ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 53,484 items from Richmond Times-Dispatch, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
53,484 results
Page TWO [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 10 January 1915

BASING AT NEW ORLEANS - AN INSTANT SUCCESS Forty-One-I)ny Meeting Attract* Wide Attention?Many Visitors Attend Each Session. best riders accept mounts Every Stall Orcui>ied, and Late-Com-ers Compelled to Stablo Outside of the Grounds?Track In Excellent Sliupo. NEW ORLEANS, I,A.. January 9.? Instant success of the Business Man's Racing Association's forty-one-day winter meeting, which opened on New Yearn day, attracted wide attention, and hundreds of visitors and racing admirers are daily (locking to tills eity to enjoy the high class sport offered. Any inaugural day crowd in past years was doubled In size by that of Now Year's Day, and since that time the attendanco has continued excellent. The authorities have no objection to tho custom of the association In employing bonded stockholders to hold money bet, und there Is no dlfflculty for one to be accommodated, if one desires to t>et on a horso. How- I ever, hookmaklng is prohibited, and "individual betting" Is...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page THREE [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 10 January 1915

BIG BASEBALL MEETING NEXT WEDNESDAY NIGHT Ulchmond Amateur Athletlo Federation Invites Athletes to Attend Session ?t McOtll Union. TEAMS WILL. BE ADMITTED Many Subjects Will Be Under Discussion?XMans to Start the Season Among the Diamond Enthusiasts to Be Perfected. Baseball teams In sufficient numbers have been heard from to Insuro a big uttendanco of players at the Federation baseball meeting whloh will bo held at McGlll Union Wednesday night. The meeting will begin at 8:30 p'clock, and will be presided over by Ooorgo MoRweeney. chairman of the 191B baeel>all committee. The matters to be discussed aro; Richmond's relation to the South In amateur sport. What they aro doing In Baltimore for the young men. Tho Amatour Athletic Union and Its helpfulness to younjf athletes. What the Ulchmond Amateur Athletlo Federation Is doing for Richmond. ProspectB for the 1915 season with legitimate amateur tennis and nlayers. Open discussion from the lloor of any one present. Admission ...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 10 January 1915

EDWARD H. WINSTON DIES SUDDENLY OF APOPLEXY Stricken on Street AVhllo Return- { inj? From DruR Store. WAS WITH C. & O. RAILWAY Son of Veteran Clerk of Law and Equity Court Passes Away Suddenly?Was In Sixty-Second Year of His A no. I'dwanl H. Winston, son of Philip P. Winston, clerk of tho L.aw and Kqutt}' Court, was stricken with apoplexy shortly after 9 o'clock last night while returning from a drug store at the corner of IvOnibardy and Ilroad Streets, and died a few minutes after being taken to his home. 1(507 drove Avenue. Mr. Winston had been complaining of a bad headacho for some days, and went to the drug store to get some medicine to relievo t|io pain, lie wns walking homewards on l.ombardy j Street, between Uraco and Franklin, when suddenly ho began to stagger, j falling against a telephone pole for j support. Policeman Waters, who was near, rushed to his side, and as Mr. j Winston fell unconscious into the arms of the ofllcer ho managed to breathe ! out his name...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 10 January 1915

PART THREE Second News Section Industrial Activities of Richmond uud tho South Second News Section Fdltorlal, Real Estate and Want Ad P&gm PART THREE 65th YEAR PRICE FIVE CENTS WORLD MUST PAY DEBT TO BELGIUM I i Gsorge Bernard Shaw Says England and France Should Have Saved Little Kingdom. COULD FARE NO WORSE Have Saved Their Own and World's Honor, but Can't Live on Sympathy. 1?V (iKOIK.K lll'.ltVMtl) SHAW. If I were to say to a Belgian that line woras butter no parsnips, ho would wonder what on earth 1 meant. That Is perhaps fortunate; for If ever a nation had reason to remind the world of that saying, it Is the Belgian nation at the present crlhis. I ain nfraio many of us have a rather (?emplacement impression that France and Britain came in a very handsome way to the rescue of brave little Belgium. and that It is a noble trait in their character that they have upheld the treaty of London ( 1829) these sev-enty-live years for Belgium's benefit. N w the King of the Belgi...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page TWO [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 10 January 1915

ailSING DAinf COWS ON j J- OWN MCE, W HOW Timely Lecture on Timely Subject " '"by One Who Speaks From | Kxperlence. llOMIMiHOW.N C.M.VKH AltK I HOST j Deplorable Carelessness ami Thoughtlessness ?>f Some Henrico County Dairy Farmers?Lecturer Talks to Them Very Plainly. iiv j. in \ 11:11, I-'nrmrrs* llrmoiiKtriilioo \gcnt. Oyer a year aeo Ihc writer was strongly advising the dairy farmers about Ulchmon.l. in Henrico County, to, IvK'p their best heif'-r calves ami raise ; them for dairy i'ows, Iipchuio of the i scarcity ami high pric? of cows ami thi> prospect of ? greater scarcity ami corresponding advanci in values. Tills prophesy ha- born more than fulfilled A huge ibiirico dairy farm- ; or. in talking of t'<i? condition, recently j said: "Oootl cows are not to bo had I at any price, at least, not in this part ! of the country, nor within a good long . distance of this city I attended a sale tlio pther day, ami prices for grade j cows wont ail the w...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page THREE [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 10 January 1915

INVESTMENT DEMAND IS TAKING NO CHANGES Call Is for Notes, Hi^h-Grado Bonds and Hecuritlcs That Have Stood Tost. BUSINESS IS V K It Y Ij I G 11 T Despondency Still Predominates Among Those Brokers, Who Tlirlve Only When Tliero Is Activity Among Spe<;ulators. BY BROADAN WALI.. NEW YORK. January 9.?Securities arc the , grist of the Wall Street mill, but It In the I Investment demand that winnows Dip chair from th?! wheat, ami the liunlnenH of the llrat | wi'vk nf the new year wan Unvoted ulinoHt j entirely to the purchaaeH of notes, high | grade "bonds ami other Inveatment aecurlthat havo Mtooil tlif* 8tr?iln of prcvlouH months Thin kiiHlnuw Is small when com- | pared to the niuohlnery of the Slock Bx- i change. which Is lubricated by the opera- | Hons of speculator*. Therefore despondency I -till predominates anionic Stock Exchange members who thrlvo only when specula- j lorn are active. Commission houses report n steady demand , for Investment securities during the past i ...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 10 January 1915

188S 1800 Piibllihci every day la the year by The TlmeoOlsyiibk l>ablUhlag Company, Inc. Addreaa oil rommunlcatloaa to THE TIMKS-UISI'AI CHi Tlmea-Dlapatch BaUOlsf. 10 Mouth Tenth Street Vttchmasd, Va. fBLEPHONEi, RANDOLPH X duplication Offlcr 10 Booth Tenth Street jSaoth Richmond 1020 Ilnll Street Pcterahurs 100 North Sycamore Street liftckbulf. SilB Eighth Street &3s= ? tltR TIMES, Pot?ade5: TUB1 DISPATCH, Founded. IIASBROOK. STORY Sc BROOKS, IXC.. Special Adrertlaln* Hepreaentatlvea. New York 'AMI Fifth Avenue Philadelphia Mutual Mfe Dulldlna > Chicago.. Pcople'a C?? Dnlldln* .. , SrBSCItlPTION RATES . BY MAIL One SI* Three One POSTAGE PAID Year. Moa. Moa. Mo. Daily and Sunday.... $0.00 53.00 ?1.W % .55 Bally only 4.00 2.00 l.OO .85 Sonday only 2.00 too .50 .25 Ily Tlmea-DIapatch Carrier Delivery Service In Richmond (and auburba) and PeterabnrgfJ Dally with Snnday, one rreek 15 centa Dally without Sunday, one week 10 centa iinnilaT r.r.1 V B CCHt...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page FIVE [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 10 January 1915

THE CHURCHES AND I TO-DAY'S SERVICES i Jt Missionary Heroes Srrruon by IIKV. KLOVD XV. TOMIil.VS. Text: 2 Cor. Iv. 1-18. It Is fitting that wo should have a meditation upon mlsHlonary work Just now, for tho terrible Kuropean war Ih going to make mlH.slnna.ry work for awhile very dlfllcult. Those who are outside of the horrorn of the conflict must do all that they can to supply the need, without regard to the nationality of missionaries; we must try to help them and their work, where tho nation to which they belong can no longer do ho. ami follow them with our earnest prayers. There has been much talk about the failure of Christianity in connection with this fearful cataclysm In Kurope; but we must know that Christianity can never fail; everything else may pass away, but God's Word can never pass away. It is Indeed sad that personal Christianity has not stood as firmly as might well have been expected. If every Christian were perfect, there would be no war. Hut, alas! many Christians...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page SIX [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 10 January 1915

M&jucL , ticAdtrrr' Frid&y d/Jd ^dhjirday VZ^?I rZi /""" iv<a ^e^z'Z?e/e zf ? &J&&T7S JSCX3T2- GC ._SU?7^Ci j v a-Qc, Z'v/e.ic ^TYT^e^lbuTxitcQStle wit* G&&c?Jcorr-AiJW i-s-Weekflj CaHenadlsur-5" AC VIM'.M ^ OK Ml SIC. Friday, Saturday ami >nlurdii> imitliicc?Mtiiide Adams: Friday ni^lil in "The l.cicciid '?( l.eiimirn" mid "Tlie I.RtllrN' ShiiUcsiirnrc.'' nnd Sn t urdn y ti tIrrnoon mid nlnlil, >>> 'Uimlltj <trrct.*' III.IOl TIICATKi:. . \ 11 the jTi'rk, ttIiIi miilfniM'N 'I'uoiliiy. ? Thursday -iind Sndirilny?(Jrujcr Sfiill Cqnipnny in "Siiinmy .lane.*' I.YItK TIIIJATItl'.. All the nprk. ivitli dull* matinee*? j 1'npulnr vaudc*llic mill iilclurrx. sTiii.Mi Tiuanii:. All tlie nrrk. conllniKiiiN |iorl'nr:itmice from I- tinoti 11 < 11 II nVlni'k ? I*iimmount plcturx-n. M<nulti>, Tiii'miIii) mi...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page SEVEN [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 10 January 1915

I AMUSEMENTS | <Cootloued from Sixth paKe.> ? new program, which wllPbe ID evpry particular from thai n MJoU was i?n hero before. Those J M 10 w?t? unable to secure seats at la*t appcuraruo hero will, of OUrfe. experience a greut treat, and iliusc who have seen her before will l>e able to sue something entirely now, ? hmj giving a more udoijunto conception of the little Russian's big art ?* A .VI) OTHK.it AHTIMTS iiiokk jam aiiv 4c "f ff^pi'onal merit and unuuuul appeal Is tho pt-ogratii announced for the ? ?-?inert to be given in the City Audlorliiiii Moiuluy eVenlng. January :?$, bv ? ' Jtss Krelsler. the world-famous vlo-i-ViL llM! assistance of Mine. i. ,, VttM i''"d?TKt, soprano of the l.crlln and i?r?s.).Mi itoyal Operas, and "din I'owell, regarded by many as America's greatest pianist, it (s both ?road In its scop>? and searching In Its ? I, and will doubtless find us high ivor with the veriest tyro in musical jppreclfitiun us \v|th...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page EIGHT [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 10 January 1915

LAWRENCEVILLE'S LIVE BUSINESS ASSOCIATION Uood Work ArrompllnhMl I.nwt Vrar ? nil S)"rr I'lnnnrtl fur the Kulurr. I..AWRENCEVIL.L.E, VA.. January 9.?The Lawroncevllle' Ilusincss Men's Association has proved the livest thing that over struck this Rood town. The regular annual meeting of tlie assoclaJ tlon was held at its clubroom Monday j night for the election of ofllcers, review | of the past year's work and plans for j the coming year. The president. J. 1?. j Barkley, read his report of what lias j been accomplished during the first . year, and urged the members to work ' harder than ever to keep the boost ball | rolling: for the next twelve months. j Among the things accomplished, the : president spoke of the success ot the j tobacco market. Immediately after i organization the association got busy on the warehouse proposition, and the new warehouse is one of the best built houses in the State. There is a full corps of buyers on hand, representing , al! of the large tobacco manuf...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page NINE [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 10 January 1915

General Spirit of Optimum Notice. al>lo Among Agents for Local aiifl Farm I'roperty, l-NKW WfKHiKS.A IjK I) I 8 T II I C T j |luiprovemeiit? Contemplate*! by City i lla\e Important Hearing on Futnro ! Development?Nome CJootl Sales ; .Made iu \ ir^iula J-'arm Lands. j The Week s Record U? It.. Hal " rHr",,r 100,IBS SO MjilliltiiK |M>rmltN r,7,.VSO OO ' IBS OO R Koneral "Pint optimism I I tV'.i M ! ? r''al ?er?*nt8 an?l those, ii did not report a fair business for ' it J'"*1 u/'0,< w"r,! of "10 opinion th.it I I... w a ?>f >l">c before I market would ajfain show! r."" results. The agents report thai h< iMiml>er of ln<|itlrleB have Kreatlv I increased dnrlnr t|?. past week speak! | <???,' of inquiries, nr?e.. Howe, of N. \V i l.ow.. kv son. said yesterday that his: tin " i V received more Inquiries In I Wf'"k ,hn" " hsl'1 ?IlirlllK the1 es '.r^.V", "f course, inqulrJi. v ?! *a'...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page TEN [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 10 January 1915

FOR SALE?Farms FOR SALK. I 50 Acres fronting on traveled road, 4 1-2 miles from city. <*rcek passes through farm, ?welling, fix rooms; sonic outhouses; beautifully located on an elevation, with an outlook of pleasing surroundInge. The location and excellent character of the soil make this a vrey cheap property, Price, Only $0,?00. 50 Acres Half mile railway, six miles from city. Dwelling. six rooms; barn and poultry-house. In direction of the city's most rapid growth: at a bargain. Apply for free catalogue. R. 13. CHAFFIN & CO., INC.. Main and Twelfth Streets. FOR SALE?Real Estate. Do You Wish to Sell ( Your Property? If so, give us a memorandum. WAL.LERSTEIN MO I.SON, 1112 East Main Street. I Now's the Time To buy that building lot for your t now home. We have some most at- I tractive oties at bargain prices. Extra' speclah. near Battle Abbey. Almost any location desired. Call or see us. ? MOOREFIEI.l> & 1)1.AI< 10, 20 North ...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page ELEVEN [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 10 January 1915

jRirlimoni) Cunes-flijipatulj! SIXTY-FIFTH YEAll ADMITTEDLY, THE BERT MEDIUM IN THE SOUTH FOR CLASSIKIED ADVERTISING. t'EIiK PHONE YOL'Il WANTS TO TUB TIM 123-DISPATCH ttANDOL.Pl! 1 1 RANDOLPH WANT AD. HATES. D.1II.Y, cno cent a word when palA In advince. No ad. taken for leas than <Q cetita. SUNDAY, one *nU ono-half cent? a \?ord for Ml classified ads. except Situations Wanted at one cent a word. No ud. taken lor leu than if. cents. NO ADS. takon for less than 2fi cents whon charged or phoned In. Phoned orders not Kfuruntecd. c:u?sll!cutlona not guaranteed alter >;|0 1>. M. LOST AND FOUND. ?-AMI-, to my residence, one dog. Will! bo tlellvered to owner upon Identlll- ] cation and payment of cost of nU. Ap-' uly K 45. cure Times-i dspatch. LOST, pair of skates. Reward. R>-turri to lS2f> 'irovc Avi'iiw. STRAYED, Sunday from 1004 Lamb Avenue, Jersey cow. Reward If returned, or Information of same. Phone I Mad ison -4130-1. LOST, bu...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page TWELVE [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 10 January 1915

MAIL ORDERS. WM. H. .SCOTT. scott'S Old Market Drug Store. Jttdson ' Cunningham, Manager. Is the store of Richmond Win n vuu Ret anything from Scott's it's right. The finest olive Oil, the gallon: Scott's Corn Plaster is the plaster, 10c: Scott s Wonderful Hlood Mixture enriches the blood and makes it as pure as an infant's. $1 the bottle: Scott's Digestive Elixir is a panacea for nervous indigestion, r.Oc; Scott's Liver J'ills, best made, 10c; Scott's l'ile Salve is a wonder, "oc; Scott's Rheumatic Mixture positively cures, 50c; Cunningham's Royal Remedy and Injection for men does the work, 50c each; Cunningham's Klixir of l.ife restores lost manhood. "c. Chewing tobacco, 5c the plug; smoking tobacco, 20c the pound. Each truss fitted by an expert; no charge for fitting. Stock food one-half price. Mail orders a specialty. Itig stock, rlisht prices and iiolite attention. We beg your patronHATS. HATS. LADIES' and gentlemen's bats reshaped to latest styles; factory 'acuities. Write for...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 29 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 10 January 1915

PART FOUR Society, Partitions and the Household?Of Interest to Kvcry Woman Richmond Confederate C o 1 u in n?. Genealogical Data?TimesDLspatch Children's Club PART FOUR lioth YEAR RICHMOND VA., SUNDAY, JANUARY 10, 1915. PRICE FIVE CENTS Bedding of All Kinds r \ We Sell More Ready-to-Wear Garments for Women Than Any Olher Richmond Store.. Fine Feather Pillows, with best A. C. A. ticking; large 18x22-lnch size; $2.50 value; specially priced at. Fancy Art Ticking Pillows. filled with best feathers; $2.00 values One lot of Sofa Pillows, filled with silk /loss; offered at greatly reduced prices. 72x90-lnch Seamless Sheets, spe daily priced for this week's sell lng at LOW IN PRICE 81x90 Large l)oul>le-Hod Size Sheets; seamless; regular value 75c; special sale price Pillow Cases, hemstitched and large 42x36-inch size; these 18c Cases we specially price at I Holster Cases, -12x72-incli size; made of good, long-wearing cotton; these we offer at $1.29 $1.25 55c 59c large 12'/zc mad...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page TWO [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 10 January 1915

RICHMOND GERMAN CLUB GIVES OUNCE TO-MORROW ? Brilliant Unit to lie* Held nt .Jefferson Hotel With Fashionable Gathering. WEDDING OF MISS TAYLOR Becomes Bride of Slator Clay Blackiston?Irving Barl teller, WidelyKnown Author, to Speak at the Woman's Club To-Morrow. The leadjng society event of this week will be the third dance of the Richmond German Club, which will j be held on Monday evening at !? o'clock In the ballroom of the Jefferson Hotel. The ballroom will be beautifully arranged with llowers and palms for tho, occasion, and those Invited by the club to receive Include Mrs. Thomas Pinckney nryan. Mrs. Julien IT. Hill. Mrs. Levin Joynes, Mrs. Thomas Blanch MrAdains, Mrs. John | Bkelton Williams. Mrs. William 11. | Palmer, Jr.. Mrs. John Stewart Bryan, j Mrs. Garrett Buckner Wall. Mrs. Henry Carter Stuart, Mrs. T>avid Harris i.eake, Mrs. John Kerr Branch, Mrs. John T. Anderson, Mrs. George Cole Scott. Mrs. Barton Haxall Wise. Mrs. 13. Randolph Williams and Mrs. C. Cot...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page THREE [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 10 January 1915

Miss Charlotte Conovfr, of I'ennsylvania, In Welcomed at State Norr mal Krhool for Women. SPECIALLY THAI MOD I'OHWOItK Students lleport Promptly at llenliinitiK of Term, and School In A^ain In Full Swing?Tluterestlng Meetings on Program. KAllMVIUilO, VA.. January 9.?-The resignation in .Innc of Miss Adellu. liodge as resident secretary of the '> Young Women's Christian Association J waH cltj<? to tin: fact that she took up ! field work In the Association. Her place j w<is tilled during the sum in el', but the secretary appointed was forced hy 111- j ness to give up {he position before re- | porting for duty! The work of the association In the,' school has "been carried on very recently l?y the student.4 and the advisory committee of the faculty/ but all are Kind to welcome as resident secretary Miss charlotte ConoVer, of Pennsylvania, who entered upon her dutitH with the opening of school. Miss Connver Is a graduate of W'ellesley, and has had special...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 10 January 1915

m of ran RECEIVE ITTEHTION Visitors at White SUlphur , Springs Give of Their Means to Less Fortunate. PUBLIC LIBRARY IK FOl'XDKU Mlw Olivia K. Phelps Klokes Puts Institution on rermanent lla.*?ls. It Is Opened for Benefit of Visitors to the Springs. Imperial to Thn Times- Dispatch.] white sulphur srisiN'is. w. y.v. January 0.?Several of tin* recent visitor! at the White Sulphur Springs who liave been looking around tor sites to huild all-the-year-round homes here. Have taken a permanent Interest In affair* of Greenbrier County, and the floor and needy <>f tho mountains havo come In for a goodly share of attcn* tlon. The largest and most Important benefaction, however, is probably tlie public library foundod here by Miss Olivia K. Phelps Stokes. Miss Stokes, who came here for the "Uur during tho j early summer season, and spent all hoi spare time from the kurhaus, searching for an Available tract to build a home here, this autum founded the White Sulphur Springs...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page FIVE [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 10 January 1915

MOW ONE MIY KEEP FIT | MD PHYSICALLY TRIM Wliy So Many Women l.ose Charm as fliey Grow Older and Good Ix>oks Vanish. TROUBLE IS ONE OF SEGI/ECT Tljere It* Infinite Detail to Be Re. membered, and Certain JLSssentialH That Must Not He Forgotten, if One Js to Combat Ravages of Age. IIY MARION IIARMKD. Haw much do you feel it a duty t<j take car? of your good looks? When i I auy this I don't refer to such mutters* j *h neatness and clcanllncso of drees, or c^en to Bucli important details as making h nrood appearance at the breakfast table and about your jnorning work by abjuring curl papers, Icid curlers, and nloppy kimonos. There art all to be done, but there are other things which ought not to be left undone. What attention do you bCHtov.on keeping yourself up to tlio rnarlc i:i such respecte as care of your figure, your hair, your complexion und the like? This soundH a? though r might be wandering from the paths of houseUeeptnn matters and trespassing upon a "he...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
x
Loading...
x
x