THE AMERICAN FORESTRY ASSOCIATION
President. HON. JAMES WILSON
Secmary of Aricutuere
THOSE. WILL Seent
S11G Stm. N. W.
Talpho... Main 564 W shington, D. C..
February 13, 1908. 'A
Dear Sir: J
The Appalachian bill may soon be reached in committee. A
favorable report is essential. This requires a majority of the
members. Nearly one-half are apparently favorable; the others
are doubtful or opposed. Thus the measure trembles in the
.*Jr..* The Speaker's opposition is evidently diminishing. If the
bill is favorably reported he will probably permit it to come to
a vote. Now is the time for work. Every Senator and Represen-
tative, and especially every member of the House Committee on Agri-
culture, and the Speaker, should be flooded with letters, tele-
grams and memorials. Will you not do the following:
(1); Write Chairman Scott, other Agricultural Committeemen,
the Speaker, your Representative and Senators;
(2). Interest your newspapers to demand the passage of the
bill and to send marked copies to the Agricultural Committeemen
and to other Congressmen;
(3). Interest your Commercial and other organizations to
send resolutions to the Committeemen and other Congressmen, and I
to ask the members of these organizations to write them;
(4). Write, and induce others to write, (a) to the Seare-
tary of Agriculture for his recent Report on the Southern Appa-
lachian and White Mountain Watersheds, and (b) To the Chairman of
the House Committee on Agriculture for the Report of the Hearing
held on January 30th, on the Appalachian-White Mountain bill.
These documents are convincing; furthermore, wide demand for them
will show Congress that the country is aroused. They should,
therefore, be scattered broadcast.
Enclosed are (1) names of Congressmen, including Agricultural
Committeemen; (2) a copy of the bill--the Lever (H.R.10456) Currier
(H.R.10457) and Ga.llinper (S.2985) bills are practically identical
and thoroughly satisfactory; (3) a bulletin for newspaper use.
Every friend of the measure should be enlisted. Not a mo-
ment should be lost, and no effort spared to insure the passage
of this bill in this session.
Yours very truly,
HN T.. wlcxJ
Inmtl-rr, Wilrcx & (QI.
INVESTMENTS 10o SOUTH END STRiaT-m-FT DOo .UT.H.9, J rFI1C INSURANCE
BONDING. .' .. oCE PHONE Bl RENTALS
NORTH YAKIMA. WASH.. Mar 10 1909
Prof Thomas 36l ill
washingtoa C. .
taur letter came to hand in due time. I shall be gld
to receive escpy of your magazine, containing the article to
which you refer. I think you are eminently fitted for the work to
which they have assigned you.
In regard to writing an article for your paper, I shall be very
glad to do so, and I think I could do so with statistical and
personal information. I have traveled nearly all over this state
and have a personal knowledge of most of the irrigated districts.
, Now in regard to the best place to settle, I chose North Y-kina
| because I believed thil .vicinity better, all things considered
thn a'. other. As compared with Wenatbhee, It is not better in
q ltyr but it it atei and It equally as goo4. You knew we
used to teach that land had the following values viz; 1 Productive,
2 Nearness to mr ket; 3 Social, or the desirability of the social
environment; 4 Esthetic, or the beauty of the situation.
Tow in regard to this country, it is the equal of any and further
the City of North Yakima is so situated geographically, that
several large valleys that are irrigated, and rapidly developing,
are bound to pour heir wealth into it. The Naches, is as large as
Hood River Oregon; the Ahtanum is as large as Wenatcbee; the Selah
Wenae and Moxee have each and every one territories almost as large
as the others named and have no other outlet for their trade except
the City of North Yakima. Then there is the Indian Reservation
;^raply ne settling ip and is adjacent to this place although not
CRANVILLE LOWTHER T. 8. JOHNSON
H rt WILCOX
Iowther. Wilrox & 1on.
INVESTMENTS 10o SOUTH NDO ETRIET-FIRBT DOOR SOUTH Or POsTOrFICE INSURANCE
BONDING OPFrCE PHONE B1i RENTALS
NORTH YAKIMA. WASH..
henmadl a. so that its trade could go no where else; yet by the a
attftV$rve pner which a larger town and a county seat town has
over a smaller town, will draw a great deal of its trqde. I figure
therefore, that North Yakima, will in ten years, be a town of
New in regard to what it will take to keep a family in comfort.
Five acres of 1 ;nd is enough. Five acres will yield as much as
160 in the middle states, or as much as 320 in the eastern states.
We will receive any where from 4300 to 1.000 per acre net profits
on the best varieties of fruits. In fact, there are a few men
here with only one acre, who claim they are making more off their
land, than the average family of the United States has as an income.
You can see that with these conditions, the population of the
country would become dense. I wish we might work up a project to
have a colony settlement of congenial persons, to settle under the
Tieten irrigating project which the Government is building.
There is now a colony of persons from New York, buying land and
improving it. Among them are Arthur Henry of Barnes and Sons,
Ida M. Tarbell, tVie Cashier of the Chemical National bank, Louis
Pohl the artist Architect and others. Now just what they will do with
an orchard, practically, no one knows; except that they will hire
some one to superintend the work and they reap the profits; but
they have investigated, and concluded it would be a good investment
and a pleasant place to live for a part of each year,
I will send you any literature we may have from time to time, and
any other questions you may ask, I will be glad to answer if I can.
H. H. WILCOX
tmowtlr. Wilmox & QMn.
106 SOUTH 2ND STRIET-FIRST DOOR SOUTH OF POSTOFFIC9
OFFICE PHONE Sltt
NORTH YAKIMA, WASH..
I think I can answer them in the article that you ask me to
prepare. At least I can answer some of the.
My regards to Mrs Will and the children.
I am Truly Yours /7
T S. JOHS3ON
121 West 42nd Street
New York,_ March 22. 1800.___
MP. Thomas E. W7ill
417 Third Street, N4,W.
Washington, ., '.
After serious coonaidiaston of your proposition
to write a series, of art4teol on banking and currency
monopolies in the United States, we bav -Col to the con-
clusion that we cannot use such a series. Owing to the
pressure e we wish to make on present reforms. it is not
deemed the wisest thing to attempt so monumental a Rer-
ies as the history proposed. Threfore, we ure returning
to you the several enclosures that accompanied your let-
ter, and beg to thank you for your induleenc. in allow-
Ing us to keep then so log. We had hoped to have giver.
pt e answer much earlier.
Yqurp very trulyj
WTCSDZ'S aLf lINE:,
Enclosures under separate cover
Syllabus of Demonetization of Silver
Outlines of the Financial History of the United Otatee
The National Ranking Trust
lxtraots from the "Canipaign Forum"
Eligabnt 3. lBaker
Kansas C ill- 5/1/09...-
Everglade Land Sales Company,
Kansas City, Mo.
I enclose you herewith my contract for a
ten'acre tract of your muckland.
I already own 10 acres of muckland, three
miles out of Dania, Florida. I rent my land at $15.00
per acre per year, to vegetable farmers. It is ne-w lad,
having been ditched or drained only six months.
The renters raise egg-plant, okra, peppers, lettuce,
and tomatoes, in the early fall, winter and early spring.
They make from $200Qto $300 off their lettuce, egg-plant,
okra and peppers, and from $l0L-to-U41OO per acre off
tomatoes; the latter being considered the best, cr9p.
My renters tell me there is enormous profit
in the raising of vegetables, and that poor negroes and
crackers pile up small fortunes in raising vegetables
for the northern markets. There is a great deal of poor
farming done in tnat section of the country by such
people, but nature is so lavish in her gifts, that they
succeed regardless of slovenly farming method.
Yours very truly,
c^^\fc jf Sltk~
PARIS OH EMNIT'Z YOKOHAMA
as RU on HAUTEVIL-L-a 51 PO.ITTR'AI SU NUMBsee 28
Win .3twne^ itonz ompmni
5oston July , isoo.
My Dear Mr. U111,
The most important boek on Welfare work in indus-
trial coneerns is the one Gulled Besial Magineerige It is published
I think by the Mluniipal Journale It was issued by Dostor Tolman
whose address is the Amerisan Instituts for Soioal Berrice 287 Fourth
Avenue, New York Citye I enclose a little leaflet about our own
work. The demooati features in our work differentate us from
other welfare enterprises and haveo eaued Iunh adverse eriticim from
people who don't believe in demooray, particularly the Welfare Do-
partment in the National Civic Federation*
You can doubtless get omr valuable information
from theme The Director is Miss Gertrude Beekso
I recently had a letter from Mr. C. H. Ingersoll, inquiring
about profit-sharing* If you are looking for onmsthing of this sort
why don't you write to him and perhaps he would be glad to have your
help in organizing such a line of work for his people.
Anything I scn do for you will be cheerfully granted.
,- -. _
iMr Thomas No Will, Supervisor of iployesnto
1417 0. St., N.*W,
J. H RALSTON.
H. T.W1NF ILO.
RALSTONSIDDONS & RICHARDSON.
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lioon AXN .lon Pr.nTI o A ShPucIAter .
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iiami, Fla., October 81, 1900.
Evrglade Land Bales Company,
Kansas City, Mo.
In answer to your letter of Ootober 10th, I will state that I have boen long
outspoken in my support of the drainage of the Iverglades. This is now, and han been
for some time past, an assured fact, it being now a smtple problem of digging.
Opposition, fostered by many oasaes, it rapidly disappearing. In fact,
many formerly most bitter against it are now anxious. for and aiding it, as they more
fully realize the possibilities of the immensely fertile region and the benefit whioh
will arise to Miaai and Florida from its development.
The possibilities of the rerrglades agtoulturally are boundlesss, T.ai
muok soil is admitted among the richest soils in the wprld, and will grow talost iany-
thing in great quantities truck of all sorts, sugar oane, rioe and fruti (, iufiiag
many varieties praotioally unknown in the North) these are a few of. prs thdi with
which we expect to see the Glades covered in the next few years. Vitr the inooidi
of an industrious, intelligent olass from the North, it does not require the eyq i a
seer to perceive Miami a large oity an agricultural kingdom at her baok a steraahip ,
lines north and south a canal across the State from Atlantio to the Gulf; a rai*oad
aorors the Glades. These things will all come. .
On the Glade land, with a little intelligence and application, a man may get
larger returns on less capital than in any business that I know of anywhere. A truck
farm or a grove hand le ooopetently will net a man a splendid inoose, and i this..
seotion, as far as possibilities go, the surface has not yet ovea bhen hatched. "
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." 'MAIC C BUILDING,
fl 1>F i. A 'p / H CHICAGO,
WILUIB P. IMUNOCR
KANSAS4 CITY MO. 2/15/10.
SDr. Thomas Elmer Will,
c/o Conservation, Washington, D. C.
Dear Dr. Will:
Would you object to incorporating the
rndlosed interView in the form of a letter and granting
us the privilege to use it as a testimonial' '.'e have
quite a number of such letters, several from Ex- Gov.
Broward, and other prominent people.
If you can acomodate us in this manner
it will be greatly appreciated.
Thanking you in advance for any favor,
Yours very truly,
EVERG LAE TA,'
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February 21, 1910.
Xr. P. S. Delan# President,
Everglade Land Sales Company,
Kansas Cit3, .ip.souri.
The Interview F -gave the young reporter was so
mangled as to be of alight value. I enclose copy ofletter
I wrote February 8th to '.:r. '. J. Bryant. I Ea. Ell'inr you.
.houldnuee it if you like. Ifj, h'rievnr, tIhe address detracts
from its value for you, 1 -Hill. write you another letter.
Very trul.:- yqourn,
p- MAJESTrC UILDuING. nan Mc0ross
9' CHICAGO, PHIUP S.DCLANY.
*4 HNMENRY 0 RAL.rON
V W. Ei LM.
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RLONO !DNHIOI, M
KANSAS CITY MO. 2/25/10.
Mr. Thos. E. Will,
Washingtot, D. 0.
Dear Mr. Will:
I an in receipt of yours of the 21st enclosing th
letter which you wrote to H. J. Bryant. With your ooaent we
are having copies of these Frinted on your letter bead, for use
in connection with the sale of rverglade land.
We thank you very noh for this favor and we b"p
some day to have the opportunity of no irrooating.
Again thanking you, I am,
Yoara very "
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/ncil.'/nvm. (rArsfvwr-*,,wawssw INTIXI' & PEAMKZlT NTM.,
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July 12, 1910.
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firdt I..cct '" T.ccr rrtord, .' ait t! tI-. u -
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ofer of 3u'.acrlption for thi-ee Aq-:-rea t3.: ea-Cl ;-eraorn j .Co
is to be a Director who is rot ar. Inco.Torator. The
writer wil1 act ;3 t .e : '.enrt Director :o" the co.r ar.y
"o0. 3---". -'.Tomas E. Will.
a at..tutory Fro"'.l:ir., if you desire .irr. to .o so.
"e .la, enclr e forr. of By-L 's, -'ic
k ii.ly fill up the "1la.ks r1azti.' to t.pe me i-.g of
Stork'.l er ar.d Directcr., ar.r.'ual meee'ir.J ar. I fiscal
year, We alao er.clode a. c.r; of t. Co i rort ion La'
:.a t'e se'erenth edit'ro of, "Toirtera,"
Trusting t.c vave will Le satisaactcry',
ar.d that the rarerz will arrive ir. t!. e for "rour re-
- irerenta, "7e are
7"ery truly yur:-,
TLA-Ar- .":ST f -'rT A"".
nhc. e "ecrear:.
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Mr ..Harq ry DTavis,
Dalaware rust Co., -
Yours at 7/2o reed. I greatly
appreciate its ifuess and alearness.
As to the "2/3 provisions of see. Ij.The clause
says, "Atual capital paid in -ash or ro erty*.Your intyp
pretati n.i os it possible to issue sook not
only-for oash andproperty Wt alo fo ioes ,ave
the Stelaware oourt stain ed this more l)eral inter-
pretktton9Tf so, out problem is slsplitied.
The charter clause you enclose regarding voting
power \of stock oow se the case eaetly.If under this
provisaon,the common stock oan be issued for services
renderedand not simply for oash or property, the end
sought here can readily be attained. Ihis ahartnr clause
does not, I understand, require a "voting trust".
As a alternatiTe to a stook oompanya syndloate
or company is alsO begin considered whlioh, instead of
selllnr stookb would sell bonds.The Oaloonahatohee giver
Grape ruit Coor mgnize. Dee. 28,1909, under the laws
of D)ela3areand operating here,has a plan whidh might be
followed. Ycu ate probably familiar with the organsa-
ation.of thip oempany. Oan :-od sep.ue euoch Soras as will
evab ti u to study this plan oaf oirg;niatnon?
.vain see that the Oaloomahatchee plan by securing
itlsj o bond with.t- aore 'of latndr.tght sell bonds more
easily than it could sell stookl also, that the promot-
ers are sooure of control for four years.Otherwise,
what advantage has either plan over the-other?
we have some good buyers in sight henoe, I hope
we may be able to organize soon.we desire, however, to
avoid.. mista kes. "
S, Very Truly Yours,
.. TITLES TO RF. ESTATE GUARANTEED TRUSTS EXECUTED CORPORATIONS ORGANIZED AND REGISTERED
/// /// '/ f-
July 30, 1910.
Ir. Thomas C. Till,
1211 Pennsylvania Avenue, N.V.,
Washington, D. C.
Your favor of the 18th instant received
and contents noted.
We will reply to your inquiries in order:-
1. We understand that it is pro-
posed to have preferred stock
which stock is to receive eight
per oentum (8%) cumulative divi-
dends. In other words, cumulative
means that if eight per oentua (8O)
is not earned and paid this year,
the future earnings must apply to
Sthe preferred took until eight
per oentum (86) has been paid for
the year. That is if you earn
six per centua (81) the first year
and pay six per centum (6%), there
would be an aqorued charge of two
per oentum (3%) on nest year's
earnings, and you would have to
pay ten per centum (10%) to the
Preferred Stockholders before any
money would be applied to any divi-
dends of the cormoon stock. The
Superior Court in this State held
No. 2---Mr. Thomas C. Will.
in the case of Brooks et al, that
under Section 13, the power to
vote could be restricted to the
common stock if suitable provision
was made in the Charter and By-Laws.
It is customary to state among other
things that the preferred stock shall
have no voting power, suob power being
exclusively in the common stock
a. The statute provides that for every
two shares of preferred stock issued,
one share must be issued of oosmon
stock. Stock can be issued for prop-
erty, leases, real estate, servioee,
cash or any other commodities that
have a cash selling value. The statute
does not recognize any difference in
the stock issued for property or cash.
Preferred ard common stock oan be
issued for cash or for property. In
other words, you oould authorize the
entire issue of stock of $100,000,
common and preferred, for the property
if in the judgment of the Board of
Directors the property was of the
value stated, and there was no fraud
in the transaction.
3. It is customary to adopt a resolution
by the Board of Directors, placing a
value upon the property and to authorize
stock to be issued for same. If there
is no fraud in the valuation the stock
so issued has been held to be full paid
stock. It is customary to have the
Vendor make an order in writing,
authorizing the thousand dollars sub-
soribed for by the Inoorporators to be
No, 3---Mr. Thomas C. Will.
issued to then from his holdings.
It is also customary to have an
agreement with the Vendor whereby
he offers to place in the hands of
a Trustee, a certain amount of the
stock received by his, such stock
to be sold for development purposes,
the proceeds to be turned over to
4. There is nothing in the Delaware
Statute to present a voting trust,
whereby all the common stock would
be placed in the hands of a Trustee
to be held according to the texms
of the trust. This is a matter that
would have to be drafted under very
careful legal aubervision.
7 5. We believe the methods sgested as
to the control of the common stock,
is one that should be satisfactory.
As stated all such agreements and
voting trnrtf aset-bn prepared under
careful legal supervision.
6. We know of no way of changing the
manner of issuing stock for property
except as outlined in the first part
of this letter. The fact that you
pay a smaller sum than the amount of
stook issued for the Troperty, need
not necessarily mean that there ia
fraud in the transaotton, as the
property may be of more value follow-
ing proper development.
As requested, we have drafted a new fourth
No. 4---Mr. Thomas C. Til1.
section, covering the common and referred took,
which is to be substituted for the one in the charter
heretofore sent you.
You mast opWlete this fourth section by in-
serting the par value of the shares, as we do not have
this information. The stock, of course, subscribed in
the charter, will be common stock.
If we are to supply the Incorporators we must
subscribe for sufficient stock to enable us to transfer
three shares to each person who is to be elected a
Director, who la not a Incorporator.
Trusting the above will be saitsfaotory, we
Very truly yours,
DtLAWAR" THlUT COPAWT.
Diot. TRD-NUS. /
- WARD T. GAXYPanssmnr
.. I..x SrI8 ,V.PnRIa(.KiL COr~NEL
CAPITAL PAID IN $ 100.000.
SURPLUS $ 100.000.
L.am W. J)LAS. isr~ cTAHN
HWU.IAL 1 G.TAYLOW.rTAmnirmKn
N.E.CONIWERI INNI' ll i *I AHIT WI'.,
WIUiIINGWTON'E IDB L.
July 28, 1910.
TTLE INSURANO REAL ES1
Mr. Thomas 1. Will,
1211 Pennsylvania Avenue, WN..
Waebington, D. C.
Your favor of the 20th instant received,
and we will endeavor to answer your further inquiries
As stated heretofore, the statute does not
recognize any difference in stock whether issued for
cash, property, oontracts, leases, services or cther
valuable consideration. It is requiretithat whatever
is taken over for an issue of stock must be at a fair
valuation and by resolution of the Board of Directors.
Suoh valuation, as stated heretofore, in the absence
of fraud, should be final and oonolusive. A great
many companies organized here have issued stock for
services rendered. Services, of course are intangible
and it is sometimes difficult to determine the value
No. ---Mr. Thomas I. Will.
of such services. As far as we know our Oourts
here have not acted upon the question of issuing stock
for services, as we do not know of a oase being brought
before the courts.
We know of a number of oases where companies
have been organized and the common stock issued for
property, services, etc. As stated, the services must
have been rendered ,and a proper valuation placed upon
them by the Board of Directors.
The courts have passed upon the question of
restricting the voting rights to the common stock in
the case of George Brooks et al. The court held in
the opinion quoted above that they knew of no statute
to prevent a provision being inserted in the charter
restricting the voting power to the common stock.
The section given in the charter which we prepared for
you contains the exact language of the court.
te are not familiar with the Bonds issued by
the company, which you quote, but assume that they are
No. 3---Mr. Thomas E. Will.
very auch like the INTEYRATIONAL LIMBER AND DEVFLOP-
MENT COMPANY, CAMPECHE LUMBER AND DEVFLOPMr'T COMPANY,
and others which we organized, and thrse selling stock
under contract and the installment plan. We do not
have copies of the form of contract of either of the
From our experience, we think it much better
to have a straight sale of stock if possible, and
Trusting this additional information will
enable you to complete the matter, we are
Very truly yours,
DELAWARE TRUST COMPANY.
Dit. rs. .,I'
Leavenworth, Kansas, .
August llth, 1910
Mr. Thomas E. 'Till,
The writer has been selling lands for the Florda Everglades
Land Company and has made liberal use of your splendid letter sent out
in their literature. The sale of the above mentioned lards is just
drawings to a close and I have secured the General Agency for the lands
of Mr. Richard J. Bolles. These lands are the alternate sections lying
in a body with the holdings of the Florida .verFlades Land Coumany
South of Lake Okeechobee. The task of preparing lIteralfre for the
sale of these lands falls on me and if convenient would be pleoaod to
have you write me a letter setting forth your improessirn and apprecin-
tion of these lands since the present stage of dovelopemont has boon
reached. If you address me personally in this matter, please a2eo my .4
address road Kansas City, Missouri, as I will be located there as -oon
as my literature is prepared.
Thanking you in anticipation of your reply, I bor to ronnin
Yours very tr'ly,
Address 320 Fourth Ave.,
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taE*ARD T. GARwB, PmmaIWT
..ERanES SXmaIrT ,..PELA CO-NEL.-
CAPITAL PAID IN 100.000.
SURPLUS $ 100,000.
HlAgi W. DAniS. E r.HETARY
WIBJAM (G.Twryw .TKRAMn-tE
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wILMAINI.ro41I)DOL. September 14, 191u.
Trr INSUMoA RMAL .Vnw
Mr. Thomas & Will,
#1211 Penna. Ave., 1 .W.,
Dear iir -
We wrote you on July 18th, and
furnished information in connection with the
organization of a company under the laws of
this State. We also sent you a copy of the
Law, Pointers, Forms, Charter and an BEti-
mate, which papers we trust reached you
promptly and gave the desired information. If
there are any details to be worked out, we
will be glad to hear from you and to go into
the matter further-
Awaiting your reply which will
have prompt attention, we are,
Very truly yours,
DELAWARE TRUST OuMPANY.
09/ 9/ '
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