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taken for Ipnn than ZRe for first Inser
tion. Cash miiwf iiri'oiiniBiiy order.
WANTED
gHAVJNO lOc at 1921 4th ave. U-2»-tC
WE BUY second hand clothes, shoes.
Phone 15x1. 2116 Second. l-2tCtf
>ARKER “TAXlCAB~CO., &-PASSKN
GER CARS, $2.uo * Eli uU^li. JVtAiN
434. 1-23-tt
WE sharpen safety iazor blades better
than new, 20c dozen. Send them parcel
post. Robert Prowell Stove Co., Binning
n. ham, Ala. 5-14-tf
WANTED— We have eTients "desiring
loanR in amounts <»f $1000 to $10,000;
if you want to make a loan or buy a
mortgage, write or call us. Phone
1346 Main. Minge Mortgage and Real
ty Co., 202-3-4 Jefferson County Bank
Bldg. 6-17-tf
WANTED-Feather beds; pay $4 to $15
bed. Phone Main OlC. I - rill. 5-10-7t
BAGS—We want to buy all kinds of
second-hand burlap bags. Prices upon
request. |3. D. Roney & Co.. Memphis,
?T*nn. 4-7-eod-2m
WANTED—-5-passenger Ford Body. Call
Wood lawn 362-W. 5-23-3t
WANTED—Cheap for cash, vacant lots
In Birmingham and vicinity; give num
ber of lot, block and subdivision, with
best 'price. Address A-26, care Age
11 C raid. _ 5-23-4 t-eod
ON SALE SATURDAY. HUNDREDS
OF DOT.LARS OF MEN’S FURNISH
INGS FROM 50 TO 60 CENTS ON THE
DOLLAR; MEN'S DRESS SHIRTS,
$1.25 KIND. A WINDOW FULL TO
PICK FROM, 69 CENTS; MEN’S
WORK SHIRTS LIGHT AND ’.DARK
BLUE, SATURDAY 39 CENTS; MEN’S'
UNDERWEAR. LONG OR SHORT
SLEEVES. LONG OR KNEE DRAW
ERS; ATHLETIC SHIRTS, ALL ON
■ BALE SATURDAY FOR 25 CENTS A
QARM ENT; 5<*-<• ENT NECK W EA R, 25
CENTS; 50-1 'ENT SILK HOSE. 25
CENTS; 15-CENT HALF HOSE 25
CENTS; 15-CENT HALE HOSE 6
CENTS A PAIR. SATURDAY AT THE
REMNANT STORE. 2017 2d AVF*.
ifVAftT loan <*f oil roadster auto for
f 60 days; right party can use car until j
loan is paid. Address H-26, care Age
t&&Herald. _ i
Fertilizer salesmen Established
fertilizer company covering Georgia. Ala
bama. South Carolina and Tennessee, de
■ires several A-l traveling salesmen of
road experience; fertilize?- experience
preferable, but thoroughly seasoned
road men with successful records In
grocery and similar lines will be con
sidered; communications confidential If
desired. Address Fertilizer Munufac
turer, care The Age-Hera Id
WANTED-—MALE HELP
WANTED—Man, travel $25 weelTexpiy"^
cash bond required; unies.- you
business, save stamp and my time"!
dress E. & YV., care Age-Herald.
.’■Wanted—An • \perb-n.-<-<j >.*wi?7gj
chine man to take clinic- of sto
Tuscaloosa: salary and conimigsjnnj
tract. Apply at once Singer >
Machine Co.. Bessemer. Ala. _
;476 month i>ai< l rnilway"~]7.• st.. i ,eierks.
Thousands appointments con Mgr. Ap
ply Franklin institute, Depr\3-M,
Rochester, N. Y 4-2n-lrn-HX-ftuib
"VaNTED-For band and r. saw rfeilf,
mechanical mill foreman; iimsi J»c tSl,
to date, capable ail around mill iim <
v over 45'; not under 30. Latin <i;> I n v
Co._ -:i-200
I_^WANTED—gELP \
'. blue print reader Iron K -him? i ,M |
*• work Civil engineer, aki- to rail- j
road contract. Traveling^ solieitor,
business college, salary pud. Room <
126 Chamber Commerce Uldgy J
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ONE CENT A WORD
RATES—One cent n word n dnyi no ad.
taken for lean than 2Rc for flrat Inoer
#l*»n Cnwh «*»»■«< wpoonmnny order.
FOR RENT—ROOMS ~
THE AVALON^Joob pTeasantT^outsirte
rooms; modern conveniences; moderate
prices; baths free. 2100 5th ave. 5-26-tf
TWO connecting furnished rooms tor
light housekeeping, no children. 1312
7th ave. 4-19-tf
NICELY furnished rooms, with or with
out board; new management. 1920 6th
ave.. N. 4-26-3U
NEW 21st St. Hotel, llOVi North 21st st„
newly furnished, clean, coni rooms; hot
and cold baths; rates. (8 to *20 per
month. 4-26-3nt
NICELY furnished front room. hot
baths, house screened. 2212 N. 4th ave.
_ 6-16-tf
CAPITOL PARK INN—Room with pri
vate bath *10 per week. Hot and
cold water In all rooms. 5-17-8t
SHOES, SHOES—SHOES FOR THE
WHOLE FAMILY. COMPARE PRICES
AND SEE WHERE YOU CAN SAVE
a Dollar on a pair of shoes.
•MENS OXFORIJS. BUTTON OR *.'!
KIND. SATURDAY *1.98; MEN'S
tiOODVEAR WELTS, OXFORDS, ALL
*5 KINDS, SATFRDAY *2.96; MEN’S
u HITE OXFORDS. $3 KIND, SATUR
DAY *1.85; LADIES' BABY DOLL OX
FORDS, PATENT LEATHER. QUN
M ETA I,, WHITE CANVAS, *3.60 KIND,
SATFRDAY *1.96; COLONIAL PUMPS.
*::.;is kind. Saturday *2.39; buy
YOI'R SHOES SATURDAY FROM
THE REMNANT STORE. ;»17 2d AVE.
TWO nicely furnished rooms, Southslde
home. 1615 S. 10th ave. 5-19-6t
IN' private home, Southslde, will rent
three rooms completely furnlBhed for
housekeeping or bedrooms: newly pa
pered ami painted; something nice; also
room-male for lady; reference required.
Phone Main 8623-W. 6-21-3t
TWO connecting unfurnished rooms; will
rent single or double, or will rent en
tire second floor unfurnished. Main 4063.
2009 Park ave. f
SCHOOLS
PRIVATE summer 8clmol“opetT7mtTl^Sep
tember at 4310 0th ave., S. Also night
classes. Avondale and Tidewater cars.
_6-17-tf
SUMMER SCHOOL of tile Alabama Mili
tary institute coaches In graded and
high school subjects. Terms reasonable.
1628 Jefferson County Bank Bldg. Phone
Main 4262 . 6-17-tf
ALABAMA MILITARY INSTITUTE
opens September 8, 1914, with a faculty
of university men. Practical work, sci
entific and literary. Prepares for West
Point, Annapolis, civil service and col
lege 1628 Jefferson County Bank Bldg.
Phone .Main 4262._ 5-17-tf
WANTED—SALESMEN
Fonr“g<n!2r'2aTesmeinorMtrade
in Alabama; If you can’t make *150 and
expenses right from the start and run
it to *260 In 66 days, 4 will lay you a
good cigar you are either a loafer,
boozer or strong for the ladles, and
leave it to you. I insist that you inves
tigate, but will not ask you the second
time after you have looked over the
line. Call of write. W. D. Hunks, flfoom
503, Molton Hotel.5-32-3t
_ BUSINESS CHANCES_
*2000^wlll—buy a profitable, established
business In Birmingham; nhllmlted
opportunity for expansion; Investiga
| Hon welcomed. Address C-26. cure
V Age-Herald. 5-23-21
/ WANTED—BOARDERS
WANTE£>—Bo*rders7~£it 3d ave.; *6 per
| week.
onecentTword
R ATER—One cent a norl n dan ne ad.
taken far laaa than 2Sc for tint Inser
tion^ t^nnh mno nfmepniir order.
FOR SALE
I TALK WITH ALAN’ .TEM1SON.
! 1003 Jeff. Co. Bank Bldg. 8-S-tf
S. X BURNS CO.
REAL ESTATE. PHONE 7W.
_ 10-4-tf
YVE will build yoti a home. Birming
ham Building and Imp. Co., 414-16-16
American Trust Bldg. 1-16-tf
A FEW 5-acre tracts Louisiana oil lands
for sale. W: E. Hall, Oil City, La.
_6-21-71
FOR SALE—Indian motocyele, in good
condition. 1912 model; will sell cheap
for cash. Address W-26, care Age-Her
ald./ o-22-8t
FOR SALE—200 hall trees, regular price
.$1.50; closing out at 90c. J. E. Cain, the
Furniture Man, 1710 3d ave. 6-20-5t
POULTRY FARM AND COUNTRY
HOME.
Consisting of 5 acres, good 8-room resi
dence In grove of large oaks; beautiful
lawn; house is finished in oak, beam
ceiling, stone mantel, bathroom, large
barn and garage; several modern chick
en houses; large cpeft&rd of peach, ap
ple, pears antf^fapes; 300 yards of sta
tion oji vAliin line of L. & N. railroad.
„ AiArtfude. 1400 feet. Improvements cost
$4500; will accept $2500 If sold at once;
terms.
.TAMES B. DRAKE.
26 N. 19th St. Phone 2417 Main.
FOR SALE or trade for anything of
equal value 5-passenger auto. Hopwood,
712 Huntsville ave., Boyles.
5-19-l5t-tu-thu-sat
GOLD FISH AND AQUARIUMS
GORMAN-GAMMTLL SEED AND DAIRY
SUPPLY CO.
2328-30 SECOND AVE.
10 acres, fee simple, land on Trussville pike
5 miles of Gate City. Apply to J. D.
Walters, Alton, Ala. 5-23-2t
A REAL bargain; an 8-foot, 10-syru<p soda
fount for sale; two founts in small town
reason for selling. If you mean busi
ness, write McCain Bros., Ashvllle, Ala.
6-23-2t
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RATOS—onf ppm .. word ■ d«y« no ad.
token for Iron than 25c for flrat taaer
^_^order.
$2260—Modern o-room cottage, unusually
well built and attractive. Faces south
on large lot. Good neighborhood. Can
be bought like rent. See us this week
and we will show' you a real bargain.
J EMI SON REAL ESTATE & INS. CO.,
211 N. 20th St. Phone 5280.
s 5-20-4t
4FOR SALE—At a bargain, or will trade,
two complete, 4-stand elvator Con
tinental gin outfit; one large Corless
engine and two boilers. Apply 202-3-4
Jefferson County Hank Bldg. 5-17-7t
HOMK' worth”$lojKhTfor* $6600; eleganCR
rooms, modern: large lot, west Norwood
section; east front; $1500 cash. $600 year.
628 Jefferson County Bank Bldg.
HALE SPRINGS—Shades mountain, lots
sold by Daniel Hale. $100. Route No. 3,
Birmingham. 6-22-6t
FOR SALE—At bargain, one 7-room house
and lot on 19th st., Birmingham, one
block of Five Points, near schools,
churches and lour car lines. Apply to
Mrs. J. W. Wright, Union Springs, Ala.
__6-22-tf
A HOME
FOR SALK.
A new, strictly modern 6-room cot
tage, No. 1764 Tuscaloosa ave. Half
block of Berney station, WeBt End.
Fronts south, well finished, con
veniences; fruit trees and grape ar
bor. The lot is 60x150. Price of this
comfortable home only $1900.
Terms. Small cash payment, balance
long time. Owner going to leave
the state.
WESLEY M. SMITH,
With Bethea R. E. & J. Co.,
2027 3d Ave.
5-23-2t
LADIES* UNDERWEAR ON SALE
SATURDAY AT SLAUGHTERING
PRICES; $1.98 MUSLIN GOWNS 98
CENTS: 39-CENT CORSET COVERS
19 CENTS; MUSLIN DRAWERS, 49
CENT KIND, SATURDAY, 25 CENTS;
SILK MESS ALINE PETTICOATS. $3.49
KIND. SATURDA Y $1.86; RIB UNDER
WEAR, WELL TAPED. 10 AND 16
CENT KIND, 5 CENTS EACH. HURRY
I FOR BARGAINS TO THE REMNANT
STORE, 2017 2d AVE.
ARRIVAL AND UKPARTURK OF PASSEN^RR TRAINS, BIRMINGHAM
Tno following schedule figures are published only as infokinatton. and are
not guaranteed. _
fllHMINUHAM TEHM1NAL STATION
(sulkua lUUnaj
No. Airlto troia— No. Uoptn io—
11 OntniUll. ? .JS S 11 OroooTUla 1:40 «»
IS tlraonvlllg I >40 pa i« a»inm «•.<■ |«
iSSibS?" IB Columbua 4 aS Ji
20 Mobile 8.65 pm m Mobil* 1:45 aa
1*15 pm 24 Jacksonville 4:00 pm
sv Helm* 10:16 aa 17 Helm* 4 10 pm
30 Atlanta 10:00 pm. 40 Atlanta aa
85 New York 11:50 am |6 Now York i'SOna
20 New York 5:15 pm 10 New Yo?k V?3n5T
Queen 4fc Crescent Route
_ A. O* i» R. R,
N*. Arrive fwe Nr Depart a
! Cincinnati 10:05 pa j Bhr*pt 4 N. O. 10:15 pm
2 New Orleans 0:10 am t cin. 4 N. Y. 6:20 am
I Cincinnati 10.15 aa g New Orleans 10:20 aa
4 New Orlea*. 6:00 pm 4 Cincinnati 6:05 pm
0 Cbattarooga 11:38 am B Meridian 4:lopm
11 Cbattanoo4a 0:0Q pa 6 Chattanooga 6 00 pa
6 Meridian 11:55 aa 21 Chattanooga 6:06 am
12 Meridian 21:35 pm 11 Shreveport 5:30 am
Frisco Lises
Na. Arrlva frogs— Na. Depart ag
ios Kanaaa atp 8:50 pa 106 Kanaaa Clip ll.M cm
1O8 Kanaaa Clip 6:10 aa 164 Kaaaas Cits' 14 3# n
825 Ainory 10:15 am 826 Amory 3:35 Um
021 Memphis 5:55 pm 1822 Memphla 7 :00 unj
Centra* «• us. Rj.
No. Arrive I rum— No. Depart to—
1 Macon 10:10 pm 2 Macon T:00aal
6 Jacksonvllla 12 .oa pm 10 Jacksonville 4:33 no
6 Ha-^t.nah 11.55 sm 4 Savannah 3-mL
Iralna marked thus i*< ru> dally except Sunday
U1HNINUHAM TKHMINAI,_STATION
Reaboaru air Liu® Rj.
No. Arrive from— No. Depart to—
5 New York 10:00 pm 6 New York 7:15 am
j] New York IS: 15 pm 12 New York 8:00 pm
23 Atlanta 0:20 pin 22 Atlanta 8:00 am
IIIIouIm teuiral ily.
\o. Arrlvo from— I No. Depart U—
M <Titcafn 4: IB pa 1 in rhlrwan11 :1« n«
LOU^VILLE AS MASHV1UB STATION
k A N. R. a
No. Arrlvo from— No. J Mart
lClmlnijaU 8:52lam 1 New Orleana 0:00am
2 New Orleans 12:10 am S t/lucinns*' 18 Sim
t Cincinnati 1:15 m 5 Nn Or mu 1:40 pm
4 Ne» Orluu 5:17 m -6 Dacnlur 6:45 am
■5 liir-.lur 7:30 pm 7 Mnnlgumwj 4:05 *m
7 Cincinnati 1 11 am l Cincinnati II.111 am
10 Monlgomarr 1:15 pm g ilontgomarr lit am
12 Montgomery 10:45 am 11 llontfomarr 1:60 am
*15 Decatur m:30nm| 14 Decalur4.00 pm
UlrmiuRliam Ailueral
No. Arrive from— No. Deport tw—.
SB Praeo 6:18 pm 88 Praco |;SSaa
48 Tuacalooaa 11:15 aa 41 Uloctoa 6*J6 aa
41 Hlomoa f J5 pm 10 U'oetoa 1:45 m
15 Annlatoa 11:40 urn 44 . mliioa 1:40 pm
47 Annloton 0 JO m 44 ' "<atoo fe JO am
102 Tmralooaa 0:30 pm 101 < 1mm 7 JO am
A. W. * A.
No. 4rmi from N„. n,_H —
!« tmanka"* ‘I“ 14 Mtnchaatar 7 JO am
25 Bnanoka6 60 pm Hi Himioka 4:00 pm
uunf trains run da Ur. i.cniraJ time. ‘
FOR SALE_
FoK^SATd^^jr^excliaiige^foi^BimiTng^
ham or Bessemer residence property,
five acres platted to 24 lots in Rugby
Highlands, East Lake. Address R. L.
Mullen, Gen. Deliv., Bessemer.
__5-19-71
HOMES at sacrifice; must sell; nice cot>
tage near 49th st., Woodlawn, $12
monthly. Three new, modern bungalows,
West End, $1250 each. G28 Jefferson Coun
ty Bank Bldg.
N ORTHH1GI1LAN OS.
$2400— We know no prettier location for a
home than this beautiful 5-room cot
tage in walking distance of the city.
Price is right and terms to suit. Lot
large and shady.
JEM ISON REAL ESTATE & INS. CO.,
211 N. 20th St. Phone 5280.
____ 5-20-4t
WOULD YOU LIKE
A sweet singing canary in your home?
Come and look at ours and make a
selection. Every bird is guaranteed to
give satisfaction. We also carry a
spledid line of brass and enameled
cages.
GORMAN-GAMM1LL SEED AND DAIRY
SUPPLY CO.
2328-30 Second Ave.
FOR SALE.
A new, strictly modern bungalow,
located on 1st ave. between Almond
and Poplar sts.. 2 blocks of Poplar
street station. It is an elevated,
fine lot 60x190. Fronts south. It has
a large, complete bungalow. No.
1820, with 6 large rooms and wide
hall, cabinet mantels, beautiful
electric fixtures. The entire finish
\ is first class. It has all conven
iences. Price for this elegant home
is $4000. Satisfactory terrtis. (Op
tion.)
WESLEY M. SMITH! '
With Bethea R. E. & I. CO.,
2027 3d Ave.
5-23-2t
FOR SAI.E~I have about *3300 worth of
Pensacola city lots; would like to ex
change fdr something of equal value
here. Pensacola has a great future.
Call Main 8286-W.
WILL Hell at a sacrifice the-largest and
best equipped cafe In Birmingham; not
much cash required If responsible party.
Lease Is worth *2500. E-25, Age-Herald.
6-33-33
_ FOR SALE
Cotton Seed and Cotton Improvement
association to the highest bidder. The
J. E. Dunaway Mercantile Co., Orrvltle,
Ala-_5-22-6t
FOR SALE—Cheap, horse, wagon and
(arming implements; can be seen Sat
urday, May 23 and May 30 on vacant
lot bet. 23d and 24th sts., on 2d ave.
_ 5-22-2t
BOOKS CHEAP—Set "Romance of Amer
ican History," purchased only few
months, practically new; also set
"School Methods," practically new. For
immediate sale both sets 160. Address
_X-25, Age-Herald. 6-22-8t
FOR SALE—76 acres land; 12 acres Iri
cultivation, fee simple; 7-room house;
cost $1200 new; good well and spring!
One mile from station at Blount
Springs: fine orchard, grapes, peaches,
apples and plums; fruit sold for $700
last year. This is a fine truck farm
proposition. Price $1600 cash. L. P.
Hill, 1924 4th ave. Phone 4722.
5-23-2t
HOME at bargain; 10-room, modern,
South Highlands residence; furnace
heat and grates; every convenience.
Sacrifice. Easy terms. Wduld exchange.
t>28 Jefferson County Bank bldg.
FOR SALE.
Absolutely the greatest bargain
ever offered in Norwood; brand
new, 7-room, 2-etory house, with
sleeping porch and *11 modern con
veniences, on paved street In best
section of Norwood; $4600, $750 cash,
balance on terms.
BUN ROBERTS
With
HAGGARD REALTY CO.,
"The Live Wire.”
Phone Main 7794. Office 801 Amer
' lean Trust Bldg.
FOR SALEfOR EXCHANGE—Modern!
desirable, 10-room. South Highlands res
idence. Cottage, lot or farm considered.
This residence was built for a home.
Exchange, Box 846. ^_
WANTED—To sell, o> exchange for de
sirable cottage, bungalow on South
Highlands preferred; valuable, rich, de
sirable tract 'of farm land In edge of
coming town. Address promptly, Cot
tage. Box 846.__
FOR SALE—Ten Belgian rabbits cheap
at 1230 N. 24th sL Phone 74B-W. 6-22-2$
ONE CENT A WORD
RATES—One cent a word a dan ad.
taken for lean than 25c for first loaer
tl«»n. rn»li iwnwt accompany order.
FOR RENT
FOR RENT—In Memphis. Tenn., a choice
three-story and basemen store, 18x66
feet, located on the main street of the
city, and in the center of the principal
retail shopping district; an unusual op
portunity for a first class retail busi
ness; for information, apply H. L. Guion
Co., 44 N. Second St., Memphis, Tenn.
5-19-7t
FOR RENT—9-room house, nicely fur
nished; 7-room house, unfurnished, one
half block Highland car. N. 16th ave.
and 19th st. T. A. Davenport. Phone
5317.5-21-tf
YOU CAN SAVE $1 ON A PAIR OF
SHOES AT THE REMNANT STORE.
2017 2d AVE. BABY DOLL, OXFORDS,
PATENT LEATHER, WHITE, SAT
URDAY. $1.95; COLONIAL PUMPS.
SATURDAY, $2.39; LADIES’ OX
FORDS, IN ALL LEATHERS AND
STYLES. HIGH AND LOW HEELS.
SATURDAY ON SALE FOR $1.98;
MISSES’ BABY DOLL, SATURDAY,
$1.46; CHILDREN’S SLIPPERS. BABY
DOLLS AND ALL OTHER MAKES,
SATURDAY, 98 CENTS A PAIR. RUSH
FOR YOUR SHOES SATURDAY TO
THE REMNANT STORE. 2017 2d AVE.
FOR RENT—Terrace Court, furnished
apartment complete, until October 1,
very reasonable. Address S-25. care
Age-Herald, or phone 2238. 5-21-St
FOR RENT—Good 2-story! 9-room resi
denoe, bath and gas; fine rooming loca
tion. 2220 3rd avenue; moderate rent.
H. D. Smith, 206 Hood Bldg. 5-22-3t
MONEV TO LEND
TALK'WTf'lTALAjrjEMI^OI?!
Main 100. 8-8-tI
WB negotiate loans and sell real estate!
Can handle desirable farm laaaa
Malone-McConnell Co.. 2024 3d ava
10-28- tf
I BUY well eecured notes and mortgages;
amounts 360 and up; also make loans.
J. W. Dukes, 42S Woodward Bldf. 3-1-tf
REAL. ESTATE loans to suit you In
amount, terms and interest; can pay
back monthly or yearly; will take sec
ond mortgage. John W. Prude, 10* N.
22d st. Bell phone 240. 10-1#-tf
MONEY TO LEND on real estate
amounts and time to suit. Leonard-Wll
Hams Co., 72B Woodward Bldg. 10-22-tf
MONEY AT 7 PER CENT.
On approved first mortgage security;
loans for 3 or o years; no delay in fur
nishing money.
WHATLEY & WHATLEY,
Phone 121. 223 21st st 6-8-tf
WE are prepaid to discount properly se
cured purchase money paper, to nego
tiate loans on real estate, and to furnish
conservative investments in such paper
or other securities to persons who have
idle funds.
REALTY TRUST CO.,
303 N. 20th SI.
6-11-ex su-tf
REAL ESTATE LOANS MADE
PROMPTLY. SEE PAANK B. CLARK
WITH EDWARD L. MOORE R. E. A
INS. CO.. 209 EMPIRE BLDG. PHONE
MAIN 444.
$3000 TO LOAN AT 7 PER CENT. P. O.
BOX No. 30.
PERSONAL
anlee my great successful •‘Monthly"
remedy; safely relieve, tome of th,
longest, most obstinate, abnormal cases
In three to five days; no harm, pain or
interference with work; mall, I1.S0.
Double strength, 12. Dr. Southington,
38 Long Bldg., Kansas City, Mo. 6-24-tf
LADIES. ARE YOU OUT TO BUY A
SKIRT OR A DRESS? WHY NOT
BUY THEM WHERE YOU CAN BUY
THEM RIGHT? SILK DRESSES THAT
RETAIL *12.60. SATURDAY ON SALE
FOR JH.75; SKIRTS UP TO *6.98, SAT
URDAY *2.86: SILK DRE8SES, *9.9S
KIND, SATURDAY *4.95; SKIRTS, *8.98
KIND, SATURDAY. *3.95. SEE THE
REMNANT STORE, 2017 2d AVE.
SECRET SERVICE WORK handled with
skill and ability; secrecy guaranteed In
all cases; investigations of all kinds;
lost witnesses located. Office 1421 Amer
ican Trust Bldg. Phone Main 239.
5-19-301
THE best fn the world, Rosenbush
Greater German Healing Salve: all
kinds of Bktn diseases, open, run
ning sores, swelling, ecsema. and
tetter; no matter how many on
the market, they cannot reach with
success the quality of the Rosenbush
salve. Used by the leading physicians,
under strict guarantee. If your drug
gist cannot supply you send 23 cents
to Rosenbush Mfg. Co., Bessemer.
Ala. Take no other.B-23-3t-sat
LOST—STRAYED—STOLEN
LOST—-One bunch of keys In pocket
book form. Return to 20* N. 17th st.,
or phone Main 1862. Reward given.
LOST—At Moore school playgrounds. Kns
ley. a lavaller and chain, Thursday
night (21st). Finder return to 1720 AAe.
•D. Ensley, and receive reward. Gladys
McBride. •
LOST—Memorandum, between Bast Lake
and 20th at.. S., or Bth ave., S. Finder
\ please call Main 8493-J receive reward.
STOVE REPAIRING
8T<5Vb! and rang, repair!ngT'expert'on
* gas stoves and rangea Call Main
**«*■ 221 W. lid st._ 4-17.tf
__ AUDITORS_
Jeff arson Audit'Company, C. Sandusky,
manager; accountants, appraisers, sys
tematlsers. *24 Jefferson County Bank
Bldg. TskfehMM Main MU. HMR
I • >{<■'
ONE CENT A WORD
RATES—One cent a word a day) ae ad.
taken for lees than 2Clc for first laser
♦Ion. Cwwh rnnwf Hrci»mp«»iT order.
~ SITUATION WANTED
r A KM and store manager, agricultural
graduate, land, live stock and farm ma
chinery expert, business man, native
southerner, wide experience with labor,
farm management and development
work; the kind of man the new south
needs; highest references; at present
with big Implement and seed concern;
want to get back south. Address R. S.
Parker, 222 3d st., W. Ashland, Wis.
__ 5-21-5t
I HAVE no visible means of support;
(please give me work; able to scruo,
wash, clean house; by white woman
over 50. Address M-26, care Age-Herald.
_6-21 -3t
WANTED—By June 1, permanent position
by lady stenographer, with first class
firm, willing to pay good salary for good
services; 8 years* experience; well edu
cated, competent and reliable; can also
use dictaphone. Address T-25, care Age
Herald. 5-22-21
WANTED—Job as chauffeur by young
colored man; 5 years’ experience. Ad
dress U-25, care Age-Herald. 5-23-2t
I WANT a job; i have two years’ ex
perience in selling high-priced cooking
ranges to the merchant and demonstrat
ing to the trade; I can sell stoves and
furniture. Address A. N., 4322 2d
ave., S.
MEN S CLOTHING ON SALE SATUR
DAY AT PRICES TO SUIT THE POOR,
$22.50 MEN'S SUITS $9.45; MEN’S $3.49
PANTS SATURDAY $1.8o; MEN’S $5
AND $6 PANTS SATURDAY $2.98;
MEN’S BLACK ALPACA COATS, $3.50
KIND, SATURDAY $1.98; MENS $T»
SILK ALPACA COATS, SATURDAY
$2.95; CHILDREN’S WASH SUITS
ALL COLORS, RETAIL $1.25, SAT
NRDAY 50 CENTS; BOYS’ $1 KNEE
PANTS SATURDAY 60 CENTS A
PAIR: BOYS’ WASH PANTS, 15
CENTS A PAIR, WHY NOT SEE THE
REMNANT STORE, 2017 2d AVE.?
WANTED—Position by experienced sten
| ographer; can give good references. Call
272 West End.
FIRST~CLASS young lady stenographer
wishes a position; thoroughly competent;
best of references furnished. Call Main
2949-J.
_AUTOMOBILES_
CUT rates on new automobiles. We have
Just purchased, for cash, 100 1914 model
light touring cars, standard make, listed
at $1326. fully guaranteed; now $965,
Wire or write today for catalogue.
State Motor Car Co., Nashville, Tenn.
6-14-10t
LADIES—WHY NOT BUY A HAT
FROM US AND SAVE A DAY'S
WAGES? $6 TRIMMED HATS $2.45;
$7.99 TRIMMED HATS. $3.75; PANAMA
STREET HATS. $4 KIND. SATURDAY
$1.95; CHILDREN'S HATS UP TO $2.60
SATURDAY 99 CENTS. HURRY FOR
YOUR HATS SATURDAY TO THE
REMNANT STORE. 2017 2d AVE.
WANTED—FEMALE HELP^
WANTED—At Roe buck'Springs, cook
and nurse; Germans preferred. Wood
lawn. 723-J or Main 2700. 6-21-31
WANTED—Young ladies to canvass busi
ness section of city; good pay to right
parties. Apply 9 to 9 Friday, 2210 5th
ave. J. W. Rull.
WANTBD^Experleneed-women to can
vass from house to house in Birming
ham; salary paid. Aipplv 2327 N. 1st
ave., from 8:30 a. m. to 10:30 a. m. to
day (Saturday).
ROOMS—WANTED—BOARD
WANTED—Two furnished connecting
rooms for light housekeeping; prefer
Southside; must be good neighborhood,
convenient to cars and reasonable; pos
session June 1. Address Z-26, care Age
Herald.
FARM LANDS_
'FARMS ANYWHERE IK'ALABAMA
For Sal* by
INGRAM REALTY COMPANY.
Emplr* Bldg. Phon* Main HIT.
MUI
_ KODAKS
Films developed, loo pSrTSiC^fSStirso
and 4c each. Prompt attention and
work the best. Coy ell Co
SCRAP IRON
Scrap Iron, Braee, Lead, Copper. Writ,
WELLER A CO.,
u* for hlgheet market prlcea
Birmingham. Ala.
t-10-gft-sii-we-tf
ART GLASS
glass for lamp shades. 1328 1st ave.
5-2-J0t
STOCK CERTIFICATES
LEGAL BLANKS
LITHOGRAPH BONDS
SEAL PRESSES
RUBBER STAMPS
Mannfaetnrcd Bp
ROBERTS & SON, (Ino.)
“The Bis Alabama Hoaae"
1810-1812 THIRD AVE.
Pbaa* SMI Mala
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LEGAL NOTICES
V V N*>^/WrN^»
Notice of Stockholders’ Meeting, Inter
State Mortgage A Bond Company
The regular annual meeting of the
stockholders of Inter-State Mortgage
and Bond company will be held at the
principal office of the company, 605
Woodward building, Birmingham, Ala.,
on Tuesday, June 16, 1914, between the
hours of 11 a. m. and 2 p. m., at to-wit,
12 o’clock noon, for the purpose of
electing directors and of transacting
such other business as may be brought
before the meeting.
B. H. COOPER, President.
OLA G. BROWNE, Secretary.
5-16-2t-sat
Bachelors,
Here’s the Idea
We have several single rooms
left for bachelors; also suites
with private baths. The Ridge
ly is just the place to he private,
and to be close to the clubB and
the city.
Several friends can clhb to
gether en suite and reduce the
expense of apartments.
Let us show you the Ridgely.
You will like It.
JEMISON
Real Estate and Ins. Co.
Ground Floor First Nat. Bank
Building
Members Birmingham Real Es
tate Exchange
Phone 5280
For Sale by Owner
At a sacrifice, a beauti
ful 9-room home, in Nor
wood, cash basis. Suit
able terms can be ar
ranged.
Apply 2008 3rd Ave.
Phone 9186
For Sale
Forty thousand feet of second
hand lumber. A bargain if
taken at once.
Wells Bros. Co.
2013 5th Ave.
SPECIAL TO WOMEN
The most economical, cleansing and
germicidal of all antlaeptlca la
A soluble Antiseptic Powder to
be dissolved in wa ter ns needed.
As a medicinal antiseptic for douches
in treating catarrh, inflammation or
ulceration of noae, throat, and that
caused by feminine ilia it has no equal.
For ten years the Lydia E. Pinkham
Medicine Co. has recommended Paxtine
in their private correspondence with
women, which proves its superiority.
Women who have been cured say
it is “worth its weight in gold.” At
druggists. 60c. large box, or by maU.
The Paxton Toilet Co, Boston, Maas.
Just Another Chance to Buy a
Home Cheap—$3,250
Six-room modern bungalow home, at Roebuck Springs, north of golf links,
facing circle, close to street car, had • full sited rooms, inclusive of sleeping
porch, garage, chicken house already built, large lot, facing east. This j
place Is brand new and you can't beat It for a home. Small cash payment to ' f
good party. Ask Rufus A. Russell, with ,, “
Minge Mortgage & Realty Co.
mil IMS JRFTRRSOX COUNTY KUDO.
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