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THE 'WASHINGTON TIMES, SATURDAY, NOVEJrBER 2, 1912.
$19.75 Per Month Buys This
Fine 6-Room Home
SEVEN SOLD THIS WEEK
That's less than they would rent for. And only a small cash payment is required. There is no time for delay when a
home like this is offered on such easy payment terms, for the man who buys one of these homes with his rent money will have
a fine residence to show for his labors, whereas the most the man who pays rent can ever show is a bunch of rent receipts that
are not worth the paper on which they are written.
Inserted. in Last
Saturday's Edition of
Don't underestimate the importance of this
honest construction. A home is an investment
for not only a lifetime, but you should also con
sider the future generations that will inherit it.
A home constructed as this home has been will
endure as long as the many far more massive
and expensive residential mansions and public
Nor can you afford to underestimate the
value of a practically planned home. Your wife
will appreciate this important feature of these
homes. The interior arrangement is made both
with an idea to beauty and the comfort and con
venience of its occupants. Every room is an
outside room, enjoying an abundance of sun
light and ventilation.
Price, $2,150 $19.7.5
All we ask is that you see this home and compare it either with the home you are renting or with any other home for sale
at such an advantageous price and terms. Experience tells us that such an investigation will cause your final decision to be in
favor of this home.
Sample Home 1524 D Street Always Open Inspect at Once
tk PHILLIPS & SAGER
.Real Estate Loans
715 14th St. N. W.
WILLIAM S. PHILLIPS
lowest hates on insurance:
PHILLIPS & SAGER
Real Estate, Loans and Insurance
TIB FOURTEENTH STREET N. W.
WASHINGTON, D. O.
CHARLES D. SAGER
PHONICS MAIN lBST-lSM
RENTS A MWWMUT
PEOPLE who buy homes require and pur
chase many other things, Mr. Merchant.'
Don't overlook the importance of this fact. In
the last two years the Washington Times has
made far greater gain in Real Estate display
advertising than any other Washington paper.
November -1st, 1912,
Mr. Robert E. Joyce,
Care of The Washington Times,
You will probably be pleased to learn that we secured five (5) sales from
our advertising in your last Saturday's issue, which is our reason for again
favoring you with another announcement on the remaining two houses.
Of course this is a remarkable home buying opportunity, one that in
telligent people could not help but immediately seize. However, we could
probably not have reached these buyers had it not been for your newspaper.
We trust that you will be successful in helping us dispose of the remain
ing two houses.
Yours very truly,