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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Panama City pilot. — 2 January 1908

0 o r PANAMA CITY I 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 125 to 700 E 1OOi Residence Lots 125 to 1000 I I j I I I TERMS I I I One Fourth down bal I I I I S ance in installments to suit I I I I purchaser Ten per cent off for cash H The Nearest and Best j DEEP WATER PORT i II For the immense commerce that will be done with Cuba South America Central America The Panama Canal I I I I View on the Gulf Beach PANAMA CITY is the terminal of the Atlanta cox 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 route from Birmingham Columbus Montgomery Eufaula > Troy And all other points in the Central and Lower I South to the Gulf s Industries and Business Houses already Here I I I I I I I I I I l Bank I Hotel Livery Stable Real Estate Office Soda Water Factory Cement Block Plant Saw and Planing Mill ojj New...

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. — 2 January 1908

< < m > t > I t i 77 > j1 Lf t U un More Poultry On The Farm With all the natural advantag3s for ra poultry raising in our favor why I Y should the South not lead in the pro 4 > > duction of poultry and eggs We can but it will take time and a de termination to not play second fiddle any longer We have the climate for getting > out early winter or spring chicks or for that matter all the year round We can with a little attention and I care have green stuff at all times The very lowest priced houses will i I answer if properly constructed Let us raise our feed and a variety too The manure from the fowls if prop erly cared for and mixed with soil or road dust and kept out of the weather until used will be worth many dollars each year in building up the land for grain and vegetables I If you cannot possibly afford to get pure bred stock use your common fowls the best of them and care for them in such a manner that they will feel that they must get up and lay 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. — 2 January 1908

R x s tI I t Open St Andrews Bay There are hundreds of square miles of good timber and agricultural lands between the L N railroad and St Andrews Bay that is unoccupied Five years ago these lands were not worth 85 per acre and hadnt been for a hundred years There were few people and vast acres The people were fishers not farmers A change has come The Panama canal is being built All railroads must get to ports as near that canal as possible The great natural advantages of St Andrews Bay that never before has been needed now looms up in high light and more railroads are building and being projected toward ic than any other bay on the Gulf It will require far less money to utilize the advantages of Sfc Andrews Bay than has beenspenton any other bay of far less utility The railroads building will soon reach the Bay and others projected will follow rapidly Embryo cities and large enter prises are springing up and those lands along the bay that have long been practically worthless will so...

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. — 2 January 1908

S Ie c if tfc j L q I Bay Head r i Walter Hobbs of Bennett was shop yS u ping here Tuesday Rt > G Miller of Tompkins is all smiles He says it is a fine boy Dr Rozier of St Andrew passed x through here Monday enroute to Chipley Capt F H Ware made a business trip to Southport Tuesday in the Frances x The Bay has been on a boom this Christmas with so many weddings parties etc E M Newman and wife of Econ r > ± Una have been spending Christmas f week with relatives on the bay 1 Ben Hancock representing Welles f IV Kahn Co and the Lewis Bear Cos M v r I 1 salesman were attending to business jp here Tuesday ° There was a dance and oyster f J w supper at the home of J S Brooks Christmas night Every one attend ing pronounced it a very enjoyable i I affair Ye followers of Isaak Walton steer v for Bear and Cedar creeks Last week Wyley K ser caught in Cedar S r creek a rockfish weighing sixteen I I pounds C a f > W B Caswell representing the Pensacola Journal arrived here Saturday morn...

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. — 9 January 1908

A I r IA id L t y JI v r i Y f f > r k 1ti C f Y t 1 iii > Tr < Panama Gity Pilot t 4rV Vol 1 Panama City Washington County Florida January 9th 1908 No 33 rwv p pv < lw > < w > vw rfsrf lvwo W Beach Combings 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00 0 0 0 f v Capt A J Gay was in town a day or two this week i > Quite a few fresh fish were brought f into town this past week J 130 Hogeboom left on Tuesday for Vernon with a prisoner Rev F G Hasting made the PILOT office a pleasant call today John Peterson of Gay was a visitor on our streets last Friday A H Brake of St Andrew was h k transacting business here on Friday last It is rumored that the Manteo is to make a call in this harbor about the 10th Sam Hillman and R L McKenzie were St Andrews visitors Tuesday morning C Mrs E M Goodson and daughter i returned on Tuesday from a lengthy visit to her sister I tt A J Gay and E M Goodson re h turned from a business trip to Chipley on Tuesday morning j The steamer Dewey and motor 4J I boat E...

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. — 9 January 1908

w > C < i Panama C Pot arruTai CUy f l V1 Published every 1 1lr day By The Panama City Pub Co Terms One Year100 Six Months 50c Hates for advertising on application Entered as secondclass matter May 30th 1917 at the post office at Panama City Florida nnderthe Act of Congress of March 3 1879 = = = = = = = = = PANAMA CITY FLA JAN 9 1908 J Real Estate Investment As a natura result of the panic there will unquestionably follow in creased investment in real estate Every one has been moire or less affected by the financial stringency This has eaused a general examina tion into its cause and led to a re vival of the opinion that real estate offers the safest and sanest form of investment It suffers no change in form from panics or pestilence neither burns up nor blows away can not be embezzled or stolen and offers a home and sustenance when all other forms of investment fail Such being the case we may natur ally expect with the return to easier monetary conditions and even while such ...

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. — 9 January 1908

l J J It Immigration Convention Govr Broward has issued a call for an Immigration Convention to be held in Tampa Feb 12th 1908 We herewith print the call Whereas The legislatures of sev eral of our southern states realizing the pressing need of bringing into their borders immigrants of a desir able class in order that the rich agri cultural mineral industrial and other resources of our i comparable land may be developed to their bountiful capacity have enacted laws and appropriated money for the purpose of aiding and promoting immigration and < < Whereas The need of the better class of immigration is by no means 4 confined to agricultural mineral and and other rural localities but is equally great in our fastgrowing cities and towns where the call for skilled and brawny artisans is ever on the increase and in many instances unanswered and Whereas The need of skilled workmen to lend assistance in our grand era of upbuilding is no less recognized by labor than by capital both of...

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. — 9 January 1908

rtlf c 1 4 fi 1 f 0 0f r a 0 I v4 dr 4 < ti Y t > V7 v f V r V V f v y t PANAMA CITY The Gulf Coast TERMINAL of the Atlanta St Andrews Bay Rail Road E Other Railways Chartered With Terminus Here i Invest Here Now 1 E Business Lots From 125 to 700 I Residence Lots I I 125 to 1000 TERMS One Fourth down bal ance in installments to suit purchaser Ten per cent off for cash 1 V q The Nearest and Best I DEEP WATER PORTI r = i For the immense commerce that will be done with Cuba I South America Central America The Panama Canal + T < I tr4 1 fI1f f r 1 < i < Ck > f Jt I C < t 0 c co < d f I 1 I 1 y I I J l r S 1s ttP h 1 c iJ p kl T 1 I 1 View on the Gulf Beach J a i PANAMA CITY is the terminal of the Atlanta St Andrews Bay R R the shortest and best I route from Atlanta to tide water Less than 260 miles as the crow flies Equally as direct a route from t Birmingham Columbus I Montgomery t Eufaula TroyI And all other points in the Central and Lower South to the Gulf t 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. — 9 January 1908

I I lj I MSt ljI u t I I 1 4 r eJ J v t General News 1 c Jr 1 I r Fifty counti3S in Alabama became 1113 dry on New Years day t > New Yorkers spent 81750000 in ti eating and drinking on New Years t The Seaboard AirLine Railway has been placed in the hands of receivers f ceivers r Chief Justice Cassidy of the Wis consin Supreme Court died Monday n morning In several places in Alabama the saloons are defying the closing law w y r and keeping open Z H Hutto of Graceville is a voluntary bankrupt Assets about 800 and liabilities 84000 t B L Yong of Cypress has gone lt into voluntary bankruptcy Liabili i ft v ties about 818000 assets about 810000 i il Secretary Cortelyou has been cited fC to appear in court in connection with his assignment of the Panama Canal iJ 3 I bonds Senator Bryan has taken up his X work in the U S S3nate He holds the distinction of being the hand i somest senator Capt J E Pillsbury has been se lected by the President to become I chief of the navigation bureau in ...

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. — 9 January 1908

1 I p 0 iI t It 5 r il LJ A r 0 t W s t Deliver The Goods 0 r t In any calling or occupation the I r man who can deliver the goods is f a success He is marked by a pecu k z liar appreciation and confidence that S the public bestows upon the indi t vidual who can accomplish what he ro promises It is entirely unnecessary to worry about his employment or compensation once the fact is known that he can make good The en gineer who can make the schedule J time with his trains under the most conditions is a marked man but it is not a long black mark The agent who has the fewest corrections from all departments receiving his re ports who is polite to the patrons of his road and keeps his waitingroom I and office neat and clean is known to every officer of a railway he does business with The operator who is always ready to take his shift and answer his call promptly is known to everyone who uses the wire The superintendent of a manufacturing concern who can turn out orders when required the ...

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. — 16 January 1908

wf r i r 4 4t 1 t tit r yj 5r r 4 L < of f t I 4 l t Panama City Pilot Vol 1 Panama City Washington County Florida January 16th 1908 No 34 > I Beach Combings To Our Readers Absence of the Editor of the PILOT on a voyage to St Jo and the crush ing of a finger of ye printer made it necessary ib postpone until next week our East Bay number also to cut short somewhat this weeks issue The editor promises not to visit St Jo again very soon and it is to be hoped the office force will not mutilate any more of their fingers W H Parker of Parker was a pleasant caller at the PILOT office on Tuesday last I E A Radcliffe and Ellery Van Home of Chipley were Panama City visitors on Monday Capt Deshazo and Charlie Bracken I of St Andrews were callers at the Pilot office on Monday Messrs Steele Farmer Thompson and Domer left on Sunday last for the end of the railway Messrs Porter and Rozier of St Andrews were visiting friends in Panama City on Monday E Ayars is closing up the work on his new l...

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. — 16 January 1908

r t tftYJtA 1 i < i < l 3 z t r v 41 < i0 A y G 4 SI it jftt i t r Panama City Pi ct Published every Thursday By The Panama City Pub Co Terms One Year 100 Six Months 50c Rates for advertising on application g 1tered as secondclass matter May 30th IJTT at the post offico it Panama City Florida under the Act of Congress of March 3 1879 PANAMA CITY FLA JAN 16 1908 Naval Stores Our naval stores operators the men who produce the goods will be pleas ed to note the advance in the price of the same within the past ten days From 40 cents for spirits the price has gone to 51 and it is said there have been sales above that figure At 40 cents there was an actual loss to operators at the prevailing prices paid for labor and supplies But many had to sell to meet obligations so that this advance does not help the men who have had all the work to do and have used up a years sup ply of their limited raw material as it would had the advance taken place earlier in the season It is admitted th...

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. — 16 January 1908

r Some Florida Crops A correspondant writing from Pasco county to the American Agri culturist says When compared with western and northern states Florida as a whole makes a poor showing in corn grain and grass production Yet the high price of corn 75 cents to SI00 a bushel makes a half crop bring as much as many full ones in the corn sections I have seen hammock or hard wood land without the fertili zers produce 830 worth of corn an acre and many times when the fertilizer cost has not been more than doubled I have seen fivefold re turns Virginia type tobacco I have grown on newly cleared land at the rate of 1365 pounds an acre with less cultivation than I used to give in Kentucky and sold it at 10 cents a pound With 850 worth of cotton seed meal potash carbonate and ground bone I have made 1000 pounds of Sumatra and Havana to bacco which sold for 40 cents a pound This 850 worth of fertilizer yielded a gross r turn of 8400 an acre and the fertilizer used on the other tobacco gave 813...

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. — 16 January 1908

tu I i i < 0 1 II I r Parker 1 I 1 Ii 4 tilt rl All the men folks up here are away I trout fishing these days r Mrs James Burkett visited Mrs W H Parker on Tuesday The Cleo unloaded freight here for V H Parker and Co on Monday Mrs Dobb of Cromanton was a caller at Mrs W H Parkers on Monday W H Parker and Henry Oliphant visited Millville and Panama City on Tuesday Audley Spicer was a caller here on Wednesday He came over in the X10U8 extenuate Mrs James Burkett went to Mill vile on Tuesday for a few days visit with her sister Mrs J W Brown Chas Stone has the rubber for catching sheephead with hook and line as he catches one and twoevery day W H Parker is having some of the streets opened up in Parker which adds greatly to the looks of the place Married Sunday the 12th at W H Parkers residence Silas S Scarburgh and Mrs Lucie E Lightfoot both of Millville W H Parker officiating W H Woodard traveling man was in town Wednesday He was 2 wt eks behind time on account of the bad weather ...

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. — 23 January 1908

r e 7 V t t r > 714 t j L T X wAddle A Ii 4 T B Hosinsj f Addle r C e e F + r f an am a CityPilot + no t r Yoll Panama City Washington County Florida January 23rd 1908 No 35 w General Office German American Lumber Company fflillville FIi L ir EAST BAY M r Early History Etc a The arm of St Andrews Bay thus i named extends from Wetappo creek on the east Redfish point opposite i Panama City on the west twenty miles as the crow flies but thirty when following the various turns i made by this unique body of water In width it varies from one half to I three miles Its general direction is south east and north west but up wards of thirty irregular bay us I hn1 i t tJ1nQ1 tqr ltr 7t11 hre 1SafS I fourteen of which are of such magni tude as to have the depth of water therein given on the Government 1 charts I Thisbay is separated from Crooked I Island sound and the Gulf by a body of heavy timbered land varying a from three to five miles in width The many bluffy oak and magnolia hammocks on...

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. — 23 January 1908

IIvr < = 0 fi J F T > < i I I t 6 1t t J = OLD ST JOE In this subtropical land Nature swiftly obliterates mans ablest attempts to check her eternal activity and nowhere is this unequal struggle more l t y depicted than along the low coastal plain of St Joseph Bay where once stood one of Floridas historical cities the few scattered relics of which are now known as Old St Jo Many foreign seaboard countries have their traditions of cities that long ago were engulfed by the fury of the sea but in this newer world in our own United States we know of cut one fair city that has met such a fate and that was Old St Jo Nearly four score years ago men with unbounded ambition and lust for gold the peers of the strenuous business men of today builded as strongly and solidily as could be done with cement brick and timber a city here that drew to its portals many a prominent merchant and traveler of the world of eighty years ago Even then the transportation question had become the paramou...

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. — 23 January 1908

T t P fiV kEy r 1 tia9 T T T i K e 1 l t dt + y Fr r 1 PANAMA CITY The Gulf Coast TERMINAL of the Atlanta St Andrews Bay Rail Road fl I i i > I s t Other Railways Chartered With Terminus Here E f Invest Here Now i Business Lots From 125 to 700 4 1 H Residence Lots 125 to 1000 TERMS One Fourth down bal ance in installments to suit purchaser Ten per cent for cash off j jj J The Nearest and Best DEEP WATER PORT For the immense commerce that will be done with Cuba South America Central America The Panama Canal 1 I I View on the Gulf Beach I I I I 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 I Eufaula I Troy And all other points in the Central and Lower South to the Gulf i f f v I Industries and Business I II I Houses already Here II Bank I I I Hotel I I f I Livery Stable Real Estate Office Soda Water Facto...

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. — 23 January 1908

< 11 P c T 1 < 0 I I I 0 I I t l t L th r 11h y r > i A t J u Panama City Pilot = = Published every Thursday By The Panama City Pub Co Tfrms One Year100 Six Months 50c II ites for advertising on application t Entered secondclass matter May 30th I tsu7 at the post office at Panama City Florida under the Act of Congress of March 3 1879 PANAMA CITY FLA JNA 16 1908 w We note as a favorable indication f in the financial world that the Bank nf England has again reduced its rate ofdiscount This time from six to five per cent Senator W J Bryan Some of the newspapers through I I It the state and a few doginthe i I n lnger politicians are making pusil Hnimous attacks upon Senator Mal r 1orys successor Though Senator H van was not the PILOTS first choice fr the position yet it emphatically j osents the fire in the rear to which f ho is being subjected The only offence charged against him ia his youth His enemies do not iii > pear to have any of the attributes vir youth but display ...

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. — 23 January 1908

I l 7 > < 1 J > 7 iJ1t Ilf rnf J i t reo r r c < qa l l I I p4 1 t 1j I I t 1 r tI i l St Andrew f 1 I I W B Merritt P N Hutchison and I Jno Rogers were business visitors in J St Andrews yesterday I Mrs Wells brother P Wilson ac companied by his wife arrived on J i yesterdays Tarpon j Mr Coffman went to Vicksburg last i a week where he spent some time in putting repairs on R M Bakers j r i f house < i ii I We are sorry to learn that Mrs W I F Gregory has been quite ill since I I I her return from Dothan At present i I writing she is somewhat improved I Mrs R M Baker while engaged in I i household duties last Friday had the misfortune to fall three steps and j severely injured her hip Though Ii every effort was made to secure a i i physician that evening none could be J found until the next morning when I Dr Jansenius was secured and has i been in attendance since J Just before the storm of last week Oapt Bert Ware with the Nancy Le L j reached the head of St Joe by wh...

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. — 23 January 1908

i e V Ot 10 I J r A tI Ii t OY t y > j Texas Satsuma Crop 1 i f Satsuma oranges rai ° rt in Texas i it are being regularly consi Tied ic I r a dealers in San Antonio These or I anges are raised not only in this sec i tion but all along the gulf coast and r j > f J some of them have been successfully grown fifty miles north of this city r The Satsuma is grafted on the citrus trifoliata a tree originally imported rom Japan and used for hedges L This tree being deciduous makes r the fall of sap in cold weather over r come the danger from frost which the orange tree as an evergreen otherwise suffers The trees are planted 200 to an acre and begin to bear the third year At five years old they bear from 500 to 600 oranges I These are sold here in flat boxes t holding from 150 to 175 oranges at 8250 a box the freight charge from the fatherest grove is 25 cents per box the commission 25 cents leaving a net profit of 52 from which growers say they can realize over S500 an acre One grove...

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