National Geographic : 1926 Sep
AgL ... mr« , 'i .. ~ .. 1;I No long aONE CROP"Country Don't think of the great prosperous terri tory served by this Railroad in terms of cot ton only-the L. & N. -served South has di versified in both agriculture and business. Dairy farming, fruit growing, poultry rais ing and truck gardening have taken impor tant positions in farm life; while plentiful and economical hydro-electric power is running more new manufacturing plants than have ever located in any one section of the country, in so short a space of time. The L. & N.-s erved South holds splendid opportunities for the ambitious man or woman who is seeking a place to live and to prosper-a place where good climate, good schools, good roads and low living LOUISVILLE & NAS costs make home life attractive-a place where competition is less keen, there is more to be done and the future is brighter. This Railroad offers no land for sale and cannot undertake to find employment for the readers of this magazine, but it will, without charge, gladly furnish full particu lars about any section, rural or urban shown on the above map. Address R. D . Pusey, General Passenger Agt. Room 303, L. & N. R. R., Ninth L Broadway, Louisville, Ky. RAI LROAD } Y -1 8p r i 'i StW j| ;;^-. *^ 3^ *,>"*!i,* -* "^a ^ ,*, '""