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^WANTED^
5HATTiMT^Tir^ar79?p4th^ave?^^^^l5
WE sharpen safety razor blades better
than new, 25c dozen; send them
parcel post. Robert Prowell Stove Co..
Birmingham, Ala. 4-9-tf
WANTED—To buy 'mortgage paper.
Helena Land Co., 201 Brown-Marx.
11-2-tf
WANTED—Feather beds; pay from $1
lo $15 bed. Phone Main 6443 and I'll
call. « 1 l-26-7t
fTED Repairing of all kinds; brick
work, grates, smoking chimneys, tile
work, cement work. Phone Main 5899-J.
ll-3U-4t
VKlNKss. expert repairing of radiators,
fenders, wlndshiels, lamps, all kinds of
tnetal work, us 21st st. south. lH4mo
WANTED Coal mine, to opien up for hew
company, by young engineer of recog
nized ability. Address T-20, care Age
Herald. •_ 12-2-.lt
WANTED—By couple, a furnished apart
ment. South Highlands, 5 rooms or more,
all modern conveniences; references.
Address B-71, care Age-Herald. 12-2-3t
WANTED An idea! Who can think of
some simple thing to patent? Protect
your Ideas, they may bring you wealth.
| Write for "Needed Inventions'' and
) "How to Get Your Patent and Your
Money." Randolph & Co., patent at
torneys, Washington, D. C.
11-30-2t-su-we i
GLUCK’S DRY CLEANING CO.
Cleaning, pressing, repairing, altering.
Jhats renovated and blocked
1713 3d Ave. Phone Main 2372.
1-8-tf-wo-th-fr-mo
WANTED—To board and care for one
or two motherless children; best per
sonal attention given both day ami
night. Nice home; ideal location; safe
' place to play; best references. Ad
4 dress K-71. care Age-Herald.
WANTED—MALE HELD
WANTED—Stenographer who has exper
ience In lumber office and some knowl
edge of bookkeeping. Address Box 114,
•' Alexander City, Ala. l2-2**14t
rWANTED—Men to learn the barber trade;
’ few weeks completes; position open;
tuition $25; free catalog, Birmingham
Barber College, Birmingham.
2-2-tf-fr-i-su-wed.
.WANTED—Railway mall clerks; exam
inations everywhere frequently; sample
, questions free. Franklin institute,
i Dept. 2, H, Rochester, N. Y.
■: 10-2#-3mo-ex-tu-thu
WANTED—Bright, young man, 20 to 25
years old, for clerical position; city
reference required; previous office expe
rience and ability to operate typewriter
desirable; small salary to start; reply
! in own handwriting, giving reference
and phone number. Address 0-71, care
Age-Herald.
Government positions are easy to
get. My free booklet, Y-209, tells how.
Write today—NOW. Earl Hopkins, j
Washington. D. C. 12-3-9t-we-su
UocaL representative wanted; no cam*
\ assing or soliciting required; good in
come assured. Address National Co
Operative Realty Co., V-700, Mardeq
Washington, 1). C. 12-3-9t-w«-su ;
rl _POULTRY_
ffolT~sT^l-E—“Faultless” HoudansT This
strain has been egg-bred from trapnest
records since April, 1890. 1 have bred
them 21 years for great layers and J2
years for large-size chalk-white eggs.
These fowls are extremely hardy, have
neither comb nor wattle to freeze, and
are the best all-winter layers In open
front coops. “Faultless” strain Hou
dans have won every blue ribbon at New
Yolk, Boston, Chicago and Philadelphia
■hows for past six years. Eggs and
stuck Wild on honor. Sena 10 cents for
the largest illustrated poultry catalogue
e'er issued; it tells you how to breed
these fowls, which average 250 eggs a
, year apiece; it tells you how to net $3000
a year from 100 hens. E. F. McAvoy,
Secretary Houdan club, Cambridge,
N. Y. li-21-tf
LOS T—ST RATED—^TOLEN^^
< CSW^Sunday, white and liver pointer
dog, no collar, right front foot has
broken toe. but does not limp. Notify
R. I. Ingalls. Ingalls Iron Works, and
receive reward. 12-2-21
fMtiXii Kress’, black hand bag, lavender
lined, containing two purses, card case,
glasses, etc. with about $13; liberal re
ward if returned to 5921 1st ave , Wood
lawn. Phone 341-J. 12-2-24
ONE CENTTwORO
II.1TE1S—Ouc cent ■ word n day) no ad.
taken for less than liSc for first l.mer
—- - < wsli must neeoinnnny order.
- r^W Am;E°—SITU AXIOMS
\V A NT E D— I iy^ymlng^mair^esrpeirt^cTeAc
ami stenographer, extra work at night
in years’ experience; terms reasonable
good references. Address L. TV., care
Age-Herald. 12-2-2t
W AN ri-.D A position as managers or as
sistant managers of a large hotel, by
gentleman and his wife; best of refer
ences. Address ’’Hotel.” care Age-Her
alti-_ 12-2-2t
EXPERIENCED bookkeeper, wants posi
tion with small firm, or one as assistant
with large firm; references furnished.
Address s-Tt>. care Age-Herald. 12-2-2t
YOl'NQ man, 19 years old, wants posi
tion of some kind at once; salary no ob
ject; good habits. Address C. C. H., 2417
N. 26th st., city. 12-2-2t
\> a a i El>—Experienced specialty sales
man of proven ability is open for a po
sition with good, reliable concern; age
33; married; best of references. Ad
fcdrcBs r-70, rare Age-HeraId. 12-2-31
WANTED—Young lady wants position as
stenographer; first •class references
given. Address M. V., 107 Pearl st.. West
End, city. 12-2-2t
PRACTICAL and experienced road sales
man open for engagement for year 1914;
territory. Mississippi, Arkansas, Texas
and Oklahoma. Address Salesman, 1113
N. 19th st., city. 12-2-2t
PRIVATE secretary-stenographer; male,
sober, steady, with executive ability
and mature business experience, de
sires position with some person or cor
poration Where worth, ability and
steadfastness to employer's Interest
will get Just consideration. The posi
tion must be permanent and offer
real advancement, not speculative.
Presently employed in country few
mile from Birmingham. Can furnish
references of highest order covering
above qualifications. Please save of
fers of mediocre calibre for plodders
and beginners. Address B-66, care
Age-Herald. ll-26-4t-we-su
POSITION by experienced drug man:
salary 'no object; can furnish best of
references. Address E-71, care Age
Herald. 12-3-2t
LADY wishes to take charge of room"
ing house for gentleman; strictly
business and confidential; have had
several years experience. Address
L- 71, care Age-Herald. 12-3-2t
OHIO man wants^Tositlon as timekeep
er. stock man, check or bill clerk,
or similar work. Ten years clerk and
teacher. Joy<^«, 1908 8th ave., N.
___ _ 12-3-3t
ANTED—Position as manager of a
commissary by young man having had
six years* experience in commissary
work; age 27 years and married; at
present have charge of grocery depart
ment in a large commissary, but desire
a change account location; can furnish
A-l references. Address G-71, care Age
Herald. 12-3-2t
WANTED—To cook, wash, iron, scrub7
clean for the consideration of room,
board and small wages. Address F-71,
care Age-IIerald. 12-3-2t
A YOl'NG lady wants position some
kind of office work; can use type
writer; must have work. Address V-71,
care Age-Herald. 12-3-2t
MTbl.WftlflHT Expert .it setting ma
chinery, hanging shafting, pipefitting,
pump work. Open for proposition; go
anywhere. 1431 N. 25th st. Long distance
Phone 4193 Main._ 12-3-2t
_W A NTE D—H ELP__
GOVERNMENT positions are^easj'^To
get; my free booklet, Y-2U9. tells how.
Write today—now. Earl Hopkins,
Washington, D. C. 1 l-2-9t-eu-we
LOCAL representative wanted; no can
vaesing or soliciting required; good
income assured. Address National Co
Operative Realty Co., V-700, Marden
Bldg., Washington, D. C.
1 l-2-9t-su-we
WANTED—Teamsters, laborers, saw
fliers, lumber stackers, assistant stew
ard, woman bookkeeper, Bawmill fore
man. city solicitors and salesmen, also
saleswoman, dry goods and linen sales
man, other openings. Room 626 Cham
ber of Comerce Bldg.
WANTS 20 carpenters, out of town.
1 man for farm, close in.
50 coal miners.
4 cooks.
4 housekeepers.
2 maids.
o, laborers.
2 good tunnel men.
Birmingham Employment Bureau,
N. 20th ftt. Phone 434 M.
ONE GENT A WORD
HATES—One cent n word a day I no ad.
taken for lews than 25c for first inser
tion. rwwh miint accompany order.
_FOR SALE __
TALK WITH ALAN JEMISON. ^
Bell 100. 6-4-tf
REAL ESTATE. sales, exchanges,
loans on commission. J. M. "Mbson,
; 409 Empire Bldg. 12-24-tf
I WE will build you a home. Birmingham
i Building and Imp. Co.. 414-15-16
American Trust Bldg. 1-16-tf
WE buy, s. ii, rent, or exchange real es
tate. E. J. Burns Co. 40G American
Trust Bldg, Phone 766. 10-4-tf
EOrt SALE—One 150 H. P. Babcock &
Wilcox boiler, with feed water heater,
stack and fittings complete. One 250 cu.
ft. Ingersoll-Sargent air compressor.
15 D. C. motors, ranging from 2 to 25
H. P. This equipment is all in good
condition, having been taken out only
because of change in our power supply.
Kilby Frog & Swlth company, P. O.
Box 914, Birmingham, Ala. 11-23-tf
FOR SALE—All grades cypress shingles.
Rosedale Shingle Mill, Rosedale, Miss.
ll-14-44t
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE—Modem1
South Highlands home, 5 bedrooms,
sleeping porch, two baths, stationary
laundry, etc.; east of 20th st., centrally
located; price $16,000; will make satisfac
tory terms on half the amount, balance
in trade for farm lands, vacant lots or
rental property. Address Z-70, Age-Her
ald. 12-2-2t
FOR SALE Neill’s slock yard, ;i car
load of fine milch cows with young
calves; some 4-gallori cows in the lot;
will exchange for dry cows. Phone Main
Mi
FOR SALE—One of the beat* bird
in America; setter hitch; price $75. 1
can lake two more dogs to thorough
ly train. References of the very best.
O. L. Hennigan, Sheffield, Ala., Route
I. 12-3-61
ONE CENT A WOOD
RATES—One cent a word a day; no ad.
taken for leii than 25c for first Inser
tion. Cush must accompany «>r«ler.
__FOR* SALE __
200x140, corner, good 6-room house, chicken
and outhouses, fruit and shade trees,
on car line, city water and electric
lights. Call Ensley 618-VV.12-3-5t
FOR SALE—Established soda fountain
and confectionery business; splendid
location; owner leaving city. Address
D-71, care Age-Herald.
12-3-3t-we-th-su
250 PAIRS DOUBLE. BLANKETS ON
SALE FOR 98 CENTS A PAIR. RUN
TO THE REMNANT STORE, 2017 2D
AVENUE.
I HAVE two desirable corner lots with
trees, all improvements paid, located
on 2d avje., N., West End, for $750; terms
can be arranged; also one inside lot for
$tfoo. Come to see them this afternoon.
<';iii Weft End 12-3-2t
i '( .i: SALE Cbsolntt ly the most desir
able location for Industrial plant in
Greater Rlrmingham; about 2H acres
fronting four trunk line railroads and
surrounded by Ensley, Wylam and
Fairfield; satisfactory price and
terms. N. B. Stack, Wylam, Ala.
12-3-4t-we-su
$3.00 STREET HATS FOR 98 CENTS.
DRESS HATS $7 KIND FOR $2.85. ON
SALE AT THE REMNANT STtfRE,
2017 2D AVE.
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF PASSENGER TRAINS, BIRMINGHAM
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not guaranteed.
a I ion Mill AM_TEH MIX A L_ ST ATI OX
Southern Hallway
No. Arrive irom—
11 Atlanta 5.20 am
12 Greenville 7 :40 pm
IS Columbue 11:30 am
20 Mobile 8:30 pm
13 Jacksonville 12:25 piu
28 Selma 10:25 am
20 New York 4 ;45 pm
35 New York 11:40 am
30 Atlanta10:0* pm
uepa/i 10—
11 Greenville 7:00 am
12 Atlanta 12:15 am
15 Columous 4 :05 pm
111 Mobile 6:45 »tn
24 Jacksonville 3:55 [>m
27 .Selma 3:45 pm
40 Atlanta 0:30 urn
30 New York S :50 pm
30 New York0:30 a in
Uuceu «& C-reMeeut Route
A. G. H. R. R.
1 Cincinnati 10:05 pm
i New Orleans 0:05 am
3 Cincinnati 10:15 am
4 New Orion*,. 6:00 pm
5 Chattaroogn 11:38 am
21 Chattanooga 0:00 pm
7 New York 10:20 pm
0 Meridian 11:55 am
12 MerldJ-n 11:35 pm
8 Shreveport 6:20 am
1 Bhr'pt & N. O. 10:10 pm
2 ('in. & N. Y. «:10um
3 New Orleans 10:20 am
4 Cincinnati 0:05 pm
5 Meridian 4:10 pm
0 Chattanooga 4 GO pm
7 New Orleans 10:25 pin
22 Chattanooga 5:05 am
11 Shreveport 5:30 am
8 New York 6:25 am
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105 Kansas City 3:50 pm
103 Kansas City 6:15 am
025 Winfield 10:15 am
1*21 Memphis3 :45 pm
*'«• 1 'epmn 10—
106 Kansas City 12:30 pm
104 Kansas City 10:30 pm
026 Winfield 4:15 pm
922 Memphis7 00 aiu
Central of tia. Ry.
1 Savannah 10:10 pm
0 Jacksonville 12:05 pm
1'cpaii. mi—•
2 Macon 7 :00 am
10 .lackaonrllla 4 !35 pm
4 Savannah 3:50 pm
Ill IOIIS (.11 A M T1JKMINAL STATION
Seaboard Air l.lne Hy.
No. Arrive from—
5 Now York !».45 pm
:i New York 12:15 pui
Atlanta;i jo pm
I No. Depart to—
<> New York 8:4»'» am
| 12 New York 3:0ttpm
I 22 Atlanta6:30 am
lllluolN Outral ity.
No. Arrive from—
» Chicago4:15 (im
No. Depart to
ut t’Mcngo1 2 : 1 *» pm
LOtlSVILLE A, NASIIVII,i.K STAIIOM
L. iV \. It. H.
1 Cincinnati 8:25 am
2 New Orleaua 18:10 pin
3 Cincinnati 3:25 pm
4 New Orleans 8 :S7 pm
*5 Decatur 7 :45 pm
7 Cincinnati 8:50 am
10 Montgomery 7 :15 pm
12 Montgomery 10:45 am
*15 Dec iitur 10:00 am
i>o. j fpan w»—
1 New Orleans 8:33 am
2 Cinclnna-' 12:22 pin
3 New Orleans 3:40 pm
*0 Decatur 6:15 am
7 Montgomery" 8:35 .am
8 Cincinnati 12:01 am
0 Montgomery 6:20 am
11 Montgomery 3:50 am
14 Decatur4 :00 pm
Ilirniiutf liani MIimthI
No. Arrive from—
89 Praco 5:1ft pm
48 T uses loose 11;15hui
42 Blocton 7 .25 pm
25 Anniston 10 40 am
47 Anniston 6 50 pm
102 Tuscaloosa ">:.>U pm
iso. Depart to—
33 Praco 8:15 nm
41 Blocton C:30 am
40 Bloctoo 2:45 pm
44 Anniston 3:40 p«n
46 A’-uiston 8:30 am
lul Tnsraluo^a7 :Q() am
A., II. A A.
rso. Arrive rroin—
2:t Winchester li;30nm
25 Hoanoke 0:50 pru
rso. Depart to—
24 Manchester 8:00 am
2ti Ho.inokw4 :30 pm
nn»» i / run u*nj' tn-eepi aunuay. either trains run daily, central time.
_FOR SALE
AUTOMOB I LE^for sale, 1913 Oak land,
six-cylinder, five-passenger car in
first class condition; 10 months guar
antee by makers; will exchange for
improved property in Birmingham or
Ehsley. Address P-70, care Age-Her
ald. ll-30-7t
FOR EXCHANGE OR SALE—Arizona
ranch for city or Jerterson county prop
erty of equal value. YVydlck, Main 980.
_ 12-l-.1t
FOR SALE
A FINE HORSE
In the best of condition
Can be seen downtown
any day.
Phone Main 99
11-30-Bt-su-wed
NO*ICB TO CONTRACTORS.
FOR BALL! OR FOR RENT—Hoisting
engines, with or without boilers, con
crete mixers, air compressors, pump,
portable boilers, one pair Greene Corliss
engines 22x 48, with fly wheel pulley.
Charles T. Lehman, 1928 Powell avenue,
Birmingham, Ala. Both phones. Main
886. i-18-su-wd-tl
FOR SALE or to lease about SOOiT acres
of coal lands ini Marlon and Fayette
counties, in bodies of about 2000 acres
near Brilliant and 2000 acres on the
Sipsey river. Ignatius Poliak, Cullman,
Ala 9-27-sat-wed-tf
CONTRACTOR'S PLANT
For sale—All the equipment used in the
construction of Hale's Bar lock and
dam, at Guild, Tenn. Plant consists of
steamboats, dredges, barges, boilers, en
gines, pumps, air compressors, concrete
mixers, derricks, etc. Write for lists and
description. Jacobs & Davies, Inc.,
Guild, Tenn. ll-22-8t-sat-wed
FOR SALE—Latest model No. 6 Under
wood typewriter, almost new; perfect
condition; at a sacrifice price. "D/*
Box 660. city. 12-3-2t-wre-su
MANUFACTURER CIA)SE OUT, 177
HIGH GRADE TAILORED SUITS,
CHIFFON, BROADCLOTH* S1K HAIR
LINES, SILK BROCAL_>, ALL COL
ORS, MAHOGANY, BROWN, BLUE
BLACK, GRAY, POSITIVELY CHEAP,
$85. HOW ABOUT THEM FOR $11.95?
GET BUSY TO THE REMNANT
STORE. 2017 2D AYE.
PECANS.
All kind, all prices, any amount. Phone
Mrs. McClain, Main 2520-J.
12-3-3t-wed-frl-mon
_FOR SALE__

FOR SALE.
1329 St. Charles st.. S.. S-room mod
ern house on beautiful lot, that we
will sell l'on»$6660; $150 cash, balance
$H5 per month; the best bargain
in the city. Call
O. P. HUTCHESON,
with
TAYLOR & HASKINS.
308 American Trust Bldg.
5414 Main.
FOR SALE— West End. Are you inter
ested in a brand new bungalow, 6 rooms,
plenty of closets. 1V£ blocks car line,
ready to occupy? Also a 7-room house
on corner of Tuscaloosa ave., lot 3U0x
150. southern exposure; fine peach orch
ard; an Ideal home; oipen for Inspection;
come out this afternoon. Call West End
4oo. 12-3-2t
FOR SALE OR TRADE
142S 6TTI AYE., SOUTH.
One 5-room bungalow in city's
best residential section, sur
rounded by homes costing from
$5000 to $9000. This bungalow
has hardwood floors throughout,
beam ceiling, tile bath, beautifully
fixtured and papered throughout,
just recently decorated, furnace
heated; this house will rent for $35
per month.
For quick sale will sell for
$4500.00
Small* payment down, balance like
rent.
Take a look at this bargain and
wee us at once.
In trade will only consider unin
cumbered property.
TAYLOR & HASKINS
American Trust Bldg. Phone 5414.
ALFALFA and timber lands. Now Is the
time to locate for farming next year.
Deal with the man on the ground
and save money. Write at once for
list of farms for sale. E. R. Berry,
Demopolis, Ala. 12-3-3t-we-fr-su
AT bargain. LMmrscpower Foos junior en
gine; also number 504 Bull Dozer power
pump. Address P-71, Age-Herald.
* 12-3-3t-wed-frl-8u
PERSON AL ~~
LADIES—$1000 reward; I positively guar
antee my great*' successful "Monthly"
remedy; safely relieves some of the
• longest, most obstinate, abnormal cases
In three to five days; no harm, pain or
interference with work; mall, S1.50L
Double strength, $2.00. Dr. Southington,
88 Long Bldg., Kansas City, Mo. 6-24-tl
iONE CENT A WORD
HATES—One cent a word a day* no ad.
taken for leaa than 25c for first Inflec
tion. Cawh moat accompany order.
MONEY TO LEND
' TALK WITH ALAN JEMISON.
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 mortgage. John W. Prude,
106 N. 22d st. Bell phone 240.
10-16-tf
MONEY TO LEND on real estate,
amounts and time to suit. Leonard-Wil
liams Co., 725 Woodward Bldg. 10-22-tf
FIRST mortgage loans made promptly.
Helena Land Co., 201 Brown-Marx.
11-2-tf
! WE negotiate loans and sell real estate.
Can handle desirable farm loans.
Malone-McConnell Co., 2024 3d ave.
10- 2*-tf
I $25 and up on personal property and real
estate at 8 per cent per annum.
PROTECTIVE LOAN CO..
2124 1ST AVE.
11- 23-tf
MONEY to loan on real estate. 205 Title
Guarantee Bldg. Phone Main 5658,
11-30-tf
-LOAN'S-:
On improved real estate; no delay.
Gillespy-Wellborn R. E. & Ins. Co.
Main 2965. 2124 First ave. 12-2-tf
i $2000 to loan for two or three years;
j straight 8 per cent,* and $1500 for two
I years on Improved real estate. Edw. C.
Dugas, 615 First National Bank Bldg.
12-3-2t
I HAVE $3000 to loan on South
Highland proper from three to five
years at 7 per cent; must be gilt
edge security. Address Y-69, care
Age-Herald.
TO LOAN
$1600 or $*2000 on city property at 8 per
cent.
McDAyiD. MEYER. GOLDMAN
& TERRY.
2109 1st Ave. Phone 2643 Main.
rave© Norris, sales mgr.
MISCELLANEOUS
POSTOFFICE departn^rit^ Washington,
September 18, 1913. Sealed proposals will
be received at this department until 12
o’clock m. on the ISth day of Decem
ber, 1913, from patentees or their as
signees for granting the use of pat
tented improvements in mail pouch and
sack opening and closing devices and
other mail-bag attachments, including
sealing devices for mail bags. Blank
forms of bids and specifications giving
full Information may be had upon ap
plication to the Fourth Assistant Post
master General, Washington, D. C. A.
S. Burleson, Postmaster General.
10-1 -6t—10-1-5-29—11-5-19—12-3
SEE Birmingham Artificial Limb Co. for
practical ankle and leg braces of all
descriptions, made to order, 312% N.
20th street.11-19-Jt-we-thu
ROOMS WANTED—BOARD
WANTED—Three good sized unfur
nished rooms for light housekeeping,
near I,. & N. depot; flat preferable.
State terms. Address Box 543, Shef
field, Ala. 12-3-4t
WANTED—Three unfurnished rooms and
kitchenette, near car line on Southside.
Must have lights, water and gas. No
children. Call Main 4140-J.
BUSINESS CHANCES
! A SPLENDID opportunity for a hustling
young man of business ability who can
furnish $1500 or more to put In a grow
ing and prosperous business in very best
section of city. Address G-71, care Age
Herald.12-2-2t
FARM LANDS
"farms anywhmeTn^labaSla~'
For Sale by
INGRAM REALTY COMPANY.
Empire Bldg. Phone Main 1197.
_
EAST COAST, South Florida; any nnd 3
information given concerning Miami and
South Florida; bejjt grapefruit country
in United States. Write for information.
J. B. McLendon, Miami, Fla.
11-lfl-au-we-tf
__FOR RENT_
FOR RENT—Eight-room house, all
modern improvements, Norwood,
three doors from car line. Apply 315
N. 13th at. 11-1-tf
FOR RENT—Furnished room with mod
ern conveniences; location South High
lands; will rent to gentleman or couple
Meals served if desired. Phone 6149-W
Main. 1-30-lt
FOR RENT—Second door of buildkng~1923
Powell ave., size 50x90 railroad. In front
and at rear of building; rental $30 per
month. Clias. T. Lehman, 1923 Powell
ave. 2-16-tf-su-wed
MULES FOR"HIRR *
WE HAVE MULES TO HIRE BY THE
DAY. WEEK OH MONTH; THEY CAN
BE SEEN AT MAXWELL & CROUCH
MULE CO.’S BARN. 1512 SECOND
AVE. PHONE MAIN 1027.
LATTA & WRIGHT.
7-20-su-we-tf
SPLENDIDLY located 30-room house
for rent reasonably by owner. Phone
8720-J.ll-18-9t-e-o-d
FOR RENT
SOUTH HIGHLAND HOME
Nine rooms, modern conveniences, large
lot, servant’s house, stable; $50.
MALONErMcOONNELL CO.
2024 Third Ave.
FOR RENT—In East Norwood, fl-room
bungalow; large grounds; suitable for
L. & N. man; cheap rent. Owner, Room
410 First National.
FOR RENT—240f~4th are~N7~« rooms
$27.50. Bailey 4k Howard.
ONE CENT A WORD
RATES—One cent a word a day? no ad.
taken tor lean than 25c for flrnt Inner
tlon. (null numt accompany writer.
SPECIAL NOTICE
i
OUR NEXT
AUCTION SALE OF
I
HORSES AND MI LES
WILL BE
WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 10.
AND NOT TODAY
AS ADVERTISED IN AFTERNOON
PAPERS.
DON’T FORGET THE BIG SALE,
WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 10.
MAXWELL & CROUCH
HORSE AND MULE CO.

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MJU iCKiM—UUUMS
THE^VAI^N^iVrr^uTside^roomsPfiiir^
nace heat; modern conveniences;
moderate price; bath free. 2100 5th
ave._ 5-26-tf
NICELY furnished upstairs room; heated
bath room; hot baths at all hours. 2212
N. 4th ave.10-13-tf
ELEGANTLY furnished front room, with
board. South Highlands. 1801 Eleventh
avenue. ll-29-10t
FRONT room for rent, upstairs. Inquire
Butcher Tool and Hardware Co., 406%
N. 20th st. U-20-Ut
NATIONAL HOUSE, 200% N. 22d st..
nicely furnished rooms from 25c up.
ll-25-30t
AT THE Birmingham hotel, with steam
heat, electric light, telephones, and all
hotel service, outside rooms with privi
lege of bath, $17 a month and up, with
I private bath $30 a month and up. Tran*
[ slent rates, $1 and $1.50 a day. The Bir
[ mingham Hotel, 18th street and 2d ave
nue. ll-2C-tf
TWO connecting furnished rooms for light
housekeeping; no children. 1812 7th
ave,, N. 11-28-tf
i NICELY furnished rooms with board;
also garage. 1212 S. 20th st. Phone Main
1207-J. 11-30-lit
LOVELY front room with hot and cold
running water, brick house, steam heat,
shower baths, etc.; references required.
Apply 604 N. 20th st. 12-2-6t
j FOR RENT—Furnished room with mod
ern conveniences; location South High
I lands; will rent to gentleman or couple.
| Meals served If desired. Phone 6149-W
Main. 12-2-4t
FRONT room; also room \vith~private
bath, 1218 20th st.. S. Main 7114-W.
11-12-wed-frl-sun-tf
FURNISHED rooms, complete, for
housekeeping, newly papered and
painted; modern conveniences, dishes,
linen, gas stove, two blocks from park
and library; cheap rent. 4121 Ave. C,
Avondale. ll-29-5t-eod
FURNISH E D rooms for gentlemen;
steam heat and all modern conven
iences. 605 N. 17th st, Apartment No. 1.
__ 12-3-54.
TO gentlemen, two large, connecting
front rooms, convenient and reasonable,
near Five Points; private bath. Address
J-71. caro Age-Herald. l2-3-3t*eod
b I 'RNISIIED room* private family. ,11
N. 19th st. l2-3-4t
A NICE, pretty room, breakfast If de
sired; private home, modern conveni
ences; well located, on loth st. car line,
one block 11th ave. loops; 3149 S. 16th st.
Main 7865-W.
FOR RENT—A large, nicely furnished
room, furnace heat, centrally located,
modern home, use of phone, private
family. 2200 7th ave.
FOR RP1NT— Large, nicely furnished
room, furnace heat, bath, with instan
taneous heater, connecting, electric
lights; no objection to light housekeep
ing; excellent neighborhood. Call West
End 427.__
WANTED—BOARDERS
WANTBD-'Two young men or oouple to
occupy room with board; also table
hoarders, at 1806 11th ave., 8.; furnace
heat. v 12-3-3t-wed-frt-gUi
_WANTED—FEMALE HELP
WANTED—Lady*"stenographer; begin^$3f>
per month; chance for advancement;
must write good hand. Address M-71,
care Age-Herald.
ONE LOT OF MISSES’ AND CHIL
DREN’S COATS WORTH UP TO $12.60
FOR $3.95. SEE THEM AT THE REM-.
NANT STORE, 2017 2D AVE.
.WANTED—SALESMEN
WANTED—Stock and bond salesman;
must have good references. Apply 603
New Jefferson County Bank Bldg.
11-30-tf
ANY energetic salesman can earn big
money representing us in Birmingham
and nearby towns, selling our advertis
ing calendars and fans. Every business
regardless of size or kind can profitably
use our goods, liberal commissions of
fered. We are the largest and oldest
firm south, moaning cheap freight rates
to southern customers. Fan samples
ready now, calendar samples January 1.
Write Immediately giving full particu
lars about yourself. Wallaster Co., New
Orleans._ ll-23-5t-su-wed
WANTED—Few good salesmen for a
health and accident insurance company;
good territory open for right parties.
Address Box 276, Ensley, Ala.
ll-30-5t-su-nio-we-aat-su
FlXMS^eveTopedT,
and 4c each. Prompt attention and
work the beet Coveil Co* i-21-tf
Present
values, not those of the fu
ture, are the basis of prices
3f lots in
the beautiful home place of
Birmingham. Consequently
purchasers get all of the in
crement that is logically due
hereafter. Take South Tins
ley car and see Ensley
«
Highlands for yourself.
R. A. TERRELL
503-4 Title Guarantee
Building
Country Homes
We are selling 5 acre lots In Ohatchie
lust 3 blocks from depot and business
senter. Every tract on pike and has
running wnter. $10 a mouth will buy
me
160 acres (Calhoun County), on nation
11 highway; lies almost level, 75 acres
In cultivation; two good houses, four
barns, two pastures; good creek; some
very fine timber, $2250.
Ingram Realty Co.
13th Elooi\Empire Bldg. 1197 Main.
FOR RENT
Location. Rooms. Price.
617 S. 23d st. 3 $8.00
520 S. 19th st. 4 10.00
2629 Avenue E. 5 25.00
906 N. 13th st.4 15.00
1403 5th ave. 4 15.00
1412 11th ave. N. 6 30.00
918 S. 26th st. 8 60.00
2330 Orange ave. 9 60.00
1926 Avenue I . 9 75.00
1120 Avenue K. (furnished) — 9 80.00
2121 Avenue G.16 50.00
STORES.
2231 Morris Avenue .$75.00
731 Third ave.30.()o
900 First ave. 25.00
1328 First ave. 30.00
800 S. 23d st.45.00
W. B. Leedy R. E. &
Ins. Co.
112 N. 2lBt St. Phone 42.
We Overate Our owa I'laut, MaUea
ENGRAVED CARDS
EMBOSSED STATIONERY
LITHOGRAPHED
STATIONERY
BEST PRINTED
STATIONERY
ROBERTS & SON (Inc.)
-THE] BIO ALABAMA HOUSE"
1812 18th Street*. Third Ave.
PHONE MAIN 8461
Sealed Proposals
For Coal
Sealed proposals will be received by
the New Orleans Railway & Light
Company, at Its office, 201 Baronne
street, up to 12 o'clock, npon, December
5, 1913, for one year’s supply of coal,
approximately one hundred and sev
enty-three thpusand tons, to oe deliv
ered in accordance with terms, condi
tions and specifications now on file at
the company’s office.
Full details and copy of specifica
tions can be obtained at the office of
the New Orleans Railway & Light
Company. 201 Baronne street, New Or
leans, La.
Bond acceptable to the company
must be furnished in the sum of
fifty thousand dollars.
The right is reserved to reject any
and all bids.
HUGH M’CLOSKEY,
President and Gent Manager.
NEW ORLEANS RAILWAY & LIGHT
COMPANY.
New Orleans, November 24, 1913.
Wheeler Hotel
Eutaw, Ala.
Good Service and Up-to
Date in Every Respect
t
In 16 to 26 dtri. Trlaltraatmen tarnt Fr«j

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