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(1909-1927) After the Civil War the Hal's Lake lands remained in scattered ownership, often with unclear titles. For time, he also kept eighty acres of land at the camp, but later sold it to Fred T. Years ago he was among the first to realize that unless steps be taken to protect wildlife, the great sport of hunting in this section would end. Boyd Adams) ALCO Land and Timber company bought the area below Hal's Lake from Paul Danner. In 1928 Bedsole organized the Bedsole Investment Company, which owns and rents several business houses in the city. Moore Stave Company at Three Mile Creek, along with J. Bedsole and Allen Knox, who generally did business as S.

Assembly of the Hal's Lake Tract by Wall-Hay-Wall Lumber Co. [Wisconsin] and its principals who had owned it since 1909-11. Paul Danner loved Hal's Lake, and was in every sense a steward of the land during his ownership. Danner sold the Hal's Lake land to Alco Land & Timber Co. He reserved during his lifetime the right to fish and hunt here with up to two companions, and to maintain a camp. It was built on Three-Mile Creek and at high water was floated to Stoll's Point on "Gunboats" [metal floats for logs] and pulled into place by mules, under the overall direction of Moody Wimberly. Stimpson can rightly be credited with doing as much, if not more, for the cause of wildlife and forest conservation than any man of his time." "A vigorous outdoorsman, he loved the woodlands of our section, and their wild game populations. In 1957 he sold the drug business to Albright & Wood, retaining the surgical supply business, which he operated since that time under the name of Bedsole Surgical Supply Company, of which he was President at his death. Adams moved to Mobile from Mississippi, and bought the Lucas E. They moved the mill to Chickasawbogue Creek, and ultimately sold it.

The first substantial modern logging operations in the Hal's Lake area were by Stewart & Butt in the early 1890's. Field of Mobile also logged (and just to the East of the Carlton East Greenfield, on adjacent land, the timber rights were held by James Mc Phillips, Great-Great grandfather of Frank Lott and Julie Bagwell). In forceful manner he preached the conservation doctrine and won sufficient following to get the overall program under way." "His record of service for years as a member of the Alabama Conservation Advisory Board and as an official of the state and local wildlife organizations is well known to thousands who know this congenial and successful man." "In Clarke County today is a large sanctuary for wild turkey and deer. Stimpson Sanctuary' for he was the moving spirit in its establishment for operation by the State Conservation Department." Based in significant measure upon his work, the Alabama Wildlife Federation in 1993 presented its Walter L. He was President of the Rotary Club of Mobile in 1924-25; was President of the Mobile Chamber of Commerce in 1926, when he organized the Community Chest of Mobile (which is now a part of United Fund, of which he was Honorary Chairman of the Board).