Sam Butman May 31, 1907
Land!/ Land! Land! Land! The eas to inves come hi possiblj give attentj both lestfway to make money and the safest is Real Estate. The quickest way is to and look over our lists, but if this is not vrite, stating what you want, and will r correspondence prsonal and thorough We have some line offers to make tor ling and exchange Gardner, Nelson & Co AGENT8 FOR FARM, RANCH AND CITY PROPERTY. The experience of Samuel Butman of Nubia, in Taylor county is quite interesting from the fact that he has farmer on a large scale and been here many years. He came to the county twenty-six years ago from Maine and now owns 6,620 acres of land and the entire tract is at this time worth not less than >15.00 per acre. He says he planted, in 1906, 500 acres in cotton which yielded him a half bale to the acre. Hag raised maize, cane and Kaffir Kaffir corn with good success, and corn and oats do fine some years. Mr. Butman owns 800 head of cattle and twenty head of horses and mules. He owned none when he came to this country. He finds It a good hog growing growing country and says he has never had a disease among his herd of hogs. The mission of this paper Is to get the followers of all lawful and honest vocations to investigate the opportune ties of Taylor county and the Abllmi country. Ixx>k where the lines cross on ov cover page. Upon Investigation w believe you will find It a country i which you can better your preMi condition. If you are happy, prosperous aa satisfied with your present locatio we advise you to remain where y« are. If not investigate the opportun ties offered in the Abilene country. Abileuo boasts of being the edu« tional center of the West Thla something that every one is interest! in. Investigate the school advantage of Taylor County.