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How I Sold My

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The Story of a Successful System of Finding Cash Buyers for Real Estate

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THE PASSING OF TH
NEW FREEDOM

James M. Beck
The author of THE EVIDENCE I
THE CASE turns his penetrati
satire on Wilsonism; a fearless es
mate of the President, his policie
his character. There are sever
especially dramatic chapters wri
ten in the form of imaginary conve:
sations between Wilson, Clemencea
Lloyd George, Orlando and Barc
Makino at the Peace Conference,
INTIMATE PAGES OF
MEXICAN HISTORY

Edith O'Shaughnessy Author of A DIPLOMAT'S WIFE IN MEXIG At last a book by someone who ca speak with authority on that puzz which is Mexico; an intimate po: trayal of its traits, principles, pe sonalities. AMERICAN WORLD POLICIES

David Jayne Hill
An admirably clear and convincin
discussion of the whole problem
the League and the Peace Treat
by the author of AMERICANISL

-WHAT IS IT?
OUR ECONOMIC AND
OTHER PROBLEMS

Otto H. Kahn
An expert of international repute
—with the keen analysis of the
trained financier and the skille
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nomic system. But he does more
than this—he suggests their rem-
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IDEALS: A Definition

Professor John Erskine Here is a definition, clear and in spiring, of national ideals and the method by which they are to be realized.

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GEORGE H. DORAN COMPANY
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HIS is a short tale about a quick sale. property by the Simplex System was less

than $15, whereas if I had followed the property without paying big commissions agent's advice I would have been comto agents.

pelled to spend $500 in repairs and pay him It tells how this system sold my prop- $125 commission when he made the sale. erty-quickly, and for cash—and how it That my experience is not unusual is can do the same for you.

evidenced by what others say who have 'It gives information of immense value availed themselves of this method of selling. to every man and woman who has real Here are some extracts from recent letters : estate for sale.

“Sold my property for cash within ten Through a business deal I became the days. Gladly recommend your methods." owner of a property in an adjoining State. - Wm. H. Cartland, Massachusetts. The place was run down that it

“ Your method sold my farm in a short would have required $500 or $600 to time and for cash, too.”—Mrs. L. A. make the house habitable.

Childs, Minnesota. As the property was so located that I “Sold my fruit farm at a satisfactory could not live on it, and, being unoccupied, price in a very short time. Much pleased brought me no income, I was, of course, with your method.”—E. R. Lindsey, Ky. anxious to dispose of it as quickly as pos- “ Sold my property for cash. Think sible.

your plan the quickest I ever

saw.” Never having tried to sell any real es- Johnson String, New Jersey. tate, and knowing no better method to “ Your plans sold my property when pursue, I placed the property in the hands every other method failed." Found of a local real estate agent.

buyer in a remarkably short time.” This agent, following out the usual Jno. 0. Brown, Pennsylvania. methods of the average small-town real Every reader of this publication with estate man, put a “For Sale” sign on the any real estate to sell should get the property and then sat down and waited Simplex Selling Plans at once. They are for some one to come along and inquire complete, simple and practical, and are about it.

for the express purpose of selling homes, After several months had elapsed with- farms and building lots located anywhere out any word from the agent, I wrote and in the United States and priced at not inquired as to the prospects of a sale. He more than $25,000. replied that he had been unable to do any- The best proof of the efficiency of this thing with the property and had come to system of selling real estate is the fact that the conclusion that it was impossible to through its use more than 5,000 properties sell it in its present run-down condition, in the 48 States have already been sold. and advised me to spend $500 in re- If you will write to the publishers of the pairs.

Plans at once, you can share in their Not having any money to spend on the special free examination offer. place, and having lost all faith in the

Send no money. Just fill in and mail the agent's ability to find a buyer, I decided coupon and a complete set of these copythat if anything was done I would have to righted Plans will be sent to you, prepaid, do it myself.

with convincing evidence of what they Fortunately for me, about that time I have done for others, and what they can do learned of “ 'The Simplex Plans for Selling Real Estate” that had just been brought In this way you take no risk, as you out by a New York publishing house. may examine the Plans in your own home These I secured, and much to my delight, without cost or obligation. Then if you I found they contained seven definite want to keep and use them, send the pubqlans for advertising and selling just such lishers $10 in full payment for them. If > property as mine.

you do not wish to keep them—if you are Selecting from these seven selling plans not convinced that they are just what you the one that seemed best suited to my need to make a quick, cash sale of your requirements, I immediately put it into property-simply return them and you operation with the following gratifying will owe the publishers nothing; results:

As the publishers reserve the right to Within three days I had eighteen peo- withdraw this special, free-examination ple interested in my property, and within offer at any time, better cut out, fill in two weeks I made a satisfactory sale, and mail the coupon right now to THE having receizod three cash offers and two SIMPLEX COMPANY, Dept. 333, 1133 offers of exchange.

Broadway, New York, or, if you prefer, And what is of the utmost importance, copy

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You may send me, postage prepaid, a compl-te set of the SIMPLEX PLANS FOR SELLING REAL ESTATE. After receiving them I am to have 10 days in which to examine them, at the end of which time I will either remail them to you or send you $10 in full payment for same. I agree not to show them to any one, except members of my own family unless I keep them.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

No. 7

THE OUTLOOK 18 PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY THE OUTLOOK COMPANY, 381 FOURTH AVENUE, NEW YORK, LAWRENCE F. ABBOTT, PRESIDENT. N. T. PULSIFER, VICE-PRESIDENT. FRANK 0. HOYT, TREASURER. ERNEST H. ABBOTT, SECRETARY. TRAVERS D. CARMAN, ADVERTISING DIRECTOR

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The Gamblers and the Ball Players.. 267 President Wilson's Appeal. ....

267 Mr. Borah and Mr. Crowell.

268 A Republican Elder Statesman. 268 The Legion's Solid Front..

268 The Legion and Politics. .

269 The Rule of Unreason in Ireland 269 Italy's Industrial Problem..

270 Bolivia and the Sea....

270 Etelka Gerster...

270 Cartoons of the Week.

271 Max Bruch..

272 The Appeal of “ The Bat'

272 Not a Str Vote...

272 The Portable Lunch.

273 Contagion...

273 The Socialist Ouster...

274 The Expulsion of the Socialists : Prin

ciples Involved in the Assembly's Action ....

... 274 By Archibald Ewing Stevenson Labor Leaders and Direct Action-A

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II—Samuel Gompers: President of
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By Sherman Rogers
Current Events Illustrated..... 278
Eight Leading American Novelists

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Mary Roberts Rinehart, Emerson
Hough, Ida M. Tarbell, Joseph C.
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280 Snared.....

285 By J. George Frederick What's the Matter with the Eastern Farmer ? Must Food Prices Stay Up? 286

By J. Madison Gathany Pictures from Outlook Readers...... 290 The Book Table : Concerning Biography and Certain Biographers of Roosevelt

291 By a Friend of Theodore Roosevelt This Week's Outlook : A Weekly Outline Study of Current History.. 294

By J. Madison Gathany P. S. S.......

296 By Charles Gilbert Hall Financial Department...

298 In Fairness to the Red Cross..

261 “ Tailors" and "Tellers"

261 By the Way...

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State of New York, County of New

York, ss. Before me, a Notary Public in and for the State and county aforesaid, personally appeared Robert D. Townsend, who, having been duly sworn according to law, deposes and says that he is the Managing Editor of THE OUTLOOK, and that the following is, to the best of his knowledge and belief, a true statement of the ownership, management, etc., of the aforesaid publication for the date shown in the above caption, required by the Act of August 24, 1912, embodied in section 443. Postal Laws and regulations, to wit:

1. That the names and addresses of the publisher, editor, managing editor, and business managers are:

Publisher

The Outlook Company, 381 Fourth Ave., N. Y. City Editor-Lyman Abbott.......381 Fourth Ave., N. Y. City Managing Editor

R. D. Townsend, 381 Fourth Ave., N. Y. City Business Managers

The Outlook Company, 381 Fourth Ave., N. Y. City

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2. That the owners are:

The Outlook Company, 381 Fourth Ave., N. Y. City Stockholders of The Outlook Company owning 1 per cent or more of the total amount of stock :

Whether it's a broad-backed ox or a street car line, we've got to keep feeding it or the thing will lie down and die.

Bones whitening in the sun or a car track broken and grass-grown may lend color to the landscape, but they mark the loss of a valuable worker.

Let's decide first whether we need the worker. If we do, then surely it is a long-run economy to pay what the work costs and so make certain of continued service.

Thus, in our daily comings and goings do we need the street railway?

No, it isn't worth the cost. Others say “Yes, but the fare is plenty high enough,

There are arguments for and against, and obviously each case must be settled on its merits. But while talkers talk and investigators investigate, one pertinent fact remains

Fór lack of resources to keep going, 450 miles of track have recently been abandoned, 608 miles dismantled and junked, and 4802 miles placed under receiver's management.

This is the interesting answer which fourteen per cent of our street railway mileage give to the question, Are the people paying all that a car ride costs ?"

Those who live along an abandoned car line have the chance to consider in a new light whether the street railway was necessary in their daily life.

For most of them, getting down to the office, the shops or the theatre has become an added expense in time and money. Their homes are less desirable in location, and therefore worth less.

Should the question of higher fares become a burning issue in our town, an eye to this side of the story will perhaps help us determine. what is fair for all concerned.

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3. That the known bondholders, mortgagees, and other security holders owning or holding 1 per cent or more of total amount of bonds, mortgages, or other securities are: None.

4. That the two paragraphs next above, giving the names of the owners, stockholders, and security holders, if any, contain not only the list of stockholders and security holders as they appear upon the books of the coinpauy, but also, in cases where the stockholder or security holder appears upon the books of the company as trustee or in any other fiduciary relation, the name of the person or corporation for whom such trustee is acting, is given; also that the said two paragraphs contain statements embracing afhant's full knowledge and belief as to the circumstances and conditions umder which stockholders and security holders who do not appear upon the books of the company as trustees, lold stock and securities in a capacity other than that of a bona fide owner; and this affiant has no reason to believe that any other person, association, or corporation has any interest direct or indirect in the said stock, bonds, or other securities than as so stated by him.

(Signed) R. D. TOWNSEND, Managing Editor. Sworn to and subscribed before me this 30th day of September, 1920.

serve the electrical field that every time you call up your grocer, switch on a light, or take a street car down town, the chances are you are making use of Western Electric equipment.

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