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/I DlDNT&€.TTIME^ / SCOOP TO TELLHOO _J THE IDEE - MY SCHEME-1 IS'TO FLV FPGM ^ 1 I 'TO TW ’ PANAMA \CONAL- UP SIDE DOWN ; \T WILL BE COME IT’S A LONG SWIM TO GASOLINE ijgjr'lMG'LAO 'X ' ^7 X VA/OR&. MY \ BATHING-SUIT-\ Sf~\ 15 TH PACIFIC WETASTfl’ ) HoUE IH r IpSj scooP-rqdHT u yjP( KEEP HER OP- / j^\urr BE. OUT / I © IHTt.- SYXO -BfHSI'O - (MO — Want Ads For THE AGE-HERALD can be left at Florence Hotel Cigar Store, 2d Ave. and 19th St. John D. Parker, let Ave. and 20th Stv Browu-Marx Cigar Store, 1st Ave. and 20th St. First National sank Cigar Store. 2d Ave. and 20th S'. Uorman-Uaunnill Drug Co., 2220 2d Ave. Kissell Pharmacy, liuo N. 13th St. Milner Drug Co., 1900 Huntsville Ave. Norwood Puamiacy, 2631 12th Ave., N. Twenty-first Avenue Drug Co.. 2601 21st Ave., N. Walker Drug Co., 2707 29th Ave., N. Quinn Drug Co., 500 Tuscaloosa Ave., We»t End. West End Drug Co., 1122 Tuscaloosa Ave., West End. Cheek Drug Co., 2200 Are. F, S., cigar counter. Magnolia Pharmacy, Magnolia Point. S., cigar counter. East End Drug Co., 600 27th St., S., cigar counter, Reid's Pharmacy, 2720 Ave. Q. S., cigar coenter. Maurice Eetaw, 1430 11th Ave., S., cigar counter. Five Points Drug Co., Five Points, S., cigar counter. Richmond Pharmacy, corner 12th St., and St. Charles St., 8., cigar counter. ONE CFNT A WORD RATES—Onr rent « word n dny: no nd. taken for less than 2R«* for first Inser tlon. (null ninsl iuMMunpnii y order. _ fciAFETY RAZOR blades sharpened bet ter than new, 25c dozen. Send them parcel post. Robert Prowell Stove Co., Birmingham. 4-10-tf W buy second hand clothes, shoes, for cash. Phone 1581. 2116 2d. 1-20-tf Tub special messengei, can «>b. Business strictly confidential. 6-23-tf 34U pays for a complete course, any de partment, if arrangements are made be fore August 14. Phone or call Massey Business College, 2024% :bl ave. 7-10-tf WANTED Bungalow on Northside or Southside. furnished or unfurnished, about September 1. Address N-68, care Age-Herald. 7-15-8t SALES LETTERS SPECIALISTS This agency specializes in preparing and ; multigraphing high class facsimile typewritten letters with the utmost dispatch. Modern equipment, expert ad writers and wide experience en able us to guarantee satisfaction. Give us the opportunity to consult with you on tiie next Job. BEAUMONT ADVERTISING AGENCY Main 4262. 1628 Jeff. Co. Bk. Bldg. I 5-29-sat-su-wed-tf WANTED—To rent, a furnished cottage in • in one of the suburbs, near a car line, for a mouth and probably longer. Address 8-68. care Age-Herald. 7-16-3t »WANTED— At once, a substantial ward * robe trung in good condition at reason able price. Phone Main 3070. ANTED— Small, strictly modern fur nished housekeeping apartment for 6<> or 90 days; give complete detail by letter. P, O. Box 173 7-17-2t SITUATION WANTED LA da under (he head of situations ] wanted are free to deserving ones. J WE furnish competent help of all classes on short notice. Phone 3632. 7-15-.7t LADY stenographer wants position. Ad dress 1772 Jefferson ave., West End. Phone West End 719-J. 7-16»2t W’ ANTED—Position by married man; good sawmill man; would take charge of farm; am a good mechanic; good ref erences; take any kind of job; take farm on shares. Address Q-68, care Age Herald. 7-16-2t EXPERIENCED supply house manager desires change August 1; 5 years with T. C. I. & R. R. Co.; references. Ad dress D-68, care Age-Herald. 7-13-3t-tu-thu-sat WIDOW of refinement wants work as housekeeper in small family; references given and required. Address W-68, care Age-Herald. 7-17-2t-sat-mo fOTNOlnjni of 23 wants position as sales man; 5 years’ experience; A-l refer ences; only moderate salary expected to begin. Address P. O. Box 8, McWil liams. Ala. 7-17-21 W’ANTED—By~a capable, refined woman, 3[ the position of matron in some school or •college; satisfactory reference given. Ad dress Mrs. M. C. R., General Delivery, Dadevllle, Ala.7-17-2t MONEY TO LEND ,¥Xr3<''w'it'h^alan' jEmison. Main 10U. 8-8-tf ItEAL. ESTATE loans to suit you Fn amount, terms and interest; can pay back monthly or yearly. John \V. Prude, 106 23d st„ N. Hell phone 240. 10-16-tf E negotiate loans and sell real es tate. Can handle desirable farm loanB. McColiaell. Anglin, White, 2026 3d ave. 10-29-tf fcAN handle promptly applications for desirable first mortgage loans, l.eon ard-Riley Co.. 725 Woodward, e-9-tf REAL ESTATE PAPER. !Wa are prepared to discount properly se cured purchase money notes, to make loans on improved real estate in Bir mingham and Bessemer ,und to furnish auch paper to investors. We also make loans for periods not ex ceeding six months, on high-grade col lateral. Realty Trust Co., 303 N. 20th st 5-lo-tu-tli-sat-tf * V/ANTED—FEMALE HELP ^ 'HT’PAYS'Tor a complete course, any de artment, if arrangements are made be •» August 14. Phone or call Massey ••ess College, 3024% 3d ave. 7-10-tf make shields at home. $10 for ~k sent prepaid; no canvass stamp. Ivanhoe Mfg. Co.. cP 7-11-81 • tied nurse. Apply 1018 S. 7-16-3t ••dies and men ds, clothing 10c to 50c o. ladies’ $1.50 mu. /ns 59c; 50c ladies . awers 25c; 65c corset covers 23c. Hurry Saturday to the Remnant Store, 2017 2d Ave. ONE CENT A WORD RATES—One rent n Word n day: no ad. taken for leas than 26c for first Inaer tlo.i, ( a*«li niin.t iiccoiininny nrilrr. FOR SALE TALK WITH ALAN JEM I SON. 1003 Jeff. Co. Hank Bldg. S-8-tf a E in build you a home. Birming ham Building and Imp. Co.. 414-15-16 American Trust Bldg. 1-16-tf FOR SALE—One 160 horsepower Babcock & Wilcox water tube boiler, thoroughly o\ r hauled and inspected by Hartford Steam Boiler Inspection and Insurance company, with an allowance of 15l) lbs. pressure. Kilby Frog and Switch com pany, P. O. Box 914. Birmingham, Ala. 6-13-tf FOR SALE 70 SUITS OF SOLID WALNUT FURNI TURE SELLING AT 60 CENTS ON THE DOLLAR. MUST SELL AT < 'E. 1711 1ST \ V u. 7-11-71 eod Icent allowance on your old electric bulbs on purchase of new ones. S. M. Bernheim Co., 2111 1st ave. _ 7-6-tf •Ti(J PAYS for a complete course, any de partment, if arrangements are made be fore August 14. Phone or call Massey Business College, 2024V£ 3d ave. 7-10-tf NOTICE, home furnishers, do you want to furnish your home with beautiful solid walnut furniture at 50 cents on the dollar? If so, call 1711 1st ave. n /l-7t-eod FOR sale Three large refrigerators, 1 ice box, 200 lbs.; 1 20-ft. counter, 1 ice machine, 1 bread warmer, I dish warmer, 1 dish washer, 1 knife cleaning machine, Leader; 2 steam ta bles, 2 exhaust fans, 1 meat block, 18 tables and chairs, 1 cashier's de3k, 66 washstands, 44 bowis and pitchers. Apply Birmingham hotel. 7-11 -71 EQUITY IN HOME CHEAP. Have more than one-half equity in beautiful 10-room home in the best residence section of West End, which 1 will sell at a sacrifice; reasonable terms. Call Main 2479 for parti u la rs. 7 -13 - 61 14 CEILING fans, all in first class condition, just the thing to keep your store cool. Selling at less than half actual cost. 1711 1st ave. 7-ll-7teod 40 £.cres, fee simple, 6 miies from court house; must be sold; biggest of all liar gains. William Martin, 214J/2 N. 2kst. 7-16-2t A CASH REGISTER DO YOU NEED ONE? I HAVE FOR SALE 4 NATIONAL CASH REGIS TERS AT ONE-IIALF ACTUAL COST. 1711 1ST AVE. __ 7-ll-7t-eod Sacrifice Sale SEVERAL CLOSE IN MODERN HOMES, ONE-THIRD LESS THAN CASH VALUE, ON MARKET FOR 10 DAYS AT THESE t’RICES. NORM ENT. 2026 1ST AVE. 7-16-10t ON account of owner leaving city, will sell cabin cruiser 25 feet long, 7*4 feet beam, 2*4 feet draft, with 0 h. p. Lathrop, electric lights, dynamo, stor age battery, complete equipment. Excep tional bargain. P. O. Box 763, Mobile. _ 7-16-7t PROSPECTIVE hotel openers: If you want to buy the complete furnishings for a first-class 70-room hotel at less than half actual cost. 1711 1st ave. 7-ll-7t eod FCHi SALE—Ford roadster In fair oon dition. Phone Main 5703-W. 7-17-tf FOR SALE—Cheap, 30-inch exhaust fan. Apply 410 N. 19th st. Phone Main 223. ___ FOR SALE—Wagons: one open water melon wagon, $30; one new panel laundry wagon, $110; all in good condition. Birmingham Carriage 6c Wagon Co.. 1701 4th ave. 7-17-2t ‘ For Sale—A “Snap” $1500—One block of Perney Station, West End. lovely 5-room cottage, with con veniences; lot 50x170. This Is a "sixty cent on the dollar" proposition. If there ever was a genuine bargain, this is it. See me about it at once. Bethea R. E. & Ins. Co. 3027 3d avenue. See John B. Bethea, Jr. “ARTSQUARES CARPETS AND LINOLEUMS CAN BE BOUGHT AT 25 CENTS ON THE DOL LAR. IF INTERESTED, CALL 1711 1ST AVE. 7-11-71 -cod for sale Stock peas, $1 *26 per bushel* Johnston Bros. Co., 2224 1st ave., Bir mingham, Ala._7-15-3t-tu-sat-su ”V^ANTKHr-]BqA R l) E RS_ SuTrE^fDTD’ToorTr^TKpfmaTdT'lTor^uur’cold running water in room, garage if de sired; 3 car lines, South Highlands. 182o Main. 7-13-Gt IN colonial residence, 2 large rooms, ad joining bath, en suite or separate; best table board, very reasonable; references. 1120 11th ave.. south; Jitneys and two car lines. Main 3613. 7-16-3t ROOM and board or meals. 507 22d st., North." -1 7 - 31 _ __PERSONAL^ _ LADIES—$1000 rewardPf positively guar antee my great successful ‘‘monthly” reiredy; safely relieves some of the longest, most obstinate, abnormal cases In three to five days; no harm, pain or Interference with work; mail, $1.50: double strength, $2; booklet free. Dr SouthingUjn, 3b Long Bldg., Kansas Lily. Mo. 10-U-tf SWAPPERS’ COLUMN_ _^S\\\APT^^_ SWAPPERS COLUMN_ WILL swap money for men and worn WILT, swap for cash, cottage at St. Clair en’s old clothes. Call at 2206 2d ave Springs on lot 105 feet by 210 feet; ct t 7-13 7t tage in good condition and furnished; —i-it— . , i * n property carries right to use of spring LX( MANGE—Poolroom, 2 new tables, 11- ' . . ,, ® __ ,, inic , ., . Dnninoo water. Address Box 900, Birmingham, cense paid 1915, tor Ford car. Business . . 6-17-tf house and lot for car, surrey or buggy ’_~ and harness. J. W. Butler, Dora, Ala. 1 WILL swap money for men and women’s 7-17-2t old clothes. Call at 2206 2d ave. 7-13-7t WANTED—MALE HELP NEWS agent on railroad train; cash se curity required. Union News Co., Ter minal station. 7-9-tf $40 PAYS for a complete course, any de partment, if arrangements are made be fore August 14. Phone or call Massey Business College. 2024% 3d ave. 7-10-tf PRINTING SAI.KSMEN I >«'finit«• propo sition; want capable representatives in following cities: Birmingham, Mont gomery. Mobile, Gadsden, Anniston, Sel ma. Tuscaloosa; contract includes inter mediate territory—something new. Chas. A. Beach, Dist. Mgr., 603 N. Jackson st.. Atlanta. Ga. 7-16-3t ROYS, listen to these bar gains: 50c blouse waist 24c; little fellow hats, 50c kind, Saturday, 25c; boys’ easy walkers, white or black, Saturday only 38c. Rem nant Store, 2017 2d Ave. ~_BUSINESS CHANCES $40 PAYS for a complete course, any de partment, if arrangements are made be- i fore August 14. Phone or call Massey j Business College, 2024% 3d ave. 7-10-tf i DISTRICT manager with executive j ability can connect for Alabama ter ritory with the liveliest proposition of today; repeater and pays hand somely. T. N. F. M. Co.. Rooms 302 304 Scimitar Bldg., Memphis, Tenn. 7-11-lot ___ FOR RENT $40 PAYS for a complete course, any de partment, if arrangements are made be fore August 14. Phone or cull Massey Business College, 2024% 3d ave. 7-10-tC FOR RENT—Bow rates. Better secure a place while these war prices are on: 1 6-room cottage, up-to-date, $10. 1 5-room cottage, up-to-date, $11.50. 1 6-room cottage, up-to-date, $12.50. 1 7-room cottage, up-to-date, $13. Fine neighborhood, fine streets. Will lease at above prices until April only. C. D. EBERSORE, 2105 3D AVE. _7-16-tf 5-room furnished apartment; good loca tion. Cali Main 4725-J.7-16-3t SUMMER RESORTS ■ T'3E£a©Eg A SPR'INGS, ABA., was never prettier than now. The rainy spell has broken and vegetation is at its height. The beautiful grass and I lawns ami massive oaks make this an ideal place for rest and pleasure. A fine string band, organ, dancing audi torium, swimming pool, two bowling al leys and tennis court, constitute the amusements. An abundance of fine fruit and nice vegetables, plenty of fresh milk and butter, all from our own garden and dairy, besides there is no scarcity of chickens and eggs, which is supplied to the guests all the time. The health of the place was never better; there is absolutely no sickness at all here. Special rates balance of July, $10.50 per week or $1.50 per day. Write to T. H. Mabson, Mgr.7-15-7t WANTED—HELP ~ $40 PAYS for a complete course, any^'dcs partment, If arrangements are made be fore August 14. Phone or call Massey Business College, 2024% 3d ave. 7-10-tf MEN-WOMEN—$75 month; list govern ment jobs open free. Franklin Institute, Dept. 3-F, Rochester, N. Y. 7-9-2mo-ex-mo-tu-t h WAITED Five men End women. Can make from $20 to $30 per week. Experi ence unnecessary. 2004 5th ave., N. 7-16-tf FIRE—HOOFING ’mxw. MADE IN BIRMINGHAM FULLY GUARANTF,' 3 FURNACES. ALL MAKES. REPAIRED. RIGHT PRICER GEORGE E. LUM M. & R. CO. 1 20TH ST.. S. PHONE M. fi-9-snn-wed-Bat-tf. MISCELLANEOUS J-RACTICAR and scientific horseshoe ing; dog and horse clipping a special ty. Ill S. 18th sa. 7-3-15t-eod PRACTICAB and scientific horseshoeing, dog and horse clipping a specialty. Ill S, 1st h St. 7-5-15t-er>d SPECIALISTS _ _ DRS. DOZIER & DOZIER Specialists In Nervous, Blood, Skin, Fe male and Genito-Urinary and all Chron ic Diseases of Men and Women. 2020% First ave., Birmingham. 6-29-eod-tf FOR RENT-ROOMS^ _ NTuprrr^^TmTr^e^^'foiU^roornsT^h ° t bath at all hours; price reasonable. 2212 4th ave. 2-20-tf NICELY furnished rooms with sleeping porch, 1212 South 20th st. Phone Main 1307-J. 7-11-71 COOL rooms, $2.50 per week"; Targe* shady porch. 2209 6th ave., N. 7-11 - 7 i. NICE housekeeping roQinit every con venience, rent cheap. 1707 8th ave., N. 7-14-5t FURNISHED apartment. modern. 3 rooms, kitchenette. screened front porch, hall, bath, back porch, newly pa pered, neat, clean. 2125 Ave. I. Main 3994. _ 7-17-2t FI RNISHED room convenient to bath, in quiet house; rent reasonable. Phone 8446 Main. 7-17-71 FURNISHED rooms on South High lands. one-half block from car line; furnace heat and all other modern conveniences; references exchanged. Phone Main 2157. 1100 Louise st. 7-17-31 TWO nicely furnished rooms; modern home; summer rates. 1615 10th ave.. South. 7-17-2t ~ “ WANTED—AGENTS $40 PAYS for a complete course, any de partment. if arrangements are made be fore August 14. Phone or call Massey Business College, 2024V6 3d ave. 7-10-if _a FIV K-PA SSEN G E R^StiuTel takeiC^HWf'mod - el; new gears and good tires; $250 cash or will trade on cut-down Ford. Apply 902 N. ISt-li st., or phone Main 496. ?-8-7t FOUND BROACH found on Third avenue; suffi cient identification and payment for ad vertisement required. Phone Ensley tiO-J. $5 and $(> Men’s Pants, todav .$2.85 GOLDSTEIN’S 2008 2nd Ave. Next to First National Bank In Ordering (ioihIx Plense Mention THE AGE-HERALD JITNEY BUTTER ROLLS 1: - Something New Twelve lor a Nickel McGOUGH’S BAKERY 2123 Second Avenue $1 l.’nion Suits, I today only . tJU\s GOLDSTEIN’S 2008 2ml Ave. Next to First National Bank In Ordering (iuodii Plea«e .Mentioa THE AfiE-HKHALD CHICHESTER S PILLS _ tiie diamond HR A Nil. ■ Lad lent AhL j iTil-cliei.trri Pill® in Med no»es, sealed \. T*k« n® other. Bnr or jour ^ rnMUt. Ask for Oiri.OllkA.TRR S DIAMOND BRAND PILLS, for S* 1 years known as Best.Safest. Always Reliable SOLD BV DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE ARRIVAL AND DEPARTI RE OF PA^EXGER TRAINS, BIRMINGHAM The following schedule figures are published only as information, and are not | guaranteed. _ _ _ BIRMINGHAM TERMINAL STATION Southern Railway No. Arrive from - No. Impart to— 29 New York 5:45 pm 24 Jacksonville 4:00 pm 11 Atlanta 0:00 pm 12 Atlanta 12:15 am 39 Atlanta ll:10pm 40 Atlanta 5:30 am 10 Columbus 11:15 am SO New York 9:00 am 12 Greenvill© 7:55 pm 11 Greenville 0:45 am 28 Selma 11:35 am 19 Mobile-Selma T :00 am 20 Moblle-Selma 7:00 pm 27 Selma 4:40 pm 23 Jacksonville 1*2:20 pm 15 Columbus 3:45 pm Queen «& t’reacent Route A. G. S. R. R. No Arrive from— No. Impart to— 1 Cincinnati 10:25 pm 1 N. O. it Slir'pt 10:35 pm 2 New Orleans 0:20 am 2 Cin. A- N. Y. 0:30 am 3 Cincinnati 10:20 am 3 New Orleans 10:25 am 4 New Orleans 0:35 pm 4 Cincinnati 0:40 pm 5 Chattanooga 11:43 am 5 Meridian 4 10 pm 21 Chattanooga 9:00 pm 22 Chattanooga 5:05 am *6 Meridian 10:50 am 6 Chattanooga 4:00 pm 12 Meridian 11:10 pm 11 Meridian 6:30 am Frisco Linen No. Arrivs from— No. Depart to— 105 Kansas City 3:50 pm 100 Kansas City 12:30 pm 103 Kansas City 5:20 um 104 Kansas City 11:20 pm 925 Atuory 10 :15 am 920 Amory 3:25 pm 921 Memphis 5:55 pm 922 Memphis 7:00 am Ceutrnl of Ga. Ry. No. Arrive front No. Depart lo— 1 Macon 10:10 pm 2 Macon 7:00 am 3 Jacksonville 12:25 pm lo Jackscuville 4:10 pnt Ill IIMi N (ill AM TERMINAL STATION Seaboard Air Line Ry. No. Arrive from No. l>epnrt to— 5 New York 10 :20 pm 6 New York 9:30 am 11 New York 12:15 pm 12 New York 3:10 nm 23 Atlanta 0:30 pm 22 Atlanta 5:30 am llllnola Central Ry. No. Arrive from— No. Depart to— 9 ck*caQ°_4 -00 Dm 10 Chicago 12:45 pm LOUISVILLE A NASHVILLE STATION L. A N. R. R. No. Arrive from— No Depart to— 1 Cincinnati 8:52 am 1 New Orleans 9:00 am 2 New Orleans 1210 pm 2 Cincinnati 12:52 pn. 3 Cincinnati 3:02 pm 3 New Orleans 3:15 pm 4 New Orleans 8:37 pm 4 Cincinnati M:45 pm ft Decatur 7:1ft pm *6 Decatur 7:00 ain 7 Cincinnati 3:50 am 8 Cincinnati 11:45 put 10 Montgomery 7:45 pm 9 Montgomery «:00aht •15 Decatur 10:13 am *14 Decatur 4:00 put IlirntlnKbam Mineral No. Arrive from— No. ]>epart to— 39 Praco 5 :15 pm 38 Praco 8:25 am 48 Tuscaloosa 11:10 am 41 Blocton 6:30 am 42 Blocton 7:25 pm 49 lilocton 2:54 am 46 Anniston 10:40 am 44 Anniston 3:40 pm 4< Anniston (3:50 pm 46 Anniston 8:35 am 102 Tuscaloosa 5:30 pm 101 Tuscaloosa 7:00 am V . , . A., II. A A. No Arrive from - No. Depart to— -8 Roanoke 11 30 am 26 Ronnnke 7:30 am 2-> Manchester 6:00 pm _*| Manchester 4:15 pm | Train* marked thus (#) run dally except Sunday. Other trains run dally. Central tlaa ~ I MEAT SPECIALS Rib Roast.12V>c and 14c Beef Pot Roast .... 11c and 13c I Pork Shoulders .14c; Hindquarters Lamb .16c Veal Roast_12 c and 15c Veal Chops.15c and 18c Lamb Chops.18c and 25c Chuck Steak .13c Round Steak .17c Sirloin Steak .t...16c Porterhouse Steak.18c All Stew and Boiling Meat.8c and 10c Pure Pork Sausage 12M>c & 15c All Smoked Sausage ... 12V£c White Meat ... .12%c and 14c Special Royal Hams.16c Breakfast Bacon . .20c and 22c Seasoning Bacon .15c Picnic Hams.14c Dressed Hens.15c Young Fryers.23c AT Buehler Bros. 2119 Second Avenue $10 Men’s Palm Beach Suits, all patterns. 4 Special today .... tp I O GOLDSTEIN’S 2008 2nd Ave. Next to First National Bank In Ordering G<mm1n I’lciinc Mention THE AGE-HERALI) VILLA FORCES ARE DEFEATED, REPORT Douglas, Ariz., July 16.—Villa forces under General Trujillos were routed near Cahullona today by 8000 Carranza troops, who left Agua Prieta secretly last night, said an official report to night from Col. Max Joffre. chief of staff for General Calles, Carranza com mander In Sonora. The report said the fighting lasted four hours and that the Villa troops left 60 dead and 22 wounded. Two machine guns and 200,000 rounds of cartridges were captured, according to the report. The Carranza losses were placed at two dead and 12 wounded. Villa officials denied there had been a battle. The Governor Today to Entertain Newly Weds of Legislature Montgomery, July 16.—(Special.) Governor and Mrs. Henderson will en tertain at dinner tomorrow the five members of the legislature who have recenty entered the married state. The five are Senators Denson, Holmes and Jones and Representatives Thompson and Tubb. Today at the mansion the chief ex ecutive entertained the members of the recess committee on Judiciary. It is said that it is his purpose to enter tain every member at his home before the adjournment of the session. $12 Men’s Shirts, fancy pat terns. Special d*"| today. GOLDSTEIN’S 2008 2nd Ave. Next to First National Bank In Ordering c>o<m1n Pleane Mention THE AGE-HERALD DOCTORS Dozier & Dozier Specialists Nervous, Hluod, Skin, Rental, Genito urinary, Feuiule and Chronic Diseases We treat scientifically chronic nerv- i oue. blood. Bktn, genito-urinary and fe- j male diseases; also cancer, ecrofula, rheumatism and morbid condition of the heart, lungs, liver, kidneys and pel vic organs of men and women; and by reason of long experience, modern methods and excellent facilities, effect cures in as short time as possible and with moderate expenses to patients. We furnish medicines without extra charge, and give our patients the bene fits to be derived from X-Rays, Viols! Rays. Ruby l.ight Baths, Medicated Vapor and Nebulized Inhalation and everything that we can make available for the speedy cure of our patienta 806-S14—the famous German remedy for Specific Blood Poison—is scientif ically administered by us. Our Medical Institute was established In Birmingham over 25 years ago and is one of the beet equipped medical In stitutions In Alabama. We make no charge for consultatloa and examination. Offices 202# Vb First Arenas _ - Age-Herald Want Ads Bring the House to You --- I There’s really no use any more, Tramping the streets till your feet are sore— Hunting a house, apartment or flat— A “CLASSIFIED AD’’ will save you all that. _J \ Save shoe leather, considerable temper and a lot of time and worry by reading the "FOR RENT" classified in THE AGE-HERALD or putting some landlord "pepper” to what you want to rent or where you want to live in a want ad “tip in type.” The Age-Herald carries the most extensive list of HOUSES, APART MENTS, BUNGALOWS, FLATS, etc., FOR RENT. Resourceful and re liable information you’ll bo glad to profit by. Real estate men and land lords renting their own property recognize the resourcefulness of our CLASSIFIED columns and are daily users of them. When You Want—Phone Four Nine Hundred N OUR WANT AD MESSENGER WILL CALL FOR YOUR AD Grocery News to the 1 uyer j REMEMBER We give both Brown and S. & H. Green i 30-day accounts. , i. Good quality, good values and prompt deli Phone your next order (o Main 1053 ' J. T. THORP \ Stli Ave. and 24th A. R. DEARBOR :0. Announce the removal REAL ESTATE and ANCE offices from First 116 North Twent St. GIVE US A TRIAL t. i ' 15 lbs. Sugar .$1 00 7 cans Pe .... *Sc ! 24 lb. bag S. F. Flour.90c Scans Ho !.’!!]l5c 10 lb. bucket Pure Lard.$1.25 f PJ®"' * s ..!25c 10 lb. bucket Snowdrift Lard ....95c :j large ca ?.5c 1 peck Meal. .25c S bars Ivc . 25c • I All kinds of vegetables, fresh meats, milk and cov service. ! NORTHSIDE GROCE i F. L. THIEMONGE, Froi ; ! 191 N. 19th Street Un i$7§ i %i~U~U~U~.n_ ~U~U ' Through Sleeper Leave lttrvulngham .... R 1 Arrive Afthevllle... a lu - I|J (Dining earn nerving supper aud b jjj i -I For renervatlom ^Q3 || mmm\ citytic e I 1^1 1925 Fii I _SCHOOLS AND OOLLE ATHENS CO'LLEgI An “A” Grade Woman’* College of the M. E In the foothills of North Alabama between 800 .„ K . p level. Mild, invigorating elimate. Member of Alai . pni I leges. A. H. and B. S. degrees. First grade tea icaLs I awarded graduates by department of education. E necial I advantages in Music Art and Home Economics ; _MARY NORMAN t 8 PAY HOMAGE TO THE LIBERTY BELL Portland. Ore., July 16.—More than 200,000 persons paid homage to the Liberty Bell during its trip through Oregon today. Patriotism was rampant in Portland. A husky bystander almost created a panic in the dense crowd by knocking down a man who sneered at persons taking off their hats to the bell. People cheered as civil war veterans, hats in hand, bent low and kissed the relic. Dozens of women held babies to touch the bell. NO AME ST ON S l LEO t Liverpool. J -Horace L Washingto h , cabled the a Wash "'S'™ i aaHors re*cued from ner Leo when it was t h_ marine off th / nt havl submitted deP / ^ ataU aster.110 the Eleven of 2 lhe Leo , were drowned ^ wers .three Amerlcs t a gea^ man; Harry \\ d H * Clark, a flrem ry I'