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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Panama City pilot. — 13 August 1908

F T > 1 ti i i 00 Jijl q Grapes In Italy and Switzerland t The traveler is very much struck by the diversity of methods employed in training the grape vines in Switz erland and Italy In the Lake Geneva section of Switzerland the European K grape grown mostly on American stock is planted two or three feet apart closely cut back to a head in I the winter and trained in summer to stakes four or five feet high The I surplus wood is removed in summer I and the three remaining canes simply tied to the stake The laterals are pinched back while the terminals droop down The growth is much weaker than that of American varieties In Italy one sees a great variety of i ways by which the vine is exposed to the sun and air Here it is more a question of providing a support than of distributing the vines for the sun i F light is strong ana penetrating In the Campagna near Rome fivefeet trellises are used in the south low stakes while in Lombardy and Um i bria a tree is planted to form a sup 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. — 13 August 1908

IlL 1 ij c 6 c h 4 TAIylC c i 4 i 111 rt Parker y W H Parker is surveying in Pana ma City this week Capt Willie Hill was a pleasant caller here one day last week The steamer Dewey made a business call here on Tuesday morning All the men folks are going or have gone fishing for the fall season Miss Jessie Hinson is visiting in St Andrews the guest of her brother Clyde Hinson Real estate in Parker is changing hands every day Three lots were sold on Monday Miss Galloway of Chipley was visiting her sister MrsW 0 Daniels of Parker the past week A D Campbell and family left for their home in Chipley on Tuesday morning after a months sojourn in Parker Parker is growing rapidly every one that comes likes the place so they buy a home and move here Keep coming Doctor Wilson came in Sunday from Sneads and will spend a few days with his family in the M G Post cottage The doctor loves to fish some himself Mr W F Pender wife and son of Sneads were arrivals on Tuesdays train They came up to J N Wi...

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. — 20 August 1908

> < I t < f I i 1 1 > do I FF The Against State the of World Florida Panama City Pi I 0 r Our Bps Bay Part Country c f Florida the Vol 2 u = = = = = = Panama City Washington County Florida August 20th 1908 = No 13 m d I 1MMA W T I t Beach Combings J I V Ni < V W i S X N P sj W H Parker was busy several days last week running out various streets here I I It is no unusual thing now to see fishing smacks taking o n ice at the 1 i ice plant i i Mr Ellis has been surveying for some days for Mr Harmon on his land east of Panama City It is reported that Bob Willard well known to our bay people died re I cently in T Jersey I I Dr J W Stanford R D Gay and Master Fred Gay of Cuth 1ert Ga ti are visiting A J Gay Dave Mabry the son of Justice Mabry of Tallahassee was a Panama I City visitor on Tuesday Mrs Shepherd and little daughter loft on Tuesday evenings train for a two weeks visit at Mobile I Quite an amount of fish are being If brought to the ice plant and shipped rt out by...

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. — 20 August 1908

< iF = T e = V s x F r I i r i f C j aw 7 1 II c Piiim City Pilot I u Published every Thursday By The Panama City Pub Co G M West President and Editor forms0no Year 100 Six Months 50c Rates for advertising on application Entered as secondclass matter May 30th 1907 at the post offlce at Panama City Florida ander the Act of Congress of March 3 1879 PANAMA CITY FLA AUG 20 1908 u c Roads and Water Ways One hundred years ago the United States Treasury under the able man agement of that wizard of finance Albert Gallatin was in such com fortable circumstances that his at tention was turned to the wisest way to care for the surplus With Thomas Jefferson Henry Clay and others the developing of the country through building a public highway from Cumberland Md to the capitol of Missouri and the im provement of the inland water ways along the Atlantic coast of Virginia North and South Carolina and Geor gia seemed to furnish an opportu nity that would be of national benefit and furnish the bes...

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. — 20 August 1908

1 Y A Trains now running into PANAMA CITY i The Gulf Coast TERMINAL of the Atlanta St Andrews Bay Rail Road t Other Railways Chartered With Terminus Here t r 1 r r t It jo Invest Here Now Business Lots From 125 to 750 I Residence Lots i i 150 to1000 1 TERMS J One Fourth down bal ance in installments to suit purchaser Ten per cent off for cash l The Nearest and Best DEEP WATER PORT L 2O7U1ln For the immense commerce that will be done with Cuba South America Central America The Panama Canal 0 r L lj < ii y1 t f 1y tjf J Sf r 1f l t j L 4jpw IIWL r n C 1 1 x y S w T 5 f k r 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 I South to the Gulf I I I II I 4 I Industries and Business Houses Already Here i Bank 2 Hotels I i Livery Stable r No...

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. — 20 August 1908

T V fIt 0 V 1 f = o LightFruiting Cotton President AnJrev Is Soule of the Athens Ga Agricultural College there has issued a bulletin on this subject He says Since the nutrition of the cotton seed is intimately associated with the formation of lint and determine large ly the quality and per cent of it ob tained from the crop the importance of fertilizing the land so as to stimu late the production of numerous large and vigorous seed is a matter that needs no further elaboration Experience indicates the need of a larger amount of mineral matter in soils where light fruiting cotton is grown and those who have tried the experiment of fertilizing at the rate of 500 to 1500 pounds and using com I binations of plant food containing G to 10 per cent of potash and phos phoric acid have obtained great bene fits from the practice The small amounts of plant food so frequently used can have but comparatively little effect on crop reduction Let us re flect for a moment There are 43560 I square fe...

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. — 20 August 1908

11 1 I > Y JI tr N if 1III rL 1 Jg r f f i H < y > r = > Tfm I J < rfu S II ffl y + I I I I I r r u fc r 1 1 C Callaway II McRogerson was a business caller at Parker Saturday Mrs Reynolds of Newton is visiting her daughter Mrs Wood I r Mrs J P Fox spent the day with lty Mrs Hinson at Parker Sunday M N Carlisle 1 attended Sunday a school at Millville Sunday p m Mrs Carlisle and daughter Lillian I f spent a pleasant afternoon with Mrs Della Washburn recently Messrs Alex Huggins and Horace I 6 Wood attended a dance at Parker I Saturday night They report a jolly time I The reporter of Callaway isnt realy dead and if you will pardon our past negligence we may possibly come I again A Mr Smith of Hartford Ala is I here looking over the turpentine in II j I terest of Covington Rogerson Co with a view of buying the same Our fishermen are hustling now The FoxWood crew captured eleven barrels of choice fish at one haul one day last week Dr A J Morris of Newton Ala after spending...

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. — 20 August 1908

1 = m r w 1 < t Y Y JT7 > e s F p t Y 5 A I t = = 1 7 L Farmdale 1 Wine making is the order of the day School will commence first of next month Last Sunday the Sunday school was largely attended There are several famlies who will move here as soon as they can rent or build houses to live in The Allan Bros keep their new launch pretty busy towing and taking the girls out riding on the beautiful bayWe We are not saying much here but doing a good lot of thinking At r present we are not on a big boom but expect to be before next spring Lots are selling here from 25 to 75 I 1 dollars each A lot will be given to parties who will build a house nn it r There is nothing small about us but our feet How about the canal from Apalachi cola river to the bay Why dont some one get up a petition asking for a charter Eyerybody will sign it Make a move somebody and start the ball rolling There is a good opening here for some one with a little money to build cottages for rent There is quite a dem...

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. — 27 August 1908

0 iii f k 0 t < d OS ills ± k y OTO 4 I I The State of Florida e Our Bay Country the Panama i Pilot Against the World oB ° st Part of Florida ed Vol 2 Panama City Washington County Florida August 27th 1908 No 14 I r Beach Combings J r 1 wO I M Rynearson was a business visi I tor here the latter part of last week Miss Lillian Carlisle of Callaway was a Panama City visitor on Wed nesday R L McKenzie returned Thursday evening from a trip through the eastern portion of the State Mrs Nettie Webb from Laurel Hill r Fla an experienced hotel manager has taken possession of the hotel at I Millville Our moat market has had some very fine beef lately Mr Grant is kept hustling getting in a supply but thus far he has done it The frame of Ed McKenzies house is up and it will soon be enclosed Ed will have a most commodious and prettily located house Another fish house is being erected on the ice companys dock here by a Mr Powell of Hartford Ala There is to be no lack of fish dealers here upon t...

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. — 27 August 1908

r J tR r 4 I i I t Panama City Pilot I Published every Thursday By The I Panama City Pub CoG I G M West President and Editor forms 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 AUG 27 1908 Jennings Appeal In another portion of this paper will be found an appeal of the Hon T A Jennings of Pensacola for contributions to the Democratic Na tional Campaign fund As is well known the Democratic party are striving to carry on this campaign through small contribu tions made by its members This is a praiseworthy method and should be responded to liberally by the in t dividual members of the party No campaign can be successfully carried on without money and the more money the more work per formed A dollar from every demo crat in the country would provide a fund that would enable the party managers to carry on such a cam paign as was ...

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. — 27 August 1908

J J I r T A Jenningss Appeal to i Florida Democrats To the Democrats of Florida The prospects for Democratic suc cess in the presidential election are = bright this year providing fche cam paign committee can secure sufficient money with which to conduct the 4 fight Funds are needed to defray the expenses of speakers to prepare and circulate literature and to prop erly present the Democratic policies and arguments to the public at large Mr Bryan the nominee and I Chairman Mack of the national com mittee have both issued appeals for popular contributions to the cam paign fund In some sections of the country these appeals are being heeded and the people are contribut ing in a very satisfactory manner We should do as well or better in Florida Florida is a Democratic state We do not have to make the fight here that is necessary in the doubtful states but we are as much or more interested in securing a democratic administration as they are For that reason we should raise money for use in...

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. — 27 August 1908

T 0 V j t J l T 1 ra llS 0 now 4 I runmn in 0 PANAPA CITY U The Gulf Coast TERMINAL of the Atlanta St Andrews Bay Rail Road L Other Railways Chartered With Terminus Here o I Invest Here Now Business Lots From 1 125 to 750 Residence Lots 150 to 1000 TERMS One Fourth down bal I I ance in installments to suit 1 1 1 purchaser Ten per cent i 1 1I off for cash I The Nearest and Best DEEP WATER PORT y5t1 For the immense commerce that will be done with Cuba South America Central America The Panama Canal I t V 5I M < 1 < 1 T < H L f 1 r I < tf i Itf 1 1 1 t 1 I S X 1 t 4 1 i r U i y a e L y LAPP dlk s4 4 3 7 s sL q View on the Gulf Beach PANAMA CITY is the terminal of the Atlanta I 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 0 Industries and Business Houses Already Here i Bank...

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. — 27 August 1908

r sQ T 9 5r F i f q > Vc r 11 U n A New Breed of Ducks I The newest thing in ducks is the Khaki the eggproducing duck of I England Whether they are more valuable than the Indian runner in 7 f a this respect remains to be seen t it is j asserted that the Khaki duck usually I lays more eggs than a good hen its average being over 200 a year This i I duck is in great demand for utility > purposes and has a very pleasing ap pearance It was evolved from a fine I < i r Rouen drake and a large Indian i runner duck to which was added i wild duck blood to give flavor and a hardiness i t I Ducklings can be hatched every I month in the year and no matter in Ii what month they come they can be f relied upon to begin laying at five I months old at least this is the asser tion of Feathered Life the English I I paper In carriage and general appearance this variety resembles the Rouen The color as indicated by the name is a yellowish fawn the neck of the drake wings and tail marked in imi t...

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. — 27 August 1908

r lr PI 1 n T I i rc 1 w I i r f J < > f jF r s r DY 1 to = + r = 04 te I V 1 f L CaUa a J M N Carlisle was in Millville Mon day on business Mr Daughtrie of Andalusia is visit ing in Callaway this week Mr Rhodes has just about finished gathering his scuppernongs A The rains of the last few days have been quite a blessing to our crois A railroad and ice plant and yet we see the lone fish hauler driving his oxen Mr and Mrs B A Rhodes had a very pleasant ride to Parker Sunday evening Miss Lillian Carlisle called on Mrs Rogerson and Mrs Wood and brother Friday evening r M N Carlisle Esq will leave the first of next week for Dothan Troy and other ponits in Ala Mrs N K Fox and little son of Parker spent Saturday and Sunday with their motherinlaw here We are pleased to note that the new stores of Pan am i City are get ing their stock straightened up ready for customers Mr A R Percival our mail carrier never make a miss on account of rain or sand Would that all our carriers were as pu...

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. — 3 September 1908

< Or ri1 r o h t J 1 t p O r2 0 < tP it r tl The State of Florida Our Bay Country the Panama City Pilot t Against the World Best Part of Florida I Vol 2 Panama City Washington County Florida September 3rd 1908 No 15 I Beach Combings f I I 12 Noon We are pained to learn from a tele 1 gram just received of the death at 5 oclock this morning in the sana tarium at Cordele Gaof our former tt townsman and postmaster Taylor Poston His sudden death came as a V shock and surprise to his many I friends here Further particulars will be given in next weeks issue R Several cars of timber for the rail t way dock have been brought in this week Mr Thomas representing the Avery t f Hardware Supply Co came in on t the Tarpon yesterday y Mr W A King of Roanoke Ala was looking over Panama City and 1 the bay country this week tJ Mesdames A H Allen and J A Spiva of Millville were pleasant callers at the PILOT office yesterday Messrs Oliver Johnson of Colum 1 bus Ga and O Johnson of Phenix Ala were ...

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. — 3 September 1908

f h b t 2 1 Panama City P lot Published every Thursday By The T Panama City Pub Co G M West President and Editor Terms One Year100 Six Months 50c r Rates for advertising on application p I w Entered as secondclass matter May 30th I 1907 at the post otllcc at Panama City Florida tinder the Act of Congress of March 3 1879 i I PANAMA CITY FLA SEPT 3 190S I = = = = = = = = = = = i Three Cheers and a Tiger I The PILOT feels like resurrecting its red and black rooster and allow ing him to again crow for the whole t bay country for after many weeks 1 effort and years of waiting our bay A country has at last received attention from the powers that be and we have a regular daily mail service Persistent and aggressive action upon the part of the PILOT with per sonal appeals to the officials has re sulted in the initiating of a daily ser I vice between Panama City and the outside world thus putting the bay I country in touch in a business and social way with the remainder of the world As brief...

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. — 3 September 1908

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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. — 3 September 1908

T = t x i A r t r Americas Amazing Agricultural Ad vance The increase in the value of farm property of 88000000000 between 1900 and 1907 is nearly nine times as great as the aggregate national banking capital of the United States It is j more than onehalf as large as the i total capitalization bonds and stocks included of all the railroads in the United States It is nearly three times as large as the aggregate sav ingsbank deposits of the whole country Think for a moment of the increase simply seven years incre ment in the value of farm property being nine times as great as the total national banking capital of the United States three times as great as all the savingsbank deposit accu mulated during all the past and half as large as the entire capitalization of all the railroads of the United States f into which the surplus money of the land has been pouring for over three quarters of a century In all the records of American de velopment nothing is more remarka ble than the advance ...

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. — 3 September 1908

c r f i J J 1 u Public Speaking by County Candi i dates I The candidates of the Democratic party in Washington county will ad dress the voters on the issues of the nay at the following places on the days and dates mentioned below Ebro Tuesday Sept 1 730 p m Point Washington + Wednesday Sept I 2 730 p m Vest Lay Friday Sept I 4 9 a m Southport Saturday Sept j 5 + 730 p m + Bayhead + Wednesday r Sept 16 10 a m St Andrews Thurs day Sept 10 + 730p m + Panama City j Friday Sept 18 730 p m Parker Saturday Sept 19 at noon Millville Saturday Sept 19 at 730 p m I i The good people in the vicinity of the above named places are cordially invited to come out and hear Good Old Democratic Doctrines discussed by men who stand for the principles enumerated by Jefferson and compounded I pounded by the greatest Commoner William BryanVerdict Chipley I Notice I Treasury Department State of Fla Office of Comptroller Tallahassee I WHEREAS by satisfactory evidence presented to the undersigned it has been ...

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. — 3 September 1908

17 VTt < C9 I 11i 1i j i iv c r tF I I l t T t nr 4 i w + I Cromanion y Rev Wineman preached here on Sunday Rain rain isnt it fine just like Fall time I Mr Schermer was a business caller I i here this week Mrs Ecker and family returned from r Birmingham Sunday 3 Mrs E C Spicer of Millville spent f Wednesday with home folks Mr Surber of St Andrews has just k completed repairs on the hotel Mr Raffield of Millville spent the f day Saturday with Mr Railsback Frank Hoskins and Aud Spicer made a business trip to Millville on f Monday I i Mr and Mrs Surber of St Andrews spent the day with Mrs Pierce on Wednesday r Miss Nellie Russell who is teaching at Auburn came on the mall boat E Saturday to spend Sunday with Mr j Jas Russell her father > t Miss Carlisle has put a fine object k before the people in the plan for the f canal We hear some strong support r to her plan on this side t r The shingles for the new school I house have come and the lumber is li ordered so the children are lo...

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