn
k nhreeepori k:20;in
12 Mcudiau H:35m.
21 Chattanooga ttflO j.i. ,
-No. Depart fo—
i tfhtoepuu 10:10 pm
*J Ciuclouall to :10 am
o .New Orleana 10:»0am
4 Cincinnati |i:*® V1111
6 Meridian 4:10 l’11*
to Chattanooga 4 :wy pin
7 .New Urleaue lo:£.>pui
b New York 0^0 am
11 Meridian 6;30am
ii Cuattanooga 6:06 am
Frlsi*u lilnes *
Vo. Axrtvo b rom—
105 Kanan Oily 3:41 pit
10 Kaiit.4* Cltf 0:15*©
933 Wlaafitld 10:13 aiu
921 Meaptilo •'» 4 ■ • i •
.\u. Depart 10—
103 Kansas City 12:30 ua
1H4 Kansas City 10:30 pm
033 Wiufleld *:5& pm
.*22 Memphis_7:0O am
Central of Cia. Ity.
No. Arriia Jfro*— i
l Uacx<o 10:10 pm
y savannah aid
Jackaonvlll* 12:05 pm
» Savannah U :55 pm
-No. Depart To—
2 Macon 7 :00 am
10 mi v aim an aod
JacksooTilia 4:35 pm
4 Savauuah 3:50 pm
BIRMIXGIIAM TERMINAL STATION
Scalmunl Air Line Ky.
No. Arrivo from—
53 New York u:30 pm
41 Now York 12:10 pw
M Atlanta 2:30 Pul
No. Depart lu—
52 New York 8:00 am
it New York 3:00 pm
50 Atlanta_0:30 am
Illinois Central II. K.
No. Arrire From—
L'Uicago 4ud
m. Louia 4:15 pm
•>u. Depart To
lu Chicago *»<1
1st. l,oulb ' 12:13 pt>
LOUISVILLE A NASHVILLE STATION
L. A N. II. IL
.No. Arrite rrcm—
1 < iucaiaau 8:25 aia
2 .New Urleaua 12:10 piu
6 Cluciunatl 6:2b piu
4 Neve Orieaua 8:37 *ui
*5 Decatur 7:15 pn»
7 Clnclmuil 3:50 auj
8 .New Orieaua 11:53 pru
10 .Montgomery 7:15 pu.
12 4ion*g >meiy 10:45 urn
"15 uecatur 10.00 am
•>o. Depart To—
1 Now Orleans 8:33 am
2 Cincinnati 12:23 tint
3 New Orieaua 3:40 par
4 Cincinnati 8:43 par
*U Decatur o:15 am
7 New Orieaua 4 ud am
b Cincinnati 12:01 am
0 Montgomery '<:2U am
11 Montgomery o 50 pm
U oecatur 4:90 pm
llirmiiiiilifim Mineral
No. Arrlra From—
utf Praco 8.1*7 pw
I'uEcalooM ll:li»um
\ j. Jlociua 7 ^*7 i n.
•Ut Aualslou 10.40 Ji.
47 AunUlou 0:jl» pi
10- Tuacalooaa o:o.» pi.
.No. Depart To—
«;» 1’iaco 8:25 am
41 lilocioo :50 am
t'j HKictou 2:45 pii\
44 Auuiaton 3.40pm
• o AiiiiUtou fe :35 am
. . -caiooaa_4:iS am
A.» B. A. A. 1
No. Arrlf* From- No. Dtptri To—
jy Urunamck ll:5uam 24 Hiunomck 4:00 pm
25 Talladega 6:SG pm 26 Talladega i:ao»m
Trains uar»ed thus l*) run daily* except Sunday. Other trains run dally. Central tlma.
FOK SALE
SALE bargain; 1UJ leet by AW feet:
southwest cornel Sth avenue and An
street; double store building, one 24x80;
the othe • ISxii". on the coi ner, .vlth
modern seven room and bath, out
houses and good well water; city water,
street and sidewalk, storm and sani
tary Improvements; price, $10,000 on rea
si liable terms. Sam Locascio. 208 First
-National Bank Eldg. 1'hone Main 030.
2-20-tf
FUI! SALK—$50) cash, balance in easy
monthly payments, buys a (1 room, new
and strictly modern bungalow; beauti
fully located on South Highlands; has
ail the newest built in .effects; hard
wood Moors throughout; tile bath, fur
nace, cement basement; beautiful im
ported paper; faces south on paved
street; alley corner lot; better see tins
at once, for someone Is going to buy
it ttds week. Denton-Wllllams Realty
Co.. 507-8-9 American Trust Bldg. Main
285. 2-23-3t-su-tu-th
1—Al going out of the lumber business
and otter my stock of rough and dressed
lumber at a bargain. Yard, Avenue D
and 3’d street. ' _1-lo-tf
FOR SALE-china closet and Itaviland
china. Singer sewing machine. Phone
'57-./ . West End. Fail! 30S College St.
2-23-3t
BARBER shop for sale; part cash, good
terms on balance; in north Georgia
tuwn, lu.000 population; located on main
st.. in center yf town; well equipped,
and up-to-date; doing good business;
good reason for selling, bad health.
Write for further information. Address
3-81, care Age-IIerald. 2-23-3t
FOR SALE—Furniture and leuse of
high class rooming house; 22 rooms,
always full; an exceptional bargain.
Investigate this. Address 11-22, care
Age-Herald. 12-19-tf
A FEW ACRES AND LIBERTY.
Fifty-one acres two miles above Mt- Pin
son on macadamised road; $2000. Arthur
W. Brown. MS Title Guarantee Bldg.
2-lG-13t.
$15,00) win buy northwest corner of 2lst
street and 1 ttli avenue, south; lot 50x
190 feet, witli two modern homes there
on; rented for *90 per month; one of
tlic best investment coiners left on
Sc.uthslde; $3000 cash, balance 1. 2, 3, 1
vears I! per eent: better let us show
you this it you are In the market rot
gilt edge investment. Denton-Williams
Realty Co., 507-8-9 American Trust Bldg.
Main 285 2-23-3t-su-tu-th
for SALK—Will sell good model "T
Kurd ear at a bargain; would consider
second mortgage paper. Address G-bi.
care Age-Herald. 2-23-0t
1 OK SALK
F*'ITVTle- o'le of highest grade “Krell
Ficmh'’ piano*, cost $450. slightly used,
hut in line >hape; will sell for $UW.
Phone M. 220S, or rail 121(» 10th avenue
south. 2-23-31
A CTOMO BILE for sale; a bargain.
Cruse & Coleman, Ave. D and ISth
street. 2-23-7t
tiU 3 ou .« Home ■ B}i mingha m
Building and imp. Co. 2109 1st a\cnue.
l l(i-tf
LARGE estate of Madison Jones for sale;
both farm and city property, in Green
wood, Miss., near Fort Worth, Tex., in
Sheffield, Ala., and Hale county, Ala.,
including the finest alfalfa and truck
lands in the south. Thomas H. Jones, I
Executor, Greenwood, Miss. 2-2i-7t
|
WE buy and sell high class securities. ;
stocks and bonds; outright or on com- '
mission; finance propositions of merit, i
and negotiate mortgage and collateral
loans.
M’DAVID, MEYER, GOLDMAN &
TERRY.
2109 First Ave.
3-3-su-tu-th-tf
EGGS for hatching and day old chicks;
Rhode Island Reds, White Orping
tons. White Leghorns, Barred Plym- .
outh Iloclts. White Indian Runner)
Ducks—choicest strains. The largest
and best equipped plant in Alabama.
Prompt service; correspondence quick
ly answered. Lake view Poultry Farm,
A. M. Pearson, Mgr., Lockhart, A In.
1-19-tf-su-th.
FOR SALE—A bargain; my attractive
home, 2720 Hanover Circle; four bed
rooms, sleeping porch, living room,
halls, dining room, hutlery, kitenen,
tiled bath, servant and storage rooms,
furnace, screens; reasonable cash pay
ment, terms easy. Marked, phone 2147.
2-23-4t-su-t.u-thu-sat
FOR SALE--Five-i com 2-story cottage*,
all modern improvements, furnace, hard
wood floors. South Highlands; will sell
at great bargain next 30 days. Address
Box 330, Auburn, Ala.
2-18-lt-tu-th u-sat-aun
TEN acres suburban, opposite station*
$1000. Farm near Irondale, $1500. Ten
acre tract joining three five acre tracts
near station, $"> kj each. Automobile con
' sidered. Owner, Box S43; Phono o272
Main.
ONE CENT A WORD
U *.TKS—One cent m word a daft no ad.
taken for Iran than 2Sc for first Inner
tlon. t'nnVi m tint noronmnny order.
___ FOR SALE_
SUBURBAN acreage, automobile ex
change considered; tracts to suit; forced
sale for quick cash, near Irondale; also
iiact at station near Bessemer. Box
MG. Phone 5272.
FOR SALE—160 acre luim, 60 in cultiva
tion; 5 room and two room house; '*2
miles of Birmingham: a bargain for $050.
L. P. Hill, 1921 4th ave. Phone 4722.
UROST PROOF CABBAGE PL A NT S“"
We arc prepared to deliver frost proof
< abbage plants in any quantity. These
plants will make cabbage a month to
six weeks earlier than plants from seed
I sown in the spring. Telephone us your
I order. We deliver promptly.
| GORMAN-GAMMILL SEED DAIRY
SUPPLY CO.,
Birmingham.
Phone 3236 Main. 2d Ave. & 24th.
( :
FOR SALE.
I On South Highlands, south of Highland
avenue, we have a magnificent home, a
grand view cf the city. This is adjoin
ing a $33,000 home, ('an sell for $12,500
and arrange convenient terms. Has 3
baths and is finished in every way first
class.
II. M. HENDERSON.
112 Empire Bldg. Phone Main 1202.
For SALE— A beautiful home on South
Highlands; 10 rooms- lot 79x200 feet.
This house was listed for $13,500, but
owner will take $10,500 for quick sale;
terms. L. p. Hill. 1921 4th avenue.
Phone 4722.
WANTED—SITt AT10NS
STiitCTLY sober, experienced arid corn
petent man cook wants position to cook
in camps. J. Anderson, care Quarry
Camp, Clanton, Ala. 2-19-7t j
CREDIT man, office manager and expert 1
accountant, now connected with a !
wholesale firm in an Alabama city,
would like to make home in Birming
ham ami is open for an engagement;
has excellent record a.s to losses, etc.,
and can furnish best references as to
character and business ability; is an of
ficer in a local branch of the National
Association of Credit Men. Age 83
years. Address Y-60, care Age-Herald
‘J-2*2-71
EXPERIENCED office nan < «f
standing, moral habits and best of ref
erences, desires to connect himself w;th
some good Arm. Not afraid of any kind
<d hard work. Would like a personal
interview, with any business man who
wants a good business young man. Ad
dress Z-til, Age-Herald. 2-23-311
WANTED—Position by young man who
does not drink, chew, smoke or swear;
member of Woodmen. Address Y-61,
care Age-Herald. 2-23-3t
W ANTED Position ij first class b<>ok
koeper and live salesman; best refer
ence given; bond if necessary. Address
T-02, can- Age-Herald. 2-23-3t
^< 11 NG man, age 28, gdod habits, neat
eppearaner, best of references, wants
position witn reliable Arm, where pro
motion can be won by merit. Address
Z-(*;, care Age-Herald. 2-24-21
WANTED Position as night watchman
or stationary fireman; not afraid to
work and strictly sober; can give best
of references from present employer.
Address care Age-Herald. 2-25-2t
5' 1 •N, i ; high school education,
able and willing to work, wants posi
tion at once; can furnish best of refer
ences. Address Z-62, care Age-Herald.
2-25-2t
tn lady having lu years’ experience in
stenography, bookkeeping and general
office work: ran also operate a dicta
phone: can give Hie very best of infer
ence and willing to begin on moderate
salary. Call-phone £190-.]. 2-25-21
MAN 27 years of age. with business ex
perience. v. ishes a position as railroad
yard clerk weighing or timekeeper:
best of inferences. W-62, care Age
Herald. 2-25-2t
WANTED l.ady. aged 40, wants position
as housekeeper, companion or would
do sewing. K-G4, care Age-Herald.
2-25-21
WANTED Situation, by an ail round
baker, willing to leave town. H. Hellen
schmidt, 2312 3rd avenue, Birmingham,
Ala. 2-25-2t
WANTED -Hy u \ ouilk man of energy
and ability work of some kind, as
collector, shipping clerk or office as
sistant. Need work badly. Stranger In
city, but call give best out-of-town ref
erences. Call 4273-W or write T. E.
Mahiy, Dr i.th avenue, north. 2-26-2t
_WANTED—AGENTS
AUK YOC THE SIAN?
In your town who will swap u.s time for
dollars'.' W ■ want one representative
with -\-l i Terences In each railroad
town within ’no miles of Birmingham,
and will pay liberally for his services.
I NO HAM HEAI.TY CO..
13th Floor Empire Bldg., Birmingham.
_BUSINESS CHANCES
IF you want to locate either "largcP’or
small factory in Birmingham district,
write Pell city Realty Co., Pell City,
Ala., for particulars of free site, etc.
___2-7-JO t
A XTlil)—To sell half interest in A-No.-l
shoe business in a city of 19,000 popula
tion. If you mean business and want
something good, for particulars address
ll-t>4, care Age-Herald. 2-25-31
U'MBERMAX, age 35, experienced of
fice manager, salesman and manufact
urer with $1000 to $3000 to Invest, de
sires opening in Birmingham territory.
Address F-'d, Age-Herald. 2-26-7t.
FOR SALE—Grocery store; will inventory
about $2500; doing good business; owner
leaving city , terms. L. P. Hill, 1921 it i
'avenue. Phono 4722.
LOST. STRAYED OR STOLEN
i LOST, STRAYED OR STOLEN—One deep
i bay mare, 7 years old. heavy black
| inane, whit* spot in the forehead,
breeching marks -on hips, weighs about
1000 pound.1?. A reward-£ojc return or in
i'1 formation leaning to recovery.- John S.
Randall, 1905 2d ave., Bessemer, Ala.
ONE CENT A WORD
RATES— Obc ceat a word a day* bo ad.
taken for Icaa than 2Bc for first Inser
tion. Casli must accompany order.
__.FOR rent__
FOR RENT—2211 7th avenue, north, 8
room, 2 story, just remodeled, In excel
lent condition; 2 room negro houses in
cluded; price, $70 per month. Call Mr.
Williams, Main 286. 2-23-3t-su-tu-th
FOR RENT—Six room apartment, com
pletely furnished, good location, steam
heat. Phone 6520 Main. 2-2o-3t
FOR-RENT—Flaw'd rooms and*battiT first
floor, veranda, unfurnished. Main 809.
2-25-3t-tu-th-su
WILL rent my new 5 room bungalow,
completely furnished, to desirable couple
who will tuke good care of same. Rent
reasonable. Reserve one room for my
own use while in city. References re
quired. Traveling Man, Main 1272-J.
HOUSES to rent; will rent-my new bun
galow, completely furnished to desir
able couple, Southslde, on car line; ref
erence required. Phone 4272-J.
Ff it’s a home you want, our rental list
will interest you. We have automobile
service for showing property. Gibson
Ins. & Realty Co., Melville Davis. H. A.
Moseley, M. S. Henderson, 216 N. 21st st.
j Phone 2785 Main.
HOOMS_^_
TFIE AVALON^All outside rooms, :ur
nace heat; modern convenoences; moder
ate price: bath free. 2100 5th avenue.
5-25-tf
AT the Birmingham hotel, steam heated
screened, electric lighted and all ser
vice of a first class hotel; $15 per month
and up. 10-25-tf
NATIONAL HOUSE, mV* N. 22d St.,
nicely furnished rooms from 25c up.
2-20-;*) t
FOR RENT—Four furnished rooms for
light housekeeping: private bath; ail
modern conveniences; to couple with
out children. Southside. P. O. Box
167._2-21-tf
NICELY furnished downstairs front
rooms, elegantly heated, bathroom,
house screened; Bell phone; hot onth
at all hours. 2213 North 4th avenue
2-22-tf
ELEGANTLY furnished room and board;
also table boarders. 18<>1 S. 11th ave.
2-28-7t
fsi ICELY furnished rooms for rent; cen
trally located; reasonable price. 2021 5th
avenue. 2-23-31
TWO or three desirable rooms for rent,
furnished or unfurnished; Southside,
near car line. Apply 1029 First National
Bank Bldg. 11. F. Wilson & Co. 2-23-3t.
NICE rooms, close in, with conveniences
and nice table board. 615 N. 22d street.
4273-J, Main. 2-16»5t-su-tu-thu-fri-su
TWO large front rooms well fur
nished; convenient to good board;
near Five Points. 1810 10th avenue,
south. Phone 6302-J.
2-16-4t-su-ti4~th-.su
FOR RENT—Flat, four rooms and bath,
lirst floor, veranda, unfurnished. Main
809. 2-23-3t-SU-tU-th
THREE rooms for rent, unfurnished, Tight
housekeeping: water furnished; at Sl«»
per month; gas connections. 606 South
27th street.
n*K RENT Furnished room for gentle
men. Cair Main 1273-w.
Fi RNISHEl* roomsj < on pie ( u light
housekeeping: dishes, linen, gas stove,
cheap rent. 4121 3d avenue, south. Avon
dale. 2-23-5t-eod
FOR RENT—WeTFfurnished room in mod
ern private home to two gentlemen or
«ouple; could arrange to furnish meals
if desired. 2102 Avenue G. Main 2703-J.
2-25-6t
FOR R*55rF^Two rooms, nicely furnished
for light housekeeping; electric lights,
bath and phone. 6612-J. 512 North 21th
sti eet.
fi’OR Kent Bedroom, dining i odm,
kitchen, furnished light housekeeping,
use of parlor and bathroom, private
family. Houth Highlands, references. 150*;
12th avenue, south.
FOR RPINT -Three nice upstairs unfur
nished rooms for light housekeeping;
nice neighborhood and on car line; all
conveniences. Call Main 56S6-.J. 2-2o-3t
HAVE lovely front bedroom, with large
dressing room just vacated: all modern
conveniences; two blocks of Five Points.
Phone 5534. 2-25-3t-eod
RENT Two small rooms, one h£s
sleeping porch; also room with private
bath, on car line. Main 6114-W. 2-2u-2t
FARM LANDS __
ALABAMA’S'BEST FARMS.
For sale by
INGRAM REALTY COMPANY.
Blrm Ingham.
12-H-tI
"WANTED—jHELP
"WANTED—One good cook and two
waiters at once. 1.700 6th avenue.
2-24-7t
WANTED—One good cook and two wait
ers at once. 1300 5th avenue. 2-20-7t
WANTED—Oolored axe men, surveying
outfit. Experienced poultry raiser, one
to handle Incubators and brooders; four
experienced shop machinists; white and
wash goods salesman. Room 020 Chani
lier of Commerce bldg.
MISCELLANEOUS _
IF^uTdon’t believe that 'SmiuTSTMurreil
Bros, will shave a man to sleep, just
come to their barber shop, 2116 2d ave
nue, 2-22-4t-sa-su-tu-t4i
,-flAVE SOLD OUT MY~i NT BREST IN
THE BAIN * HINKLE R. & ('. cO„
AND HAVE BOUGHT OUT HOLTAM
HOOD. 2323 SECOND AVENUE, ..Nil
WILL BE THERE UNTIL I GET
MORE SUITABLE QUARTERS. WILL
CARRY FULL LINE OF ROOFING,
SHEET METAL WORK AND FUR
NACES, ETC. WILL BE GLAD TO
HAVE YOU CALL ON ME THERE.
C. A. BAIN ROOFING AND SHEET
METAL WORKS. 2-23-tit
" PERSONAL
for county, city, individuals, banks and
corporations. Business confidential. F.
(». Box 594, Birmingham. Ala. 2-21-tf.
star-- -
WANTED— SALESMEN __
fOiST'cLASS-salesman, one that can
handle high-class trade; apply between
3 and 6 p. m. Winkler Advertising Sys
tem. 235 Clark Bids. 3-18-tit.
m
Age-Herald Branch Offices
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.
Branch offices are located at the following places:
Florence Cigar Store.
Parker’s Drug Store, (Cigar Stand).
Brown-Marx Cigar Store.
Hotel Hillman Cigar Store.
First National Bank Cigar Stand.
Gunn’s Pharmacy (3d Ave. and 20th St.).
ENSLEY—Sam T. Kennedy, Ensley Sun.
BESSEMER—Miss Gillam, Bessemer Gas Office.
HATES—One cent ■ word a dayj no ad.
takeu for trail than 25c for first Inser
tion. Cash must accompany order.
MONEY TO LEND_
TALK W?th''aean'je m i so n .
Ground floor. Steiner Bldg. 8‘til
BEAL estate loans to suit you In amount
terms and interest; can pay back
monthly or yearly; will lake second
mortgages. ■ John W. Prude, 106 North
21st street. Bell phone 240. 10-16-tf
WE negotiate loans and sell real estate:
can handle desirable farm loans. Ma
lone-MoConnell Co., 2024 3d ave. 7-17-tt
MONEY to lend on real estate. F. G.
FonvlUe. oil First National Bank Bldg.
0-26-tf
MONEY TO LOAN on any good col
lateral. Call Main 2373._1-12-tf
MONEY LOANED
ON WATCHES, DIAMONDS, JEW
ELRY. BTC.. AT LOW RATES.
LOANS CAN BE PAID BY IN
STALLMENTS.
MUTUAL LOAN SOCIETY (INC.)
210-11-12 BROWN-MARX BLDG.
12-S-tf
MONEY to lend on city and suburban
real estate. E. Solomon, room 3. Steiner
Bldg. Phone KBS. 2-7-321
WE arc prepared to discount properly
secured purchase money paper.
REALTY TRUST COMPANY.
John H. Frye, President.
301 North 20t1i st.
U-12-tu-thur-tf.
MONEY TO LEND—On Birmingham and
suburban real estate; amounts and
terms to suit borrower. Leonard-Wil
liams Investment Co., 726 Woodward
Bldg. __2-21-tf
1 NEGOTIATE loans and sell real es
tate. Jerome Tucker, 207 21st st.
12-17-tf ex sun
MORTGAGE loans on city and suburban
property. Ed S. Moore, U16 Brown
Marx. 2-16-su-tu-thu-tf
DENTISTS___
FINK dentistry. Dr. A. J. Massey, over
Jefferson County bank. Room 301.
Phone 1844. 8-31-tf-sa-su-tu-tk
LEGAL notices_
Proposals for Storm Sewer, Mobile
Alternative bids will be received by the
undersigned until 12 o'clock noon, March
11, 1913, for the construction of on open
storm sewer on St. Louis street, eust
wardly from Broad street, with brick or
concrete bottom and concrete sides, in
accordance with plans and specifications
to be had on application to the city engi
neer.
The right, is reserved to reject any or
all bids. WRIGHT SMITH,
City Engineer.
H. Pll.LANS.
Commissioner City of Mobile.
2-25-2t-tu-th
PRINTING, RULING,
BINDING. HIGH GRADE
WORK — EFFICIENT
SERVICE. LARGEST
AND MOST MODERN
PLANT IN THE STATE.
ROBERTS & SON (Inc.)
"THE BIG ALABAMA HOUSE"
1812 rr^Ib 8^! 3rd Ave.
Phones*, Dell Mala 22S, 220 and 1349
GTh A in ON SAVINGS AND
TIME CERTIFICATES
Piincipal Sc l.NTiaaaT Gu.iartiid
Write for free literature and atatemcct
SKCURITY SAVINGS Sc LOAN CO.
F.W. Dixon. Pres. Birmingham. Ala.
HQC ''Grandmother used it for her
mnO. babies, Mother used it for her
IlflUCI flllf'Q babies. And now I am using it
aXataiaaLi for »y v So spoke the
SDOTHINu voting mother. Three Generations.
0VDIID It Soothea the Child. It Softena
uinUr the Guana. It Allaya the Pain.
FOR ^ Relieves Wind Colic. And it
fUlll nR(U *• the Beat Remedy for Infantile
tSctuiuR Diarrhoea. Favorably known/
TEETHING and aold all ovar the world. J
$78,500
Be Quick If
You Want This One
Corner within one block of one of our
new hotel?, good brick store renting
well. Can arrange terms.
$30,000—Terms
Fourth avenue near 18th street, 50x1
Better be quick.
$40,000—Terms
•Alley corner, near 18th street and 4th
i avenue.
$60,000—Terms
Corner within one block of Title Guar
| at)tee building.
$65,000—Terms
40x100. near Brown-Mnrx building,
renting for $325 per month.
$18,000—Extremely
lrlasy term?, 6th avenue lot within two
block? of 20th street.
$30,000—Terms
Near 6th avenue and 20th street, 50x190,
renting for $ 150 per month.
$15,000—Terms
Near 5th avenue and 25th street, 95x100,
renting for $65 a month.
-.---1
$7000 -Terms
Hast, of JOtli street, tn good location.
Was tmilt fur a home. Has S rooms,
has hardwood floors, handsome fixtures,
nicelv papered. Tills is tiie only one out
there on a large lot for the above price.
$8500 -Terms
New. x room, just being completed on a
tot 60x176 and only one block from'
Highland avenue. Has handsome fix
tures, beautifully papered, hardwood
floors in every room, in fact it has ev
ery Improvement.
$5750, $350 Cash
Tills Is the only new 7 room house in as
good locution in the Highland for the
above price, and think of the term*,
they don't amount to much more than
rent, including every expense. Has liv
ing room, parlor, dining room, break
fast room, kitchen, latticed back porcti.
four bedrooms and tile bath, hardwood
floors, handsome fixtures, nicely
papered.
$10,000—Brick
Just Off Highland Ave.
And only a short distance from 20th
street, it is new, lias two baths, beau
tifully decorated, fine electric fixtures,
hardwood floors in every room, in fact
it lias every modern improvement and
is the only new brick home in this lo
cation for the above price- Can ar
range attractive terms.
$6000—On Terms
New 7 room home within two blocks
of the Phoenix Club. Modern in every
detail and the only one in this loca
tion for the price.
NORWOOD HOMES
$6500—Easy Terms
New 8 room home, every modern im
provement. hardwood floors, nicely
papered, lot 50x100, located near tho
new Boulevard on one of the best
streets.
$4750—$350 Cash
New 6 room bungalow, hardwood floor*,
furnace heated, nicely papered. You can
select the fixtures.
CLAUDE L. NORRIS (
Core of
Malone-McConnell
R. E. & I. Co.
2024 Third Ave. Phone* 129jj-12]|

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