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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Panama City pilot. — 23 January 1908

w if I I j Railway Situation f i A recent review of the railroad sit uation written in a very fair able l and comprehensive manner close lit with the followirg j Nevertheless the fault cannot be j 1 altogether that of the railroads While calling them to account while de I manding that they put their business upon a basis of square dealing of efficient operation and of wide pub licity let us at the same time admit that in large degree such deficiencies and such evils as have developed I among them are the result of condi tions forced upon them The country f and by the country we mean the shippers the travelers the bankers the whole body of the people are just as much responsible for railroad irregularities and the evils as the railroad men themselves In fact I they are more so Powerful shippers I were more responsible for rebates than railroad officials Corrupt poli ticians were more responsible for passes than railroad tanagers The feverish eagerness of the people for quick transpor...

Publication Title: Panama City Pilot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Panama City pilot. — 23 January 1908

t i t1 r n = C I i b 4 11 Continued from 1st Page Charter Members and first officer I were as follows I S F Walkley W M E B Laughton S W L J Chadderton J W W 0 Donalson Treas J A Donlason Sec C W Forbes S D V J B Manger J D P i II arc I lUg Tyler 1 lodge room was made out of the ord story of a store building erect Ch ly Mr Parker and their meetings I i have been held therein ever since i The present officers are as follows W H Parker W M Mac E Rogerson S V I Ii MlBoutelle J W U W Forbes Treas iI Pt E Palmer Sec j C L Joiner Chaplain j D W Nixon Marshal I P F Parker S D H MSpicer J D J W Brown S S JikeMelvin JS I I II K N Fox Tyler The regular meetings of the Lodge ITQ held on the first and third Situr ii lys in each month at two p m K jhe lodge at present is in good work i tg condition having some fort I embers i Until the Legislature of last year i p used a confiscatory license law W i d Parker operated ship ways and a blacksmith shop at this point These were a great accommodation ...

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. — 30 January 1908

fO ii J rs I J I 1M I 1 J < i ff Ci I r i fir f J Panama City Pilot Vol 1 Panama City Washington County Florida January 30th 1908 No 36 I Beach om n s < < W H Parker was a pleasant caller at the PILOT office on Monday C E Fuller of Montgomery Ala was an arrival on yesterdays Tarpon A J Gay has now a large crew at work getting out ties for the A St A B R R W W Green and wife were visi df tors in town this week having driven 1 down fromGay The Tarpon arrived at noon yester 1 day with a good load of freight and a nice passenger list The term of court here this week I was held in the office of the Panama City Real Estate Company The Sharpshooter Ed Masker in charge called at our dock on Wed nesday en route to Millville i Mrs Belle Booth with little Irma Peterson have been visiting Mrs G + a H McKenzie a couple of days this week On Tuesday Roswell Gay with the Regal took the Juanita from here to Gay where some work will be done on the boat 1 The Simpson came in on Monday with tw...

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. — 30 January 1908

< n N p S r r r u s f Panama City Pilot I h I Published every Thursday By The Panama City Pub Co I i Terms One Year 100 Six Months 50c Rates for advertising on application Entered as secondclass matter May 30th 1907 at the post office at Panama City Florida under the Act of Congress of March 3 1879 PANAMA CITY FLA JAN 30 1908 n The Sunnyside Case An extensive plantation in Missis sippi is known as the Sunnyside plan tation It has employed many foreign workmenespecially Italians Com plaint reached the Italian Minister at Washington that Italians were being held there in a condition bordering upon slavery He requested an in vestigation which was made and the U S Government found sufficient evidence to institute a case against the owners under the peonage statutes The case having been thoroughly worked up was presented a grand jury in the county in which the plan tation is located and the result was a refusal upon the part of the jurors to bring in a bill against the mana gers The G...

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. — 30 January 1908

x srr + r k + SS r 1 w 4 rrir So > rerr 1 P r F i I Commissioner Ballin orof tie Get I eral Land Office has completed hs I annual report to she Secretary of the Interior for submission to Congress He asks an appropriation of 8500000 to carry on the field work of his bu reau in the protection of the public lands an increase of 8250000 over the current appropriation The totals of I moneys recovered by the Govern ment on all special agents cases was 8386251 and 2372223 acres of land was either freed from fraudulent claims of title or released from un lawful inclosure and occupancy The commissioner states that the present force of agents is sufficient to handle only about onehalf of the work in the field The way young Senator Bryan comes back at the Ocala nest egg on his history position demonstrates that whatever may be the young mans deficiencies in other respects ignorance of the history of his own country is not one of them The state press will be interested to see what answer th...

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. — 30 January 1908

S t F PANAMA CITY The Gulf Coast TERMINAL of the Atlanta St Andrews Bay Rail Road I Other Railways Chartered With Terminus Here t T 1 I 1 I 4 I I I Invest Here Now I I I I I I I I F S J 1 Business Lots From I I I I J I I I 125 to 700M M I II I I I I I 0 I J r 1 Residence Lots 125 to 1000 i j TERMS One Fourth down bal I ance in installments to suit purchaser Ten per cent off for cash r The Nearest and Best DEEP WATER PORT For the immense commerce that will be done with Cuba South America Central America The Panama Canal i View on the Gulf Beach PANAMA CITY is the terminal of the Atlanta 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 Birmingham Columbus Montgomery Eufaula Troy And all other points in the Central and Lower South to the Gulf E I I Industries and Business Houses already Here I I I I I J Bank I Hotel i Livery Stable I t I Real Estate Office Soda Water Factory I Cement Block Pla...

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. — 30 January 1908

I ft v F1 w I J m ii I i i TT s a What Railroads Do r Maj WLt Glessner commissioner of immigration of the Georgia South ern Florida Railway in an inter view H in the I Macon Telegraph about thq YPlipf his road brought out some facts indicating what railroads generally accomplish for the sections Y through which they run He said The prosperity of a railroad and especially a local line depends almost entirely upon I population It isthe people who travel who buy and sell who produce and consume wljp make business for a railroad i When the Georgia Southern was built it ran I through but two towns in Georgia between Macon and Val dosta a distance of 150 miles and neither of them exceeded in 150 in population so you can see that the country was sparsely settled Today we have I 25 towns in that distance f I ranging in population from 150 to 5000 That portion of the counties of Dooly Worth Irwin Berrien and Lowndes through which the road ran was virtually an unbroken pine forest The iA incr...

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. — 30 January 1908

< 1 < e m n c < < < I i Jiii 0 r I I 0 d r General IMtWS I Carrie Nation is campaigning about Braidentown Fla The Post Office receipts of De Funiak Springs for 1907 were 8476167 One third of the wealth of the world is assigned to the forest indus tries Gladys Vanderbilt was married on Monday in New York to Count Szechenyi J D Rockefeller and family have arrived at Augusta Georgia to re main during the winter The election of officers by the Grand Lodge F A M of Florida resulted in the reelection of all of the old officers A cyclone passing through portions of Tennessee last Sunday caused much destruction of property and some less of life The National Bank of North Ameri ca one of the largest of the New York Banks failed to open its doors Monday morning The Louisville Nashville Railroad Company has announced a general reduction of forces in the machine shops along its lines It has been brought out by debate in the United States Senate that slavery of the old fashioned k...

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. — 6 February 1908

tr i r T NTC j TVJlJ7 f IS i i I v j Panama City Pilot I V1 Panama City Washington County Florida February 6th 1908 No 37 Beach Combings Miss Waver Mock has been quite ill this past week R L McKenzie was an out bound passenger on Fridays Tarpon W A Crawford left on Saturday last for a short visit to Dothan Rev Hastings held services here on Sunday last at 11 a m J W Wood of Eufaula Ala came in on the Tarpon and is stopping at the hotel J B Hogeboom has been on the sick list this past week suffering from a severe cold The Tarpon came in yesterday noon f with a good cargo of merchandise and fair passenger list f Mr and Mrs W W Green came down from Gay yesterday and are I visiting friends here Rev F Wineman will preach here I in the school house tomorrow Friday night at 7 oclock I f 4 I Mrs M B Jenks and her sister I Jliss L M Tuthill of St Andrew i were Panama City visitors yester I day Mrs G L Fenters was an outbound r passenger on yesterdays Tarpon en route to Georgia where she will...

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. — 6 February 1908

r p v r r I i I I I I r r J s + s a 4 IT t5 1IkYM1jr7t v l aM1rat I 0 rr 0 0 r 1 4 f w Y w d u 0 1 J 0 + 1 a h c i t f I 4 v n Panama city Hlot Published every Thursday I By The j Panama City Pub CoG fS > G M West President and Editor l Terms One Year 5100 Six Months 50c I Rates for advertising on application Entered as secondclass matter May 30th 1907 at the post office at Panama City Florida under the Act of Congress of March 3 1879 H PANAMA CITY FLA FEB 6 1908 Retrospective The panic is over Here and there throughout the country is being pre sented afterpieces but the time has arrived when the people can calmly look over the battle field and retro spectively examine into the cause of the financial cyclone its effects and the part taken therein by the masses and the Government One does not have far to go to find the cause of the upheaval Graft thievery disreputable business me thods discovered existing among ti t those who held positions of public trust led to loss of confidenc...

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. — 6 February 1908

< t e e w 4 g 1 A s n or c Financial Conditions dta11dng out conspicuously in the developments of the week are two featuresthe plethora of money and the marked retrenchment in business Both should have been anticipated and the uneasiness thereat have been discounted by the usual Wall Street method There were other incidents having their bearing on the financial and in dustrial situation none of them either very good or very bad and none of t em coming as a surprise The lowering of the discount rate by the Bank of England and the Bank of France as well as by other European banks give tone to the monetary re laxation but those brisk traders who thought they saw a steady upward movement in stocks with the advent of money in abundance will have a period for reconsideration Events of last week demonstrated that the stock market cannot be unduly braced up in the face of other and natural opposing conditions We have arrived at the second stage of the revivalthe necessary post panic indu...

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. — 6 February 1908

r f J I y xry w r til I > J 1 F PANAMA CITY fii C fiif r k1i i wM The Gulf Coast TERMINAL of the Atlanta St Andrews Bay Rail Road i 1 1ii t t i I i iif Other Railways Chartered With Terminus Here r V 1 1 Invest Here Now I I Business Lots From I q > 125 to 700 f t i s r f j i Residence Lots I i 125 to 1000 jI I I I 1 1 1 1I TERMS II I I I One Fourth down bal ance in installments to suit 1 2 1 1i purchaser Ten per cent I I I off for cash The Nearest and Best DEEP WATER PORT I IW 1 I I For the immense commerce that will be done with Cuba I South America Central America The Panama Canal 1 i mt ITi i rf 1 a u t 0 I F I I I t e l I 1V II f 1 1 i yC 4 F y 7 s y f r 1 S yr t s i 44 4 1Z View on the Gulf Beach j PANAMA CITY is the terminal of the Atlanta St Andrews Bay R R the shortest and best route from Atlanta to tide water Less than 260 miles as the crow flies Equally I as direct a route from Birmingham Columbus Montgomery Eufaula Troy And all other points in the Central and Lower ...

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. — 6 February 1908

+ c s + W grx r + arc ua + r r + W vei SV I I L i 4 < i4 4 I r fc fcY if n Un I Business Recovery To Date This is a wonderful country and its financial system thoroughly matches Thus nine weeks ago we were in the midst of panic money could not be borrowed save at rates prohibitive of profitable business bank reserves were under the laws requirements r1 extraordinary relief measures had to be taken by the Government and by captains of financea panic in the midst of prosperity too severe a IIfs Ifs strain in financing record volume of industry all but collapse European I t bank rates rose all aroundmoney or credit famine and distrust and r liquidation were worldwide Now 1908 is scarcely started and fi call money in Wall Street quotes at II two per cent it was fifteen per cent 4 and higher in late November time money can be had at six per cent and I lesspractically unobtainable then I From a 554000000 deficit under re I serve requirements in nine weeks the t New York Clearing House ...

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. — 6 February 1908

f rE p I II 1 > < m t < < ji I Y fiji Iii S General News wS 1 I Parliament was opened by gin Edward January 29th The Pacific Fleet is reported as being near the Straits of Magellan Lieutenant Governor Sanders won in the Louisiana primaries for Gov ernor The Mechanics and Traders Bank of New York closed its doors on the 30thRear Rear Admiral Cowles announces that the Pacific Fleet is going to Manilla The New York Republican County Committee endorsed Hughes for the Presidency It was 28 degrees below zero at Duluth January 29th and 32 below at Superior Wis The Peoples State Bank of Pensa cola has been changed to the Peoples National Bank It is stated that the Apalachicola Northern Railway will locate its shops at Apalachicola Tarpon Springs suffered from fire on the night of January 28th to the extent of about SC5000 E W Irvine of Lake City Fla has announced himself as a candi date for railroad commissioner I The urgency deficiency bill carry ing an amount of over 823000000...

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. — 13 February 1908

7 j < J < i 1J C J i t C J L t e ti r F > J 3f ft S 1 < 1 W Lf J ij > 11 j W tt r i Panama City Pilot I L Vol 1 Panama City Washington County Florida February 13th 1908 No 38 Beach Combings < w vw wwwwsv www < w www Boat Number The PILOT proposes to get out a Boat Number which will give the his I tory of boating upon St Andrews Bay with many illustrations of boats of the present and past We desire the help of all those interested in this subject and would particularly re quest that those having pictures of the first boats upon the bay such as the steamer St Andrews Bay Gen Dix Cumberland Gulf City or old schooners loan them to us that we may get half tones from them We also want pictures of typical boats of today The number will be a hum I mer and one that will greatly in terest all who enjoy boating on this bay or ever expect to Give us a helping hand ye boatmen J M Sapp of Vernon was on our streets on Friday last T B D Gainer was transacting business in our ci...

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. — 13 February 1908

r i r Panama City PilotI I I Published every Thursday By The Panama City Pub Co G M West President and Editor Terms One Year100 Six Months 50c Rates for advertising on application Entered secondclass matter May 30th 1907 at the post office at Panama City Florida under the Act of Congress of March 3 1879 PANAMA CITY FLA FEB 13 L90S Southern Water Power As an undeveloped source of wealth to the Lower South probably no one thing equals the power that can be developed through the improvement of the many streams having their 1 heads in the great Appalachian region of the Upper South With modern methods of trans mission of power through electricity every horse power in this entire sec tion can and will be utilized It has been estimated by some that there are available in the region referred f to 3500000 horse power As yet but 352000 of this enormous power has been developed or but one tenth of t the available amount The cost of this power is stated to be less than one half that furnished ...

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. — 13 February 1908

Y > 1 r t > > r i j t li 1 I S y 8 f f f i Florida An Arid Waste In A raw Yelps The rri cT r < < or llie destruc tion of a world industry on account of their very magnitude seem remote So writes George C Calhoun in the Technical World Magazine for Febru i ary The average person can hardly conceive of either as possible in this I a age of scientific and commercial ad Ft vance But today in the United a 1 States of America both are not only k ° possible but even imminent Unless k the forests of Florida can be pre I served from the destruction which threatens them a few years will see the state arid waste and the great naval stores industry a thing of the I past Comparatively a short time ago the r great bulk of Floridas natural resour ces was absolutely untouched and among these one of the most import r > ant was her vigin forests of pine covered the entire peninsula and con stituted the repository of uncounted q > millions Side by side two great in X dustries deve...

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. — 13 February 1908

I C fft 1 4 + PANAMA CITY I c 0 fr The Gulf Coast TERMINAL of the Atlanta St Andrews Bay Rail Road I Other Railways Chartered With Terminus Here i iW Invest Here Now I Business Lots From J i tIt H 125 to 700 f t I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 i Residence Lots j 1I 125 to 1000 TERMS One Fourth down bal ance in installments to suit purchaser Ten per cent off for cash 1 The Nearest and Best DEEP WATER PORT For the immense commerce that will be done with Cuba South America I Central America The Panama Canal I I I L ctL I View on the Gulf Beach PANAMA CITY is the terminal of the Atlanta 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 Birmingham Columbus Montgomery Eufaula Troy And all other points in the Central and Lower South to the Gulf i i i Industries and Business i i i i i i i Houses already Here Ir I i i II Bank Hotel Livery Stable Real Estate Office Soda Water Factory 1 t Cement Block Plant r S Saw ...

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. — 13 February 1908

I > c c C 4 7 4 it 111 > j s i c I sn Chaos In the Party Some years ago certain statesmen succeeded in securing recognition of N their charge that a state Democratic convention voted at the bidding of certain corporations and the only possibility of killing the bosses was to adopt the primary system Now we have the claim that none but rich men are available as candidates be cause of the cost of the primary can vass while another effect is thup stated by the Southern Argus We contend that there should be a platform to direct and control state and county governments and the legislature and also to answer satis factorily and definitely the question What is a Florida Democrat I As shown in our last issue chaos prevails at present as far as state party principles are involved As far as the outside world can see a Florida Democrat is a man who I has a thirst for office is agin cor porations and the nigger and vo l ciferously loves the deah people f A candidate seeking popular en I d...

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. — 13 February 1908

II r > 1 1 U ci 1 f a 1 < M Kir I I r General News 1 Friday February 7th was Arbor Day in this state Eighteen inches of rain fell at Chat tanooga on the 10th The cruiser Montgomery is expect ed in Pensacola soon The telegraph lines in Pensacola f are being placed underground John Sharp Williams has intro duced a minority currency bill Six comic floats are being prepared for the Mardi Gras at Pensacola Carrie Nation is now in Jackson ville She may visit Pensacola during Mardi Gras Counsel for Scudamore on trial in Pensacola have asked for a lunacy commission Secy Taft is making a western trip in the interest of his candidacy for the presidency The preachers of Chicago are or ganizing to wipe out the white slave traffic in that city The Spanish are planning an ocean race for next summer over the route taken by Columbus Franco the recent premier of Por tugal has escaped from that country and is now in Paris Eighty four counties in Illinois will vote on the question of prohibition...

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