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!efk son Officials and Prev le Additional t\es Later i\y > , I H. GORMLKV reau The Age-Herald, I Lrfti Ational Bank Building ./ornery, January 12.—(Spe ci * con ttutional amendment ad 1&!2 which provided that Dfi son county could ho pla s instead of fees, floe he legislature from |.ena i. wt Ich will give the of fit i’*’ fees, according to a de .on of the ipreme court ren dered -»r.: a the case of Wil iam J. Waldro,, cult clerk of Jef !erson county, versus M. V. Henry, .reasurer of Jefferson county. The egislature may provide a specific .alary for any Jefferson county of icial. and by subsequent legislation "may provide additional fees, under the decision. Tha Question am* up at a result of the collection by Mr. Waldrop of $1,050 as fees for services in handling dog tax licenses of Jefferson county. After the money had been paid to Mr. Waldrop, Mr. Henry brought suit to recover it for the benefit of the treasury of Jefferson county, con tending that all fees should go into the county treasury. Mr. Waldrop insisted that he was entitled to the fees because he was forced to employ extra assistance in handling the dog ytax licenses. * The lower court gave a Judgment in favor of the treasurer for the full amount collected by Mr. Waldrop. Vhe supreme court not only reversed he decision of the lower court, but endered one In favor of the circuit clerk, holding that regardless of whether or not he was forced to em ploy extra assistance he was entitled to such additional fees for the addi tional service as the legislature might provide. 0«ciniou Announced Decisions announced by the su supreme court Thursday follow: Anderson, C. J.: Lucille E. Little vs. W. L. and J. B. Ennis, executors; appeal from Sum ter circuit court (equity); affirmed in part and reversed, rendered and remanded. M. J. Shearin vs. Louis Plzitz; ap peal from Jefferson circuit court; re versed and remanded. McClellan, J.: Ex parte H. H. McNeal, petition for certiorari to court of appeals; writ denied. p T. Otts vs. A. It. Sheffield, ap peal from Lamar circuit court (equity); affirmed. M. Zavelo vs. The Starr Plano Co., appeal from Jefferson circuit court; -affirmed. ■ Price Hutchens, alias, etc. vs. The phate, appeal from Jefferson circuit * court; affirmed. Emory Smith vs. The State, appeal ■ rom Jefferson circuit court; af fjnved. Hattie Lyman Powell, et al. vs. -lt*ry Lyman Stone Labry, appeal from Jefferson circuit court (equity); affirmed. Mentnon Tierce, admr., vs. H. A. Knox, appeal from Jefferson circuit court (equity); reversed and re mended. Z. Cross, et al. vs. W. L. Martin, et^al., appeal from Jefferson circuit court (Bessemer); affirmed. Wm. J. Waldrop, circuit clerk vs. M V. Henry, treasurer, appeal from Jefferson circuit court; reversed and rendered, fcomerville, J.: *V. C. Allison vs. Martha Ray, ap peal from Cullman circuit court; af Betti© Smith vs. M. C. McAdams & Co. appeal from Lamar circuit court; affirmed. Clarence Reeves, alias, eto. vs. The Slate, appeal from Jefferson circuit court; affirmed. Fred W. Best, et al. vs. Joseph ;r. Parsons, et al., appeal from Jef orson circuit court (Bessemer); re el red. rendered and remanded. E.\ parte William P. Cooke (Cooke V. Slate), petition for certiorari to >uft of appeals; writ denied. Thomas, J.: Crand Bay Land Co. vs. J. Al. (jr.pson (and cross-appeal), appeal n Mobile circuit court (equity); ..versed and remanded. Washington Realty Co. vs. Stacy .and Co., appeal from Jefferson cir uit court; affirmed. Clarence Reeves, alias, etc. vs. The thte, appeal from Jefferson circuit ourt; affirmed. John White vs. The State, appeal •0m Jefferson circuit court; af ir med. Consolidated Motor Co. of Alabama >•: Maggie Malik, appeal from Jef trson circuit court; affirmed. -Mattie South, et al., vs. Mary E. Pinion, et al., appeal from Fayette •ifeuit court (equity); reversed and err.anded. Per Curiam; Walter C. Blair vs. James L. Ruth erford, appeal from Blount circuit court; appeal dismissed. Ex pare C. T. White (Chitwood vs. White), petition for certiorari to court of appeals; Writ denied. MODERN DANCES Lieorge Jean Nathan, in Judge. The notion that the modern dances are immoral (vouchsafed once again in one of the recent compositions of (hfc Broadway molieres) is another of the many ideas that elude me. The actually immoral dances were not the iazz acrobatics of the moment, but xhe old ones, like the waltz. The present-day quick fox-trots, toddles arid camel-walks are essentially com ic. dances—comic no less to the dancers themselves than to the on lookers—and nothing that is comic can be Immoral. The old waltz, on tlie other hand, was a slow, boozy, ; insinuating dance, conducive of vag rant thoughts and gypsy fancies. It . provoked amorous feelings. The jazz dances of the moment, what with their wealth of physical exercise, or i chestral din and general hubbub, pro voke no more thoughts of an amor ous nature than a wrestling match, or a Swiss cheese sandwich at Mont martr#. Dr*. DOZIER AND DOZIER Specialist* BESSEMER Bessemer. _Tanuor.. The Are-Herald maintains special rep reeeotatiTM In Beaaerae.- for handllnc correspondence, ad rert loins and snb ecrlptione. Mm L. D- MoCollum. cor respondent. receives news Itema; phone Beeeemer 1«T1. HL B. Walker. Realty build In*. Beeeemer. maaetrer of olron lotion. I Dr. W. D. Weatherford, president of the Y. M. C. A. college in Nashville, j will be a distinguished visitor to Ue&semer Sunday when he will ad dress two audiences. In the morn ing he will hold services at 11 o'clock at the First Methodist church, and in the afternoon he will speak to tho men at the Grand theatre at S o'clock, this meeting being held under the auspices of the Y. M. C. A. Dr. Weatherford has been described as being one of the biggest men in tho national Y. M. C. A., which is saying a great deal when it is con ceded that most Y. M. C. A. workers are big people. He was at one time student secretary for the interna tional committee of the Y. M. C. A. He is a wide traveler and a fluent speaker and has, it is said, addressed more college men than any other man in America, and has talked to European audiences and to classes in China. Japan and India. Officers Elected The First National bank of Besse mer, al the annual meeting of the directors, elected the following of ficers: W. H. Lewis, president; George E. Rutledge, vice president; O. R. Kutchins, vice president, and cashier* George R. Davies, assistant cashier. The following directors will serve for the year: Louis Hoster, Thomas T. Huey, C. R. Kutchins, W. H. Lewis. Lee Moody. John C. Perry, George E. Rutledge, D. E. Wilson and George Davies Ey the statement issued recently the earnings of the bank are shown to be highly satisfactory and the of ficers wero gratified with the year's business. Distilling Cases A number of cases of distilling v.er^ tried Thursday before Judge Ben Turner, In the Bessemer division of circuit court. Louis Petrolle, Shir ley Short and Charlie Smith were found guilty of attempting te dis till and fined $100 each and costs. Sam Manfre was found guilty of violating the prohibition laws and given a sentence of six months. Bessemer Rotary Bessemer Rotary club will furnish six lectures for the program of vo cational guidance arranged for the high school, according to a decision made at the luncheon Thursday. These lecturers who will be mem bers of the club are: M. J. Brooks, whose subject will be, "Reta! Hard ware Business;” Hugh McBJniry, will speak on "Civil Engineering;" E. E. Wilson, "Electrical Engineering;” Dr. L. L Vann on, "The Teacher;*' D. E. Wilson, on "Pig Iron Indus try;” Dr. R. W. Waldrop, on "The Fhyslclan,” and George Rutledge, on "Banking.” This appointment of members for this program followed a report given by Dr. L. L. Vann of the vocational guidance institute some weeks ago in the school. The 100 per cent attendance rec ord was credited to Bessemer Ro tary club again Thursday, only one member being absent, and it is un derstood that he will attend the Selma Rotary club which will give Bessemer Rotary credit for full at tendance. Consent Judgntmta Tn the damage suit of Roscoe E. .1 *mes and Robert C. Jones against tue Birmingham Railway, Light and Power company, which was brought up yesterday in the Bessemer di vision rf circuit court, a consent agreement was reached, Roscoe Jones receiving $2,260 and Robert Jones re ceiving $1,250. It will be recalled that the case was the outcome of the wreck of a truck driven by the young men last summer when they were conveying a crowd of Boy Scouts from Camp Chippewa to Birmingham. Finhermen and Huntera Meet The Alabama Fishermen and Hunt ers’ association will meet in Besse mer on Friday evening, January 13, in the circuit court room at 8 o’clock, when the subject of stocking tho streams of the county and state with fish and of stocking and protecting, the game birds will be discussed. All interested persons and mem bers are urged to be present. Klwantn Committee* The Kiwanians started the year with the idea of making this the best year yet for Bessemer Kiw’anis club, and President E. R. Smith appointed a large number of committees to rarry out the plans of the club for the year. These committees are the perma nent standing committees for the vear and include: Program commit tee, W. G. Vail, C. S. Bently and Prof. C. C. Moseley: attendance committee. Dr. P. E. Gwln, George Houston and Jim Sullivan: reception committee. Dr. L. F. Stansell, Dr. R. T. Smith and C. H. Webster: house committee, Fred Caunter, W\ R. Parker and W. L. Hartline; finance committee, Dr. T. C. McDonald. F. B. Buck and J. B. Morton: educational committee. Prof. C. C. Moseley. J. L. Gibson and A. E. Ausman; publicity committee, J. W\ l.jeggett, J. W. Bryant, M. G. Shirk and G. W. l^angford; city relation committee. George Bumgardner, Roy Owen, Ellis Houston and C. A. Ham ilton: business methods committee, John C. Perry, W\ K. Smith and Mac Clay; public affairs committee, J. E. Haffner. G. H. Stevenson and Dr. W. P. Price; classification committee, B. P. Harris, J. W. Brooks and Dr. C. W. McDonald; grievance committee, J. T. McEniry, W. P. Price and E. Wr. Mc Neil: "On to Canada Committee.” J. C. B. Gwin. E. L*. Huey and E. B. Coleman: group music chairman, George Houston. A. E. Ausman. newly elected dis trict trustee, made a very fine talk on “The KIwanian and Wrhat He Owes His Community." Ben G. Perrv and Judge Ben Turner were guests of the club, and both made very hu morous short talks. Bessemer Baraca Club The Bessemer Baraca club was for mally organised last night with a charter roll of 60 members at their initial meeting held at the First Bap tist church at dinner. Gordon E. Vail was elected president of the club; C. S. Bently, vice president; Otie Pear son. treasurer; Clyde Calloway, sec retary; J. R. Vance, chairman of the board of directors. The club will have for Its purpose the. religious development and growth of the city, and it will meet every Wednesday night at dinner from 6:30 to 7:30 In the Baraca class room in the church. The dinner was featured by a num oer of talks, including those by M. J. Brooks, who expressed to the club what it meant to him to have re ceived the silver loving cup awarded by .1. \V. Leggett for the city’s great est benefactor, and very feelingly ex tended his thanks and appreciation to tht club for having unanimously Indorsed him for the cup. Prof. C. C. Moseley was the prin cipal speaker of the evening, mak ing a talk on "Nlneteen-Twenty Two," In which he outlined a pro gram for the year’s activities. Gordon E. Vail was presented with a handsome gift by the club In ap preciation of his work for the Baraca class during the year. Parent-Teacher Meet With the largest attendance of mothers present that has ever marked a meeting and with a spe ' riuitid.ii vi luiaresi, me raoBnug of the Parent-Teacher association oi the Roberts-Vance school Thursday afternoon at the school was an un usually delightful event. The new lunch room for the school was an interesting subject to the mothers present, which was discussed by M. J. Brooks; and Miss Alberta Taylor, primary supervisor. In a talk impressed upon the mothers the im portance of the report card of the child, stressing the fact that it rep resented his standing in the school and how they should regard it. The Woodrow Wilson foundation was presented to the association by Mrs. H. L. Bains, one of the mem bers of the association, and a request was made that the children be al lowed the privilege of paying this fine tribute to Mr. Wilson on Jan uary 16 by observing “Woodrow Wil son Hour” and by contributing to the fund. A sliver tea was planned for the next meeting, and a number of committees appointed to make ar rangements. Dr. L#. Im Vann spoke to the gath ering on “Contagion,” which he used in a moral sense instead of the phys ical allusion, which constituted the principal addrese of the hour. The prize was given to Mis* Pau line Sudduth's room for having the largest attendance of mothers pres ent. Several of the grades rendered a selection of songs under the direc tion of Misg Virginia Shaw, musical supervisor for the schools. Personal* Miss Ruth Edwards is visiting rel atives In Selma. Mrs. Sidney Stuckey has returned to her home in Greenville after a visit in the city. The State of Alabama. Jefferson County; Ina E. Ellis vs. The Unknown Heirs of Margaret Corbett. Alma Schleman and Maragert E. Aiken; Circuit Cc^rt. Tenth Judicial Circuit of Alabama; in Equity. In this cause It being made to appear to the register by affidavit of Ina E. Kills, the complainant, that the defend ants. the unknown heirs of Margaret Corbett, Alma Schleman and Margaret E. Aiken, are non-realdents of Alabama, and whose residence is unknown and cannot be ascertained after reasonable effort, and further that in the belief of said affiant, the defendants are of the age of 21 years. It is therefor© ordered by the register that publication be made in The Age-Herald, a newspaper published in Jefferson County, Alabama, once a week for four consecutive weeks, requiring the said unknown heirs of Margaret Corbett, Alma Schleman and Margaret E. Aiken to plead, answer or demur to the bill of complaint in this cause by the 31st day of January, 1922. or in 20 days thereafter a decree pro confesso may be taken against said unknown heirs of Margaret Corbett, Alma Schleman and Margaret E. Aiken. Pone at office this 29th day of De cember. 1921. HUNTER ARMSTRONG, Register. i Notice of Annual Meeting of the Stock holders of the City National Rank of lieseemer The annual meeting of the stockholders of the City National Bank of Bessemer will be held at the banking house. 212 19th St.. Bessemer. Ala., on Tuesday, I January 24. 1922, from 10 a. m. to 4 p. m., for the purpose of electing directors and for the transaction of such other business as may be brought before said meeting. G. B. HOLLINGSWORTH. Cashier. Estray Notice The State of Alabama, Jefferson County; Probats Court. Taken up. by Ed Weston, on the 27th day of December. 1921. and estrayed be fore W. S. Crocker, a Jastice of the peace for Precinct No. 19. a certain black mare mule about eight years old. weight about 860 pounds, height about 12 hands, small split In right ear, value about $76. Witness my hand this 28th day of De cember, 1921. J. P- STILES. Judge of Probate for Jefferson County. Sale of Pledge Under and by virtue of a pledge made to secure the payment of a debt, the un dersigned First National Bank of Bir mingham, Ala., will sell. In front of the courthouse door of Jefferson County. Ala., at public outcry, for caah, to the highest and best bidder, on Monday, the 16th day of January. 1922, forty-one (41) first mort gage bonds of the Fulton Cotton Mill company, numbered from 210 to 260, In clusive, in the sum or denomination of one thousand ($1,000) dollars each. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF BIRMING HAM. ALA. January 9, 1121. THE AGE-HERALD RATES Alabama’* Greatest Newspapei Complete Associated Press Dispatches Daily Exclusively Sunday j- Classified Advertising CASH IN ADVANCE One time, per line . .It Three consecutive insertions, per line .11 Seven consecutive insertions, per line . .11 No classified advertising accepted for less than 40 cents. Count six words to tile line, 14 lines to inch. Notice to discontinue ad must be given in writing. TELEPHONE SERVICE Telephone your orders and we wil’ ac cept your ad over the telephone, ctutrge It to you at the regular rate, and send hill the following morning. Cali Main 4900 and ask for Was; Adv. Dept. ANNOUNCEMENTS A BUSINESS PERSONALS 6 GULP COAStTrESORTS Hotel Miramar. Pass Christian, Misa. Hotel Belmar, Biloxi, Miss. Golf, Fishing. Hunting, Boating. Comfort. HIGHEST PRICES i PAID FOR OLD CLOTHES AND SHOES. 107 18th SC, N. Main 3768. MIS. ANNOUNCEMENTS 7 NOTICE—To contractors: We have to 'lei 14 miles of hand-placed base, penetra tion top roadway; abundance of rook along roadway, will let in one or thicc sections to responsible contractors. R. G. Hill A Co. (Inc.), Knoxville. Tenn. AUTOMOBILES B AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE t USED CARS— ineM cars are xor sale ror the ac count of various banks and finance companies; prices are lower than you will believe possible; DODGE SEDAtt STUTZ CHANDLER OLDS MOBILE STUDEBAKSR FORD THE USED CAR CORPORATION 209-11 S. 21ST ST. HUDSON SUPER-SIX For Sale At Sacrifice I have a Hudson super-six in good condition. 7-passenger, which I must sacrifice. I will be found at the Bell thea tre In Ensley In person or anyone Interested can telephone Ensley 70S and leave their telephone num ber there for me and 1 will call them up. I will sell the car for $560. when it should be sold for not less than J from $900 to $1,000. To responsible parties I will take part cash and part on time, or will take part cash and the balance secured. Thomas McCulla. FORD SEDAN—1*20 model, practical!! new. equipped with self-starter, shod absorbers, demountable rims, ventilatlnj windshield, electric lights and non-sklc tires all around; engine in fine mechani cal shape; car will have to be seen to b< appreciated; easy terms. Cruae-Craw ford Mfg. Co.. 2201 Ave. B. Main 7000 BABT GRAND CHEVROLET New top, new tires. In perfect runtime condition; a pick-up for $425. EDWARDS MOTOR CO. 1620 2d Ave. Main 4 AUTOMOBILES B I AUTOMOPILES FOR SALE 8 Four months old Ford touring .1345 Ford touring, complete with starter, etc., 3981 model .».$330 One-ton Ford truck, with fin# cab and body, only .$335 One-ton Ford chassis, with all pneumatic tires .„.$275 These are the best buys we have ever been able to offer; all In first-class condition, look fine and complete In •very detail. PRICED $50 UNDER VALUES. SEE THESE TODAY—CASH OR TERMS. DRIVE IT YOURSELF CO. 1701 2d Ave. Main 177. SEE US BEFORE YOU BUY YOUR CAR AND DON’T FORGET OUR WELL EQUIPPED REPAIR SHOP We have a complete line of used cars at the right prices and sur prising terms. EDWARDS-HANNA MOTOR CO. 3124 AVE. C. MAIN 500. FORDS, FORDS, FORDS! 40 REAL VALUES Every car In our house Is 'mechani cally correct; some completely re worked and others driven by own ers and like new, but all in fine •hap# and bargains. Easy terms. CRAWFORD’S AUTO SHOP (INC.) 2227 1ST AVE. STUTZ ROADSTER First-class mechanical condition. 6 new cord tires and top; owner leaving city; $360 cash for uuick sale. PEACE GARAGE 2116 5TH AVE. StUtZ—if you want a 34.000 car at a bargain see us at once. Ingram Land _ Co.. Empire Bldg. 1920 FORD touring. new top, en gin>* o. k. and looks like n<»w car. pricet |32l; very easy terms. 2112 Ave nue C. BUICK roadster, in good mechanical shape; tlr*»s O. K. and paint Is as good as new; upholstery la In splendid shape. In fact, this car Is Just like a new one, except the price, and that is—well come around and see for yourself, you are eure to be pleased; easy terms, too. Cruse-Crawford Mfg. Co., 2124 Ave. B. Main 7000. CHEVROLET* £>alea and service. See us for used car. , EDWARDS MOTOR CO. 1920 3d Ave. w_Main 4046. CHANDLER—Brand new 3-passmigelr; never used; a bargain. Call Hightower. Main 2589. USED CAR BAKuaiNS—See Ewart Brewer Motor Co.. Cole 8. Elgin and Haynes 423 S. 21st S' M 2cC. 1921 FORD touring, has new tires, and iji In A-l shape, <asy terms; price, 2225. Ford Car Exchange. 2112 Ave. C. UAKPORD Low coat ton mile hauling. Consolidated Motor Co., 1301 1st Ave._ USED CAR—Must sell my car; good shape! ham *°l* U* P* °* B°X 40‘‘ B*rmlr,K B’ORD TOURING Complete throughout; fair top, tires, etc.; a real bargain. $75. EDWARDS MPTOR CO. 1820 3d Ave._ Main 4046. USED CARS—If it's used car bargain you want, we have It. Pryor Motor Co.. 600 8. 21st St. Main 100. CHANDLER—Late model, excellent value; anxixous to sell. Address P-402, Agn Herald. NASH—With the perfect valve-in-head motor. Whitman-Floyd Motor Co.. 414 S. 21st St. Main 11. CHANDLER SEDAN—In first-class me anxious to sell. Address P-402. Ago •hape; will sell cheap. Call Main 80^4. LIBERTi six—There's a difference If' a used Liberty Is not advertised in this paper, eee us for a new one. DeShaso Mptor Co., 404 S. 21st St. Main 1761. FORD sedan, 1920, in first-class condi tlon; price, 3300; terms. Peerless Ga rage, 1630 2d Ave. _ CHANDLER—And Cleveland sales and service, also bargains in used cars. E. R. Parker Motor Co., 407 S. 21st St. Main 8024. __ MR. YOUNT has a good light car for sale at a bargain. Call Main >024. USED CAKo—Bargains in various makes, cash or terms Consolidated Motor Co.. >301 1st Ave. Main 4316. FORDS, Dodges and Huicks; we have them to auiL your pocketbook. Peerless Ua _rage, 1630 2d Ave. 14U1CK SIX—Five-passenger car, in good mechanical condition; will sacrifice. Call Main 6013.__ AUTOMOBILE ACCESSORIES 9 I AUTO PARTS—Used parts foi nearly any make or model; new differential gears and axle shafts, 20 to 50 per cent off factory list. Orecnburg Auto Wrecking Co., 12th St. and 3d Ave., N, Main 1246. DUSENBEKltt TIKE AND TOP CO. Call on us for prices on tops and tires, aiso service. 2012-14 Ave. B. Main 6986. PARTS for moat any make automobile, saving from 20 to HO per cent, ALABAMA AUTO WRECKING CO. 612 a. 21st 81_Maln«8Q7 SERVICE STA.—REPAIRS 11 /OKI) bERViCE—our service la guarani teed to give satisfaction. Crawford's Auto Shop, 1126 1st Ave. Main 4301, AUTOMOBILES WANTED 12 WA XT E D—Dodge~or Ford; must b« In good mechanical condition and have self-starter; state very best cash price. Address J-44, Age-Herald. AUTUMOHILKS WANTEtt—Wilt buy fur cash several late model cars; must be cheap. 209-11 8. 21st St.__ WANTED—Automobiles, Fords, with star ters; cash paid. bee us Immediately. 16.10 2d Ave. AUTOMOBILES FOR RENT 12 ft RENT A NEW FORD You can drive It or drivers furnished If desired. Day and night taxi service at cut prices. All licensed drivers, safety, courtesy and efficiency guaranteed. Special courtsies to commercial travelers and business firms. .Minimum charge 34c per hour. \ OPEN ALL NIGHT Drive A Ford Taxicab Co., Inc. THE NEW PLACE 1711 2d Ave.__Main 8604 KENT A NEW FORD—Drive It yourself. Pay by the mile, insurance and road service. Drive It Yourself Co.. 1701 2d Ave. Main 177. BUSINESS SERVICE C CONTRACTING & BUiLDlNG 16 NOW'S ms lime; aunt ue alow; our pnone is Main 6290; watch our service, it's the best; ail we ask is a little test; brick, sand, cement, piaster, roofing, flus lining, etc. Tiger brand finishing lima. K. A. McLeod Plastering Co.. 1616 1st Ave. CLEAN G—DYE/G—--ALTER’G 19 OLUCK'8 HAT CLEANING CO. Hats Cleaneeu. Blocked, itetrlmmed. Garments Cleaned, Repaired, Altered. 1713 3d Ave. Pnone Main 2372 MOVING, TRUCK’G, STORING 29 WHEN you want to move or want a truck by the hour or day, call O. 11. Clark. "The Transfer Shark.” 2212 Ave. D. Mala >06._. PLUMBING 31 PLUMBING—tot quick service and ex pert workmanship call Main 1136. Bir inlngham Plumbing Co., 210 N. 16th St. MISCELLANEOUS SERVICE 40 I 'THE OLD KELIaBLE" Typewriter Ex change. Factors contributing to our success are experience, promptness and fair prices. Ernest W. House, T. £>., | Mgr. Suite 400-16 Farley Bldg. Main I 1226. EDUCATIONAL D BUSINESS COLLEGES 44 BUSINESS COURSE—Wheeler Business College, 1909-1020 1st Ave. Sessions day and night. Call, write 01 phone. EMPLOYMENT E HELP WANTED—MALE 49 STOCK CLERK Wanted—An experienced young man as clerk; must write neat hand, be accurate with figures and use typewriter. Call at 403 Empire Bldg. EMPLOYMENT E HELP WANTED—MALE 49 SALESMAN Wanted for position with branch of large manufacturing concern. Necessary to have experience In the confectionery or candy busi ness. Man between 25 and 35 years of age required. Necessary to have record of a real producer. Must be high school graduate, neat in appearance and have good personality; In fact, a high-class man in every respect. Good sal ary, traveling expenses and fine opportunities for the future. Call between 10 a. m. and 4 p. m., 8218 Jeff. Co. Bank Bldg. GOVERNMENT positions, men. 18. over, wanted for railway mall, post office, other government positions; examina tion soon; salary. $130 month, expe rience not required, particulars free. Write G. W. Robbins. Civil Service Ex pert, formerly with government, 35 Pope Bldg.. Washington, D. C. SHIPPING CLERK Wanted for position In Birming ham branch of large wholesale establish merit. Necessary to be thoroughly experienced and ca pable of taking charge of shipping department and assuming re sponsibilities. This position re quires an exceptionally good man who is ablo to advance into a bigger posltlou later. Good s^l arv and fine opportunities. IT you can qualify see manager. 2318 Jeff. Co. Bank Bldg. OFFICE MEN We secure positions for expe rienced men. The Commercial Ex change, 403 Empire Bldg. OFFICE MANAGER Wanted for opening with branch office of large manufacturing concern. Must be man between 26 and 06 years of age. thoroughly experienced in bookkeeping and general office work, and capable of handling men and operating an office in an efficient arid suc cessful way. Satisfactory refer ences required as to character and ability. Salary no object to right man. See manager, 221S Jeff. Co. Bank Bldg. WANTED—A-l lady stenographer (fldtpfu Young man shipping clerk. Housekeeper. Colored nurse! Maids, cooks, others. Produoers Agency, 211?Va 2*1 Ave., N. ACCOUNTANT WANTED Certified accountsnt. who is well Sosted on Income tax. must be igh-grade man and furntsli A I references. Call at 403 Empire Bldg. WE NEED experienced Installment ■•ol lector; must know suburbs and ride motorcycle. Appiy at once, 221 N. 20th St.__ Fun tyi ' 1 a i) 12 9 4 WANTED-—One man between 20 and 2f. years of age to work short trick, hours s p. m. to 9 p. m.. and all day Sunday. Apply 207-8 Woodward Bldg. WANTED* .Men, White and colored, ’all way train service, western railroads, experience unnecessary; give your col or. Address Hallway Institute, Dept. 20, Indianapolis, ind. SALESMEN Nest appearing, exceptional opportunity for right man anxloua for good future to connect with lar^e concern, (live phone and address. I’. O* ic-x l 40$ ANY intelligent person, either sex. may earn 1100 to $300 monthly correspond ing for newspapers; $5 to $16 per col umn; all or spare time, experience un necessary; no canvassing. Send for par ticulate. National Press Bureau, Buf falo, N. Y. BALES' SUP ERVISOR Of hlg Ch a r a c ter and better than average salea ability, to work with and appoint salesmen, by company establish«<l over 70 years; an opportunity that will probably not recur; replies confidential. Address h h, care Age-Hsrald. _____ BAR BERING—-Alcn, learn, barber trade; tuition, $26, haircut, 26c; shave. 10c. Free haircut and shave in rear room. Students can earn more than tuition if they learn at Davis Barber College. 121 Vk N. 21st St. .xEWS AGENT on railroad trains. Unlou _Nsws Co., Tsrminal Station. BPKOIALTT SALESMAN—Openln* for 2 hlgh-clasa men with cars. Toledo Scale Co.. 40 4 N. 20th St. HELP WANTED—-FEMALE 50 MUNICIPAL-FEDERAL. Free Employ ment Bureau; tbu d flour c/ y ball. Main 7G40. „ WANTED—Male or Female 51 LOOKING FOR A POSITION 7 Call at 217 Jeff. Co. bank Bldg. We have opening* every day. The Salaried Peo ple*' Association. SALESMEN WANTED S3 WANT exper. sell auny goods; If you want to work and make money, write for our propo sition. Jackson Army Stores, Jack FRUIT TREE SALESMEN Profitable, ph asaut business for bustlers. Write today. Concord Nurseries, Dept, till, Concord, Ga. _ Sl 1 UAITONS WANTED, MALE 54 OFFICE MAN-—Young married man d« sires connection with some good con cern, 4 years' experience* In oifice and one year as office manager and credit man. A -1 references. Phone Enaley 1220-W., EX PERT tou '• adding machine operator, with own machine, desires ex tra work. Address T-44, Age-Herald. EXPERIENCED and reliable colored bur ner shop porter wants Job, good refer ences. Call Enaley 220._ SITUA'NS WANTED, FEMALE M NURSE - COMPANION — Keflned lady wishes to act as nurse to sick person (don’t object to T. B.J, or as companion to cultured lady; like traveling. Address, "Companion, ' Care Age-Herald. _FINANCIAL F BUSINESS OECOKrUNITlES 57 GARAGE $S00 will buy this garage in best of location, has 2 gas tanks, 1 oil tank, 1 hoising crane, 1 air sta tion, except motor, and ail kinds ol tools, can get lease for 3 years at $20 per mouth) If you ure look ing tor a bargain in this line cull L. B. COOPER Sales Manager Northwest Division Messer-J ohnson Realty Go. 216 N. 2lal tit. Main 1467. WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTOR—Man be tween 26 and 40. with sales experience, win* can Invest 93.000 for equal interest in company organized to distribute na tionally known automobile accessory, niaili by an old established factory, ex clusively in Ala nania and Miseissippi, in vestment absolutely aa.ro ami conserva tive, possibilities unlimited; salesmen al read} on road and business coming In; cannot finance business alone and need live, active partner to help me, would be on salary, give name, uddress and tele phone number lor contidentiai inter view. Address V-44, Care Age-Herald. LUNCH ROOM Located within $ blocks of center, rent only J25, Birmingham, good lor about 917 6 clear prom right now, owner leaving ciiy; puce, $l,uou. Southern Business Exchange, • 607 Em pire llldg.__ FOR SALE—Small restaurant, 260? 1st Ave.. N.; nici location; cheap root. MORTGAGE LOANS 61 tOKTGAGE LOANS—1On new dwellings and apartnieois in cities In Alabama of lO.uuu population; also uupiovtd Ala bama farms, prompt service. Jeimsoo Ac Go. lined, 221 N. 21st St. REAL ESTATE—Loans on tirat mortgage at 7 and 6 oer cent, iiemey-Spurgeou Realty Co., 322 N. 31st St. Alain 1260. REAL ESTATE LOANS—As low as 6 per cent on up-to-date homes in Greater Birmingham. Jackson Securities Co.. 112 N. 31st 3L Main 76. REAL ESTATE—We negotiate loans and sell real estate; can handle deetrabie farm loan*. McConnell White-Terry. 20263d Ave. MONEY TO LOAN 62 , .can Corporation, inc. household good*. . Aiue. 2ui Clark Bldg. __ FINANCIAL_F _KfoNEY TO LOAN 62 Men ami Women SALARY LOANS LOWEST RATES Employees Loan Society 606 Lyric Bid# Phone Main 6376. < Mon., V\ ril . S.tt. «-v. nings to * o'clock. $600 IJP on l u'&i . • Jefferson county; mortgages bought. S. E Thompaon. SU9 Title Guarantee Bldg. _STOCKS AND BONDS_65 FIVE PER CENT paid on saving*. 6 per cent on certificates. 7 per cent on monthly Havings. Write or call for liter ature. Security Savings A Loan Co.. 211(6 2d Avb., Birmingham. Aia. Ass ’a. >747,801.97._ LIVE STOC" & SEEDS G DOGS—CATS—PETS 66 COME YE LOVERS OF SONG And spend your leisure moments In our beautiful blrdery. The sweet warbling of our many won derful birds will fill your soul with gladness. GORMAN-GAMMILL SEED & DAIRY CO. 1380 2d Ave. Main 33: f FOR SALE—3 high-class setters, 2 high class pointers; real bird dogs, priced Worth the money. Highland Kennels, Oottondale, Fla. _____ HORSES—CATTLE—V'H’CLS 67 MILCH cow* for sale, we are receiving to« day carload of extra fin*} Jenny cows, with young calves, at Southern Stock Yards, corner 1st ave. and 27th et.; will exchange for dry cows. G. VV. Walden A Son. Phone Mein 8666.___ POULTRY SUPPLIES 68 EGGS for hatching, large dark, healthy, trap nested Rhode Island Reds. >1.60 per setting; fine cockerel, $3. Hemlock 949-VV or Main 1336.__ MERCHANDISE H ARTICLES FOR SALE _72 CUAL LKNS-CAHADA LUMP.>7.00 GENUINE BLACK CREEK LUMP . 7.00 OLD RELIABLE CARBON HILL LUMP . 8.00 LBN-CAHAHA MIXED . b.00 LENS CAHABA STEAM _ 3.60 WOOD'S COAL YARD MAIN 2U44. 881 N. 20TH ST. COAL COAL COAL Warrior nut and lump, $6.26; red ash Ca haba fancy lump, $6.60. many other grades. BEECROFT-WRENN CO. i - - 9 >th Ave Phone Mala 1091. DIAMONDS—Sunburst brooch, 1 - 4 - carat j diamond center, 100 pearls, soil fib; coat > I 00 1'» yea i s ago. Ma in I CaSH REGISTERS, showcases, scales. Iron safes, ice boxes, butchers* coolers. Southern Store Fixtures Co.. 414 N. 21st SC. Mam 6128._ ONE 6-A Hoffman pressing machine for sale; can buy at bargain, party leaving town. Room 2 Woolworth lildg., 3d ave., 19th at. Phone 6806 COAL--Fancy lump. $6, nut lump, $6.60; first-class mine run, $6. Sen sample at 211 N. 22d at. Call Main 3284. Prompt delivery, _ BUSINESS EQUIPMENT _74 TYPEWRITERS—For the best guaranteed typewriters and typewriter repairing that money will buy. see, call or writ# Old Dutch R. A C. Co., 404 N. 20th St. Main 488.__ GOOD THINGS TO EAT 76 CA|8IH08 CAFE- Meal ms there They serve good meals for less money. 2120 ! bth Ave.. _ BUILDING MATERIAL 75 PAINTS AND ROOFING Good house puint, $1.60 and $2.60 per j gal. True, 100 per cent pure painta, i none better, at very low prices. Barrett’s Everlastlc roofing, rod or green ' slate, 86-lb.. $2.60 per roll; 1-ply, >1.26, 2-ply. $Lb6; 3-piy, $1.96; roof palms, atop leaks, 76c per gallon. Don’t buy until you see us. ROBERTSON HARDWARE CO. 2020 1st Ave._ M*in 7110. HOUSEHOLD GOODS 78 COAL—". Here Is what you have been waiting for. HIGHEST QUALITY AT LOWEST PRICES CAIIABA FANCY LUMP. $6.60 TON Your money refunded If not entirely satisfactory; this la absolutely the best coal value In town. For your furnace and heater use Lens Cahaba mixed for $6, or steam for $3.60 a ton. MAKE YOUR ORATE SMILE WITH YOU SEE WOOD FOR COAL 831 N. 30TH ST. MAIN 2344 COAL! COAL! COAL! High-grade Cahaba lump and nut coal, $6.25 per ton, delivered. CAHABA VALLEY COAL CO. Main 6872 and Main 1093 SAVE THE BABY OUR SCREENS WILL PROTECT HIM FROM THE DANGER OF BURNING. KOBT PRO WELL STOVE CO. 201.1 THIRD AV4L FURNITURE FOR SALE—BeautIful mi* ! hogany bedroom und living room ! suites. odd pieces period furniture, sun. parlor suit". baby grand piano, Edison N<*w Art talking machine, many rec- i ords, art lamps and iuks, all strictly . high class furniture uni... Call 4 to 0 ! only. 2723 Highland aye. HOOD & WHXihiu&xi'b ZU A Via. BTOfUB— 11207 2(1 Avu., second hand furnitivre bought and sold. Main SO41. MACHINERY 80 FOR SALE 1 6 Inch 4-side muider. 1 1U14-1uc1i Flory mint hoist. 1 26-h. p. electric hoist. 1 7xl 2-inch single drum reversible mine 1 l-ton truck, first-class condition. 1 new No. b VVheeland sawmill. Steam driven compressors, steam engines. ' lathes, shapers, drill presses and other machinery. Small size single phase motors in stock. ; CHAS. J. GEOHEGAN MACHINERY CO. It S. goth St.. Birmingham. Ala. MUSICAL‘INSTRUMENTS 81 BARGAINS in new and used player pianos and phonographs, Columbia rec ords at half price, see un and save money; tor rent, pianos with purchase privilege; we take old planoe In ei change; home of Brunswick phonograha and record*. K. hi. Forbes & Sons Plano 1922 H ave. K. WE would like to exchanp some player pianos or phonographs for good used pianos; would pay cash for a fuw bar gains. l£>. hi. Forbes As Sons Piano Co., 1922 3d Ave. WEARING APPAREL 85 UNCALLED FOR SUITS AND PANTS AT LOW PRICES UNCALLED FOR PANTS $3.85, $4.35 AND $4.85 DURHAM WOOLEN MILLS j 1813 SECOND AVE. 3 DOORS NEXT TO PIZITZl WANTED TO BUY ' _86 ! WF would lik»- ti» exchange some player- j pianos or phonographs for good used i pianos; would pay cash for a few bar gains. Li. £. i orbes 6i Sons Piano Co. j iJ22 3d Ave. MERCHANDISE H WANTED TO BUY ^86 WF BUY Phone 1681 second hand clothe*, shoes 2116 2d A»e WANTED—Second hand power bar shear to cut up to 2-lnch round ateel bare. Give description and where located. Address P. O. Box 302. Birmingham. ROOMS AND BOARD I ROOMS WITHOUT BOARD 87 KNSLEY—- sets of light housekeeping room*, water, lights, gas. Eneley 7*9. _18 22*6 A vs. D. Ensley. Ala. NEWBY papered housekeeping room*, either furnished or unfurnished. Will take children; light*, water, gas phone. 829 X. 18th St. Main 7785. FOR RENT- In private home; bedroom? dining room, kltchennette. bath. heat, hot water, telephone. all completely furnished. Main 6775-W. LOVELY furnished ro5m to single man; a 11 convenlencea; >16. Ma 1 n 6601 -J. 1912 8TH AVE., N.—Two rooms furnished for light housekeeping, with bath. ROOMS—With or without board. llliTX 20th St. Main 7912-W._ __RCOMS WITH BOARD J*8 SOUTH HIGHLANDS—Splendid room with good board, conveniently located. modern and reasonable. Garage. M 1125 2032 WE. G—Nicely furnished room in steam heated apartment; adjoining hnth; on jitney line. Main 4718-W. • /! N. 1RTH ST.—Nicely furnished rooms. . rit. Main 1809-J._ FURNISHED room and garage; also~smalI apartment. Main 3161. ___ ROOMS WITH BOARD 88 LARGE room adjoining bath, good table board, convenient to cars and bus line. _ Hemlock 263-J._ _ HAVE room and board 7or nloe boys and R iris that want a real horns, reason able. best of car ssrvlca; also walking distance. Main 3460-W._ NICELY furnished room, with good table board; urlco reasonable; steam heat; 822 8. 20th St. roi S. 20fH ST.—Room with board for I men. 2 beds, good meals; reasonable. Ma in 8381 W.__ LOVKI.Y big room, adjoins bath; table bon nl sm-age. Main 7938. HOTEL ROOMS 91 MABSON HOTEL HATH IN EVERY ROOM. S i.50 PER DAY. SPECIAL WEEKLY RATES. 31» AVE. AND 22D ST. REAL ESTATE, RENT J APARTMENTS AND FLATS 92 HIGHLAND AVE. APARTMENT • n ae» ount of lessee having: left the city, he I* willing: to aubrent this 6-room apartment In beautiful Hanover court apart inept a at. reduced rental. For fur flier information, call Moseley, Henderson & Davis Main 79 L_»10 N. Hot St. I’VVt* ROOM apartment In private home; private entrance, furnace heat. Mr*. M. Schwartz, 1187 N. 16th St. HOUSES FOR RENT 98 WEST END 4u7 Randolph ave.. West End, Beverly Place, 6-room cottage, electric lights and water, $27.60 per month. Butler-Garrett R. E. & I. Co. 222 N. «»t St. Main <19. DWELLINGS FOR RENT Rooming house. It rooms, 20#’4 N. S2d street .176.00 936 S. 20th St.. 0 rooms, heat, shade* and KHC range furnished .$90.00 418 N. loth St.. 4 rooms .$30.00 102’a rf. 20th Ht.. 1 rooms .$36.00 iOO N. 16th St., 4 very large rooms; steam heat furnished. 1302 5th Ave.. 9 large rooms.$100.00 >10 N. 24th at.. 7 rooms ..$45.00 1606 16th ave.. N.. 6 rooms (new) ..$46.00 !537 8. 19th at., new bungalow, • roomL . $60.00 417 N. 19th St., 7 rooma .$60.00 1316 S. 16th at., 8 rooms .$76.00 MOLTON REALTY CO. 1321 Vi Sylvan ave., attractive 4-room apartment, $36. 4 room cottage and 4 acres, Edge wood. Oxrnoor road, $20 per month. Butler-Garrett R. E. & I. Co. COR RENT—Four-room house, 111 Yd MV..,, n. Main 6191 vv._ OFFICES Fog RENT_96 rUTWl LEU—STORAGE AND OFFICES TO RENT. APPLY MANAGER, TUT WILER HOTEL. OFFICE FOR RENT CHAMBER OF COMMERCE BLDG. JEM I SON CO., AGENTS 221 N. 31 HT ST. MAIN 6210. 97 WANTED TO RENT RESPONSIBLE TENANT WANTS UNFURNISHED COTTAGE OR D UNO A LOW AT ONCE. MUST HE CONVENIENT TO CARS AND KENT REASONABLE. AD DRESS P-43. AGE-HERALD. RI AL ESTATE—SALE K CEMETERY LOTS FOR SALE X Secure your family lot In beautiful FOREST HILL CEMETERY Beautifully kept; convenient; all size lota; terma^For information phone Wood BUSINESS PROPERTY—SALE 98 Investment— Sheffield Investment $;;»>.000—Sixty acres, located on i he east aide of Sheffield on brick road leading from Sheffield to Wilson dam and being directly In front of government plant No. 2, 3 blocks from car lino; if you are looking for an easy turn and quick profits, eee A. A. GAMBILL REALTY CO. JEFFERSON COUNTS’ BANK BLDQ. MAIN 8. 12 PER CENT NET INVESTMENT FOR 10 YEARS 111 000—A 10-year lease at 13 per cent net, 58,000 cash necessary; must get action on this at once. F. B. Johnson. JEMISON & COMPANY FARMS AND LAND FOR SALE 99 160 ACRES FEE-SIMPLE $6.50 ACRE Jefferson county, half cultivatable. spring; dandy investment. Address. "Quick Cash.'* Cara Age-Herald.__ 1 10 ACRES—14 miles Birmingham, 7 room house, barn, garage, lots of fruit, fenced, on Bankhead highway, right at county school; this bargain will be taken by the first customer we show It to; hurry If you expect, to get It; price, 13.600. In gram Land Co.. 312 Empire Bldg. MUSCLE SHOALS ! SECTION 170 acres. 6 miles railway. Lawrence . county; 8-room residence, fine springs. 20 acres In Bermuda grass. balance in 1 cultivation and timber; only $35 per aCfa for quick sale. Address "Quick Sale/* Care Age-Herald. LAND—We can sail one aort or a million. Ingram Land Co.. Birmingham. REAL ESTATE—SALE K FARMS AND LAND FOR SALE 99 15 ACRES FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE A 15-acre farm In Columbiana. 40 mile* of Birmingham, all under fence, a 4-room house, 1 block of orchard. 3 blocks of high school; price, $2,600. payable $.150 cash. $25 per month or will exchange for cottage in Birmingham. GEORGE W. WISE 112 Farley Bldg. Phone 8316. FARM EXCHANGE 315 acres, Jefferson county line, 40 acres in cultivation, house and barn. 1*4 miles railway station; less than 26 miles out; will exchange for house and lot. WALTER E. BARNES 551 BROWN-MARX 80 ACRES OF LAND One-half-mile south of No. 2 plant, Aluacls Shoals, price liable to advance any time, now only $200 an sere, one-third cash, balance 1 and 2 years. W. G. TYLER MORRIS HOTEL "700 ACRES FEE-SIMPLE $10 ACRE PrankiIn coum>. few miles from Muscle Shoals district. 3 miles ratlway ate.lion, coal being developed near. Address 1'-41 Care Age-Herahl. »0-ACRE improved farm, Jefforson county; well rented; will trade for lot suit able for apartment houw Ingram band Co., 312 Empire Bldg. 40 ACRES—For $250; pay $10 cash. $14 month. Ingram Land Co.. Birmingham 70 ACRES—3t. Clair county, uneurum bered; will trade for negro property or a lot worth $1,000. Ingram Land Co, Bmplra Bldg. _ HOUSES FOR SALE 100 BRICK HOME Chestnut Hill Bargain Wall constructed and very attractive brick home on pretty afreet in Chestnut Hill, with eastern exposure, 3 bedrooms and inclosed sleeping porch. 2 tile bathrooms, with splendid built-in fixtures, abundant closet space, mirrored doors and be* hardware throughout. beautiful living room with large sun parlor adjoining fireplaces in each, dining room and kitchen, concreted and cemented base ment under entire house, with servants' plumbing; quarter-sawed oak woodwork and high-grade oak floors, garage in rear, lot Improved with shrubbery and grass. It was built of L«at materials for a home, and. In our opinion, is the best buy In the Country club section; price. $12,600; only $1,500 cash required. Moseley, Henderson & Davis 3X0 N. lint St._ Main 791. NORWOOD Thirty third at.. Norwood, offer***—♦ bargain In many h duy. nwnrt transferred puta a $lt,5U0 bung* 17,800 for quick sale, baa •» root)..1' m<£ breakfast room, hardwood throughout. tilo bath and shower ha a garage. side drive, furnace heat and aervant quarters, small amount of c'*n will swing it. Just look .it It, is v' w» ask. Cali Clyde Nelson. JEM ISON & COMPANY COUNTRY CLUB Six new hupies; modern to last de ft1' i our $6,000 to $11,600. YE, ... AN, PILL & SMITH 210'J FIRST AVE. BOl I N H IGHLAM'S - Near l. ikevuv.v school, on large lot facing south, owner h aving city snd makes a low price to sell at once, brick veneer; hardwood floors throughout, ivory enamel wo**d work, tile bath, good attic, servant room, garage, furnace boat, 4 bedrooms aiul sleeping porch. See us at once. trail IUIbWrt Jetnlson or Charles B. Webb. _Jemison and Company. FOR SALE BY OWNER—8-room resi dence in fine neighborhood on South Highlands, 3 bathrooms, furnace heat ed; lot bOxtkl; recently repapersd; terms to responsible partita Fui further ekrticulars address 1/-64. care ak« eraia. WEST ENh New, attractive 7-room bun Jalow, living, dining, breakfast, kitchen, bedfootns and inclosed sleeping porch, fleidatone front; hardwood floors, French and mirrored doors. Areola heat, composition roof, lovely neighborhood snd large lot. facing right, cant bo beat |6,760; )l,0t)0 cash, balance like rent. Richards, with McConnell-White Terry. Main 368._ JEROME TUCKER Realtor SALES. LOANS. LEASES. APPRAISALS 1ST N. 11BT ST. MAIN 6981 HOMES FOR SALE ' . FRANK B. CLARK _JU N. 21HT ST. MAIN 69SI LOTS FOR SALE 101 LOTS FOREST PARK Three lots, GJenwood ave., |J0 per foot. CLIFF ROAD Eight lots, |60 per foot. GLENVIEW ROAD Four lots. 1*0 per foot. CLAIR MONT AVE. Eight lots, 860 per foot. OLENWOOP AVE. Four lots, |50 per foot. These are the choicest residentta! lots in Birmingham, have all irn provements, and are genuine bai YEATMAN, PILL & SMITH 3109 FIRST AVE. HALF PRICE 40 LOTS ns.soo Ai pretty can be found, on car. cement walk*, ripe for development. Mr. In vestor, here's where your cash talks. Address, "Lots.** Care Age Herald. MU8CLE SH< >ALS PR( >PKR Cl ISO jots', price |250 each. $100 cash and $16 per month; 80 acres close In, suitable for subdivlsior. on terms, want several live salesmen; get In early. General Invest ment Co., 1005 It Ave., Morris Hotel. RESIDENCE lots for flgie of -.xcbange’is beautiful and prosperous Sylacauga. good schools, fine churches and large pay rolls; for cash or terms, liberty bonds at full value; cotton will be ac cepted at market. Tax free until paid to full. Address N-f4. Care^ge-Herald. • 2 LOTS 60x140 EACH ~~ One-four mile from No. l plant. Muscle Shoals; price for both $600; $L'50 cash, balance $60 quarterly. SEE W. G. TYLER _ MORRIS hotel FOR SALE—140 lots, Ingieoook Terrace, Boyles Highlands, for $301) to $500 bach; terms easy, want several live salesmen. General Investment Co., 1906 1st Ave., Morris Hotel. REAL ESTATE WANTED 102 WHJ HAVE several good prospects for residential and business prop erty end several inquiries for va cant residence lots, tf you have anything to offer phone or call at our office and give us description and price. W. 14. Leedy R. E. <v 1 Co. Main 4776. HOMES—We nave customers tor hoonss is ell parts of Birmingham; list your prop arty with us; we will glv« results. Montgomery K. fcL A lna Co., tm ^ 21st SL Main 8011._ BUNGALOWS’and HOU8B3 List your bungalows and houses for sale or exchange. TRUMAN E. LEEPER REAL ESTATE OPERATOR ___Mala $060._ WANTED—Business property that promises good future; sound In vestment; furnish lowest price; her terms and full description. R-86. Cars Age-Herald. WILL PAT $1.50 an acre for soy Ala bama land. P. O. Bos 407 Birmingham. WANTED—A desirable residence. If you have anything to offer submit lowest cash price, together with full description of property. A. B X.. Care Age* Herald.