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(TOO SAT TOO KNOW AU_l ~). THERE vsTo KNOW About ^ horses - WELL Saddle-. up and go help the-/ AI BoVS W\tH the_> y/\BRANP'N6^=C''^ WHAT x dont Know about] A HOHSe. would till a / SoOtC-BOVTOufcle. NH.VER/ l^Tbo OLDT& LHA13.M S^DDL.Cr\ \ 15 OPA RKiHX-SuT' / 1 SQMETH\AGrtSttJf?0N6r'7 \x (Tant sropyfe^-/ 6 S A V (OVA-NO vJ lx KKow/' X (— Gcrr Tc) \ _ VT BACKJ == cit-riBe. CANUSt'S J \BH'PH£^ \ yg C§} t^rs -ifVru- SYHD -.ML-To-Md. KATES—One cent n word n day; no ad. taken for lean than 350 for flr«< liiNer tt«>n. <'null imiMt accompany order. WANTED SHAVING—10c at 1921 4th ave. 8-1% tf .WE sharpen safety razor blades bet ter than new, 25c dozen; send them parcel post. Robert Prowell Stove Co., Birmingham, Ala. 4-9 tf WANTED—That old wheel to repair so , you will not have to walk, llickman Cycle Co., 1922 4th ave. Phone Main 1250. 6-22-tf W ANTED-Si'vciai hours’ work every evening after 7 o clock by expert steno bookkeeper or set of books requiring several hours’ work each day. Phone Main 4199 .t'ter 7 p. m. 7-15-3t WE~have lOOToTd-yards levee work on Mississippi river; good work at good prices; will let all or any part of same; payments made on monthly estimates; near V. S. & P. and M. H. & L. R. R. W. M. Scott & Co., St. Joseph, La. 7-2-51-we-su WANTED—T~> self 15 share sof Jefferson 4County Savings l ank stock. Phone 1606, 332 Hood bldg. D. F. Allen. 7-16-5t W ANTED—A-1, sine'll, second band” top delivery wagon lor pressing establish ment; state condition and price In re ply. Address V-23, care Age-Herald. 7-lG-2t-wed-fri CSaVKONG "SAI.ESMAX desires good side line, prefer cigars: write me What you have; commission, pay, when you pay. Traveler, 3421 12th ave., N., cit^r. _ , JWaNTEf>~To trade a 1912 model, 5 passenger Ford car for 2-passenger, 1913, model Ford. Phone Main 1813-J. ~_WANTED—MALE HELP^ MYERS^$1.501Iat~Store. 2010 3rd avenue. ■ _1-4-tf WANTED—Young men to work on trains as news agent. 31S N. 26th st. 5-29-tf VaNTeT>—Aii experienced mechanic on Studehaker and E. M. F. cars; good , pay, steady job; must be thoroughly reliable and sober. P. R. Flanigan Auto Co., Memphis, Tenn. 7-10-14t GOVERNMENT positions are easy to get; my free booklet, Y-209, tells how. Write today—rtow. Earl Hopkins, Washington, D. C. 7-a w-w«.«u -*Ul6cAL representative wanted; no can vassing or soliciting required; good income assured. Address National Co-operative Realty Co., V-700, Mar den bldg., Washington, D. C. 7-2-9t-we-su .WANTED—Men tolearn the barber Lade; few weeks completes; position open; tuition $25; free catalog. Birmingham Barber College, Birmingham. 2-2-tf-fri-sn-wed. , WANTED—BOARDERS SCREENED, airy rooms, best^board^Tn town, $5 week. Kenny House, 2217 4th ave. 6-16-30t tlEFINED couple or gentleman —wiiliiig to pay for 1 igl-class home and board; all city conveniences including garage, in private home on Shades mountain, coolest part. Address S-23, care Age Herald._ 7-16-tu-su ^_WA N T ED—HELP II’^^yoiT'waivPto'knuw the”school situation and all about opportunities for promo tion, write for Our Workshop and A Plan. Free to teachers. Southern Teach ers’ Agency, Columbia. S. C. \VANTED—Man stenographer and bookkeeper; white waitresses, small cafe; man cook, colored, private in firmary; foreign laborers. steady work, $1.76 day; health and accident Insurance workers, also collectors; other openings. Room 626 Chamber of Commerce Bldg. _ WANTED—FEMALE HEL1* WANTED- An experlencea'ledy“bash' ier. Apply tn French Drv Cleaning Co.. 1810 3d ave. T, A-V 111—Ladles to Luk>' .orders for high class household ncenyity with j, »r,o diamond ring premium it indue, sales, climax Agency Co., 4^u A' ood Jtfi rti Bldg. _x WANTED—AGENTS AGENTS—We want an experleneeaTTuBh grade canvasser to sell oldest line guai anteed aluminum cooking utensils to consumer. Highest grade canvassing proposition on the market and right man can make $40 to $80 weekly. Pro tected territory. Answer quick. Amerl can Aluminum Co., Div. D, I.emont. ill. 6'1-su-we-lm WANTED—^SALESMEN KTZteu a few reat, sa lesmex WHO CAN ACTUALLY GET RU fcULTB. HAS-BEENS, TO-BES AND WANT-TUBES PLEASE KEEP AWAY. 703 AMERICAN TRUST BLDG. 7-16-2t ^ MISCELLANEOUS free: free: *1.00 CREDIT ON SAVINGS ACCOVXT. To each baby liorn during this month, m will give a savings account with a credit of $1.00, provided its parents are num bered among our depositors. If you are not a patron of this bank, become one now and avail yourself and your baby of this offer together with many other advantages which we give our cus tomers. Further information upon request COMMERCIAL BANK A- TRI'ST CO., itli Ave. and 2uth St. 7-13-:i(-su-we-gu NOTICE! ~ ' rob™ a. McLeod Has no connection with the firm of R. y McLeod & Son, or with J. D. McLeod whatever. (Signed) Robert A. McLeod. K|.... _ 7-i«-3t. SCRAP IRON I OR“SALE. CHEAP! - Cne lot pipe from one to two inches, In good condition; alto one lot 56 lb. relay rails. Write us lor prices. WELLER IRON CO., fOT$ Iron and Metals. Birmingham, Ala. 2-4-tf ONE CENI A WORD HATES—One cent a word a deyi an ad. taken for less than Use for first Inser tion. Cush must Hceompanr order. k UK bALb TALK WITH ALAN^J EMlSoN. " Bell 100. 6-4-tI I BUT, sell and exchange real estate. J. M. Ulbson, toil Empire Bldg. 12-24-tf WE buy. sell, rent or exchange real es tate. E. J. Burns Co.. 406 American Trust Bldg. Phone 766. lu-4-tf WE will build you a home. Birmingham Building and Imp. Co. 414-16-16 Amer ican Trust Bldg. 1-16-tf ’ DON'T WALK—RIDE HICKMAN'S BICYCLES. 1922 4th Ave. _ 6-22-tf FOR SALE—My home, 2200 14th ave., S.; possesion given at once. Frank _Norrls. 6-10-tf FOR SALE—New and second hand safes cheap for cash; easy terms if desired; repair work a specialty. Birmingham Safe and Lock Co. Phone 3884. 1712 1st axe. 7-12-2t-su-we DONT WALK—RIDE HICKMAN'S BICYCLES. 1922 4th Ave. 6-22-tf ONE CENT A WORD RATES—One cent a word a day; no ad. taken for lean than 2Rc for flrat Inner tlon. < awli mnwt Bccoropaov order. __ _ ^_FOR sale _ _ _ ONE paid up scholarship In Wheeler Business college for sale or exchange; good change for come young man. Ad dress Jas. L. Dear., care Southern Drug Co., Jacksonville, ria. 7-13-31 PENSACOLA CITY LOTS Art Improved lots close to the business center of the fastest growing town In the south, and In the most rapidly grow ing section of Pensacola. Invest In Pen sacola City. It will pay you handsomely. Small cash payment—balance on easy terms without Interest or taxes. For full information about Pensacola and Pensa cola City Lots, call, telephone or write. FISHER REAL ESTATE AGENCY OF PENSACOLA Birmingham Office 802 American Trust. Telephone Main 6801. FOR""SALE-A few shares of Pep-to-T.ac stock; make me an offer. Address P-23, care Age-Heral l 7-10 -gt _ _ ARRIVAL AND DEI* A RTI RE OF PASSENGER TRAINS, BIRMINGHAM The following schedule figures are published only as information, and are not guaranteed. ♦Daily except Sunday. _ •♦Sunday only._ Ill ItM INGHAM TERMINAL STATION Southern Railway iso. Arrive xrom— 11 Atlanta 5:20 am 12 Greenville 7 40 pm 15 Columbus 11:30 hoi 20 Mobile 8:30 pm 23 Jacksonville 12:25 pm 28 Selma 10:25 am 20 New York 4:45 pra ao. nepari to— 11 tlreenvllle 7 :0ft am >2 Atlanta 12:15 am 15 t'oluraous 4 :05 pm 19 Mobile 5:45 am 24 Jacksonville 3:55 pm 27 Selma 3:45 pm 40 Atlanta 0:30 am 30 New York 3 :50 pm 30 New York9:30 am ((iieen C'reneent Route A. G. S. R. R. No. Arrive from — 1 Cincinnati 10:05 pm 2 New Orleans 0:05 am 3 Cincinnati 10:15 am 4 New Orleans 0:00 pm 5 Chattanooga 11:38 am 5 Meridian 11:53 a in 7 New York 10:20 pm 8 Shreveport 0:20 am 13 Shreveport 11:85 am 22 Ch^tannoga H.IIO pm So. Depart to— 5 Meridian 4:1ft pm 0 Chattanooga 4 :ftft pnt 11 Meridian 5:3ft am 22 Chattanooga 5 :0o am I'rlNco l.lnrM o. Arrive rrom-— 1 O'. Kansas <ity 3:50pm 10:t Kansas City 6:15 am i 925 Winfield 10.15 am I 021 Memphis3:41) pm I -No. Depart ro— 108 Kansas City 12:30 pm 104 Kansan City 10:80 pm #28 Winfield 4:18 pm 022 Memphis_7:80 aui i entral of <ia. By. No. Arrive from— 1 Savannah 10:10 pm H Jacksonville 12:05 pm 3 Savannah 11:55 am No. Depart to— 2 Macon 7:00 am 10 Jacksonville 4 ;R.*5 pm 4 Sava until .1:50 pm I BIRMINGHAM TFHMIN VI. STATION Senlionrd Air Line Hr. No. Arrive from— 5 Washington 10:00 pm 11 Washington 12:10 pm 20 Atlanta 0:30 pm No. Depart to— fi Washington 8 .00 pm 12 Washington 3:50 pm 22 Atlanta n ::0 ^m lllinolN Central Ry. No. Arrive from— 0 Chicago4:j-> pm No. Depart to— 1 10 < 'lijcngo12:1*. pm 1.01 ISVlLliK A WSHV1M.K STATION L. & N. R. R. No. Arrive rrom - 1 Cincinnati 8:25 am 2 New Orleans 12:10 pm 3 Cincinnati 3:25 pm 4 Nfw Orleans 8:37 pm *5 Decatur 7:45 pm 7 Cincinnati 3:50 hid 10 Montgomery 7 :15 pm 12 Montgomery 10:45 am »i r; li^.cnr10:30 am no. Depart to— •8 Decatur 8:15 am X Cincinnati 11:53 pm | 9 Montgomery 8:20 am i 11 Montgomery 3:50 pm ! 14 Decatur 4:00piu Hlrmlnffham Mineral \o Arm* rroni— .".9 Praco 0:15 pm IX Tuscaloosa II :l-*> urn 42 Blocl on 7 :25 pui 25 Anuiaton 10 .40 aiu 47 Anniston 0 :50 pm 102 Tuscaloosa 0:0~» pm \o. Depart to— 33 Praco 8:25 am 41 Blocton «:30 am 40 Blorton 2:45 pm 44 Annleton 3:40 pm 4K Anniston 8 :30 am 101 Tuscaloosa8 .25 am A.* H. A A. >o. Arrive rrom— an Brunswick 11 :.rtO am 2T> Talladega6:3fl pm Ao. Depart to— 24 Brunswick 4 :00 pm 28 Talleflega 8:30 a in Trains marked thus (*) run dally except Sunday. Other trains run dally. Central time. FOR SALE j^r^iTrrrr^MTt? nceT^eair^lTe^rnroerirx club, for sale by owner. C. H. Glasser. phone Main 2970. 7-7-25t $4600. EIGHT-ROOM. TWO-STORY. l>/2 BLOCKS FROM LOOP, 15TH ST. AND IDLE WILD CARS. This is an unusually well built and good looking house; has modern plumbing, electric lights, gas, etc.; on an ele vated lot; alley corner; you will never get another bargain to equal this. Easy terms to responsible party. GEO. O. MABRY. 210b* 1st. Main 2572. 7-13-7t THREE ROOM HOUSE NEAR LAKE VIEW FOR SALE. $900; PART CASH, BALANCE EASY.' TERMS. J^OT 60x150 FOR SALE-IN RUGBY HIGHLANDS, LAST LAKE, PRICE $226. TERMS. ADDRESS P. O. BOX 1*7. 7-11-tf FOR SALE—At bargainTbest"paying,”most popular rooming 4101186 in city; low rent, long lease; choice downtown location. Phone Main 4683. 7-13-tf I WELL equipped, well patronized, good paying small grocery store will be sold reasonable price. Call on or ad dress Charles Freeman, 2129 5th ave. ___l_T-14-:it FOR SALE— Four chair barber shop; good i paying proposition Address W-21, car* i Age-Herald. 7«d5-5t FOR SAilE- -Six room house and lot on Soutslde; want to sell on account »»f to-n. Address Owntr, L-?" Age-He raid. 7-16-*$ V \ FOR SA'\,E in best part of Norwood, a 10 room \ouse, living room, parlor, din ing room.Switchen, 2 bedrooms and bath downstairs, z bedrooms, trunk and bath room upstairs, garage and servants’ room, lot 60x190, well shaded, eastern ex posure; a very Desirable home on liberal terms; cash proposition; please don’t answer if you haAe something to trade. See owner, 2008 3d ave. Main 9186. 6-15-tf-su-w'e-fri. FOR SALE—Foundry, capacity 15 tons daily, suitable for small or medium castings; good R. R. facilities, close to city. For sale at a bargain or will lease. Address D-21, -are Age-Herald. 7-13-it-su-wed-frl-su FOR SALE—$12,500 for” inTmediate accept - ante, a corner on N. 21st st., within one block of Tutwiler apartm*nt house. The property is now renting for $900 per year, with proper improvements it will bring several times the amount; this is a bar gain and will double its present value within the next few years. H. L. Bains, 2127 3rd ave.. X._7-9-3t-wed-fri-siin PENSACOLA CITY I.OTS Are the best investment in the south for indiv iduals of limited or moderate means because Pensacola Is growing taster than any other city of the same else, while tire rise in real estate values is .lust beginning. Investigate Pensacola City Lots. It costs you nothing. Call, telephone or write FISHER REAL ESTATE AGENCY OF PENSACOlvA Birmingham Office S02 American Trust Building Telephone M. 6801. *B SA77K^MF-good~6TpasseT7geF-Ca'5 iliac- automobile, in first class con dition: will sacrifice for cash; party leaving city. Call Main 8536 tor dem onstration. FOR SALE NOTICE^TO^CONfRACTOR^ FOR SALE OR FOR RENT—Hoisting engines, with or without boilers, con crete mixers, air compressors, pump, portable boilers, one pair Greens Corliss engines 22x 48. with fly wheel pulley. Charles T. Lehman, 1923 Powell avenue, Birmingham, Ala. Both phones. Main 866. li-18-su-wd-tf FOR SALE -Or exchange; I have a client with two houses and store house, unin cumbered; will sell or exchange for a farm, 30 miles pf Birmingham; value $6600. l. r\ Hill, phone M, 1924 ith a CHOICE suburban 6 acres, $400; stations convenient; why pay $500 lot with 22 lots offered under $20? See it. Phone 5272. Owner. 1109 S. 13th st. EIGHT mottled Anconas: fine stock seven hens, one rooster; all one year old. $8; a lot. of Silver Laced Wyan dotte?. fryers and hens, from 25 to 75c. Fred Kersgard. 519 Powell st., Cleveland station. $100 $]00 $100 BRANDYWINE No more-—No less Brandywine Townsite and gereagc. $ 10 0— BR AND Y W TN E—$ 100 Newest of new towns. BRANDYWINE A real home for you. BRANDYWINE Ten months payments. $100 $100 $100 CHOICEST east front lot in Norwood 60x190, worth $60 per foot, will sell cheap for half cash. Located near cor ner 12th ave. and 29th st. Ask Rufus A. Russell, with Minge, 2113 1st ave. _* 7-16j3t FOR SALE—Stock of drugs and fixtures at a bargain. Address X-23, care Age Herald. 7-16-31 EIGHT room, furnace heated house on South Highlands, on large lot with southern frontage; worth $6500; brand new. well built and strictly up-to-date. Owner has Instructed me to offer this home at $5000 on easy terms. Ask Rufus A. Russell, with Minge. 2113 1st ave.7-16-11 PERSONAL ante* my great successful "Monthly" remedy; safely relieves some of the longest, most obstinate, abnormal cases in three to live days; no harm, pain or Interference with work; mail, <1.50. Double strength, <2.00. Dr. Southington, 36 Long Bldg.. Kansas City, Mo. 6-24-tf _KODAK FINISHING F,fims~'developed.~'lOc''per 'roll; prints, 219 c, 3e and 1c each; best work guar anteed. Address the Kodaker'a Friend, Box 922. Birmingham. Mall order* my apeclalty.6-3-tf FARM LANDS 'farms anywhere in'alabama For Sale by INGRAM REALTY COMPANY, Empire Bldg. Phone Main 1197. ONE CENT A WORD HATES—One cent a word a day; no ad. taken for lean than i!5c for first Inser tion. t'aMli mnat Hcennipauy order. ly furnished rooms from 25c up. 6-22^0t THE AVALON—All outside rooms, fur nace heat; modern conveniences; moderate price; bath free. 2100 5th avenue. 6-25-tf AT the Birmingham hotel, screened, elec tric lighted, telepnones, and all service of a first class hotel, with privilege of bath, $3.50 per week. 6-11-tf ATTRACTIVE furnished room with board in the home of cultivated people. Unlimited hot water, gas and electric lights. Screens, moderate terms. Phone 8268-J._1121jCullom st. 8. 7-13-3t FOR RENT—Two large rooms, nicely fur nished. one front room with board. 182<> 5th ave. Phone 4653-W. Mrs. McClure. __7-13-71 FOR RENT—July 15, large, nicely fur-; nished second floor bedroom, within 5 minutes’ walk of business district; rent most reasonable. 2113 5th ave., N. _7-13-tf FOR RENT—October 1; we have sev eral stores for rent in heart of retail district. W. B. Leedy & Co. 7-12-71 FURNISHED for light housekeeping, o rooms, private bath, modern. 2100 7th ave. Also two small furnished rooms cheap, same address. 7-15-21 i FOR RENT—Two large, unfurnished con necting rooms; sink, reception hall; cool and clean; small family of adults. 211G 8th ave., N. 7-15-:>t ONE or two atractive rooms and sleep ing porch in new, modern home of small private family, in best section of South Highlands; prefer refined, congenial couple because male member of family frequently out of city on business. Call at 1003 Crescent avenue, South High lands. 7-16-2t TWO connecting futnished rooms lor light housekeeping. 1812 7th ave. 7-15-tf DEIGHTPULUY c ol arid nicely furnished rooms on South Side, private family, all convenience4*; prices reasonable; young men preferred. Main 4199. 7-15-3t ROOM with private bath; also room with sleeping porch. 1218 30th st., S. Main 6114. 7-9-we-fr-su-tf FOR RENT—THREE ROOMS AND RATH IN THE BEST PART OF THE CTTY, NOT HAR FROM CENTER OF* TOWN. WTTH A PRIVATE FAMILY; HOUSE LOCATED AT 2104 5TH AVE., APPLY AT THAT ADDRESS. A nice cool room across from bath an 1 lavatory; private home; modern conven iences; well located on 15th st car lino. 1140 S. 16th f t.; Main 7365-W. ROOMS and board for young men; do lightfully cool p ace; rates reasonable; one room with private bath. 2101 Ave. G.; phone Main 8101-\V. 605 N. 21st st., two furnished rooms. _7-16-3t FOR RENT—Large, nicely furnished second floor bedroom; every conven ience. 2113 5th ave. 7-16-3t FOR RENT—Two connecting rooms nicely furnished for light housekeep ing. 2316 6th ave., N. Phone Main 4712-J. NICELY furnislie 1 front room in private family, oil 19th st.. N. 7-lG-3t NICE cool ’corns. 2209 6th ave.. N. 7-16-3t FOR RENT FDR RENT—From OctoberMT~thVj>exter j hotel. Montgomery, Ala., the cleanest, best ventilated and most attractive lit tle hotel in Alabama; 24 rooms, 10 douole with or without, furniture; long lease to right party; rent must be assured. Ap ply to J. S. Pinckard, 17 S. Perry st. 7-13-7t FOR RENT October 1. handsonSe garage stores for rent in heart of retail dis trict. W. B. Leedy & <v». 7-13-Tt FOR RENT October 1, handsome garuge on S. 30th st. W. B. Leedy & Co. 7-13-7t FOR RENT now, 6 rooms and bath, third floor, over Brown's Cigar store. 2d ave. and 30th st. W. B. Leedy & Co. 7-13-7t FOR~RENT~F'urnished or unfurnished, modern 5-room apartment; desirable lo cality, Southside; immediate possession. Address P. O. Box 358. 7-13-tf. FOR RENT—Second fl«>r of building 1»2S Powell ave.. size 50x90 railroad, in front and at rear of building; rental $30 per month. Chas. T. Lehman. 1923 Powell ave. 2-16-tf-su-wed MULES FOR RENT. We will hire you mules to work by the day. w'eek or month. You can hire one or as many as you want. These are good, strong, live mules and will do good work. Call on or phone us. MAX WELL-CROUCH MULE CO.. 1512-14 2d ave. Phone 1027. LATTA & WRIGHT. FOR RENT—Cottage on 11th ave.. S.: 5 rooms and bath; $35 per month. Phone Main 8588. No agents need answer. 7-16-3t _BUSINESS CHANCES_ FOR^SALE—Nice grocery business doing fine •business; line location: compelled to sell on account of other business; will take about $2000. T-23, care Age Herald. 7-H-^t ^JLOST,JiTHAYEDJJR STOLEN_ FOUND—Ore wheel~orT Ullpian school ground; no name plate; owner can get same by calling at G07 S. 12th st. LOS*f~or stolen from Seales' * floral gar den, Schillenger station. South Besse mer car line, white, black and tan setter dog; answers name Ben; when last seen had collar with my name on it; reward for information leading to recovery. Zell GuslOn. phone 2166 Main, Birmingham, Ala. “ STOCKS AND BONUS STOCKS, LISTED BONDS A INDUS TRIALS. DISCOUNT SHORT-TIMB COMMERCIAL PAPER. NEGOTIATE COLLATERAL & MORTGAGE LOANS. ELLIOTT-LAWTON CO., FIRST NATL. BLDG.. BIRMINGHAM. f-13-tr ONE CENT A WORD RATES—One cent ■ word * rt«7l no ad. taken for lean llinn 25c for first Inser tlnri. fash must accompany order. ~ ^ want-ed-situations , EXPERIENCED bookkeeper and office man wants position; capable of handling correspondence and taking entire charge of office. auditing books or clerical work. W. D. DeCottes, South ern hotel, Birmingham. Ala. 7-13-7t. COMPETENT, experienced first grade graduate teacher wants principalship of school, opening September Or Oc tober, in small town or village on railroad: best references. Write terms, etc. Teacher, box 342, Al bertville, Ala. 7-13-4t BOOKKEEPER and stenographer, thor oughly experienced, desires position ut once: can lurninh best of references and am willing to start in at moderate salary. Address N-23, care Age-Herald. 7-15-2t YOUNG man, experienced bookkeeper and stenographer, willing to go anywhere, «r open for position. Address K«23, care Age-Herald. WS-St NICE respectable young man of 18~wants position at once; willing to learn any kind of trade. Call H. R. Rosser, 4162-W, Tuesday, between 8:30 and 9:80. 7-15-3t I HAVE just graduated from school and want to go to work; would be glad to consider anything you have to offer. Call Wood lawn. 248-W. 7-15-3t TOUffc man. 19, wants position as soda dispenser; well experienced; can furnish good references. Address H-23, care Age Herald. 7-15-3t BOY wants a position as butler; can give good reference. Address G-23, care Age Herald. 7-15-3t EXPERIENCED meat cutter and grocer man is open for a position at present: can furnish good reference. Address J-2K. care Age-Herald. 7-16-2t WANTED—A position as night watch man; good references and am experi enced. Address C. H. Tymet 4411 1st avenue. - 7-15-2t I.INOTYYPE MACHINIST OPEkATOlT. fast, cean, sober, wants steady sit in this or neighboring state; write or wire. Address M-2ftv Criie Age-Herald. 7-lo-2t AV ANTfe D—Posit lo n by A1 registered druggist; A1 references as to all quali fications. Address Q-23, care Age-Hci ald. 7-lS*St WA.VTED—Young man desires position’as bill clerk >r collector, best of references; can make bond if desired. Address R-23, care Age-Herald WANTED—Work by a first class non union carpenter end pattern maker; can Install and operate all kind® of wood working machinery. Address U-23. Ags Herald. BY registered pharmacist! anywhere in Alabama, single man: can go to work at once. Address • Stokes.” care Age Herald. A YOUNG man wants position at any tlilng. Experienced in collecting, solic iting, clerical and dental laboratory work. A"-23, care Age-Herald. 7-16-31 FOR RENT -To couple without”children. three modern connecting rooms, joining bath, for light housekeeping; references exchanged. T30 l.Sth st., N. Alain 4723-J. FOR RENT—2 nicely furnished rooms for light housekeeping or bedrooms; price $3.60 per week. 2128 6th are. ONE CENT A WORD RATES—One cent a word m dajj no ad. lakeu for lean than lT>c for firnt Inwer tlou. Tnah mnwt accompany order. _ WANTED—SITUATIONS_ _ BV'^youpg^man of* 21, civil engineering preferred; has been engaged in study of engineering in l niversity of Mississippi for past three years; good references. Address W-23, tare Age-Herald. MONEY TO LEND mdC^rfH^ALAfTTE M1 hoJT"^' Grosind floor Steiner Bldg, 8-g-tt REAL, ESTATE loans to suit you In amount, terms and Interest; can pay back monthly or yearly; will take s«cond mortgages. John W. Prude. 106 N. 22d st. Bell phone 240. 10-16-tf WE negotiate loans and sell real es tate, can handle desirable farm loans. Malone-McConnell Co.. 2024 3d ave. 7-17-tf MONEY TO LEND on Birmingham and suburban rnal estate. Leonard Wil liams Co., 725 Woodward Bldg. 4-14-tf WE NEGOTIATE PERSONAL LOANS SECURED BY ACCEPTABLE COL LATERAL. 936 FIRST NATL. BLDG. 6-11-tf MONEY to lend on real estate. F. G' Fonville, 531 1st Nat. Bank Bldg. 6-22-tf THE Great Southern Life Insurance Co. of Birmingham, Ala., has money to loan at 8 per cent on improved real estate first mortgages. Apply J. B. Gibson, agent. Empire Bldg. 7-lJ-tf. f:NEGOTIATE loans and sell real es state. Jerome Tucker, 207 21st st. 12-17-tf ex sun MONEY—We have $50,000 to lend on Bir mingham and suburban improved prop erty. Phone ItiOrS, 382 Hood bldg. 7-16-L.t MONEY to lend. The Protective Life Insurance Co., home office Empire Bldg.. Birmingham, Ala., has money to lend at 8 per cent, three to five years, on improved central real es tate or income bearing farms. Tree of brokerage. 7-16-3t SUMMER RESORTS SPPEND t‘.e ‘uni.ur at Bluff Park notel on Shades maintain; 15 degree cooler than Birmingham. Phone Main 7219-M. .7-16-It KODAKS PII^MsTreveiope3moc^p*rTrori?^FrInt»r~SS and 4c cacti. Prompt attention and work the best Coveil Co.5-21-tf CLEANING AND PRESSING '^aWieEfs~B^rcCEAmNa^o.— Cleaning, pressing, repairing, altering, bats renovated and blocked. 1713 3d Ave. Phone Main 2372. 1-8-tf-we-th-fr-mo ONLY COMPLETE PLANT IN STATE MAKING HIGH GRADE LirHOGRAPHED ST A TIONERY, BONDS AND CERTIFICATES— VISIT OUR PLANT. ROBERTS & SON (Inc.) -THE BIO ALABAMA HOUSE 1812 srnin. V?.h 3rd Ave, Phones. Bell Main 228, 229 and 1848 ONE CENT A WORD RATES—One cent a word a day* no ad. taken for lean than 25c for first Inner* tlon. Caah ranat accompany order. _AUCTI0NJ5ALE_ NOTICE TO 11 HORSE AND MULE DEALERS WE HAVE DISCONTINUED OUR AUCTION SALES UNTIL FRI DAY, SEPTEMBER 6. BEGINNING FRIDAY SEPTEM BER C. WE WILL REOPEN OUR AUCTIONS ON A MUCH LARGER PLAN AND WILL HAVE OUR SALES WEEKLY EVERY FRIDAY. IF YOU NEED HORSES OR MULES WE CAN SUPPLY YOUR WANTS PRIVATELY. MAXWELL & CROUCH HORSE AND MULE CO. FOR RENT SOUTHSIDE. Location. Rooms. Price. 2206 Avenue F. 4 $16.00 405 20th street . 5 20.00 1131 14th street . 6 26.00 2131 Avenue H . 5 20.00 1913 10th avenue . X 40.00 1002 20th street . 9 83.33 2732 Highland avenue .... 9 75.00 830 20th street . 9 75.00 2900 Cypress avenue .... 10 56.00 940 19th street . 10 86.00 1 407 11th avenue . 14 76.00 1921-23 Avenue H . 24 150.00 109-% S. 20th street - 20 60.00 NORTHS IDE. 615 22d street . 8 60.00 1916-% 4th avenue . 20 75.U0 Rosewall apartments, lo cated on 22d st.. between 7th and 8th aves.; thor oughly modern, steam heat and water fur nished; occupancy given Augjst 1. See us about prices. STORES. 2521 4th avenue . 40.00 2411 2d avenue . 60.00 306 N. 14th street . 30.00 W. B. Leedy & Co. 112 N. 21st st. Phone 41 i... r ..l Comparative Statement Showing the Growth of the SECURITY SAVINGS AND LOAN COMPANY During the Past Five Years SEMI-ANNUAL STATEMENT of SECURITY SAVINGS A LOAN COMPANY At Close of Business. June 30th,' 1308 RESOURCES Loans secured by first mortgages .$67,323.62 Our own home ..... Office furniture and fixtures .. 300.00 Real estate owned .*.. Cash on hand and in banks .. 9,411.24 $76,934.86 LIABILITIES Six per cent time certificates • •.$32,850.00 Guarantee fund and profits. 28,780.39 Monthly savings ... Ordinary savings . ...15,304.47 Installment stocks .:...... Juvenile savings . $76,934.86 SEMI-ANNUAL STATEMENT of Lite SECURITY SAVINGS & LOAN COMPANY At Close of Business, June 30th, 19113 RESOURCES Ixtans secured by first mortgages ..$427,837,04 Our own home . 25,000.00 Office furniture and fixtures ..... 1,600.00 Real estate owned . 3.181.95 Cash on hand and in banks . 24,016.58 $481,635.57 LIABILITIES Six per cent time certificates .$2*2,875.00 Guarantee fund and profits .. 52,559.68 Monthly savings ..'. 43,679.00 Ordinary savings . 69,022.54 Installment stock ,-.i..... 68,512.99 Juvenile savings 4.986.36 , $481,635.57 Above will be seen the statement of the Security Savings & Loan Company at the close of business June 30, and a statement of its business at the same date five years ago. We think these statements determine the fact that botli investor and borrower can under standing the advantages offered by this company. We would like for the cautious in vestor to scan closely these statements and to be convinced that our growth is healthy and that our individual profits and guarantee fund are growing in proportion. Loan companies such as the Security are just beginning to be understood in this dis trict. Omaha, Nebraska, has a savings and loan company just twenty years old with as sets of $8,000,000.00. Los Angeles, California, has one with $5,000,000.00 and several with assets nearly as large. A great many cities not so large as Birmingham have com panies up in the millions. Each one of these savings and loan companies pay 6 per cent to the investor, as does the Security, and their rates to the borrower are virtually the same as this company charges. We mention these facts to show that the Security has well defined plans, plans that have been tried out and proved successful by companies in other cities. We say again that if you are getting less than 6 per cent for your money, we would be glad to have you investigate our record, plans, etc. F. W. Dixon, President R. B. Tarpley, Secretary-Treasurer Dr. R. V. Mobley, Vice-President B. A. Thompson, Chairman Board of Appraisers Security Savings and Loan Company 2109 Second Avenue, Birmingham, Ala.