National Geographic : 1913 Jul
$10,000 Invested 3 in Sound Bonds S.at 5% Market cost about - - $9,440 Yearly income - - - - $500 Interest on bonds is ordinarily paid twice a year by In ten years, in means of coupons or certificates attached to the bond, terest received by which can be detached and deposited in any bank, or $50 cashed, exactly the same as a check or draft. coupon -- - --- , Beginning with small means $100, $500 or $1,000 - any investor may build a permanent yearly income from the purchase of sound bonds - bonds which represent a portion of a good mortgage secured upon thoroughly investigated properties. The present prices of investment securities offer opportunities afforded only at rare intervals. It is six years since bonds of equal soundness could be obtained at anything like present prices. Money rates are high- a condition invariably depressing the prices of all bonds; even the best. The intrinsic values of many j of these bonds have improved materially during this period of price depression. Earnings have increased, proving a healthy condi tion of properties mortgaged. Of first importance to the investor is the selection of the proper investment banker. Dealing in bonds is not only a business, it is a profession requiring sound judgment, expert knowledge and ripe experience. Record is the best proof of efficiency. We invite investigation of our business record. Our list of oferings, at current low prices sent upon request for CircularA.N.-.4 N. W. Halsey & Co. NEW YORK PHILADELPHIA CHICAGO SAN FRANCISCO 49 Wall St. 1421 Chestnut St. La Salle and Adams Sts, 424 California St. HALSEY & CO., Incorporated 55 Congress St., BOSTON LONDON GENEVA Morton Otis, Agt. Switzerland i "Mention the Geographic-It identifies you."