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AGE-HERALD WANT APS ARE WONDER WORKERS—USE THEM
THE AGE-HERALD
Alabama’s Greatest Newspaper
Complete Associated Press
Dispatches Daily
Exclusively on Sunday
Classified Advertising
RATES
CASH IN ADVANCE
One Cent n Word each insertion;
23 cents minimum charge.
Paragraphed matter, line dashes
or white space, 7 cents per counted
line. Count 6 words to the line; 10
lines to the inch.
TELEPHONE SERVICE
Telephone your order and we will
accept your ad over the telephone,
charge it to you at the regular rate,
and send bill the following morning.
Call Main 4000 and ask for Want
Adv. Dept.
_ LOST AND FOUND_
STRAYED- OIMSTOLEN—Last'Thursday,
two milch cows, near Ishkooda; one
with bell on; red, with a few white
spots; other large cream colored cow;
both had tips of horns sawed off. Re
ward. B. G. Cloudus, R. F. D., No. 1,
Blrlngham, Aim
T it (J-rAsSbN GEK lord, license No.
3*84, motor No. 1899707, In front of Jef
ferson theatre Thursday night, March
21; receive reward. 1101 Jefferson
County Bank Bldg.
LOST—Monday night, cameo pin be
tween Strand theatre and 8th ave.;
finder please call M. 7244-J, or return to
73S W. 20th st.
ONE lorgnette on chain, gold frame,
extension handle, bi-focal lenses; re
ward to finder. Mrs. H. E. Hutchens,
Tutwiler hotel.
_announcements_
DT TV Second-hand clothes.
W XU X5U X shoeB. 211# 2d Avs
Phone 1581.
HELP WANTED MALE
WANTED
Ten dinkey skinners at 40c
per hour,
Two hundred laborers at 25c
per hour.
Track foreman at 40c per
hour, on steam shovel
work.
Work will last 12 months.
Good, healthy camp.
A. J. TWIGGS & SONS
Bridgewater, N. C.
ENERGETIC, Intelligent salesmen who
appreciate the practical value and im
perative need of the New Encyclo
paedia Britannica today Can now earn
from $50 to $150 every week in Ala
bama and Tennessee. TVs can use wide
awake exhibit salesmen and capable
sales managers in large cities. Names
and addresses of prospective buyers in
every locality furnished. Railroad fare
paid; weekly drawing account against
liberal commissions to those who can
qualify. The Encyclopaedia Britannica,
902 First National Bank Bldg.
j§25 WEEK and guarantee
steady job for first-class
fast shoe repairer on all
work, including turn soles;
no other need apply. Wire
or write D. B. James Shoe
Hospital, Jackson, Tenn.
WANTED—First-class bar
ber; guarantee $20 per
week. Apply Kerr & Span
genberg, Jefferson County
Bank building.
WANTED—Colored coke pullers and
miners for West Virginia; coal load
ers for Kentucky; laborers for local
and out-of-town work; carpenters
and other openings. Call or write for
terms. Employment Office, 306 N.
26th st. (near Terminal station), Bir
mingham, Ala. _
WANTED—By large corporation, cap
able young man experienced in gen
eral office work and can write good
hand for clerical position; good sal
ary to right man with fine line of
promotion after qualifying; best of
references required. 1216 Jeff. Co. Bk.
Bldg.
Wanted—Chief clerk for local man
ufacturlng concern: must have ex
ecutive ability and be experienced
in bookkeeping and general office
work; man with technical experience
preferred; position open April 1. Ap
ply at once. 1216 Jeff. Co. Bk. Bldg.
[WANTED — Three Young
men for bell boys. Apply to
J. B. Sullivan, Tutwiler
hotel.
,w ajn Tiiiu—a gooa man to
handle labor, not afraid of
work. V-96, care Age
Herald.
WANTED—Cashier; must be young
man exempt from draft with ex
perience in general office work ailu
able to use typewriter; A-l refer
ences required. 1216 Jefferson Co.
Bk. Bldg.
WANTED—To ship Wednesday. 60
colored laborers, 26 white laborers.
$2.76 day on government work in
state; board reasonable. Church
Emp. Bureau. Steiner Bank Bldg.
WANTED—10 hoisting engineers, wages
ctC per hour; 20 carpenters, wages 40c
per hour, and 6 dinky engineers, wages
$7V4c per hour. Hardaway Contracting
Co., I.ugofi, S. C.__
WANTED—Two billing clerks with ex
perience in general office work and
Who can use typewriter; salary,
$100, with advancement. 1216 Jeff.
Co. Bk. Bldg.
Wa NTED—Fi rst-class office man, with
'some knowledge of accounting and
stenography; good pay and opportunity
for advancement. Address K-99, care
Age-Herald.
BOYS wanted' ^ to 18 years old.
Energetic boys can earn $10 to
$1$ a week. Paid weekly. Apply Postal
Telegraph-Cable Co., Brown-Marx Bldg.
WANTED—Assistant receiving clerS;
must be quick in figures and hustler;
good proposition. 1216 Jeff. Co. Bk.
Bldg._
WANTED—A first-class
hatter. Apply 2206 2d ave.
WANTED—Two engineer inspectors ;
tor track, bridge masonry and build
ing work. 1206 American Trust Bldg.
^NEWiT'agen tfi^orr^ranroafTTnuns^'^r^^
News Co., Terminal station.
XVANTKD-A first-class meat cutter. Cal
M. 5925.
\VANTED— First-class barber; guarante<
$22 week. 2128 4th ave., N. Empin
hotel.
HELP WANTED—FEMALE
\\rANTEI>—First-class cook, with best
references, for family of three; ser
vants’ house on property. Phone
Main 2645.
w j imj- At once, iirtfi-c»ass seamtresg
Yeatman & Baugh.
WANTED—Lady waiters. Apply 1. nitec
States Cafe, 202 19th st., Ensley.
HELP WANTED—MALE AND
_ . ^FEMALE __
'HOUSANDS of men and womonwant
ed to enter government service; war
has caused unprecedented demand in
every branch; no matter what you are
now doing, you can improve your con
dition and secure a government po
sition, god pay, steady employment,
as well as perform a very patriotic
pet into this interesting war activ
ity; our war bulletin NA-209 give?
full information; write today, stat
ing age, occupation, citizenship and
position preferred. Washington Civil
Service School, Washington, D. C.
duty to vour country. Qualify now,
THOUSANDS or government clerks
needed immediately; civil service ex
aminations soon; men and women de
siring positions, departmental, typists
stenographers, railway mail, postofUce,
write for free information. George W.
Robbins, Civil Service Expert, Jordan
Bidg., Washington, D. C.
BIRMINGHAM postoffice"" clerks (mein
women), and letter carriers wanted; ex
amination May 8. Our $5 thorough cor
respondence instruction unexcelled; am
ple preparation time remains; enroll im
mediately; free particulars. Federal
Civil Service School, Kellogg Bldg.,
Washington, D. C.
WANTED—Office men and stenogra
phers, salaries ranging from $1000 to
$3000 per year; also salesladies and of
fice boys. Make written application to
National Reference Co.. P. O. Box 265,
Bessemer. Ala.
WANTED—Two colored men cooks, white
woman cook; former school teachers;
carpenters; riggers; coal miners; col
ored families for farms; laborers, $2.75;
hotel maids; porters; cooks; others, 121%
21st.
ONE ore drill man. $3.50 day; two
loaders, $2.50, loading five trams;
experienced meat cutter, good pay;
good cook. $5 week, room on place.
Home Employment Agency, 1801% 2d
ave.
WANTED—Men and ladies to learn the
barber trade; few weeks completes; po
sition open; tuition, $25, and tools $15.
Birmingham Barber College, 2007% 3d
ave., N.
WANTED—Immediately, men and wom
en; government war positions; 5100
month; list free. Franklin Institute,
Dept. 3-C, Rochester, N. Y.
GENTLEMAN or lady""for Birmingham;
clean-cut proposition, and it pays well;
interview by letter only. R-99, care
Age-T-Tsiald.
FOR RENT—4-room apartment, modern*,
$40; near Five Points. Phone M. 5830.
SITUATIONS WANTED—MALE
CCTLLEGE^gra^^
accounting department of large con
cern; can furnish any references.
Phone Main 1483.
SITIJAtions^waWed-^male
SADESRADY with five^Vears^^exp^
rience on road, desires change as
saleslady with reliable firm in city
or town, on salary. J-99, care Age
Herald.
_^ALESMEN^WANTED ^
TWO well dressed, unmarried men for
house to house work; salary propo
sition. Apply E. D. Ritchey, 2016 5th
ave, N.
^FOR^SALE—MISCELLANEOUS
FOR SALE
1 17”x8* lathe.
1 14”x6' lathe.
1 20”xl0” Flather lathe.
1 14”x8’ Pratt Whitney quick lathe.
2 7”xl0” double drum hoisting engines
with bollerss.
1 9*’xlOM single friction drum hoisting
engine.
1 10”xl2” single friction drum hoist
ing engine.
1 new 15 h. p. double drum hoisting en
gine, direct connected to gasoline en
gine.
L General Electric 50 h. p. direct current
motor.
New alternating current motors, 2,
3. 5, 7%, 10 h. p. 3-phase 60 cycle
220 volts.
Engines 10, 15, 20, 25, 50, 70 h. p.
Boilers, 8 to 150 h. p.
2 new 20-inch back geared, power feed
drill presses.
L new 3 h, p. gasoline engine.
I new 4 h. p. gasoline engine.
L new 6 h. p. gasoline engine. •
1 Beaman Smith milling machine, with
horizontal and vertical spindles.
L 10”x20” Climax jaw crusher, with steel
frame.
L 4”x6” Deane triplex pump.
L 6”x8” Blaisdell belt driver air com
pressor.
• CHAS. J. GEOHEGAN
MACHINERY CO.
15 S. 20th st. Birmingham. Ala.
PIANO BARGAINS
E. E. FORBES PIANO CO.
BANKRUPT STOCK
rile trustee in bankruptcy of the E. E.
Forbes Piano Co., has a few pianos
and player pianos yet unsold which will
be sacrificed at once. Will sell on usual
terms, or give extra liberal discounts
for cash. You can get the piano you
want here for about one-half price as
long as they last. This is a splendid
chance for small piano dealers to buy
pianos for their trade.
Don’t Forget the Location
and the Name
E. E. FORBES PIANO CO.,
BANKRUPT
L909 3d Ave., Birmingham
_Phone Main 83
Tires at Half Price
While they last. Retreading and vul
canizing a specialty. All work guar
anteed. Everything for the auto.
Williams Tire Co.
413 N. 19th st. Phone 651.
Free Road Service.
ONE four-piece bedroom suite, Perfection
mattress, one wool mattress, extension
table, chairs, shades and pillows; call
before noon. Room No. 16 206% N. 20th
st. Phone Main 2578.
THOSE wishing tu pieaerve the Roto
gravure Section of The Age-Herald,
can get binders by ealing at The
Age-Herald office. Price only $1.
FOR SALE—Ea,r corn and hay; write.
wire or phone us for prices delivered
youf* shipping point. Marks & Ander
son, Covington, Tenn.
FOR SALE—All or part* of G7 shared of
Birmingham infirmary stock at 20 per
cent discount. Address N-97, care Age
Herald.
FOR SALE—Boiler tubes, 4 in. by 16 ft."i
JIC.72 each; can ship the same day or
der is received. Southern Engine and
Boiler Works, Jackson, Tenn.
\ RART* leaving city wisncs to uis
pose of household goods; reasonable.
M. 8675-J. 1113 13th st., S.
POR SALE—On account oF’drafC wifi
sacrifice my cleaning and pressing shop.
X-07, Ase-Xlerald.
. ^ WAW fJfiU—MISL/KLLAIN ItAJUo ^
' WE WILL BUY YOUR
1 LIBERTY BONDS. IN
DUSTRIAL LOAN AND
; SAVINGS CO., 401 N.
20TH STREET. _ _
WHAT about your new oak floors? Or
scraping the old ones to new wood?
I will give yeu a complete job at close
figures. I have the most up-to-date
Electric sanding machine; floors pol
ished any color desired; references fur
nished. Q. F. Cuthrell. Phone Woodlawn
728. 4620 4th ave., N. _
WE buy second-hand
clothes, shoes, and pay
more. 2206 2d ave. Phone
7047._ __
WANTED- Old false teeth. I pay 13 to
$18 per full set; also parts wanted;
prompt returns. M. Greenspan, jew
eler, 115 Public Square, Nashville,
Tenn.
WANTED—MISCELLANEOUS
WANTED—To let log con
tract. Deliver along log
railroad; 10,000,000 feet;
all short haul; good place to
log; no bad hills; no rock.
Regular, satisfactory work
for an honest contractor.
Prices, $3 for half to three
quarter-mile haul. Apply at
Lathrop on Mobile and
Ohio railroad. Lathrop
Lumber Co.
WANTED—Second-hand office fixtures
for cotton office, including typewriter,
Boroughs adding machine, with billing
attachment; double flat open desk; one
medium rolltop desk; two office chairs.
We desire to buy at once. Longshore
Cotton Co., Attalla, Ala.
Y\'E bdy and sell second-hand pianos,
organs and phonographs; also ex
change phonographs and player
pianos for second-hand pianos and
oigans; see us and you will save
money. E. E. Forbes & Son, 192:2
3rd ave.
WANTED—Have you a liberty bond paid
up or part paid that you want to sell
or exchange? Write me. L-94, Age
Herald.
PRESSING machine in first-class con
dition. Phone Woodlawn 21. O. K.
Dry Cleaning Co.
EXPERT hat and garment cleaners.
Gluck’s, 1713 3d ave. Phone 2372.
WANTED—Will pay 15c each for April
Red Books. 117^. N. 20th st.
HAIR CUTTING, 25c, at 1929 4th av«.
AUCTION SALES
AUCTION SALE OF
HORSES AND MULES
We will have at our next
sale, Thursday, March 28,
one car load of young cot
ton mules, one car load of
good farm horses and
mares, all broke and ready
to go immediately to work.
Also the usual run of the
second-hand kind of both
horses and mules. We al
ways have what we adver
tise, and sell everything.
FIES & SONS
Birmingham, Ala.
AUTOMOBILES
FOR SALE—1917 Ford touring, just as
sembled; every piece throughout brand
new, except few engine parts, which
are guaranteed, and tires, which are
best make and good as new. If 3rou
want new car, can save you money,
or will sell cheap chassis without body.
Phone Main 94-16.
VIM TRUCK
Ideal for light delivery in any kind
of business; is in first-class con
dition and only been used a feu
months; the first $500 gets it. 100
y. 18th st.
FOR SALE—One new 1918 model 5-pas
senger Ford ear; owner leaving city;
bargain for cash if sold immediately.
Call M. 6665-W.
FORD ROADSTER.
1916 Ford roadster, in good condition:
this is worth more, but the first $225
gets it. 100 N. 18th street.
i WANTED—Will pay cash for a runabout
Ford; must be in good condition and
a bargain. C. C. Mims. Main 453.
WE buy installment notes and auto
mobile paper. Realty Trust Co., 308
N. 20th st.
AUTO parts nickel plated like new. S.
M. Bernheim Co., 2023 1st ave. Main
5100.
ROOMS FOR RENT
HOTEL EDWARDS
3d ave. and 17th st., modern rooms, pri
vate baths, steam heat, running water,
73c to J2 per day. Weekly rates. Ceh
traily located. E. T. MiUlgah, pro
prietor.
FOK RENT—To couple without chil
dren, two connecting unfurnished
rooms, hot and cold water, bath and
lights furnished. Call Main 7097, or
apply at 2004 5th ave., N, _
FOH RENT—To one or two gentlemen,
a large, beautifully furnished front
room In strictly private family on
Southside; also large garage on the
place. Main 8486-W.
FOR RENT—Two beautifully furnished
rooms, with bath, convenient to two
car lines, bus and jitney; also within
walking distance; South Highlands
home. Main 5793.
Tt\t> i..'Leiy turn.sited apartments lur
housekeeping, 4 rooms and bath; also
2 rooms and bath: all modern con
veniences or. car line. South Highlands.
M. 2M0-J.
FOR RENT—Two desirable unfurnished
iront rooms within half-block of four
car lines. Phone Main 1776. 2038 High
land ave.
' a LOVELY front room, good table
board. Ideal location: also garage If
wanted. Call Main 9492.
FOR RENT—Room, Richmond apart
ments; all conveniences. Phone M.
1691,
NICELY furnished, well kept rooms
with excellent board, 2008 6th ave.. N.
FURNISHED room. 82.o6 per week;
walking distance. 2208 6th ave.. N
TWO connecting furnished rooms for
light housekeeping. 1812 7th ave._
WELL-furnYshed"room. convenient, bath,
hot water all hours. 815 8. 20th.
NATIONAL HOUSE. 8121% 84 ave. Fur
nished rooms. 20c up.
SI NULL, double and nousekeeping.
1917% 4th tvs
/
___KOAFi^l^JW^NTES^_
NICELY furnished front room with all
conveniences, for one or two per
sons, half block from car line. 1911
13th ave., S. Main 4486-W.
HOUSES FOR RENT
FOR RENT
1307 37th ave., 8 rooms .$40.00
1003 Woodland ave., 5 r., furnished.. 27.60
1104 Sylvan ave., 5 r.24.00
809 S. 13th st., 7 r. cottage and alley
house renting $10 month . 35.00
112$ N. 11th st., 9 r., 2 baths .32.50
300 S. 59th st., 6 r. and garden .22.60
617 S. 26th st., 5 r., newly papered ... 22.50
902 S. 18th st., 7 r., suited 2 families 30.00
829 17th st.. N., 3 r. 10.00
915 S. 15th st., 9 r., suited for 2 fam
ilies . 30.00
204V2 N. 23d st., 14 r.45.00
907 S. 17th st.. nice 10-r. home, newly
painted; will paper . 45,00
91514 S. 12th st., 5 r. apt.27.50
101.' X. 24th St., store and 4-room
apartment, $25; separate, each _15.00
1219 Ave. Ii, 4-room apt., heat fur
nished . 30QO
1720 Marshall ave., 7 r.30.00
1016 N.*25th st., 4 r.10,00
We want good paying tenants.
The above is only a partial list of what
we have for rent. Call the office.
LOUIE REESE & CO.
Rent Specialists. 2111 3d Ave.
FORSALE
Lease and furniture of ex
ceptionally well furnished
10-room house; close in;
low rental; large garden j
planted; great opportunity
for party with $800 cash.
Address S-99, Age-Herald.
l< UK RENT—Sublease 0-room house, fur
nnce. heated, newly papered and paint
ed: in splendid neighborhood; $30 per
month, 1125 12th ave., N.
H viii KEN I—Eight rooms, garage and
servant's house: perfect repair. 3431
Highland ave. Phone 34 or 6799.
_^HOUSES WANTED
LIST your bungalows, large residences
and other property with us for sale.
Sales are increasing. Clark-Malone
Realty Co., 404 N. 20th st. Main 6723
_apartments for rent
for RENT—New four-room apartmenT,
heat and water furnished; all con
veniences. Apply 1214 S. 15th st. Call
Main 9408-J.
FOR RENT—A modern 6-room apartment
on Highland ave.; furnished: 2 bed
rooms; nicely arranged. Phone M. 2809-.I.
FUR RENT—Choice modern apartment, 4
rooms and hall, 2113 N. 11th ave., $22.60.
H. 15. Smith, 401 Farley BMg.
OFFICES AND STORESFOR RENT
FOR RENT—Cheap, several nice offices,
together or singly; lots of daylight. Jn
Macke bldg., 2119V& 1st ave.
REAL ESTATE LOANS
On business, residence and farm prop
erty; rates, 5 to 7 per cent; prompt serv
ice.
JEM ISON CO., 211 *20th St.
WE have several thousand dollars to
lend on Birmingham and suburban Im
proved property at a lew rate of in
terest. D. F. Allen & Co., 310 Lyric
building.
6 AND 7 PER CENT money to loan on
real estate anywhere in Greater Bir
mingham. Clark-Malone Realty Co.,
404 North 20th st.
WE buy mortgages, equities in mort
gages and bargains in real estate.
Bains Realty Co., 2127 3d ave.
| WE negotiate loans and sell real estate.
Can handle desirable farm loans. Mc
Connell, Anglin, White, 2028 3d ave.
We negotiate mortgage loans at low
and buy mortgage paper. Leon
ard-Rlley Co., 725 Woodward.
REAL ESTATE FOR EXCHANGE^
WANTED.
To exchange splendid Woodlawn property
with large lot for bungalow or cottage
home, Norwood or South Highlands.
Call J. Wilbur Cole, Mgr. N. W. Div.
Main 84.
M'ESSER REALTY CO., Inc.,
Scientific Realtors, 216 N. 21st st.
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
REAL BARGAIN
In unimproved negro property, splendid
location; can build from 30 to 40 houses;
let me show you this today.
J. WILBUR COLE,
Mgr. N. W. Div. Main 85.
MESSER REALTY CO., Inc.,
Scientific Realtors, 216 N. 21st St.
FOR SALE
HOUSE
LOT FREE.
Nine-room modern home, South High
lands, $4000.
.1. W. BRAZEAL.
Mgr. N. W. Div. Main 85.
MESSER REALTY CO., Inc
Scientific Realtors, 216 N. 21st St.
FOR SALE
HOUSE
LOT FREE.
Nine-room modern home. South High
lands, $4000. ,T. W. Brazeal, Mgr. S. W.
Div. Main 85.
MESSER REALTY CO., Inc
Scientific Realtors, 216 N. 21st St.
FOR • SALE — Two-apartment house;
rented for $80; located on South High
lands; if sold this week will reduce
price $1500; reason for this, owner can
use money to greater advantage. Ad
dress Owner, T$S6, care AgeHerald.
BUNGALOW
0 rooms, Woodlawn; quick deal, $2000.
Address 0-99, care Age-Herald.
BUSINESS DIRECTOR Y
Vm. Will 1-roHt l,y l-atrt>nl»ln(t Theec Ad vertl-er-Tlier Are RellaMe
ALIUIUUDILL 1 in£id
FORD tires, double tread, $3.75 to $6.50.
Wyatt Johnson, vulcanizer, 308 a. 26th
street.
BARBER SHOPS
LADY BAKBEK8, efficient service, san
itary shop. 1036 4th ave., N.
BEAUTY PARLORS
EXPERT operators in charge; we han
dle '‘Marinello*’ cosmetics; 1823Vi 3d
ave.
BINDERS
BIRMINGHAM PRINTING AND BIND
EKY CO.—17u3Vfc 3d ave. Main 6808.
BICYCLES
BICYCLES and motorcyciea; best makes.
Bryant Bros., 114 10th st., Bessemer,
Ala. Phone Bessemer 103.
BLANK BOOKS
ROBERTS At SON, INC., “The Big Ala
bama House," 1812 Third ave.. Main
8461.
BOND AND STOCK CERTIFICATES
ROBERTS Ac SON, INC., "'ihe Big Ala
bama House," 1812 Third ave., Alain
841>1.
BUSINESS COLLEGES
WHEELKli BUS1NKSS COCLJiGK.
190916-1917^ 1st ave. Sessions day ami
night uie year round. Wheeler stu
dents get the best positions. Call,
write or phone Main 1119.
CARPET CLEANERS
RUG AND MATTRiiSS RENOVATORS.
Old carpets rewoven; work guaranteed.
Southern Steam Carpet Cleaning Co.,
1431 3d ave. Afain 33b.
DIRECT-BY-MAIL ADVERTISING
ROBJBKTS SOM, INC., -The Big Ala
bama House,'1 1812 Third ave., Alalu
8431.
DRY CLEANING
CAIN'S DRV CbEANiNO CO. 411 N.
19th st. Rhones 6831-6038.
ELECTRIC SUPPLIES AND
REPAIRS
WILCOX ELECTRIC CU, 313 N. 19th st.
Phones ll&y-422.
ENGRAVING AND EMBOSSING
ROBERTS & SON, INC., "The Big Ala- .
barna House," 1812 Third ave., Main
8461. 1
FURS REMODELED
FURS stored and remodeled. Rochester
Fur Co. 1307 5th ave.
GUTTER AND TINWO&K
CALL, Main 142. Splro-Merrell Heating
&. Rooting Co. Work that satisfies.
GROCERY STORES
SHROPSHIRE-DANLELS GROCERY
CO., ions S. 20th St. Main 4236-4237-US*.
HAIR DRESSERS
MRS. A. B. DENNERLE. Clark bldg.. ’
phone Main 4224.
HAT CLEANERS—SHINE PARLOR
BON-TON Hat CleanerB; shoe ahlne ;
parlors, 206 N. 20th St.__
HEATING
HAHN-FOREMAN CO., heating. 1803
Ave. B. Alain 186.
HORSES AND MULES
DON All OO HORSE AND MU EE CO.—
2701 2d ave. Main 771.
INTERIOR DECORATING
THE COLBY DECORATING CO.—Suite
611 to 615 Dyne Bldg. Main 604.
KODAKS
KODAK finishing ny mail our specialty.
Loillar's Kodak Parlor. Lyric Bldg.,
Birmingham, Ala.
LAUNDRIES
EXCELSIOR STEAM LAUNDRY, 1*07
Second ave., phone Main ASM
LETTERS
LETTERS that are read. Mias Mary &
Sanford, 520-21 Brown-Mars Bldg.
Main 1339.
LITHOGRAPHING
ROBERTS & SON. INC., "The Big Ala
bama House,” 1812 Third ave., Main
8461.
LOOSE LEAF SUPPLIES
ROBERTS & SON. INC., "The Big Ala
bama House," 1812 Third ave.. Main
8461.
MARBLE AND GRANITE
MACKE MARBLE AMD GRANITE
WORKS—2125 3d ave. Alain 6463.
MILLINERY SCHOOL
BIRMINGHAM Millinery School; re
modeling. cleaning, blocking, retrlm
ming. 1816 6th ave., N. Rhone Main
MATTRESS CLEANING
MATTRESSES renovated. New People's
Mattress Co.. 108 S. 18th st. Phone 4341
MOTOR REWINDING
MIDDLE BROOKS ELECTRIC CO., con
tracting. 412 N. 19th st. Main 223.
OFFICE EQUIPMENT AND
SUPPLIES
ROBERTS & SON. INC., "The Big Ala
bama House," 1812 Third ave., Main
OPTICIANS
IRAYLOR OPTICAL CO., Inc.—104 N.
20th st. Main 2786.
PAINTS AND GLASS
HYNDS-UPSHAW PAINT AND GLASS
CO., Inc.—1813 Second ave.; dealers and
contractors. Main 8048. We give gold
trading stamps.
OSTEOPATH
DR. A. C. FOSTER, Brown-Marx bldg
Main 367.

PHOTOGRAPHERS
t. T. BOYETT. 20*14. 2d ave. Main 8048.
PLUMBING
lOHN M. WRIGHT ee CO., plumbing
Phone 14. 1UU 1st ave.
PRESSING CLUB
J. P.” PRESSING PARLOR. Prompt
service. 221H N. 19th st. Main 434.
PRINTERS
ROBERTS & SON, iNC.. "The Big Ala
bama House," 1812 Third ave.. Main
8461.
PUBLISHERS
31RMINGHAM Printing and Bindery
company, 1703& 3d ave. Main 6898.
REAL ESTATE ”
IETHEA REAL ESTATE AND INSUR
ANCE CO., 2027 3d ave., N. Phone ■ is
RENTALS
■“OR a house or business location, and
especilly if you are a stranger in the
city, see us. McConnell-Anglln-White
R. E. & Ins. Co. Phone M. 358.
ROOFING
IAHN-FOREMAM CO., roofing. 1903 Ave
B. Main 196.
RUBBER STAMPS
ROBERTS & SON, INC., The Big Ala
bama House,” 1812 Third ave., Main
8401.
SACKS AND BAGS
VE buy sacks, rags and iron. Fuller’s
place, 1112 2d ave.
SHOE HOSPITAL
RELIABLE shoe hospital. 100 & 18th
at. Phone 2740.
STATIONERY
ROBERTS & SON, INC., "The Big Ala
bama House,” 1812 Third ave., Main
8461.
TAXICABS
CADILLAC TAXICAB CO., 3d ave. and
19th st.. Phone Main 434.
TRANSFER COMPANIES
1ARRISON TRANSFER CO., 1922 Mor
ris ave. Main 472.
’(IRES AND TUBES
SAVE 35 to 50 per cent on your tires
and tubes.
M PHERSON RUBBER CO.
trunks
BIRMINGHAM TRUNK FACTORY; ev
erything for the traveler. 315 N. 19th
St. M. 2253.
TRUNK REPAIRING
SXPERT trunk repairing. Birmingham
Trunk Factory. 315 N. 19th st. M. 206.
UPHOLSTERING
W. T. WOOD & SON. 515 S. 26th St
Main 7928.
WALL PAPER
BUY wall paper at wholesale prirea
Feltus Brothers Wall Paper Co., 1811
4th ave.
HEAL ESTATE WANTED
WANTED
To buy a nice 6-room cottage home on
North Highlands, or West End; will
trade good vacant lots and assume
mortgage,
J. WILBUR COLE,
Mgr, N. W. Div. Main S3.
MESSER REALTY CO., Inc.,
Scientific Realtors, 216 N. 21st St.
WILL buy best bargain in suburban
home; prefer large lot. Address V-l,
care Age-Herald. »
FARM AND TIMBER LANDS
FARM BARGAIN
Make a crop now while the*food prices
are high.
80 acres, 2% miles from Mar bury, Ala., on
good public road, 4-room house, ceiled
throughout; 70 acres under woven wire
fence and under cultivation; good young
orchard; price, $15C0; $250 cash, balance
$2<X) annually or monthly payments
BEN CHEESEMAN, MARBURY LUM
BER CO.. (OWNERS),
234 Brown-Marx Bldg., Birmingham, Ala
SMALL MISSOURI FARM
52.30 cash and $2 30 monthly; no inter
est or taxes. Also an interest in our
great development project which,
within the next few months, should
pay you $100 for every dollar vou
invest. Highly productive land,
close to three big markets; photo
graphs and full information free.
Munger, H-221, N. Y. Life Bldg., Kan
sas City, Mo.
RIVERPLANTATION
1200 acres, level, 600 open, 300" set to Ber
muda and clover, plenty switch cane;
fine year-round pasture for hogs and
cattle; old home place; best hog and
cattle ranch on the river; worth {30
acre; $15 takes It for quick deal. Ad
dress P-99, care Age-Herald.
FOR SALE—Small farm on Birmingham
and Montgomery pike, in Shelby coun
ty, IS acres in cultivation; 5-room
house, barn and other outbuildings;
good schools, churches, daily mail, at
railroad station; place now planted;
will sell for $1000; stock, tools and crop,
too. if wanted cheap. Address R-l, Box
92, Calera. Ala.
If you want to buy or selT_Farm Land,
write Ingram Land Co., Birmingham.
SEEDS. BULBS AND PLANTS
INSURE A
SUCCESSFUL HARVEST
AMZI GODDEN
SEEDS NEVER FAIL
For more than 50 years we have had
the reputation of selling seeds that
yle'd a better growth: this fact is
best demonstrated by the hundreds
of customers who reorder from us
each year. Our mall order depart
ment renders service which is par
amount In efficiency and promptness.
Write us for free catalog.
AMZI GODDEN
SEED COMPANY
2205 2d Ave. “Seeds That Satisfy.”
CABBAGE PLANTS—We have for ship
ment this month 10,000,000 plants, Jer
sey and Charleston Wakefields, Succes
sion and Flat Dutch; by express, 1000.
$2; 5000 at $1.75; 10,000 and over at $1.50;
by parcel post, 600 for $1.50; 1000 for
$2.50. We are shipping now. E. E.
Parker Plant Co., Tifton, Ga.
| SEEDS, BULBS AND PLANTS
PLANT Honey l5ew melons; they ar
[ money makers; $2400 an acre'has bee
realized. J. E. Gauger. Swink, Colo.
FOR SALE—Raspberry plants. Ca
Woodlawn 1303-W.
DOGS, POULTRY, PET STOCK
BRED TO 1.AY Barred Rocks, Park;
strain from pedigreed birds: pen
’leaded by pedigreed males; eggs
15, $1.65. H. O. Me W hirter, Besse
mer, Ala. Phone 670-W.
LAND WANTED
WILD pay $1 an acre cash for any lan
in Alabama. Write J-26. care Age-Hei
aid.
V. W. Wood & Co.’s
CASH SPECIALS
We »ell ns cheaply ns Htrietly
onuh stores flint take your money
when you liav;e It an<! don’t know
you when you haven't* We also
deliver free.
20 pound* Pure Kettle gA
Rendered Lard. vOiOU
All 50c Bottle*
Olive* .
Apricots 20c lb. or
0 lbs. for .
35c
$1.00
lO lbs. Blackeyed, White 1 aa
Crowder or Lady Pea* W 1 *UU
1 gallon Honeydrip, Orange Cane
or Sorghum
Syrup. I DC
By Keg or Barrel,
per gallon .
1 gal. home-made On
Ribbon Cane Syrup.i/vlC
By Keg or Barrel, Qf\
per gallon .OVIC
65c
1 gal. Robin Hood *| r»A
Maple Syrup .<M*DU
$1.00
$5.00
$1.00
$2.00
Just received a shipment of
Tennessee Smoked Haras.
Shoulders, Sides and Sausages.
V. W. WOOD & CO.
2400 2d Ave. Main 0091
rup
9 pounds fancy evapor
rated Peaches .
r,0 lb. Boxes
at 10c .
7 lbs. fancy large
Prunes
12 cans No. 3 Goldhoner
California Pears .
Special For This Week
$3.50 for $1.00
EYE GLASSES
Fitted to Your Eyes
Palace Jewelry Co,
1913 Second Avenue
MONEY TO LEND
On Birmingham and suburban real e<
tate fct 7 per cent interest in amour.
$1000 to $5000.
3utler-Gscr:re1?
wTiw *>W ’I R.E.a IKS. CO. fSTSZSTS
Kents, fire
loans.
insurance and mortga
( -
Another Spencer Graduate j
wasmsMm**":
PERCY L. ATKINSON
Acceptably
to the
Government
This young man graduated in
Bookkeeping and Shorthand in!
Spencer Business College overl
three years ago and held posi-j
tion with Sloss-Sheffield Co. as
Bookkeeper before entering
the U. S. service. When the call
was made to serve on Mexican
border he served as Battery
Clerk.
•He returned to Sloss-Sheffield.
Then he was called back to
service and is now Bookkeeper
and Stenographer with the
Rainbow Division, formerly the
Fourth Alabama Regynent,
now in France.
SPENCER’S COLLEGE IS ‘ STILL
ON THE BOOM. 189 NEW PUPILS
HAVE ENROLLED SINCE JAN
UARY 1.
Mr
Spencer-Ellis Business College
208 North 21st Street
S. A. ELLIS, Pres. Main 5187
Auction! Auction?
Complete Hotel
36 furnished rooms, formerly the property of the Suburbar
hotel, 4th avenue and 18th street, will go under the ham
mer in separate pieces to the highest and best bidder with
no sort of limit or reserve.
Sale commences promptly 10:30 a. m., Monday morning*
April 1st, rain or shine.
Dealers from everywhere and the general public, are in
vited to attend this sale.
Included in this sale are beautiful brass and iron beds, vel„.
vet and Brussels art squares, mahogany and oak dressers*
bed linen, wardrobes, tables, chairs, etc. J
This is a sacrifice sale. Terms cash. Everything must and'
will be sold.
COL. H. C. GOODMAN, f
Licensed Auctioneer
Inspection of Goods Monday, 8 a. m. Public Invited

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