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Harvin, S. C., Oct. 18, 1922.
Special to The Times,
At ten o'clock this morning St.
Andrews Lodge No. 335 A. F. M. at
Lane, S. C., assembled and proceeded
to transact in order the business of
the 24th District Meeting. The ad
dress of welcome was delivered by
Capt. W. C. Brunner of St. Andrews;
response, By Hon. Charlton DuRant
of Manning, Senior Grand Warden.
Raising o fthe American Flag at
the Lane Graded School to which St.
Andrewvs Lodge and vistiing membera
in order repaired at 12 o'clock when
the school adjourned forming a semi
circle around the Masonic circle form
ed around the flag. In order the flag
was raised and the I-Jon. J. Campbell
Bissell of Charleston, Grand Master,
spoke briefly but most patriotically.
Congressman P. H-. Stoll of KIng
stree, S. C. spoke most eloquently and
at some length to the subject; George
At 2 p. m. a most sumtuous an~d
*bountiful repast was served in a lo
cal warehouse near, andI St. Andrews
Lodge and the good ladies of Lane
anid the' country surrounding did
themselves proud. A more abundant
and better prepared diner picnic was
ever served. The arrangement was
ideal ,the service perfect andl the
variety abundant, and for all of this
every one is especially grateful to the
followving ladies who served as a com
mnittee on refreshments: Mesdames
S. W. Medalry; W. E. Johnson, W. C.
Brunner, F. L. Baggett, W. R. Hlolli
day, J. E. Gatch, C. F. Tucker, C. M.
Mims, J. E. Plowden and W. P. Horne.
Immedliately after dlinner the crowd
We are making Gov,
Bank loans at six per cer
years on Clarendon Comi
In addition we can
per cent for 10 yearsa wit
rower to pay the princil
of any year.
We are, therefore, ir
estate loans in any amo1
"want. All applications
the loans quickly closed.
>een truthfully sa
sen such a Sale i
isly enticing valu
rinot do better th
You'll find cor
wing in our Ladi
Cuts and De
1ave you seen ba
>ur Stock down I
can stop your b
ng with values.
ing to every shre
--Some one will g<
repaired to the Methodist Church
where Mr. Henry McGregor Smith of
Charleston delivered a masterly ad
dress on Masonic service and relief.
Mr. J. Campbell Bissel of Chatles
ton spoke to the subject. Remodeled
Grand Masonic Temple.
Too much cannot be written ir
praise of that great and grand oldl
man, true Mason and loyal friend,
Capt. John C. Lanham, 1). D. G. M.
of Summerton, S. C., and in the fol
lowing resolution introduced by Hon.
Charlton DuRant, 'ienior Grand
Warden, of Manning and MIr. 0.
Frank H art, Grand Secretary, Colunm
bia, S. C. Capt. Lanham is most
touchingly referred to and thanked
for his long life, great servie to his
order and mankind in general. Th~e
resolution is as follows:
Reselvode, That the th&anks and the
app~reciation of the members and their
friends of the various Masonic lodges
in this dlistrict be extendled to the bre..
thern of St. Andrews Lodge for their
untiring efforts in making this dis
trict meeting such a success. We feel
our meeting would not be complete
unless we publicly express our great
gratification to the good ladies, for
without their assistance the great
height of success wvould not have been
And lastly we ask our Great Father
in Heaven to bestow a full measure
of His blessing on our D. D. G. M.
John Calhoun Lanhamn and keep him
in health and strength that he may
continue his good work of difusing
the true principles of Masonry among
The next District meeting will be
held at Kingstree, S. C.
Ben HI. Harvin,
3rnment Joint Stock Land
Lt interest for a term of 33
make loans at seven per
h the privilege in the bor
al or any part at the end
Sposition to negotiate real
mt and on the terms you
tre promptly handled and
id, that people s
it Dubrow's Sto:
an shop here foi
ep, to Bring
rgains like the o
hying. The ent
wd and economi
't the PIANO--Sai
All persons having claims against
the estate of Hilliard R. Jennings,
deceased, will present them duly at
tested and all persons owing the said
estate will make payment to the un
J. Taylor Stukes,
Manning, S. C., Oct. 25, 1922 43-3tc
NOTICE OF DISCHARGE
I will apply to the .Judge of Pro
bate for Clarendon County on the
6th day of November, 1922 at 11
o'clock a. m. for Letters of Discharge
as Guardian of the Estate of .Joel
Nix Cobia, formerly a minor.
Benjamin B3. Cobia,
Manning, S. C., Sept. 30th, 1922.-p
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Uniiited States District Court, Easterni
District of South Carolina.
In the matter of Reuben Gordon,
To the Creditors of the said bankrupt:
Trake notice that the above named
bankrupt has tiled his petition for dis
charge and that a hearing will be
had thereon on the 9th (lay of Novem
STRAYED-Jet black ox wvith four
white feet. Left my place Friday
night, October 13. Reward paid
for his return to Felix Brown, Man
ning, S. C. it-p)
LOST--About two weeks ago near
Home Lake, one Black and Ta'n
lHoundl bitch wvith grey spot on hack
of neck. Findler please notify F. W.
,Dickson and receivo reward. 2t.
Mrs. E. C. Nettles Alabrook, P'rincipal
Manning, South Carolina
Fifteen standard units high school
English, French, Latin, mathematics,
history, science and penmanship.
lorough preparation for any college.
Students for Winthrop and Clemson
win honors. Individual instruction.
Thorough grounding. Rapid progre.5
Students accomp~lish more in one year
otherwise in two. Tuition, 36 weeks,
$45. Trerms, September 11, 1922 to
May 31, 1023. Christmas holiday,
December 22 to Jan. 8. Daily session
9 a. m. to 12:30 D. m.
hop where the
re. Never have
r your entire Sto
rits throughout t
this Big Sak
nes you will novw
The prices mad
ire Stock is bri
'for saving is bi
e your numbers a
bi, 1922, before said Couit at Char
leston, in said district, at 11 o'clock in
the forenoon, at which time and place
all creditors and other person,; inter
ested may appear and showv cause if
any they have vhy the prayer of the
said petitioner should not be granted.
Richard W. IlutsonA,
One of the E
TO BE SOLD
our large double page
SALE circular, we have
mailed one of these cir
culars to every house
in three counties. If
you fail to get one
please write, phone or
call at our store, it will
save you dollars.
values are. Ne
we offered si
ck o Fall and
he store. An e:
awaits your a
to a Success
find in our fink
e are so irresist
mining with b~
-oad, big and co
mnd be here on las
NOTICE OF SALE
Pursuant to an order of J. M. Win
ham, Judge of Probate. I will sell to
the highest bidder for cash, at the
residence of the late .Joe Br unson,
deceased, on Friday the 3id day~ of
November, 1922, at 11 o'clock a. in
esday, November FIf
HOLE STOCK is S
est Staple Stocks of
ill Be Put on the Blo<
R EG A R DL E S
R EPL A CE ME
At 9 O'clock at
Summerton, S. C.
Rain or Suinshonc
t day of Sale.
ng, S. C.
the following personal pro.erty, to
wit: 2 mules, 1 horse, 1 cowv and
calf, 1-2 interest in mowing machine,
about 50 b)ushels corn, I wvagon, 2
tons of hay, 1. organ, 1 buireau, lot of
pl10w tools and1 I buggy.
Summerton, S. C., Oct. 16, 1922-pd
(ST, and Until
9 OF COST,
in This Paper
And Get Read~y
For The Big
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