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PRES!DET J LSONS PROCLA
President Wilson today appealed t<
the American people in behalf of th<
Red Cross whose Second War Fun.
Campaign to raise a hundred inillior
dollars begins on May 20th. and con
tinues through May 27. His procla.
mation establishing the Red Cros,
"Inasmuch as the War Fund Ca;t'.
paign of 1917 so gene!otsfy contri1)u
ted to the Red Cross for the adminis
tration of relief at home and abro:.
has been practically e:<Knuste(d: .1)
propriations fo'r the wele of oui
niita.ry nnd navai forces and those de
pendent on them. and fr the yei
more ur.unt ne.essities f our allies
both military and --iviliar who hav
long borne the brunt of the war;:
inasmuch as the year of our v:n par
ticipatio-n n theC war has brought ar
unprecede-nted diemand upon the pa
triotism and liberality of .ur peopl<
and has made evident the necessit:.
of concentrating the work of relief ir
one main organization whic can re
spond effectively and universally <
the needs of humanity under the stres
ef war: jaasnuch as during this wai
the closer and closer cooperatio'n o
the Red Cross with our own Arm:
and Navy, with the governments ol
our allies and with foreign relief or
-anizations has resulted in the discov
ery of new opportunities for uesful
ness and helpfulness under conditionE
which translate opportunity into duty:
and inasmuch as he Red Cross Wai
Council and the Red Cross Commis
sioners in Europe have faithfully ad
ministrated the people's trust; now
therefore, by virtue of my authority
as President of the United States and
President of the Red Cross, I, Wood
row Wilson, do hereby proclaim th(
week beginning May 20, 1918, "Red
Cross Week", during which the peo.
ple of the United States will be called
upon again o give generously to the
Buildings of every Rind in geer cdin.
are rofd with RU-ER-OID Reef
In: and RU-ER-OLD ShingCl.
will be f
wood is a
an oil st(
contribution of t.e important work of
relieving distress, restoring the waste
of war and assisting in maintaining
the moral of our roops and he roops
of our allies by this manifestation of
effort and sacrifice on the part of
those who,though not priviledged to
gear arms, are of one spirit, purpose.
and determinaion with our warriors.
I witness whereof. I have hereunto
set my hand and, caused the seal of the
Unied States to be affxli. Donc in
the Ditrich of Columbia on the seven
th day of _lay.Anno Donini One Thou
sand "ine Hundred and Ei::hteen.an-J
of the indeperdence of the United
States of Amerca. One iu:red and
'Signo WOODROW WILSON
ROi;ERT LAXN'ING. S'ec. of Sa:te.
TH E G;E.T N EGHiOr
C R i-ss reco-ri:es neither
nrt. c,r race. nor creed. It is the
world-wi7de in scope and humane in
purps. -t as no 1olitical nor eco
nomc ends to serve. It only asks
wh-ere it can be helpful to men and
vomen in distress-afflicted by dis
ease, overtaken by some sudden disas
ter or caught in the ordeal of war.
There it finds its place and opportuni
tv.There it springs to serve mankin.d
The Red Cross is the great Neigh
bor, it treats every man as a brother,
and asks no return. If the world of
toiling people is made a little more
comfortable, a little ha.pier. a littE
stronger for the struggle of life
through its effort, the Red Cross ;s'
content. And while it is not affilia
ted with ~Pny religious body. it is es
sentially e Lay Broerhood and Sis
terhood of all denominations, putting;
in practice the teachings of all reli
gions, - unselfish servi-e and good
service and good deeds. The worK,
of mercy which it is banded together
to accomplish are the result and evi-'
dence of its noble sincerity and undy
Sparks come from all sides:
Your neighbor's sootychimney
A passing locomotive
A r-rby %onfiagration.
They alight on the inflammable
roof. There is a little smoke,
the spark glows in the wind, and,
presto ! your house is in flames.
Four out of ten fires
can be avoided
Roof your buildings with RU
BER-OlD. No building covered
with RU-BER-OID is liable to
catch fire from sparks. It meets
with the approval of the Fire
We sell the genuine RU-BER-OID
which has the Ru-ber-oid man on every
rolL. We guarantee it to be the beat
roofing on the market.
,nas CO., ince
eway, S. G.
~ve. So see
Jn the great emergency of te pre
sent war, the Red Cross in doubly en
listed. In all it does to help win it is
helping to save and maintain those id
eals of faithfulness and honor, kind
ness and loyalty on which its own ex
And every man, woman and chil.1
who realizes this-realizes the peril
we are in- and who can help the
Great Cause in no other way, can, at
least sumport the generous efforts of
the Red Cross. I is the best equipped
ar-enev in the world to brin- succor in
the day when only organized and well
directed help Can avail.
SCHfOLARSijP AND ENTr%ANCE
The examinatioin for the award of
racant scholarSips in lWinthrop Col
lege ard for the admission of new
students will be held at the County
Ccurt House or. Friday, July 5, at 9
A. _1., and also on Saturday, July G,.
at 9 A. 1., for those who wish to make
up by examinations additional units
required for full admission to the
Freshman Class of this institution.
The examination on Saturday, July 6,
will be used only for making admis-!
sion units. The scholarships will be
awarded.upon the examination held on
Friday, July 5. Applicants must no'.
be less than sixteen years of age.
When scholarships are vacant after
July 5 they will be awarded to those;
making the highest average at this
examination provided they meet the
conditions governing the award. Ap
plicants for scholarships should write
to President Jonhsn for scholarshin
examination blanks. These blanks.
properly filled out by the applicant.
shou-ld be filed with President John
son by July 1st.
Scholarshins are worth $100 and;
free tuition. The next session will
open September 18. 1918. For further
information and catalogue, address
President D. B. Johnson, Rock Hill,
KNOW IT WELL
Familar Features Well Known to
Hundreds of Wirinsboro Citizens.
A familiar bured in many homes.
The burden of a "bad back."
A lame, a weak or an aching back
Doan's Kidney Pilis are for weal,
Here is Winnsboro testimony.
Mrs. W. E. Dunn. Winnsbore Mills
says: "A few years ago I caught'
cold and it settled in the small of my
OIL CO ST
-and smaller fuel bills,
pan drudgery, no soot or c
for cooking with a New P<
It bakes, broils, roasts and
stays put-for any kind of
Ask your dealer The long I
about the New Per- every ator
fection Kerosene concentrat
~ Ahd~1I ~kitchen cc
Use AlAddin Secur
ity Oil-Always Made in
available, inexpen- cabinet to]
Washington, D. C.
of action refuse to be dependent
realize that their time is worth
tion of this time problem in a d
transportation that has ever been
tle reflection should convince yoi
Paige. In the entire field of autc
lished reputation for dependabil
ingly, it has been adopted by 1
efficiency of any mechanical pro
GE-DETROIT MOTOR C
J. M. JEiN
back and caused severe pains in the
region of my kidneys. I had head- Z
aches which were very bad and my
nerves were all unstrung. I heard of
Doan's Kidney Pills and got a box. T
I used them as directed and can cer- -
Lainly say they are just as represent-!
Fime and Bett(
ras stove comfort and convenier
moke-are some of the reasons.
toasts perfectly-the flame is ins
ue chimney saves money by ch
n of oil into clean, intense hea
es the heat on the cooking-ke<
1-2-3-4 burner sizes, with or
y and oven.
IL COMPANY, (NI
Charlotte, N. C
tu ii Gar finAIwezca
upon slow moving, congested trol
noney. And, quite naturally, th1
ependable motor car-the most<
that any man can do a better' da
mobiles there is no car with a m<
y. Because the Paige performsi
:hose men who are best equippe
AR COMPANY, DETROIT,
d. T'ley ;uick' rei:eved me and I
m glad to endorse them."
Price 60c, at all dealers. Don't sim
dy ask for a kidney remedy-get
)oan's Kidney Pills-the sanie that .
Irs. Dunn had. Foster-Milburn Co.,
Ifgrs., Buffalo,};. Y.
ce--no coal hod, ash
3,000,000 women find
Charleston, W. Va.
Charleston, S. C.
ey cars. They
:y find the solu
fficient form of
hrs work with a
>e firmly estab
ts work unfail
d to judge the