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Movements of Many People, New.
%errians and TIose Who Visit
Prof. Curtis A. Fellers is in the city.
Mrs. Robley Bruce has left Asheville
for Palatka, Fla.
Mr. C. E. Garvin, of Columbia, was
in town last week.
Mr. R. M. Gardner has gone to North
Augusta to live.
Mr. S. A. Sloan has gone from Co- I
lumbus, Ga., to Ladas, Tenn.
'Mr. Roy Jones, of Columbia, came
in for' Christmas at Newb~e'ry.
Mr. W. A. McFall, of Bennettsville,
came home for his Chriitmas.
Mr. G. G. Sale ha3 gone to Spartan-1
burg on professional business.
Mr. Geo. 0. Kooll has changed from
Slighs to Newber*y No. 6. %
Mr. James Goggans, of Columbia,
spent * Christnas in Newberry.
Mr. J. B. Mo n spent a portion of
his Christm vacation in Union.
C. Jones arrived from New
t see Christmas at home.
J. L Bowles, Jr., of Knoxville,
pent Christmas in the city.
ess Burton, from the Easley
e home for the holidays. f
Burton returned yester
olumbia with Mrs. Burton.
ayes, Jr., of Birmingham,
hrist7 at home in the
Sligh and family, of
a., arrived for the hol
T. J. Wicker has changed from
erry R. F. D. No. 5 to Pomaria
Mr. J. A. Dennis, school teacher at .
IAmar, came home on holiday '.aca
Mr. and Mrs. Ligon -Dobbins, of At
came to spend, the' holidays
and Mrs. R. M. Kennedy, of
'11, are' spending the holidays s
s Agnes Summer, teacher in Bal- E
ore, is spending the holidays at
Mr. J. D. 14cLane and little son, e
Claude, of Fairfi-eld, visited in 'town' C
Dr. D. D. Wallace and little daugh- t
,ter and son, of Spiarta~nburg, -arrived C
Miss Gillette Schumpert is at home
from Winthrop to spend the Christmnas f:
holidays. n I
Mr. and Mrs Rowland G. Spearman,
of Talladega, Ala., are.. visiting rela
ti,es here. n
Mr. Will F. Wright, Jr., spent a part h
of his Christmas at Tylersville, Laur-b
Miss Mary Wright, teacher in* Sa- r
luda county, came home to enjoy
Miss Helen 'Sat erw'hite, of Mont
Amoena seminary, i at home for the
Miss Ethel Mciln-o( Bamb erg, is
spending the holidays wiun Miss Mar-v
Mr. and Mrs. Knight,s of St. George's; L
are visitng her sister, Mrs. John
Mr. Luther Leonhirth, of Suaite-, e
paid a visit to his old home during tt\ ci
Christmas: - 2
Messrs. R. P. and J. R. Fair were'
:among the travelers 'home coiming f9r I
Mrs. W. T. Sherard, of Iva, is on a t
-visit to 'har parents Mr. and Mrs. J.
Dr. Chas. R. Gaillard, of Spartan- ~
burg, spent the week-end with his
Miss Annie Bynum, of the Florence
city schools; reached home last week t
for the holidays.
Mr. F. R. Higginls arrived on Monday
from Columbus, Ga., to spend part of'
the holidays at home.
Claud Timmnons is home from, New- ,
oerry college to spend the holidays.- ;j
Florenc e Times, 28th. - .
Miss Mary Suber and Mr.' William
S Siuber, of Ninety Six, are the guests of
Miss Carrie Bell West.
Cadets Jordan Pool, William Green
and Earl Hipp, of the Citadel, are
holidaying at home.
Mr. Jno. G. Norris, of Fairefild, was:
on a visit this week to his sister,
Mrs. W. H. Hun'-r.
Mr. Claude Smith, student of the
South Carolina university, spent a few:
of the holidays at home.
Prof. E. L. Jon'es, superintendent'
Laurens city schools, came down to (
ake in the holidays here.
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Sligh, of New
Vork, are visiting his brother, Mr. F. I
3. Sligh, "and other relatives. C
Prof. Wm. C. Bynum, superintendent
f the Georgetown city schools, is
;panding the holidays at home.
Mr. Fred Norris, who has recently
noved from Fairfield .-ounty to Dyson,
Aras in Newberry )p4sterday.
Capt. Eugene/Greneker and two lit
:le daughters of Augusta, paid a brief
ioliday viMt here this week.
Rev. and Mrs. M. C. Riser, of Lees- 1
rile are visiting her parents, Mr. and
drs. S. M. Duncan, of the county. .
Mr. J. M. Johnson came from his
>ffice in New York to celebrate Christ
nas with the home folks hare.
Mr. E. A. Carlisle and Mr. R. 19.
eavell, two travelers out of Newber- f
T, came in on the Christmas tide.
Mr. Guy B. Shockley, of the Chris
ian Appeal, Greenwood, spent a part
f his time in Newberry this week. t
Misses Fannie and Lucy McCaugh
in attended the Fleming-Lyles wed
ing Wednesday night in Spartanburg.
Messrs. Tom DeLoach and Rid
;curry went to Newberry one day re
ently.--Butler cor. Saluda Standard.
Miss Lucy Wheeler left yesterday a
or Prosperity, S. C., where she will g
iit relatives.-Augusta Chronicle, a
Cadets J. M. Smith, Benson Jones
.nd Samuel lowles, of Clemson col- I
efe, are spending the holidays at n
Prof. Raymond Dominick, of the
hair of mathematics in Weaverville
ollege, N. C., is spending the holidays
Miss Mary, Brunson and Miss Mar- e
3,n SatterwhWe, of Sumter, are visit
ag Misses Marguerite and Carolyn
Mr. M. H. Kempson and Miss Mary
ester were in Newberry on Wednes
ay.-Leesville No. 6 in -Saluda Stand
Mr. R. E. Mills, of Newberry, spent 0
everal days with his brother, Mr. A.
L Mills.-Pleasanti Grove cor. Saluda
Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Sligh made a e
hristnas, visit to Mrs. Sligh's, par
nts, Mr. and Mrs. Tabor Hill att
Miss Marguerite Cromer, who !is~ t
aching at Suinter, is spending the
ristmas holidays with her pal ents E
1 Newberry. E
Mr. Jordan R. Greene has return'ed
rom St. Louis, Mo., 'after buying S
les and horses for the Summer
1hse Stock. company.
Mrs. L. E. Walthall, nee Miss Min
ie Harp, is visiting her old home. Her
usband is from Jackson, Ga., now in
usiness in Atlanta. t
The Ret. Gilbert Voigt, of Newber- t
r college, is on a visit to his parents,
'r. and Mrs. A. G. Voigt.-Mt. Pleas
rt cor. Sunday News.s
Messrs. Ernast Finck, Albert Finn
rhur, and Theodore Ffnck are home
r the holidays from Newberry col
e.-Augusta Chronicle, 25th. jc
Mr. and Mrs. Boozer, of Newberry,
asif~ed their daughter, Mrs. George e
:ipp, near Kempson's last week.- hi
eesville~No. 6 cor. Saluda Standard.
Miss Coppock leaves today for her s]
me in Newberry. Miss Coppock is ai
e of the popular teachers in the
ty schools.-Spartanburg Herald, 'ni
Mrs. Enos Couints and two children,
[ig Jennie Ruth and Master Horace, E
f~ perity, spent a brief visit with C]
CO in Jerry and Emily" in town
Dr. . R. Gaillard has returned E
rom N erry, where ILe spent the w
olidays his parents, Capt. and
frs. . Gaillard.-Spartanburg
ournal, 28t C:
Mr. Caldwe 'ant, traveling wes- th
en North Ca for the sale of ai
ucklen's Arnica a , etc., is among
he immense thro g ;holiday home~
Pro. and Mrs. Burr I\ Johnstone t
eft yesterday to go to NWherry to1 N
jsit his relatives, and thei. to Al
endale to visit her relativasX',1em- cc
on cor. Greenville News. D
Messrs. J. W. Wbite and J.
or return today from Camden'~~'
Ion, after a hunting trip onwic
hey killed many squirrels, etcq in F
rhich that country abounds.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Anderson spentb
hristmas day at Spartanburg with
d1rs. Anderson's mother, Mrs. Powers,
yringing back their little son, Wadsley, (
yao was visiting his grandmother. (
W. S. McGraw, who .is teaching
schooi at Pickens, was in the city
esterday afternoon, en route to his;
nio tmNehbrry to SInOnd the holi-t
lays.-Spartanburg Herald, 24th.
Mr. Ashley T. St.Amand and nioth
,r, Mrs. Isabelle T. SLAmand, -left
ast night for Charleston, S. C., tol'
,pend the Christmas holidays with rel
Ltives.-Wilmington, N. C., Star, 23rd.
Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Lindsay and
:hild, of Atlanta, came to pay a holi
lay visit to his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
r. A. Lindsay. He returned to his
>usiness Wednesday, leaving his fam
ly to remain awhile.
AVsses Lizzie Griffin and Pearl
Vest, teachers at Cross Hill, are va
ationing at home. Also is Miss Eva
;ogigans from Saluca. And Miss
louise Jones from Cameron, Miss An
kie Greene from Spartanburg.
Col. George Johnstone has been ap
ointed by Governor Ansel one of the
elegates from South Carolina to the
.nnual meeting of the National Civic
ederation which is to be held in New
ork city Jauuary 12-14.
Messrs. Jno. D. and Irby D. Shock
ey leave today for Columbia to make
hat city their home for the present,
taving a great deal of building to do
here. Should any one desire to coM
iunicate with them their address is
102 Gervais street.
Miss Emma Shockley, formerly of
Tewberry, was on the ' programme
ounday for the Christmas celebration
t the Central Baptist church in At
lnta. Miss. Shockley was down for
, recitation. Newberry talent is rec- t
gnized wherever it goes.
Mrs. G. C. Latimer was called to
ewberry yesterday by the announce
ient of the serious illness of the in
ant son .of Mr. and Mrs. H. M. De
'aga there.--Chester Lantern, 23rd.
'he baby is better, all the friends of
ie family will be glad to learn.
Misses Julia Kibler, Rebecca Wick
r, Ernestine Wicker, Annie Ray,
uby Goggans, Fannie Holloway, Ni
a Gibson, Estelle Bowers, Anna
S -tqette Schumpert and Cor'rie
,ea - home 'from Wintlir6p
r the. Cu. "olidays. I
Mr. R. L. Blaine left Saturday night t
)r Richmond to be absent one week.
[is ptace as Western Uhion telegraph
perator is being filled by Rivers Day,
rho has been working in the office and
yrning the business. Young Day has
ai>dy grown to be competent and
Among the young lady students at
mding the holiday festivities at home
re Misses Ruby and Kate Summer, of
ie College for Women, Columbia;
isses Verna and Lilla Summer, of
lizabeth college, Charlotte; -Miss
dna Hipp, of Reidville college, and
[iss Mary Frances Pool, of Converse,
VARIOUS ALND ALL ABOUT.
The December bride seems to be 3
atting as numerous as the June bride. I]
Before sunrise Sunday many por
ons of Newberry looked like the por
iti-as of beautiful Christmas. '
With all the glory that is in the sea
m for children, some people 4would
at Santa Claus out of business.
Saturday, Christnas eve, saw a jam e
people in town. The stores were v
-owded. Business was great. S
From the crowds everywhere it, is
rident that nearly everybody came
>me for Christmas./
Many good and intelligent people L
ell it Xmas and thus mar the beauty e
ii meaning of a noble namne.
The dance at Prosperity Monday
~ght was attended by Messrs. John F
id George Ruff and Munson Buford.a
The Sunday school of St. Luke's h
'pisopal church enjoyed a bright F
iristmas tree on Friday afternoon. P
Going to Prosperity and back in ac
Ty on his new motocycle Mr. Thos.
Wick<.r made the trip Tuesday over
et and muddy roads.
The Glenn-Lowry Manufacturing Co. n
Whitmnire, gives us a real touch of
iristmase byq sending us a bale of p
eir goods. Needless to say that is
preciated.-Our (Clinton) Monthly.
To build a store house and dwelling IC
Coumnbia for Mr. W. W. Fulmer,! it
rIrby D. Shockley has signed a con-! o:
act. Mr. Fulmer was formerly of it
awberry. - t
Children like to think of Santa Claus N
lming in a sleigh with the reindeers. e
n't spoil the happiness of the crea- e'
g by putting himn in a flying ma..
.L ,-been made for Mr. Long's
rave at5l~ out of white Ver-'it
pnt marble . F. Baxter and
Sky J. C. Roper, presiding e of
3bury district, will preach in
lent' church next Sunday morn
ng. meeting of the official board d
s call for 10.30. F
The S day school of Cent.:al Meth- v
(ls r.h. .h enioved a CirisuDRS g
tree on Tuesday night. There was ai
ippropriate program, and the occasioi
was delightful and thoroughly enjoy
d by the children.
Newberry is one of the comint
,owns of the State. Her people ar(
inited and working together, and tha
neans progress.-Anderson Mai.
Your fine tribute - is, appreciated
Newberry aldermen are to receiv(
wo dollars for every meeting of coun
Ail they attend through No. 24 in an3
)ne year. This should hearten New
yerry municipal politics markedly.
That young fellow from Johnstor
?ho caught a Newberry bride Christ
nas eve got a good present for Christ
nas, a real bridal present. Long may
:ey live. Ditto the Christmas day
The Rev. J. E. James has received
L call from the Presbyterian church
at Uniontown, Ala. Newberry, regard
es of denominations, would regret
o see him leave this cbarge. Mr.
fames is everybody's friend.
At the residence of Mr. Francis W.
-ggins, Wednesday, Governor and
drs. Cole. L. Blease were the guests
>f Miss Ethel McMillan at dinner. Miss
deMillan, is the daughter of Mr. J. C.
dcMillan, of Bamberg county, a
taunch supporter of the governor.
The Ladies' Aid society_f the Lu
heran church at Pomaria will give a
upper in the vacant store room at
.omaria on Friday night, December
0, 1910, beginnihg at 7 o'clock. The
upper is for the benefit of the
Mr. James Berry carried a load of
otton to Newberry one day the past
veek.-Butler cor. Saluda Standard,
2nd. If you were to mention every
ody coming to Newberry *from Saluda
,ounty with loads of cotton and for
other purposes, you wouldn't bave
ime for anything else. .
The execution of the negro in Co
umbia lasst Friday was -witnessed by
Mherif Buford. The negro was taken
o the gallows .from the same place
ccupied by Sheriff Bufqrd as a Ku
[lux thirty-eight years ago. Some
eopl live to see long links in their
ives looped together.
From the last picking and scrapings
hail-beaten 'and frost-bitten cotton
fr. W. H. Lominack sold a bale of cot
on which with the seed -brought him
102.01,' exclusive of the cost of gin
.ing. This is a *well-done thing and
akes Mr. Lomlinack even with the
ewpaper for that little djaybii;d item.
[e says, it beats hunting and, finding
othing bu.t a blue .iay.
Rev. W. C. Kelley, the new pastor
f the Orrville Methodist church, was
ne of the, chief speakers at a socia:l
ieeting of the Generostee Tribe No.
0, I. 0. R. M., held at the Orr Mills.
'he address delivered by him before
1e Red Men was, his first in And'er
on. He .made .a splendid talk, and
ras heard with interest-Daily Mail,
Adermen in Newberry receive $2
>r each council meeting~ they attend.
partanburg aldermen receive $10 'for
a.ch meeting. But th.en we have a
ery superior quality of aldermen in
Tell, let's see a'bout that. Spartan
urg aldermen rb.ay be.;of a very good
uality, but it can not be superior to
le quality of Jno. W. Earhardt, R. B.
ominack, C. T. Summer, E. L. Rod
tsperger and 0. S. Goree.
While in the city Wednesday; Mr. Z.'
T. Dennis, secretary of the St. Luke's
armers' union, requested The Herald
d News to announce tha~t the union
ad been invited to meet with the
rosperity chamber 'of commerce at
rostperity on Tuesday night. to hear
i address by Mr. S. M. Duncan on
rn culture and other demonstrationl
ork as carried on by the govern
tent. Consequently t.here would be
meeting of the union on Tuesday
gight and all the members are re
Jxested to attend the meeting at Pros
The GreenvmTe News of recent date
ad something to say of the Coca
ela bottling plant,in Greenville, say
tg it was one of the largest concerns
its kind, only one in Alabama and
>ur in Georgia being larger. As to
t bottling plant of the company in
ewberry, Mr. AppleWhite, the trgv
ing representative of the Coca Cola
mpany, on his last visit to this city,
>ld Capt. W. S. Langford that the
tant here was as nice and neat and
ean a plant as he had ever sean, and
well conducted and managed.
rhile it is not as large as some~ others
is secnd to none otherwise.
Death of Nrs. A. K Fulmer.
Mrs. Andrew M. Fulmer died at
!.st nd Monday at 12.26 and was
dieTuesday at -.2 o'c,lock at Mace
onia chb. the Rev. 0. B. sear
ouse conductalEage serv ice. Mrs.
u lmer was 53 NirdL ar.d is sur
[ed by her husband~ several
Frightened Horse Pu!ing Wagon
Wheels Strikes Tehicles and
A horse belonging to Hon.. George
S. Mower ran from the Farmers' Oil
mill up town about 4 o'clock yester
day afternoon pulling the two front
wheels of the wagon ,to which it had
been hitched, which 'were torn from
the wagon shortly s fter the run-away
occurred, two persons being thrown
out of a buggy which the run-away
struck, another gentleman 'being
struck and slightly injured, and an au
tomobile being darnaged along thq
route taken by the horse. The run
away finally came to halt in Friend
street near the ,depot, when the two
wheels which were being carried
hung up on Mr. F. J. Russell's high
wheeled automobile. The. horse, how
ever, continued his run until stopped
in Main street.
Mr. T. J. Hayes and Master George
Wright were thi-own out of Mr. E. H.
Aull's buggy and the buggy overturn
ed in front of Mr. Jno. H. Wicker's
residence, just as they were turning
to go to the oil miU. The buggy was
damaged, but fortunately neither of
the occupants was hurt, though hav
ing a narrow escape. Mr. W. A. Wher
ry was in Nance street stooping down
looking at some repairs being made
on Capt. W. S. Langford's automo
bile, in front of the garage, whexi ie
was struck and knocked a consider
able distance, -and somewhat bruised.
The automobile fender was damaged.
The wagon was at the,oil mill for a
load of seed. The dri)ver was in the
seed house loading the wagon when
the horse became frightened and
started on his run.
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***** '* * * * * *.** *
Saturday night, Christmas eve, at
about 8.30, by the Rev. Edw.* Fulen
wider, at the parsonage 6f-.Ve Church
of the, Redeemer, Mr. ClareT,-: -un
can, ofJohnston, and Miss Lera Agnes
:ong, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. H.
Long, of Newberry, fou miles south
east of the city.
Sunday morning, CYhristmas' day- at
9.30, by the Rev.. James D. Kinard, at
the parsonage of the Beth Eden pas
torate in Hunt street, Mr. Olin L. Buz
hardt ai.ias Epsie. DeHines.
Christmnasday &j 4 in the afternoon,
by the. Revs Jamnes D3. Kinard, at ,the
parsonager Mm. T. D. Kinard'eand Miss
Violaed~1 Rikardr All of 1 $wberry,
Thursday, Deceiniber 21, at the par'
s*nage, Mr: Gaynes Harrison a.nd Miss
Jimmie Still, both of Newberry, the
Rev. J. D. Shealy, of!ciatig
Sund'ay, December 25, at the home
of the ,bride's parents, M(r. Willie Lee
and Miss Mamie Wilianms, all o0 the
ollohon mill village, Ne'wberry, theI
Rev. J. D. Shealy officiating
-Decemuber 18, at the home of the
bride, near Pomnaria, Mr-. Allen Wick
er and Miss Novice Livingston, the
Rev. Y. von A. Riser officiating.
Mr. N. P. Abrams, of No. 6, and Miss
erona Salter, of No. 7, were married
athe,home of the bride .on Wednesday
Enonin at11 o'clock, by the' Rev. R.
The- Rev. J. E. James joined in, the
holy- bonds 'of wedlock Miss Willi3
Maybin .and Mr. Jno. W. Waldrop, o
Wednesday afiter'noon at 3 o'clock; The
appy event occurred at th4 home of
th bride's aunt, Mrs. 3. H. Gaillard,,
n the eity.
At the residence of the bride's fath
er, Mr. R. T. C. Hunter, St.. Luke's,
y the Rev. S. P. Koon, on December
27, at 1 o'clock p. in., Mm. Thos. A.:
Zeigler, of Orangeburg, and Miss Cor
ie Lee Hunter. The couple left on
he ev4ning train for their future
ome in Orangeburg.
News From an Old Newberrian.j
Those who knew and remember
Jno. Hinson, son of Henry 0. Hinson
will be glad to aknow that Christmas
found him happily married to Miss
Mills, at Greensboro, N. C. -Johii is
now lacoated at Great Falls, S. C., in
charge of a contract for WitmanZ and
ountford, elec.trical engineers of Ma-'
on, Ga. The position is a responsible
one and be deserves credit, for his
self-made practical experience, we all
here extend him congratulations and
wish him success in life.
~e oving Pictures. '
Moving picture shows every night
at the opera house. Two reels. Tick
e office opened at 7.30, performance
begins at 8 o'clock. Admission 10c.;
children under 12, 5c. Encourage
The Price of Cotton and of Cotto
Seed in the Tarious Markets of
(Corrected by Nat Gist.)
Strict good middling ........15
Good middling .............14%
Strict middling .................14
(By Robert McC. Holmes).
Strict good middling .........15
Good middling ..................14
Strict middling .................14
(By C. J. Purcell & Co.)
Strict good middling ...........15
(By Summer Bros.4
Strict good middling ...........15
Cotton seed ...............50
(Southern Cotton 011 Co)
(By Aull & Hipp).
Strict good middEng..........14
Cotton beed ...............
(By C. F. Lathan).
All white cotton........
Ootton seed ... ..........
(By Glenn-Lowry Miww co)l"
All white cotton.. .
A POPULAR COTTON BUYER.
Seffers and "House" Evidene
gard for John J. Carson, of
As ga evidence 4f eielr .appr
tion of his serifces as a cotton
the farmers selling, cotton at
pells the past season have.
John 3. Carson with a
clothes. They say tbat Mr.
made..Chappells one of the best
markets of the -StAte. It -o
that the. Chappels, market for The A
tio years has been ahead .f.of
er markets of the State frm
teenth to a half cent onthep
the credit for this differenc
uted by the sellers on thatma
Mr. Carson is buying fon
firm and as a token of bs
appreciation they have toda
by-expresi.'a full barreLo
famed Noroli oysters, an4
af rnoon in his offiet
Mr. Carson and his:farmrf*ei
such a stew and fry a~is IIOV
witnessed in that little to'wnf
One Ceiit aWourdr
* ertdsenex akn
than- 25 cents.
LOST-Between Somtherxrdn a
Biaustin's store,.a Ro azran
link.j Finder. wil retr t*7h
aid and fNews offie.
COW FOR SALE-I offerfo a'n
Smr cow, iWyo
has splendid quantLI
tiful animal.. Cw ll fn
tion. W. E Pelbsm.
FOR SALE-ne standard br4
year old mare, gentle and'
driver; coi|mtry raised,' eit
Also buggy. Cheap for cash.b
seen at Bishop's stables, eb'
S. C._ _ _
PET RABBITS for sale. A ,ply t
Herald and News office to
WANTED-Four districts agents
six special agents to represent
Carolina's first end only 014Lm
Life Insurance Company,, the oi
eastern of Greanvil-le, 8 0., n Ct
angeburg, Bamberg, Barnwalilk
en, Edgeflid, Saluda, NkIwbety~
Fairfield, Lexingtons Calhoun; Oes~
ter, York, and Riehlandco
Excelllen3t and liberal contracts ^t
good men. Address with referenc
McCain and Parbham, General Agts.
304 Skyscraper, Columbia, S. C.
WANTED YOU' to know turn
points will, be sharpened by
Newber'ry Machine Shops at 10.
each, and that they will do the same
work as - new ones wbiieh cost--you
25 cents. Bring your points to New
be- Machine Shops. 12-38t
P'OR RENT-Seven room alwelln
moIdarn convenience, 1326 OAeg,
street. Large garden and 7ev"
Apply to Miss Ola Wilson.
[,ANGFOBD A BUSHAERPT r
market for cotton seed and(
the hig'hest prices. Best shil
IET YOUR GLASSES from Dr. G
W. Connor,'a graduate of the 1am.
est optical college ir the world-t
Northern Illinois College of Chieus
go. Dr Connor is located periis
ently in' Newberry, gises both
objective and subjective tests3 =
eercite nd un,nteen his wo'l