Advertisement offering a reward for the return of a Confederate soldier who ran away from the Selma Arsenal. The ad gives a full physical description and mentions that the deserter is probably headed to Coosa County, where he has family.
"Clay-Bank Church, built in 1829 and open to all denominations, became a Methodist Episcopal Church, South, in 1831; rebuilt in 1852. Reunions by decendants (sic) of the Dowling, Andrews and Matthews families are held annually the first Sunday in...
"It Makes a Specialty of Rift Sawed Yellow Pine Flooring." From the rotogravure section of the Birmingham Age-Herald, Sunday, December 5, 1915. The town of Kaulton was founded in Tuscaloosa County by the Kaul Lumber Company in 1912.
"Here Are Some Members of the Calhoun County Club Gathering Their Product. Remarkable Records Have Been Made by Some of the Clubs in Canning Tomatoes." From the rotogravure section of the Birmingham Age-Herald, Sunday, September 26, 1915.