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$250,000
TO LENF
The Alabama
Home Building &
Loan Association
Has a quarter of a million dollars to lend at once for build
ing homes and for taking up mortgages on improved prop
erty in the Birmingham district. Office 2026 1st Avenue.
ONE CENT A WORD
RATES—One cent n won! n day: no ad
taken for lea* than -."#<• for flrat Inser
tion. t'nwh inn at arewrnwanv order.
__WANTED
'0 Wji.' sharpen safety razor blades bet
ter than new. 25c dozen; send their,
parcel post. Robert Prowell Stove Co.,
Birmingham, Ala. 4 # tf
* GLUCK’S'DRY CLEANING CO.
Cleaning, pressing, repairing, altering,
bats renovated and blocked.
- 1713 3d Ave. Phone Main 2372.
1-8-tf-we-th-fr-mo
* .PATENTS SECl’RED Vour Invention
may be small but valuable if patented.
^ Parker Cook. Victor Bldg., Washing
ton, D. C. 9-18-6t
J1' WANT HI)—To know Tf you have trieu
Rilox, the tasteless castor oil, the
one the doctors always recommend
because it is tasteless and effective.
8-3Q-8m-3U-tu-th
6o to Reckling's. 1811 2d ave., for auto
mobile robes, lap robes, horse blankets
and covers; raincoats, harness and sad
dles. Belt repairing a specialty.
9-14-3t-su-tu-thu
v WANT HI)- By October 1, modern 4 or ">
room flat or cottage on Sauthside. An
swer, giving rent and phone number.
. Address B-1«m. <m.* Ag*-H»*rahl. 9-17-tf.
WANT HD—To hoi row SIMM) for :: years, s
per cent interest, no brokerage; first
mortgage on two pretty new 7-room
bungalows and lots, worth $H000; also
strong indorsers. Address Good Loan,
care Ag^-Heraid,9-lS-;;t
W AIM TED—iVlAHEJdELP^^
iffA^T^ETD-Ytumg^neiTTor''^^
service; security required. 318 N. 26th.
8-12-tf
SLANTED-Non-union men; blacksmiths,
$4 day, 9 hours, shlpsmlth preferred; pat
ternmakers, $3.50 day, 9 hours; machin
ists, $3.75 day, 9 hours; steady work.
Home Industry Iron Works, Mobile, Ala.
8- 26-3ot
S§E~a barber; easy work, lug wages; few
. weeks completes by our method; earn
while learning, tools furnished; write
for catalogue. Moler Barber College,
Atlanta. Ga. 9-10-25t
Ranted—Boys to carry bundles. F.
W. Woolxvorth Co., 5 and 10-Cent
Store. 9-15-2t
NTED-PO\viTk r“~~.\i en7 pi’NCid
HRS. MINERS OR HANDY MEN;
GOOD \AgES. STEADY WORK A I
DYNAMITE FACTORY; THREE
MILES FROM THEBES. ILL.. ON
C. & E. L. RY. WRITE THE AETNA
POWDER CO, FALVILLE, ILL.
9- 17«10t
WANTED—Ambitious young man in every
town in this state by a million dollar
corporation; this is a good opportunity
for a young man of worth to get into a
life time business; references required
with application. P. M. Higgins, 1501
American Trust Bldg., Birmingham. Ala.
8-17-eod-lm
{^VANTED— Expert concrete finisher, good
wages. Write W. C. Kennedy, Pensa
cola, Fla. 9-17-3t.
1 JBrANTEI.)—Table hoys. Apply at Nun
nally’s. 208-210 North 19th su
9-18-2t
JlEN~ 17 OR OVER! Phy in the V7~8.
Navy averages $40 per month. Promo
tion possible up to Chief Petty officer
at over $90 clear. Learn mechanical
trade. Must prove you are an Ameri
can citizen. Complete information at
Navy Recruiting Station. Patton-Pope
Bldg.. 3rd ave. and 20th st.. Birmingham.
Ala. For free booklet “The Making of a
Wan-o'-Warsman," address. Bureau of
Navigation, Box 192, Navy Department,
Washington, D. C. 9-18-5t-thu
ANTED—Experienced Gordon press
feeders; none other need apply. See
foreman at Roberts & Son, 1810-12 Third
avenue. 9-18-3t
9R£N11,ED—Experlenced registered phar
macist to take charge of a small drug
•tore; state salary and give references
in first letter. Address .1-46. care Age
Herald. 9-18-2t-th-su
__WANTED—SALESMEN_
#URNTfCRE salesman wanted, with ex
pert enga, good salary; none ne^d apply
who cannot give good reference. Call
at 1818 Ave. E, Ensley. Phone 63 Enslev.
T v 9-16-31
.WANTED—Both white and co’oied sales
men to handle colored lot subdivision;
will give exclusive territory to hus
tlers; this property sells rapidly; 20 per
i cent commission for you. Ingram
• Realty Co., 13th floor Empire Bldg.
Phone lift Main. 9-17-3t
WANTED—BOARDERS^
^Ejn^pfL/nENT^front room with hoard.
719 South 20th st. 9-4-30c
fcflCEDY furnished room and best table
board. 1925 Ave. H. 9-U-7t
isTlr E I. Y furnished room and board at
Five Points; convenient to three car
lines. Phone Main 2366-W. 9-18-3t
SICK-rooms with board, furnace heated
house, all modern conveniences, at 1806
Hth ave., S., near Five Points. 3664-W.
8-31-Ht-su-tlfu
JI^ANTKP Thr t gentlemen boarders,
1921 Park avenue, private bath. 9-lK-7t
♦PAN't’KD- To board a couple or two gen
tlemen; can accommodate three; private
home and modern. Phone 1393. 9-t8-3t
WANTED—FEM A LE^HELF^
capable of taking c-hargr of house if
• necessary; must have good references.
Address Mrs. P. A. Ivy, 1731 S. 21st st.
Phone Main 6286. 9-17-2t
WAx’fED—Experienced efficient colored
woman to cook and assist in house
work: good wages, permanent place, i29
Tuscaloosa ave.. West End. 9-17-2t
W..\ NTKD—An experienced stenographer
for office work: must l>e accurate and
•teady; we want a young lady who
wants a permanent place which is now
Open. Apply at main office, Louis Saks
B1 Clothing Co.
ROOMS WANTED—BOARD
WANTED—Immediately, two unfurnished
rooms in private family for light house
keeping by couple with 23-months-old
child; must be reasonable and in walk
ing distance; prefer downstairs; refer
ences exchanged. Box 396, city.
ifc'ANTED- Four or five rooms in fiat,
well located. Phone 7798.
\VANT 10D—By two young men, room
and two meals per day, located with
in walking distance on Northside. or
Woodlawn near Tidewater line; pre
fer private family. Address N-46,
care Age-Herald.
X ROOM and board desired in a private
family by gentleman and wife, to be
occupied about September 25. South
Highlands preferred. 0-46, Age-Herald
*9-lS-2t.
LUai. aiKAlJC.ll UK ai'OLKiN
jCOHT—TTny hlack and white female St.
Charles spaniel; return to 2245 Highland
avenue or call Main 2383, and receive
tfWard. 9-l6-3t
PARTY who absentmlndedly took blac k
handled, silver mounted silk umbrella
from voting place at Southside fire sta
tion Monday morning, can ease*his con
science (if any) by returning umbrella
VU First National Bank.
ONE CENT A WORD
I RATES—One cent a word a days no ad.
taken for Ionm tlian 2Bc for flrat Inaer
I *'°n. <awh nniwt wpconipnny order.
ANTED—SITUATIONS^ _
V\ AN l’KD--Atoncej*l>o^t1onTv7^eglflTcre<l
pharmacist; have had 3 years’ practi
cal experience and guarantee to give
satisfaction. Address W. A. Wood,
Oneonta. Ala. 9-12-7t
\\ ANTED—At once, position by well ex
perienced. competent lady stenogra
pher. Call Main GH63-J. 9-16-3t
SECOND rate machinists, just moved In
town, desires work at once. Address
B-46, care Age-Herald. 9-17-2t
WANTED—Position as an electrician, 12
years’ experience; also building repair
ing. *>24 N. 28th st., city. 9-17-2t
A THOROUGHLY experienced office
man, married, strictly sober, capable
of rendering satisfactory service either
as auditor, cashier, voucher clerk, or
detail office work, desires to make a
change October l; good reasons for
change. Gilt edge references furnished.
Address A-46, care Age-Herald. 9-17-3t
WANTED- Position by young widow as
cashier or to take charge of business;
experience and best of references; if sat
isfied, would take half interest in busi
ness. Address Z-4o, care Age-Herald.
__ 9-17-2t
POSITION by competent young man
stenographer of four years’ experience
in or out of town; reference furnished.
Address D-4*>, care Age-Herald.
9-17-2t
jUi .\<» maii wants position in laundry
office as bookkeeper or assistant or In
any clerical capacity; salary immaterial
to start; 8 years experience. Would also
take wagon, guarantee an increase in
route. References. Address G-46. care
Age-Herald. 9-17-2t.
WANTED—Position, by a young single
limn as assistant bookkeeper, time
keeper or office work of some kind.
Have had several years experience and
can furnish best of references. Will go
out of town if necessary. Address X-72,
ca re Age-Herald.
WANTED— Place, private home, cook and
butler or cook and maid; references
furnished; can report for duty at once.
Allen Arnold (colored), 927 N. 20th st.,
| city._ 9-i8-2t
\\ ANTED—Jjob ;is a driver of motorcycle
for any business place. Apply 401 S.
18th st. 9-18-2t
POSITION wanted by young man ste
nographer and general office assistant;
7 years’ experience; good references.
^Address H-46, care Age-Herald.
’ HAT FFE.T R, man and wife* want posi
tion as driver and maid or nurse with
private family; room on place; no chil
dren; willing workers with reference;
can give three-years’ experience. Ad
dress 311 N. 24th st. 9-18-2t
STEAM and electrical engineer with best
°f references. Address K.-46, care Age
Herald. 9-18-2t
WANTED—A position as bookkeeper or
assistant bookkeeper; willing to be
gin on a small salary and to work
hard. References given. Address L-40.
■ are Age-Herald. 9-18-2'
^FOR RENT-— R0()M
FURNISHED rooms" with all conven
iences, gentlemen or couple without
children. 630 N. 19th st., cor. 7th ave.
_ 9-14-5t
TWO connecting furnished rooms for
light housekeeping; no children. 1812
«th ave_ 9-14-if
THE AVALON—All outside rooms, fur
nace heat; modern conveniences;
moderate price; bath free. 2l6t 6th
avenue. 6-25-tf
AT the Birmingham hotel, screened, elec
tric lighted, telepnones. and al! service
of a ilrst class hotel, with privilege of
bath, $3.60 per week. 6-11-tf
NATIONAL HOUSE, 209% N. 22d st., nice
ly furnished rooms from 26c up. 8-2o-30t
FURNISHED room, hot bath, phone,
house screened. 2420 5th ave. 9-9-lot
FOR RENT Two nicely furnished up
stairs rooms in private home; every
convenience; one block Highland car;
talking distance to town. Main 7057.
2102 Humbolt ave. 9-913t.
KENNY HOUSE—Rooms and board, $5
week. 2217 4th ave. 9-13-lUt
FOR RENT—One large and one small
bedroom, nicely furnished, every con
venience, within 10 minutes’ walk to
business district; rates most reasonable.
2113 5th ave., north. Phone Main 3197-W.
_ 9-14-tf
|r()K HEIST—Nicely furnished room to
gentlemen In large apartment; no chil
dren and cjulet; steam heat; every mod
ern convenience; Five Points; refer
ences. Main 2661-W. v 9-17-2t
PLEASANT, comfortable furnished
front room, mode, n conveniences, facing
Capitol park; housekeeping privileges
if desired; no children; references ex
changed. Apply. 2012 8th avenue. 9-17-3t
FOR RENT—One or two nicely furnished
rooms with small kitchen, suitable for
light housekeeping; young men pre
ferred. Address 2212 6th ave. 9-17-f>t
FOR RENT—Nicely furnished" upstairs
front room, elegant, heated bathroom,
het bath at all hours; house screened.
Bell phone. 2212 4th ave. 9-18-2t
TWO adjoining rooms, lavatory and all
conveniences and tirst class board, for
twro or three gentlemen on South High
lands. 1625 S. 12th ave. 9-14-3t-su-tii-thu
SPITE of rooms with private bath. 1218
20th st., south. Main 6114 W. 9-7-eod-tf
NEWLY papered and painted^ connect
ing faont rooms, furnished complete for
housekeeping, 2 blocks from park And
library, bath, screens, refrigerator,
dishes, linen, gas stove, cheap rent. 4121
Avenue C, Avondale. 9-14-5t-eod
TWO nice, pretty rooms, one a large
front room; middle room riext to hath;
private home; modern conveniences;
garage privilege; entrance at J140 S. loth
st. Main 7363-W.
FOR RENT—Two nice furnished rooms
in private family; all conveniences. Call
2316 Mil ave., N.JM8-3t
FARM LANDS
'^A?tXrS^A55?^KT£TKET^AEASASrA
For Sale by
INGRAM REALTY COMPANY.
Empire Bids. Phone Main 1197.
_ _ 6-22-tf
A FEW ACRES AND LIBERTY.'
For sale—43 acres 1'4 miles from Mt. Pin
son, on main road; good bouse and
barn; must lie sold at once.
Also eight acres 2\4 miles above Mt.
Pinson on macadamized road; log cabin
and orchard; a bargain. Arthur W.
Brovin, 468 Title Guarantee Bldg. Office
hours 11 a. m. until 3 p. m. 9-16-tit
MISCELLANEOUS
MOVED.
To our lew building, 2304-ti Avenue I).
We are growing some; wateh us grow
some more. Merrell Roofing and Heat
ing Co. Phone Main 142 . 8-18-71
IE CENT A WORD
j RATES—One cent n word n day; no ad.
taken for leMN tliau 25o for first |»*er
♦ »<>n. <m»li mnwi niToinpany order.
t OK SAL.*,
tXtk with alXn jevmisonT'
Bell 100. 6-4-tf
I BUT. sail and exchange real eatata.
J- M. Gibson, 409 Empire Bldg.
12-24-tf
WE buy, sell, rent or exchange real es
tate. E. J. Burns Co.. 406 American
Trust Bldg. Phone 766. lv-4-tf
FOR SALE—One new 1913 Hudson six
c.vlinder, five passenger touring car.
$1800. This ear originally sold for $2500.
Southern Oarage, 1924 Ave F. 8-31-tf
WILL exchange entire subdivision, 63
lots, West Fairfield (Corey) for Bir
mingham property. Call O. F. Hutch
eson. Main 54 J 4. 9-7-tf
WE will build you tx home. Birmingham
Building and imp. Co. 414-15-16 Amer
ican Trust Bldg. 1-16-tf
IF you want oil lands or leases in Caddo
field (7000 acreif). write G. W. Brown,
Jefferson, Tex. 9-4-17t
TOR SALE OR EXCHANGE—Elegant,
modern 8-room South Highland home,
large lot, immediate possession; lots,
acreage or your equity considered. Fall
O. P. Hutcheson, 5414 Main. 9-14-tf
WHITAKER has for sale a piano, prac
tically good as new; sold for $300 cash;
traded in on player; will sell for fion.
2212 6th avenue. 9-18-4t
WANTED—To buy and sell new and
second hand furniture; we pay the
highest prices for household goods,
office' furniture and feathers, or we
will exchange old furniture for new; J
packing done on short notice. Ala
bama Furniture Co., J. A. Keife, man
ager, 2113 3d ave., N., opposite court
house. 6-16-tf-su-thu
WE buy and sell high class securities,
stocks and bonds; outright or on com
mission; finance propositions of merit,
and negotiate mortgage and cqllater&l
loans.
M'DAVID, MEYER. GOLDMAN &
TERRY.
2109 First Avenue.
3-3-su-tu-th-tf
$360 CASH, balnnce $40 per month, buys
a new and strictly modern 8-room
house, well located east of 20th st.; lias
all built-in effects. hardwood floors
throughout, sleeping porch; house faces
east; price only $6500. (.’all for appoint
ment. Denton-Williams Realty Co.,
220 N. 21st st. Main 285.
__ 9-14-3t-su-tu-thi
FOR SALE—A 5-room cottage, with bath,
large front porch, large screened,back
porch, electric lights and gas. good
garden in rear, half block from Idlewild
car line. 1002 Alabama ave. Phone
Main 47^1-J.9-14-3t-eod
FOR SALE.
112 feet front on Hanover Cir
cle which you can divide and
build two houses; will trade this
lot cheap. Come and see me at
once.
V.tB. CURRIE
with
GUS A. POPE, JR.
ONE CENT A WORD
RATES—One cent n woril n day: no ad.
taken for lean than 2fie (or first limer
tion. Cash nrnwt arcompmiy order,
___FOR SALE_
$35 heater; will sell
for $25 cash if taken at once. L. F■
_Kleybeeker, 1919 2d ave. 9-17-31
M ILL trade an unincumbered corner
lot. 50 142 ft., well located in the in
dustrial part of Bessemer, as part pay
ment on well located home on South
Highlands, not ever $6600. What ha . e
you to offer. Denton-Williams Realty
Co., 220 N. 21st st. Main 286.
| ______ 9-14-3t-su-tu-thu
WILL EXCHANGE.
80 acres, fee simple, in Cullman
county, for Birmingham property.
V. B. CURRIE,
with
(St’S A. POPE, JR.
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE.
One corner lot. 75x150 with 10
room residence; one of the pret
tiest places in Birmingham dis
trict.
One new* 7-room bungalow, fur
nace heated, faces east; oak
floors in living and dining room.
One lot 50x150.
One lot 50x125.
One lot 50x135.
Will sell any of the above on
easy terms or will exchange for
other real estate.
We are owners of all the above.
HOPSON-CAIITER REALTY CO..
Phone Main 5301.
9-1S-2t-th-su
WANTED—To sell lease expiring next
April with or without furniture, 2-story,
9-room house on large corner lot; $47.50;
possession at once. 706 S. 20th st. Main
# 3945.____
FOR SALE-South Highland 2-storv
house, lot 50x200; modern; a beautiful
home; price. S7<k*0; terms. L. P. Hill.
1924 4th ave. Phone 4722.
FOR EXCHANGE.
9-room house, sleeping porch, serv
ant's room; modern and up to
date; in best neighborhood on
South Highlands; price, $75on.
Come to see this at once.
V. B. CURRIE,
with
GUS A. POPE. JR.
BARGAIN—Six-cylinder, five-passenger
car. as good as new; will sell cheap
or trade for city property. W. B.
Leed.v R. E. * I. Co. 9-18-31
REGISTERED Duroc Jersey pigs. All
ages. A. C. Cargo, Route 2, Birming
ham. 9-18-71
,tNO BODT8 Little Girl?1 a favor i te
waltz with beautiful words for home
or small gatherings; everyone's
favorite. Pric e 25 cents. E. *i >. Beck
ham. 2215 Gadsden st., Columbia, S. C.
FOR SALE—(.’ash meat market on most
prominent st.. good reason for .selling.
Address P-46, care Age-Herald.
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF PASSENGER TRAINS, BIRMINGHAM
The following schedule figures are published only as information, and are
| not guaranteed.
BIRMINGHAM TERMINAL STATION
Soul hern Hallway
ISO. Arrive irom
11 Atlanta 5 20 am'
12 Greenville 7 :49 pm
15 Columbua 11:30 am
2c Mobile 8 30 pm
23 Jacksonville 12 A5 pm
2K Selma 10 “■'> am
29 New York 4:45 pm
35 New Turk 11 4<> nm
39 Atlanta , In 1 ><» pm
.>o. impart 10—
*11 OtMavIlla 7:00 am
12 Atlanta 12:15 am
15 Columoua 4 :05 pm
19 Mobile 5 45 am
24 Jacksonville 3 55 pm
27 Selma 3 55 pm
40 Atlanta 6:30 am
30 New York 5 50 pm
30 New York 4:;iQ am
Hnet'll A (rewceni Houle
A. U. S. K. K.
Iiso. arrive iron—
1 Cincinnati 10:05 pm
2 New Orleans 6:05 am
A Cincinnati 10:15 am
4 New Orleans 6:00 pm
5 Chattanooga 11 IS am
< 21 Chattanooga W OO pm
T New York 10.20 pm
S Meridian 11 55 am
Meridian 11:35 pm
8 Shreveport 6:20 am
ueparx 10—■
1 Shr’pt 4 N. O. 10:10 pm
2 (Jin. 4 N Y. 6 10 am
3 New Orleans 10:2<*am
4 Cincinnati 6:05 pm
5 Meridian 4:10 pm
0 Chattanooga 4 00 pm
7 New Orleans 10 25 cm
22 Chattanooga 5 05 aiu
11 Shreveport 6 :30 am
8 New York 6:25 am
Prlnco Linen
i>o. Arm# rrom -
103 Kansas Olty 3:60 pm
103 Kansas City 8:15 sm
#23 Winfield 10:15 cm j
921 Memphis 5:40 pm
>0. Iiepart io—
108 Kansas City 11:38 pm
104 Kansas City 10 :38 pm
828 Winfield 4:15 put
J22 Memphis7 00 am
Central of Ga. By. ]
>0. am»« rroin -
1 Savannah 10:10 pm
it lacksouvlll* 12:05 pm
8 Bavannah 11 ;S5 am
>o. Depart to—
2 Macon 7 :00am
10 JackaoiiTiUe 4 :35 pm
4 Savannah3:.1Q pm
BIRMINGHAM_TERMIN' AL STATION
Seaboard Air Line Ry.
No. Arm* from—
f> Washington 10 on pm
11 Washington 12:15 pm
2f> Atlanta 0 30 pin
vo. Depart to—
8 Washington 8 :00 am
| 18 Washington 3 M) pm
i 22 Atlautaft 30 am
Illlnola Ontml Rj.
•\n. Arm# rrom—
9 Chicago 4:15 pm
No. Depart to—
1.10 fi, ■■•nyn 12 t -N pm
LOIISVILLB A \ASHVIKLK STATIOX
I.. A K. H. n.
No. „\rrire from -
1 Cincinnati 8:25 am
3 New Orleans 12 10 pm
8 Cincinnati 8.25 pm
4 New Orleans 8:27 pm
•5 Decatur 7:45 pm
7 Cincinnati 2:50 urn
10 Montgomery 7 :15 pm
12 Montgomery 10 45 am
»i K t 10 ;3Q am
No. Depart to—
1 New Orluana 8:35 am
2 Cincinnati 12 22 pin
3 New Orleans 3-Cpm
*6 Decatur 6:15 am
7 Montgomery C'tH am
8 Cincinnati 12 :<» 1 am
9 Montgomery 6:20 am
11 Montgomery 8:50 pm
M Decat nr4 00 pm
Birmingham Mineral
.\o. Arms irum -
39 Praco 5 ; 1 ft pm
48 Tuscaloosa 11:1ft am
42 Blocton 7 :2ft pm
2ft Anniston 10 40 am
47 Anniston ft :ft0 i>m
102 Tuscaloosa 6:0ft pm
.'o. nrpari 10—
S3 Praco 8:25am
41 Blofion b :S0 am
4i» Blucton 2:4.'i pm
44 An ul at on 3 40 pin
4•* Anniston 8 .30 am
‘■i TuM-al'.i.^aT On am
A., K. A A.
„>o. Arrive irum —
22 Brunswick 11:50 am
25 Talladegatt:3C rm
•>o. Depart to—
24 Bruimwlck 4 00 pm1
Ufl Tallmegn 8:30 am
crania marked thus (•) run dally except Sunday. Other trains run daily. Central time.
___ ______ FOK SALE
THE AUTOMOBILE
EXCHANGE.
Will sell your car. We have listed with
I us bargains in used machines for sale by
owners.
American Roadster, 30 H. P.$ 650
Cadillac, two 1912, tour, elect, starter
and lights, each . 800
Cole, 1912, touring . 900
Cartercar, Roadster, almost new_1,200
Empire Roadster. 25 H. P. 500
Hayes 4 cyl. tour., used as demon
strator . 1,600
Overland. 2 and 4 pass, car, 30 H. P. 250
Oakland, 1913, touring, 5 pass.1.000
Peerless, 7 pass., touring . 500
Pope Hartford, touring, new tires_ S85
Stevens Duryea, touring, 5 pass. 700
Stevens Duryea, touring. 5 pass. 350
Studebaker, 1913, 25 H. f\ 4 pass. 5u0
THE AUTOMOBILE
EXCHANGE
422 S. 20th St. Phone 812 Main.
:9-11-tf
A BARGAIN.
On Avenue 1, between 13th mul 14th
streets, south. Or will exchange.
Price, $4000. See this now.
V. B. CURRIE,
with
GUS A. POPE, JR.
FOR SALE- Restaurant counter, stools
• and other fixtures, very cheap. Apply
212 North 20th st. 9-12-7t
FOR-SALE -First class cafe and res
taurant; best location in thriving
town of Columbus, Miss.; also restau
rant facing the M. and O. depot, pro
vided with both white and colored
departments; price reasonable; will
sell to responsible party part cash
and balance notes. Bell Cafe, Colum
bus, Miss. 9-15-30t
FOR-SALE—Cheap! nice meat market,
on Southside; completely equipped and
doing good business. Reason for sell
ing, owner leaving city. For terms,
address U-46, care Ag^-HeraW. 9-16-3t
FOR SALE.
Corner lot;
Highest point on North
Highlands;
practically level;
eastern exposure;
street improvements in and
paid for.
$2000.
E. J. BURNS CO..
400 American Trust Bldg.
Main 766.
- TRADE.
A large tract of land in 20 miles of
Birmingham to trade for Birming
ham improved property.
V. 73. CURRIE
with
GUS A. POPE, JR.
FOR SALE—One Standard Home con
tract almost ready for loan. Address
AI-40, cars Age-Herald.
FOR SALE
n r>
FIXTURES. ALSO MY HIGH CLASS
STORE FIXTURES; MUST BE SOLD
AT ONCE ON ACCOUNT i)F LEAV
ING THE CITY. ED DU OTTER BAK
ERY. 2630 AVE. F. CORNER 27TH ST.
9-17-10t
WILL TRADE
20 acres, 2% miles this side of Truss
ville.
V. 13. CURRIE,
with
GUS A.' POPE, JR.
f
FOR SALE By owner, just completed, a
beautiful 8-room residence on South
Highlands; everything first class; mod
ern to the minute and complete with oak
floors, mirror doors, linen closet, tile
bath, interior decorations, electric fix
tures, laundry equipment and servant’s
quarters, door and window' screens; also
furnished. This house is complete fn
every detail. Price. $0500; easy terms.
C. H. Glasser, phone Main 3782*1.
i_ 9-16-tf
FOR SALE OR TRADE—$1000 stock~ot
drugs. Address W-4o, care Age-Herald.
_9-16-3t
MODERN, 9-room house, furnace heat
an<K servant's house; one block of
sctiools. Phone H412-J. 2227 7t have.
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WILL TRADE
140 acres, Cep nmple. 2 miles above
Mount Pinson; railroad through
corner of property; creek runs
through place; also has large
spring and ab ut 30 acres in culti
vation. Price. *30 per acre. Will
trade for Birmingham property.
V. B. CURRIE,
with
GUS A. POPE, JR.
FOR SALE—Small architectural Iron
forge works; good business; good
location; substantial reasons for sell
ing. Address S. C. S., 215 S. 9th st.,
Louisville, Ky. 9-1 8-4t
WANTED—HELP
XrT^Alir ba iria^llcensed^^lentTsT,
single man preferred. Address Dr. F.
Ia. Tapia. Mobile, Ala. 153 Dauphin st.
9-17-7t
WANTED—A thoroughly reliable can'dy
maker, one wno can take charge of fac
tory. Apply i » Howard lx>eb Candy
company, Montgomery, Ala. 9-17-3t
WANTED—Sawmill laborers, white;
blacksmith for general repair shop;
white woman help with housekeeping;
woman bookkeeper; man bookkeeper
stenographer; canvassers, solicitors and
collectors; other openings. Room 328,
Chamber Commerce Bldg.
PERSONAL •
LA 1 jTE3^jnKr7ewar37~rpoBUrvetyTru»r'
antce my great successful. “Monthly"
remedy; safely relieves soma of the
longest, most obstinate. abnormal cases
in three to five days; no harm, pain or
Interference with work; mall, 11.30.
Double strength, $2.00. Dr. Southington,
It l<ong Bldg., Kansas City, Mo. fr-M-tf
[ONE CENT A WORD
H %TKS—One cent n word n day; no ad
taken for le»* than 25o for flrat Inner
ti«»n. < awh mini accompany order,
FOR RENT
■■■■K FOR
Five-room, modern apartment on
10th st., N.; large living room,
dining room, butler's pantry,
kitchen, two large bedrooms with
closets, complete tile bath; owner
furnishes refrigerator, gas range,
steam heat and hot water during
the season; these apartments are
up to date and the best class in
houses for rental jn Birmingham;
rental, $46 a month.
“BEST SERVICE”
.1 EMisux real estate & ins. CO.,
211 N. 20th St. Phone 6280.
FINE STAND TO LET
For lease after October 1, the beau
tiful double store (40x100 on alley),
108 and 110 21st street, now and for
years occupied by Warner ice cream,
lunch and confection parlors. Agents
or renters inquire of Mr. Warner on
premises, or phone 1292 Main. 8-15-tf
FOR RENT—The Lyman house, No. 1342
South 19th st.. for one year, from Octo
ber 1, 1913. See W. F. Lyman at the
residence. 9-12-10t
FOR REN*.
Large house on 12th ave.. S., between
15th and 16th sts.; this house has
5 bedrooms and sleeping porch; rent
al J60: it is furnace heated and a
good house in the neighborhood.
"THE BEST SERVICE."
.1 EM ISON REAL ESTATE &
INS. CO.
211 N. 20th St. Phone 5280.
OFFICES for rent, cheap; good location,
modern and well lighted. See Macke.
2119% 1st ave. 9-6-tf.
FOR RENT—550 tier month. 1400 South
21st st.; modern 8-room house, hot
water heat, convenient to cars, churehe <
and schools; only few blocks from Five
Points. Denton-Williams Realty Co
230 N. Sat St. Main 285.
____ 9-14-3t-su-tu-thu
NORTHSIDE HOTEL
FOR RENT.
°4 large rooms on 4th ave., N.,
between 24th anil 25th sts.; this
Is near the Terminal Htation and
a good location for railway men;
It is a money maker for the
right party to run this hotel; rental
510o a month.
"BEST SERVICE."
IE...ISDN REAL ESTATE & INS. CD.,
211 X. 20th St. Phone 5280.
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"LAKEVI Eff APARTMENTS."
Modern conveniences: tw-. bed
rooms, near school, prettily pa
pered. moderate rent. Iutt us show
you this.
CHBSON INS. Si REALTY Co
312 X. 21st St. Phone 2785.
FOR RENT.'
1! E A f TIECL A PA RT M EN T.
terrace coricr.
Sis large, nicely decorated rooms:
second floor, facing 20th st.. 575
per month.
M A IAINE-Mc<'ONXELL C()..
2024 .'Id Ave. Phone 1 238.
9-18-tf
FOR RENT
Six-room bungalow. Northslde, on
lltli ave., between 14th and 15th sts.;
tills bungalow lias three bedrooms:
rental, $3».
"BEST SERVICE."
JEMISON REAR ESTATE & INS. CO„
211 N. 20th St. Phone 528".
* FOR RENT.
8 rooms, all modern conveniences, includ
ing rurnaeo. 924 S. 13th si.. South High
lands; only $42.50; desirable.
7 rooms and bath, partly furnished. 1912
Ave. H.; only $30.
9 rooms, 1818 fith ave.; line locution for
roomerB; price. $50.
Elegantly furnished apartment, 8 rooms.
Cullonr Flats: $100. Second floor now
rented for $75.
J. H. STIREMAN,
N. 21st St.
9-18-2t-th-su
FOR RENT
Six-room home on, 18th st., N..
near 8th ave.: will build brick
house; rental $35: this is close in
to the business district.
"BEST SERVICE.”
JEMISON REAR ESTATE & INS. CO.,
211 N. 20th St. Phone 5280.
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iONE CENT A WORD
I RAT KS—One ffiit a word a day* no ad.
I token for less than 2.V for first fnser
, t Ion ■ I'nsl. nmst aeronipnoy order.
FUR KENT
LARGE SOUTH.SIDE ROOMING
HOUSE FOR RENT.
12 rooms on Ave. G. near 20th st.; tills
house Is being overhauled and put In
first class shape, rooms being repa
pered: rental $70 per month: it is a
money maker; easy to rent rooms In
this -location, as It is within .valuing
distance of the city.
“THE BEST SERVICE."
.1 EM ISON REAL ESTATE A
INS. CO„
211 N. 20th St. Phone 5280.
FOR RENT—Ten rooms and servant's
house. No. 730 18th st., N.: tot'100x105
feet; very conveniently located and ■ in
desirable neighborhood. J. R. Cofcbs,
207-208 Farley Bldg. Phone No. 2254.
- 9-18-tf
FOR RENT—East of 20th st. near High
land ave.; four new houses (never been
occupied), three brick veneer and one
one frame, 8 to 9 rooms; furnace, elec
tric lights, bath, stationary washstand
and hardwood floors; large basements.
Phone Main 42 and make an engage
ment for us to show you property. VV.
B. Leedy Real Estate and insurance
Co. 9-18-(it
1307 S. 17th st. Beautiful home com
plete every way: furnace, hardwood
floors, grates:' elegantly decorated:
perfectly new. Owner, Main 1822-W.
9-18-3t-th-fr-su
MOMEY TO LEND
¥ALK~^ITH^VLXNrjgMT3or<r^~' '
Ground floor Steiner Bldg. 8-6-tf
REAL ESTATE loans to suit you in
amount, terms and Interest; can pay
back monthly or yearly,; will take
second 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 real estate. F. G.
Fonvllle, 531 1st Nat. Bank Bldg. 6-22-tf
VVE negotiate personal loans secured by
acceptable collateral. 936 First Natl.
Bldg. 7-18-tf.
WE loan money on good collateral and
buy mortgage paper or real estate if
offered at attractive prices. Helena
Land Company, 201 Brown-Marx.
8-27-tf
1 NEGOTIATE loans and sell real es
state. Jerome Tucker, 2/7 21:.: st.
12-17-tf ex sun
EASTERN MONEY loaned on real
estate security in sums of $1000 and up
at 5 per cent simple interest anywhere
in the U. S. Will furnish funds to buy
home outright. Easy terms, long time.
M. Y. Reclaw, S. S. A., 1201 First Na
tional Bank Building, Nashville, Tenn.
_ 8-31-30t
$1500 to loan on first mortgage to prin
* ipa-fs only. J- H. B.» Box 9-i7-2t
FIRST MORTGAGE LOANS
Negotiated on city business and city and
suburban residence property. Low rates
and prompt attention; purchase money
notes bought.
JEMISON REAL ESTATE & INS. CO..
211 North 20th Street.
3-23-tf-su-tu-thu.
MORTGAGE loans on city and suburban
property. Ed S. Moore, 1116 Brown
Marx. 2-16-su-tu-thu-tf
WE* HAVE < L l ENTS DESIRING T'
MAKE LOANS IN 'AMOUNTS $2000
$3000. $4000. $5000 , 3 AND 8 PER CENT
PROMPT ATTENTION TO APPL1CA
TIONS. JEMISON REAL ESTATE
AND INSURANCE CO.. 20TH ST..
GROUND FLOOR FIRST NATIONAL
BANK BLDG. , 5-18-su-tu-thu-tl
MONEY To LEND—We are prepared t »
make quick loans at very low rates of
Interest on improved business and resi
dence property in Birmingham or i *
sirable suburbs; rate of interest gov
erned by location ana valuation of prop
erty; no red tape; no delay. \V. H.
Leedy Real Estate and Insurance Co..
112 N. 21st street 9-lR-5t
NOTICE—We have f«.i a client $15,000 to
invest in good interest bearing real es
tate In the city of Birmingham, Ala.
BLACK BELT LAND COMPANY.
410 American Trust Bklg. Phone Main
8080.
SEVERAL thousand dollars to loan on
improved Birmingham property;
amounts $500 up. J. W. Dukes, 425 Wood
ward Bldg. Phone 6100.
9-18-3t-th-fr-8u
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KODAKS
FfLMsTdeveToped. ~10c per roll. Prints. „>
and 46 each Prompt attention and
work the best Pcvell Co.
BLANK BOOKS, LOOSE
LEAF SYSTEMS, TYPE
WRITER SUPPLIES,
OFFICE EQUIPMENT,
SAFE - CABINETS
•*\ll Steel” File*—Beat «n Farth
ROBERTS & SON (Inc.)
-thf; big Ai.tnui.t house"
1812 3rd Ave
Plione Vain 84HI
FOR SALE
•(3000.00—5 acres fee Simple; fronts
Columbiana road, and within two
blocks of Edgewood car.
“(250.00 per acre; fee simple; 44 acres;
well located In Shades valley. Min
eral alone worth the money.
(100.00 per foot; 100x190 feet; Avenue
E, between 18t.h and 19th streets.
Good terms. Buy while Its cheap.
(10,000.00—Modern in every detail;
17th avenue, south, and east of 20th
street. Will make good terms.
W. L. BEASLEY
Main 558 2028 1st Ave.
AUCTION SALE OF
HORSES AN!) MULES
We will have the follow
. ing list to offer at our
sale next
THURSDAY,
SEPTEMBER 18TH
25 liead of nice young,
cotton mules; 25 head of
good second hand work
mules; 25 head of young
mares (all classes); 25
head of young horses
(saddle and driving).
AYe will also have the
usual run of second hand
buggies and wagons.
Sale begins promptly at
10:30 a.m..
FI MS it SONS
2nd Avenue and 10th Street
Homes For Sale
$4250—Norwood bungalow, 6 rooms,
modern, $500 cash.
$4500 — South Highland bungalow,
choice location, modern, $1500 cash.
$1200k—South Highland bungalow,
choice location. $350 cash, modern.
$5500—7-room. 2-story home, block
and a. half east of Five Points, mod*
_ern, easy terms.
$7500—Norwood brick, modern, choice
location, $750 cash.
$3150—Norwood, vacant lot. choicest
lot in Norwood proper, paved street,
faces east, less than half block of
car, half cash.
11200—Knd of Norwood car, vacant
lot. 50x140, fronts boulevard.
$13.000—10-room colonial. South High
lands. near Phoenix club, 2 baths,
modern.
$1)000—South Highland home, nearly
new. 8 spacious rooms. Reduced from
$1 2,500. Fine location, modern, terms.
$5750—La’lceview district, one of tin
best residence sections of South High
lands, 7 rooms. 2 stories, brand new.
modern. Terms.
For homes or investments, ask
Rufus A. Russell
W ith
MI\(iE MORTG \ GE A REALTY CO.
-113 First \vc.
For Sale
By owner; modern 9-room
house in best part of Norwood.
A bargain; easy terms.
C. M. WRIGHT
2008 3rd Avenue
Phone 9186 Main
AUCTION SALE
We will have for our next
Auction Sale Friday, Sept.
19, the following:
50 FRESH HORSES.
30 FRESH MULES.
25 ('UNSIGNED HORSES.
l(i CONSIGNED MULES.
(i BUGGIES.
5 WAGONS.
In addition to tin* above
will have the regular
amount of second hand
city horses and mules. If
you need live stock attend
this sale.
MAXWELL & CROUCH
MULE CO.
$2000
to Loan. Money is ready. Quick
action.
ED S. MOORE
Phone 178 Main. '
Brown-Marx Bldg.
*
OUR CERTIFICATES famish*
safe, profitable and convenient invest
ment. Bucked by first mortfsiee and
free from taxea and worry. If 6ft and
absolute safety appeal# to you, write
for literature. SECURITY SAVINGS sad
LOAN CO., BIRMINGHAM, ALA.
.
FOR RENT—A FEW
Choice Offices
In the Empire and Chamber of Commerce
buildings.
The Empire has southern and eastern ex
posures, hot and cold water and roomy eleva
tors.
The Chamber of Commerce is favored by
those who keep in touch with the trade of Bir
mingham. See us at once.
JEMISON
211-N.20™ ST. GROUND FLOOR FIRST NATL.BANK WM21W.'
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