National Geographic : 1900 Jan
NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE. THE AMERICAN FORESTRY ASSOCIATION. ORGANIZED APRIL, 1882. INCORPORATED JANUARY, 1897. OFFICERS FOR 1899. President:Hon. JAMES WILSON, Secretary of Agriculture. First Vice-Pres.: Dr B. E. FERNOW. Vice-Pres.for District of Columbia: GEORGE W. MCLANAHAN. CorrespondingSec'y: F. H. NEWELL. RecordingSecretaryand Treasurer: GEORGE P. WHITTLESEY. The object of this Association is to promote : I.A more rational and conservative treatment of the forest resources of this continent. 2. The advancement of educational, legislative, and other measures tending to promote this object. 3. The diffusion of knowledge regarding the conservation, management, and renewal of forests, the methods of reforestation of waste lands, the proper utilization of forest products, the plant ing of trees for ornament, and cognate subjects of arboriculture. Owners of timber and woodlands are particularly invited to join the Association, as well as are all persons who are in sympathy with the objects herein set forth. Life Membership, $50. Annual Membership, $2.00. rTHE FO STE : THE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE F ESL R: THE AMERICAN FORESTRY ASSOCIATION. A monthly magazine devoted to ARBORICULTURE and FORESTRY, the care and use of forests and forest trees, and related subjects. Subscriptions, $1.00 a Year. (Furnished gratis to members of the Association.) Address all communications to Corcoran Building, Washington, D. C. HENRY ROMEIKE'S BUREAU OF PRESS CUTTINGS, iIo Fifth Avenue, New York, Reads every paper of importance published in the United States, and through its European agencies in London, Paris, Berlin, and Vienna every paper of importance published in Europe and the British Colonies. One subscription on any given sub ject will bring notices from the United States, and if desired also from the European papers. Write for terms. 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-W ear 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 W edding Gifts .. . 10th, 11th and FStreets, Washington, D.C. Please mention this Magazine when writing to advertisers.