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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Panama City pilot. — 12 December 1907

T it 3000 PEOPLE e e Are you a Subscriber Will read this issue of Panama iPilot Do you Advertize THE PILOT a n a m a I Y I 0 TRY THE PILOT r 4 i Vol 1 Panama City Washington County Florida December 12 h 1907 No 29 Y a Harbor Improvement f Increasing Interest Being Displayed t = = = l 7 I The time was never more propitious than at present for calling the attention of the public of Alabama Georgia and West Florida to the impor I tance of at once opening St Andrews Bay to the commerce of the world i With the Atlanta St Andrews Bay R R nearing completion to this f point and the Birmingham Columbus St Andrews Bay Railway making 4 fair progress towards its terminus on this bay there is an undisputable call i for the deepening of the harbor entrance so that the trade that will come here from Central and South Alabama and Georgia and from West Florida f shall not be stalled upon reaching tide water f The work of the Rivers and Harbors Congress has been of inestimable value in showing the ne...

Publication Title: Panama City Pilot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Panama City pilot. — 12 December 1907

ikub 1 I k jfc 4 I U n I Pam City iLo Published every Thursday I By The Panama City Pub e Co x < 1 Terms One Year 100 Six Months 50c Rates for advertising on application I Entered as secondclass matter May 30th T1907 at the post office at Panama City Florida under the Act of Congress of March 3 1879 > PANAMA CITY FLA DEC 12 1907 f 1 Presidents Message Those who were expecting some thing new or startling in the Presi dents message to the Goth congress will be disappointed It contains nothing he has not said heretofore and in many instances is not as strongly nor succinctly stated The Impression one receives from reading the message is that the President is tired that he has passed the meri dian of his pyrotechnic explosions I and is gradually calming down He reiterates his recommendation for a national incorporation law or licensing corporations doing an inter state business asks further bolster ing up of the Sherman antitrust act favors an income and inheritance tax asks for a...

Publication Title: Panama City Pilot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Panama City pilot. — 12 December 1907

J5TF VoftJ f9f W I 10 = = Ic A I c 1 4 y w k J b it 1 = = n t Eggs in Georgia The following letter to the Southern Fancier from E W Burke of Macon Ga is interesting for the information and advice it contains which though not at all new cannot be repeated too often That is in some respects a very jf interesting season among the chick ens for the stock is now off th out side runs and divided up into yards and egg results are being figured on Eggs are worth big money now and will soon be higher The grocery stores get 30c to 35c per dozen and a good per cent of the offerings are stale or spoiled I have a number of calls for fresh eggs and can get an advance on the market price for all I can spare The market side of the poultry business was never as good as now and it would take a practical poultry man but a very short tinge to g t on a profitable basis with supply in f only market eggs and fowls Thus by using only pure bred stock could indulge also the fancy side and make all that clear...

Publication Title: Panama City Pilot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Panama City pilot. — 12 December 1907

f ml itA K 11 11y Y i < fK l it n r Ii 1J Xt7 R J > D ik t d y pArrL ir T H jiV 1 I iir w YP 4 i r The Gulf Coast TERMINAL or the Atlanta Si Andrews Bay Rail Road r xi Other Railways Chartered With Terminus Here i K 1IC r = = lBfc p 1U A < s v t h r invest Here Now I Business Lots From 125 to 700 Residence Lots l 125 to 1000 x TERMS One Fourth down bal ¬ ance in installments to suit j purchaser Ten per cent i 1 off for cash I I J J w LV > = > u T The Nearest and Best i DEEP WATER PORT JOY r oL = 4 For the immense commerce that will be done with Cuba South America C Central America The Panama Canal a j I ek i 1 A 1 View on the Gulf Beach I t I PANAMA CITY is the terminal of he Atlanta 8 St Andrews Bay R R the shortest and best route from Atlanta to tide water Less than 260 miles as the crow flies Equally as direct a route from I Birmingham Columbus I Montgomery I Eufaula Troy And all other points in the Central and Lower South to the Gulf c ft 1Z i i i c Industries and...

Publication Title: Panama City Pilot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Panama City pilot. — 12 December 1907

i 4 I Iit I t II t 1 PutUporShut Up f f E w Letter from Pres Steele 1 The persistent publishing by ene mies of Panama City both orally and through the papers that the Atlanta St Andrews Bay R R purposed making Millville its terminus have misled many who are not acquainted 41 with the mendacious effrontery of the parties putting those stories into cir culation f Under date of Dec 2nd President A B Steele of that road writes as follows I authorize you to state that I will put up 550000 or any amount above that that anyone will deposit I in any solvent bank in the State of Florida that if our contract with the Gulf Coast Development Company and the citizens of Panama City is not carried out to the letter to make that our terminus and perpetuate it I will forfeit the amount so deposited and if the contractis carried out they are to forfeit the money I hope you will make our position known to the public and if anyone will put up 550000 or any amount above that you are authorized to cover...

Publication Title: Panama City Pilot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Panama City pilot. — 12 December 1907

iiI C 0 < r 9 I i y t jJ a Yr t t F f t f 5 Beach Combings f A p WWfc to < w > W XWX Otto Franz has returned to Miil ville There is now good prospects that our school will soon be opened Several Panama City citizens have been visitors in St Andrew the past week H H Mock who h1s been con fined to the house for some time is again out R L McKenzie was a business visitor at Gay yesterday He was ac companied by J J Ward A large number of fishing smacks have been in this harbor and off the J passes the past few days Mrs Lydia E Ware and Mrs j Drummoncl were visitors at Mrs G H McKenzies Monday afternoon W B Seymour of Dothan Ala after spending several days here prospecting returned home yesterday L C Gay and wife of Gay left here on yesterdays Tarpon for an ex terned visit at various points in Georgia Eli Fenters and wife of Ogden Ill were among yesterdays arrivals on the Tarpon They will spend the winter on the bay Tom Brosnahan who came here with Mr Coffman last week has been i...

Publication Title: Panama City Pilot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Panama City pilot. — 19 December 1907

I d 4 C > < r 5 x 3000 PEOPLE r e Are you a Subscriber Will read this issue of Panama Pilot Do you Advertize H THE PILOT anama I Y I 0 TRY THE PILOT Vol L Panama City Washington County Florida December 19th 1907 No 30 YULETIDE Ere another visit of the PILOT Christmas will have come again that glorious generous world wide Christian festival with its wealth of hospi tality good cheer and precious memories The belfries of all Christendom now roll along the unbroken song of peace on earth good will to men says one writer and another This day shall change allgriefs and quarrels into love For nearly twenty centuries Christian nations have observed this clay as the birthday of Our Saviour while from the earliest days of man upon this earth he has celebrated with rejoicing and mirth this Winter season when the Sun with its revivifying power wheels in its southern course and once again moves on its journey northward bringing nearer with each opening day the return of the verdure fruits...

Publication Title: Panama City Pilot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Panama City pilot. — 19 December 1907

II n 1 7 > P r t 1 Z J t rv p tt L 4 > 1 ro Panama City Pilot = I Published every Thursday By The I Panama City Pub Co TermsOne YearSlOO Six Months 50c 1 Hates for advertising on application I Entered as secondclass matter May 30th 1907 at the post office at Panama City Florida i under the Act of Congress of March 3 1879 = II PANAMA CITY FLA DEC 19 1907 j = z = = = Panama City as a Cotton Port i Upwards of three million bales of cotton were raised in the states of Georgia Alabama and Florida this I year At 850 per bale of 500 pounds this would amount to over 8150000000 j The Atlanta St Andrews Bay R R with its numerous connections and its extension to Opelika bisects the richest portion of the cotton belt of Alabama and gives a near tidewater port for that of western Georgia It is not unreasonable to suppose that at least one tenth of this crop will as fibre or manufactured goods pass through this its nearest and most convenient port just so soon as this harbor is opened up to...

Publication Title: Panama City Pilot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Panama City pilot. — 19 December 1907

1OIf 1 T > J < < > 1 111I a fYi 1ii < z r il 85 7 r t i Open St Andrews Bay To Worlds Commerce The question of opening the pass to St Andrews Bay is being agitated by the powers that be and everybody in West Florida South Alabama and Georgia should become interested and lend assistance The Board of Trade of Chipley should get busy and put in a formal request for its opening We will ° soori have a rail road to th t point but it will be of comparative small use to us till the harbor is opened to vessels of at least 22 feet draft which will not cost anymore than the government spends on Pensacola Bay every year The lumber that is cut and naval t stores produced at the bay has to be shipped to Pensacola nOT to be load ed on seagoing vessels St Andrews Bay is the best safest r J and most easily developed harbor on is the Gulf and all in Washington Co and the best interests of Washington I Co depend upon its development According to the last government survey there i enough...

Publication Title: Panama City Pilot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Panama City pilot. — 19 December 1907

0 Z S < i > z k tif f PANAMA CITY I l The Gulf Coast TERMINAL of the Atlanta St Andrews Bay Rail Road < Other Railways Chartered With Terminus Here r l t f 3 Invest Here Now t r i Business Lots From 125 to 700 r Residence Lots 125 to 1000 r 1ff ff TERMS One Fourth down bal ance in installments to suit purchaser Ten per cent f off for cash i The Nearest and Best I DEEP WATER PORT < For the immense commerce that will be done with I Cuba South America Central America The Panama Canal j H View on the Gulf Beach I PANAMA CITY is the terminal of the Atlanta ac St Andrews Bay R R the shortest and best route from Atlanta to tide water Less than 260 miles as the crow flies Equally as direct a route from I Birmingham Columbus I Montgomery II Bufaula I Troy I And all other points in the Central and Lower South to the Gulf I Industries and Business Houses already Here c t Bank I I i Hotel I I I I I i I Livery Stable I i Real Estate Office t i Soda Water Factory Cement Block Plant E ...

Publication Title: Panama City Pilot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Panama City pilot. — 19 December 1907

x r v III I > W > T < Co 0 I J 7tf V y > i J t r r o i I r V t F Were they Standard Oil Boats Just at dusk on Tuesday evening of last week a large tug apparently handling a barge passed the entrance of this bay eastward bound The boat was a stranger in these waters Those who saw it thought it might be a Standard Oil boat which owing to heavy seas on the Gulf was keeping close to this shore The Pensacola Journal of Wednes day morning the 11th had the following regarding the Standard Oil boats Fearing that their vesssls might be seized by officers and tied up on account of the judgment ob tained by the state of Texas against the company the Standard Oil Co yesterday ordered the steamer Capt A F Lucas and barge No 95 to leave this port at once for sea and to re main there until further orders were received The vessels upon receiv ing these instructions left at once and will anchor in the gulf The two vessels came to Pensacola from London but they did not come into this port...

Publication Title: Panama City Pilot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Panama City pilot. — 19 December 1907

y 6 J f I M Rev E W Roberts For six years Rev Roberts ha filled various pulpits in the mission I ary Geld of the Methodist Church South in this section of West Florida On every charge he has had from six to nine appointments traveling through sun and storm in the dark ness of the night as well as the heat of a summer dayever uncomplaining always cheerful and zealous in his work For the past two years he has been located on St Andrews Bay filling during the past year nine appoint ments viz Sulphur Springs Nixon Tompkins Southport Vicksburg St Andrew Panama City Millville and Parker Those only who are I acquainted with these widely sep arated points can realize what Rev I Roberts has had to do And it is not a work that enriches a man The charges are all struggling missionary outposts the missionary board helps some and the good people of this neck of the woods strive to make it possible for the worthy pastor to support his family and keep out of I debt Rev Roberts in a recent intervie...

Publication Title: Panama City Pilot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Panama City pilot. — 26 December 1907

F A r t r e tit Are you a Subscriber 3000 PEOPLE Will THE read PILOT this issue of Panama City Pi lot j TRY Do you THE Advertise PILOT Vol 1 Panama City Washington County Florida December 26th 1907 No 31 Beach Combings J Dr Hill will open a drug store here probably early in January W A Crawford left this morning for a short business trip to Dothan Charlie Bracken with a party were Panama City visitors yesterday after noon R L McKenzie left on Fridays Tarpon for a visit during the holidays in Georgia B A Rhodes and wife of Callaway were pleasant callers at the PILOT office this forenoon J I Cummings has rented the residence of W B Caswell for three months and will take possession of the same next week Mrs Belle Booth and daughter I Jewel with little Erma Peterson are spending the Christmas holidays at the West home in Old Town A heavy south west gale on Monday followed the continuous south easter and heavy rains on Sunday But few boats ventured out on either day The steamer Tarpon wa...

Publication Title: Panama City Pilot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Panama City pilot. — 26 December 1907

1 S I Panama GSly Pilot m d Published every Thursday By The Panama City Pub Co Tcrmsnne Year100 Six Months 50e Rates for advertising on application Entered as secoudclass matter May 30th Din at the post office at Panama City Florida under tho Act of Congress of March 3 1879 = = = = = = = = = = PANAMA CITY FLA DEC 26 1907 Appropriations Chairman Tawney of the finance committee in congress has given out a statement that there must be a paring down of the appropriations they already being largely in excess of the income of the government also that no new improvements can be attempted This is a pretty condition of affairs when the prosperity of the country h so great that the transportation companys cannot care for the pro ducts of the soil forests and mines and the balance of trade in our favor with the rest of the world exceeds any time in our history This is a condition that the Repub lican party with its large majority in congress must be held strictly ac countable for The people re...

Publication Title: Panama City Pilot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Panama City pilot. — 26 December 1907

r oj J J Tannin And The Palmetto One of the rather neglected pro Jucts of Florida is the palmetto considered as a source of tannin extract It grows luxuriantly in our wild lands and in neglected fence corners is a pest to the farmer when it comes to cleaning off his lands yet it might be a con siderable source of wealth to Florida if the great stores of it were exploited for it is rich in tannin reproduce therefore almost the whole of the press review of Circular 119 of the forest service Of the United States in ope that it will arouse the atten t a of our capitalists who have the means to establish such plants as will take it lucrative to the farmer to gather this pest of his fields No other nation produces half as much tanned curried anC finished leather as the United Sta e 3 which yields over onefourth of the worlds supply Six hundred and seventeen tanneries contribute to this output The raw material includes 108000000 hides and skins including a large number from Argentina To ta...

Publication Title: Panama City Pilot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Panama City pilot. — 26 December 1907

1 I i r r PANAMA CITY i t = f The Gulf Coast TERMINAL of the Atlanta St Andrews Bay Rail Road Other Railways Chartered With Terminus Here Invest Here Now I Business Lots From j 1 i 1 125 to 3 700 iI I I I I I I 9 I I I I I I I I I I I Residence Lots I I S 125 to 1000 TERMS One Fourth down bal ance in installments to suit purchaser Ten per cent off for cash J J iJI tIr k t x 2 L II The Nearest and Best I I t t i DEEP WATER PORT Ir X Z n t For the immense commerce that will be done with Cuba South America I I Central America t The Panama Canal t 1 View on the Guif Beach PANAMA CITY is the terminal of the Atlanta Si Andrews Bay R R the shortest and best route from Atlanta to tide water Less than 260 miles as he crow flies Equally as direct a route from Birmingham Columbus Montgomery Eufaula Troy I And all other points in the Central and Lower I South to the Gulf J = J = Do J A r Wi 5i I Industries and Business Houses already Here I II Bank Hotel f Livery Stable t Real Estate Office A I...

Publication Title: Panama City Pilot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Panama City pilot. — 26 December 1907

r I I I r ir C n ° t a r t t f JC T A New Railroad For West Florida A small force of men is now work r ing on the West Florida and Alabama railroad at Chipley Florida but the number will be materially increased in a short time It is intended to complete at once the forty miles be tween Chlpley and St Andrews feay of which thirty miles was graded some time ago The road is to ex tend from St Andrews to Chipley G and Geneva Alabama and thence toward Montgomery The work is very light there will be only a small amount of trestling i T 1M between Chipley and St Andrews B F Howland 18 Broadway New York City is vicepresident and J N t Withrow of Chipley is chief en p gineer Pensacola News I Pensacolas export trade booms I I right along It is only a day or two since the News announced the ship I ments hence of a cargo of flour in the steamer Scipian to Cuba and the ad ditional fact that the steamer had been y engaged for her full carrying capacity r for a second trip by St Louis flour F mill...

Publication Title: Panama City Pilot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Panama City pilot. — 26 December 1907

C < Y < I t v > 0 r if t i > t C Ift A t Ir I W 1F < 1 I r t u u u u St Andrew J I I II P N Hutchinson of West Bay is in 4 town to day r The schooner Lucy H arrived in l r port this forenoon i J H Drummond is able to be out on the street once more z r Lieut Comdr Sheppard and daughter t Susie were callers at the West home on Christmas day Capt Witherill made a trip to Gay on Monday bringing down Mrs Booth and daughter E Davis and wife were passengers on Tuesdays East Bay mail boat on their way to visit home during Christ mas time During the time repairs are being 1 made on the Dewey the Nancy Lee will do towing for the German Ameri can Lumber Co The Nancy Lee took 13500 pounds of trout to Mobile on her recent trip There are quite a few trout being caught here at present Miss Ebba Hasselberg was a pass enger on Tuesdays east bay mail boat going home to her mothers at Parker for Christmas The Nancy Lee left on Fridaay last for Mobile with a load of fish Capt Walter Gwal...

Publication Title: Panama City Pilot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Panama City pilot. — 2 January 1908

I > r IX f > < t Iii i V I t C r 1 1 3000 PEOPLE TpuI Are you a Subscriber 4 Will read this issue of Panama City Pi I ot Do you Advertize Irar THE PILOT ftm a n a m a I ty r I 1 0 TRY THE PILOT I Vol 1 Panama CityWashington County Florida January 2nd 1908 No 32 rY Beach D f1 H H Mock with family reached FA home yesterday afternoon W K Hall of Millville was a caller in Panama City on Tuesday f f Joseph J Chappell of Jacksonville C was a caller at the PILOT office last week t M N Carlisle and daughter Miss Lillian were Panama City visitors on Monday D W Baker of Dothan who has been stopping here some days re turned home to day Rev F Wineman will preach in the r school house here on Saturday night January 11th services beginning at 730D D W Baker of Dothan came in Saturday evening for a weeks visit He is stopping at the Panama City I hotel G B Thompson reached home on Thursday evening of last week frc m an extended trip to Marianna and Chipley Mrs Dobb and Miss Nora Dybdal I w...

Publication Title: Panama City Pilot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Panama City pilot. — 2 January 1908

Hr r r 1 tR f 3 f y A < V t If y t f Panama = City = iJ Published every Thursday By The Panama City Pub Co j TormsOno Year 100 Six Months 50c Rates for advertising on application Entered as secondclass matter May 30th 1907 at the post office at Panama City J Florida under the Act of Congress of March 3 1879 PANAMA CITY FLA JAN 2 1907 u W J Bryan U S Senator With such haste as almost partakes of indecency before the flowers that were laid upon Senator Mallorys grave were wilted Governor Broward on December 25th appointed William J Bryan of Jacksonville his suc cessor There was no condition of public affairs that rendered necessary such haste or made it pardonable and it can only be accounted for on the ground that the powers behind the throne demanded this quick and dis gusting action upon the part of the governor and he servilely complied William J Bryan is the youngest United States senator having been born October 10th 1876 making him I now but one year over the required minimu...

Publication Title: Panama City Pilot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
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