My name is William Gregory Waters... I have practiced my profession of Osteopathy here in Athens since since 1905. My offce is in The Southern Mutual Building, just above Dr. Summerlin.
I have tried to live right, tried to treat my fellow-man right and I have tried to tell a man the truth. I go along and try to attend to my own affairs.
I never been before the court except probably as a witness in a case. I never had a case in this court or in Judge West's court.
This brings us down to this particular part of this case about Miss Parr.
On the 20th day of February past, about twelve o'clock, I guess somewhere along about that time, I had a phone message from Dr. Summerlin's office. He wanted to see me for a treatment.
I have been occasionally treating Dr. Summerlin for lumbago since several months, I don't know just how long.
I gave him an engagement. He came over in just a few minutes. It might have been eleven o'clock,- somewhere about the middle of the day. He came in and I gave him a treatment.
As he started out to leave, he told me “Miss Parr wants to see you at my office.”
I said “Will you tell her, if you are going back to the office, I will be over there a little later. I have to go out on a call now. I will be over there about one,- somewhere between one and one-thirty.”
I went on my other call and got around there about that time. I couldn't say what time, some time between one and one-thirty.
I went in his reception room and I rang the bell.
Miss Parr responded and I said “You wanted to see me, did you?”
She said “Yes.“
I said “What is it?”
She sat down there in the reception room. I didn't see or hear any one.
She says, “To begin with, in September or October, somewhere back there, I had had flu and I've been suffering with my menstruation since that time.”