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$1500 a Year for Life

Five shares in the creat commercial rubber orchard of the Conservative Rubber Production Company should, at maturity, yield you a sure and certain income of 11500 a year. No large cash payment down is required to secure them as they can be paid for as follows ■ 825.00 a month for the first year; $30.00 a month for the second year; $15.00 a month for the four succeeding years; then (20.00 a month the last year—making $1500 in seven years which covers the entire cost.

One or more shares are sold at a proportional rate.

The income derived from trees during the seven-year development period should average 25% on the money invested; then $1500 a year for life. This most conservative estimate is based upon government reports of the United States and Great Britain, the most reliable sources of information in the world. v *" On our splendid estate of 12,000 acres in tropical Mexico, we are changing the

production of crude rubber from the primitive and destructive methods hitherto emi>'oye<^ ky the natives to the most scientific and successful plan known to modern forestry, 'iw^r and under Anglo-Saxon supervision.

tjjftg. There is nothing speculative about crude rubber. It can be sold every day in the year in

„jjg any market in the world at a price that has been steadily increasing for years. For a quarter of

7s a century the world s supply has been spoken for months before it reached the civilized market.

v The price has doubled in a decade, and the question of future supply is of vast moment and can

only be solved by the scientific cultivation of the rubber tree.

We are now engaged in this new and immensely profitable industry on a large scale, and the unusual opportunity is open to you to secure shares in our plantation. Each share represents an undivided interest in all our land—6000 acres of which is being planted to rubber, and what has already been accomplished assures the success of the enterprise.

Every possible safeguard surrounds the investor. These safeguards are embodied in the contracts which provide that you are to pay no taxes, no salaries, no fines or assessments, and payments will be suspended for three months without prejudice and maybe made up at any time during the seven years.

Our literature gives conclusive facts, logical figures, and definite reference as to our Integrity ana responsibility, and proves that our proposition is bona fide, safe and enormously profitable. Such an investment insutes the absolute safety of your future and comfort in old age. Our booklet "Money Making; Opportunities of Mexico '* proves that our statements are absolutely correct. The Company is divided into only 6,000 shares which are being rapidly taken—over 900 people having already become associated with us.

Write to ua and we will furnish you with facta that will put you in close touch with every d stall of our plan.
Oui literature 1b Sent Free, and every request for It will receive Immediate attention. Write for It to-day.

Conservative Rubber Production Company Ili KSS^cSSS


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