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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Panama City pilot. — 12 March 1908

e S t 4 i Celery King At tin time of tip h1 frponn in 95 IlrJ E Pace of Saiuord waj an i orange king rated at something like 8500000 He woke up one morning to find himself virtually a pauper in the midst of fleeing paupersbut he was one of the few who possessed an inexhaustible supply of gritthe simonpure article When Sanford discovered celery Mr Pace adopted it petted it worked for it and with it and now can claim to be a celery king Grit did it This season he has forty acres in celery and expects to market at least 30000 cratesor 100 car loads Think of that On his home place on the banks of Lake Monroe Mr Pace has a solid patch of twentyfive acres of the prettiest thriftiest and altogether most satisfactory celery ever seen hereaboutand there are many fine crops near Sanford Crate stuff is now piled high at various points in the field and many men and boys are busy putting the crates together The material for 15000 crates is already on the ground and the amount of stuff will soon ...

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 March 1908

rv 7 > j J y < > Ir c it a ar r j I I PANAMA CITY I I I The Gulf Coast TERMINAL of the Atlanta St Andrews Bay Rail Road Other Railways Chartered With Terminus Here e Invest Here Now I I I I 1 1 i I Business Lots From 125 to700 t Residence Lots i i 125 to 1000 f r r TERMS I One Fourth down balance I ance in installments to suit itr k purchaser Ten per cent rir off for cash r i h ft The Nearest and Best DEEP WATER PORT A For the immense commerce that will be done with Cuba South America Central America The Panama Canal I I I I 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 r Eufaula Troy And all other points in the Central and Lower South to the Gulf J J Industries and Business Houses already Here I i i i < Bank Hotel Livery Stable Real Estate Office t Soda Water Factory i Cement B...

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 March 1908

J r ifY7 g r 11 IT t JH 4 L The Monroe Doctorin Some women take to authorinI spose they might do worse Though I dont reel off skeins of prose or spin out yards o verse My mind aint fixed on literture but Ezra reads the news An while he is discussin things I just set by an muse Idees dont seem to strike a man quite as they do his wife An what hits me the forciblist is ups an downs of life The changes of this world air proved I in an amazin way By somethin Ezra read out loud an talked about today I didt ask no questions but a car toon showed to me That some old English lady who owns land acrost the sea Camped out in Venzuely took a chill begun to pine An forren kentries stood around a watchin her decline Nobody tried to stop the spell from havin its full run Until her cousin Jonathan waked up to what was done An seein dangrous symptoms a carousin in her face He set Monroe adoctorin the melan choly case The cure was most miraklous he toned her up so quick Folks found it hard to realize...

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 March 1908

w C i m u u u II uTrxrx J uJ > i > rT < rXTriJ > n L Gay Locals 1 hr fci i j r kir b fCi < C J > O Jlii U S VrV C < J1jVJ WV L 0 Gay is ill with grip at present writing Little Jack Savage of Southport spent Sunday with Lee Porter A J and L C Gay spend most of their time in the woods these days Mr R L McKenzie Panama City was calling upon friends here last Sunday L C Gay and wife with Mrs Green spent a few hours at Bay Head last Monday Several drummers took dinner with L C Gay last Tuesday Capt Ware bringing them over from South port A Williams who is visiting his sister Mrs Harmon at Southport was a pleasant caller upon friends here last Saturday Dr Newton formerly of Bonifay now located at Southport Saturday purchased the drug stock of Mrs Booth and removed it to his office at Southport With the fruit trees and berry bushes putting forth their blossoms and the shade trees taking on their I soft and beautiful tints of green one is thoroughly impressed with the 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 March 1908

IW < 1 k j 1 l f Panama City Pilot r Vol 1 Panama City Washington County Florida March 19th 1908 No 43 I Beach Combings A J Gay of Gay was a Panama City visitor yesterday Y D H Harmon is very sick with typhoid pneumonia A H Brake of St Andrews was a business caller here yesterday S T Walkley of Holton Kansas I left for his home on last weeks Tar j f pon ponC Chandlee of Chipley Fla was I a very pleasant caller at the PILOT I office Wednesday Marion Jenks one of our popular I merchants left for Southport on a business trip yesterday Capt DeShazoo brought quite a crowd of St Andrews people here on last Friday Mrs A J Gay accompanied by her daughter Mrs W W Green of Gay If Fla are visitors here today Ben Steele of the A St A B R R with Engineer Howard came in yesterday and vill1 leave today Herr Schryer from Bremen Ger many accompanied by Mr and Mrs H H Boyer C6afc in on the Tarpon Wednesday B F Gainer utir esteemed county Superintendent of Schools is in th s vicinity today Do not f...

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 March 1908

7 i > H 7r h d g C T f i i 41 Panama City Pilot Published every Thursday 1it By The Panama City Pub Co G M West President and Editor TermsOne Year 100 Six Months 50c Rates for advertising on application Entered as secondclass matter May 30th 1007 at the post office at Panama City Florida under the Act of Congress of March 3 1879 PANAMA CITY FLA MARCH 19 1908 p If Bryan is Nominated I The chiefest probable factor in se curing his very possible election is not to be found in the platform on which he stands nor in his thorough knowledge of law and politics nor in the theories he so eloquently ex pounds nor yet in his strong inde pendent upright character Neither can it be attributed to the fact that the present incumbent has made some bold blunders and a few perhaps several mistakes thereby losing to his party the confidence of the people and reflecting discredit on the prin ciples it advocates It is of a simpler nature than any of these farther reaching in its effects It lies in ma...

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 March 1908

> I The States and the Timber Supply > A letter recent pr e1 hi trp f Philadelphia Press tells oi a ioiv Ct u f fifteen hundred acres of wellgrown f trees owned by William Jennings Wilkesbarre Pennsylvania The r trees are about thirty years old and i require about ten years additional a r growth to mature them For the pur pose of ta ation this property has been asse J ed at its pesent markej value pacng the owner under an obligation to pay taxes not only this k year but each year until cut not withstanding there is no annual in come and it can be marketed but once As the owner cannot afford this annual tax he has no choice but r to cut the tree before maturity This instance illustrates the prin r cipal obstacle to the propagatio 1 of qf forests for the use of future genera tions Tflus far natural forests have t furnished the people an abundance of cheap building material but the 5 5 r supply is so reduced that in a few yea s it practically will be exhausted f i Beyond doubt 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. — 19 March 1908

f7 c C d c 0 k 0 PANAMA CITY I o The Gulf Coast TERMINAL of the Atlanta St Andrews Bay Rail Road I Other Railways Chartered With Terminus Here A Invest Here Now Business Lots From 125 to 700 Residence Lots 125 to 1000 L TERMS One Fourth down bal ance in installments to suit purchaser Ten per cent off for cash I 4 The Nearest and Best DEEP WATER PORT r M For the immense commerce that will be done with Cuba I 1 South America J Central America 1 The Panama Canal I I I I I I PY I t f0t i II I I I j I I t I I 1 I I z S I i I I c i EL1 2 i µ i t y t + F 3 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 directa route from Birmingham Columbus Montgomery Eufaula Troy And all other points in the Central and Lower South to the Gulf Jl 1 Industries and Business Houses already Here c t Bank Hotel Livery Stable Real Estate Office Soda Water Factory Cement Bl...

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 March 1908

r I A t J r fl y Li 1 Southern Farm Opportunities i In the States that lie south of the Potomac the Ohio and the Missouri the stir of spring begins to be felt much earlier than throughout the corn belt or the spring wheat regions of the country For that very reason one must 1 begin early to look for the inklings of enterprise that indicate what the people are going to do for themselves Especially is this so after an autumn and winter of de V pression following a financial crisis Will the spell of the past still hang over them in their projects or will j they break away sufficiently to begin f a new deal Y The signs now are that a new deal is on especially along the lower Gulf regions and in the earlier cotton and t trucking districts There is nothing k like warm spring weather to wipe out I the memories of a business reversal because it takes sunshine to call people away from their loafing places where they discussed the doings of other people to the fields where they occupy their m...

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 March 1908

> 7 < 7 i µ 1 4 j i l i til l iIiJ 7 l Gromarston j G Mr Fradosia is still on the sick list Mr Howlet was a passenger on the mail boat Wednesday Miss Orandall spent Sunday with Mrs Doob The Miss Landgrafs are stopping at the hotel The Sunday school here is prepar ing for Easter Mrs Hamlin returned from St An drews Monday morning Willie Railsback took a party out to the pass Sunday afternoon Olio Todd and Mrs Ifamlin took passage on Tuesday nights mail boat Mr Maddox of Millville is spend ing a part of this week a guest of E Mosher Sunday Mr Crawford brought over a party from Panama City they called at the hotel Torn Allen with the Marguerat was unloading lumber here for Mr Hos kins Friday Capt Chas Forbes with his launch Usay carried a party to the island Friday to gather shells Mr and Mrs Weaver of Millville were spending a few days with friends on this side of the bay this week Mrs E Smith came home on the Tarpon last week bringing her sister Mrs Orcott of New York Mrs Hamli...

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 March 1908

p 1 r 0 i a w < i l Ji l I 4A n F c1 t QQ 4 I r V R < t 0 I 7 n Panama City h Pilot u n + S n n Vol 1 h Panama City Washington County Florida March 26th 1908 No 44 n J r Beach Combings G M West returned from Wash ington by way of Atlanta and Dothan on Sunday last Contracton Congdon who is work ing on the big fill south of Bayou George was a Panama City visitor Sunday A J Gay has spent some time here during the past week He re ports his tie business as moving a long in good shape Owing to the absence of the editor the boat number has necessarily been delayed We expect to get it out within two weeks It will be a beauty The lots belonging to the Baptist Church Society eave been cleared and the work of erecting a church building thereon will be commenced very soon llerr Schreyer of Bremen Presi dent of the German American Lum ber Company and II lL Boyer Vice t President were Panama City visitors on Saturday R L McKenie is making a trip to Youngstown to day where he ex pects to mee...

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 March 1908

ff cf f1 7 f a f t p r c Panama City Pilot 1I = = H I Published every Thursday By The Panama City Pub Co G M West President and Editor Terms One YearSlOO Six Months 50c Rates for advertising on application i Entered as secondclass matter May 30th 1907 at the post ofIlco at Panama City Florida under the Act of Congress of March 3 1879 PANAMA CITY FLA MARCH 26 190S Candidates With the incoming of Spring the crop of candidates begins to sprout and gather strength There seems to be something in the air at this sea son that causes an unusual number of good citizens to aspire to political honors For every office there are many candidates each feeling that they alone can successfully care for the dear people But though many are called but few are chosen The object of our writing is to call the attention of the people at this time to the great necessity of choos ing wisely and well among this field There never was a time when the country was in greater need of brainy and honest men at the h...

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 March 1908

e J i The Human Gait The Boston Transcript not long I since printed an explanation of BentKnee and StraightLegged styles of walking by Dr E H Brad ford given at the Harvard Medical school We believe it all so thoroughly that we put it in for our readers to enjoy The bentknee style was illustra ted by a photograph showing a man walking uphill his body considerably bent forward and his knees bent to correspond or to keep him from tumbling on his face as it was des cribed After describing the jar on the spine incident to the straight leg I stride which involves a sharp stamp on the heel in setting the foot down as well as a somewhat laborious play I I of the hips and swing of the arms all of which was declared fatiguing in the long run the lecturer conveyed the impression that in his opinion for long walks or marches the bent knee method by which the Jegs are alternately advanced to keep the body i from tumbling forward as it were I was the best He warned his auditors however that such...

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 March 1908

r i > t i r k 01 L r i I I St Andrews Bay TYe clpt1 < > fM I Tin0 v rttcn by Ralph Smith tL W t ngton correspondent of the Atlanta Journal from its issue of the 22nd Our readers will note that it has an At lanta flavor throughout but regard less of all that it is right to the point as regards the value of this harbor to Atlanta and other Georgia and Alabama points Washington March 21Through the efforts of Colonel Robert J Lowry H B Steele and W D Thomson of Atlanta assisted by Representative Adamson of the Fourth district the board of engin eers of the war department has or dered a survey of St Andrews Bay Florida in accordance with the pro visions of the rivers and harbors bill of the last congress Five thousand dollars was appropriated in tHe bill to defray the expenses of the survey I I but for some reason the board of en gineers held up the project The improvement of St Andrews Bay is of incalculable importance to Georgia and Alabama to say nothing of Florida and no cit...

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 April 1908

II > ri < = y I t 11 1 1 t I > t tF1 I l l ro1 co o H Panama City Pilot yl J Vol 1 Panama City Washington County Florida April 2nd 1908 No 45 Beach Combings W H Crawford went to Dothan on Sunday last I A I Hogeboom was a Chipley vis itor the fore part of the week Engineer Harwood of the A St A B R has been spending some days in our city The Eva was a caller at our 1 wharf on Monday taking on a load of lumber from the Panama City i Mill I Attorneys Dan Jones and Btiell Cook and Sheriff Allen were arrivals here in the legal line yesterday fore noon The Manteo came in from the west ward early Tuesday morning with a fair cargo of merchasdise and a heavy r passenger list i A large number of Spanish mack I erel have been seen off the Tortugas Our fishermen are hoping they are headed for this shore McKeirie Co have the material on their lot north of Second street with which to build a store building in front of the Bottling Works Z B Porter is putting in place the foundation for a...

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 April 1908

c 3 l c J l y c1h < tfr < r r > ii + 0 a MUTIUTCD R rT Panama City Pilot > > P Published every Thursday By The Panama City Pub Co G M West President and Editor TermsOne YearSlOO Six Months 50c Rates for advertising on application Entered as secondclass matter May 30th 1907 at the post oflicc at Panama City Florida under the Act of Congress of March 3 1879 > PANAMA CITY FLA APRIL 2 190 L What is the Matter with Groom The DeFuniak Springs Breeze in commenting upon Tom Appleyards candidacy for Comptroller asks what is the matter with Croom Mr Groom as Comptroller is the official upon whom devolves the duty of initiating assesments and taxation of railroads Right here in Washington county we have about fifty miles of railroad called on its Bills of Lading the Millville Sandy Creek R R not chartered but owned and operated by the German American Lumber Company and doing a general trans portation business This road is not assessed by Mr Groom thus escaping a tax upon some...

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. — 2 April 1908

1 e rT 1 F 1 T Z r r II > f eF 7 r r = r + xte c 1 t + j t I i I PANAMA CITY I ai 1 M or The Gulf Coast TERMINAL of the Atlanta St Andrews Bay Rail Road p ¼ x Other Railways Chartered With Terminus Here I I n 1 Invest Here Now Business Lots From i 125 to 700 I j r 1 Residence Lots i t 0 j 125 to 1000 1 I r 1i I 0 0 TERMS 1 1 One Fourth down bal 1 0 ance in installments to suit purchaser Ten per cent 1 1 off for cash 1I I The Nearest and Best I I t 1 DEEP WATER PORT ars + csa t For the immense commerce that will be done with t t Cuba I I I South America Central America I I I The Panama Canal I I t r < H V I 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 Y Industries and Business 1 1I Houses already Here I a 1 x...

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 April 1908

T c c ft t 10 J Hatching Points Again the chirp of 4 > o OIck is heard in the land Thy more early chicks we hear chirp in this section of the country the better it will be for both producer and consumer Increased production of early chicks means not only a better supply of broilers and friers but it means an increased supply of eggs for the fall and winter markets For the early hatched spring pullets make the next winter layers It is to our interest therefore that we get to work early hatching our spring crop If you are fortunate enough to be the pos sessor of a lot of hens having Cochin blood in them and have induced them to lay a few eggs you are al ready in shape for the hatching pro cess Early hatched chicks are more easily raised than the later ones Simply a start and they are off and growing nicely Its an old idea that any one can set a hen but I some times think there is about as much art in it as there is in operating an incubator In the first place you must be sure that ...

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 April 1908

> I I IP J r il C I 1l t r y I 4 Y IJ How Breeds of Poultry Have been t Developed To one who familiar with the dif ferent types of chickens to be found in a poultryshow room it seems t I almost incredible that these varieties M should have descended from one t t t parent source It is however thought by scientists that all domestic chickens have been bred from a single I species of jungle fowl of India L I This wild chicken is smaller than I I the common varieties and is colored I in a manner similar to the Black I r breasted game breed The habits of this bird are like those of the quail and prairiechicken both of which belong to the same zoological family j From its natural home in India the I chicken spread both oast and west I Chinese poultry culture is ancient j In China as well as in India the chief care seems to have been to I I breed very large fowls and from i these countries all the large heavily feathered breeds have been imported Poultry is also known to have been bred ...

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 April 1908

4 r x 4w ilf r f r Y 2 71i i dIr I 2 FY t 7 i L I r 1 r Gay TN a g Jj l r I L C Gay was in Millville last Sun day i I Miss Mabelle Willis spent Saturday with friends at Millville Miss Cora Melvin returning with her for a visit of a day or twoifti i d Ve regret thi rf esteemed Ik neighbor A J Gay and former fellow townsman R L McKenzie t could so conduct themselves as to 1 cause the blush of shame to mantle f the brows of their relatives and friends by getting within the laws clutches Our most earnest wish is that when they are sent up they may be given a soft job and that the 1 weight of the ball and chain may not be great Last Sunday the 29th was the an y of the birth of Mrs S W Anderson and Miss Jewel Booth the former being 73 years old and the latter sweet 14 They were in vited to celebrate the day by dining with Mrs Frank Ware at Bayhead and from what we learn the dinner was a feature of the occasion not to be easily for gotten In the evening a i few of the neighbors gathered at...

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