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Columbia, April 2.--An \urgent aj
peal has been addressed to the couni
chairmen of the South Carolina M,
morlsl by Governor Cooper, reques
ing them to get behind the campaig
to collect $400,000 from the people <
the State to erect a memorial bult
in -in commemoration of the hero
dead who gave up their lives thi
*iberty might live on this earth.
Renewed interest is being maiifes
ed in the solicitation movement, pa
tcularly as practically all "drive
are out of the way, and many coum
ties already have raised or oversul
scribed their quotas.
The commission has aecided to pi
on '.A intensive campaign, beginnir
Altil 19 and terminating April 30t
to raise the remainder of the $400
Try One I
Tlie best way to know for
Brunswick Tire is to buy one
That is, if the very name of
to you, as it is to most men, ti
Thousands of men who have
EMr years, realize that a Bruns
for a mediocre product could n
Long before the Overland 'I
of Brunswick was established,
of rubber for fifty years before
No concern with such a bit
thing but the best. For reput
be quickly destroyed.
This is a practical guarani
more than the usual, yet at no
Get your first one now. N
bAva ALL Brunswicks.
Sold On An 1
W. J Young Motoi
We Are Hea
in quantities fr
upwards. We E
Sthe past ten di
age of this mat
prices have ad'
past week it is
pared with oti
giGet our prices
000 needed to supplement the $100,
000 appropriated by the State. Prac
tically all the counties are ready for
the "drive," and ex-Governor R. I.
Manning, vice chairman of the coi
mission, is in the Piedmont section
now lining up some of the counties
According to the headquarters of
the commission here, the prospects
are very bright for winding up the
ic campaign by May 1st.
The following is a letter fro mthe
t. "Though this letter is addressed to
you personally, it is intended not only
It for you, but for those associated with
I. you in the memorial organization, and
for the people at large of your coun
it "More than twelve months ago, the
g Geniral Assembly, speaking for the
I, heart of South Carolinans, took the
- first step looking to the erection of a
yourself the superiority of the
and compare it.
Brunswick isn't sufficient proof
tat here is an extraordinary tire.
known the name of Brunswick
wick Tire has to be the best-"
ever bear this historic name.
rail became famous, the House
It was one of the chief users
automobiles came into use.
ftory could afford to offer aty
ations are built slowly, but can
:ee that Brunswick Tires offer
ou'll not be satisfied until you
ters: 38 Luckie St.
-Co , Manning, S. C.
om ten tons and
ave sold during
ays a large ton
erial, .and while
ranced during the
still cheap corn
before you buy.
W E HAVE just re<
of a car foad of 'T
-the wagon made in
hardwood region of to
These arc the long w
many patented features.
old stl.-darcd track.
Not the low sct priced wvao:
the end the cheapest.
Summerton Live S
of different classes of live stock in fliitted by the school chi
,January, 1920, or at least State and Pallineto State. Six cas
United States totals, available as early offered in South Carolin
-as practicable. teat %V, I I Loan Organ
'These data are used as the basis in addition th boys a1
for the monthly and annual crop and have a vhm-e to win th
live stock estimates of this depart- gra nd prizes. The coni
me*nt, which are of current value inl arch 31 Th lit osk,
the marketing and distribution of in the iwi scls ot,
farm lproducts. Because of the fact Iii st bv in the hands of t i
that crop and live stock estimates tra Iom mittee, of whih
bridge the gap between the decennial inguli i; ex-otlicjo cha
eensus antd because the estimates of I Print t roles finish
areage and live stock are made on1 t Ii n- olit the Stat
the percentage basis, these estimates del ait how i. PosterS SrI
are liable to get out of iline with the le
facts eaing the close of a 10-year
-period . It is h ighily i mplortan t, tihere
fore, that the results of the new eln
Sus for agr iicuilture shall be ava iilhe
for use hby thle department- as eairly in
h11 -eret year as potss ile, i o4rer
that the necessariy corr-ect ions may heS j
miade in estimating this year-'s crops.
"In add it ion, may I also emphasize- DxeFarctdB
the imniportanrce oif completing withI the ~~.f .5 ( iti
least possible delay the major tabula-. islto aans
ions dealing with land values, land j neaytI
"tilizsat ion, tenancy, and farn popula- )'pasw
ion. Certainly inforniation on thiese fraDxeFbia
subijects would greatly assist the De-DXI 1
rooat menit of Agriculture in its presenlt
work of attackinig the problems con
fronting the Nation in the field of ag- Wiefrils
S'PTi1. SWEAlUINGEN 34t5100
WILL, IEAl) TIlE lSTi ulforpa. (Tl
Supt. .l. -E. Swea'ringeni, of the South n i ca o
(ariIlolia Starte Depiartmient o)f Pl'i cQu
Sistructlion, will head thle comminitt ee
: select themitied thriftersschool chi
trl(tmtte f hc
:ived a shipment.
the heart of the
igh highland oak
ear wagons with
Made with the
Is but tbe best anld in
1, S. C.
Idren of the WIF.'E COM ES ''() All)
h prizes are Statesboro, Ga., A pril 4.--In an ap.
by the dis- iarent attempt at jail delivery while
zation, and, Jlisonters were being fed this noon,
d girls here Charlie Sm(ith IS year ol negro,
two district strock down Sheriff DeL.oach. A win
est closed l dowv weighit to which a rope was at.
IS su1bm1itt( J tached, was the Weapon used. al i
the Stat. ieLoach he:rd the crivs for help arid
( State (nrushed iinl with the :he-riff's Iistotl
Supt Swear shoot ing the Ineg-ro .t wice. once in the
an, by .\pril hand .11nd otct in the thigh. The
in thteach- shertiff wili recover. The Window
Sexplainl inII weight a imom ti -, cl of John i.
to be hand- Hloover, 1 wh[ite ma fraOm Ohio. who
is held ( a charge cr forgery.
I ngalows give 4-very man a chane to own his
structionhu with dleadt air i~parc -lhetwn r~re
ilmmler hteat and8( Wintler . old.
andle sectionls- tiiCkly .reltd by any handy
urnishi. What you save in renit will soon pay
HIA ItI.ESTON, S. C.\ '
For Many a Manning Household.
To have the pains and aches of a
bad back removed-to be entirely free
from anioying, dangerous urinary dis
orders, is enough to make any kidney
sufferer grateful. The following ad
vice of one who has suffered will provc
helpful to hundreds of Manning read
Mrs. C. M. Taylor, S. Boundry St.
Manning, says: "About a year ag<
I was troubled with kidney complaint
I had terrible backaches and head
aches bothered me. Nervous spellE
upset me and my nerves were just v
wreck. I felt tired and languid an<
I suffered with (izzy spells. Finally
I heard about Doan's Kidney Pill:
and bought some at Arant's Drup
Store. I can certainly say Doan's di(
me a wonderful lot of good and quick
ly relieved me."
Price 60c, at all dealers. Don't
simply ask fo ra kidney remedy-ge
Doan's Kidney Pills-the same that
Mrs. Taylor had. Foster-Milburn Co.
Mfgrs., Buffalo, N. Y.
State memorial to the many thou
sands of men and wome nof this State
who rendered service during the Greal
War. Only a part of the money neces.
sary was iade available from th<
State Treasury, the plan being for th<
people of the State by voluntar ysub
scription to supplement the one hun
lired thousand dollars provided for by
the General Assembly. Upon a mo
ment's reflection the reason for thi:
will be apparent to you. Had all the
money needed for the memorial beer
raised by taxation; the structur<
would have lost some of its valuable
characteristics, for taxation is highl
unlpersonal, and largely inexpressivt
of any particular wish on the part o
the tax payer as to the purposes foi
which the mdney is to be expeided.
"Six months or more ago, the cam
paign for popular subscriptions wa.
innounced; four hundred thousanm
lollars being the sim agreed upon
Approximately one hundred thousant
1lollars has nov been subscribed. Po:
various reasons the campaign was no
pushed to a, speedy termination. Al
of us had just experienced numerou
other campaigns; we were resting
too, from the fatigue of high pressur
incident to the War and necessary fo
its conduct. It is, however, not neces
sary for me to elaborate on this phas
of the situation.
"The issue we now face is this: N
must raise the four hundred thousan
dollars. The purpose of this letter i
merely to refresh your memory, t
recall to you, and through you to thi
people of your county, the fact tha
this memorial is to be erected ant
forever stand as one of the tokenls o
otir undying appreciation, of our ever
lasting gratitude, for the service
rendiered by our fellow Carolinians.
"The other "drives" are nlow ovea
and we have rested from oia nervota
ins ion. We have pas;s4ed through :
year of un aparallelled inanc ial earn
ings, and have every reasona to believ.
that prospeaity, formealy scaracel;
dlreamaed oIf, will be vouachsa fed to ui
fo ranay years to comae. Shall we, s
happily situated as this, hesitate eve:
for a few days wheni asked to rais
moltney, a smaIlI ammnounzt ofI mnonle
for a amemorial ? Shall we swell oua
bank accounats, add to our h uxuries
expaand ouar plleasures, and( have neve
a gift in mlemiory oIf those who gav
their lives ?
"Tlhe memlory is neccessa ry. Th
State must flid mneans for expressia
itself, else it staganates, anid memor
mis are a meaans (If expression. TPh
memiorial wvill be erected; I am sure o
that, hlerause I k now the hiistory oI
South Carolianians. As a symboli
shall be raised, as a token (If a ffee
tioni and as a perenniaml inlspi rat ioni
wvill ever stoand.
"I wish to uarge that you give* you
timie and t houaght to the comlpletio
o fth is cam11palign. A pril I19-30 :ar
the dates selected foIr fianish ing tha
task. ,Jurst present the cause to you
fellowv citizens, and the remisaide,
am suare wvill be easy.
Realizing the importanice to th
farming industry oaf the agricultua
census of 1920, the Secretary (of Agri
culture recently saidi in a letter to thi
Secretary of Commerce:
"Permit me to bring to youar atteni
tioni tile vital importance of agricut
tural data collected by the Hurenau o
Census this year and the special inter
est of this (departmlent in havinig suecl
data made(1 available at thle eiarlijes
'"Thle United States Department o
Agricualtuare, the State college (If agri
culture andI experiaiment stationis, thl
atgrictultural press, and organization1
of farmers, as well as all agricultura
and lausiniess initerests genierally, ara
interestedl in hlaving the census dlata
wvith respiect to aereage andl prodlue
tiona in crops ini 1919 and1( tihe numiabe