PAGE TWELVE MONDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1934 NOW TIME LETS GO! Better Housing Program-Sponsored By The V. S. Government Enables Property Owners To Finance, Repairs and Improvements At Lou) Cost! several years past, home/all over America have been steadily; going;'down 1 hill. Many prpperty owners have been 'unable to pay for nor* mal upkeep and repairs. A far greater number have delayed the lar^r improvements.which mean belter housing and' better living You, yoitf sfclf, are the best judge of whether your home^l'iould be more desirable with a new coat r pf paint, a new roof, additional plumbing, lighting fixtures or healing equipment. You know what would improve the appearance, rentabilily, live- abiiiiy and efficiency of your own home or business.'.: properly. . — **i Now is the time lo, make those improvements. The National Housing Act was designed to help you improve your property and increase its value 1 and usefulness. Through one of the simplest and most reasonable systems of financing ever devised, the Act makes it possible for you lo make delayed re* pairs and provide'belter surroundings for your family. If you have cash for property improvements, cash payment is, of course, the best method. The favorable time is now. If it seems more convenient to pay lor such work oul of your regular income, now is the prudent time to borrow - - either direct!v .> from your bank, building and loan association or •other institution co-operating with the Federal Housing Administration, or through your contractor or building supply dealer. ; -, . ! Full Information and Uteratureatanylojj the dealers listed below E. C. Robinson Lumber Co. ' ? The Plumber Arkmo Lumber Co. Walpole Hectric Shop East Arkansas Lumber^. Hubbard Furniture Co. MississippiCountyBuilding&LoanAss'n Chaf Simons Furniture Co. Hubbard Hardware Co.
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