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The Movements of Many People.
Newberrians and Those Who
Mr. E. H. 4ongshore an1d Mr. It. l.
Werts, of Silver Street. left oil Sunl
1ay for Ilelidersonlville. N. C., wIlele
they will spenld ten days.
)r. 'JaIles Melitosl left Yesterday
for Asheville. N. C. His son, Edwaird
Mlcitosh, is qpiite ill near Asheville. t
Mr. W. L. (Ioldenl, of In1depenldence,
spent Suniday inl the city.
\ir. and Nirs. Clau1de H. Williams,
of West \ ir1iia, are visiting his
pa-ents. Mlr. 11m1 Mrls. t. G. Wvilliamls
inl lIlelena. M11r. Williaums has not been
h14,me1t inl three yealrs, and The IHerald
aid News is pleased to see ihni look
in.- so welH and t1 leanl- ofi hlis success,
sintce leaving Nevwherry.
Nirs. C. I). Weeks and lit tle daugh
ter have retu1rned from llIlenldersonl
Ilr. 'larmllont 1mses retirnled to
his hIle ill Smteltt'lr last week after a
e.it lt - Inltives anId friens in thitw
h_ E.m I h. v's Islunl. where she
ha, bcn'edngsm ie
.Nliss Na ruerite iowles, who ins
bet4n XvIsitin.:' I'riends inl the vity re(-I
)I .Mine wham, lwo has been I
vi ig Miss RubV Summer. returined
iorle>mie in ('etiumbia l'idav.
14.n. Will bec preachlinlg a.1 ( 'ollny
c -n h tnext Suniday m inr1111111 at 11
r' k hiv Ib liev. .1. W. tIeenh:niigh.
Ii itl:i \ I' e 1 t't 1 II hai I 'd i It
N . :n! .11-. 1). Nl i?. I\ r left
I '. : . N. .. w.o - lit w il
t! soie timle.
K.1 Ntv 1Porter of 'Xewhlerry' is
Bir. m. 11. (;rier. lastl of tme left
t raw Nletk vitr Wihtsvli. Newberh. is
inl the w ill (.1 - d visi l to illie.
iev. :. V.. .Vi-ills ald wi Irewll
niu e)Itloli st somei1i-ne.
S114-111 .1 I'
v t'1i*itie hco'. Itss'ousSe
I w is i t il iv t r i. v.\e ls
I.an.--M ai .1 \ beI.I srsver l. -sllu
tt)l ; ev. . 1 . Gr ie pa.st or t .f 1 the1. tin.il
It'l Mieitdit e ines Ih N'wherrv ri
In h. 1 1' a v i t t h s ephiew
RIev. Wt. F...i-in, and%iItl pnVach
inwa thas W eiwi F.d Ietalist churchIit
('iii i tti ll .\. a t wttie sjtell i antew
i ts l I :ity .' ilav
i . 1t. 2 I1 t r ate l j leinll' slrin N
ti n "t t -t S 1i'i lilg e,
I'iev l.t. itlli is idt niend
thioy welik t i -tnn y.tree
clorbof t Nm phl-e.
.\vr. .linns it.~ lliit) who thasiee
cp-hin- as lue gil. aty.en Adjprn-s
mesntunwt Inil. wek
'i. .\.T.ion ol,ft agtunbly Miss
\liodGneie bn l elzer neft Fodayv 1
Augus 1t.. andston, ofa.\mlers, A
gset 18tun., ni.ht wil Newhbig ar..ic
riine govte pubCalaion 'f tek
n7Supmteno t a1t m.Weetm and the.
frthe pairiu in Oil l' ittd-. t
i s.ii 11.1( .\. ii -'vs. ofi'l mhzi,is
.\;, r. W.I.Wl9 ereundvse.
THE CAMPAIGN MEETING.
;andidates ror State Offices Will Ad
dress Voters of Newberry Coun
Tie candidates for state ofilce, will
e inl Newberry today. The eampaign
icetinlg will be held in Jones' grove
ear the residence of Mr. J. A. But'
on1, the meeting being called to or
er promptly at 10.30 o'Clock. Coun
y Citairman Fred. I. Dominick will
Newberry is the home of two of the
tihernatorial candfi(lates, and the
ieetinig is looked forward to with a
reat deal of interest.
Tie barbeeue tolay will be furnish
i by Mr. James A. Dunbar. and that
a guarantee of its excellence. Mr.
Inbtla. will also serve breakfast this
or'ning. Dinner will be served at
2.30 'cloek. The meeting will le i
d1joiiie(l at that hour. and the speak
ig will be resumed at 2 o'clock.
Manly reiests have been made that
lmlvettinu he Ield tonight. at which
te Vadidi(atIes fior governor and for
t tirIy . gelleral I may address those
itizeis It Newherry wi ean not at
'l i thel m eetin g tI day. In view o f ,
lose reqtlests and avetdinl"g to them.
unttv Cliairian )ominiek has at
I'(d 'or a meetin to he held to
int. the spwaking heinig fron the
trt house steps. The candidates for'
11vEr1no an11di( fir' attornev gelleral
re invited tio be preselnt anld to state
Following is the order of the speak
For R ailroad comimissioner: .1. A.
11n111nlerse(t t. J. M. Sullivan, .1. It.
I'har-t4n, .1lames Causler. J. C. Sel
For(;Ilvernlor: W. Ak. iwad . A.
.Rloe. I . )NIlannling, .1. .1. Ife
I. 1. F. .i\sel. Cole ,. l1l4ase.
INV E ,.1111rusoll.
F"r Sf-IIIetary% ilf State: l1. M. Me
Filr Treasulrer: R4. II. -lninl.'s.
For ~~ r I'mtrle (nea: k. W.
I neI s. I ;. I W aker .
Filr Supe-rinteivdent 40f .dnnivtion:
F"ori A\t ;ioney n(keitral: .1. W. lIags
ale. .1. Fraser L yon. L. F. Yolimanls.
For Adl' J.in1at and Inlspector Gen-1(
I: F.. W. I las,l'l. .1. C. Boyd.
Ilo l't 1'ress- W vati Aikietn and J.
Death of Mrs. Sampson Pope.
(n Similav about 12 t)'(lok Mrs.
ampsoln l'ope died suldenly. Site
II beent inl ill iealth fol 11plite awhile
At her death i onl Sunitday was sudden
11d unlexpeeted. It waIs 41nly % a few
IoIths ano tdhit her h1usban1d. I)r.
Ip(. diil siiilillv. Site leaves two
lilrenl. Dr1-. Thoias 11. Pope ald
liss Sara IPope hoti o Newherry.
rs. P,ope was the oldest (a1uglter (,f
we late hr. llarrion and the oll
t i'ambbmda ter ('1f .1 mbre ,141ii Bel
mn (O'Neall. She w'as a good wonman
nu ei heloved by her' nteiglhbor's
nd those who kniew htet'. and her two
ii hIreit antd other' relatives htave t he
tmpthyt oft tihe conununtityti in thn
erteav~emtentt whticht hats befValleni t hem.
I ntiemet was bel yest erday afVters
hon a It lhe HIaririntgto41ni'rave'yard .nst
evondu lloisemtont at six o 'clock, the
ervice ieintg contduct ed at thle grave
y~ the liey. Geo. A. Wright of the
t'st Baptist churchl of whtichl she was
Picn c at J. C. Schumpert's
'Therel' will be a pientie ini the nrove
I .\lr. .1. ('. Sebtumipert's in No. S.
ownishtip ott Saturiiday~ thett 1SthI. I.very_
ivl~ is invyit ed antd r'ei este(d to brinig
rel If' h il 1bsket s antd to itn.joy' the
The County Campaign.
M\eet ings were hel last weel: at
Yilliamtts. Lotngshosres. Utopia. C ieid1
cavye thle (cand(idtes Vor thle legishat ire
-lose attention. Mr'. Arithurt K'bler'
oined thte party at Williams. tIe is
At Utopia there were from 600 to
tOt) people anid a numlier of lad'ies.
The tmeetings this week will ne held
it Jolly Str'eet, Fork and Pr'osperity
m Wednesday, Thuritsday and Friday.
Glood rains fell ont Sunday after
toonI and niglit in most. sectiotns of
he county. In the lower' por1
ion of the county and above Pros
eiity~ for' two miles there wer'e good
'ais and1( from Longshores to H-elena
roodl rains 'fell. Dry 'weather and
tot for a few days more wvontd have
hone great injuriy to the cotton crop.
[rle r'ains are welcome.
SEND YOUR LAU14DRhY TO THE
IERAD AND N21WS OFFIQE ON
'HURSDAY TO E SF,NT TO
~AURENS IF YOU WANT GOOD
RURAL ROUTE ORDERED.
From Dyson-To Start Sotember 17
-It Was Greatly Need
After a number of efforts and
petitions it rural route has been order
ed from Uyson in Greenwood county
to start on September 17. The editor
of The Herald and News has had the
matter up with Congressman Aiken
for,quite awhile, the proposed route
going directly by our old home, we
were somewhat directly interested be
sides our interest in the general wel
fare and we are glad the efforts of
Congressman Aiken have been sue
eessful. He has received the follow
ing letter from Washington under
date of August 7:
Hon. Wyatt Aiken, House of Rlep
resentatives. Sir: I have the honor to
aidvise vou that rural delivery serlvice
has this day been ordered established
from Dyson, Greenwood County,
South Carolina. with one carrier, to
oommellee ot Septeiber 17. 1906.
Very respect fully.
E. A. Conrard.
Actinw. Fourth Assistant Postmlaster
On Friday before the third Sim
day. August the 17th, Ithis week)
the Delmar Reunion of students. ex
4tidents and friends of Newberrv col
lege will he held at Delmar. An elah
Irate and attractive program will be
AfTered for the entertainment of tle
rowd. A very large attendance is
expected. A happy. good time is
WV. Au-r. Shealy, Pre.s.
B. B. Hare, SeetY.
EARLY MORNING rIRE.
Fire Destroys Kitchen of Newberry
Hotel--It Might Have Been Much
The a oarm of fire was sent inl aliout
4 o'clioet vest eria x morninm. The
tire was in tle kiteleni of the New
)IIr h tel. It started from a pant of
lot ashes whihel were 1a1keni from hIlie
Weli aid placed o] tle floor.
The firemenl were on tle I'r11n1i
is soon as possible and streais of
xnter were placed nIt the fire and it
vas sooni uider control with no dim
Irc eX(-ept the kitchen was destr-,yed
ind whal resulted frm N water. Mr.
Wheeler esfimates his loss at ahont
!L.000 partially covered hY ilisiralnce.
Mr. Jaiieson's loss in damn,e to
7irniture from water is estimated at
h500 fully covered by iinsuranep. The
ire was well tinder wA-aY when discov
MIr. Wheeler had intended to start
ilin-z down tle kitchen vesterday
weparalory to imak iig some improve
lients in the hotel. TTe first intend
I1 to pit ip a lemporary kitceln. Mr.
Tamiiesoii will lie ready- to feed his
.inests tisK morining. If thle hotel
wo per had enntiiht some very volutable
rciperty would have been destroyed
in the heart of the city.
On Monday moringi Mr-. N. 'T. H-ipp
miiissed( a niulIe fro m hiis stable. Mr.
1ilp) lives abiout touri miles sotuth of
N(ewbery. The mule is a large gr-ay
mnle. Ahbont five o'(clock thle same
mningiiu Mr. 13. 11. 1laietzsey observed
a ne(Wro ridlinig ai muile ainswering the
desciption passinig his house going ini
lie irect ion of Isl airs. Th'le negrc
was a lieavy set black niegro wearing
a li-zhi coat. M lr. HIipp was inflormed1
anid tollowedI aboiu t iwo and a half
I.et et's're-iianim tin i piist orfice al
Newheirry, M. (C. for Ithe week endedC
A .\-lIen.j. Al1stonii.
l',--Jote llaker-, .1 1. Browni, Agnes
IBiltoii Ales Hiurns.
C4-Samniel ('aldwell, Alex Cobb
-Joames II. ('oward.
J-Ma"int ti -'Jones, Mt!iss Lil in JTohn
K-T. H. Kelly.
Ir-s. Minnie Lanigstoii.
M-Sim Malone, F. A. Muller, li-es
Iey Mimis, Mr-s. C. C. Morse.
N-Mr-s. Mattie Nelson.
S-W J. Stan foi-d Emriw-4teven
son W. D. Smith, Wmii. Story, BI. J
SPilock, Mirs. Snyder-.
WV-Allon WValdrof, Geor-ge Walkier
Mr-s. J1. J1. Watts, Miss Mary WVashiing
ton, J1. V. Wilson, To Wilson.
-Plerson4 calling foir these letter
will,please say t hey were advieirt ise
C. . n..-n n. Mr
QUALIFICATIONS FOR VOTING.
No Person Permitted to Vote,Unless
Enrolled On Club List Five Days
The democratic primary for United
States sellator anld state an11d county
officers will be held two weeks from
today. The rules of the democratic
party reqire that every voter shall
have been enrolled on a club list at
least five days before the primary
eleetion. Every citizen of the couinty
should set to it that he is enrolled oil
a club list, a sufficient length of time
before the election in order that lie
may vote. The rule of the party
.roverning the qualification of voters
in this respect is as follows:
No persoln shall be permitted to
vote unless lie has been enrolled on a
club at least five days before the
said primary election: Provided, That
in Charleston rounty the voter must
have his name on the club list at least
sixty day.s before the said primary
The polls wil open at S a. Iml. and
close at 4. p. m.
h'le followilnu- rules ot tlie dleimoera
tic party in) re'-ard to (111p i iftenionls
for mneniherslhip in the clubs and the
pled!e necessary to be taken in order
to vote will be fir interest at this time:
"Rule 1. The qualifications for
imemibership in anysubordinate club of
the democratic party of this state, or
for voting at a democratic prinary,
shall be as follows. viz: The applicant
for membership, or vter. shall be
twenty-one years of age, or shall be
C0me so before the succeeding general
election, and be a white demoer:tie,
or a negro who voted for General
Hampton in 1876,-and has voted the
deileratie ticket continuously since.
rovvided. That no white man shall be
exch iled from pa t icipat ionl in) the
1mueraatic prinmary who shall take the
pledie re<piirel by the rules of tIhe
"'The man ilue rs at each box at Ihe
priiary election shall require every
voter in, a deniocratic primary elee
tion to pledge himself to abide the re
suits of the primalrY and to support
Itle nominees of the party. aid to tako
the following oath and pledo-e. viz: "'I
do solmeiily swear that I am duly
qualified to vote at this election ae
cording to the rules of the demoeratic
party. and that I have not voted at
this eleCtiO, anl.d 1(4ledCge myself to
support the nomillees of this pri
'ule 2. F.very negro applying for
membership inl a demoeratie iiu, or
offering. t1) vot(e inl i democratic pri
Ilary election, inmuist produce a writtenm
staltement of tein repitable white men,
who shall swear that they know of
their own knowledge that the appli
cant or voter voted for General Hamp)
lon in 1876, in id has voted the demo
eratie ticket continuously since. The
said statement shall be placed in the
ballot box by the manmagers, an,l re
nurned with Ithle pol11 lists of thle names
of all ne:gro voters, aind ret urn it withI
poll1 list to the counmty chairman.''
Death of Mr.. Drayton T. Livingston.
Mar. Ih-iayton T. Livinigst on, who has
been ini badt health for' several years,
diedi at his home near' Jolly Street on
[Friday a ift erniooni and1( wasi bmuied in
lie L ivingstoin graveyard oin Suniday
moriniig. Mr. Livingston was 70
year's old( aind the youngest of t welve
c'hiillren most of' whom lived to ripe
old1 ag~es. He has two brot hers living
now one (if whom is 94 y'ears old(1.andl
lie other up in S0. Hie lived and died
near thle place wheire he was born, lie
ar'e gi'owin. iIe was kind-hearted and
generous anid much belov'ed by all
who kniew him.
Tlhe Iiirsi ba e of' thle new crop ol
cot ton ini t his state w'ais marketed1 ii
Htambierg last week. The fiirst oper
b)oll of coltn bIllroaigl t to t his offIc<
was frm the field of J. E. Sterlhing ir
No. 6 towinshiip on August 9. Th<
nmext w'as by' Nathan Caldwell, color
ed, w~ho has sixteen acr'es ver'y thm
cotton, The crop is somewhat lat(
in this counity.
*Reflections of a Bacholor.
A wom~iani cer'tainly hooks fulnna
wvhen she has been sunburned througl
Gii'ls have such linky notions inns
of them would like to marry a hits
band to match their complexion.
A mar'ried nilan gets lots more fin
on a fishing party than other kindi
because the family never wants to g<
. ven busy mnoften make idle r'e
Th le young lawyer's first plea is
tr ial per formance.
Thiose wuho ale on, the r'oad t<
wealth d6 not object to thme ''digst.'
Snmle anid thme wor'ld sumiles wvithi
Kulieker-)oesii't memory t ake you
back to the dlear' old farm?
A HIGH COMPLIMENT.
To ifficiency of Mr. J. W. Haltiwan- 3
ger-Has Come to Newberry to Q
Trhe State neYspaper of recent date
pays high compliment to the effi
ciency of Mr. J. W. Haltiwanger as (
one of the clerks in the Columbia post- t
office. His salary had been increas- C
ed but lie had decided to cbme to New
berry and wauld have come any way.
As has been stated in these columns
he and Mr. R. M. Caldwell have
bought out the Cash store of Summer a
Bros and are doing b'isiiess, at the
The f-lllowing is from the State.
''It it generallj believed that gov
erinent eiploys get the best sal
aries and do the least work. This, 3
however, does not hold gooo in the
emilployinent of p>stiffice clerks, ac
cording to the expeiivee of thd post
office in Columbia. Month after
1ontlih it 'is necessary to secure new
clerks and very often there no eligi- ,l
bles in the civil service and it. is nec
es.<llrv to make emergency appoint
miit appoitilments. An exaiiiinationl I
o' Itle reeords here show that the sal
ary of' the clerk at the beiiniiinig is
b $500 a year. 1. can be seein by
this thlat at comlpetenlt man11 Suich as I'S
required b1y the governieit call- easi
ly obtain a position elsewhere with
more money and less exacting require
ments. Postmaster Eiisor was- asked
about the matter yesterday, and while
lie did not like to discuss government
affairs of this nature, lie admitted h
that the salaries were 'too small and
that there was difficulty in fillilg
positiolns. In the past two years lie
has had nbers of resigniations and
each vacailcies. lecentlv Mr. J. W.
H lliwan(er, one of his mailiun clerks,
resi-ied Ii -0 into business in New
heirIry. Mr. Ialtiwaner is said to be
Ile best mn1ailin.. clerk in the South,
amd it was impossible to seetire himli a
salary inl keepillng with his elTicielney.
le is niow imakitng about $:3.000 a year
in bIsiness in Newberry, aid men of
his stamp van easily make more than
the -overiilnment can give!. Congress
main Lever has taken an iterest in
this limatter, ilut lie has founild the
postal authorities peclliarlv imndiffer
ent to the needs of the service inl the
Smuth aid at present it looks very
imch as thouhi the problem will he
a standin. one and that as long
as salaries remain as they are 1here
will be constant vacancies amld service I
miade had by conlstanlt eliangois. '
Rev. J. W. Humbert.
)ear Brothier Nettles: The news of b
Bitier 11umbert's death at Newberry
last Satiurday has east a shadow uipon
many a hoie in South Carolina. Suchi
meii as was lie, are rare. His lWst ap
pointimeit was in this district-at' I
Rid4eville. I was in that commuinity
oin Sunday last. The news olf his denth!11
was fol lowed by prlofounid soriow. Hius
name there is like ' 'ointment pouredl
foirthI.'' Little children, and older
peop1le, wept on the streets as the news
was circulated. ''No purer man ever
lived in our, town,'' said a mian of
aniother communion to thle writer. My
assIciaitionis withI him were'(. ai benei
diction to ime. I saw ini thic life andI
character of .J. W. llumbert-fo,r t wo
years-enughl"l to convince anly saine
man that there is a power ini our holy
religion. People who knew him best
honored him most--honored him he
cause of his spotless life aind dlevi
tion to (lut y. In a ministry (of over
t.hirty~-five years I haveyd never known
a hurler, oir moi(re guileless maii.
iIe wais " free froiimiall guije. '' I
never lheard( him speak (If a brol her
save to (14 him honor.
Hie wais nnsuspecting of others, and1.
hlic~ie sup)posed all (Ithers felt in .like
mnnler toIward him. He( was a mani
of sublimue faith ini (Gd-in his church
and( her ministry.
His last active work was at bidge- :
yule, anid lio man ever~ did mome ef- s
fective or efficient work. 01ld pe0-C
le and children alike wvere led tot
Christ by' his ministry. The impresst
of his life and ministry in that com.. 3
munity will be felt8 as the years go
in these lines I record my gratitude r
to God for the personal influence of
J1. W. IUnmbret on my own life. Thank
God that. ' was associated with such
a man for two years I Rest in peace,
thou main of God! C
HI. W. h3avs. t
Charleston, S. C., Aug. 1, 1906.
Mrs. Kicker-Does your husband
evei' complain if his buttons are miss
Mrs. B3eker--No, lie lias to fasten a
so many of mine that lie wouldn't
have time for his own, anywvay.-Newv I
York Sun. t
THE LAURENS STEAM LAUJN
DRY GUARANTEES ITS WORK.
TPRY IT. AGENCY AT THE HER
A LDAND NEWS OFICE.
Corrected by lIat Gist.
(iddling ..*..........9 18
4trict Middling '.0. ..16
lood middling ------1-8,
All patrons interested in King's
'reck graveyard are requested to meet
hore. on Friday, 17, at 8 a. n., to
lean off the same.
W. C. Brown.
VANTED-Traveler for established
House. Twelve Dollars weekly to
start. Exipenses paid. References.
Address George 0. Clows, Newberry
VANTED-35 'Salesmen and cash
boys. Apply Saturday morning at
W. T. Tarrants old stand. A. B.
'OR SALE-Young Jersey cow.
Cheap. Apply at this office.
OARD desired for myself and wife
rivate family. Can furnish room.
J. L. Robinson.
,OST-Monogram pin, beaded edge
with initials "J. B. B." at Young's
Grove Jirly 28. Reward if return.
ed to Jno. B. Bedenbaugh,
Sligh's, S. C.
IALARIA AND AGUE, CHILLS
and fever, always bring down those
of low vitality-keep up your vital
.ity with Slaw's Malt. For sale at
'OR SALE--Two hundred cords of
pine wood. Two miles from the city
Apply to M. B. Caldwell, Newberry,
VE WANT your repairing on Bicy
cles, Guns, etc. Just received 250
New Talking Machine Records.
Come make your selection. Your
Cromer & McGraw.
IAMPAIGN DAY AT NEWBERRY,
August 25. I will furnish a first
elass barbecue,. Place will be an
J. M. Counts.
VANTED-Youl to see me before you
build and get prices on sash, doors,
linds, flooring, ceiling, shingles, etc.
0. W. LeRoy.
fOTICE---:Have your buggies and
carriages neatly repaired and re
ainte(d by Neely & Morgan, near Mr.
'. C. Pool's stables. All work guar
IJST RECEIVED-A carload of
Milburn wagons. Call and examine
this wagon before buying.
R. C. Williams.
A lady teacher for Burton school,
angth of term eight inonths. Salary,
30.00 per~ month. Applications for
lhe p)osition may be filed with
R. M. Martin,
Newberry, S. C., R. F. D. No. 1.
VHEN you want to buy timber or
farm land1 or town pro'perty see or
w~rite me and I will save you money.
T. E. Alexander, Real Estate Ag't
We have Dr. H. D. Ree~se, the eye
pecialist on all the muscular astigmatic
efects, and all the other .derangements
nder human eve-sight with us for a
ew days only. l-le brings with him the
stest methods for examining the eye
nd fitting glasses. Especially the eyes
f children. Do not hesitate to send
hem to him.. If their eyes are not
menable to optical treatment, he will
all you so candidly. Do not neglect
our children's eyes, their 'future hap- -
'mess depends upon what and how they J
ee. You should~ consdtit a competent '&
efractionist as soon as the children
each the school age. At this time
many troubles can be overcome, which,
l' left to themselves, would result most
15'strously.. Of course, the samne ar
umier' apphie. to older neople as well.
)r. Reese positively does5 not make any
barge for examining your eyes He
nil be delighted for you to call by and
ake a look in his eyescope, which tells
t a glance whether. you need glasses.
.ou will save much of your nerve force
y having glasses fitteduprer.
Dr. Reese does no- pai ro erac
lous or impossible things, yet he has'
3tters from reputable peopl all over
he South, who endorse him very highly
a a scientific optIcian. -
You can get nihenty of glasses, but
ou must have the right Ecid to be of
veethe must fit the eye, and no
eeefit the glasses.
He will visit your home when
Iested. Office hours, 8 to 1 a.
nid 2to 8 m.
Remember that Dr. Reese
ere for a few day,s only.' Heca
rar at J1 H. West a ntre