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| . Paid 3% Dividends Twice a Year for Over Twenty three Years s V i Our special Stock Certificates have paid 3 per cent dividend twice a year for over 23 years, re ; gardless of financial conditions. When you invest vour monev in ‘‘The Alabama Home” Special Certificates you eliminate all the troubles, expense and uncertainty of making your own investments, or investing through agents who are often as inexperienced as yourself. Then, it is nlways a matter of uncertainty as to whether you can realize the money on such investments when you de- I sire to do so. The officers of ‘‘The Alabama Home” have had over twenty-three years’ experience in business in this district, and therefore are thorough ly posted as to values—and you can always get the money invested in these Certificates back when you f : want it, regardless of the condition of the money | market. H. M. ROBERTSON. W. V. M. ROBERTSON, President. General Manager. W. A. PORTER. W. V. M. ROBERTSON, JR., Treasurer. Assistant Manager. Cash Paid-in Capital $1,500,000.00 ONE CENT A WORD ■Mpjo Xa«cmo33« pnn qin;i non •jMnj »*J1J •>«»# •*Ur n«m «M| au| ntnfii) ■pa an i tun m pjoaa u inaa anil—SH I VM VVAISAJO) 8nA V iiNu ice at i9zb *lin ave._n-.U-tf WE anarpen safety razor blades uetier than new, 26c dozen. Send them parcel post. Robert Prowell Stove Co., Birming ham, Ala. 6-14-tf WE buy second hand clottfes, shoes, for cash. Phone 1581. 2116 Second. 1-20-tf FREE dental work, 1 to 4 p. m. Dental College, Ave. F and 20th St. 10-S-tf WANTEt)—The men and women of Bir mingham to know that they can get work done by a first class tailor at reasonable prices. If you have a gar ment that needs relining, altering or repairing let us do It. The finest garments can be entrusted to our care. Gluck's Cleaning Co., 1713 3d ave. Phone 237JJ._ WANTED—ALL VEHICLE OWNERS lo ship their w’heels to Birmingham and have them rubber tired by the EX CLUSIVE RUBBER tlUE CO. with Goodyear wing rubber at these prices: 4-wheel sets, %-inch buggy rubbers, at $10 a set; 4-wheel sets, 1-inch size, $12 a set. THE EXCLUSIVE RUBBER TIRE CO., 1600 2d ave., wholesale and retail dealers in rubber tires, wires, torches and supplies. ALL WORK GUARANTEED. 8-11-tu-thu-au-tf WANTED—People who wear glasses tc send their broken glasses here and save money by dealing direct with the man who grinds them. Send glasses by parcel poBt or call personally; accuracy guaranteed. J. H. Stanton, Manufac turing Optician, Woolworth Bldg., 19tli st. and 3d ave., Birmingham, Ala. t ll-6-6t T REE dental work, 3 to 1 p. m. Dental College, Ave. F and 20th st. 10-8-tf \ ANTED—To exchange, unincumbered income Birmingham property for a farm; good trade for well 1 >cated farm. Address owner, P-85, care Age-Herald. U-8-lUt-su-tu-th-fr v ANTED—Public stenographic work by -?ood stenographer; neat work; price* reasonable. Call Room 229 First Nu ional Bank Bldg. *\ ANTED—To exchange 160 acres coal, /tow in operation, on railroad. 2 veins, minimum $100 month; will take some good income property part pay. Letter Carrier 6, city. LET us clean your clothes and hats; get your winter clothes out while it is warm and let us clean thrni; velour, soft and derby hats cleaned; full dress suits pressed by expert pressers, 60c. Just Phone M^in 2372. Gluck's Cleaning Co.. 1713 3d five. WHAT do you want for your good sec one hand buggy? Write S. C. Johns ton, Morris ave., describing fully. Must be cheap. A. -------- HARRY’S SHOOTING GALLERY— NOW LOCATED AT «P»7 2ND AVE. S /HINTED—To rent furnished house, cou ple without children; want to rent fur nished house on South Highlands; will only rent by month. 0-85, care Age Herald. V/ANTED—To buy 'several hundred liu Hi - els good, sound whlpporwill peas for shipment by December; will pay draft from responsible parties; mail samples and quote prices. Address J. T. Walker, broker, Memphis, Tenn. JL -rt LIVE STOCK and~trmk for carfy mar ket can be successfully raised in this state; a man of family, strictly sober, experienced and a hard worker wants to arrange with party owning large tract of Ifend on railroad, near city, with good schools and churches; also close or in touch with markets in large cities; un derstands the care and raising of Hve Stock, truck gardening, hot bed and hot house gardening, for early markets; would be pleased to have Interview with party owning land who would ho willing to make arrangements, either on a sal * ary basis or furnish on shares; can fur nish references. Address Experience P. O. Box 228, Anniston, Ala. Tor SALK IMMEDIATELY, AT REAS ONABLE PRICE. FURNITURE, IN eluding linen and SILVER. 12-ROOM HOUSE. PROPERLY EQUIPPED TO CARE FOR 16 PEO PLE. APPLY 1820 6TH AVE. N. V/ANTED —Furniture to repair, revrnee and reAnlsh; broken and lost parts re placed; special work made to order; a years experience with leading Arms ti eaat and north. Call Main 7166-W. 11-8-3 f 'Jd—o6iNS wanted,’ J100 paid for dim' ’S94 S. mint; 175 for trade dollar 1884 cash premiums paid for rare coins *< !*3; send 4c; get our large coin cir rular; It may mean much profit t< you; aend now. Numismatic Bank. Dept JO, Ft Worth, Tex, ONE CENT A WORD HATES—On« cent m word n day| no «4 token for Iron thou 2Rc for flmt Inner* tl«»n. <'w»h wnmt wopnmtm n t order. WANTED feDKr,?lurr<?a>sv?ni,it-,^vT^rtR>Tiesr^Jo1n^Sout* excursion November 18. 403-4 Jefferson Bunk Bldg. A GOOD team of mules. Apply Boss Liv ery Co.. Ensley, Ala. WANTED—Sewing to do by expert dress* maker; satisfaction guaranteed; reason able price.*. Call Main 4365, Mrs. May, 2316 N. ~»h ave. WANTED—To buy a 7 or 8 bank adding machine; give lowest price and address K-86, care Age-Herald. W ANTED—A well trained yonng goat. Wagon and harness also, if in good condition. Address A-86, care Age Herald. ll-8-2t WANTED—AT THE BEST THEATRE THIS WEEK, 10.000 PEOPLE TO SEE THE GAY NEW YORK MUSICAL COMEDY COMPANY. 11 CLEVER PEOPLE, MOSTLY GIRLS; PRICES HAVE NOT CHANGED AT THI3 BEST; CO MINUTES OF MUSICAL COMEDY AND THREE REELS OF UNIVERSAL PICTURES GO TO MAKE A PROGRAMME WORTH WHILE, ON TUESDAY MATTNEE AND NIGHT THE TREY OF HEARTS WILL BE SHOWN. YOU CAN T AF FORD TO MISS SEEING THIS SEN SATIONAL P1CTFRE. THE PRICE, FIVE AND TEN CENTS ONLY. WHY PAY MORE ELSEWHERE FOR SHOWS THAT ARE NOT AS GOOD? ! « I WANTED—Cotton bolls with steins In | bulk by the thousand. Give best price f. o. b. Birmingham. Address Cotton, Box 396, Birmingham. WANT $14,000 from private party on very fertile and improved plantation worth 136,000; no brokerage, but good interest. J. c. Crowson, P. O. Box 528, city. SITUATION^ WANTED WANTED—Position by bright young lady as stenographer or cashier; expe rienced in both lines. Address W-78, care Age-Herald. 10-30-tf W ANTED—Position by thorough and capable business woman, well exper ienced in stenography and general office work: a trial will demonstrate my efficiency. Phone Main 5814-W. ___11 -7-3t WANTED—Situation by young married man, fair education, references: any thing honest considered; seven years' experience running and firing loco motive; can keep up engine; must have work. Address T-85, care Age Herald. WANTED—Work; 56 years of ^age; active, neat, sober and capable; know the city thoroughly; clerk, porter, ■watchman, yardman, dishwasher, any thing you will offer. Address Urgent, care Age-Herald. 11 -8-3t SUCCESSFUL SALESMAN WITH Y~ HIED BUSINESS EXPERIENCE WANTS POSITION IN THE CITY. IF YOU HAVE AN OPENING WOULD BE PLEASED TO TALK IT OVER WITH YOU. ADDRESS E-85, CARE AGE-HERALD, WANTED—Position, by young man 23 years of age. with three years’ experi ence as stenographer and billing clerk; willing to work. Address X. Y. C., care Box 104, Concord. Ga. I-R EN< 'I i M AN Mid vvifo, first class want situation; good references; was chef at Ridgely apartments for six months; French ooking is very economi cal; cun run hotel or restaurant. Clrls tinet, 127fr 20th st., south. ll-y-St J POSITION wanted by young married man j as collector or anything steady; must j have work and will work for any reason l able salary; best of refereneeB. Address j U-85, care Age-Herald. ll-8-3t ^ ANTED—Position by experienced collector, married man, age 30; strictly sober, steady worker and knows Greater Birmingham. I be lieve that 1 can get the money if it can be had. Good references. W. H.. care Age-Herald. ; ■ r~ LADIES AND MEN- BUY YOUR DRY GOODS WHERE YOU CAN SAVE 5 TO 10 CENTS ON THE YARD; 15 CENT DRESS GINGHAM. 8 CENTS; 12^ -CENT OUTING. 7 $4 CENTS; ; COTTON FLANNEL 12 V4-CENT ' KIND. 7% CENTS; SEA ISLAND, 6*4 1 CENTS. SERGES IN ALL COLORS. II QUALITY. 59 CENTS: WHITE FLANNEL 25-CENT KIND, 10 • CENTS: 39.CENT WHITE FLANNEL. 22 V, CENTS; APRON GINGHAM, 5 i CENTS A YARD. THOUSANDS OF OTHER BARGAINS YOU CAN FIND AT THE REMNANT STORE, 2017 2D AVB. _,_ — ONE CENT A WORD RATES—One rent ■ wnrS n dan an ad. taken for lew than life tor flrat Inaer tlon. rw.li mw. wppnnifm n ▼ order. _WANTED—MALE HELP TOt N*(3 man. well ndueated. typewriter clerk, machinery experience preferred; state age, experience, salary. Address _Z-84, care Age-Herald. ll-8-3t WANTED—Ambitious mi.n ovsr 21~and employed, to study law about six hours per week; easy, thorough. Ad dress X-76, care Age-Heruld. 10-27-1.7t-tue-thu-su MAKE MONEY with us. Amount de pends upon time devoted; no canvassing. Ambitious local man wanted. Address Ostrander, Dept. 100, 12 W. 31st St., New _ York, _g-30-tf-su INVESTIGATORS work In every county In the United States; $15 to $75 per week to start. Write Fidelity Secret Service, Wheeling, W. Va. ll-l-6t-su Wanted—Men to leam the barber trade; few weeks completes; position open; tuition $26; free catalog. Birmingham Barber College, Birmingham. _2-2-tf-frl-su-wed. I WANT h man of good character, aged from 20 to 60. to act as my special rep resentative in this section; no peddling or canvassing; high class, dignified work that you will like; can make much more than you are earning at present. Tf you are honest, ambitious and anxious to become Independent for life, write me today. McDonnell, A-700 Marden Bldg., ^Washington, D. C. ll-l-18t-su-we GOVERNMENT positions are easy to get. My free booklet, Y-209, tells how. Write today—now. Earl Hopkins, Washington, P. C._ll-l-18t-su-wt I WILL pay honest men up to $80 month ly; spare time; home work; no canvass ing; no capital; mail order business. Voorhles, Desk 1, Omaha, Neb. WANTEIV-Names and addresses by mall order houses; big pay; horns work; In formation for stamp. Direct Appeal Co., Plymouth, Ind. WANTED-^ust through with a success ful stay of 15 days in Atlanta, Ga. Will open In Birmingham Monday morning at Morris hotel, Room 2, and will give clean and profitable city employment to 8 hustling young men. Only proposition of its kind in existence. Call between 8 and 11 a. m. MEN—WOMEN-—$25 weekly collecting all kinds names and addresses; no canvassing: send stamp. Superba Co., X-163, Baltimore, Md. $2600 ANNUALI,Y-Co-operate with me evenings at home. Everything furnished. Don’t worry about capital. Boyd H. Brown, Omaha, Neb. W ANT ED—A man experienced in dairying to take charge of a new dairy and stock raising proposition; give references. Ad dress Q-So, care Age-Herald. RELIABLE man wanted In each county, straight salary and expense contract, to demonstrate our "Tire Saver" to auto owners who have requested same. Can use few men two hours dally at 60c hourly. Exclusive territory for live gen eral agents. Address Sales Manager, G09 Marbrldge Bldg., New York city. LOOK—We wltl teach you the barber trade and give you position in our shops at good wages, TOOLS FREE, ALL for $30. Terms, $15 down—$15 in 10 «lays; you make money while learning; write us today. Jacksonville Barber College, 822 W. Bay St., Jack sonville, Fla. 11-8-lOt-su-tu-th-sat WANTED at once, physician for lumber company, $125; commissary manager, $75; foremen sawyers, filers, $100; engineers, firemen, $75; linterman, $3.50; box factory foreman (top salary); rip sAwyers, blocksetters, edgerman, $2.60; man to oversee weaving room In cotton factory; rapid loderman, $3.50; office manager, traveling salesmen; together with sev eral other high-class openings If you are a sawmill mechanic, mechanical or cler ical. Address this office, Mack’s, Me ridian, Miss. SALES MANAGER wanted In each city to handle street men, agents and the trade for Kut-No-Chek, the new letter opener and paper cutter. A little nov elty that is raising a sensation wherever introduced; exclusive rights In each city to a man with a few dollars capital and a little office. Kut-No-Chek Co., 1 Madison ove.. New York. SALESMAN for local territory to sell popular line of flavoring extracts and grocers’ sundries. Sells to all stores. Liberal commission. Any man willing to work can make fine salary. Address National Manufacturing Co., Dept. B, Chattanooga, Tenn. INTELLIGENT person may earn $8 to $20 weekly during spare time at home, writing for newspapers. Send for par ticulars. Press Syndicate, 023 Washing ton, D. C. GOVERNMENT positions in postoffice, railway mail and other branches are good. Prepare for "exams" under for mer It. S. civil service' secrotary-exam iner. Booklet G-l, free. Write today. Patterson Civil Service School, Roches ter, N. Y. WANTE D—HARN10SS CUTTE'RS, SADDLE CUTTERS AND SAD DLE HANDS. APPLY J. B. SICK LES SADDLERY CO., ST. LOUIS, MO. SALE8MEN-I5 to $20 per day, presenting free the most startling and useful arti cle ever offered with a magazine. Per manent position. National Magazine, 39 W. 21st st.. New York. EVERYWHERE—Good pay to men will ing to distribute circulars, samples, tack signs, etc. No canvassing. Continental Register, Chicago. HI1HTLERS—$20 to $30 made weekly dlT tributing circulars, samples, tacking signs, etc. Advertisers National Agency, Dept. B-20, Chicago. WANTED—N e w s agents on railroad trains; cash security required. Union News Co.. Terminal station. PI A NO flpisher wanted: must understand the business; state experience, where employed; all letters confidential. Ad dress X-86, care Age-Herald. FARM LANDS FARMS~'XNYWHliRE~Tfir^X33CBAMA For Sale by INGRAM REALTY COMPANY, Empire Bldg. Phone Main 1197. 8-22-tf IK 1NTEKK8TER. write ub for lnfor matlon booklet With list of farms we have for sale in Madison county, Ala. Enterprise Real Estate Co., Huntsville, Ala. 100 CHOICE Improved and unimproved farms for sale on easy terms in east ern Oklahoma Charles Allen, owner, Claremore. Okla. FOR SALE—146-acre farm, 40 acres com merclal orchard, Winesap and Ben Davis apples; 20 acres timber, balance in fine state of cultivation; fair improve ments; near church and school; 3 miles north of Goreville, on C. & R I. R. R.;! $4o acre. J. I. Reed, Goreville, 111. FOR RENT- lOO acre farnT, well watered, | fine pasture, 12 miles from Birming ham, on East I^ake pike. $16 per month. Orchard Terrace farm, 38 acres, well watered, walking distance Birmingham, $20 per month. Kelley Realty Co., own ers, 1025 First National Bank. Phone 16. FINE farm of 200 acres, close In to sta tion, on pike and railroad with all conveniences; 90 acres open, level, fer tile; 500 fruit trees; two springs and freestone well; two dwellings. 5 and 3 rooms; large barn: possession soon; price Just $22.50/per acre. Address Rid L. Beacon, Whitney, Ala. _8TOV E REPAIRING ^ ST< )VE repaiTlng^ToweBt prices^work guaranteed, experienced workmen; let us get your heaters and ranges in shape for winter. I’none the Miller Stove Works, Main Al-3-tt —--J_ ONE CENI A WORD RATER—One rent a word o dayt wo ai token for leu than 21V for first lnaier flow. r>«>i >»- «i«t mrowimny order. _Bt SINESS CHANCKS_ LISTEN^^VoiT^ to~invest, and are the right kind of man, willing to de vote greater part of your time to a proposition that will net you a nice in come, communicate with me at once; money will not be considered unless you can meet other requirements. Address "Safety,” care Age-Herald. ll-7-2t WE would buy a coal oompany store and pay a percentage of sales to company for privlleke of handling their checks. Address B-83, care Age-Herald. ll-7-2t INVESTIGATORS work in every coun ty In the United States; $16 to $75 per week to start. Write Fidelity Secret Service, Desk 20, Wheeling, W. Va. lO-ll-St-su A SUBSTANTIAL* corporation wants reliable party to establish office and manage salesmen. Should pay $3^00 to $16,000 annually; $800 to $700 will finance business; you handle your own money. References exchanged. Sales Manager, 406 Fisher Bldg., Chicago, 111. 9-G-sun-tf WANTED—Ideas; write for list of in ventions wanted by manufacturers and prices offered for Inventions; our four books sent free; patent secured or fee returned. Victor J. Evans & Co., Wash ington, D. C. 9-20-Qt-su BUT oil stock in $01,000,000 company; Just organised; ground floor propositon; 100 per cent dividends 90 days possible; 20 wells at once; quick action on your money; limited number shares at 2c share; $10 buys $600 par value stock; big advance in stock soon; selling fast; re mit 'now. Write for free information. Dividends declared soon. Amalgamated Oil Company, 1140 Colcord Bldg, Okla homa, Okla. $20 INVESTED now may make $2000; 1 terms $1 monthly; interest In land and oil development. Address Bennett Co., 342 First National Bank Bldg., Hous ton, Tex. OWN a business; make $2500 to $5000. Here's your chance. Co-operate with me evenings at home in a big money prop osition; everything furnished. Don't worry about capital. Write quick. Boyd H. Brown, Dept, K, Omaha, Neb. HARRY'S SHOOTING GALLERY NOW LOCATED AT 2207 2ND AVE. THE UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITER CO. places its free employment department at your service. Call us when in need of stenographers, bookkeepers and typ ists. Prompt and efficient service guar anteed. ESTA I’I.isi jki » manufacturer wimti state manager; high-class article; should pay $10,000 annually; $60o to $1000 capital. Will pay expenses to Chicago if you are man we want. References. Richardson, 37 W. Van Buren, Chicago. ONE CENT A WOOD RATK.H—Oae eeat ■ ward • d«ri *•• >4 taken for lena than 21k for first Inaer tl«»o. rwh mint wcrnwptny order, ANT WA N TED—High cdas^ ^experfenced', lubricating oil, grease and specialty salesman by largest refiner; best sal cry and expenses paid; give experi ence and several references first let ter. Address E-69, care Age-Herald. 9-I7-14t-su SALESMEN, agents everywhere; new auto fuel; permanent. Address Tankii, Cleveland. O. 9-20-4t-su SALESMEN-We desire the services of reliable and ambitious men, with selling experience, to cover choice territory, beginning January 1, 1915, with our new line of art and business calendars, advertising fans, pencils and specialties In leather, celluloid, cloth and metal. It Is a line with merit and worthy of the best efforts of the most capable sales men. Address the Shaw Advertising Co., Kansas City, Mo. ll-l-2t-su fe ALMSMEN—Introduce a sure winner; particulars and sample free. Mutual Sales Co., Desk N. Odd Fellows' Bldg., St. Louis, Mo. SA LESM E N—T h r ee biTgh t young m en~to learR to be specialty salesmen; good ones earn $100 a week. W. S. Finley, 414 Prospect, Cleveland. O. WANTED—A high grade, experienced salesman as district manager for this territory on the biggest monev-inaking specialty ever offered to the retail trade. Write at once. National Magnetic Sign Co., Reserve Building, Cleveland. O. SPECIALTY salesmen looking for an ex clusive line should handle our framed glaes calendars and thermometers; noth ing like them on the market; good com missions, paid promptly. Write fully re garding yourself end let us show you. Mueller Bros. Art A Mfg. Co., 2661 W. Polk st., Chicago. LIVE wire salesmen to place punch boards; can easily earn $50 a week; ex perience unnecessary. Crescent Sales Company, 90S W. Madison st., Chicago, III._ ... SALESMEN WANTED—Experience un necessary, easy work, big pay. Write for large list of openings offering opportu nities to earn $100 to $500 a month while you learn. Address nearest office. Dept. 163, National Salesmen’s Training Asso ciation, Chicago. New York, Kansas City, San Francisco. EXP. short account register salesmen; new aluminum system, best in the mar ket, pays largest com. Wirth Sales Book Co., Chicago. SALESMEN WANTED-Best "year's bus Iness In 10 years warrants big Increase in our selling force; line staple, well known, sells direct from factory to mer chant. We want a good live wire spe cialty salesman for Alabama territory. Will pay better than $3000 per year. Box 495 Iowa City, la. RESIDENT salesman with following by muslin drawer manufacturer. A. B. C. Underwear Co., 9 Walker street, New York. ARRIVA1, AND DEPARTURE OF PASSENGER TRAINS, III R MIN GUAM The following schedule figures are published only as information, and are not guaranteed. miOII\(;nV6| ||.;io,| A, Vj’ATIO* IhM.nlevUi STATION v„ * , Southern Hallwai Seaboard Air Line Rjr. »o°v-_ v’7’7* frf'™ £v°- Depart to— No. Arrive from • No. Depart to— 12 20 pm 30 New 5 ork M}"™ 5 New York 16:0ft pm 0 New York 7il5am ?i ifun)n k 2:52 prn 7ortc ,J ?2 Pm n New York 12:15 pm 12 New York 8:00 pm iS;Ss thus , ww »». SaISSS iSilSSS ISiK*. SiiSSS N irotaTr"^, , 16 Columbus 11:15 am 11 Greenvtlie 6 45 am •Vo- Arrive from— No. Depart to— 1« Oreenrille T :B5 pm 1# Mebile Uelme 7 :00 am ? QUMOT . . „. „ * :?3 PP WffW UJSjB MWobn.Selm. “ioSpS fbf'iumbu. MSgS 1-OHWvlM.K * >»Htll.l.K STATION .tpckaonvnie 12 26 nil) 24 .inrkaonvllle 4:0b nm I,. >. |t. R. Oueen A- N*o. Arrive from No. Depart to— HueenidL treaieat Route 1 Cincinnati R:B2nm 1 New Orleans 9:00 am A* ”• «■ 2 New Orleans 12:10 pm 2 Cincinnati 12:22 pm No. Arrive from— No. Depart to— 3 Cincinnati 3:25 pm 8 New Orleans 8:40 pm 1 Cincinnati 10:06 pm 1 Bhr'pt Sc N. O. 10:15 pm 4 New Orleans 8.37 pm 4 Cincinnati i 8:45 pm n Orleans 6:10 am 2 Cln. & N. Y. 0 :20 am *5 Decatur 7:30 pm *0 Decatur 0:15 am 3 Cincinnati 10:15 am 8 New Orloans 10:26 am 70lnclnnatl 8:50 am 7 Montgomery 4:05 am 4 New Orlenns 6:00 pm 4 Cincinnati 6:05 pm 8 New Orleans 11:53 pm 8 Cincinnati 12:01 am S2iatlan00*a 11:38 am 5 Meridian 4:10 pm 10 Montgomery 7:15 pm 0 Montgomery 0:20 am 21 Omttanooga 9:00 pm 6 Chattanooga 4:00 pm 12 Montgomery 10:45 am 11 Montgomery 0:60 pm iSiIer!2!‘n J®:*2a,n 22 Chattanooga 5:05 am *l-r» Uftintur io:..1.5 am .14 Uccjitnr_1;00 Pro Frleeo Linen No. Arrive from - No. Depart to— No. Arrive from No. Depart to— 80 Praco f :15 pm 38 Praco 8:25 am ••«£anaaB 3:50 pm 106 Kanaaa City 12:30 pm 48 Tuscaloosa 11:10 am 41 Blocton 0:30 am 103 Kansas City 6:15 am 104 Kansas City 10:30 pm 42 Blocton 7:25 pm 40 Blocton 2:55 pm 920 Amory 10:15 am P20 Amory 3:25 pm 45 Anniston 10:40 am 44 Anniston 3:40 pm 921 Memnhls 6:55 pm 622 Memphis 7:0ft am 47 Anniston 6:50 pm 46 Anniston 8:33 am -'-IV.ltrnl o( tin. IlyJ- MU Tuy.loo.. it 3,0 Iffi , jOj TiigwlnoM „ ,,7 ;00»,q. No. Arrive from No. ' Depart te— A., II. * a! 1 Macon 10:10 pm 2 Macon 7:00 am No. Arrive from— No. Depart to— 2 Jacksonville 12:15 pm 10 Jacksonville 4:3.5 pm 23 noancle 11:30 am 2ft Manchester 7:80 am 3 Savannah 13 <U r>m 4 Savannah 3:30 pm 25 Manchester 6:00 am 24 Roanoke 4:15 pm Trains marked thus (•) run dally except Sunday. Other trains run dally. Central time. __ BUSINESS;.g_HANCjES - "IN n<iomTtaTrur'o?/^NewwM«j^ <lcn the world's riches.”—Humboldt. Get your share through Mutual Placer Min ing Co., .Santa Fe. New Mexico. Infor mation free. A YOUNG man with moderate financial backing can absolutely control Birming ham and vicinity for the sale of an au tomobile acctssory, which is a proved success and fast seller in every section where agencies are now established. Moderate priced; applied to any car In five minutes. Widely advertised In na tional magazines and the trade papers. Address, giving qualifications, Suite 903 r. S. Rubber Bldg., 1790 B'way, New York. WANT FID—A party with $3000 to invest Jn going company that is now showing 10 per cent on investment; can offer management branch plant, Birmingham district, at salary $125 per month; only live, wide-awake hustler considered. Company will bear thorough Investi gation. Write P. O. Box 3S1, city. MR." FOUNDRYMAN—Your cupola is j the heart of your business; are you getting proper results? Have had 14 years' experience; open for position. Address S-85, care Age-Herald. GOOD roads culvert pipe is in greater demand today than ever; have patent protection on cast iron culvert that surpasses anything on the market; want party with $6000 to join me. Address R-85, care Age-Herald. WANTED—Ideas; write for list of In ventions wanted by manufacturers and prices offered for inventions; our four books sent free; patent secured or fee returned. Victor J. Evans & Co., Wash ington, D. C. ll-8-6t-BU WANTED—ACTIVE MAN WITH $5000 TO JOIN IN MANUFACTURING BUSINESS THAT PAYS HANDSOME RETURNS. DON'T ANSWER UN LESS YOU HAVE THE CASH AND MEAN BUSINESS. P. O. BOX 418. FOR SAEE-^Iodern, up-to-date cafe, lo cated in the central part of the city, patronized by the better class of peo ple; owner retiring from business; ex ceptional bargain to the right party. Address B. B. Selph, 210 W. Braver st.. Jacksonville, Fla. _WANTED—BUAUDfciKS F>ARTIES~wTffinSf"'toJ"pay~,good Trice for good board, with comfort* of home, hot water, furnace heat, large room, limited number. Apply 2177 Highland av*. Phone 233S-J._»-24-tf SMALL, congenial boarding hou*e would like two gentlemen or couplo for the winter; reasonable prices; reference*. Phone 1624-J._ R-3-6t ELEGANTLY furnished room with board, centrally located. 1920 6th ave., N. 10-23-10t-fr-su-we ROOMS and board, $4.60 per week; also housekeeping room*, very cheap; lust opened up; cheapest and most conven ient place In town. 2418 6th ave. tolOB front room furnished or unfur nlslied for rent, with board to mar ried couple or two young men. 3032 Ensley ave., Cherokee station. EXCELLENT board and room on'three car lines; modern home. South High lands; garage If deslr*d. Main 1826. ll-8-2t LOST—STRAYED—STOLEN months old; sable with white markings; last seen In Ensley. Notify D. C. Van Merkestyn, 2423 Teack ave., and recelv* reward.__ L6sT—At Rlckwood park on afternoon November 7, one gold loop earring; finder will please call Ml** Bell* Hob arts at Main 4011. lOH I IMgHsMMlMiiaaiaaiasyaaMaliefeii. _W ANTED —SALESMEN__1 WANTED—Sales manager ~for“*~BlrmIng ham and adjoining territory; must be capable of handling men and have a small amount of cash for the beat spe cialty ever offered, as we consign one half amount of stock carried. Call on Mr. Phillips Monday morning after 9 a. m., Molton hotel. Carter-Brady Co., Mfga. _ __ _ WANTED—Experienced high class salesmen, commission basis, for Van expansion bolt; sella to any firm hav ing anything to fasten to masonry; big thing for a big man. The Charles A. Scott Co., 500 Central Bldg., Roch ester, N. Y. _ SALESMAN wanted for permanent con nection worth $5000 to $7000 annually to j producers who are willing to work 10 j months in the year. Line is strongly; advertised in best trade papers, and Is sold to all classes of retail dealers in towns and smaller cities. Old estab lished, highly-rated Arm. Do not answer this ad unless willing to furnish refer ences and small bond. Dept. A, 401 Ivesnpr Bldg., Chicago. SIDE LINE MEN—Electric sign; outsell ing everything at $10; flashes change able wording in radiant beams of electric light; terms, 30 days; free sample; ex clusive territory. Flashtrio Sign Co., Chicago. __ WE want aggressive regular and side line salesmen to sell our popular-priced line of water colored calendars; season! starts January 1; we are manufacturers, I not jobbers; you can earn $10 to $20 daily; also Imported advertising novel ties. Empire Art Co., Chicago. SALESMEN—Capable specialty man for Alabama; staple line on new and ex ceptional terms; vacancy now; attract ive commission contract; $35 weekly for expenses. Miles F. Blxler Co., 2-46 Carlin Bldg., Cleveland, O. SALESMEN wanted to sefi~our fine line of advertising calendars, leather goods and novelties; over 1000 different pieces of leather goods, memorandum boons and diaries, as well as the best ilne of calendars and specialties; we have the reputation of being the most pro gressive house in the advertising spe cialty field. The Elwood Myers Co., Springfield, O. 20TH CENTURY M A R V EL—M y 1914 book; 60 shortest methods on earth; add 600 figures per minute; multiply, subtract, divide, compute Interest, frac tions, measurements, like lightning; prove without figures; everybody buys; easy to learn; salesmen gaining money; price $1. Write today. Desk 1, prewett Institute, Houston, Tex. QEIGER 'BROTHERS of Newark, N. J.. makers of an extensive line of adver tising calendars, blotters, fans and spe cialties in leather, metal, celluloid, wood and paper, have an opening In this territory for a hustler; previous exper ience not absolutely necessary; Inter esting all year round work; liberal com mission; to start with new line Jan ury 1. A good opportunity; write to day. announcements The Birmingham Upholeterlng company has opened at 2104 Ave. B. and la pre pared to do hlgh-claae automobile and furniture upholaterlng and furniture finishing. Reasonable and absolute sat isfaction guaranteed or money refunded. Rhone Main 0481,ll-«-7t HOTELS 2016 6th Ave. Cleanest and brightest rooms In city ' Hot and cold running water. Bathe home comforts—hotel service L_______ ONE CENT A WORD RATER—One cent n word n dnyt nm ad tnkeo for le»» than 25* for flrxt Inoer. ■ low rmh mntit wooomnwnv order . WANTED AGENTS ~ WANTED—State" and county agents ~tc handle our new Spark Gap. This gai eliminates Ignition trouble and save buying new apark plugs; greatest selle of the age. Notamlse Spark Gap Com pany, >03 HIppee Bldg., Dei Moines, tn. 11-7-2 USE your spare time to build up a mal order business of your own. We hell you start for a share In profits; 27 op portunltlcs. Particulars free. Oppor tunltles Exchange. Buffalo. N. T. _ U-l-2t-si AGENTS—$15 a day; sells Itself; besi selling specialty on market; write foi booklet today. Doniphan Importing Co., Doniphan, Neb. AGENTS to sell our tire repair outfit” t< motorcyclists; $1.40 profit on every sale Writ# today. Japet Sales Company, Jef ferson st., Buffalo, N. Y. AGENTS make $5 dally advertising oui cigarettes; no canvassing; experienci unnecessary; yearly contract; weeklj settlements. Send 7 2-cent stamps foi supply printed matter. Instructions am contract. Oriental Cigarette Co. 191! Broadway, Dep't 53, New York. AGEJITS—Something new; fastest seller! and quickest repeaters on earth. Per manent, profitable business; good for $5! to $75 a week. Address, American Prod ucts Co., 1529 3d st.. Cincinnati, O. AGENTS—Stop canvassing^ learrT”how t successful mall order men do business get business, hold business; especlalli If these men tell you their own expe rlences In their own words. The Mal Order Business Builder gives you sue! Information direct from these men’i private offices from month to month 8end dime for sample copy of this 98 page magazine. Randolph Rose, publish er, 17* Pine st., Chattanooga, Tenn. JtfAkE *21 next Saturday; brand nev proposition, patented laat January amazing Invention, compressed air wash lng machine, weighs but two pounds excels work of high-priced machines oustomers excited: agents colnlni money. A sale at every house. Prlci only $1.50; 200 per cent profit. Cleam tub of clothes In 3 minutes; works Ilki magic. F. Hughea made $21 first 8 hours No charge for territory: business sup plies the capital: Investigate. Write now Wendell Co., 481 Oak st., Lelpslc O. Dbkl'T ke an agent; make i*0 weekly; co operate with me evenings at home others are growing rich. I will help yoi and furnish everything. Don't worn about capital. Boyd II. Brown, Dept 10, Omaha, Neb. AGENTS—!' you want to control terrltori on an article without competition, sell lng to everybody using knives and sets sors, write us at once. We are Intro duclng Kwlcksharp, the only maohln, made that anybody can properly sharper knives and scissors with. Absolutely n< experience needed. Field for sale enor moiis. Price low; your profit large; in vestlgate. Spengler-Loomis Mfg. Co.. 3' E. Randolph st,, Chicago, 111. k?EW necktie proposition For Eolldays $30 to $G0 per week from now untl Christmas. Outfit free up to Nov. 20 Write quick. Wilson Mfg. Co., B-312’ Lancaster, O. a /S Tr*vrfrS - _ L sales mgr. for our goods; fast offlc< seller; fine profits; particulars and sam pie free. One Dip Pen Co., 707 Dally Rec ord, naltlmore^Md^^ AOE NTS—kn usual opportunity; 150 pei cent profit: new; Just patented; sells t< nearly every householder. Secure terrl tory at once. Write for particulars. Ad dress Tllwc. 7118 Race st.. Pittsburg. Pa EVERYHOTISEHOLlTON* FARM IN SMALL TOWN OR 8UBURR8 where oil lamps are used, needs and wli buy the wonderful Aladdin Manth Lamp, burns common coal ol (kerosene): gives a light five times si bright as electric. One farmer cleared over 1500 In six weeks; hundreds wltl rigs earning $100 to $800 per month. N< cash required. We furnish capital to re liable meh. Write quick for wbolesah prices, territory and ample lamp foi free trial. Mantle Lamp Co., 701 Alad din Bldg., Chicago. Til._ AGENTS—Greatest offer ever made Eleven-piece toilet article set and $ carving set; all cost you 50r; sells foi $1; 20 sales a day easy. Write today Pierce Chemical Company, Station C Chicago. AGENTS ere making hlg money selllnf our wonderful specialties: easily hnn died. Write for particulars. Little Sup ply Co. 219 East 40th st.. New York city ENTIRELY new novelty: ennrmoiu profits; never before worked: sfilendlc opportunity. Write today; particular; free. Florence Specialty Company. 141 North Main st, Providence, R. I. AGENTS—Send a quarter for my scheme "How to Cfbt In the Houses." Opens th( doors: makes sales easy. I guarante; money back If dissatisfied. W. j. Lynch Schmidt Bldg.. Davenport, la. AGENTS—Positively the best cotnblna tlon vacuum cleaner and sweeper made Adjustable brush,' three bellows, nev dumping device. Agents price $3.75. Cal umet Co., 2937 Walnut, Chicago. ANY good photo enlarged free as samph of new process. Sells $1.98; costs regn larly 40c. No cheap crayon; a real bl| photograph. Porter-Motter, Chicago. WANTEf)—Party who fs selling ho slery In Birmingham vicinity direct to the consumer to handle our guar anteed hosiery for men, women and children; every pair absolutely guar anteed; only 10 cents a pair. Ad dress, Post Office Box 437, Tusca loosa. Ala. AGENTS—Oxo-Gas. the latest Inventloi for lighting and heating homes stores churches, etc.; SO per cent cheaper t( Install and operate than any «thei method. Exclusive sales right given Gloria Light Co., 1267 Washington BtVd. Chicago, 111. _ AGENT'S wanted for best selling bool published; one agent sold 13S the firs five days; write for terms and free out fit. Address Direct Advertising Co., r O. Box 27, Memphis, Tenn. AGENTS—To Introduce "Safety* First.' Protect your car, prevent accidents; au tomatlo new Invention; installed In 1 minutes. Price, $5. Draybold-Mott Co. Detroit, Mich. AGEN'rS wanted' for best selling boo) published; one agent sold 86 the firs day, another 138 first five days; mak< $10 to $25 working spare time only. Fo terms and free outfit, address Dr. Goss man, 526-B Georgia avenue, Chatta nooga, Tenn. ll-8-2t-s\ RESPONSIBLE manufacturer desire placing valuable agency, sure repeater permanent Income, business builder easy, no competition, protected terrltor: guaranteed. Perfection Company. 18 W 81st at., New York. AOEktS—You can secure biggest jin’ Christmas specialties by sending a 1 cent postcard to Dlv. 535, America; Aluminum Mfg. Co., Lemont, III. AGENTS—Stake $100 to $800 per montl easy soiling our new Triplicate Sauc Pan. Cooking three different foods oi one burner; saves gas; 400 specialties all whirlwind sellers. Write quick fo territory and large catalog. America; Aluminum Mfg. Co., Dlv. 3046, Lemon! Illlnola CHEWING GITM—We want good count; agents, to act as wholesalers. Most va rled quality line of chewing gums. Ex elusive territory, selling stores, hotels clubs and every place. Big profits; n dull season; light, Clean goods. Can b worked alone or with other line. Hel met Gum Co., Cincinnati. $1000*PER MAN-PER**COUNTY-8trang Invention startles world; agents amazed Ten lnexperlenoed men divide $40,00( Korstad, a farmer, did $8200 in U days Schleicher, a minister, $195 first 12 hours $1200 cold cash made, paid, banked b; Stoneman In 30 days, $16,000 to date, i hot or cold running water bath equip ment for any home at only $8.50. Sell heating; no plumbing or waterworks re qulred. Investigate. Exclusive salt Credit given. Send no money. Writ letter or postal today. Allen Mfg. Co ■M film Bid*, *fY-t o. —____*- - -- ...—. ONE CENT A WORD ■ KATES—-One cent ■ vmrd ■ dlfl i»« >4 # tnr Ipm than i!Rr for first IdM* tf«*o * n«»h witmt nirnmnn'iT order, - ^.WANTED AGENTS_ 1 AGENTS make big proflts'"handHng,~our > fast selling holiday post cards, novelty i signs, holiday decorations, pennants, etc.; 5000 varieties; demand unlimited; write today for free catalog. Sullivan Co., 1234 Van Buren st., Chicago. ^ start you In business, furnishing everything; men and women, $30 to $200 * , weekly operating our "New System Spe cialty Candy Factories." home or small room anywhere; no canvassing. Oppor tunity lifetime; booklet free. Ragsdale I Co., Box X, East Orange, N. J. ■ ll-8-2t-su WANTED—HELP $io~?oTl6^per^week"^copyiiigTetters^at borne; stamped envelope for reply. I Multi-Copy, 1073 Rayborn, Memphis. ' j Tenn,__10-30-lBt MEN, women, get government Jobs; 865 to $130 month; 2000 appointments month ly; write for list. Franklin Institute, Dept. 3-T, Rochester, N. Y. ___10-,10-1 mo-except mo-tu-th WANTED—Railway mall and postal clerks; examinations soon; over 3000 appointments yearly; prepare at home; write for plan No. 3a of pay- 1 I ment after appointment. Philadelphia Business College. Civil Service Dept Philadelphia. Pa. 11-4-30t ANY intelligent person may earn a good, steady income corresponding for news papers. We suggest subjects; no expe rience required. Address Press Corre sponding Bureau, Washington. District Columbia. _ 10-U-lS-U-8-8t WRITERS wanted at once to send us poems or melodies for new songs. We can compose music and arrange for publication Immediately. Dug dale Co., Dept. 401, Washington, D. C. _ ll-l-6t-su LADIES' AND MISSES' COATS AT ; $ half price; hurry to see THEM; $20 AND $23 LADIES' COATS IN ALL THE NEW MODELS, $8.75; MISSES' $12.50 COATS, $5.96; CHIL DREN'S COATS UP TO $8.50, NOW $3.45. WHY NOT BUY THEM FROM THE REMNANT STORE, 2017 2D AVB? POSITION S-SECU RED Wo can secure a position for you. If out of work or want a better posi tion, we can help you. f y CARTER EMPLOYMENT SERVICE 7 822 Empire Bldg. Phone 6965. 10-26-su-we-tf THE Remington Typewriter Company’s department can furnish you, free of charge, experienced stenographers, typ ist:- and stenographers. Phone Main 26. STORIES for motion pictures wanted; send for instruction book. 25c. Sce nario Exchange, 226 W. 60th, N. Y. HARRY’S SHOOTING GALLERY NOW LOCATED AT I I 2207 2ND AVE. I WILL pay reliable woman $250 for dis tributing 2000 free packages perfumed soap powder in your town; no money re quired. Ward & Co., 216 Institute PI.# Chicago. WANTED—White waitresses cafe workj manicurist barber shop; city salesmen, also women; hospital (experienced) or derly; colored day laborers churt pit, also sawmill# ship Monday. Other open- 1 | Inga. Room 626 Chamber of Commerce Building. DETECTIVE—Varied and Interesting work; big pay; study our course; write j to Walter J. Burns Correspondence ^ School, Tnc. Detective Training School. Burns Bldg., Detroit, Ml»?h. _ i i FREE^ei^P^workT^l^to^T p. m. Dental * _College. Ave. F and 20th st. 10-8-tf LADIES can make $10 to $15 weekly copying, addressing and mailing sam ples. Particulars for stamp. Hugo Sup ply Co., 2117 Broadway, Indianapolis, Ind. ll-l-4t-su OPPORTUNITY for ambitious women to make money; send for free cir cular about Business Woman’s Maga zine, new proposition. Write at once. P. O. Box llfl, Birmingham, Ala. STxLESLADIES"wanted In this city to \A sell our new’ Elastic Top Petticoats; P make $80 to $40 a week; write for partic ulars. Dept. M. The Fox Garment Co.# Lansing. Mich. ll-8-8t WANTED—10 good salesladies to work a house-to-house proposition for one of the largest retail grocery stores in city. Apply In person between 8:80 a. m. and noon Monday or Tuesday at 1223 Jeffer son County Bank Bldg. ll-8-2t WANTED—An experienced white nurse for infant; must have good references. Apply Mrs. V. Hugo Marx, 2611 Highland ave. __ GaTTTES—Immediately; filling and la- (Jj beling boxes; home work; evenings; steady; no experience; $12 weekly; no canvassing; excellent opportunity; enclose stamp. Erina Specialty Co.# f Toronto. Ont. WANTED—20 experienced white women for laundry work. Apply 821 22 Empire Bldg. Carter Employment Service. ___ MADAM—Earn $15 to $25 weekly; co operate with me evenings at home; » no canvassing; everything furnished. j Don’t worry about capital. I will help you. Boyd H. Brown. Omaha, Neb. BUY YOUR SHOES WHERE YOU CAN ! SAVE $1 ON A PAIR; LADIES’ LOW ANI) HIGH HEELS. BUTTON OH LACE. $3 KIND NOW $1.95; BOYS’ $2.95 SHOES. $1.89; MISSES’ $2.75 SHOES NOW $1.85. WHY NOT TRY A PAIR FROM THE REMNANT STORE, 2017 2D AVE? 1 $18 ‘PER W E E K—Expenses ad vancedT; women to travel and appoint agents for concentrated food flavors In tubes. Reliable Mfg. Co., Como Bldg., Chi- j cago. _ | $2.50 PER-day paid one lady In each j? ' town to distribute free circulars for concentrated flavoring: in tubes; per- t manent position. F. E? Barr Co., Chi cago. DO you want another $2 daily? No j experience, constant spare time work, knitting hosiery, machines furnished on contract; we take product. Help ing Hand Stores, Inc., Dept. 855, Chi cago. __ i LADIES can make $10~to $15 weekly copy- j lng, addressing and mailing samples; , particulars for stamp. Rex Co., ?59 r Glenwood ave., Buffalo, N. Y. $ ■ LAt5IEfipEve$-ywhere, to copy addresses f at home, $2 per 100; no canvassing; Ij i copying blanks and instructions. 12c. | Superba Co., 188 N. Division, Buffalo, j 1 N. T._ WRITE motion picture plays; *$60 to $ll§ paid; experience or correspondence * course not necessary; details free. New 1 Writers’ Association, 1^22 Victoria Blcfg.v ) ; St. Louis. , POSITION open for thoroughly compe* , tent stenographer who Is accurate and can transcribe very rapidly; must also » r understand general office work; no be ginners need apply, as position is only ■ for genuine first-class stenographer; state experience had and salary ex 1 pected. Address W-85, care Age-Herald. ! KODAKS FILMS developed, 10c per roll. Prints Sc '■ and 4c each. Prompt attention and work the beat. Covell Co. 6-ll-tf ■ FILMfe developed free; our high claaa kodak developing la now free; prints 2c. ’ Sc. 4c, 6c and up; enlargement free with 15 worth of kodak work. Wilson Studio, ; 2u9V» N. 19th at., Birmingham, Ala. 4-19-«u-tf . FULL line Eastman kodaks and suppltea; bring your films here to bo developed s and pictures printed; bast work In the , city; prices right F. W. Bromberg.