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If THERE’S A MIX-UP SOMEWHERE, SANTA (S) wT't— ONE CENIA WOOD RATES—One rent ■ w«ril n flnyi »* a4 taken for loom than 2llc for flrat Inner* tl< p >>« h n,,i»f nroomu*nT order. SriA ViiMj iuc ui ib-» mi ave. li-29-tf .WE suarptn taluty razor oladea oeiter than now, 25c dozen. Send them parcel post, Robert Prowall Stove Co., Blrnalng* tuun, Ala. 6-14-tf WE buy second hand clothes, shoes, for caah. Phone 1581. 2116 Second. 1-20-tf I BUY first mortgages and well secured notes amounts $50 and up. J. W. Dukes, 425 Woodward bldg. 12-20-tf ~ GLUCK'S DRY CLEANING CO" Cleaning, pressing, repairing, altering, hats renovated and blocked. 1713 3d Av«. Phone Main 2372. 1-8-tf-we-th-fr-mo .WANTED—To borrow $10,000 for 6 years at 6 per cent interest, secured by piece of semi-business property worth $20,000; will pay reasonable brokerage. H. D. Williams Realty Co., 1203 Jefferson Bank Bldg. Main 28;'*. 12-20-3t-su-tu-tb FLOWERS FOR XMAS. Roses, all colors; Carnation*, Red. White and Pink; Violets. Sweet Peas and Flowering Pot Plants. OTTO HORST & SON, 222 N. 21st St. Phone Main 4513. FOR SALE—The bankrupt ‘'ale of the Ft. P. Hat Co. will close January 1. There is a big stock of up-to-date hats and caps; while they last any hat $1.48; caps 35c, 65c and 95c. 1923 3d ave., Birming ham; 205 19th st.. Bessemer. WANTED—Have a client with cash and unincumbered property that wants something close in on Houthside. What have you to offer? J. W. Braze&l. with H. D. Williams Realty Co., 1203 Jefferson Bank Bldg. Main 285. 12-20-:U-sn-tu-tli WANTED—MALE HELP WANTED—Railway 'mail and postal * clerks; examinations soon; over 2000 appointments yearly; prepare at home; write for plan No. 3G of pay ment after appointment. Philadelphia Business College, Civil Service Dept., Philadelphia. Pa. 12-4-30t MEN—Increase your earnings; learn the barber trade for which there is always a demand; many-jobs waiting at wages higher than you would expect; taught in a few weeks by our system; earn while learning; write today. Moler Barber Coif* *e, Atlanta, Ga. 12-19-61 NAVY offers pou practical training. Fits you to earn good living. Pay starts day you enlist, increases as you advanoe. Food, lodging, medical treatment, first clothing outfit, free. Healthy life with opportunities for travel and improve ment. American citizens only, accepted. Apply Navy Recruiting Station, Hood Bldg., Birmingham. FOR SALE—The bankrupt sale of the H. PI Hat Co. will close'January 1. There is a big stock of up-to-date hats and caps; while they last any hat $1.48; caps 35c, boo and 96c. 1923 3d ave., Birming ham: 205 19th st.. Bessemer. FLOWERS FOR XMAsT Roses, all colors; Cammions, Red, White and Pink; Violets. Sweet Peas and Flowering Pot Plants. OTTO HORST & SON. 222 N. 21st St. Phone Main 4513. WANTED—Ambitious man over-21 and employed, to study law about six hours per week; easy, thorough. Address X-76, ' care Age-Herald. ll-26-12t-thu-sun-tue i SITUATION WANTED THE Clty'EmploymentT'Kureau^wTiT^Se glad to furnish free any class of help •wanted. We Investigate all applicants, the record of all applicants for posi tions of responsibility. This bureau is under the auspices of churches of Bir mingham. We earnestly ask your co operation. Phone Main 1S70. 2212 1st ave.__ 7-18-tf YOUNG attorney and expert law sten ographer desires position with re sponsible law firm; seven years* ex perience in law offices; experienced in claim work;flocal references. Ad dress C-97, care Age-Herald. 12-23-2t I _WANTED—H ELP^ WANTED—A first class cooper for^rc^ pairing second-hand barrels, who is willing to do other work around the plant when not busy in the cooper shop. Give age, references and last employer. Address P. O. Box 451, city. _____12-22-31 FOR SALE—The bankrupt Bale of the If. P. Hat Go. will close January 1. There is a big stock of up-to-date hats and caps; while they last any hat $1.48; caps 35c, 65c and 9oc. 1923 3d .ive., Blrming iiam; 205 19th st., Bessemer. WANTED- FEMALE HELP BIRMINGHAM MILLINERY TRAINING SCHOOL Gives a practical course in millinery for a reasonable tuition fee. The very latest methods in constructing, designing and trimming are taught. This course is valuable to ladles wishing to make their own hats as well as those desiring to learn a profitable vocation. For infor mation, address 14 Watts Bldg. _ _ 12-l-12t-tu-thu-su WANTED—Reliable white girl with good reference to do general housework in family of three; good home for right girl. Phone Main 5698-W. RELIABLE ladies wanted; home sewing; directly for neckwear house; big pay; ; no canvassing; just sowing for us; send ! stamp. Central Neckwear, 491 Ogden j Bt., Bridgeport, Conn. 12-24-4t1 FLOWERS FOR XMAS. Roses, all colors; Carnations, Red, White and Pink; Violets. Sweet Peas and Flowering Pot Plants. OTTO HORST & SON, 222 N. 21st St. Phone Main 4613. ROOiWH—WAiNl bU—HOARD WXNTED-By young man. small room with breakfast and evening dinner, near Five Points. Address F-S'T, care Age Herald. __ _ FOR 8AI-K—The bankrupt sale of the H. P. Hat Co. will close January 1. There is a b g stock of up-to-date hats and caps; while they last any hat *1.48; caps 36c, 65. and 96c. 1923 3d ave., Birming ham. 206 19th at., Bessemer. - FIIOWER8 FOR XMAS. Hose57 all colors; Carnations, Red. White and Pink: Violets. Sweet Peas and Flowering Pot Plants. OUTO HORST & SON. 322 X. Slit St. Phone Main tali. ONE CENT A WORD BATES—One eent a yworf a wlnyf a« ad. <«ken for leu* than SIB* for tlrmt Inaer Wtsxli mi *mt ^«»pnrm>wnr nrilfr tUll SALK TALK WITH ALAN JEM ISON. _1003 Jeff Co. Bank Bldg. t-S*t$ E. J. BURNS CO REAL ESTATE. PHONE 7M. _ 10-4-tf WE will build you a Soma. Birming ham Building and Imp. Co.. 414-16-M American Trust Bldg. 1-M-tl SACRIFICE sale at Thorsby, Ala., about 6 acres good, fertile land with well built 6-room house; only 3 blocks from L. & N. station; lias big variety fruit trees; also strawberries and grapes; especially adapted for trucking and poultry. Price. $1650, on very easy terms. Phone Eastburn, Main 4900. 11-12-tf ALBEMARLE PIPPINS—The finest fla vored apple, the favorite of the late Queen Victoria, and of the present royal family of England; $3 per box, less than 3 cents apiece; we grow the genuine Albemarle Pippin. The Albe marle Orchard Co.. Charlottesville, Va- __ 11-28-tf 219 ACRES three miles from Fayette on public road, on railroad, one-half mile from school and church; 60 acres upland, balance bench bottom; 60 acres in cultivation; buildings worth $1500; timber $1000: will rake $1500; $1 500 cash, balance on terms. J. M. Holliman. Fayette. Ala. 12-23-5t ONE CENI A WOOD RATES—On« cent • n«nl n ilayi no ml. taken for lena than 2Rc fnt first Inaer ** w * *' t,1i«v* wppoTi»iin'i «■ order. FOB SALE ELECTRIC CHANDELIERS FOR XMAS PRESENTS LARGEST STOCK IN THE CITS.’. PRICES RIGHT FRUITTICHER ELECTRICAL CO. 1804 FOURTH AVE. 12-20-4t-su-tu-we-lh FOR SALE cheap, is ntgrd lots, partially improved; brick store and dwelling: 40 acres near car line. Main 1464. 1417 Jef ferson Hank Bldg. 12-2$-6t $3500— Alabama country practice can be obtained by buying my home; reasons want to go to town. Address Z-96, care Age-He raid. 12-22-3t i I HIGH grade piano at one-fourtli cost, practically new. an investment worth making, Christmas present worth giving, leaving city; answer immediately. Ad dress E-97, care Age-Herald. FOR SALE—The bankrupt sale of~Lhe~H. P. Hat Co. will close January 1. There is a big stock of up-to-date hats and caps: while they last any hat $1.48; caps 35c, tioc and 9oc. 1923 3d ave.. Birming ham; 205 19th st., Bessemer. rruABPlVAti A*DV pEPARTXJRE OP PASSENGER TRAINS, BIRMINGHAM Tho following schedule figures aro published only as information, and are not guaranteed. inmiiM.imi TTIu>ii' »i, M Aiiim Southern ftnllwHy No. Arrive from— No. Depart to— 23 New York 18 .20 pm So New York t:60 am 29 New York 5:45 pm 24 New York 4:00 pm 11 Atlanta 5:00 am 12 Atlanta 12:15 am 23 Atlanta 12:20 pm 40 Atlanta 6:30 nra 29 Atlanta 5:45 pm 30 Atlanta 9:00 ara 39 Atlanta t 10 no pm 24 Atlanta 4:00 pm 16 Columbus 11:15 am 11 Greenville K:45 ara 12 Greenville 7:55 pm 19 Mobile-SeimA 7:00 ara 28 Selina 11:35 am 27 Selma 4:40 pro 20 Mobllc-Selma 7:00 pai 15 Columbus 8:45 pm 23 Imk&unvHle 12:26 pm 21 .rackponvtlle 4:0I pra Uueen A CreMeent Route A. G. S. R. R. No. Arrive from— No. Depart to— 1 Cincinnati 10:25 pm 1 N*. O. A Shr'pt 16:35 pm 2 New Orleans 6:20 are 2 Cin. A N. Y. 6:36 am 3 Cincinnati 10:50 am 3 New Orleans 11:05 am 4 New Orleans 7 :00 pm 4 Cincinnati 7:10 pm 5 ( hattanooga 31:43 am 5 Meridian 4:10 pm 21 CTtattanor^a 9:00 pin 6 Chattanooga 4:00 pm 0 Meridian 10:50 am 82 ('hattanooga 5:05 am 12 Meridian 11:40 pm 11 Meridian5:10am vt fr'rUctt 1.1 nei* No. Arrive from— No. Depart to— *05 Kansas City 3:50 pm 106 Kansas City 18:30 pm 103 Kansas City 6:15 am 104 Kansas City 10:30 pm 025 Atnory 10:15 am 026 Amory 3:23 pm 921 Memphis 5 :55 pm 922 Memphis 7 .00 am <">111 rnl oi Ga. Ry. No. Arrive from— No. Depart to— 1 Macon 10:16 pra 2 Macon 7:60 am 2 Jacksonville 12:15 pm 10 Jacksonville 4:85 pm 3 Savannah 12:01 nra 4 Savannah 3:50 pm _ HIHMI.imiA'I IKHMIN mV STATfoN Seaboard Air Liue Ry. . Arrive from— No. Depart to— o New York 10:00 pm 6 New York 7:15 am 11 New York 12:15 pm 12 New York 3.00 pm -o Atlanta 0:20 pm 22 Atlanta8:00 am llilnolM Central fly. No. Arrive from— No. Depart to— !'. Uncago 4:05pm 10 Chicago |g:43nm IAH1SULLK A WMiilCIC NT ATI O A L- ** N. H. It. No. Arrive from— No. Depart to— 1 Cincinnati 8:52 am 1 New Orleans 0:00 am 7, !*:*» Pm 2 Cincinnati 12:22 pm S Cincinnati 3:25 pm 3 New Orleans 3:40 pm 4 New Orleans 8:37 pm 4 Cincinnati 8:<r, pm •SDacatur 7:30 pm *0 Decatur 6:45 am 7 Cincinnati 3:50 am 7 Montgomery 4:05 am 8 New Orleans 11:53 pm 8 Cincinnati 12:01 am 10 Montgomery 7:15 pm 9 Montgomery 6:20 am 12 Montgomery 10:43 am 11 Montgomery 3:50 pm "■I1 nWur D» .15 aip 14 Decatur 4:00 Dm Ulrmluafham Mineral No. Arrive from— No. Depart to— 39 Praco 5:15 pm 38 Ptaco 8:23 am 48 Tuscaloosa 11:10 am 41 Blocton 6:30 am 42 Blocton 7:15 pm 49 Blocton 2:54 am 45 Anatston 10:40 am 44 Anniston 3:40 pm 47 Anniston 6:5# pm 46 Anniston 8:35 am 102 Tuscaloosa 5:30 pm 101 Tuscaloosa 7:00 a.m. A., 1». « A. ‘ ~ No. Arrive from— No. Depart to— 28 Roanoke 11:80 am 26 Manchester 7:30 am 23 Manchester 6:00 pm 24 Roanoke 4:15 pm Trains marked thus (•) run dally except Sunday. Othe«r trains ruu dally. Central time. _ FOR SALE_ CABBAGE PLANTS LETTUCE PLANTS For thf next 30 days we will give abso lutely free to each purchaser of 1000 of our plants at 21.50 per 1000 (f. o. b.), 1000 plants free. We guarantee count and satisfaction. These plants grown by best of seed and make large heads. ATLANTIC COAST PLANT CO., YOUNGS ISLAND, S. C. 12-lS-45t FOR SALK^A"Sullivan “E''diamond core drill with equipment to drill to a depth of 250 feet. Drill and equipment virtu ally new; will sell very cheap. Address John W. Tolland, 2110 Chestnut st., St. Louis, Mo.12-19-7t ELECTRIC CHANDELIERS FOR XMAS PRESENTS LARGEST STOCK IN THE CITY. PRICES RIGHT FRU1TTICIIER ELECTRICAL CO. 1804 FOURTH AVE. 12-20-4t-su-tu-we-th VICTROLAS and GRAFONOLAS Compare them side by side In our store Victor and Columbia RECORDS Christmas Special. Victrola and six 10-inch double disc Victor records, your own selection, 219.50, 21 per week. Victrolas and Grafonolas 215. 217.50, 225, 235, 240. 250, 275, 285, 2100, 2110, 2150, $200 Easy payments arranged. OPEN EVENINGS. CLARK & JONES 1814 3d Ave. Main 6120. t FRESH, sweet Georgia pecans' five pound box delivered for 21; nothing more appreciative these nights. Held Pecan Grove, West Point, Ga. 12-24-tt FOR SALE raised by family; kind to children. Good watch dog. James Hogan, 404 26th st. N. 12-22-3t CONFECTIONERY store, soft drinks, milk and butter depot; good trade; will sell for price of fixtures; want to leave town at once. Call at 1036 19th st., N. FOR HALE—3250 cash, 330 per months will buy a beautiful, up-to-date bunga low Just off Highland ave. We have a reduced price on this place which should sell it. H. D. Williams Realty Co., 1203 Jefferson Bank Bldg. Main 285. _ 12-20-3t-su-tu-th FLOWERS Ft)R XMAS. ~~ Rosea, all colors: Carnations, Red. White and Pink; Violets, Sweet Peas and Flowering Pot Plants. OTTO HORST & SON. 222 N. 21st St. Phone Main 4513. PERSONAL ' LADIES^7TSo''rewiTr37 I [K)sTt7vefy guar antee my great successful "monthly" remedy; safely relieves some of the long est, most obstinate, abnormal cases in three to live days; no harm, pain or In terference with work; mail. 3150; double etrengtb, 32; booklet free. Dr. South ington, 28 Long Bldg., Kaneae City, Mo. 10-15-tf DON'T take calomel, take "Vega-Cal” (vegetable calomel). Taetes good, acts better. Guaranteed for constipation. At your druggist. 25 and 50 cents. ll-26-30t FLOWERS FOR XMAS] ' Roses, all colors: Carnations, Red, White and Pink; Violets. Sweet Peas and Flowering Pot Plants. OTTO HORST & SON, 222 N. 2lBt St. Phone Main 4513, LOST—STRAYED—STOLEN LOhl, strayed or stolen. December IB, one small Burrow horse mule. Donnelly Stables, 25th st. and 2d ave. Phone 1381 Main. Birmingham, Ala. 12-22-3t FOR SALE—The bankrupt sale of the H? P. Hat Co. will close January 1. Tlhero Is a big stock of up-to-date hats1 and caps; while they last any hat $1.48; caps 35c, 65c and 96c. 1923 3d ave., Birming ham; 206 19th st., Bessemer. FLOWERS FOlTXMAS. Roses, all colors; Carnations, Red. White and Pink; Violets, Sweet Peas and Flowering Pot Plants. / OTTO HORST & SON, 222 N. 21st St. Phone Main 4513. _BUSINESS CHANCES FOR SALE—Garage and repaiV^shopfTn town of 20,000 population; auto ac cessories and supplies; established trade; reason for selling other in terests. Address 0-96, care Age-Her ^ aid. 12-19-7t FOR SALE—The bankrupt sale of the H. P. Hat Co. will close January 1. There is a big stock of up-to-date hats and caps; while they last any *hat $1.48; caps 36c, 66c and 96c. 1923 3d *ve., Birming ham; 205 19th st., Bessemer. FLOWERS FOR XMAS. Roses, all colors; Carnations, Red. White and Pink; Violets, Sweet Peas and Flowering Pot Plants. OTTO HORST & SON, 222 N. 21st St. Phone Main 4513. WANTED-'-SALESMEN WANTED—Experienced salesman to sell well known line of high grade enamels, paints and specialties; liberal proposi tion; only experienced paint salesmen need apply. Standard Paint and Lead Works, Cleveland, O., 12-24-3t-th-fr-su RATE*—Or* cent a word a daft ad taken for I*** than I’Rc for flr^t Inner 4~*** *. "*'■■« wpr»iwin«tny nnl - _FOR KENT—ROOMS_ THE AVALON~VVarrn?^pTearHnt?^outsl<ie rooms; modern conveniences; moderate ^rtc*s: baths free. 210.. i»th ave. 7-12-tf WANTED—To rent to suitable party a comfortable suite of rooms, with sleeping porch, southern exposure: also one single room with private bath; in furnace heated home on Highland avfc*.; with or without board. Apply 2177 Highland ave. Phone Main , 2398-J. 11-17-tf TWO connecting, furnished- rooms for light housekeeping. 1812 7th ave. _ 12-2-tf j TWO rooms furnished complete for light housekeeping; sink in kitchen; use of telephone, hot water connections and every convenience, for $3.GO per week. All nice, large, beautifully furnished front bedrooms for $2.60 per week. 826 N. 20th st. 12-9-tf ELEGANTLY furnished rooms with or without board. 1912 6th ave., north. __‘ 12 18-19t NICELY furnished upstairs front room; elegant heated bathroom; hot bath at all hours; price reasonable. 2212 4th ave., north. 12 15-tf FURNISHED room for gentlemen, steam heated. rent reasonable. 732 w. 20th st. Main 8446. 12-18-7t NICELY furnished front room; South side home. 1613 10th ave., S. 12-22-3t NICELY furnished furnace he.ited rooms, centrally located; modern house; private family. 2200 N. 7th ave_ 12-23-6t NICELY furnished front room; South side home. 1615 10th ave., S. 12-22-It ONE pretty, new room and kitchenette, furnished complete for housekeeping: bath, water, electric lights, dishes, gas stove; cozy and clean for the winter; all for $10. 4121 Ave. C. Avondale. _ 12-24-2t-th-su FLOWERS FOR XMAS' ~ Roses, all colors; Carnations, Red. White and Pink; Violets. Sweet Peas and Flowering Pot Plants. OTTO HORST & SON, 222 N. 21st St. Phone Main 4513. FOB RBNT T?ofr~iri75?T’~ryir^ room. 2-storv residence on South Highlands; about one block from car line, $35 per month. Call owner. Main 3504. 1 2-20-:5t-eod FOR RBNT—A 1000-acre corn, cotton or sugar cane plantation on the Tombigbee river, In south Alabama; 000 acres very black, sandy loam that will produce 75 bushels corn, two bales cotton or 326 gal lons of syrup to acre; only those who can finance themselves need apply; good proposition to responsible party. H. D. Williams Realty Co.. 1203 JefTerson Bank Bldg., Birmingham. Ala. Main 285. _12-29-3t-su-tu-th FOR RENT—Desirable building on 2d ave. between 23d and 24th sts.. suitable for any kind of mercantile business; store 50x100; will partition off and make two stores and modernize the fronts for de sirable party, and give long lease on very satisfactory basis; only vacant store in block. H. D. Williams Realty Co., 1203 Jefferson Bank Bldg. Main 285. _12-20-3t-su-tu-th FOR SALE—The bankrupt sale of the H. P. Hat Co. will close January’ 1. There is a big stock of up-to-date’ hats and caps; while they last any hat $1.48; caps 35c, (16c and 96c. 1923 3d ave., Birming ham; 205 19th st., Bessemer. FLOWERS FOR XMAS. ' ' Roses, all colors; Carnations, Red, White and Pink; Violets. Sweet Peas and Flowering Pot Plants. OTTO HORST & SON, 232 N. 21st St. Phone Main 4513. 7! MONb.1 To LEND TALK WITH ALAN JEMTsSnI Main 100. s-ftf WE negotiate loans and sell real estate Can handle desirable farm loans. Hi lone-McConuell Co.. 2106 1st ave. 10-29-tf REAL ESTATE loans to suit you in amount, terms and Interest; can pay back monthly or yearly; will taka seo ond mortgage. John W. Prude. 106 N. $2d st. Bell Phone 240. 10-19-t> MONEY immediately available; well se cured. first mortgage loans; amounts $500 to $5000. Leonard Riley Co.. 723 Woodward Bldg. 12-6-tf FIRST MORTGAGE LOANS negotiated by ns at low rates on Improved real estate In the city of Birmingham; ap plicants should bring abstract with them. Title Guarantee Loan and Trust Co., Title Guarantee Bldg. 11-14-su-tu-th-tf REAL ESTATE-:LOANS We invite applications from parties de siring to borrow on improved real estate in Birmingham and Bessemer and are prepared to furnish desirable mortgage paper and other secur ities to investors. REALTY TRUST CO. 303 N. 20th St 12-3-th-mo-tf SECOND-HAND MACHINERY ~ FOR SALE—Six 150 H. P. return tubular hollers, butt strapped, triple riveted, guaranteed to stand Hartford inspection for 125 pounds pressure: can furnish with or without Dutch oven settings. Four Corliss engines ranging from 16x42 to 22x48. All in good order. Slide valve engines any size. New and second-hand motors Phone Main 866. Charles T. Lch man, 1923 Powell ave. 12-24-to-30-l-3-5-7 " JOB PRINTING ’ -—~BEC£''PRtNTING CO. 2021ft 3d ave. Charles Roberts. Wyllys Roberts, proprietors. Commercial Print ing and quick delivery a specialty. Tele phone 1074. Mall orders special atten tlon 11-13-tf ~~ WANTED—BOARDERS COUPLE or two young men can secure lovely front room adjoining bath— "board if desired"—in strictly private family; one block from Highland ave. and three blocks from Five Points. Call Main 7854-J.13-21-St FAIUI LAMM FAftfii anyWhere IS' Alabama For Sale by INGRAM REALTY COMPANY. Empire Bldg. Phone Mala lift. Mbtt ONE CENT A WORD K %TKS—»One eent n word a day« no ai. taken for lens than 2fir for flrat Inaer tl<'n n»im« hitowiihiht »rd»r. HOTELS -SOTSC'MXSSH 2015 5th Ave. Cleanest and brightest rooms In city Hot and cold running water. Batha free. HOME COMFORTS—HOTEL SERVICE 2-27-tf STOVE REPAIRING STOVE repairing^ fow-est prices^ work guaranteed, experienced workmen; let us get your heaters and ranges In shape for winter. Phone the Mfiiar Stove 1 Works, Main *52011-2-tt LEGAL NOTICES Sale of rnclatm«Ml Freight Notice is hereby given that on Tues day, January 12, 1915, at 12 o’clock noon, the unders gned will offer for sale at public outcry, at Its warehouse at lo:K> First avenue, and sell to the highest bid der for cash, one carload of cotton seed Flipped by Helton Gin company at Heath, Ala., consigned to the Farmers and Gin iiers Cotton Oil company, Birmingham. Ala., said cotton seed having remained in the possession of the undersigned un claimed for more than 60 days, and th» charges thereon not having been paid. This December 23, 1914. CENTRAL OF GEORGIA RAILWAY1 COMPANY. By J. L CAMPBELL. Agent. 12-24-2t-th Legal Notice Notice is hereby given that 1 will make application before tlie excise commission of Jefferson county, Alabama, for retail saloon license. Said business is to be lo cated at 600 Eighth street, south, in the city of Birmingham. Ala. IRVING J. TRON8TEIN. 12-17-2t-th LOOSE LEAF LEDGERS AND SUPPLIES, BLANK (Flat Opening) BOOKS, OFFICE SYSTEMS ROBERTS & SON, (Ino.) “The lllg Alabama House” VtORT. W. EWING, Prealdent 1810-1812 THIRD AVE. Phone M51 Main Shooting-Fishing Excellent duck shooting and salt water fishing. Competent guides with full equipment. Accommodations un surpassed. Write for booklet. J. E. ROLSTON, Mgr. Kolaton Hotel Codon, Ala. Bond Issue Carries Vernon, December 23.—(Special.)—That the voters of Lamar county are in favor of good roads was conclusively shown yesterday when the bond issue for good roads carried by a vote of about 4 to 3. i. i ' ===== $3,652,625 IS GIVEN FOREDUCATION IN SOUTHERNSTATES South Ranks Third In Gen eral Education Board’s Do nations—$21,700 Given Howard College New York, December 23—Southern, states rank third while western states have favored themselves slightly above the eastern and middle Atlantic group in the general education hoard's donation of $10,5S2,59l to the cause of education, ac cording to a fourth installment of the hoard's report made public today. To western states the report sets forth, there has been given outright $3,967,781, and partial contributions, the exact amount of which is not stated, have been made to a supplemental sum of $15,406,741. To eastern and middle Atlantic states the sum given outright was $3,562,185; the supplemental sum to which the board subscribed an amount not designated was $15,247,939; southern states received out- j Viglit $3,052,625; the supplemental sum to j which the board contributed in this case I was $9,147,152. Following are the donations made to educational institutions in the south by the board since its inception: Maryland, $250,000; Virginia, $490,000; North Carolina, $379,416; South Carolina, $154,176: Georgia. $232,232; Alabama, $21,700; Mississippi, $150,000; Arkansas, $175,000; Tennessee. $625,000; Kentucky. $125,000; Texas, $400,000; Florida. $50,000. Total. $3,052,625. Donations in detail wrere stated as fol lows: Maryland, Johns Hopkins university, $250,000. Virginia. Emory and Henry college. $50,000; Randolph-Macon college, two ap propriations, $60,000; Randolph-Macon Woman’s college. $75,000; Richmond col lege, $150,000; University of Virginia. $50. 000; Washington and Dee university, two appropriations, $105,000. North Carolina, Davidson college, $75, 000; Meredith college, $50,000; Salem Acad emy and college. $75,000; Trinity college, $150,000; Wake Forest college, $29,416, South Carolina. Converse college, $50. 000; Furman university, two appropria i tions. $50,000; Wofford college, two ap propriations $54,176. Georgia, Agenes Scott college, $100,000; ^—————— Mercer university. *82,333; Wesleyan 1 i male college, *100,000. Alabama. Howard college. *21.700. Mississippi, Mill saps college, $25,000; M | sissippl college, *125,000. Arkansas, Hendrix college, two appi px-iations, *176,000. Tennessee, George Peabody College 1 Teachers, *250.000; Maryville college, $5 000; ITnton university, *25,000. Kentucky, Georgetown college, *26.0 Transylvania university, *50.000; Wlllian burg institute, *50,000. Texas, Baylor university, *200.000; Soul em Methodist university, *200,000. Florida, John D. Stetson universi *50,000. ' POLITICIAN FILES fl A LIBEL SUP — Omaha, Neb., December 23.—Thom j Dennison, a local politician, today' fil suit against R. Beecher, Howell, repul . can national committeeman for Nebrfis and nominee for governor at the last el< tion; Walter A. George, chairman ofvt ll republican state publicity bureau, a ’ other republican leaders asking $10. damages for alleged libel in campai literature circulated last summer. Jennie Newcomb Dead Hartford, Conn., December 23.—A*. Jennie Newcomb, editor of the Sah tion Army Sunday School Lessons, di here today after an operation for a pendicitis. She was a Wellesly gran ate. 1 £*lll lllltllllllMIIIIIIIHMIlllllllltll III IMI IMIHHIIIIIIIIIIIMIfllHIItt Mlttl Mltllllllt Hotel Hrrsltn Broadway at 29^ St. $feui ||ork | "An Hotel Where Gueite ere Made to Fool at Home” Not too large, yet large J enough to afford the maximum of value at minimum expense. Exceptionally Accessible 500 Rooms—Moderate Restaurant Charget HATES j Single Room with running water * I SI.00 to $2.00 f Single Room with tub or shower bath $1.50 to $5.01 Double Room with running water $2.00 to $4.00 Double Room with tub or shower bath $3.00 to $6.00 1 EDWARD C. FOGG, Managing Director ROY L. BROWN, Reeident Manager *iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiHiiitiiiiniMimiiiiiiiiti' THE MAN WHO eeld: “You can't set am GOOD Inrul> '» nowntlaya n* you used to,” ahon visit our plant. He will chanfe his opinion. ESTES LUMBER CO THORNTON ESTES Main 4055 I1 f How Many Steps to OUR Telephone? * f * extension from your present telephone to the floor t wing room—saves blessing that the 1 ■ * . ; _ • - - * . j