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       WHAT DO YOU KNOW ABOUT GETTING A FARM IN WISCONSIN?
   Have you heard of the virgin clay loam cut-over lands in UDper Wisconsin?
Reed
all these bulletins carefully and you will learn the true facts about this
country.   4
    Have you heard of the hundreds of new farmers who are moving onto this
land ea(hf
year? Read these booklets from cover to cover, not just looking at the pictures
al d
then dropping them, and you will find out the kind of farms these men are
getting.
    Have you heard of the famous National Land Colonizing Company? These
books
will tell you all about this great company, and its plan that offers you
a greater oppcr-
tunity than a U. S. Homestead.
    Do you want a fine farm for yourself?  These booklets will tell you how
you can
come to a happy neighborhood of progressing farmers and get a wonderful dairy
or
stock farm. You can get fine new buildings, a barn, some cows, and virgin
clay loam
land that will grow big bumper yields of all the money making general crops.
                        THE COMPANY AND THE LAND
    The National Land Colonizing Company is a large company organized to
give pLb-
. icity to Upper Wisconsin, to locate farmers on rich virgin lands in this
state, and o
furnish them with new buildings and some stock if they need this help in
getting startE i. 1
This company is capitalized at over $100,000.00, and has assets of over $300,000.00.
T e
main office of the company is in Madison, but you do not come here to see
the land. YCu
go to our field office in Upper Wisconsin, as explained in Bulletin No. 4,
if you want o
look over these farms to see if you want to pick one out for yourself.
              OVER A HUNDRED FARMERS LOCATED ALREADY
    This company has already located scores and scores of farmers on these
virg n
lands. Go to our lands in Upper Wisconsin and you can see over 150 of them.
The-
men are fine, progressing farmers, making good on their Ready-To-Start-Farms.
If yt Ui
come and see what these successful farmers have made in a year or two, and
see the
rich farms they now own, you will surely want to get one of these exceptional
far.s
for yourself.
                  THE MEN INTERESTED IN THIS COMPANY
    The men who have put their money into this work and made this plan of
farm Eet!
tlement possible will give the farmer some idea of the kind of a company
this is. Therse
men are giving this opportunity to farmers who come from outside Wisconsin
as w 1l
as from Wisconsin. Here are the names of just a few of the many men in this
large
Colonizing company.
    Prof. Truog, Head of the State Soils Laboratory; Prof. Sammis, professor
of DaieLi
Husbandry, U. of Wis.; Prof. Sommer, professor of Dairy Husbandry, U. of
Wis.: Prof.
Bewick, State Leader, Boys' and Girls' Clubs; A. R. Albert, Instructor in
Soils, U. of
Wis.; Prof. Graul, professor of Soils, U. of Wis.; Mr. Dunnewald, Fieldman,
State SfilI
Survey; John Callahan, State Supt. of Schools; Prof. Frost, Professor of
Agricultural
Bacteriology, U. of Wis.; Prof. Macklin, Professor of Agricultural Economics,
U. of Was.
              OUR IRON CLAD GUARANTEES THAT PROTECT YOU
    These bulletins are not exaggerated. The man who is looking for a farm
sees to
much get-rich-quick literature that he almost becomes afraid to go any place.
You caLU
feel assured that this literature gives the authentic facts. Read our wonderful
"I n-
crease in Value" guarantee on the back of bulletin number two. This
is the most Mw,
derful guarantee ever made to a farmer.
                       REFERENCES THAT PROTECT YOU
    Our best reference is to invite you to pay us a visit at our field offices
and see ouir
hundred and more settlers already located on their exceptionally good farms.
The next
best reference is the State Soils Laboratory at the University of Wisconsin
at Madiscn,
or the Department of Agriculture, State Capitol, Madison, Wisconsin.
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