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TO LEND
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Home building &
Loan Association
. ;las a quarter of a million dollars to lend at once for building homes and
for taxing up mortgages on improved property in the Birmingham district.
OFFICE 202« FIRST AVENUE
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ONE CENT A WORD
RATES—Onr cent n wonl « dny; no ml.
tiiken for Ichh (linn 25c for first I user
tl«»n. CmsIi mii«( nmnmi;! n> order.
___ W AN 1LD
SHAVING—10c at 1921 4th ave. 8-18-tf
WE sharpen safety razor blades better
than new, 25c dozen; send them
parcel post. Robert Prowell Stove C».,
Birmingham, Ala. 4-9-tf
\VANT to leuse or sublease 9 or 10-room
house near Five Points, or as conveni
ently located on South Highlands.
Phone Main 1825. 10-17-7t
gLOck s dry-cleaning CO.
Cleaning, pressing, repairing, altering,
hats renovated and blocked
1713 3d Ave. Phone Main 2372.
1-8-tf-wo-th-fr-mo
WANTED—Purty to take contract to op
erate mine and load coal on railroad
cars. Must have some capital that lie
may finance himself for 30 days. Ad
dress 0-58, care Age-Herald. 10-22-5t
M ANTED-—1 wish to rent a well fur
nished house, all modern convenieces;
convenient to car line. References.
Call Main 6850. 10-22-2t
,W AN TED—To know if you have trieu
Rilox, the tasteless castor oil, the
one the doctors always recommend
because it is tasteless and effective.
_ 8-3o-3m-su-tu-th
FALL PLANTING BULBS
To secure early Winter and Spring
Powers many bulbs should be
planted this month. I offer only
the choicest stock us follows:
Dutch Hyacinths, single and dou
ble, assorted colors, do*., 50c. Ho
man Hyacinths, early white, do*.,
50c; Narcissus, paper white, dozers
i.’5o; Narcissus Trumpet Major (yel
low), dozen, 25c; Tulips—Single
mixed, dozen, lec; Tulips, double
mixed, dozen, 15c; Tulips, named
varieties, 30c and 35c per dozen;
Freesias (to plant in pots) dozen,
15c; Chinese sacred lilies (large
bulbs), 10c, 3 for 25c. For a com
plete list of other bulbs with cul
tural directions of al» bulbs, ask
or write for my new fall catalog.
JOHN L. PARKER,
Druggist, Florist and Seedsman,
Woodward Bldg.
10-7-eod-tf
BE a barber; few weeks comfcletes^by
our methods. Earn while learning;
tools furnished; jobs waiting; big
wages. Write for catalog. Moler Bar
ber College, Atlanta, Ga. 10-15- 171
WANTED—Railway mail and customs In- j
ternal revenue clerks; $l«oo yearly; I
conducted examinations; can help you
pass; trial examination free. Write oz
nunt, 20-D, St. Louis. 10-19-llt
"WANTED—At once. 2 or 3 good inside j
wiremen. Walker-Mlddlebrooks Co.. 313;
N. 10th st., Birmingham, Ala. 10-23-3t
_WAITED—FKMALK HELP
WANTED—A good wet nurse. Apply in
person, 1108 lroiuois st. 10-21-41
JUST RECEIVED, ONE REMNANT LOT
OF HIGH GRADE LADIES’ SAMPLE!
SUITS, ALL THE NEW CLOTHS. ALL I
I
HAND TAILORED, ALL THE l.AT- !
EST MODELS AND ALL COLORS.
THESE SUITS ARE SKL1NC3 WHOLE
SALE FROM $27.50 UP TO $:». WE
ARE GOING TO GIVE THEM AWAY
FOR $11.50 AND $12.05. DON’T LOSE!
NO TIME, BUT RUSH FOR THEM AT j
THE REMNANT STORE, 2017 2D AVE. J
Lasted—Experienced colored woman
or girl to cook and assist in house
work, S2jf Tuscaloosa ave., West End.
10-22-2t
WANTED—HELP
'W A XT ED—' Capable men ami women on a I
liberal commission to sell underwear,
hosiery and sweaters of high class, di
rect to the wearer. Apply or write Mr.
A. H. Putnam, 18 W. Peachtree st., At
lanta. Ga. 10-7-Gt-tu-thu
TKl.EUHAl'll V.'
Learn Telegraphy—positions open; easy
work; short hours; good pay; operators
of years’ experience and unquestioned [
ability instructing; reference, railw ay j
. officials; day and night classes. Bir- '
mingham Telegraph College, Watts
Bid . 10-19-7t-eod i
WAN ED^Registered druggist for Geor
gia: working foreman, laundry; printer j
who wishes learn linotype; jeweler and !
engraver; block setter and ox driver, j
Room 62G Chamber Commerce Bldg.
WANTED^-Experienced bookkeeper and |
voucher clerk; give age, experience, ref- ■
erences, salary expected. Address M-58, !
care Age-Herald.
WANTED—Canvassers for live proposi-i
tion, $5 easily made. Apply N. J. John- i
»i»n. Room 14. 307H X. 20th st. I
KOO.WS—WANTED—BOARD
WANTED—Live agents In every town
in the south to introduce our line
of Hydnan toilet goods; big commis
sion and exclusive territory to live
agents. Patton-Pope Drug Co., Bir j
mingbam. Ala. 10-19-tu-th-su-lmo |
!J0l’NG lady. employed, wan;« room and
meals in private family; references ex
changed. Address K-58, care Age-Her
aid.
_ _KODAKS__
ftLMSmieveloped, 10c ^er'rotf Prints 3c
and 4c each. Prompt attention and
work tbe beet. J Covell Co. 6-21-tf
V
ONE CENE A WORD
HATES—One cent a wonl a days no ail.
tnkcn for less than 25c for first Inwer
- n, t'nwlt iimsl 111'coinpnny order.
s_
^ Position by registered phar
macist, more than 3 years’ experience,
manager of prescription department
part of time; can furnish reference from
reliable firms. Address H. M., 523 N.
23d street. Birmingham. 10-22-3t
WANTED—Experienced young lady sten
ographer wants position. Address F-5.X,
care Ago-Herald. 10-22-3t
WANTED—Young lady of 22 would like to
become companion for elderly person,
or care for Invalid; has about two years’
experience in hospital training, some
knowledge of music and neat appear
ance. Address E-58, care Age-Ilerald.
___ 10-22-31
BY A-l bookkeeper, five years’ experi
ence as head bookkeeper and cashier
with large manufacturing corporation;
am also first class stenographer; best
reference. Address C-58, care Age-Her
ald. l0-22-2t
WANTED—Position by young iady as
piano player; have had experience in
moving picture and vaudeville; can fur
nish good reference. Address H. V..
2220 5th ave., city. 10-22-2t
WANTED—Circular work~ envelope ad
dressing or any kind of Monographic
work to do at home. Call Miss Bell,
Main 2702. 10-22-2t
WANTED—Position by young man, age
19, have had some experience in stenog
raphy and bookkeeping, but will con
sider any kind of position. Please call
2219-J. 10-23-2t
\\ AN I ED—Position by a married man,
baker, with 10 years' experience on bread
and cakes; can furnish good references;
must have work at once. H-58. Age
Herald. 10-23-2t
WANTED—Place in grocery store as
clerk, or would drive bread or laundry
wagon. Address J-58, care Age-Herahl.
___ 10-23-iit
STENOGRAPHER and typewriter, boy
16, wants position where lie will get
plenty of practice; wages no object.
Call Main 2348-W. 10-23-:?t
YOUNG man. 15 years’ experience, suc
cessfully managing men. for satisfac
tory reason wishes to change work
that has been paying $1200 salary; good
education, sober, energetic, efficient;
references. Address L-58, care Age
Herald._ 10-23-31
foITrent ^
F^^^'^^^^uorner^o^Flces'^^Je^femon
Bank Bldg., suitable for lumber, in
surance or real estate business; in
vestigate. B-58, care Age-Herald.
10-21-3t-tu-th-sn !
FOR RENT—Two choice 4-room cottages,
one 6-room cottage, moderate rent. H. ]
D. Smith, 206 Hood Bldg. 10-21-41 !
--—- - i
FOR RENT—6-room bungalow, almost
new; modern; with furnace and grate; ]
no children; 1437 X. 20th St.; $35.00; cojpe 1
see it. 10-21 -4t j
LAWYER wants man to share suite of
offices with him in Jefferson Rank
Bldg. Investigate tlPs; rent will not
cost much. Main 1164.
10-21-3t-tu-th-BU
FOR RENT—Nicely furnished room, fur
nace heated, next to bath room: near
Fniverslty club. Gentlemen only. Ref
erences. Moderate rent. Main 5615-W.
_-L___
FOR RENT* Thoroughly modem apart
ment on South Highlands. This apart
pient is steam heated and is located In
one of the best parts of tlie city; pos
session given November 1. \V. B. Leeriy
K. E. & I. Co. 10-23-3L
FOR RENT—8-rOom house, all modern
conveniences, including furnace. 924 13tli
st.. South Highlands; desirable. J. H.
Stillman. llOVj. 21st st. ln-23-3t-thu-su-tn
_ WAN^JJ^^JAKJJEK8
KENNY HOUSE—Room and board, $5.50
week. 2217 4tli ave. 10-14-10t
THREE beautiful rooms, with breakfast
and dinner, reasonable price and de
sirable location. Phone 7625-J. 10-19-10t
BOARDERS at Five Points; convenient
to three car lines. Phono Main 2366-W.
10-21-6t
i* i it in i s t i hi 1 j rooms, rurnace neat, anti
meals, with all modern conveniences,
for gentlemen or couples, or working
ladies, for $5.50 week, in a desirable
location. Phone 8614-J. 926 13th st., S.
_ l“0-23-2t-eod
LAUGH front room with "first class
hoard, steam heat. convenient to
three car lines and Five Points. Main
6767-J. 10-19-ot-su-tu-th
FOR LAWNS
Use Parker’s evergreen mixed
lawn grass seed; this is properly
mixed tor this section, producing
a beautiful greensward during the
winter and spring; l lb. sows a
space 10x80 feet (or 300 feet square);
price, 25c per ib.; 5u lbs. and over,
at 20c per M>. My special lawn
fertilizer gives the best results.
JOHN L. PARKER,
Druggist, Florist and Seedsman,
Woodward Bldg.
10-7-eod-tf
LOoi, i>iiUUIIK UK .NjUKh.N
LOST—Scotch Collie; answers to name of
Bob. Return to the Harris Transfer
Co., Chamber of Commerce. 10-22-tf
BIRD DOG STOLEN—One lemon and
white setter dog, 6 years old, medium J
size; one liver and white, large pointer ,
dog, bog tail, whe cut in flank; lib
eral reward for either or both dogs; *
$50 reward for arrest and <?onv ction of
the thief; stolen in early part of Sep
tember. M. W. Parsons, County Court
house. Phone Main 2989 or 3075.
10-23-3t
LOST—Fur for neck, on the 11 o'clock
Norwood earr Monday. 20th, The finder
please return to 1106 Slat at., north and
get reward,
/ \ _ ’ . ; \ a;i;
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I
RATES—One cent a word a day* no ad.
tukeu for Icnn than 2ftc for flrnt Inner
11 n <>»'» ntuot nrf«nnmny order.
LOK SALE '
¥ALTTvc^iTAtA?nri^figo??:
Bell 100. 6-4-tf
REAL ESTATE. sales, exchanges,
loans on commission. J. M. Gibson.
409 Empire Bldg. 12-J4-tf
WE buy, sell, rent or exchange real es
tate. E. J. Burns Co. 406 American
Trust Bldg. Phone 766. 10-4-tf
WANTED—To buy and sell new and
second hand furniture; we pay the
highest prices for household goods,
office furniture ancj feathers, or we
will exchange old furniture for new;
packing done on short notice. Ala
bama Furniture Co.. J. A. Keife, man
ager, 2113 3d ave., N., opposite court
house. 6-16*lf-su-thu
0
___•
FOR SALE—Beautiful suburban property
tracts, and prices to suit; offered at
sacrifice; statiorft, good roads. Apply
after 2 p, m„ .821 American Bldg., or
write owner. Box 845.
FOR SALE—Motorcycle, in good conril
tion: will sell at a bargain. W. R.. care
Age-Herald. 10-23-2t-thu-su
FOR SALE—COMPLETE MEAT MAR
KET OUTFIT AT A BARGAIN.
RHONE MAIN 3523. _ 10-23-3t
TWO wall cases, good condition; will sell
cheap. Call at 313 N. 19th st. l0-23-3t
•••••••••••••••••••••••a•••••••••••«••••••••••••••••«
ONE CENT A WORD
RATES—One cent a word a day; no ad.
taken fur len« tlmn 2Re for first luaer
tl- w. Cnnh nrnnt m-eompnny order.
FOK sale _____
F^5r'w1?ALJ2—No. 10 Remlngtorr^type
writer in splendid condition. rare
bargain If sold immediately. Apply
Massey Business college. 10-6-tf
[LADIES’ AND MISSES’ COATS ARE
SELLING FAST. WHY NOT, WHEN
WE ARE SELLING $25 AND $35 COATS
FOR $9.95? COME AND LOOK AT
THEM AT THE REMNANT STORE,
2017 2D AVE.
FOR SALE.
Good 5-room bungalow, new; lot
50x170, facing south; this Is a bar
gain. Price, $2100.
BETHEA R. E. & INS. CO.,
2027 3rd Ave. Phone 116.
FARMS FOR SALE~$2200 buys 160 acres,
two good houses and barns, 50 acres
creek bottom; 76 acres open, $425, two
acres and 6-room house. Write J. H.
Miers, Route 3, Ohatchie. 10-22-3t
WANT to trade a bakery doing good
business for house and lot or lots. 0-58,
Age-Herald. 10-23-3t
AltRIVA1, AND DEPARTURE OF PASSENGER TRAINS, BIRMINGHAM
The following schedule figures are published onlv as Information, and are
not guaranteed.
Blil.HIfrUHAM TKHM1K Al, STATION
Soul hern Hallway
NO. Arm# irom—
11 Atlanta 5 .20 am
12 Gre#nrtll# ? :40 pm
15 Coluinbu# 11:30 am
20 Mobil# 8 :30 pm
13 .lacksonvtll# 12:25 pm
38 Selma 10:25 am
29 N#w Tork 4:45 pm
15 New York 11:40 urn
19 10:u* pni
no. uepart to—
11 Greenville 7 40 am
12 Atlauta 12:19 am
15 Lolumoua 4:05 pm
19 Mobile 6 :45 am
24 Jarkaonrllla 8:56 pm
27 SelmA 8:45 pm
44 Atlanta 6:30 am
30 New York 6:59 pm
3Q New York9 ;3Q am
Uueeit A Crescent Route
A. G. S. R. R.
i>o. Arrive hub—
1 Cincinnati 10:05 pm
2 New Orleans 0:05 am
8 Cincinnati 10:15 am
4 New Orleans 6:00 pm
5 Chattanooga 11:38 am
II Chattanooga 9:00 did
— ■ _I
ins part to—
1 Shr'pt ft N. O. 10:18 pm
* ( in. ft N. Y. 8:10 nm
3 New Orleauf 10:20 am
4 Cincinnati 8:05 pm
5 Meridian 4:10 pm
8 Chattanooga 4.00 pm
7 New Orleans 10:25 j.m
22 Chattanooga 5:02 am
11 Shreveport 5:80 am
8 New \orH 6 25 am
friaco JLiuea !
j'o. Arrive rro*—
JOS Kamaa <Jity 3:60 pm
103 K uniat Cltf 0 :13 am
0116 Winfield 10:13 am
Ml Memphlt 3:40 pin
•>o. Depart to—
|06 Kanaas city 11:30 pm
104 Kanaaa City 10:30 pm
926 Winfield 4:15 pm
1122 MrniPhla7 :uo »a
Central <>( Ua. Itr.
jNo. Arm* from —
1 Savannah 10:19 pro
0 Jacksonville 12:03 pm
9 Savannah 11:35 ain
No. Depart to—
2 Macon 7:00 am1
10 -Tackaonville 4:35 pm
4 Savannah 3:50 m
BIRMINGHAM TERMINAL STATION
Sealioaril Air Line Rjr,
No. Arrlro from—
* Now York 10:00 pm
11 Now York 12:l«pm
MAtUou 0:30 pm
No. Depart to—
6 New York 8:00 am
12 New York 8:00 pm
22 Atlanta8:30 am
IIIIuuIm Central Hj.
•>o. Arrjr* rrotu—
9 Chicago1:15 pm I
No. Deport to—
10 Chicago12:13 pm
LOUSVtUE 4k MASHV1LLE STATION
L,. St X. R, R.
in*. arrive iron—
1 Cincinnati 8:13 an
I New Orleans 12:10 pm
S Cincinnati 3:2ft pru
4 New Orleans 8:37 pm
•6 Decatur 7 :4ft pm
7 Cincinnati 2 :50 mn
10 Montgomery 7:15 pm
12 Montgomery 19:45 am
UK iw.mr 10:80 am
No. Depart to—
1 New Orleans 8:33 an
2 riuclnuau 12:22 pm
3 New Orleans 3:40 pm
•6 I»eeatur tf :16 am
7 Montgomery 4:03 am
8 t luclmiatl 12:01 aru
9 Montgomery <1:20 am
11 Montgomery 8:60 pm
14 Devatur4 :u> pm
Hlrmluiliam Mineral
Ao. Arri»o irooi—
89 Praro 5:15 pm
4K Tuscaloosa 11:15 am
42 Blcctou 7 :25 pm
25 Anniston 16:46 am
47 Anniston 0:50 pm
102 Tuscaloosa 6:05 pm
*>o. Depart to—
33 rraco l :2Un
41 Blocton 6:30 am
40 Bloctoo 1:4A pm
44 Anniston 8:40 pm
40 A~«istoo 1:30 am
101 lusts loons_7|0o am
A., H. A A.
jno. itnn iron
2P> Manchester 11:30 ora
2f» Kuiiwhe ti :M pin
fto. Depart to—
24 Manchester 8:00 an>
20 Roanoke 4 :30 dim
irauia maned thus (•) run dally except Sunday Other trains run daily • -„.ra| ,w
FOR SALE
FOR SALE—150 choice southern farms
cheap; good lands, line climate, healthy,
white community. For list, address C.
C. Brown, Ft. Payne, Ala. 10-12-tf.
FOR SALE.
One of the prettiest bungalows in
West End, on high lot, 50x140. fac
ing east; lias G large roojns. almost
new; best value out there today;
terms. toQQ cash, balance like rent;
price. $2000.
BETHEA R. E. & INS. CO„
2027 3rd Ave. Phone, lid.
WE will build, you a honif. Birmingham
Building and imp. Co.. 414-16-1G
American Trust Bldg. 1-lG-tf
I

WED DING FLO W’KRS.
We specialize in wedding flowers
and wedding decorations. No mat
ter how small the order It gets our
“Bj ST .SERVICE.”
We are prepared to handle the
most elaborate weddings and dec
orations. We employ an expert
who gives this his undivided at
tention. Phone ns or call in and
we will cheerfully furnish esti
mates.
JOHN L. PARKER.
Druggist, Florist and Seedsman,
Woodward Bldg. #
' 10-7-eod-tf
WE buy and sell high class securities,
stocks and bonds; outright or on com
mission: tlnance propositions of merit
and negotiate mortgage and collateral
leans.
M'DAVID, MEYER, GOLDMAN &
TERRY, •
2109 First Avenue.
3-3-su-tu-th-tf
LADIES AND MEN—DO YOU NEED
ANY SHOES FOR YOURSELF OR FOR
YOUR FAMILY? WHY NOT SEE US?
ALL SOLID LEATHER LADIES’ *1
%
SHOES FOR *2.45; MEN’S WELTED *5
SHOES. ALL SOLID LEATHER, BUT
TON OR LACE. FOR *2.93; BOYS' AND
GIRLS’ SHOES, FROM THREE TO
SIX MONTHS’ WEAR, THEY RETAIL
*2.98, FOR *1.98. RUSH FOR THEM
TO THE REMNANT STORE, 2017 2D
AVE.
CALHOUN COUNTY FARM.
We can trade you 160. 80, 90, 40 or 17
acres Improved farm located near
OhatOhie, In Calhoun county, for
Ensley. Birmingham or East Lake
resident property, See photo* and
descriptions of these places In our
office.
INGRAM REALTY CO.,
Rhone 1197. 1310 Empire Bldg,
_ MOiNEV TO Ll&MJ
TALK WITH ALAN JEMISONr~
Ground floor Steiner Bldg. 8-6-tf
WE loan money on good collateral and
buy mortgage paper or real estate If
offered at attractive prices. Helena
Land Company, 201 Orown-Marx.
_ __ 8-27-tf
HEAL ESTATE loans to suit you in
amount, terms and Interest; can pay
back monthly or yearly; will take
second mortgage. John W. Prude, ;
106 N. 22d st. Bell phone 240.
_ 10-16-tf
MONEY—We have made new connec
tions with a company In the $100,000,00(1
class; 11 you need money on high class
business property at very low rate In
terest, come to see us. Phone 6971, 332
Hood bldg. D. E. Alien. lC-lS-St
I NEGOTIATE loans and sell real es
tate. Jerome Tucker, 207 21st st.
12-17-tf-ex sun
$600, $9of>, $1200 to loan lor clients on im
proverl Birmingham real estate; prompt
attention. H. D. Smith, 206 Hood Bldg.
___10-21—It
MONEY 'Fo LEND on real estate
amounts and time to suit- Leouard-Wil
liams Co., 725 Woodward Bldg. 10-22-tf
WE HAVETcLiENTS DESIRINv. re
MAKE LOANS IN AMOUNTS J2000.
fJfiJ'J. 14000. J5000, 0 AND 8 PER CENT.
PROMPT ATTENTION TO APPLICA
TIONS. JEMISON REAL ESTATE
AND INSURANCE CO.. 20TH ST.,
GROUND FLOOR FIRST NATIONAL
BANK BLDG. E-18-.u-tu-thu-tf
‘ '. first "mortgage “Loans
Negotiated on city business and city and
suburban residence property. Low rates
and prompt attention; purchase money
notes bought.
JEM ISON REAL ESTATE & INS. CO.,
211 North 20tli Street.
3-23-tf-su-tu-thu
MORTGAGE loans on city and suburban
property. Ed S. Moore, 1116 Bsown
Mnrx. 2-lfi-su-tu-thu-tf
BUSINESS CHANCES
lease, near courthouse in brick build
ing; everything first class; consist
ing of two chairs, one three-chair
fixture, bath tub, one double floor
lavatory, one wall lavatory, one small
hot water heater, chairs, etc.; shop
• now running; good* business trade;
we furnish everything for $20 per
month; good opening for right party
at a bargain and terms. Phone 182
Cuilman, Ala., John J. Buchanan.
__10-15-71
WANTED-Party with from $5000 to $10,000
to join the writer In the development
of the most unique and promising lit
tle coal mining proposition in the state.
If interested the advertiser will con
vince you in 10 minutes of the possi
bilities of the proposition. Address P-5S,
care Age-Herald. 10-22-51
INVESTMENT OPPORTINITY-Estub
lished manufacturing plant will aril
35000 10 per cent preferred stock. Ad
dress P. O. Bo» 23. city.10-22-2t
k AKM LANDS
» ARMS anywhere lN'ALABAalA~
For Bala by
INGRAM REALTY COMPANY.
Empire Bldg. Phona Main lit?.
_ 6-312-tf
FOR SALE—100 acres, long leaf pine, fee
simple, 35 miles of Birmingham, 2H
miles of station; price, 36 per acre; 75
acres good farm land. L. P. Hill, 1924
4th ave. Phone 4722.
ONE CENT A WORD
RATES—One cent n word ■ days no ad.
fnkeu for lea* than 23o for flrnt Inner
tl«n. ('nwh mu*f nocompwiiy order.
FOK HfiiNX—ROOMS
iy furnished rooms from 25c up. 9-2o-30t
THE AVALON—All outside rooms, fur- 1
nace heat; modern conveniences,
moderate price; bath free. 2100 5th
ave-_5-25-tf
NICELY furnished upstairs room; heated
bath room; hot baths at all hours. 2212
X. 4th ave. 10-13-tf
ELEGANTLY furnished front room, three
gentlemen or couple, South Highlands.
J801 11th ave., S. 10-13-7t
AT the Birmingham hotel, with steam
heat, electric lights, telephones, and all
hotel service. Kates, with privilege of
bath, $4 and 15.25 a week; with private1
bath, 17 a week. 9 10-19-tf
FURNISHED ROOMS—Everything,. newr, |
four car lines, opposite East Park; bath,
electric lights, phone. 622 North 24th
street. 10-19-7t
FURNISHED rooms, steam beat, with
all modern conveniences, for gentle
men. 505 N. 17th st., Apt. 1. 10-19-7:
FOR RENT—Two furnished rooms for
light housekeeping. Inquire 2114 6th
ave. , _ lo-22-3t
FOR RENT—Nice room for gentlemen,
brick house, steam heat, shower bath,
hot and cold water, etc. Apply 604 N.
20th st., or Main 7360-J. 10-22-5t
TWO furnished rooms for light house
keeping. Phone and all modern conven
iences; 2lst st., nead 4th ave. Phone
Main 1341. 10-22-21
SUITE of rooms with private bath. 1213 !
20th st.. south. Main 6114 W. 9-7-eod-tf
DESIRABLE furnished front room, new
house, modern conveniences for gentle
men or couple; block Highland ave.
cars; private family; good board If de
sired; references. Phone 4736-VV.
10-19-3t-su-tu-thu
SPECIAL FLORAL EMBLEMS
When occasions demand, I wish to
call attention to all fraternal or
ganizations and church societies
that they can be furnished at my
Floral Dept., with special designs
of their particular ord^r with the
most artistic and choicest flowers.
Our prices are most reasonable.
JOHN Xj. PARKER,
Druggist, Florist and Seedsman,
Woodward Bldg.
10-7-eod-tf
FURNISHED moms and excellent table
board at 3407 31th ave., 8.; convenient
to three car lines. Phone Main 2676.
10-23-4t
, I
FOR RENT—Housekeeping rooms, fur
nished and unfurnished. 1920 8th ave.
__10-23-21
FURNISHED room for one person, pri
vate family, 16th ave., south, one block
15th st. cars; sleeping porch adjoining
may be had If desired. Telephone Main
4$Mjh\V. . 10-23-3t
FOR RENT—Three connecting rooms
first floor, furnace heat, newly furnished
throughout, for light housekeeping;
party leaving town. Call at 609 W. 25th
street.
COMFORTABLE room and good board
for desirable ypung men or business
women at 809 S. 20th et.; steam heat,
convenient to car and within walking
distance of business section. Phone
Main 7684-W. 10-23-4t
LADIES, ARE YOU OUT TQ BUY A
HAT? COME AND SEE OURS. WE
POSITIVELY SELL YOU AN $8 HAT
FOR |3.95. WHY NOT BUY ONE
FROM THE REMNANT STORE, 2017
2D AVE?
^^UKKSONAL^^
antee my great successful •‘MonUily’1
remedy; safely relieves some of the
longest, most obstinate, abnormal cases
In three to five days; no harm, pain or
Interference with work; mall, $1.60.
Double strength, $2.00. Dr. Southington,
88 Long Bldg., Kansas City, Mo. 6-24-tf
FRED H. RUBED, D~Ci
1S23V6 Fourth Ave.
If you are sick and have tried every
thing else without satisfactory results,
why not try Chiropractic adjustments1
and get well? In adjusting for lost mus
cular power, anaemia, constipation, dia
betes, dyspepsia, excess of fat,, lesion of
joints, kidney and liver disease, neuritis,
neuralgia, neurasthenia, paralysis, rheu
matism in any form, sciatica and pelvic
diseases of women, our special facilities
enable us In many Instances to effect re
sults otherwise unobtainable.
WANJfED—SALESMEN
SALESMAN WANTED—I want several
men with selling ability, men who can
furnish reference, and wish to better
their position; if you have the ability.
I have the goods; either salary or com
mission; call mornings from 8 to 12.
Room 300, Alabama State Land Bldg.,
E. J. Calahan.
MISCELLANEOUS
ham Dental College; Avenue F and 20th
street. 3-30-tu-th-su-tf
For Sale
By owners, modern
9-room house in Nor
wood.
C. M. and S. E. Wright
For prices, etc., see
C. M. WRIGHT
2008 3d Ave. Main 9186
SAVE BY THE MONTH
THE BEST WAY
Take some of our Sav
ings Stock, payable 50
cents a share a month.
You have a surplus
fund before you know
it. Withdrawals at any
time.
8 PER CENT
INTEREST
Jefferson County
Building & Loan
Association
113 N, 2Ut St. lllrmlughani, Ain.
i
. ■
tvery (.vuinati
Is Interested and should
know about tho wonderful
Marvel 5!? iriias Spray i
Douche
Aak your druggist for \
It. If he cannot aup
ply the MARVKL,
accept no other, but
acnd stamp for book.
Marvel to.. 44 t. 23d Si., N. Y.
I
BI?m | noha m* *££1' ‘"m*iEn‘'ey £!ore hlort..
tlirminBriam btor*. Madison s Pharmacy; Pratt C«l>
btarc. Phillips-Patterson Drug Company. ^
LEGAL NOTICES
Chert Wanted
Scaled proposals will be received
Monday, October 27, 1913, by the board
of revenue and road commissioners of
Mobile county, Mobile, Ala., for fur
nishing 10,000 tons of chert f. o.b. point
of shipment.
Specifications and blank forms of pro
posal can be secured from county en
gineer, Bank of Mobile building, Mo
bile, Ala.
Certified check for ?10() must ac
company each bid. 10-22-5t
>OTin: T'» CON Til At Tons
Sealed proposals will be received by
the undersigned until 3 o’clock p. ni..
Tuesday, Oct. 28, 1913, for the crnstruc?
tlon of certain grading, macadamizing,
curl) and gutter and sidewalk paving
under Imp. Ord. No. 78ft-C; also for cer
tain storm* sew ers under Imp. Ord. No.
784-C; also for certain sanitary s.»werb
under Imp. Ord. No. 773-0; also for cer
tain brick alley crossing paving under
imp. Ord. No. 782-0. Specifications may
be obtained and plans'examined at this
office. The right is reserved to reject
any and all proposals. 1
(Signed) WALTER G. KIRKPATRICK,
tt , City Engineer.
Age-Herald, Oct. 23, 21 and 2f>. 1913.
PRINTING, RULING,
BINDING. HIGH GRADE
WORK — EFFICIENT
SERVICE. LARGEST
AND MOST MODERN
PLANT IN THE STATE
ROBERTS ft SON (Inc.)
“THE mo ALABAMA HOLSE"
f <210 Bel,\con 1Mb 0„J .
loi^: iwh ord Ave.
I’HOIVE MAI.V SUII
4• —
Iree Deula. Work al the
Birmingham Dental
College
Avenue F and 20th Street.
__P
^- —■
ON
Learn the Truth
$10.00
Examination
Free
DR. FLEETER [I
Over 14 Years a Specialist m
My Beit Reference: No Cure, No Pay j||
Who are suffering and cannot pay the fees ehurged by most Specialists should take
advantage of tills offer and GET CURED. Call at once, have a chat with ua and we
will explain to you our treatment. We are miring people dally without cutting, chloroform or I]
danger. No matter who has failed or how long you have suffered don't give up. If we accept you
for treatment NO CHARGES UNLESS CURED Call and we will EXAMINE joh FREE—
tell you what we can do and do wlmt we promise.
WHY NOT LET US CURE YOU?
uimMi 606*914 i"*"”1
DlMeitMCii vvv /AT DImiinci
If you me suffering from SPECIFIC
BLOOD DISEASES, with sore mouth, throat
ami tongue, body rash, rail on us at once
and let us administer to you one treatment
of the Improved 606 t Neosalvarsan) ( 014 and
you are cured for life. No PAIN, no LOSS
of TIME, no GOING to the HOSPITAL, as
you return home immediately after the treat
ment. as It only requires 20 minutes of your
time by our method of administration.
BLADDER and klduey diseases, swelling
of feet, painful, scalding and frequent urina
tion. pain In the back and sediment In urine
are all cured permanently by us.
NERVOUS—Are you weak, irritable? Do
you lack ambition and confidence that ex
cesses and indiscretion cause? If so, come to
us at once.
RECTAL diseases, such as piles, fissures,
fistula or any other diseases of the rectum
are all cured by us without cutting.
HYDROCELE or any swelling, tenderness
I or Impediments of parts are cured permanent
ly without cutting.
STRICTURE of the urinary canal and all
interruptions of flow and all burning, scald
ing and smarting symptoms cured In 8 to 10
days without the aid of a knife.
VARICOCELE resulting In nerve weakness,
losses In urine, which in turn cause a wasting j
of the parts. We cure to stay cured. No opera
tion. |
WEAKNESS and all drains. eiuhsiuns and
lobses which sup the vim. vigor and vitality from
you Hml later render you a mental .and physical
wreck. We cure In from 8 to 10 days.
RHEUMATISM In nil Its forms. l-Jnlarged and j
stiffened Joints are all cured permanently by us. j
DISCHARGES from the urinary canal and all
smarting, burning and itching stopped in from
3 to 5 days. \ j
LOST VIGOR and vitality, either due to alms* jj
or excisses lit early or late life. We cure you
to stay cured irrespective of your age or the
time you have suffered. No. stimulants.
ULCERS caused by injuries or Infection or
broken down veins, we treat and permanently cure
with a gunrnntee never to return.
PROSTATIC enlargement resulting In the stop
page of the flow of urine, pain and one's loss of j
sexual power, we cure for life. No operation. :
STOMACH conditions, such as coated tongue,
perverted appetite, gases causing a fullness ai..l
distress after eating, heartburn, palpitation, diz- ,
zlness are all cured permanently by us. j
RUPTURE cured without the uso of a knife. | \
Dr. Fleener Co., Specialists
SUITES 800-1*2*3-4 FARLEY BUILDING BfilMINGHAM ALA !
NINE LARGE ROOMS FULLY EQUIPPED
Corner 20th Street end Sd Avenue. Entrance On 3d Avenue. Take Bleveter i
| Office Howto—9 a. m. to 8 p. at.—Sundaye 0 ta It Only f,

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