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MEMORY OF PAST MASTER
ROBT. MATTHEW McKNIGHT
uimmerton Lodge No. 105, A. F. M.
Whereas the Grand Master of the
rand Lodge Immortal has passed our 1
rether to degrees more sublime by
ie hopes made precious by the sprig
f acacia, when our brother's joy is
wade perfect as he learns more of his
rand Master's trestleboard for the
well done, good and faithful, come up
igher and enjoy God's presence and'
As to his life of usefulness while
boring amongst us we will remem
er him for his faithful service. He
ras our W. M. for five years, from
)ec. 23rd, 1901 to Dec., .1906. He
>ied the craft on Nov. 2nd, 1805, and
ept the precious jewels he wore
right with fervency andl zeal, and'
dlorned with many Christian virtues,
'hom all Masons loved to meet.
Thus a long, useful life will adorn
ur memory of him and lbe a benedic
on to the craft. Thus one Worthy
[aster falls ,and the brethren mourn,
ad Summerton Lodge No. 105, A. F.;
[., has sustained a loss which can on
be measured by the level, plumb
He died at Hlendersonville, N. C. on
[ay 2nd, 1918, where he had joined
a kind and loving sister, whose ten
3r care was his joy and comfort to~
me end. Hie was buried with Masonic
mnor att Moore's Grove, M. E. Church,
e it resolved:
First: That Summerton Lodge No.
)5, A. F. M., extend to htis bereatvedl 1
sters our sincere and dleeplest synm
ithies, assuring the'n that beyond
mis sadl and sore bereavement there
a precious Providence, that we can
eet him again, andl may God1's rich
t blessings be with them :.ll along 1
trough life and a happy greeting
~yond~ this vale of tears.
Second: Trhat a copy of these resolu-!
uns be sent to his sisters, and a copy
the county press, and a copy be
scribed on the minutes of our Lodge.
A. .L. R~IHOURG,
J1. Q. MATHIS,
C. M. Mason,
ug. 10th, 1918. Committee.
Washington, Aug. 25.-Decreased
al productiont, both in anmthracite.
li bituminous is reported todlay by
e United States fuel admii:tration,
creasing the imperativeness of dras- 3j
e economies to prevent hardshmips
The bituminous outp~ut for the week
ding August 17 was less than 12,
10,000 tonms for thte first time since
me 23. The output necessary to
nke up tho deficit of production re- d
ired this year should eb rud1,
10,000 tons a week. eaon
The anthracite production of the
eek of August 17 is estimated at
[)24,000 tons, a decrtease of 127,133
no, compared with the preeding
The linting factor in the decreased 2
itput of the week was said to be car F
Grovo's Tast'dess chll Tonic
stores vitality and energy by pw-ifying and en. I
:bing the blood. You can soon feel its Strength.
dad invigoratiog Effect. Price 6.
You can have electricity right. i
you the maniy lalor s.' ;ni (-6i
gives you light -.ready f >r i.4' e'.
The snap of a. switch fluoos kt!e h
as you could wish for. Sinap an')
the washer and wringer. It :
fill andi (e:'n 1 lapI)S. It's sfr
vast amoit; of work when el-et
other dista teful tasks. i n.,. 11
L I G H T.- F ir r 'j'
I for t e ". l
Porch !ri:t f-1\i )
iaIge, etc.. It to I
Churchesn1 i Ilk !
Grange Halls lighter fl4.
'~WHAT IT W
[18 S. Main St. Opp. Po
Below will be fou..d1 descrip~ion:
T'RACT 18-21-Tract of 200 Acres, 4
woodland in Ciafre~dc
on Brewington Publi
one tenant house;
timber on property
F'RACT 18-22--356 Acr-e., 240 cha
woodland, in Clarer
Jordann, 8 mils~ frot
Read; 6-rootn dw elit
good pine timber on
RACT 18-23-2 Acres, 196 in
Blw withbe fo-e deriio
RC 8 21Tato 1200le Acrsn4
wland in oarcndi
of Surengon Public
other tenant house
IRACT 18-22--25 Acres, 240 lel
milo rdan Smiero
Road; '-room dwel.
rRACT 1 8-23-25 Acresac, 196 in i
homehin an fie farm
churnd ingool. codii
RACTl 18-25-90 Ace, 56 ei~lve
5miles from Sumter
niRoad; 4-2o deln
buli.Price.. _.... . .
'RACT 18-26--85 AcrTr, 150~ nlire
ho miesi fom fam
huses, gcoolr ar
adjinga; 2 ento
uildngs Price .
'RACT 18-28--25 A~cs 150 clearedt
ouesea ouse bara
proer hPri. Pr.
'RACT 18-29--12 Aers, 501 c! r-d
one tenanmteouse hi
Pricer adig r
'RACTI 18-31-2- Acre, 1 :cled
dlen Road, near schoo
R ACT 18-32--44 2-10 Acres, half I
new road running fra
Avenue; 4-room houis
least $1,000; one othe
farm. Price .._...
RACT 18-33--43 Acres, 5 acrea clea
three miles North of
ber on this tract. I
R ACT 18-13-221 Acres, 100 ir:. cult
ed, three miles North
ments. A dlesirably I0
We are offering other tracts in
m Counties. If you do not findl whK
eu are looking for, and we will make
Main SLREAL ESTA'I
arm Lands, Business and Rteaidei
Piles Cured in 6 to 14 Days
)rgIsa refuwn moyif PAZO OfMENr faiL,
ocure itchug. Bd.hlfor Prtruding PUes.
.itonre ha l a 1PZo WPtiatn eves Itchiag P and YQU can vt
::".Dathe first a r e
f is the best light
t is the best power
y our home. 'Thi'. plant brings
e". the city dwf r 'r joy. It
ery hour ot the day and night.
- and buIir'n with a' inoihi light
the'r sihl-h and the motor turns
r t, stn a.ui; h than it is to
r at b'tter light, anti it saves .
cil v i..ai th. w',hing and the
' e(''c rnit}'. for
1 I; : ('l Valuum Cleaner
v 1: i do to Churn
L.. l'tllllt; Crindatone
i... ( elijlgd Feetd Cuttor .etc,
ill. DO FOR YOU
E & CO.,
stoffice SUMTER, S. C.
of a few T'.acts recently listed with.
D clea od, hal-r.ic - timb .r and
n County 3 miles from G'ib:e,
Road; 4-room dwelliag and
Some 75 acres of valuabl
red, ba!ance :- timb.r ar.d
don County, 2 miles from
n Manning, en Santee Pubic
g and 6 tenant hous.s. Some
he tract. Price ------------. -$15.000
~ultivation, ini Lee C'oifry
of Oswego orn Oswego-DuBose
; goodl new 7-room main
ovses, good barn and stables,
lldings; neighborhood school
first class school at Oswego
Fine neighborhood and good
in cultivrat o1, 3 miil's No-th
roadi; 4-room house and one
Price -------.-----.---.--..- 650
1, 2 :niles f'vm BorI'az, 14
on Rembert-Borden Public
ing, barn and outbuildings.
------------- --- -.-.$2,700
e. 1 2-ra:mi dwellinig in t. e
?ott. This is a nice town
ing territory, with first class
dI railroad conveniences,
11 clea-ed, in Sumnt'r Cou i y,
on West side Pocotaligo-Man-.
houses with oecessary out
,1 1-2 miles fron. A mnan, on
-rocmi dwelling, 5 tenant
d stables; school and church
good timber for plantation
I, in Lee Cou- ;y, one mi'e
hini a mile of a good school
th outbuildings; adljoining
to $100 per acre. This tract
nd wil lenha.nce repidly with
one mile f~'om Sumsitr oni
c Road; 6-room dIwelling,
>use, barns and stables. Trhis~
tie truck anld poultry farm.
.. ......... . .--..-..--$2,250
in cultiv:.Iokr, 5 mi's frora
00od road just E'ast of Plow
1 and church. Price_.---...-$1,600
-Southw's of Sumter, or
m Council Street to Manning
e with targe barn worth at
r tenant house. A first class
n dairy, truck and1 general
....------ -- -- $,0
redl, balaice in timber, 'bout
Oswego. Some valuable tim
vation, b-l .t.ce heavi'-y or C..
of Sumter, three good settle..
rated tract. Price ---------$11,000)
all parts of Sumter, L" r..nd Claren
it you want irthis list, tell us what
our business to find It for you.
Sumter, S. C.
'ce Property, Timber Lands and