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Sundial Brochure - Pages Twenty-Two and Twenty-Three

Sundial Brochure, Page 22

The only drawback has been lack of transportation. But the additional service afforded by the Ellis Street Car (17) has greatly improved facilities, and with the completion of the Twin Peaks tunnel deliverance will be at hand. When this superb tract can be reached in twenty minutes from Market Street, what will be the value and the price of these lots?

Our one appeal has been: "Come See, That's All." Arguments are unnecessary. All we ask you to do is to visit Ingleside Terraces and judge for yourself. If you have any doubts as to the working result of a home in the locality you may ring any door bell and ask dwellers on the tract how they like it.

The color plates herein are from the new process actual photographs, not copying a fancifully painted landscape, but telling the truth, though somewhat inadequately. Sundial Brochure, Page 22

It is a double pleasure when success in a legitimate business enterprise also adds to the comfort and happiness of patrons. The directors take pleasure in seeing this beautiful spot appropriated by attractive homes. They have acted in good faith. All the work has been done on honor, and they feel sure that full equivalent has been rendered for every dollar paid in. Looking forward they see every lot occupied by an appropriate home and a great community of well-satisfied residents. May you be one of the fortunate group!

Beautiful homes, ranging from $6,000 to $20,000, ready for occupancy may be purchased now. Choice lots, graded and improved, ready for building, may be had, and houses to suit will be built to order on short notice. Payment may be made on very favorable terms

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