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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 7 March 1915

llUM-biill Prospects, With Seven Vet I ernns Hack. Are lle^t I in Years. JjM W MATKKIAI. MU'MJANT [iCe i' lv Draper Will He Assisted by S.ivskCi Who Turned Out I Championship Nines?Schedule ln riudes Trip to Maryland. j WIUilAMSBl'KC., VA-. March 6 .: r tho past week Cary Field line !>t'? { ?? seme of some proniislnB baseball ^?ri tlce. Though the formal call for |np<iidnlcs has not been inado and tho Kotball season did r^t dose until 1-e pa 1110 with Ha mpde:i-S>d:ioy it* o-iiay, many candidates httvo b?tn : 'tet inu up The re.'l WO! I; leuins <n Monday. t'oach Draper will l? assisted '?> I --d 1-t. Pav.ipc, who c?>ji 11? ??I tho chain 2?n?iiip William and Mary nine last ir, and tlie champions of 1911 ihe-o 1 be nothing lacking in lit# coaoh ? Hne. Likewise there will he plen of equipment The new unitoi in very atiracti\e. ti ? " ? ulpmeni is lii st elns* Seven of lsi.-'t yeai > champi ' ,ck: Capin iii "1 Un U rucUet', at Irri; Combs. tlie backstop man, t,.ii ?...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 7 March 1915

WHY IRE BEST PUTTERS USUALLY WEAK DIB? Harold II. Hilton, Noted British Golfer, Answers Pertinent Question. A.MKIUC.VNS RANK HIGIIKKT Trnvorn and Graves Anions l ive Hest I'utters (JoJf Has Produced?Hil ton Gives Own Theory in Interest ing Article on Game. A discussion that Is 111<r,|\ to p,ove Ill golfers on both sides of hp Atlantic has been he,.,,,, |,v Harold j. Hilton In t}|<? HrlU.^h iiiu?r;i f "r wlilrli he is nllto: TI.e former i !V.? w* ItrltlHli jiikI Aincrlf.ir ? Itit's wants to know whv It Is that n Put tor lh iti'tict alt> an indiffct ? lit driver. At first blush th<- premise that ko??1 '"?it?;,? ;iif ..f iixiiircM'Ht -Kin v.,ii, f,.. may not seem inn-, hut llllt.,;, anticipates this objection and names the five incii he considers the best put t?irs the Maine has prodm ?-?!, an>l th.-n points out ihat not one >>( the five wa nt the topmost rank as an exponent , of play with the wooden <<luhs ,, 'o Americans. Hilton's s. lection of wie five lea...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 7 March 1915

Videos select track D BASKETBALL LEADERS Mitchell to Captain Quint. While Durham Will lloa?l Track Men. s?r Varsity ci.ih iMioTot.KArin:i> Solnct OrKani/.a(ion Is Composed of hventy-Kiglit letter Men?Track Will Take l'p Outdoor Work I ti ller Dol)son To-Morrow . T>ie Richmond College t'li;l> n ? t yesterday for tlic purpost ??f ha it :: Its* annual photograph tak? :i for i In the Richmond ?? I l??n v year book. I. own sis "The Spider." In many ?vj ? > kids club Is the most oxeluslvo and re 1 inrkablo in college, and membership fin it Ih coveted vers much. <'tit . student body iiuiiiln iiiip well ovt'i : ??re art- otiU lwents -o.ght members ;!n> yi>nr In order t.. ? Iivx 11>I?? I'm ,11 > mhcrship. a student lias l<? win Ins ?ilegc varuitv l?-11in one or more of itlie four regular branches of sport. I'Ki'tball, basketball. t ?-;ii? K or baseball [ I ti the club this \ear arc s< veil cap ins?present, past and ?? 1 ? ?? t. (immediately after the Varsity ...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 7 March 1915

PART THREE Second News Section Industrial Activities of IMchiuond nn?l tl?o South PARIS IGNORES ZEPPELIN BANGER, Only Feeling Toward German Menace Is One of Curiosity. EYES TURN HEAVENWARD All Are Disappointed When Much-Heralded Craft Fail to Appear. I Special Cable to Tin; Tiiiifs-Liifpitlcli.) PARIS, March <1.? Parisians abso lutely refuse to I a 1< <? tlic Zeppelin danger seriously. :? ucl their only feel ?r? tr town rd s the (lornian cruisers of tho air !s one of curiosity. They are positively eager to-sec one of them in i tie sky overhead. An Incident which happen'-'! several nights ago not only proves tills, but probably will result in the revoking of the elaborate vet "{ rtil*>s which tlie authorities have laid down for the protection of 15fand limb. The nicht. in question, a soldier was run down b> a street, car in Avenue .lean Jaures, whi h, Ilk'- all the rest of Paris, was wrapped in impenetrable darkness as a precaution against the expected Zeppelin attack....

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 7 March 1915

'MIM leaf tobacco sold III VARIOUS MARKETS II !fv l k^'! [.Crop of the Past Year Nearly Closed Owt?Very I.ittle K I.eft. i RICHMOND WARKHOI'SK FLOORS j Iin<t of Rati Year's Crop Showing l'p. [ Huyers Not at All Kiithu?.inMic. I'armers Much Discouraged?\ote> I roiu all Markets. \ 1 over Virginia nvl all ever North C.'' "Una the leaf '.ohacco business li s? ? is to be tlHh k end ii I' f ? ! all the l> i u of t he A' .1. ehouse Moors, iiarrowti.it the crop 'iiarkets indii t"OJ. of 1 '<' i . \\ !1 t. ? t 1; ? rite f'ports ?it.' tli.it ti - ll as hit the an;'., comparatively i;f|i':ikinp, there ire 1 it i few milli '1 ntui'to pounds *?> come in f ? th consid rr.itioii of th< buyers Itv w > of illus !?' 't rat Aon the It irhtnond ? i'ehouKes re 't,p i't sales for thi t>ns: week to have [been not over 400,000 pounds. and froni lir boat Infprniatlon that can be path liotd from t.1 ? t'.tr:/ larnllHon pout-.is ?? }n? producers to |P\irse, refer-- -i> t'. ? ? la^ere...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 7 March 1915

NEW YORK STOCK UNMET' LARGELY LOME AFFAIR Censorship on Cobles < 'lumped Down, Wltli Mall Facilities Further Limited. WK8TBRX STOUM HAS FFFKCT KITort Is Marie to Depress Prices Fol lowing Unfavorable Conditions, and Quotations Are Shaded on l.lRht Trading?liond I'rlres Firm. I?V llltO\llA\ WAI.I.. \'K\V YOIIK*. Mi?n li ?*.. A < lampiriK ?lown *t the ccn*o:*hlp That i>rn**tl?u11 y cut ??ff ? ?b!e romminit'it ton with Kuiope nod t li ?? announterr.eiit iii.it i- further curtailment In miaII faclllti** would |doh ft !?! t Nhlpmei:#. of securities. ?truck Now Yo?J Just n? a ? \ v ?fonn arrived fr ?rn tli? \V?**t bringing ?truotlon of ielej?r:iph rii.-i telephone line* in 1?? wake To ln\ * ??to? k narket. th?*re <r*re, W9i very largely a 1?? * :i 1 affair. and 'M# piofeFnlonal trjd*.*r I* loot iniu'li of a t#? au* h an opportunity paa*. While trading wn? 1 Is? ti t an effoit w.i? marie ?o ilepri'in prb and qiiot itIon* wcr?? ?hirieri from fraction* in * lie Mandard i?*ues to ...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 7 March 1915

irfimonll ?incsHlispntdl l5 ri >i i" s. posiiiiir<i \'1'( ||. K<Mimlr<l 'Iwl.e.l rvrrv ?tn> I:: (l?r * ( it- 1 > !h?- I |t?Iirt Hi I*ii!itIsli111^ i otnpnm, inc. r.?l li<Mb u>lc?tloiin to mi. i i>n:s - iusi* \ ii. ?I>lni)i??cli llciliiiitiu. !0 South Tenth Street, rteki onil, \ it. ? TKU'.I'HOm:, 11 IMtni I'll i Jttbli' Kllon Olllce to Soutli Tenth sfrect j'ttlli Itlrhmoml ln'.H Hull Street t^ti'buri; iov North sj emuoro street I$^i<:t>uri; , . . -.'is I lit lull Mr -: I in 'CASHUOOX. STDIt \ \V IIII'lOKS, INC.. t ' Siicclnl Adrertlniu !'i "re?entiilhf?. . j*ti Vork 2IH) lifth \venue I ^ll.ii'rlsililn ttfuitl t.lfe nililiuj; , f tl' ico "eojile's (>iih Hull ill v srnsr:jiu,Tio\ it vrr.s 11V WAII,. tltit" SIt Tlirer lino j'.,>ST^GE I'Ain Yetir. \loi. >1 *. Mo. 11* ' 1! r and Sutnln y . . . ..?(> oo s:*. no SI r.t? S . .'?*? ; ? only , ( no fttt i on .::r. tiiriiil.iy oulj* (i?> i (Hi .-.it .if* I.V^ Tln:f *-1?11?|?j?t?" 1? < Trior...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 7 March 1915

* THE CHURCHES AND * TO-DAY'S SERVICES What Will Imp rove Our Prayer Meetings? i Srrinun liv RKV. KM)VI) W. TOMKINS. Text: 1 Corinthians xlv. 1-12, 2<5. Our subject to-day may well Include our church services. We want to lin provo nil our methods of worshiping ?lod, because there Ik a growth in the (.?xprcHHlun of religion as well as In it 11 other powers ami pvlvlleges which Coil has given to us Wo must remember that the truth Is eternal ami ever re mains the same, I>nt our knowledge of ? lie truth arid our application of it must vary according to the demands made upon It. The worship held in our churches nfty years ago was undoubt eilly excellent ami well fitted for the time, but It would not be at all ef fectual to-day, because w<- have grown to need other and lai'Ker expressions of our devotion. So It Is a part of our Christian duty to see that our services of worship are made .lust as attractive and helpful as possible. They are, first of all, for (Jod, and so must dra...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 7 March 1915

pirfl i* Pf m rtfl J.cry 4fB HI-KM Tin : VI KM. rtnc " 'be Mft-k. *>Itli inntin iur*tln*. 'JS irnilli.v iuiiS i% t II r?l:i >?5 ? rsi ????- *?enit ? allium?. I'i "I.iivoiV I inn' " VcC8 '?e y 1.1 itir 'i n I. *'i l.it. J I 3'" ,l,r v??'ek. wltli <l:ill> mill in ?????.? li-* 8Vjulnr vnuiletllle anil pSelure?.. V jj-l' STU \M? Tin "? ! I H. faf'All tlie n i-ck, riinlltmiiiiN |ierformnnee <_n,iim I- iiiitivi to II o*el oeK? I'tiriiutnunt llSS^'tu res. I'lrsl luilf of tin* m-i-K. \\ II >r01 m 11. * rniir- In "llnvlil I In rum": sre Joo.'il Imlf. "MnrKin'rlti' I larl? in "\\ llil 'li.* &--?* ,an| ? S. cm.mm \ i. i in: vt'icii. >ui1 :Jk.i Ml (In- H IM'K, ??ondmiiuis perform ed (rum I - 1100:1 (o II (lire*. Momtiiy mul nil," uifIi lleatrl/. M lilielenn ?Tin i'i' III I' K >lll(l|lll I iiivmIii j . ?? M !u - U ?mIii.-? I In nri-r :i nil t In* ^Mb.v anil 'I'll 11 rutin.1 ? -?kinR." >\ itii ( n il l*'riiln> ;?n?l tfnt urclii 3 ? fli?% 11 si 11 ?** llllh* /.Sn ...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 7 March 1915

AMUSEMENTS (Continued from Sixth Page.) vides tJic more Intense element of the l>lay. Th? xulijvvt may be considered ono of the most worthy works of the modern stage for screen immortality. Manager Shelld asserts that it is the great<-st pliotodrama that he has ever offered, and the criticisms of the screen production of "David Martini" in the i iti< s In which It has already been seen certainly seem to hear out the truth of the assertion. l'or the last three days of the week the Strand will present the immensely popular star, .Marguerite Clark, In the delightful tale of innocence and youth, "Wildllower," by Mary fiermalne. In tlii.s beautiful woodland drama, Miss Clark portrays the cnaractcsr of tiie dainty mid bewitching little human flower of the forest, whose real name- is . I.ettv, l?ut whose nlCKname^ "Wild llower,'* best describes her sweet and gracious personality. Support I UK Miss ?.Mark in this "drama of tin- lights and shadows of the sun kissed forest'and 'he de...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 7 March 1915

SKENE WILLTIE 'LUCE OF DIMS REST* Older of \V?ir!(l's Hour Itcconl Now ; w Serving us Artillery Man i:i Marseilles. '(31IRK8 KlHLOrtJll TO i:\ci V* Chevrolet Will Also He <>nr of the Darin.u Drivers in Indian npolls 500-Mih* Hare?li:?t \c f ec^Sory Price of Sl.ooo Announced. I'JjNIHANAroi.lS, IM>, .Mart-!) t; -.lean ltiNsaenc. holder of the w. i-i - l-.our f-U"! I antl one >>f tin f":-most dt v i ' Ktll'ppr, h; >- hOCtl navied ?'?!?? am company to take sho i?I.?? < of j"j' r 1 is Hesta :it tin- wheel of Is sc< Vj'l entry in tIto n? ,\t Iv.dian: i ??!;. ? It* race. ?'h.issagne had been serving as :?i :!> r j' man in a naval fort nt Mar."*''illcs, ?ith no prospect of release, hut when V'^tii quit tlii- Sunbeam company t?? *C a lVugeot Instead, the Imposiblv accomplished and Chassagnc given Ulloilgh. It i? thought Ma-cilles" ? partitive securltj from attaeK Jj'od a large part in this result a driver, is second to te. T^ast year he competed in the In- ' papoli...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 7 March 1915

SMALL BOY'S EXPERIENCE . IN POULTRY BUSINESS v??mc Things 'Mint Arc Wortli l.eticiilug. ThliiKn 'l'bnt llnvt* llrcn l.rarued. IIV WII.SO.N l*?)ltl>. In lli?- many occupations of the ivuiitl, ill have their pitfalls, which rliould ? Hutched, ami poultry raising Is no v j?l Ion. 1'crhapa Home may bo interested as " how ] mad-' by start in Hit- poultry "U'iIjips^. I Joined Hie Trinity I'oultry t'iub in I ho spring of I 'j 13 under the lulclajic' of j. \v. Kinghoriic, Kovvrn nunt expert sent out to organize and ? '?jach tins*- clubs. I Ills belli;; tin- end of my second and n.il year in tlie poultry club iici' di? n?lallfyinn i, j will endeavor to give a.v !i How club member* some of my ? \ p'-iieiii'e while .1 iiM'iiiher* ior in> stock of birds I selected the barred l'iytnouth Itocks, because for a general purpose breed tliey cannot lie ? 'I'll lid, being i|tiick ?'.rower.<, good '?int>r layers and tln-y attain a lnr^c > lite. 1'in poultry-hou.se is just a? Import int a....

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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 7 March 1915

f POLICY IS SUCCESSFUL ,'t More Than $200,000,000 Kxpemletl anil a Total or ttl.OOO Miles of Koari Constructed. New jersky imoxkkk in woku Only Seven States in I'nited Sinicx Have No Form of State Highway Department?Highways in Amer ica Exceed Itoad System in I'rmue. Moro than j'jan.non.iirtn of State np prlations have boon r \ponded to Jan uary 1, 191f>. and an approximate total of 31,000 miles of surfaced highways constructed under State supervision since the inauguration of the policy 'known as "State aid." according to tin I >ooil Roails Year Hook f<?!? 1 *? 1 r? to be issued tii is month by the Vncrican II ighway Association from its Wash ington office. Only se\.:i states, name ly Florida. tScoi'g in. Indiana. Missis sippi, South Carolina. Ti nncssee :in<l (Texas. have no form of State I lljilivav ^Department whatever. alt!mui:li "!iw l'gia grants aid to the counties for road Improvement l.\ lending tin service;' (of the entire male State convict f.>!???<? ) l...

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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 7 March 1915

Real Estate !Uant, Sale ni?(l Kx change?City and State Realty Hints I Jxirimuim) ?ime?-i3i$palcl]' SIXTY-K1 fr'Tl I Y HAH. r 1 ADMITTEDLY IT1IK HKST MKD1UM IN TIIJ5 SOI TJI KOU CLASS* I K11; I > A L> V !?; i IT J SI NO. TKMOIMIONi: VOt'lt WAXTS TO 'rm: TIA1 lis - UI SI' ATC11 llAMlOI.ril I 1 ItAXIJOI.l'Il ? A.\T All. IIATI'IS. IlAII.Y ono r<:nt n \vor<l wlien jiaM In n<1 vnncc. No n?l. taken for Ici-m than 10 cent* SI'NOAV, on<- ami oiu- liulf ccntH a wor*l for all clasMHc"! cv opt Situation* Want ril at oim ?.-?.? iit a word. No aU. taken for li-en than 1!. cciitH. N4J AOS. taken for 1< thin -" c?nl? wbtn i cliaiKc?l ?>i phoiu"l In. I'liOue'J older* not | rum ant" -.'. tnimMU',* Uino- '? fuurtu tffll ;i I'r 'J V M I WANT AD COPY | l"*or publication In tlie cliusslflt'il columns niUHt !>'< jit the olllce of itiibllratlon. 10 Soutis T<. lith Str?'t. Before B Po Mo to lrin?i?i )>ropir vlassl ticntlon in the next 'i;iy'a I.SMUC. ?,rn" "l *i o ? ? Ji ...

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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 7 March 1915

SITUATIONS WANTKD-?Female. ! Wa nTu.'/Vv"0*1.1'0" "ilime "?? ? cure A?K&."lr,!?ffrn^" with "Mx-Henre. Keouln^ '\vsl?>ook tier # ^ <?<?><! consider do-tors (,f ; C' 1 4* i ! <> Times-1>i.?i,n tcli. XVi;,vto,v1,v "??? ?i',to pin S^JS-mniXr,1,'- N Kf"h IMspatch. ?v,,,,r,ss " -?<'?? Times A?.*.r; ^ Wsi Olspa tch. ^ tkooni,,1L?<iy', . d t,i light boolT omVo ? O-V fc.moral ca i*o rimes-Dispatch ' ^ooEnln1'""1'1'"1 ;15 '""isokeeper. iC"? secret,,,-, Klkwood. V;.. 1UhMIX5Di M"'^ow of ?"on forte rate .vol' oM"'Sr vlviK ^ xvMh 'v'v' n.Mr*,nff *>.v s. ttlert _mtn experience. I'hone l'M'. i. BXPEniENCBD .voting lad\ stonoirra I KiikYui.' ?S " S V"sl,i<"1 ? p fj's?h *'dllcat loll. Mr. lie,,, l?|v?,.,s M formo ,: , Indorsed iorm<-i cmplovors Willing ?in,i c onac|?-ntlous worker . ., n '"Vernon, llcadky. lndl1,Ph M<r"u'- ???"fore W.d Vas iho# von.'. I 1(1 l"'lvate fn?n lv for open f... onuaeemei t I'hono J?oulevnrd 1 43 - J. Kr> Rtenographor desires...

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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 7 March 1915

1'Ult SALK?Animals. ?[LSAV.1?: HOUSES. MARKS. MIILH33. I AT CRUL.L/8 STABLER. IK SOUTH TENTH 8THEUT. I' '^HTJFS In need of good serviceable I stock right out of the hardest Kind ' work can find them at our Btables land boo them ut work. Wo hiive inuies #>or? pounds to 1.3G0 pounds. I'rlce. ,^1Z6 per pair up. and horses und run res Horn 900 founds to 1,400 pounds, price, ja head up. This stock Ib all In (Hood condition, and will be Bold under " full guarantee, If not as represented money rofundud. |l'(t|{ sale. s good mares, some of thorn I wiili foal, right off of the farm: weight, from 1,100 to 1.300 pounds; all Mi good condition, and will bo sold ?neap, ("an bo seen at Crull'H Stable, '? South Tontli Street. jl'Olt Bale, at D. J. Sullivan's stable. ?iOS 10ast Cary Street, 10 good, young jiituleM, nci'K from I to years, these jinnies are all sound and good workers. ngle or double; r> big farm horses. . "<ort from 5 to 7 years, and well broke, j ingle or d ou I ili?. Specia...

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Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 7 March 1915

FOIt SAIi:?Ileal KstnU*. I*0'? sale. a modern S-roo 1 the W? st Knit: easy tor euro Times- Disn.itch j l'OKTY ucres high. beautiful laml. I 1 ?'* utiles from rlty limits on and l?e wO'-n'cai lines; best 1-iml aroutul Itleh nori I for subdivision Aildnis "Own uV i'.ox 413. Ashland. Vn room house in rms. J 150. '*re Times-Dispatch W11ITK .v <??>". American National l'.ank Itulldlns. , ' Randolph i^ AN extraordinary oppe.rttmit\ to secure a beautiful stucco home, containing S rooms and hath, hot-water heat, in one of the most desirabb sections of No'rwood; property in excellent condl tion. Terms to suit purchaser. IjAMIt AVENl'E. IJarton Heights. S large rooms. latrobe heat, nice front ami hack port lies, large shade trees: Ideally located. See this before you buy. 1900 Block Virginia Avenue. Highland Park. S rooms, hot-air heat, large corner lot; an abundance of shade trees; located In the newest and best section of the park, l.ei us show you this home. fllE best ever off.red ^....

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Page 29 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 7 March 1915

WANTED?Ileal Estate. - ? ? LIRT your farms with J. A. Connelly & Co. Write postal for nocesnary blanks. AKont?Want l? h<J your U*al McVEIQII & ULINN. ' ? rent or purchuse small <.,.5 f?. with modern dwelling, near i ? 'i'V. convenlent to church and Bthoo . (iddrmn J 114, cure Tlmea Dlsputeh. WANTED, to buy for cash, 7-room house. modern Improvements. In West hud. Address K 023, care Times-Die patch. HAVE> $3,000 cash to Invest In 1 or 2 ! small pieces of rental property, j What have you to offer for this cash? ;?|vo particulars. Address K G4!?, carol rime*-! dspati-h I have a customct for a borne on Main or rloyd Avenue or cross streets, be tween the above streets west of Lom hardy east of Boulevard What have 1 you? George C. I'olndextcr, '.'2') East -Main Street. 1 would like t<? buy a K<>od lot In suij urbn north of Rich motid. Highland 1'ark, liarton Heights <?r Gintor Park Preferred. Statu location and price. Address K 53. care Tlmes-Dlspatch. Do You...

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Page 30 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 7 March 1915

M ESTATE DECOR? 6 IXuslness Kliow.s Sijiiis of Slt*atl>, Though Slow, luiprow iiirni. A' S.MiKS OK WKKK WKIIK S1 <$:t.."><l."> Now Suburb Opened l"p Near Wil liam liynl Park?lluiltling Permit* Show Some Signs of UciicmciI Ac* tivity?Kiro Loss Small. The Week s Record fropfrtj trnnnfrrft .51 ?.t.imi Ocfd* of trust (Ml Rrlrnup drerin 1111.71 ft 71 nulldiiifr prrmltM :tl.7l1> ?M> Klrc Iomncn '.'.'ill till There was Utile or no rhant:? In the local real estate market ?luriim the past week, although several :iK<-nts inter n iewed yesterday w ere im lined to be iieve that business was sliuhtlv I??>11?-r There Is a large loan husim ss bring transacted, ami tin* indirat ions are that I ho situation will continue t<> improve as It has Murine tin- past several months. March is a sprint; month ami In considered one of the hest months in tbo real estate business The deeds of tsust indicate that there Is a greater freedom in the money mar ket, and this will relle...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 31 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 7 March 1915

Society, Fmillion* and tbo Household?Of Interest to Kvery Woman CUPID HAS BEEN BUSY 1 IN VALLEY OF VIRGINIA i:tliol IC. Vfist Heroines iirhic* of Henry A. Sterner. .Musician, of Baltimore. IIOSIMIISHNMLI, (WltDS IKS I* I; I) A not hoi- Baltimore Man, Clmrles K.' Turner, Wins Wife in t)l?l Dom inion, Wedding Miss Kinnia N. I llelliu?News of Winchester. I Special to The Times-Dispatch.) WINOIIKSTKIS. VA? March C.-An nouncement liati been in;uli> here of the marrianc of Miss Kthel K Yost, daugh ter of Mr. arid Mrs. Millard .1. Yost, of Winchester. io llenry A. Sterner, a son ? >f Rev. at!?l Mrs. A. F Sterner, of l'.al - titnore, which was solemnized on Feb riiarv 27 at the home of Mrs. Il'uvar'l R. Shcely. No. 'Jill West North Aveini", Baltimore, Rev. Foster t*. <?lft perforin iny the ceremony. An Informal recep tion anil luncheon followed the weil ? llnn, ami Mr. Sterner ami !ils bride left that evening for the North. They will make their future home in Haiti 'nore. where Mr....

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
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