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Movements of Many People, New
herrians and Those Who Visit
Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Ramage, of Sa
luda, were in the city last week.
Mrs. H. H. Franklin and children
spent Sunday in Saluda county.
Miss Lois Goggans left Saturday for
Laurens to visit Miss Emily Meng.
Miss Dollie Reagin is visiting in
the Bush River neighborhood.
Miss Josie Hutchinson left yester
day to visit in. Greenville.
Miss Della Foster ,eft Monday for
Atlanta to resume her work in mil
Miss Pearl McCrackin attend the
dance of the Clinton German club at
Clinton last Thursday night.
Mr. Paul S. Halfacre leaves today
for Pomaria to attend the Beden
Mr. Jno. T. Duncan, of the Edge
vald Reporter, was in the city Satur
Miss Florence Bowman is in Bir
mingham, Ala., visiting her sister,
Mrs. George C. Walter.
Mr. Andrew Nickols, of Utopia sec
tion of Newberry, was in town yester
day.-Saluda Standard, 23rd.
Mr. James A. Mimnaugh (has gone to
the markets of Baltimore, New York
and Philadelphia-for new goods.
Mr. Bobie Wilson, of Prosperity,
-spent Saturday -night with his cousin,
Frank Smith.-Lebanon cor. Abbe
ile Medium, 23rd.
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Shealy spent a
few days last week visiting relatives
1-a Newberry.-St. Peter's cor. Bates
burg Enterprise, 23rd.
Miss Pearl MeCrackin, of Newberry
county, is the charming guest of the
Misses 'Mason on P:;inny avenue.
Clinton Gazette, 23rd.
Mrs. J. Lawton Watkins, of Chap
pells, accompanied by her son, Master
Hayne, spent the week-end with her
mother, Mrs. Margaret Day.
Miss Lizzie Ca211h--, of the Cedar
Springs instituite, spent the week-end
'with her parents, Mr. and M,s. J. H.
Mrs. G: W. Connor, Sr., of Cokes
bury, mother of Dr. G. W. Connor,
-as in th.e city Friday to witness the
-presentation of Esther.
Mrs. Emma Hair anca daughter, MViss
Marie, leave today for the Northern
m-arkets to get complete new spring
nrery to fit those wiho wobble in the
bobble and those who don't.
Mr. Henry, M. Wright, :a former
Niewberry boy, but now an acclimated
Laurens citizen, has been ' appointed
one of the additional rural policemen
for Laurens couunty.
Miss Dozier Saulter and Miss An
nie Saulter, of Chappells, 'were ad
dIed to the rolls of the Cokesbury con
ference schooL last week.--Cokesbury
cor. The State, 25th.
Mrs. S. A. Riser and daughter, Miss
Sena, of Newberry, nave been visiting
the family of LeRoy Lee, Esq., in
North Academy street.-Kingstree
Mr. Paul S. Halfacre, manager
Newberry Insurance and Realty com
-pany, returned Friday firom a suc
cessful trip over the territory cover
ed by their general agency.
Mrs. Mary E. Smith, of Seneca, is
visiting her son, Dr. Van smith. Mrs.
* Smith is eighrty-<two years old, al1
thug a stranger would take her to
* be ever so much younger, so remark
.ably well preserved is she.
Mr. J. B. O'Neall Holloway, le-ctur.2r,
is in the city, briefly. He spent Sun
<day at Winthrop with his daughter,1
Miss Fannie Holloway. Says he saw
'the largest, ~happiest, jolliest, sweet
est and prettiest c.rowd of girls he
had ever seen in his life.
Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Todd, of Wood
ruff, came to ,Newberry to see "Es
ther" Friday night, and to pay a visiti
to Mrs. Todd in the city, Mr. Todd be
ing a brother of the late James F.
Todd. Mr. Todd act-ed the part of
''Kin.g Ahaseurus" in the cantata
when it was played at Woodruff and
he wanted to see the Newberry king.~
The Rev. .J. Henry Harms, D. D.,
president of Newberry college, has
accepted an invitation from the U. D.
C.'s of St. Matthews to deliver the
memorial address on May 10. Dr.
Harms is making an enviable reputa
tion as a public speaRer and he will
be welcomed by the people of this
community.-St. Matthews cor. S;'n
VARIOUS AND ALL ABOUT.
About $1,800 was raised by the Rev.
M. 0. J. Kreps in Newberry for the
L utheran Theological seminary, and
then Mr. Kreps didn't get to see all
-who would have contributed.
Thmr wim bo a meeting of thej
county farmers' union here on Satur- PD
day morning at 11 o'clock. Two mat
ters of considerable importance are to
be dealt with and a full turn out is
urged and expected.
Mr. J. S. Dominick, of the Chappells
community, is at th4e Columbia hos
pital for treatment. His many friends
will be pleased to know that he is do
ing as well as could be expected.
There will be a box party at Ruth
erford academy, Miss Annie Higgins,
teacher, on Friday evening at -S p. m., of
March 3. All interestri in the prog- E
ress of said school are requested to hii
come with well filled boxes. The pro- b;
ceeds will be devoted to the library. m
The negro woman who was burn- se
ed on Mr. J. S. Dominick's place in ch
No. 7, died on Thursday afternoon O
from the effects of the burn. t1a
Mr. W. A. Wallace and Miss Annie N
Walsh, of Augusta. were married last le
Sunday, in that city. Mr. Wallace is t
a conductor on the C. & W. C. rail- th
road and the oldest son of Mr. and r
Mrs. J. A. Wallace, of onr city. The
Herald, along with other friends, ex
tends its con-gratulations.-Laurens- r
ville Herald, 24th. The Wallaces are ini
known in Newberry, Mr. Wallace hav- (0
ing once been engaged in the express jz
office here under Mr. J. A. Burton, T
his mother being remembered as fox
merly Miss Sula Lockwood, a most t
beautiful girl who ased to visit this lCu
city from Laurens.
Skovgaard Concert Party. *
The Skovgaard Concert party will co
appear in Holland hall on Thursday
evening, March 16. This party is com
posed of Alex Skovgaard, the eminent
Danish violinist, accompanied by Miss sc
May Warner, a noted soprano, and ti(
Miss Alice McClung, a pianist of rare pr
ability. Newberry snould certainly to
congratulate herself upon securing to
this excellent company.
Alex Skovgaard is the greatest viol- ed
inist touring &merica today. He is a ch
large and handsome man, "who draws It
from his violin a big round tone, al- so
ways pure and true, 'and who suc
ceeds in pleasing a mixed audience ro
bettEtr than most high-grade violin- an
The monarchs of Europe have been
swayed by his melody. Twice has lie be
played before the late King Christian, Jn
of Denmark, at 'another time before Ne
the late King Oscar, of Sweden, and Ial~
again to Hakon, the present king of K
Norway. He also won the attention
of Wilhelm, emperor of Germany, in
1902, when he appeared as soloist at S.
the opening of the Royal Berlin Aca- co
demy of Music, with the result that to
twice since the emperor has, through co:
Joseph Joackim, had him invited to Me
play at private concerts in the Royal mi
Palace in Berlin. an
For the past few years he has been tic
touring as the Skovgaard .Concert 4
party, where, with. the assistance of a a
singer and a pianist, he himself is
responsible for a programme which E
proves its worth in that it keeps him fit
playing every night in spite of the c
travelling strain this of necessity imn- mE
The New York city Times says of .
Herr Skoogaard, when he recently eu a
tertained some one 'hundred and fifty
m.usicians in the beautiful Fifth ave
nue home of Mr. C. T. Harris, that
his "art is of the self-composed and
boroughly convincing kind, free from
affection and to the po:nt. His techni
ue is marvelous and his tone clear, Ml
resolute and powerful." Every one Fe
is anxiously waiting for the rare priv- to
ilege of hearing Herr Skovgaard, one ,ths
f the world's greatest violinists. e
Newberry is indeed fortunate to ha.ve
im come here. ry
Mr. Editor: In your full and gen
rally correct report of th4 proceed
ngs of the recent meeting of the city
ouncil is an error which I feel, in
ustice both to the Southern Power
:ompany and myself, that I should
orrect. I know that the error is
purely a misunderstanding and untin- Ch
tentional on your part. The report C.,
"Alderman Earhardt said that a N
representative of the Southern Power. me
company had told him that they would co:
buy the city plant. it mattered not M
what it cost, if they once secured their
franchise." etc. g
What I did say, or meant to say, niu
was: A represen-tative of the Southern ha
Power company told me that once at
they secure'd the franchise submitted to
to council, they would immediately on
begin negotiations for the city plant.vi
Then I myself added, that they would co
get it regardless of what it would bu
cost, etc. th.
I make this correction because it is co
my desi-e to be tfair. While being fix- co
ed in my ideas and determined in the yo
fight, I would not knowin.gly misrep- ne
resent a fact to gain a point. pr
J1. W. Earha:'dt. ur
Don't feil to hear the Skorgaard
Cone(h+ Party at thue cee on Thnurs
[OF. J. N. HARPER
OF CLEMSON COLLEGE
[LL ADDRESS PEOPLE OF NEW
BERRY MARCH 10.
vited by Chamber of Comferce
Farmers Especially Uurged to
Professor J. N. HMarper, director
the South Carolina Agricultural
:periment station, Clemson College,
s accepted an invitation extended
the Newberry chamber of com
arce through Mr. .Tno. B. Mayes,
,retary, to make a talk before the
amber of commerce on the evening
March 10. This address will be for
benefit largely of the farmers of
wberry county as -,vell as the busi
ss men of Newberry, and it is hoped
at a large number of the farmers of
: county will arrange to attend the
eting, and hear the address of Prof.
'he purpose of the chamber of com
rce is to advance the agricultural
erest of the county as well as the
mmercial interest of the city, real
ng that as the rural community ad
ning the city prospers so will the
y prosper. In other words, one of
a purposes of the. organization is to
Itivate and thus cereate a more cor
l and 'a better feeling amongst the
ople of the city and of the rural
mmunity. It is desired that the peo
, of Newberry county, city and
untry, should feel that their inter
ts are identical, and as one prospers
must the other prosper.
Professor Harper is not only a
entific agriculturist, but he is prac
al and his speech wil be along
actical lines, and will be of benefit
those farmers who desire to im
ve their conditions.
An invitation has also been extend
to Mr. A. W. McKeand, of the
amber of commerce of Charleston.
is hoped that he will be present al
at this meting.
rhe meeting will be held in the
)ms of the chamber of commerce,
d the public is cordially invited to
rhe following is the correspondence
tween Professor -Harper and Mr.
o. B. Mayes .as 'secretary of the
werry chamber of commerce, and
;o Mr. Mayes' le.tter .to Mr-. Mc
Feb. 21st, 1911.
Prof. J. N. Harper, Clemson College,
C., Dear Sir-I write to ask you to
~ne to Newberry and make a talk
the *members of .the chamber of
merce on the evening of Friday,
Lrch 10th. A number of farmers are
embers of our chamber of commerce
i we will extendi a special invita
n to the farmers of the county to
me in that evening and hear your
[f. you can be with us at that time,
feel that it will be of great bene
not only to the members of the
amber of com?merce, but; to the far
rs of this county.
Please let me know at your very
rliest convenience if *you can be
bh us at that time. Wi th kind re
rds, I am,
Very truly yours,
Jno. B. Mayes,
Clemson College, Feb. 23, 1911.
ifr. Jno. B. Mayes, Newberry, S. C.,
-dear sir-I have your letter of
bruary 21st, in which you invite me
make a talk 'before the members o
chamber of commerce on the
~ning of March 10th. It will give
great pleasure to ome to Newber-I
and make a talk to that body on
t date. ..Please accept my sincere
Lnks for this kind invitation.
~Vith kind regards, I am,
* Very truly yours,
J. N. Harper,
. February 25th, 1911.
dr. A. W. McKeand, Secretary,
amber of Comm?erce, Charleston, S.
Dear Sir--I wrne to ask if you
1 make it convenient to come to
wherry and make a talk to the
mbers of the Newberry chamber of
:nmerce on the evening of Friday,
.rch 10th, at 8 p. m.
rof. J. N. Ha-rper, director of thie
uth Carolina Agricultural Exper'i
it station at Clemson College,
kindly consented to be present
that time and we are very anxious
have addresses from both of you
that evening. We expec-t to in-:
e the farmers of the surrounding
itry to be presnt. as well as the
sin'ess men of Newberry. 1 hope
it you can make it conwSniemv to
Ene, as the business -men of this
munity are very anxious to meet
a and get your idea as to the things
cessary to bring about conmmercial
>Sperity in this section.
EIoping that we may have the pleas
e of having you with us at that
me. I am,
Very truly yours,
'Jno. B. Mayes,
A SAFE JOUR%ET.
The Two Lovers Meet on Pacific Coast
and Plight Their Faith-A
Miss Lulie Hunt, who left Newberry
on the 17th, on an across the con.tin
en,t trip to meet her lover, who was
waiting her in San Francisco, arrived
in that city on Friday, February 24,
about noon, and was met at the sta
tion by the young man with whom she
went to join her fortunes for weal or
As stated before, she was accompa
nied by her mother, Mrs. J. P. Mahon.
The relatives in Newbeiry received
letters and post cards from Mrs. Ma
hon and Miss Hunt as .they were en
route and all of these stated that they
were havilng a most delightful trip
across the continent. They wrote
from Atlanta, New Orleans, San An
tonio and El Paso, and Los Angeles,
and each message bore .tidings of a
most lovely trip, and great enjoyment
of the beautiful scenery. At New Or
leans, where they ad a little wbile
and also at Los Angeles, they were
taken sight seeing. It was their pur
pose at Los Angeles to visit Pasadena
in -order to call upon Dr. J. A. B.
The following telegram announced
their arrival in San Francisco.
San Francisco, Feb. 24.
Mr. J. P. Mahon,
Newberry, S. C.
Arrived safely. Dr. T. met us. Be
married Sat. 8 p. m. Mother leaves
for home 27th.
Lulie M. Hunt.
As stated, they were met at the
train by Dr. Turnipseed, and on Satur
day the following telegram was re
ceived from Mrs. Malbon:
San Francisco, Cal., Feb. 25-11.
J. - P. Mahon,
Newberry, S. C.
Lulie and Dr. Turnipseed were.mar
ried by Rev. G. E. Burlingame at the
residence -of Dr. M. W. Glover, 808
Page St, San Francisco, Cal. Will
sail for Manila 28th.
It so happened 'that Dr. Glover,
,mentioned in the telegram, at whose
residence the marriage ceremony was
performed; is a friend of Dr. Turnip
seed -and is also in the service of the
government Dr. Burlingame, whlo
performed the marriage cermony, is
an acquai-ntance and a personal friend
and 'a former schoolmate at the South
ern seminary of 'the Rev. Geo. A.
Wright, of Newberry.
Mrs. Maihon left San Francisco yes
terdtay nmorning on her retuirn trip to'
Newberry. Dr. and Mrs. Turnipseed
will sail this morning for the far
Philippines, and it will be several
weeks before they 'arrive at <their fu
ture home in Manilla.
The many friends;of Mrs. Turnip
seed will be delighted tbo know that
she had such a pleasant -trip across
~te continent, and talat the jou-rney
was made without accident and ter
minated so happily and so successful
ly, and will wish 'her non voyage not
only across the Pacific but throughout
the journey of life.
Constable T. P.. Adams prosecuted
four colored gamblers befoi'e Magis
trate J. C. Sample on Saturday. The
trial cost each one $5. It also devel
oped during the tria-l 'that Sallie Ken
ney, colored, of Cromer's Cross Roads,
had sold liquor, the question, Did you
ever se~e Sallie sell liquor? having
been answered -in the affirmative. She
ws bound over to court.
On Sunday Constables. cannon &.
Blease, Tom P. Adams 'and Magistrate
Sample rounded up ten negro gam
blers in Wells' woods. One, however,
es .ape;d. The nine caught were.
brought to town and on Monday
morning ,they were tried before Mag
istrate Sample and convicted. Each
was fined $5. Al,l paid.
D)aY Letter aiv Wire.
The Western Union Telegraph com
pany sometime ago inaugurated what
it called its night letter by which a
letter of fifty words could be sent to
New York for 50 cents.
On March 1, notice is given that a
day letter of 50 words or less will be
sn.t by the Western Union at one and
one-::if times the cost of the night
letter. The day letter .to New York~
wold be 75 cents for 50 words.
Mr. C. A. Murphy, the manager of
the of!ice at Newberry, will be glad to
cnfer 'pith persons desiring the use
of the day letter, an 1 in order that the
lay letter' will b'o En;id1d romptly it~
is d fs5ired that, if possib)le, da'; letters
e iled as e'arly ini the (day as possi
At the pa rs.onage of the First Dap
t!st church in Newberry on Sund:ay
afernoon at 4 o'clock Mr. Theo. Dani
elseni and Mrs. Effie Wilson were
united in norriage by the Rev. Geo.
Don't faiil to bear the Skovgaard
(ocert Party ait the collegre 4on Tlhuirs
dlay Manrch 1Y.
AT CENTRAL CHURUH.
Interest and Attendance Increasing. t
Services to Continue Through v
The revival -services at Central t
Methodist church are continuing t
through this week. The interest and t
attendance are steadily increasing. it
Several professed conversion on Sun- e
day evening. Saturday afternoon t]
there wire about three hundred chil-;
dren present at a service arranged' -
specially for them, and one hundred!
sixty-five came forward to the altar !S
for prayer. It was indeed a beautiful e
Rev. E. T. Adams, the evaigelist,
a preacher of great earnestness and
his work is telling among all classes.1C
Professing Christians are being led
into a higher life and conviction Is
being brought to the unsaved.
Mr. Hugh A. Clotworthy 'has fair
ly captured all hearts by his sweet x
and genial spirit. And his voice is
one of the greatest ever heard in
Newberry. The chorus, composed of
honie talent is doing credit to itself,
and the singing is quite a feature of
The services are at 3.30 and 7.30
p. m. All are invited -to attend.
D. A. Dickert Chapter.
The regular monthly meeting of the IF
D. A. Dickert chapter, Children of the
Confederacy, will meet st the resi
dence of Mrs. J. H. Summer Satur
day afternoon, March 4, at 4 o'clock.
All who have not paid the annual (
dues of 10 cents will please pay at d
Carolyn Caldwell, F
* * * * * * * * * * *
* * * * * * * * * * * d
Mrs. J. Henry Harms had the
pleasure of entertaining thle Fort.
nightly club Wednesday morning, and
made it a most pleasant meeting for
members and guests. Mrs. P. E. S
Scott red from Stoddard's' Lectures
as the' guests sewed, and then all 'en
tered most spiritedly into- discussions
of current events. A delightful course'
luncheon was then served the follow- -
ig: Mesdames J. T. Mayes, C. H. I
Cannon, E. H. - Kibler, Lake Cely.
Frank Rl. Hunter, J. Y. McFall, R. Z.
Thomas, F. Z. Wilson, Ed. C. Jones,
W. H. CaTwile, L. W. Floyd, S. B. -
Jones and Misses Mary E. Bur.ton, "
Ola Wilson, Lucy McCaughrin, Min
The Ladies Aid society of the Lu-1
theran church had a most pleasant so
cial meeting with Mrs. D. A. Dickert
Tuesday afternoon. About thirty nmem
bers were present, and after a social
hour ambrosia and angels food cake -
were served the guests.- Js
The mnembers of the0 Drayton Ruthi
erford chapter,' U. D. C., desire, to
thank most heartily 'the teachers and
pupils of the schools for the follow-.
ing contribution to the Arlington
Monument Tund: Boundary Street
school, $3.25; Pope school, $2.10;
high school, $2.70.
Mrs. J. E. Norwood, F
One of the delightful affairs of theF
past week, was a luncheon, with
ourses laid for 11, given by Mrs. .T. C.
Pool, to her neices, Miss Grace Jones
and Miss Mary McDowell, of Ashe
ville,- N. C.
A six-course lunch was served to
the following cousins: Mrs. C. D.
Weeks, Mrs.' W. E. Pelham, Mrs. L.L
W. Jones, Mrs. F. N. Martin, Mrs.
Henry Cannon, Miss Oa'roli.ne Weeks.
Miss. Joness Miss McDowell, Miss
Moriat Martin and Miss Mary L. Bur
The dining room was 'bright with
the soft lights of candles, and prettilyl
decorated with yellow to correspond
to the jonquils that were.used in pro
fusion, the parlor with white a.nd viol
ets, and the living room with bloom- -
ing plants of geraniums and frieziers.,
The morning passed all too quickly
to the cousins, who seldom have the
opportunity of meeting all together.
* * *
The Woman's Club held a delightful
session with Miss Elizabeth Dominick
Thursday afternoon. To the roll call:
all responded with something from'
Greek literature. Mrs. Houseal led:
the lesson review. -after which Mrs.
Fair read a paper on the Greek -
A dliscus-sion on Grecian mythology.
wa led by Mrs. R. D. Wright and the
afterlioon closed with Brggant's Ode
to Greece which was read by Mrs. H. 0
The "Emo3ry Circle" wvill mee t this.
week with Mrs. J1. B. Fox. The Wed
ne'sday Afternoorn club, with Mrs.
Frank Sligh, and the Bachelor Maids
wBh Miss Carolyn Cromer.
Red Men at Blairs.
Great Sachem Otto Klettner institu
ci a tribe of Red Men at Blairs la4t
,eek. The great sachem says Blairs
a fine place and he is proud of his
ew tribe. He has invited the new
-ibe to be present Thursday night at
ie meeting of Bergell tribe to see
ie presentation of a prize won
1 the contest for securing the great
st number of new members during
ae last six months, which prize was
'on by Bergell tribe. Great Sachem
:lettner will visit 5ergell tribe
'hursday night when the prize pre
entation will take place as announc
)ne Cent a Word- No ad
vertisement taken for less
than 25 cents.
apanese china, and silver table ware
make nice wedding presents. 'We
have a good line of It. Anderson
Ten Cent Co.
EGHORNS ONLY-Fifteen egg set
tings from fancy Single Comb
Brown or White Leghorns, $1. Two
settings, $1.75.- Per hundred, $4.
May's Leghorn Yards, Prosperity,
S. C. 2-28-It.
'OR SALE-Two fresh milk cows
at $35 each. J. L. Mayer.
Don't fail to hear the Skovgaard
oncert Party at the college on Thurs
ay, March 16.
'OR CASH ONLY-Our fine china and
real cut glass is selling at reduced
prices. Customers wbo buy -early.
secure the -best bargains. Weddiat
gifts. W. E. Pelh4tm & Son.
Don't fail .to hear the Skovgaard
oncert Party at the college on Thurs.,
ay, March 16.
~ou ought to see our high grade
white crockery.. It Is thin a
smooth. Anderson 1&e. Co.
ALESKEN WANTED-To look after
our interest in Newberry and -Aha
cent counties. Salary or commle
sion. Address The Victor 011 'Corn
Spany, Cleveland; O. 2N8-1t
'OR SALE-110 -Bus'hels (very fine)
Iron pea at $2.50 per bushel Lf. ob
Newberry, S. C.. J. L. Mayer.
Red Cross" Hair rolls, 24 inches, 10.
Anderson Ten Cent Co.
rANTED-ISecond hand bags and
hurl4ps. Write for prices. RLcf
mond Bag Company, Richmond, V.
andy, fresh shipment every *eqk
Anderson Ten Cent Co.
END ME your name, agend4 oep
pation and learn abouit the best
HeeIlth and Accident Polief tat.
little money beii buzy. 1*AUS e S
law, Columbia. ~4
OR SALE-About 1,000 pounde 40
first gade fodder at $1.50 per %un
dred. J. . Kibler. 2-284t.
lower pots, all sizes. 'Anderson lOc.
0O RENT-One vacant bed- room
over office J. A.. Burton. T. C. PooL
[ST arrived, a carload of heart, and
sap shingles. Langford & Bus
ardt. . 1-17-ti.
EARN AUTOMOBILE BUSINESS
Take a 30 days practical course i
our well equipped .machine shops
and learn the automobile,. business
and accept good positions. Ghar
lotte Auto School, Charlotte, N,
ING cotton seed, pure, '$1.00 per
bushel. W. C. Sligh, Newberry, S.
C., R. F. D. No. 3. 2-14-tt
OR SALE-100 bushels Cleveland big
boll and 25 or 30 buzshels long staple
selected cotton seed at $1~.00 per
bushel, f. o. b., Newberry, S. C. 3.
L. Mayer. 2-21-4t-1taW.
00R MAN'S DELIGHT cotton seed,
pure. Early cotton; produces 5 to
2 locks to boll. Most prolific grow
er. $4.00 per bushel. W. C. Sligh.
Newberry, S. C., R. F. D. No. 3.
HONE 95 for nice fresh meat. E. L.
Rodelperger, Lower Main Street.
ET YOUR GLASSES from Dr. G. W.
Connor, a graduate of the largestq
optical college in .the world-the
Northern Illinois College of Chicago.
Dr. Connor is located permanently
in Newberry, gives both the.objec
tive and subjective tests by electric
ity and g'uarantees his work.