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Group Title: Florida farms at Lawtey, Florida, 35 miles south of Jacksonville and Campville, Florida, 60 miles south of Jacksonville, : the home of athe early strawberry and pecan.
Title: Florida farms at Lawtey, Florida, 35 miles south of Jacksonville and Campville, Florida, 60 miles south of Jacksonville
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Title: Florida farms at Lawtey, Florida, 35 miles south of Jacksonville and Campville, Florida, 60 miles south of Jacksonville the home of athe early strawberry and pecan
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Language: English
Creator: Raley-Hamby company -- Jacksonville
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Place of Publication: Jacksonville
Publication Date: [1910]
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Table of Contents
    Title Page
        Page 1
    Not a colonization scheme
        Page 2
        Page 3
        Page 4
        Page 5
        Page 6
    How does this strike you? - Pecans
        Page 7
        Page 8
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        Page 10
        Page 11
        Page 12
        Page 13
        Page 14
        Page 15
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    Our proposition
        Page 18
        Page 19
    Just a word about Campville
        Page 20
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FLORIDA FARMS
















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LAWTEY, FLORIDA
35 MILES SOUTH OF JACKSONVILLE
AND
CAMPVILLE, FLORIDA
60 MILES SOUTH OF JACKSONVILLE


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NOT A COLONIZATION SCHEME

N offering these fertile lands for sale, we
wish it dis/inct/l understood that zwe did
not buiy a large trac/ of cheap land, and are
offering all kinds of inducements to find
purchasers and have them improve tijis land
and build up a community for themselves.

N OT S). II'e bought a few thousand acres
at Lawtey and Camlville, because they
are among the best lands we have been able
to find after going the length and breadth of
the State and after examining over 600,000
acres of Florida land. These lands cost us
more than we have ever sold lands in large
tracts for. The reason we Paid the price is
because we wanted the best at any price. IIe
are not "talking big"' about our lands, hop-
ing you will purchase from our catalog, for
'we mnuch prefer ezer) burer to inspect before
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\\e have nmntinind onol a femw Wi the old staple crops, but we would not
have ?uUi upp. c that our lands would not respond to the intensive cultivation
emp lyei in other part ofi Florida and xield the same returns. Cauliflower,
lettuce, t'miatn e. beian-, Bierniuda nnioni etc, will grow and yield a, hand-nle
return.- on ur land at Lawtey and Canlpville as on any other land in the South
Think ouer tinh
5 acres iin tr;awlb rri at $250T.( per acre..... ..... ... 1, 25I0ll
? acres in cane at S225t per a re .......... 1.1 .
5 acr in -w\ v p'oat i e at $100(X) per acre. .... 501.0(
5 acre- in e.rni, hay, iean, at $ OIX) per acre .. 411 i
i a r iin 1 iT staple o 't. 'ni at $80.00 per acre. it)OIi

25 $4,275 5X
*Sw'xee: p 'tat'm- planted i n land used bi straw iernei
There is nstl'in. LxagLcrated ahliut this. Thi- l no,, fairy story. It > 'inid'.
what iK done vyar aiter year by the hioni people, inli a> a rule tii naliv Hhlridiani
colltelnts hlinl lf \ wi t i onle acre in e iach crop instead iof :iv anilld ':- 'ily ,ne
fifti the reiturin
'lverythlin you ii ay pr dance il the line of pi.ultry i.r dairy pri.A ct- "ill
id a ready sale in :he 1 'al niarket < Jack millc a ne at flnct IrI Jack-
o ville hai 70,001) pi ople t., 'ed: he sends 90 to P 1 i0 nih] fr. ni ]iinmi fi.r the
ab,'ve nancd nec'i"-- I 3l t, 45 cents a do/i l ul- ,3 ll a p ndi ,
milk 12- cCent- a (qli:it i these are t-oday's qi lta;lnI11 t, 1i. r 2-, 1910 and they
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GENVTI- M., N .
RIepGYIvM o y .' .';.' df T e will at t:at I hi c h fl ed i1 I ~ e y 1i 1
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HOW DOES THIS STRIKE YOU?
/r, mt 'h ,ta kr (B/ ad,', rd ( ,iuno 7T/I raph
lhat farming in Bradford County is a paying bsi h neiV is amply demonstrated
by the experience f t ienry .\ Abrihannm wh, lives one and one half niles west
,f Iawtev. For the year ending with the strawberry season (July. 1910 -:::
cloed. A.brahamn kept close account of hi, farming operations and the igures
,how that he ,, frm a one-horse farm $2,765 62 worth of strawherries and
other farm pr, duct"


PECANS
Lti \, ii cier regarded Florida as a pecan State, and do ,< % knew i a
l, can l r.\\ t, pirfictil n at LIa\itty ind Campl l le?.
IIere ;r e t, C fa t< taken frl Tm autho ritie :
A.\ lu i,!il p ican tree in thc tenth l car will xield 4i ~ to b ) pnd< f nui :
tk nity v rce< can lie lain:i to tle acre- Ihiere i ) t, 1,2(0 p und- f :luts per
ic i th lenth ci r. 1l ;l;rthe luddi d pecan 35 cents a, poun1d i :n c :-'i rva:'
tamre- 2 i $4.2000 per acre Fifteenth year, $S7?'l S1.I101 atn a,-. '.,1- :Ie
% i!ld I n :it ni 11 t1 i inrca,- \\r nT u' f, r further it:i. r:na'r n c. :wn r-:ni:: pc
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u can ncI ( i N a l; 11 crc pCean orchard, U 1in i \ ]r f i .*] r, -
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1i.-.,d, l p,,u ,d- ,,f nt:: t;,l (< I frd r .m1 a 2 .icre rchard, and h p : ,
p.r, ly eI atla reil h I \-xriter pai 1r %. i r r p S2um Ift Campr illi p1i :n i o
.::t- p,,ound -i c 'i e excellent quialits ra-ed in timh loca v I e-e n ':s
Snd lr : ,t tleyV rim 4-50 pt)Iulnd Your':pr pe;'] : 1la
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Nov. 4th., 1910.



TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: -

I take pleasure in stating that I have known
personally in a very intimate way for a number of years,
Raley-Ramby Company, of which Mr. Martin V. Rlley is Presi-
dent. They are among our most valued citizens, thoroughly
progressive and responsible, and any statement made by them, I
am sure will be worthy of confidence.

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Nov. 4th., 1910.



TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: -

I take pleasure in stating that I have known
personally in a very intimate way for a number of years,
Raley-Ramby Company, of which Mr. Martin V. Raley is Presi-
dent. They are among our most valued citizens, thoroughly
progressive and responsible, and any statement made by there, I
am sure will be worthy of confidence.

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9049

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JACKSONVILLE. FLA



November 4th, 1910.





TO WHOU IT UAY CONCR.cI:


Tnh Raley-lianby Company, neal Estate

Dealers of this City, have for a long time been highly valued

customers of this bank.

Their dealings with us have been entirely

satisfactory, and we regard them as being high-toned,

responsible gentlemen: They have handled a great many

important real estate transactions in this City, and

we have never heard their integrity questioned.

Yours very truly,





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RN1ia- i why I u -Ih iuld I 'uy a Farm .I I. .i\\N: r :l a \ili 'i r:'I .
I The weather permit yHu tii wx'rk ex -ry I1 in t;e year
2 CrLps gr,, every innr th.
3 F1,ur difTerent crps can lie rai-ed n the -ame land during 'the \ear
4 ( ur lands will produced cvcry kind ,if \cg tah I hac -t r ed i;n ,;i .uI
5 Northern c(nn1i-iu ii im n are i n the hc p t t(, il'v i(r ca-li
0I \n acre "i land, y planting: nm t1 three cr' p- during h: iar x11\
ielid t thie %alue i f ?$3I11 () t $5(X)(X) a year
7 () wii thle nearine- i LawtcI and CamiTpxle ii iack- 'nxll]. ;'i"\
price- cain e i cured fH r product, and cheap freight and cxpre- ral te- im :mne
\ e arc 12 t,, 24 hliur- nearer thI northern market- than many ptin:- iar ti
,utlh that iare hipping it, ni rthcrn market- I I Fright t. Jack-,nvillt. crIa <- 1x
Iarrel.- 2 lc IFrm Jack-inx ile t, New \Y'rk. cr:at 43c: arcl-.
s -A o-clrei tnrm ii makc you independent A l-aicre farm. if 1 iked
ftecr car, fully will tarn fi r yi u frnm $2,fX)(00 up
9 \\v li wNirk fi.r thlie other iman at $2 00) t, $4 (X a day. when i yu cI '),Imx
a farm in tlie "I-nd ,f Plenty" and lie healtliy and happt and we;ll'by
11. Hear thii in inind I If : II ne\ r see y inr land, any I 1t f H. la' n i i r
which yVu pay tladay $2111 ti $S2500. will he in demand 3 t, 4 xear- irm f :*.w
at $50(00 tl, S7?0() an acre Y,>u can't lose.
11. Jump (>n thi train and c(,mc down and -c fi r xlurelf V\'. ha.c 1n1I
1 2ii t li conceCal a o cI) t iur land.
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cust3aers of t-is bank.

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satsfi-o tory, and we regard them as bPng high-toned,

responsible gontleen: They have handled a great many

i-pcrtant real estate transactions in this City, and

we have never neard tneir integrity q.e6tione1.

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OUR PROPOSITION
If -yo U cann,: make the trip to inspect our land<, we will per nnally select a
ifarn f 10 acres or up for you. Lawtey Farms, price $22.50 per acre
TF.RNfS-S250 cash Idown per acre. $1 00 per month per acre. No interest
cha.rged on amount due \\ e pay taxes until we give a deed. \\e give a Warranty
I )eed
A 10 acre tract at Lawtey will cost vut $225 00 and can he bought by remitting
2.? W) cash aln paying $1000 a mn nth for twenty months A ten per cent. discount
aMl, wed for cash.
R FFEiR Ns T .-Tle Barnett National Bank, Jacksonville, Fla : The Florida
";ati ral Bank, Jacksnvillel, Fla ; The Jacksonville Board of Trade, Jackson
ll,. Fla i .n In. F Iforr, 1'. S. Marshal, Jacksonville, Fla : IHon W im S.
Jorlan, Mayor, Jacksonville, Fla


CLIP OUT THIS COUPON AND MAIL WITH
YOUR MONEY ORDER
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:2 '. !; Strect, facksonvzille Fla.
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$'r< in a r, pr r m n th .' .ha, i'i;, is ti be miad bly y u for intoiest on amounts
due, and I am P I t to hc ha'ced : ith an, laxes until I have rc cied a dccd. Y'u
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Campville Brick Co.
J. A. MA'LTSBY

BUILDING AND FIRE BRICK


Camprill.e Fla. 11/1/1910.



Messrs. Raley-Hamby Co.,

Jacksonville, Fla.
Oentlemen:-

I have yours requesting me to advise you of my
personal experience as to the fertility of the lands in this
section. With usual intelligent treatment the productive-
ness is remarkable. I have grown P50 bushels of sweet po-
tatoes per acre, worth fifty cents per bushel: 500 gallons of
syrup per acre, worth forty to fifty cents per gallon: 2 to
2-1/2 tons of hay per acre worth *16.00 to $18.00 Der ton.
Corn is easily grown and yields well; 30 to 40 bushels is
often made. Oate do well, and from the same land the hay
crop can be made after the oat crop is cut. Sea Island or
long staple cotton does as well here as at any place in the
South. The writer took the premium at the State fair for
the largest growth of stalks. Vegetables of all kinds do well
here. The various crops have only to be planted and pro-
perly cultivated to insure a good yield. The pecan industry
is being developed and the results are entirely satisfactory.
Our olay subsoll is the kind of soil in which a pecan tree
does best, and as this section is almost entirely a clay sub-
soil we look for large results from this source.
Yours truly,


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r!- % ;r r w\ n<. 'W. -an i may ,tc untd f, r gel nerail cultiv\ati(,n
I ., : .L "'i r 1 1, in. fr l .ni I ti re d lr ;( .i m ade, r, .\ w t perfect nt at Cam p-
A': .\ 'it! ,. a n ,. \ rtl: 32 ce:nt, a p, und t davy. i- attainalbl "('(ttm i3
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RALEY-HAMBY COMPANY, Owners
PARK HOTEL BUILDING


212 HOGAN STREET


JACKSONVILLE, FLA.


THE DREW PRESS 228894




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