National Geographic : 1900 Jun
NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE THE AMERICAN RE YOU POSTED ON FORESTRY ASSOCIATION. FORESTRY ? Organized April, 1882, Incorporated January, 1897. OFFICERS FOR 100: President:Hon. JAMES WILSON, Secretary of Agriculture. First Vice-Pres.: Dr. B . E . FERNOW. Vice-Pres.for Districtof Columbia: GEORGE W. MCLANAHAN. CorrespondingSec'y: F. H . NEWELL. Recording Secretary and Treasurer:GEORGE P. WHITTLESEY. The objects of this Association in conserving the forest wealth of the United States are detailed in a pamphlet which will be sent, together with a copy of The Forester, upon request. Patrons, $1oo. Life Membership, $50. Annual Membership, $2. To the Corresponding Secretary, American Forestry Association, APPLICATION FOR MEMBERSHIP. WASHINGTON, D. C. DEAR SIR: Please propose my name for membership in THE AMERICAN FORESTRY ASSOCIATION. (Signed) NAME------------------------------------ P. O. ADDRESS ---------------------------------- ALL MEMBERS RECEIVE THE FORESTER THE OFFICIAL MONTHLY MAGAZINE, Pertinent papers by forest experts, accurate descriptions of the forests by officials of the U. S. Government, scientific forestry at home and abroad, questions of lumbering, irrigation, water supply, sheep-grazing, and a keen summary of forest news. " ' The Forester'is devoted to the preservationof A mericanforests, which ought to enlistfor it the atten tion of every American patriot." -ChicagoAdvance. CORCORAN BUILDING, Washington, D. C. WOODWARD &LOTHROP invite attention to their selections and importations in desirable merchandise for the present season, comprising in part Paris and London Millinery, Silks, Velvets, High-class Dress Goods, Ready-to-Wear Outer Garments for Women, Girls and Boys, Hand-made Paris Lingerie, Corsets, Infants' Outfittings, Hosiery, Laces, Ribbons, Em broideries, Linens, Upholstery Goods, Books, Stationery, Card Engraving; also Paris, Vienna, and Berlin Novelties in Leather and Fancy Goods, Sterling Silver Articles, Lamps, Clocks, Bronzes, etc., for Wedding Gifts .... 10th, 11th and FStreets, Washington, D.C. Please mention this Magazine when writing to advertisers.