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IN THE CANAL ZONE
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HLSON SIGNS EXECTT1YJE ORDER
WT < KEATING IT. 1
m Names Goethals to be Governor.? ;
W President Picks Chief of Commission
to Head District.
Washington, Jan. 27.?Organization j(
of a permanent government for the (
Panama canal zone to supersede the (
isthmian can<*l commission. April 1,
^ was authorized by President Wilson j1
today with the announcement that the !i
M^^nominaticn of Col. George W.
^ethals to be first governor of the 1'
mma 'canal would be sent to the 1
Hrce in a few days.
j^Col. Goethals' idea of a "one man'' j1
y; ^government is carried out in the j1
executive order which was made pub- j'
lie by Secretary Garrison immediately
& after today's cabinet meeting. The I
X W authority of the governor will be suV
preme under the secretary of war.
Official notification of his selection
was cabled to Col. Goethals at Pan- 1
nma. Secretary Garrison, who told
^^Hhe colonel last summer that he would !
Wbe made the first governor, said he i
was confident there would be no ques- j
tion about acceptance. Col. Goethals (
W as governor is to receive $10,000 and jhe
now receives $15,000 as chairman j
I of the commission.
A >"ew Body.
^ Secretary Garrison annouced that
was proposed to resolve members of
He commission with the exception
Kol. Goethlls, into a new commisH
to arrange for and conduct cereHies
at the canal opening. ConBs
will be asked to provide the j
^^s today's executive order not only :
Hrminates the existence of the-canal j"
Bmmission April 1, but also the pres- j
ent organization of the werking force j
(in the zone, many army officers connected
therewith will lose the increased
pay they have been receiving
under the commission form of government.
The order authorizes the
I designation of several army officeis !
as well as a few naval officers for ,
duty in departments of the permanent !
canal government but tne act of congress
provides that they shall serve
at their regular army and navy salaries.
President Wilson sent out his reasons
for adopting the plan of government
provided for by his order in
the following memorandum:
"In constructing and carrying out
the foregcing order. I direct :hat it
be done with the following considerations
"I have deemed it advisable for
reasons of emciency anu auuu.u? w ,
L have all activities connected wita the i
Panama canal under the supervision j
HHp of one cabinet officer.
"The troops which will be stationed
flk on the canal zone lor the protect.on oi
I^the Panama caual aie under the secretary
of war; the Panama canal act
provides that in time of war an officer
of the army shall upon the or:;
W der of the president have exclusive
B authority over the operation of the
HP Panama canal and the government of
the canal zone; the construction of
the canal has been successfully carK
' ried on under the supervision of the
secretary of war; the logical concluoiz-.r.
ic thprpfnre. that the supervi
OAV'XA AO, VMV
I B sion of the operations of the Panama
B canal under the ?permanent organiB
zation should be under the secretary
B of war/'
S The president's order establishing a
v I permanent government for the canal
^^one creates these departments:
Operation and maintenance, pur
m chasing department, supply departWr
ment, accounting department, health
joff department and an executive secretries.
The department will be manned
fas follows: Maintenance, army engineer
officer; transportation, naval
officers; electrical engineer, army engineer
officer; captains of terminal
posts, naval officers; superintendent of
shops and dry docks, naval consiruc tor;
chief health officer; army medical
^^officers; superintendent of hospitals,
army medical officer; chief of the
r quarantine division, officer of the public
health bureau, and chief quartermaster,
Feeling of Kelief Comes to Panama.
Panama, Jan. 27.?The news of the
signing today of President Wilson of
an executive order establishing a pery
manent government for the canal
' zone, with Col. Goethals as governor,
^^^""Wate today reached Here ana Drougm a
i|.neral feeling of relief at the endz
^ of the uncertainty. When -word
1 ^conveyed to Col. Goethals that
j ^Vad been appointed governor he
essed pleasure, but declined to
I* iment in the absence of official
I ^ It is believed in official circles here
the plan submitted bj Col.
B^sto the. secretary of. nsn fcae
ioliwvvcd. T!.:> v.jnia u.'w tIi;rwenior
control of all i"ea,iun\s of .
he adniinistiaiio.n. the more imi> rl-;
iiii officials being either navy or army
tficers. experienced in tin* work of :
he departments of which they will |
Col. Goethals is understood to have
selected ("apt. Hugh Rodman of the
lavy as superintendent in charge of
he operation and navigation of the
" " 1 1
anal and -\avai i/uusu u^iui
.'. Xuttingham, Jr.. as superintendent
)f construction shops at Balboa and
elsewhere, succeeding Lieut. Col. ;
Traov C. Dickson. Constructor Xuttingham
has just arrived on the
Col. Goethals later said there would oe
no delay after he had received of- \
ficial notification of his appointment j
as governor in the reorganization of i
the canal force. He expressed grati- j
Rcation at the honor conferred on him j
by the president. J
Hitcbel Still Hopes.
Xew York, Jan. 27.?Mayor John ! j
Purroy -Mitchel today indicated tnat
the announcement of Col. Goethals' J
appointment as governor of the canal;
zone had not lessened his hope to have I
him become police commissioner of j
Sew York. He also stated that
through George W. Perkins, his emis- j (
sary, he had promised Col. Gcetlials 1
to have the salary of police commis- i
sioner increased, but that Col.
Goethals had said he wanted it to stay
at $7,500, as if lie took the place it
would be not for the salary, but for
the good he might be able to do.
A Grievous Error.
Count Emallup?They tell me Lord ;
Ballyrot had a narrow escape in
Duke Smixture?Yes, yes, y'know: i
while traveling in the wild and woolly j
West y'know, he became confused in i
his te^ms and called a cowgirl a heifer.
All persons indebted to the estate
of Mrs. Elizabeth Frances Blease, de- j
ceased, are notified to make settlement j
immediately with the undersigned. All
persons holding claims against said
estate will present same, duly verified,
to the undersigned for immediate pay-;
Bertha Blease Eison, j
Cannon G. Blease, j
Eugene S. Blease, j
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY,
Court of Common Pleas. !
Mary J. Miller,. individually, and as j
administratrix of the personal estate
of Martha A. Miller, deceased,''
Frances E. Lake, Nellie Miller, Hat- i
- - it Uomio \r ,
tie .Miner, ivaie >i. ru^c,
! Sprights, J. Preston Miller. Clarence
| G Miller and Agnes Heffner, Plain|
William W. Miller, John W. Miller^
George J. Miller, James F. Miller,
Haskell E. Miller, Lilla Stuck, Lucy
Leitzsey, Mamie 0. Miller and Florence
By virtue of an order of court here!
in. 1 will sell before the court house
v* 1 0 tVio "hip-hp^t hid
at .\ewuerrv, o. v,., ^
der. within the legal hours of sale, on
Monday, February 2nd, 1914, the same
I being selesday, all that 'piece, parcel j
j or tract of -land lying and being sit- j
uate in the County of Newberry, State j
of South Carolina, containing ninety- [
five and one-fourth acres, more or j
less, bounded on the north by land of i
J. F. Miller, east by land of Mary J. j
Miller, south by land of Mrs. George j
^""farort n.nri on the west by land of j
j Mrs. Frances E. Lake.
| Termsof sale: One-third c^sh and the
j balance payable in two equal annual
; installments, with interest from day ;
j or sale at the rate of eight per cent. j
! per annum, interest payable annually, j
I secured by a bond of the purchaser j
land a mortgage of the premises sold, I
: wirh leave to the purchaser to antici-1
pate payment of the credit portion in J
" > rmrt- the mortgage to pro- j
. W llUi'J w , m _
vide for payment of ten per cert, attorney's
fees in the event it has to
be foreclosed or placed in the hands
: of an attorney for collection. Purj
chaser to pay for papers and recording
H. H. Rikard,
Master Newberry County, S. C.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY,
Court of Common Pleas.
John C. Halfacre, individually, and as
Administrator of the personal estate
of Lula A. Halfacre, deceased,
I Paul S. Halfacre, Frank H. Half
acre and Eunice J. Halfacre Hipp,
Ruth Amelia Halfacre, et al., Defendants.
By virae o' an order of court herein,
I -vrill sell before the court house
j at $fcirfrer.ry, g. GL, to t&a highest bid
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arrange plans for communi
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Every farmer needs th<
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163 S. PRYOR ST., ATLANTA, GA.
I have just received
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cash, credit or will trc
Come and inspect tl
thinking of buying, ar
to offer you.
O A 1
Red Stable in Re
_ "Yes, daugh
my back is a
I as a:
"I was ill for a long time with a severel;
Liniraent and now I am able to be about i
cause I think you deserve a lot of credit
market and I shall always take time to
Chas. Rouse, Baltimore, Md.
At all Dealers?25c., 50c. and $1.00. SIo,
Address Dr. Earl S. SIcan, Inc.
der, within the legal hours of sale,
on Monday, February 2nd, 1914, the
same being salesday, all that piece,
parcel or tract of land, lying and being
situate in the County of Newberry,
State of South Carolina, containing
two hundred and ten acres.
more or less, bounded on the north j
by land of John C. Neel and Mrs. Mary
Norris, on the east by land of Lee Q.
Fellers, on the soutn by land of James
McCullough and a public road and
on the west by lands of John C. Neel j
and John C. Wicker.
Terms of sale: One-third cash and j
the balance astgaWe 5a tw* e^iar! am* j
J ^ I
^ busy farmer to keep
)d affairs even during
rail his neighbors in the
events of the day and
ty work after the crops
e help of the telephone.
rer or send a postal for
3W small the cost is.
a Carload of good,
lies that I will aell for
he Stock if you are
id see what I have
ar of Courthouse
m, Sprains I
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woman. I always keep a bottle
of Sloan's Liniment in the
bouse."?Miss Matilda Cotton,
364 Myrtle Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y.
Sciatic Rheumatism. ^
"We have used Sloan's Liniment
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When my wife had sciatic _
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Des Moines, Ioua. C
ikle Relieved. I c
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nual installments, with interest from
day of sale at the rate of eight per
-nny inmiTYl lfltorACi' Tia Vahlfi an
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nually, secured by a bond of the pur|
chaser and a mortgage of the premises
sold, with leave to the purchaser j I
to anticipate payment of the credit '
| portion in whole or in part; the mort- j
' gage to provide for payment of ten ! |
per cent, attorney's fees in the event j
it 'has to be foreclosed or placed in the t
hands of an attorney for collection. ,
Purchaser to pay for papers and recording
H. H. Rikard,
| Ifteter !#tewber*y S. & I
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sion and other high selling and over
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the following prices:
Among our tires are Diamond, <
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All Tires Guaranteed Fully. ]
Size Tire Gre;
38x3 $ 7.20 $1.65
30x3 7.80 , 1.95
30x3V2 10.80 2.80
31x3% 11.00 2.90
3?x3% H-90 2.95
34x3y2 12.40 3.00
30x4 13.10 3.10
31x4 13.45 3.20
32x4 13.70 3.35
33x4 14.80 3.50
34x4 16.80 3.60
35x4 17.25 3.75
36x4 17.85 3.90
34x4% 18.00 4.80
35x4% 18.75 4.85
36x4% 19.45 4.90
37x4^ 21.50 5.10
36x5 2-3.00 5.80
37x5 24.40 5.90
We Can Famish All Other Sizes Our
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Spring Oats, Barley,
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rlnol does old people, I am sure you
vould be unable to supply the denand.
I never took anything before
,hat did me so much good as" Vinol.
t is tho finest tonic and strength
:reator I ever used in my life."
If Vinol fails to build up the feeble,
)ld people, and create strength we
vill return your money.
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m ffif9i Breeds Millions
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: from the factories for tires in
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crot full vnlup vnn dr>n't have to
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tor's profit, salesman's commishead
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ur customers among them are
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[vantages of buying direct.
mobile months we secured some
and now offer our purchases at
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Vote These Prices Carefully.
y Red Reliner
3.10 1.90 f
4.20 2.70 ,
K At\ 3 1(\
cl.1V v. V
-Son Skid 10 Per Cent Higher.
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der. Send us trial order now.
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^ ^1 nrnminOTlt H Til ?l-*
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