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/u> 50N ( WHAT5Y0UPL) ' /0OCKNW ) T vfyoo / VSIR^/ c VJT—-'* / WRV REU-0 EREDD1E \ / BOCKMAN-X TNOOGRT) \ "<0O XU5T WENT DOWN j STREET ? $ _ k. ( Hut dont \ ^POUERG-IZE i\ SOME TIMES X HAT TO AST , HIM MVSELF / \ IF HE 15 / t ^ " X~ ~ /_ ohTgfntTword HATES—Onr coni n noril n ilny: no ad taken for leu* than 2.1<‘ for flr*»t Inner, tlon. ('null riinN( Iioionniiniy order II H WANTED feffAVING 3 0c at 1929 4th aye. 11-29-ti WE sharpen and repair lawn mowers. Cal’ lor and deliver same. Phone 3000. Rob • it Prowell Stove Co. 3-14-tl VrK buy .second hand clothes, shoes, foi cash. Phone 1581. 2118 2d. 1-20-tl 1 BUY first mortgages and 11 secure (3 notes, amounts $50 und up. J. W, Dukes, 425 Woodward Bldg. 2-7-ti V’ANT to borrow $700. on uni in pro vet property; worth $25o0; East Lake. Ad dress R-27. care Age-Herald. 3-17-31 * OLD-FA LS K~T EETIL Cash paid for old broken false teeth also gold, broken pieces of jewelry, watches, etc.; short time only. Sene postal; we will call. Address B-28, cart Age-Hera Id. 3-19-31 WANTED—Have client who wants $300( loan on improved real estate; will guar antee interest payments. L. G. Petty john, 1702 5th ave. AV ANTED—To buy G good work mules; must be at a low price. Apply to the Blount Springs Co.. Blount Springs. Ala. **’ MRS. JACK'S BEATEN BISCUITS ASK* Vlil'R (JlfnCPl; _ SITUATION U AM'ED City Employment Bureau wilTl'e glad to furnish free any class of help wanted. We Investigate all appli cants. the record of all applicants for positions of responsibility. This bu reau is under the auspices of churches of Birmingham. We earnestly ask your co-operation. Phone'Main 3870. ___ % N. 21st st. 7-lS-tl WANTED—Work of any kind by bright Jtoung man: high school graduate: will ing to be office boy or to do anything that is honorable. Address AY-19, eai\» Age-Herald. 3-17-71 WANTED—Position as cashier by young lady; have had experience; must have work, (’all Main 3615. 3-38-2t A GERMAN widow, middle age. with five-year-old boy. wishes employment as housekeeper. Address AY-27, care Age-Herald. 3-18-2t V ANTED—Sewing by the day in prlvul families; experienced. Phone 6866-.J. __ 3-18-21 BRIGHT boy wants work as office boy’: willing" to work. Phone Main 7125-AY. _3-18-21 ^ POSITION wanted as bookkeeper or u.s slstant. or other clerical work; can op erate typewriter: exnerieneed in collect ii.ff; small salary at start; references. / Address X-27 care A ire-He raid. 3-lS-2t SITUATION wanted as"niaid or cook in a private fanyly; can furnish best of city references: Address 2.S19 :5th st.. North •tPnfn'fgnani. 3-19-21 BANKRUPT SALE. Entire stock and fixtures of Wrigbt-Ac ton Mercantile ('o.. bankrupt, will bv disposed of at once, regardless of price, as a whole or in part. Store will open Snturda \ morning. Prices about half. TRUSTEE S SALES CO. 2401-3 2nd AVE. coil ’Niumldly^ anil Jetferson theatre, diamond brooch with 11 stones; liberal reward for re turning same to 1807 Ave. E. Ensley. oi phone Ensley 242-AY. STOLEN—From near Mulga Friday night March 12, one chestnut sorrel horse weight 950 pounds, age 12 years, small spot in right eye; $25 reward for returr *>• horse and arrest of thief. T. R, Sharp, R. F. D. 2. Adarasville, Ala. fil'. . 3-19-61 BANKRUPT SALE. f Entire stock and fixtures of Wright-Ae ton Mercantile/C’o., bankrupt, will be disposed of at once, regardless of price. 4s a whole or in part. Store will open Saturday morning. Prices about half. TRUSTEE S SALES CO. 2401-3 2nd AVE. WAN1ED—1* EM ALB HELP 1.ADIES to sew at home; all or spare time: Rood pay; work sent prepaid, Bend stamp for reply. Ivanlioe Mfg, Co., St. Louis, Mo. 3-14-Tt WOMEN—Sell guaranteed hosiery tc friends, neighbors and general wearer; 70 per cent profit; mako Jlo daily; ex perience unnecessary. International Mills, West Philadelphia, Pa. ll-29-4St-su-we ' WANTED—SALESM EN ^S^warTP^three guod^rnen to sell fruit trees and ornamentals, in middle Ala llama. Permanent Job. Good pay; light work. Smith Bros., Dept. SI, Con cord Ga 3-9-201 wanted to Sell tobaccos to retail ers; men are trained before sent out on road; state age, married or single, pres ent occupation If uny. Address G-28, care Age-Herald.3-19-21 WANTED—HOARDERS fully furnished rooms, team heated hot and cold water in each room, besi location, one block from Pive Points; MOO S. 11th ave. 3-13-71 BXCiLlKNT hoard and room on three oar lines. South Highlands; modern home; garage if desired. Muin 1S25. _3-14-71 BANKRUPT SALE. Entire stock and fixtures of Wright-Ae -ton Mercantile Co., bankrupt, will dc disposed of at once, regardless of price gs a whole or In part. Store will oper Saturday morning. Prices about half. TRUSTEE S SALES CO. 2401-3 2nd AVE. WANTED—HELP NTEI>- Ten white women for privati homes In and out city, transportation furnished; two white teamsters, stead; work guaranteed; colored woman cook good wages. Room 626 Chamber Com meree Bldg. _ White'stories for moving picturesT”in terestlng and simple work; good pay axperience not necessary; particular! free. Lawndure Supply, 2724 W. 18th st. Chicago, 111. A IMMMMMMtMWMMlWWMWMMWmMMMMMm ONE CENT A WORD HATES—One rent a word n day: no ad. 1nk«‘n for leiN than 2Re for first inwer ll«m, ( n»l» must ac<'onijinii< order. ___FOR RENT FOR REXT^iUroonPd^veTn7TgCT3R^24th Ft., N., 530; all conveniences; shady Fidt* of street. Phone 2098 or call at 1300 24th st. 3-2-tf J FOR RENT—Elegant 8-room house; hardwood finish and floors; steam heat, j Call owner. Phone Miin 8194-J. 3-16-Tt j FOR RENT—Will rent my modern 10 room brick home in Mountain Ter race to desirable party; has every convenience; rent reasonable. Ad dress Z-27. care Age-Herald. .„’-18-2t FOR RENT-Eight-room furnished house; sleeping porch, garage, servants house, corner Waucoma st. and Mountain ave. Owner, phone Main 4138. 3-18-41. REAL ESTATE AGENTS. Nice office to rent, excellently located, for insurance and real estate business at reasonable rent. This is in heart of real estate section. MOSELEY. HENDERSON DAVIS, 312 N. 21st st. . hones 791-792. FOR RENT- A modern, 6-room house. 814 N. 21st st. Apply on premises. 8-18-4t FOR RENT—Best located boarding house in the city. 27 rooms. 4 baths, built-in refrigerator, Ruud gas heater, all outside rooms. Six-room brick apartment, steam heat, close in, North side. J. B. Dryer. Title Bldg. _ 3-7-7t-10-14-17-21-24-28 K< 'R RENT—By owner. April 1, 720 25th ' ft., S.. 2-story; lias six large rooms and large bath, high and dry, $25 per month. W. Dukes. 425 Woodward Bldg. 3-14-3t-8U-tu-fn MODERN bungalow, just oft’ of 1lth~ave., south; rent reasonable. Apply 1100 Vir ginia street. 3-19-4t irRXLSHED BE N G ALOW Six-room, furnace-heated, absolutely mod ern bungalow; furnished throughout; 1 block from the car line, in Norwood; v ill rent for $40. TARRANT REALTY CO.. Phone 6732. 2111 Third Ave. FOR RENT Corner 5th ave. aha 19th st., 14 rooms. 7-room house. 6th ave.. near 18th st.: first class condition. 9-room house on 21st st.; large garden. 5-room apartment. 1030 East 14th st.. 7 looms. L. G. PETTYJOHN, 1702 5th Ave. FOR RENT. I Mod* i ti apartment, 3 bedrooms, well lo ! rated, just south of Five Points; hard wood floors, etc.; rent reduced on this from $4<> to $27.50. See this quick, it is a bargain. Dwelling east of 20th si., one block south of Highland ave.; lias 3 bedrooms, hard wood floors, etc. This is very attrac tive. Rent reduced to $35. 3-ruom apartment to sublease in Ter race court; beautifully papered; on 5th floor; every room light and airy. Let us show you this. MOSELEY. HENDERSON & DAVIS, 312 N. 21st st. Phones 791-792 10-ROOM HOUSE Two sleeping porches, hardwood all over, til** baths, furnace, garage and serv ant's house. A beautiful home on cor ner lot: half block off 15th st. car line. Kent $52.50. Can be used by two fam ilies. FR1EDMAN-LICHT I IE ALT Y CO.. 2028 1st Ave. FOR RENT—Small office in Jefferson County Bank Bldg. Apply Room 924. _3-19-r.t FOE RENT—Woodiawn, large cottage: fine condition; corner 1st ave. and tinth si.: large lot: ideal location. John M. Webb. Phone Main 612. FOR RENT—Residence, 723 Tuscaloosa ave., West End, modern 8-room, furnace heated house, sen-ant’s house and gar den; on car line; suitable for boarders; very reasonable rent. Call West End 453-W._ 3-19-3t BANKRUPT SALE. Entire stock and fixtures of Wright-Ao ton Mercantile Co., bankrupt, will be disposed of at once, regardless of price, :is a whole or in part. Store will open Saturday morning. Prices about half. TRUSTEE’S SALES CO. 2401-3 2nd AVE. BUSINESgCHANCES _ FOR SALE—Gent’s furnlshTng^buslness; stock, merchandise, fixtures, store lease to next January; good chance for right man to make money. Address C. W. Ewing, Gadsden, Ala.3-18-6t I HAVE $5000 or more to Invest In a le gitimate manufacturing, wholesale or mercantile business; must stand rigid investigation, and be in Birmingham district; your reply to this ad, will be confidential if we do not trade. Ad dress P-27, care Age-Herald. 3-17-3t Mr. MERCHANT—If yi ur books do not require a bookkeeper’s services over 3 hours a day, I’ll keep them for you up to date for $6 per week; thoroughly com petent to keep any set of books; trans actions confidential. Address C-28, care Age-Herald. BANKRUPT 8ALE. Entire stock and fixtures of Wright-Ac ton Mercantile Co., bankrupt, will be disposed of at once, regardless of price, as a whole or in part. Store will open Saturday morning. Prices about half. TRUSTEE S SALES CO. TRUSTEE’S SALES CO. 2401-3 2nd AVE. HOTELS -hwktsascjj: 2016 6th Ave. Cleanest and brightest rooms In city. Hot and cold running water. Baths i free; low rates to suit times. HOME COMFORTS—HOTEL. SERVICE. MMI SWAPPERS' COLUMN i^£c?TA^(jE!r^,o<r,rffrirbTH^^ acres adjoining fair grounds for home east of 20th st. Owner, 923 Jefferson Bank Bldg. , 3-12-tf DINING table or gas stove for machine motor, 6 chairs for kitchen cabinet. Main 5385. - 3-18-3t-thu-fri-su WILL swap tamo white rabbits in pairs fo» %2, or anything we can agree on. What have you to swap for a pair? Sweetie Cannon, 611 S. Main st. Cull man, Ala. 3-18-31 WANTED—To swap, a good gas stove and Lion heater for chickens, buggy or cow; will pay the difference in cash, i <'all Main 7546. I WANTED—A refrigerating plant for a country home; will swap cash and a cow for sam'-. Address XY, Swappers’ Column. 3-19-3t | DAVE two lots in the town of Payette, i Ala.; population 2500 people; to swap for horse and buggy: must be in good condition. Call Main 345. 1 WANT an hundVed”egg'incubator; state what you want in exchange. Address XY, Swappers’ Column, -»ge-Herald 3-19-3t WANTED—A good milch cow. with young calf; will swap runab* ut buggy, which cost $160 new. for same and a. little cash. Address B. W., Swappers Column. Age-Herald. 3-19-3t WILL exchange an all-glass 4-gallon water cooler, ice held in separate glass receptacle, in center of cooler. 1 paid $25 for same and have never used it. Will sell for *6, or exchange for ew Bissel carpet sweeper. Address Airs. K., Swappers’ Column, Age-Herald. I- -- = __ SWAPPERS’ COLUMN_ T() E XCH A NO E—$30,000 Vr any part Bir mlngham Improved rental property for farm. Address Owner, 924 Jefferson Bank Bldg. 3-10-tf 1 WILL swap lo mated carnots for an ac climated crocodile. Address X. Y. Z.. Swappers’ Column. 3-18-3t W'LL SWAP—One 110-gaFlon Bowser oil tank, one nice gasoline lamp, nearly new, cost $12.60: one bicycle, one 16 shot Winchester rifle, one good railroad watch, one lady's watch, one nice china closet, one sideboard, one large dining table, one bed, spring, mattress and pil lows; one new Manning-Bowman coffee percolator, one new (26 pieces) silver set. two good negro lots at North Bir mingham. Prefer cows, hogs, chickens, surrey. But what have you? Address W-27, care Age-Herald. 3-18-2t WILL trade 4 unincumbered building lots for 5-passenger car; must be in good condition. Call at 215 Brown-Marx. OWNER must swap oi sel 10 acres on pike; 18 negro lots and negro rental property; big bargain. See me. 1417 Jefferson County Bank Bldg. Main 22. 3-19-5t FTVE-PA8HEXGER motor car, practical ly new. for real estate or money; come to 2113V6 2d ave. Ferguson. 3-19-3t CTJT~dowt~Moline roadster, first-class condition; will trade for vacant lots, or sell cheap for < ash. Call Main 845. WANTED—To exchange a gas iange ior something of equal value. Address Mrs. J., Swappers' Column. Age-Herald. WILL swap a sewing machine motor, al ternating current, for chicken feed or provisions. Call Main 2398-J. _vy AXN 1LP—MALL HKLr LISTEN^ you uncmployetf: '<Feed’~and clothe your family and pay your rent with profits made manufacturing and selling my famous Indian Chief Lini ment Send dime and stamp for sample and particulars. Address J. D. Gray, Carrollton, Ala. 2-17- 30t POSTOFFICE clerk-carrier examination Birmingham May 12. Get special prepa ration under former government exam iner. Booklet J-64 free. Write today. Patterson Civil Service School, Roch ester, N. Y. 3-12-16t WANTED—Capable, all ’round regis tered druggist with good reference. Address V-27, care Age-Herald. 3-18-3t | LOCAL representative wanted; no can vassing or soliciting required; good income assured. Address National Co Operative Realty Co., V-700 Marden Bldg., Washington, D. C. 2-3- 17tT\ve-sn GOVERNMENT positions are easy to get; my free booklet, li-209, tells how; exam inations in this state soon. Write to day—now. Earl Hopkins, Washington, L. C. 3-3-17t-wed-su WANTED-MEN EVERYWHERE. Yes, we teach you the barber trade and give you a position in our shops in a few weeks, all for $30; $15 cash, $15 in 10 days; tools free; we pay wages while learning. Write us today. Jacksonville Barber College, 822 W. Bay, Jackson vllle, Fla.3-J9-7t WANTED-Man colored cook for car. Call at once, L. & N. depot, Bessemer, Ala., to show car Illinois. WANTED—A young man about 25 years, old, single, who has some experience in selling goods. Address E-28, care Age Heraid. AUTOMOBILES fop, newly painted; condition and appear ance as good as new; Delco starter, electric lights; a bargain can be nad by anyone desiring a fine pleasure car. Inquire G. L. McCullough, 10th floor Em pire Bldg. Phone Main 2694. 3-19-3t BANKRUPT SALE. Entire stock and fixtures of Wrlglit-Ac ton Mercantile Co., bankrupt, will be disposed of at once, regardless of price, as a whole or in part. Store will open Saturdsv morning. Prices about half. TRUSTEE’S SALES CO. 3401-3 2nd AVE. r UK KJcilN 1—KUUMS side rooms; modern conveniences; moderate prices; baths free. 2100 6th ave. 7-12-tf FOR RENT—Two connecting rooms; everything furnished complete for light housekeeping; every convenience; close in; only $3.50 per week. 825 N. 20th st. _ _ 2-18-tf NICELY furnished front room; hot bath at all hours; price reasonable. 2212 4th ave. _ 2-20-tf TWO connecting furnished rooms for light housekeeping. 1812 7th ave., N. 2- 24-tf NATIONAL HOUSE. S6*vTn; 22d It7, rooms from 25c up. 3-2-301 FOR RENT—Three lovely furnished connecting rooms for light housekeep ing; modern conveniences. 2117 Ave. H. 3-5-tf FOR RENT—Light housekeeping apart ments, furnished complete with all con veniences, only $3.50 and $4: also bed roomu from $2 to $3.50 per week, hot and cold water. Close in, 2113 6th ave. 3-7-tf ELEGANTLY furnished rooms with board; new management. 1912 6th ave., N. 3-9-10t ROOMS—$2.50 a week; hot water; all con veniences; walking distance. 2209 6th ave., N. • 3-16-7t FOR RENT—To gentlemen, nicely fur nished room, In splendid location; one block off Highland ave.; all conveni ences. Address T-27, care Age-Herald. 3- 17-31 TWO unfurnished connecting rooms; pri vate bath; meals in house. 1218 20th st., south; Main 7912-W. 2-28-8t-su-we HIGHLAND AVENUE home, most beau tiful section, rooms with private bath, inexpensive and fine for summer; gentle men only. Phone Mrs. C. P. S., 3265. PERSONAL^_ Cadies—$1000 reward; I positively guarantee my great successful “monthly” remedy; safely relieves some of the longest, most obstinate, abnormal cases In three toi five days; no harm, pain or interference vlth work; mail, $1.50; double strengtn, $2; booklet free. Dr. Southington. 38 Long Bldg.. Kansas City, Mo. 10-15-tf ROOMS—WANTED—BOARD rooms, with bath, April 1; near car line; references exchanged. Rhone Main 7943-J. AUIUVAl* AND UEPAHTDKB of PASSENGER TRAINS. BIRMINGHAM The following achedule figarea ara puallahed only aa Information, and ara not gua ranteeri._ _ _ HlH.an kt.H ' " I »• ■■ i anaa.ar ■dnlkirn Hallway kTnow Tori* '"JlM pm 80°Naw Took” am SK-ST* SISK BSSSnS- .S|K 15 Atlanta It HI Pm 40 Atlanta 10 Atlanta **» (» *0 Auantn 52« SJ5 M Atlanta It :00 pm 14 Atlanta 16 ColumtAta 11:11 am 11 Qraanatlia JMam llOraanatlla 1 :U pm 18 kloblla-Balma JMam 18 Raima 11 Mam II Raima_ to lloblle-Selma 7:00 pm 18 Columbian, JMpm a« Jarkannallla 11 :or. nm 84 larHcnatlla <*»» ttuaan A Crcaccat Kouta A. U. I. K. H No. Antan tram— No. Depart to— 1 Cincinnati 10:11 pm I N. a * shr'ot 10J8 pm I Note Orloani o Mam I Cln. * N. T. I Mam t Cincinnati 10 40 am 8 New urlaaoa 11:00 am 4 Nop Orleana 780pm 4 Cincinnati 7 40 pm 0 Chattanooca 11:43 am 8 Meridian t in pm tl chattauootfa 0:00 pm 33 Chattanoooa 0:05 am 0 Urrtdlau 10:50 am 8 Chattanooca a:00pm 13 MooliHan 11:40 pm 11 Matldlnn g:10am k'rlatw unoa No. Aralw from— No. Popart ta les Kanaaa uu 8:60 pm 100 Kanaaa CUP IIM pm 103 Kanaaa CUc 0:10 am jet Kanaaa Cite 10M pm •SOAmorx It :10 am 136 Amorj 3:18 pm Memphta 7 :00 «m central aa( Ua. ioy. No. Aarlan from— Nb. Daput la— I Maoaa 10:10 pm I Manna I On am I JacaanaalUn 13:18pm 10 JarkaaoaUla 440 pm f laanflan.^ 1^01 0, »**Ba . \ mit nti M.ai t n iKHiiinM. Sru lionrA Air LlH Rj. No. Arri'e from— No. Depart to— .9 Now Tori UMlo »Now Tore 6:30 on 11 New York 1:00 mo ■ I Vow Tork 0:00 pm S3 Atlanta 0:40 nan SO Atlanta 7 CO aa lllluola Central Hy. No. Arrlta frum— No. Depart to— 0 riiloy.i 4:0.4 pip |0 Chicago H:4Hnm I.l>t ieVII.I.K. A kAOHVII.I.K OTA’I’lltk L. « k. H. a No. Antra from No. Depart to— 1 dadnaatl IMim I Now Oilcans ICO am S Naw Orleans 10:40 pm 1 Cincinnati 11:01 pm 3 Cincinnati 3:01 pm 3 Now Orleeaa 3:10 pm 4 Now Orlaou 0:37 Pm 4 Cincinnati 0:49 pm 0 Decatur 7 :ll pm *6 Decatur 7:00 am 7 Cincinnati 3 CO am 0 Cincinnati 11:49 pm 10 Monlgomerr 7:43 pm 0 Montgomery • CO am ■10 Imcatur 10:10 am *14 Decatur4:g0 pm Blrmalmsbaam Mlaeral No. Antes Item— No. Depart lo st Praco TO pm 3* Praco 0:30 aa 40 Tuacaloom 11:10 am 41 Blocton 4:00 am 41 Bloctoo 7:00 pm 41 Bloctao 1:94 aw 43 Analatoa 10:40 am 44 Anniatoa 0:40 pm 47 Auotatoo 0:90 pm 41 AnnlaUB I CO am W3 Tuncalooaa 0:30 pm 101 Tuacalnoaa 7:00 a.m. a., a. a a. No. Arrian from— No. Deport w— 33 Roanoke 11 Co om 36 Boanoko 7:30 am t5 Manchester_0 :Q0 pm 34 Manchester 4 .13 p a4kw. 4Mkm trsiaa tua Belly. Ckatral tarn. M•«••••••••••••••••••••••••»•••••••••••••••••••••••« ONE CENI A WORD RATES—One cent a word a (lay; no ad. taken for less than 2Sc for first Inser tlon. Cash must accompany order. FOK SALE TALK^WItST ALAN JBMISON' _1003 Jeff. Co. Bank Blrg. 8-8-tf E. J. BURNS CO. REAL ESTATE. PHONE 766. 10-4-tf WE will build you a home. Blrming liam Building and Imp. Co., 414-15-16 American Trust Bldg. 1-16-tf FOR SALE—Oranges, large, fancy fruit, 75c per 100; shipped in bushel baskets, boxes or barrels to any address. Cash with order. Jax Fruit and Produce Co., Jacksonville, Fla. 2-11-tf NOKMENT’S BARGAINS IN HOMES I 1-3 OR MORE LESS THAN VALUE. PART OF PURCHASE MONEY PAID. YOU CAN OWN YOUR HOME FOR THE BALANCE. NORTH AND SOUTH HIGHLANDS AND ALL SUBURBS. HOMES FOR RENT. Phone Main 269. 2026 1st Ave. (One copy of this ad worth $25 on pur chase price of any home.) 1-23-tf SUDAN grass seed, 25c per pound; won derful hay crop. Lubbock has largest growers. Write or wire. C. C. Wright. _Lubbock, Tex. 3-9-10t FOR SALE—2»>-head of horses and mules; will sell cheap for cash; 1717 2d ave., N.. rear of Alabama Shoeing Shop. Main 3903- 3-lb-7t FOR SALE—Gent’s furnishing business; stock, merchandise. fixtures. store base to next January; good chance for right man to make money. Address <\ W. Ewing, Gadsden, Ala. 3-17-6t j FOR SALE—Will sell my modern brick home in Mountain Terrace on large lot facing east; war-time price. Ad dress, Y-27, care Age-I£erald. __ __3 -18 - 21 FOR SALE—White enameled McCroy grocers' butter box; a bargain. 230 S. 20th st.. 3-is-:;t $1500 TRUCK FARM FOR $1000 8 acres good trucking land; one i-ioom house with good cellar; rents for $1 per month: one 3-room house, rents for $5: two good wells: one barn; large chicken house; three acres fenced with wire; about 35 good fruit trees; in good settlement with churches and schools; nine miles from Birmingham, on Southern rail way; good pike road: price $1000; $300 cash, balance $20 per month. W. E. EWART. Real Estate, Loans, Insurance. Farms. 214 Brown-Marx Bldg. Main 2595. 3-18-2t FOR SALE—T medium size safe, 1 triple mirror. 1 city directory. J. Davidson, 1929*fe 2d ave. 3-19-tf FOR SALE or exchange, 10 acres in Shades valley, 4*4 miles from court house; no improvements; eighth of a mile from county road; worth about $250 per acre: might exchange for 5 room house close to car, with nothing against it. Address D-28, care Age Herald. FOR SALE—NORWOOD For only $7000 we can sell you a new 9 room brick-veneer residence, on lot 50x 190, just off Boulevard. This property is worth at least $10u0 more than price asked. LESTER & FAIN. 2107 3d ave. Main 74. FOR SALE—Hudson auto touring car, electric starter ancl lights; cost new $1950; about year ago: fine condition, nice for family car or jitney; will sell cheap for cash or trade for good unin cumbered vacant lots close in. Address F-28, care Age-Herald. 3-19-2t FOR SALE—Will sacrifice my 1915 Reo touring car, which has been driven 2000 miles or better; reason for selling -owner has taken position traveling. If you haven’t got between $850 or $900. please don’t take up my time by answering this ad. This is a snap for some one who would appreciate owning a good car. Call Main 1236-J, Friday. BUY home, 100-foot lot, for about amount of mortgage; owner left city. 1417 Jef ferson Bank Bldg. Main 22. 3-19-5t FOR SALE—Burroughs adding machine; cost $300; used a few months; will sell for $125; this is big sacrifice. Address W-72, care Age-Herald. 3-18-2t FOR SALE—Two fine roll top desks and chairs; each cost $50; will sell for $20 each; also fireproof safe, 49x29, only $35. Address X-72. care Age-Herald. 3-18-2t MRS. JACK’S BEATEN BlSCUTTSr" ASK YOUR GROCER. MONkY to LEND TALK WITH ALAN JEMISOn! " Main 100. 8-8-tf REAL ESTATE loans to suit you in amount, terms and interest; can pay back monthly or yearly; will take second mortgage. John W. Prude. 106 N. 22d st. Bell phone 240. 10-16-tf WE negotiate loans and sell real estate. Can handle desirable farm loans. Mc Connell, AngJn, White, 2026 3d ave. __10-2fl-tf WE invite application for loans on city! West End and Woodlawn improved property. Money on hand. Leonard Riley Co., 725 Woodward. 3-14-tl REAL ESTATE PAPERS. We are prepared to discount properly secured purchase money paper and to negotiate loans on improved real estate In Birmingham and Bessemer. REALTY TRUST CO. 808 N. 20th St. 2-25-tf-dly-ex-sun FIRST-CLASS LOANS ONLY 815,000 to 850,000 6 PER CENT INTEREST NET Also city and suburban homes. Money available at once. TALK WITH ALAN JEMISON, 10th Floor Jeff. Co. Bank Bldg. 3-7-su-tu-th-fr-tf BANKRUPT BALE. Enlire stock and fixtures of Wrlght-Ac ton Mercantile Co., bankrupt, will be disposed of at once, regardless of price, as a whole or In part. Store will open Saturday morning. Prices about half. TRUSTEE S SALES CO. 3401-8 2nd AVE. \ IfSiTii RATES—One cent a word a day; no ad. taken for lea* than 25c for flrat laser tlon. <wxh mnwt accompany order. MAILING LISTS piled. Letters, addressing, mailing, printing. "Ask Mr. Hammllle, he prob ably knows." Phone 1446 Main, Blrming ham. 2-11-tl STOCK CERTIFICATES LEGAL BLANKS LITHOGRAPH BONDS SEAL PRESSES RUBBER STAMPS Manufactured By ROBERTS & SON, (Inc.) “The III* Alabama Ilona." ROUT. W. EWING, President 1810-1812 THIRD AVE. Phone 8461 Mala DON’T HOARD YOUR MONEY Put it with an old fashioned, trustworthy Building and Loau Association that you know is safe and sound, which will pay you 6 per cent, and your money back when you want it, with interest to date of withdrawal. Jefferson County Building & Loan Association 113 N. 21st Street F. M. Jackson, Pres. Chappell Cory, Gen. Mgr. _LEGAL NOTICES__ l<egnl Notice In the District Court of the United States for the Southern Division of the Northern District of Alabama. In the matter of Atlantic Lumber «V. Roofing Co.. Doing Rusines at Time? As East Birmingham Iron Roofing & Corrugating Co., Bankrupt—In Bankruptcy. No. 14001. Whereas, heretofore, on the loth day of February, 1915, a petition seeking to have adjudged as an involuntary bankrupt the above named Atlantic Lumber & Roofing Co., doing burines? at times as East Birmingham Iron Roofing Ac Corrugating company, was filed in the office of the clerk of the Jiforesaid district court, and it being made to appear that there are no of ficers of said bankrupt corporation within this judicial district upon whom personal service of the subpoena here in, can be made: and, Whereas, application is this day made by the attorneys for petition ing creditors in said cause for an or der of this court designating a day upon which the absent defendant is required to appear and demur, answer or plead, and that said order be pub lished as provided by law. And the court upon consideration of said application being of the opinion that the relief therein prayed for should be granted: It Is therefore, by the court or dered, adjudged and decreed that serv ice of such subpoena be made by pub lishing this order together with said subpoena in the Birmingham Age Herald, a newspaper published in the city of Birmingham, Ala., In said dis trict, once a week for two consecu tive weeks, the last publication to bo on the 31st day of March. 1915. It is further ordered that s;iid At lantic Lumber & Roofing Co., doing business at times as East Birmingham Iron Roofing & Corrugating Co., be and it hereby is required to appear and demur, answer or plead to said original bankruptcy petition hereto fore filed In this cause, on or before the 81st day of March, 1916. Done at Birmingham, Ala., this 16th day of March, A. D.. 1915. W. I. GRUBB, United States District Judge. In the District Court of the United States for the Southern Division of the Northern District of Alabama. To Atlantic Lumber & Roofing Co., a Corporation, doing business at. Times as East Birmingham Iron Roofing & Corrugating Co„ in Said District, Greeting: For certain causes offered before the district court of the United States of America within and for the south ern division of the Northern districc of Alabama, as a court of bankruptcy, we command and strictly enjoin you, laying all other matters aside, and notwithstanding any excuse, that you personally appear before our said dis trict court to be holden at Birming ham, In said district, on the 31st day of March, A. D„ 1915, to answer a petition filed by Alabama Mill & Ele vator Co., et al, in our said court, praying that you may be adjudged a bankrupt; and to do further and re ceive that which our said district court shall consider in this behalf. And this you are in nowise to omit, under the pains and penalties of what may befall thereon. Witness the Honorable W. I. Grubb, judge of the said court, and the seal thereof, at Birmingham, this mm day of February, A. D., 1915. (Beal) CHA& J. ALLISON. 2-12-2C Clerk. |. A.• . * BEGIN TRANSFER OF FEDERAL MONEY Washington, March 18.—Transfer of some of the government money now on deposit in national banks, to the treasury, with a view to redepositing it later in federal reserve banks has been be£un by direction of Secretary McAdoo. There is about $56,000,000 now.’ on deposit with national banks, which can be trans ferred, but so far only a comparatively small amount has been touched. It was explained tonight by treasury officials that the transfers to date have been from banks which had more government money than they could use under present conditions. When the plan for transfer of funds to reserve banks was broached last fall several members of the federal reserve board were understood to have indicated their objection unless such funds were distributed throughout the system. The understanding is, however, that when the distribution is made, probably several weeks hence, all the banks will be con sidered. In addition to funds now' in national banks, the treasury can deposit possibly $100,000,000 more now in its vaults or in treasury offices outside Washington. Pos sibly $20,000,000 or $25,000,000 would be kept there. The federal reserve banks receiving gov ernment deposits would act as fiscal agents for the government. Whether they must pay the 2 per cent interest now' charged national banks on government deposits will be determined later by Sec letary McAdoo. SUSTAIN ORDER FOR DEPORTATION San Francisco, March 18.—An order for deportation of 22 Hindus, issued by immi gration authorities in August, 1913, wai sustained today by the United States cir cuit court of appeals in aiiirming a de cision of Federal Judge Dooling, who de nied the defendants writs of habeas cor pus. The Hindus came from Manila. They contended their admission into Manila constituted admission to United States territory. The higher court’s opinion says cli matic and other conditions d.ifer in Ma nila and San Francisco and that the de portution order was justified by reasons of public health. Guadalajara Recaptured Uos Angeles, March IS.—Guadalaiura. which has changed hands twice before within the last few' weeks, was recaptured yesterday by Carranza troops, according to a message received here today by Adolfo Carillo, Carranza representative. Ten thousand Carranza soldiers, it was stated, attacked the garrison of 20 009 Villa troops and routed them after a brief fight, in which there were only a few casualties on either side. LEGAL NOTICES Notice of Special Meeting of Stockhold er* of Jefferson County Savin*:* Hank All stockholders of Jefferson County Savings bank will take notice that u special meeting of stockholders has been called to be held in the direct ors’ room of the Jefferson County Sav ings Bank building, on the northwest corner of Second avenue and Twenty first street, in the city of Birmingham, Ala., on Monday, the 12th day of April, 1915, at 12 o’clock noon, to oonside. and act upon the proposal to decrease the present capital stock of said cor poration from $500,000 par value to $125,000 par value and thereafter to increase the capital stock of the ianU. as so reduced, to $500,000 par value by the issue of $375,000 of stock, and ail substantially as proposed bv the reso lutions of directors and stockholders adopted March 8. 1915: also to con sider and act upon the plan and basis of reorganization proposed by direct ors and stockholders, and any other or different plan, method or basis for the reorganization of said bank and i the resumption of business by it: also to ratify and confirm all and singular the acts, contracts and undertakings of the committee on reorganization appointed at said meetings of stock holders and directors, and to elect or approve the election of a new board of directors: to authorize the election or appointment bv the board of directors of a chairman of said board and o 1 sifch vine presidents and committees, and with such duties, powers and coinpen- j sation as may be deemed wise by said board; to amend the by-laws of the corporation or its charter in any man ner that may be deemed wise, and to change the name of the corporation If desired; and, in general, to consider and take action upon anv proposal which may he made In connection with the reorganization of or resumption of ; business bv said bank and any plan, proposal or requirement of the super intendent of bapks. or any matter which might be considered at an an nual or special meeting in response to notice specifically defining sucli mat ter or proposal, as well as any and all corporate matters which may cotne before the meeting. BY ORDER OF THE BOARD OF DI RECTORS. EUGENE F. ENSLEN. President WILLIAM C. STERRETT. Cashi *r. 3-12-4t-fr 4 I £ PRINTING “■ B’hamPublishingCo. Jk*. C. Healer. Jr. 17*0 M Are.