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A New Newspaper Begins Publication
The talk of a Blease organ has ma
terialized. The News-Scimitar is the
name of a weekly which began its
career at Greenwood on last Friday,
by the News-Scimitar Publishing com
pany, W. T. Crews, editor and man
ager, W. P. Beard and B. L. McDowell,
associate editors. The writer has no
acquaintance with the associate edi
tors, but from a life-long acquaint
aiceship and several years' associa
tion with the managing editor he is
prepared to say that V. T. Crews,
"Bose" as he is call.ed in every nook
and corner of Laurens county, "V. T.
Fose" as Billie Gilkerson calls him,
will make good in the largest scope
of the word. Possessed of a prodi
gious memory, natural ability, and a
keen intellect, nothing escapes him.
He is the best watchman on the tower
this writer has ever known. He has
an inexhaustible supply of ammuni
tion and his mind is a combination of
storehouse and workshop. He has
facts at his command that he can
bring forth in a wonderfully short
space of time, and he is always pre
pared for an argument. He has his
ideas and opinions under consistent
control and is vigorous and original
in his utterances.
Of Mr. Beard the writer knows by
reputation, and judging from the salu
tatory which is writteif by, him he
will match well with the editor-in-chief
who is- a natural born political writer
and would rather write and talk poli
tics than eat-and he likes to eat all
right. That the News-Scimitar is for
3Blease first, last and all the time is
:a sure fact.' Here is a paragraph from
The editors of this paper, being
tien of indepeident minds, under' ob
liga,tions to no clique or clan, or in
dividual, and entirely free to make
their choice of political leaders' for
the next primnary election,_and having
a desire to assist in fighting the bat
tles of the people in their coming
struggle with the forces of folly, have
for that reason and in furtherance of
that policy placed themselves under
the conquering banner of Blease, and
will with the help of God and the
~support 'of the people, endeavor to
* sustain his administration, which we
heartily endorse, and strenuously ad
vocate his re-election to the governor
'ship in 1912."
"Bose" Crews, as associate editor
of the former Laurensville Herald, has
'been in ithe limelight. Now 'as editor
in control he can have unlimited libo
erty for the exercise of his powel's
and he will perform his duties re
gardles of consequences, as he is fear
l1ess in his statements- and charges.
TIhe News-Scimitar has a mission-it
speaks~ of the lines bein'g drawn be
tween "the friends of treedom and the
-florces of folly." The new paper will
cause some papers to sit up and take
notice, and although sqme of the big
dailies may treat i-ts del verances with
majestic silence the -way in which
the News-.Soimitar is going to shred
the articles of the opposition will be
a lesson in political economy. The
old Laurensv-ille 1Herald, with which
Bose Crews had~ omething to do, li
'ed up Laurens county for Please.
Watch "Greenwood grow greater"~ in
this direction under the lead of the
News-Scimitar, in whose cohinmis
there is to be som?thing r1iig and
somebody at home in the way of
mighty interesting reading, "ri:mn, rue
and racy" reading. Ther-e were ai
ready two papers in Greenwood city,
the Index and the Journal, the lattee'
of which lAas a little br ..uch daily.
The scalp of the Journal's editor par
ticularly is in danger of t.he po"litic.al
electricity fronm the oaztery oi the
Following is a clippi.ig fronm the
irst issue of the new pap er whic.n ex
"It looks as if the Hon. Bose Crews
s going to follow up the Ilon. Cip
Featherstone to Grecus ~ood.--Andier
"Our coming to Greenwood, con
temporary, .just at this time, is mere
1y a co-incident, and attributable to
death. We -will say, however, that we
have not come here to make any fight
on Mr. Featherstonle. and will further
say, that if the newspapers had shown
' alf the good sense that Mr. Feather
stone has exhibited since Gov. Blease's
election there would not now be the
bitterness that exists among the op
ponents and supporters of Gov.
Very prettily and very wisely and
timely said, but nevertheless and not
withstanding, that eliminated, when
the great political battle of 1912 is at
its height, W. T. Crews, who can see as
ar through a mile stone as any ten
ien, will have his inning with the
l'friends of freedom"~ against the
forces of folly," as alliterated by the
ve-Smar,n when the said forces
are moving heaven and earth in their
efforts to "bell the cat." The suns of
Jupiter, the moons of Mars, the rings
of Venus and the satellites of Saturn
may swirl in the immensity of space,
but the News-Scimitar, with the
matchless team at its head, will sail
the political mill pond to the con
sternation of the entire opposing fleet.
No keener, quicker, more active, more
consistent and persistent fighter could
have been selectd. The editor of the
News-Scimitar is a war horse whol
scents the battle from afar and loves
the smc-Ne. And he won't run from
zhe danger of it.
-TIHE CLANSMAN" IN RICH3OND.
Enthusiastieally Received in Opening
in Rihelimond of Tour of South
Special to The Herald and News.
Richmond, Va., Sept. 21.-A big re
vival of Thomas Dixon's famous play,
"The Clansman," was staged here to
night at the Academy of Music. The
large audience and the enthusiasm
with which the revival was received
tends to show that "The Clansman"
has lost none of its former popularity.
The play appeals strongly to Southern
patriotism, and the audience here to
night was vociferous in their ap
plause, often resorting to 'cheers and
hisses. In fact, the usual demonstra
tion which attends upon all perfor
mances of "The Clansman" was in
Th? author, Thopaas Dixo., was
brought before the curtain and com
pelled to make a speech.. He respond
ed with characteristic readiness, and
delivered an entertaining address. Mr.
Dixon will accompany the orgaaia
tion on its tour through Virginia and
The revival product starts upon a
tour of the imnportant Southern cities.
The Fans on Politics.
Willis-Do you think a man should
be allowed to hold the highest honor
in the United States more than four
Gills-Sure thing! I say, if a man
can top the league in batting for 10
or even 15 years, let him stay in the
game for the good 'of the sport.-Puck.
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Visiting brethren cordially invited.
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J. H. Baxter, Sachem.
Cateechee Council, No. 4, D. of P.,
LO. . .,
Meets every Tuesday night at 8
o'clock. ,0. Klettner, R. C.
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR AP
POINTMENT OF PUBLIC GUAR.
Notice is hereby given that the un
dersigned will make applicatioi to
Hon. George W. Gage, Circuit Judge,
in the Court of Common Please, at
Newberry, South Carolina, on the 18th
day of September, 1911, at 10 o'clock
in the forenoon, for the appointment
of the Judge of Probate of Newberry
County as Guardian of Sallie Beam, a
minor of the age of fifteen years. and
Sampson Beam, a minor of the age of
thirteen years, both residents of New
berry County, South Carolina, who are
entitled to an estate of about two hun
dred dollars each, consistifig of an in
terest in a life insurance policy on the
life of their father, the late Samuel
Beam, and a small amount of person
alty. The said minors have no gener
al or testamentary guardian, and no
fit, competent or responsible person
can be found who is willing to assume]
the said trust.
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situate in Township No. 9, the same
being the property of Mrs. Mary F.
Dominick, bounded by lands of estate
of D. S. Conwill, Thos. J. Boozer, Jno.
W. Dominick and vtliers. This tract
has been subdivided into several smal
ler tracts ranging lrom 40 to 60 acres.
Plats of same can be seen by appli
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on said place. If not sold at private
sale will be placed on the market sale
day in November.
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Agent for Mrs. Mary F. Dominick.
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NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT
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the estate of J. TL Dominick in the
probate court for Newberry county on
Thursday, October 5, 1911, and immed
iately thereafter apply for letters dis
missory as such guardian. All per
sons holdin'g claims against said es
tate will present same duly attested
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NOTICE OF ELECTION FOR MAYOR
AND ALDERMEN OF THE TOWN
OF NEWBERRY, S. C.
Notice is hereby given that the reg
ular annual election for a Mayor and
Five Aldermen, one Alderman for
each of the five wards, to serve for a
term of one year, will be held at the
Council Chamber, in the opera house,
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lina, on the Second Tuesdaf in Decem- Scu:
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er, A. C. Welch and Alex. Singleton day
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By order of the Town Council of jmor
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J. J.. Langford, Mayor. trat
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')TICE OF REGISTRATION FOR Ar. A
MUNICIPAL ELECTION FOR Ar.
THE TOWN OF NEW- No
BERRY, S. C. from
Notice is hereby given that the and
books of registration of voters for the No
Town of Newberry, S. C., will be open- Gerv
ed at the office of the clerk and treas- cept
urer in the opera house, from the 29th twee1
day of September, 1911, until the 30th Fo:
dy of November, 1911, both days in-,
ciusive (Sundays excepted), betweenf
the hours of 9 o'clock in the forenoon
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I be allowed to vote at the regular
1 election to be held on the 12th
of December, 1911, and at special
ions to be held in the Town of
berry during the next .twelve ~
e production of a certificate ef
stration from the board of regis- .
on of Newberry county' entitling
applicant to'vote in a -polling pre-.
t within the incorporate limits of
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lence within the~ limit,s of the
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the annual election for the year
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r order of the Town Council of the
n of Newberry; S. C., on the 5th
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J. 3. Langford, Mayor.
3. R. Scurry,
& T. T. C. N.. S. C.
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bedule in effect Otbr6 90
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sumter.. .. ... 9.4am 6.2Opm
C., N. &L.
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~linton.... ...-. 1.50pm 2. pmn
~aurens.. ....2.35pm 2.12pm
C. &W. C.
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partanburg. .,. 4.05pm 12.20pm
A~bbeville .. .. 3.55pm 1.02pmi
areenwood.. .. 3.27pm 1 .33pmn
Lthens.... .... 6.O5pm 10.30am
tlata........ 8.45pm 8.00am
A. C. L. . 54. 55.
olumbia.... .. 5.0pm 11.15a:n
rosperity... .. 6.26pm 9.50am
~ewberry....... 6.44pm2 9.32am
~linton.... ...7.35pm 8.44a!b
~aurens.. .... 7.55pm 8.20a.m
C. &W. C.
reenvlle.. ... 9 MOpm 7.00am
ureenwoo.. . 2.28am 2.38am
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stlanta.. .. ...7.5am 9.55pm
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