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1921 - MAY 128, 1021 MARKET. and saasloa, mere coming...
MAY 128, 1021 MARKET. and saasloa, mere coming bell-days ehaagea such general the Stock Exchange. by Bed' Unloa Cea-tral Bid. I ItS s I s . s ax 'I it It 1-14 4 . s III ii 11 1 IS e I I 7S S IS IS I ts 1-14 174 354 1 1 1-1 1 'S 11 J!.1 s s 14 10 144 s I 141 41 II 4S J tl It 4S I I 4 .... s It 4 t-14 4S "it s Ask. T 11 h it-it , i 4-11 J 8 1 t 4 11 TS s ,1 IS h 1,1,. IS lH it 4-TI S li ill ltS s 144 It 17 4S ii .-a ts II t 1 I 7 J i 7 II 4-14 i 11 17 4 REAL ESTATE AtlD BUILDING Within two year the Goodwill Industrie Company, composed of all denominational religious organisation in Cincinnati, will be In the market for the construction of a church adjoining the southwest corner of Ninth, street and Freeman avenue, to cost approximately tilt 000, according to C. I Swain, attorney. Mr. Swain, aotlng for the association, aoqulred from the Brunhoil Manufacturing Company four parcels of property on Freeman avenue, south of Ninth street The purchase gives the Goodwill Industries Company ownership of all the property on the west side of Freeman avenue, between Eighth and Ninth streets, with the exception of one parcel. ' That acquired yesterday s known a BIS to til Freeman avenue as well a No. 820, on the opposite side. The lot In connection with the former piece is Tl by 10 feet and No. 820 Is 8 by Tl feet the four being held at lAOOO. .The church feature of the rehabilitation work now being carried on by the Goodwill Industrie Company I located in the former West Exchange branch of the telephone company at Eighth and Freeman avenue. This corner was acquired Ty the association three year ego and the southweet corner of Ninth and Freeman avenue last year. The work ts carried on Under the direction of the Methodist church, but other denomination have representation on the Board of Directors. Ths money for the building of the church Is expected to come from the centenary fund. J. Stanley Philips, of Indianapolis, Is to take over the religious work in connection with the association, relieving R. E. Scully, Superintendent who has been In charge of all features of the institution. x x Charles Leppert, formerly a factor in the residential building field, particularly in the CUfton-Avondale district 1 to re-enter the construction Held, starting oil with It houses to be built on Pazton road, near Taylor avenue, Oakley. Modest homes, designed for working-men, ar to be constructed on a tract Blair pineal side - Beading Maggie aids Mary Beech-wood BUSINESS Unloa It by - avenua el ao, leet feet It $1 BUSINESS Montgom-ory ltll, Mojithly Mar)r Sve-yee 7 'to Albert atore-- room and 4. Helen leas timers leaae 1141 17. 17. CAMP ot tl 11 by avenue, CENTRAL north of CITY Cincinnati for amounts Charles Maurloe I?;"' Frederick Beck the Commission. CITY Improvement The 114,100) Tor-rear, R. Charles Bailie kamp, eoh p. Ple-por, Elisabeth Welea,

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  1. The Cincinnati Enquirer,
  2. 28 May 1921, Sat,
  3. Page 13

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