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Movements of Many People, New
'aerrians and Those Who Visit
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Lewis. of At
lanta, are visiting her par-,ntb. Mr.
nnd Mrs. C. C. Chase.
Miss Isabelle Sign, of Abbeville, will
arrive on a visit to Mrs. Harold An
,derson next Thursday.
Mrs. S. H. McLean and children, of
-Columbia, are visiting her sister, Mrs.
,G G. Sale.
Mr. J. W. Keels, of Lynchburg,
a:ended the Taylor-Goodman mar
riage in Newberry Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Ehrhardt and
little son, Lyles, of Ehrhardt, are on a
visit to her mother, Mrs. H. F. Cline.
Mr. Walter Davis, pressman in the
Columbia Record office, was in the
city and gave his former headquar
ters, The Herald and News office, a
pleasant visit yesterday morning.
Mr. Irby D. Shockley, the wel
known Newberry contractor now sup
erintending the construction of build
ings in Columbia, is spenaIng several
days in the city.
Mr. C. G. Wyche, of Prosperity, has
- -been chosen valedictorian of the class
of 1911, University of South Caro
lina, with three other students from
the graduating class to speak on
commencement day, June 7. Mr.
Wyche is president of the student
The many friends of Dr. R. D.
Smart, who, on account of seriaus ill
ness, was compelled to give up pas
toral work some months ago, will be
pleased to learn that he is steadily re
gaining health and strength. He is
now making his home at Charlottes
,Tile, Va.-Nashville Advocate.
Mr. .and Mrs. Jesse D. Coats, of
Richmond, Va., were called to Colum
big last night by the serious illness of
his sister, Mrs. Davis, who is at the
Knowlton hospital.-The State, 8th.
Mrs. Davis was carried to the hospital
Friday night by Dr. W. G. Houseal,
accompanied by Mrs. Davis' mother,
Mrs. Kate Coats, and Mrs. D. L.
Beachamn. They reached the hospital
.at 10.30 and the operation for appen
d icitis and abscess was performed at
midnight, which saved the life of the
patient, as it was a desperate case
needing immediate attention. The
~operation was highly successful and
2Mrs. Davis is recovering.
VARIOUS AXB ALL ABOUT.
Coroner Felker has recently bad a
'phone put in his residence. The num
bner is 145-2.
There 'were three weddings in in:wn
Sunday. Looks like the April Sun
day bride was taking the day.
In helping Oharleston to advertise
berself in Newberry last Friday New
berry advertised 'herself handsomely.
The Newberry Machine shops has
sold Dr. J. J. Dominick, of Pro&per
fty, a Ford runaibout.
The good roads and the automobiles
are.likewise strong factors in the de
'velopment of southern Georgia.-At
The Newberry band compared fav
"orably with the Charleston band Fri
'day. The Newberry band is 'hard to
The courcil of the Lutheran Church
of 'the Redeemer will meet this, Tues-;
dAay;, afternoon at 5 o'clock in Dr. Geo.
B. Cromer's office.
'The Bachelor Maids will hold a
busiess meeting at the rooms of the
chamber of cominterce, this, Tuesday,
~afternoon at 4.30 o'clock.
There will be a public picnic at
Dawkins Ferry on April 15. Every
body is cordialy invited to come and
bring well filled baskets.
If everybody will do their part
~rangeburg will be cleaner and
sweeter and healthier this summer.
Times and Democrat. That's the talk'
everywhere? Will Newberry be in it?
The ladies of St. Luke's church will
give an Easter egg hunt for the chil
~dren of the Sunday school, next Mon
d.ay afternoon at 4.30 in Mrs. D. Fair
TPfer's yard. Public invited.
If you want to see a road well
'worked you should see the road from
the Gibson place to Hmnderson's ferry
on the Enoree, under management of
Messrs. J. G. Miller and J1. W. Werts.
Get rid of all tin cans and decaying
snatter of every description, and that
'will help to get rid of flies and unos
zjuitoes.-Orangeburg Times and Dem
The Augusta Chronicle says hun
dreds of good towns have been kept
in the village classification and de
nied their proper growth by factional
.strife and personaL animosities.
Th alendonar of the coentra! M.rin
odist church will have the proceeds
from the picture show in the old court
house on Thursday afternoon and ev
ening, the fund to be used for the pur
chase of the pipe organ.
Fight. the house fly now and every
tomorrow. It causes more sickness,
suffering and death every year than
all M'her winged and crawling crea
tures in the State combined.-Barn
Mr. Eugene S. Blease, who has been
retained to defend Thomas James,
made application for bail brfore Judge
Watts at Greenwood yesterday, and
bail was granted in the sum of $500.
Mr. F. P. Wicker, and Mr. Ira B.
Schumpert will take the boy out of
The Rev. Hiram Huiret, colored,
pastor of Mill creek church, Rich
mond, but who lives. in Newberry,
found on his place recently an old
badge which was doubtless once pos
sess'ed by a federal soldier who lost it
here, as it is a relict of the "grand
ariny of the republic."
Magistrate Sample Saturday had
about a dozen negroes up for gamb
ling, and fined them $5 apiece. He also
had four before him for disorderly
conduct, three of whom were fined $6
each and one $8. Tfe $8 man plead^'.
not guilty, hence the heavier line. All
paid. Constables T. P. Adams and .L.
W. Henderson made the raid.
Coroner W. E. Felker came near
having to perform a marriage cere
mony last week for a colored couple,
at which performance Dr. W. G. Hou
seal would have been a witness, as
he was with the coroner in the dis
charge of official duty: But the wed
ding didn't materialize, not through
the act of the coroner.
One man when he saw so many
school children Friday made the re
mark that he didn't know there were
so many children in town. That
wasn't near all, man, two entire
grades were absent through respect
to Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Scurry, whose
little son Guy, dying Thursday, was a
member of one of the grades and an
other of the children being a .member
of the other grade.
Easter service will be held at St.
Luke's Episcopal church on next Sun
day evening at 8 o'clock, by Bishop
Guerry, who will preach and admin
ister the rite of corfirmation, to which
services the public is cordially invit
ed. The bishop is a fine pulpit orator,
a profound scholar and deep thinker,
and his friends and admirers in New
berry will be glad to hear him Sun
THE LAYNEN'S MOVEMENT.
Committees and Pastors to Meet This
In The Herald and News of Friday
it was mentioned that a meeting had
been held looking to the convention
in Ne'w'berry of the laimnen's move
The general chairman, Dr, Ge~o. xB.
Cromer, announces ti-e following comn
Finance-W. H. Hunt, chairman; 0.
B. Mayer, J. B. Hunter.
Entertainment-E. C. Jones, chair
man; James F. Epting, W. A. Mc
Publicity-Alan Johnston-e, chair
man; W. H. Wallace, R. H. Greneker.
The above committees and the pas
tors of the various churches in New
berry are requ-ested to meet in t're
chamber of commerce rooms this'
mornin-g at 9 o'clock, in accordance
with the call of 'the general chairman,
Red Men and Women.
The following is a list of delegates
to represent Bergell tribe at the
meeting of the great co.uncil in Green
ville today, tomorrow and Thursday:
0. S. Goree, D. G. S.; C. G. Blease,
G. M.; 0. Klettner, G. S.; E. H. Au.11,
J. K. Aull, B. B. Leitzsey, R. P.
Franklin, 0. 0. Smith, B. 0. Epting, J.!
M. Taylor. J. L. Williams, E. 'L. Rod
elsperger, W. B. Johnson, .J. H-. Chap
The following is the list of lady
representatives to the great . council
of Pocahon.tas at the same time and
Miss Lizzie Clamp, Mrs. L. G. Pit
tard, Mrs. Clara Wicker Stone. Mrs.
Nettie Epting, Mrs. Emma Hair, Miss
Lillie Mann, P. G. P.; Mrs. Rebecca
Lewie, F. C.: Mrs. Cunnnings Pouk
night. G. F.
Woodm~en to Entertain.
Ash Grove canmp, No. 194, W. 0. W.,
of Pomaria, will furnish a reception
and supper at Pomaria on Go od Fri
day eveninug, beginning at i o'clock.
The supper will consist of fresh oys
ters. fish. chicke'n, pickles, salads, and
many other palatable i;saes.
All of the members are cordially in
vited to bring rheir wives with th: ':.
Music will be furnishrd by the mlem
irers of the camp. N 'o.efort will bo
TO PRESENT OLD FLAGS.
On Fiftieth Anniversary of Going to
War-Mr. W. G. Peterson Writes
Editor The Herald and News:
Thursday, the 13th inst., being th '
fiftieth anniversary of th' departur+
of Company B, 3rd South Carolina Vo1
unteers for the army, Airs. James A.
Burton will on that day carry the
flags of Company B, 3rd S. C. V., to
Columbia and deposit them in th- relie
room at the State house. You are
cordially invited to go with us, and
we hope that several of the survivors
will go also. Fifty yea^s in the fu
ture looks like a long time, but to
us who assembled at Newberry on
the 13th day of Api'il, 1S61, .. years
seems a short time indeed.
Of the hundreds of people who were
at the depot that beautiful Sunday
morning, so few are left. The great
majority have gore over the river to
rest under the shade of the trees. It
was a day of patriotism, a day of
tears, a day of rejoicing, a day of sor
row. Many lips met that day that were
to meet no more on earth. We were
soon off for Charleston, but when we
reached Columbia we were informed
that Fort Sumter had surrendered.
We were carried to camp in Columbia
and here began that drill that mace
the Confederate soldiers the greatest
fighters on earth. But the grey line is
getting thin now. Soon there will be
none living who can tell of the gal.
lantry of that band of heroes. How
they fought. How they suffered. Hov
they marched barefooted in the snow
and ice of Virginia and Tennesse.
How they suffered from hunger and
cold. How they held up the Confed
eracy on the points of their bayonet
for four years. 'People of Newberry,
the old veterans will not be with you
many years longer. S-ee that none of
them sufler from hunger.
W. G. Petersorl.
Newberry, S. C., April 10, 1911.
Wants to Thank Somebody.
Some time ago a citizen paid for
The Herald and News to be sent Mr.
James T. Bishop, Macon, Ga., un
known to Mr. Bishop. A letter of re
cent date to the editor from Mr. Bish
op brings the "comipliments *of an old
gray haired veteran- of the sixties;"
who says he is due thanks to some
one for sending him the paper. He;
says it reminds him of a remark that
he heard when he was a youth of 16.
There had been a gracious and long
needed shower of rain and an old
gentleman was thankful for it and de
sired to express his thanks sa iL~
grateful man bared his head and turn
ing his eyes heavenward, s'id: "I am
much obliged to somebody for this
rain. I don't know who it is," Mr.
Bishop says that's the way it is with
him about the paper.
Mr. Bishop concludes his interest
ing and appreciat:ed letter as follows:
"lI condlusion 1 desire to say that
The Herald and News is a familiar
copy of former days. Its pages arel
clean and interesting, especially the
nannes of those I knew in the sweet
long ago. The mnater!al progress of
the old town has made in the last 40
years is evidently known only to those
who knew it then and now."
New 18tmars' Line.
A new 'farmers' telephone line hay
ing three subscribers 'has just been
connected with New'berry exchange of
the Southern Bell Telephone & Tel
egraph com.pany. The line extends
twelve miles out the Island Ford road
and furnishes service to the following
well known people: Mr. H. T. Fellers,
Mr. W. S. Spearman and Mr. ,Dick
The subscribers on the line are now.
in constant telephonic communication'
with each other and through the
Southern Bell exchange wfith the tel
ephone users in Newberry county.
The construction of this line and
its connection with the telephone ex-'
change here is another step in the
progress of the telephone develop-;
ment which is 'being made by the resi
dents in the rural sections' of New
berry county. Under the plan of the
Southern Bell Telephone & Telepgrah
company, farmers and other rural'
dwellers are enabled to secure tele
phone service on an economical basis.
As a result, farmers in all sections of.
the State are installing telephones in
Martha Flax and Emma Richie paid
by order of Mayor Langfordl SS each.
Monday, for stealing between them
three sirts and a pocketbook. to
gether valued at $10.50.
Two white men, brothers, were at.
mayor's court Monday, charged with
drunk and disorderly and threatening
police. On-e plead"d gui I y nd i
fined $20; the other was convicted and
fined $25. HeI mnad.a some obj.acrion
able remark about taking the da~y.
and not paying the money, when the
mayor doubled the tine for contempt
of court. The fine's had not been'! paid(
tip to going to press.
THE CHA RLESTON BOOSTERS.
Complimentary Words as to Their
Stay Here-Visited Other New
berry County Towns.
The Charleston boosters captur"?d
Newberry on Friday. The story of
their stay here is told by the staff
correspondent of the News and Cour
i-r accompanying the party as fL1
.k1 Newberrv Turns Out.
Newberry, April 7.-Work and pleas
ure both awaited the delegation in
plenty at Newberry this afternoon,
the special arriving here at 1.33
o'clock. Those in charge of the en
tertainment were: Z. F. Wright. mar
shal; W. J. Rountree. W. B. Wallace,
I. H. Hant, chairman. A grand par
ade of the bosters, Metz's ha, nd, the
Newberry Cuncert band, Newberry
college students, menmers or the lo
cal chamber of commerce, gra ,-,l
and high school students was held.
Spelches were made on the steps of
the old court house by Dr. J. H.
Harms, president of Newberry col
lege, and Mr. I. H. Hunt, ex-preside-t
of the chamber of commerce. Messrs.
M;0jenhoff. Mixson and others 'e
s.ponded. A delightful auto ride was
also given to the visitors, while
boosters and students exchanged yells
with a vim.
The "White Caps" met here this
afternoon the Charleston college base
ball nine, which arrived in the mont
ing for the purpose of clashing bats
with Newberry college.
Prosperity, Little Mountain, Chapin,
Following Newberry. on the rout
came Prosperity, where dozens of
farmers from all points of the com
pass congregated for the purpose of
seeing the "White Caps." Among
those who greeted the boosters here
were Representative C. T. Wyche, Dr.
G. Y. Hunter, .W. W. Wheeler, W.
A. Moseley, Dr. J. S. Wheeler and A.
Fifteen minutes .:ere spent in Lit
tle Mountain, Chapin and Irmo, all
on the .C., N. & L. road, between New
berry and Columbia. At Little Moun
tain the boosters were met, among
others, by Mayor W. A. Counts, J. B.
Derrick, W. B. S.heely, Messrs. George
W. Lindler, mayor; W. D. Williams,
J. S. Wessinger, Dr. T. W. Chafin and
C. P. Robinson were at the depot at
Chapin. An $8,000 graded school has
just Ibeen. conpleted in this town.
Irmo was the last stop of the day be
fore the special ran into Columbia.
The boosters were received there by
J. L. Cromer, J. W. Hook, R. E. Mat
James A. Davis Seriously Hurt.
James A. Davis, a switchman at
the Union station, was knocked off a
box car yesterday morning and sus
tained serious injuries. Mr. Davis
suffered a deep cut on the head, a
contusion of the leg, and a sprained
wrist. He was taken to th-e Coldmibia
hospital, where last night h'e was re
ported to be resting easily.
Mr. Davis was in.fured, it seems,
about 4 o'clock in the morning, and
was not found until 7. .
Mr. Davis 4 a son of B, B, Davis,
formerly of Newberry, but now a res
ident of Shandon.-The State, itD.
Former fellow-townsman B. B. Day
is has been having misfortune since
leaving Little Mountain. The Herald
and News is glad to state, however,
that young Mr. Davis 1s improving.
County Board Education.
The State board of education has
aportioned to two high schools in
Newerry county, a portionw of the
Sate money appropria:ted for that
purpose. Prosperity high school re
ceived $440, and the Little Mountain
high school $380. One-bawf of these
amounts was paid last fall, and the
other will be paid during the spring.
The State board of education, at its
meeting last week, also confirmed the
appointment of Prof. S. J. Derrick and
Mr. E. 0. Counts as n-..emoers of the
county board of examiners for New
A Sunday Marriage.
At 4.30 o'clock on Sunday after
noon, Mt. J. Russell Goodman, of
Lynchburg, and Miss Myrdie Lu
ce Taylor were married by the Rev.
M. L. Banks at the residence of the
bride's parents, Rev. and Mrs. J1. C.
Taylor. of New-berry.
The wedding march was played by
Miss Etta She lley.
Miss Eula Taylor, of Prosiperity,
cousin of the bride, was maid of hon
or, while the groom's best man was
Mr. LeRoy Motes, of Newberry, also
a cousin of the bride.
The flower girls- were Lola Taylor,
the biride's .gis-er:, and Abbie *ailard.
The happy coup-le left at noon yes
terday for Lynchburg, their future
The fortunate groom has won a
most. beautiful bride. Best wishes at
* NEWBERRY AGAIN WINS. *
(By B'll Ewart.) *
* * * ** * * * * * * *
Good playing and bad playing-with
emphasis on the "bad"-featured the
game Friday afternoon between the
,Charleeron college team and New
The conflict developed into a reg
ular sea-saw, first one team in the
lead and then the other, ending hap
pily, however, by the score of 5 to "
with the local talent holding the big
end-it took then until the very last
inning to store the game away
though, and the one run necessary to
win was accomplished in great style
by Johnson's men, who took advan
tage of their training in scientific
baseball in the following manner:
Boozer took first and second on
Gaffhey's error, vmeltzer sacrificed
him down on an out, Levi to Hair,
home. The squeeze play was again
worked successfully when Neal's well
placed bunt scored Boozer with the
Epting essayed to do the slab duty
for the locals. He found the road
somewhat rocky, however, and was
relieved by Eidson, the old reliable,
who took his task in the eighth round.
The contest was well nigh feature
less, save a bit of high-way robbery
committed by Myers. of Charleston,
when he took in Hazel's line drive,
which had hit labeled all over it in
the 6th round.
Wednesday afternoon a battle royal
is sure to take place wnen one strong
Presbyterian college team, of Clinton,
will put forth their fast efforts to
check the Newberrians in their mad
rush for the old rag. They will sure
ly have their hands full for the dope
says that they'll never be able to ov
ercome Eidson's great twirling and
the excellent defense that the locals
are capable of putting up.
This game will be called at 3.30
o'clock in order to enable the team
to return home that night.
This is getting off the original sub
ject, however. The box score of Fri
day's conflict gives the individual do
ing. It follows:
AB R1B PO AE
Boozer, s.. . 5 2 0 1 3 1
Smeltzer, 3b ..3 1 1 .1 4 0
Neel, rf. . . .3 0 1 1 ~'O 0
Wise, lf. . . .4 0 1 3 0 1
Hazel, c. .. .4 0 0 5 0 0
Epting,p . ..3 .1 2 0 5 0
Johnstone, 2b .4 0 3 3 3 1
Floyd, cf. . . .3 0 0 2 0 .0
Wright,b . ..4 1 1 11 0 0
Eidson,p . ..1 0 0 0 2 0
Total . . .34 5 9 27 17 2
College of Charleston.
AB R 1B PO AE
Pregnall,b . .4 .1 2 2 3 1
Gaffney, lf. . . .3 0 1 1 0 1
Levi, p.. ....4 0 0 0 7 -0
V'Kolnitz, ss. c 4 1 1 1 2 1
Hollin cf. &c. 4 1 1 6 2 0
Hawthorne, lb .4 1 1 8 1 2
Myers, 2b ...4 0 1. 2 1 0
S'pkim'n, cf. ss. 4 ' 0 1 4 0 0
Mobey, rf. .. .4 . O 0 ;1 Q, 0
T 'otals . ..35 4 8 25 16 5
Sutia: Two base hits, Pi-egnall,
Gaffney, Wise. Three base hit,
Smeltzer. Struck~ out by . Levi 4, by
Epting 3, by Eidson L~ Wild pritch,
Levi 1. Passed balls, Hollins. $tol
en bases, Smeltzer, Neel, 2, Hazel.
Sacrifice hits Smeltzer 2, Neil, Floyd,
Gaffney. Left on bases Charleston 4,
Newberry 7. Umpire Hardeman.
New Ilepe News.
Pomaria, April 8.-Mr. Ebbie Ber
ley spent last Satu-rday night and
Sunday at the home of his uncle, Mr.
J. P. Adaans.
Mr. and Mrs. .John F. Cromer spent
a pleasant day at the home o,f Mr.
Willie Ruff last Sunday..
The only mule of Mr. Willi-im Hentz
died last Thursday.
Mrs. Mary Wedeman has tak-en the
telephoire on -line 27 that .leads out
from Pomnaria, that has been~ 1a'ki:-g
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Adams spent last
Sunday at the home of *Ir. Wilbur
Two Palmi Sunday Weddings.
There was a doubles marriage in
Prosperity Sunday at the residence of
the officiating minister, the Rev. Mr.
Dudley, in the afternoon 'it Thout 4
o'clock, when two couples fro the
Mollohon mill village were united in
the bands. Miss Emma Burton, daugh
ter of Chief Engineer T. Burton, of
Mollohon, and Mr. Artie Di-:ker' formn
ed one couple, and Miss Ba lah Dick
ert, daughter of Mr. G. A. Di'nkert, anid
Mr. Isaac Stroud formed thz ot'ne
On last Wednesday afternoon, at
the residence of the bride's parents
in West End, by the Rev. Geo. A.
Wright, Miss Verde McCary was unit
ed in marriage to Mr. W. H. McKin
ney, of Greenwood.
Good middling.. .. .. ....
Strict good middling .... ..
Middling... ... ... ... ....
One Cent a Word. N
vertisement taken fo
than 25 cents. /
FOR SALE-Mules, good worker
Must be sold at once. Apply Lo
Office. 1100 Main St. 4-11
FOR RENT-One- 5-roone
Caldwell street. For
McK. Hutchinson. 4
500 BUSHELS pure big boll
ton seed for sale, two cents
at home, 75 cents bushel f.
cars, Chappells. J. S. Domini
THE LADIES society of the A. R. .
church will make all kinds of cakes
to order. Phone orders to 171 or
MAKE THE GIRL H,APPY-Give her
a beautiful ibox Huyler's fine mix
candy for Easter; the candy of
quality for quality folks. Pelham's
Drug Store. 4-11-it
DI. I. E. CRI, the well known eye-.
sight specialist, will be in Newberry
- the last week of April. If you need
glasses it will pay you to wait for.
FOR SALE-One five year old horse,
one top, rubber tire Rock Hill bug
gy. Apply to 0. O. Smith.
FOR RENT-One four-room'
on Nance street. Eleetric lights .an
" city water. Apply to T. M. Sanders..
WANTED-You to know that I am
representing the Aetna Life Insur '
ance Company, and would be/ pl_
ed to explain our polices to thos
desiring insurance, Insurance fi
nished by the Aetna is at-the lowest
possible cost, which absolute safety
can warrant Offie old Postoffice
Building. W. W. Cromer. 3-17-8t.
AUTOMOBILES for hire. Rates yea
sonable. 'Phone 98. C. W. Fant
BOONE COUNTY white3eoin at $1lpe
peck. Big Boll Triumph cotton,
per bushel Yields 38 per cent.
A. D. Hudson, Newberry, R. F. D,
HAVE YOUR HORSE and mule
ped at Dr. -Sharp's- Veterinary
vital. Prices reasonable. MW
gu-araniteed. Corniti MetRib1bea
Friend streets. Residence phone
316. Office phone 316. -7-tt.
CEDAR POSTS-200) cedar posts- for
sale. J. L. Mayer. R. F. D. No.'2..
LEARNJ AUTOMOBILE BUSINE'
Take a 30 days practical course
our well equippeil machine shops
and learn the automobile business
and accept good, positions. Char-.
lotte Auto School, Charlotte, N. C.
WANTED-Young men and ladies
learn telegraphy. We are receiving
more calls for our graduates than.
we can supply. Charlotte Telegra
phy School, Charlotte, N. C. -3-7-tf.
PURE EING COTTON-500 b I
75 cents per bushel F. 0. B.
pells, or two cents pound at h
J. S. Dominick, Chappells, St C.
iANTED-Second hand bags
burlaps. Write for prices. RI
mond Bag Company, Richan
JUST arrived, a carload of
sap shingles. Langford
KING cotton seed, pure, $1.0
bushel. W. C. Sligh, Newbe,
C., R. F. D. No. 3. 2-14
POOR MAN'S DELIGHT cotton seed,
pur e. Early cotton; produces 5 to
12 locks to boll. Most prolific grow
er. $4.00 per bushel. W. C. Sligh.
Newberry, S. C., R. F. D. No. 3.
PHONE 95 for nice fresh meat. E. L.
Rodesperger, Lower M.ain -Street.
GET TOUR GLASSES from Dr. G. W.
Connor, a graduate of the largest
optical college in the world-the
Northern Illinois College of Chicago.
Dr. Connor is located permanently
in Newberry, gives both the obj
tive and subjective tests by elect
it' ad g<mmilee his work.