OCR Interpretation


The Pickens sentinel-journal. (Pickens, S.C.) 1903-1906, September 28, 1904, Image 8

Image and text provided by University of South Carolina; Columbia, SC

Persistent link: http://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn93067659/1904-09-28/ed-1/seq-8/

What is OCR?


Thumbnail for

rr- V. ... I. < i. 'ii ?v.. .-? .
SPEECH OF COL. D, K. NORMS.
white* and pickod up what education
he had during his peregrena
tioijH nnii .from reading, uh did
Homy Clay. Proa. Johnson's edu-?
cation was entirely neglected, lie
nover spoilt a day in School, hut
was taught hy a follow workman,
borrowed a hook and learned to
road. Ho was once a tailor in
Laurens, S. C.
Pres. Garliold attended school
in r lug hut at three years of ago;
when ton years old ho was accugtnmpd
t.o mnnn;il hihor. driving jl
canal hoat, carpentering, school
teaching, anything to earn money
to finish bin education. 1 would
g<> on till you would bt> worried
with the rehearsal, naming useful
and honorable men who started
up the -Madder of life" at its lowest
round. Theac are enough to
show you that worldly circunr
at.ktmnu oiif 1 i f i 1 ii fimuv* in dpfc'rm*
ining the Ruccees attsiinahle by ono
possessed with fixedness ol purpose
and high aim.
1 will stop to mention a lew
more eases, whoro tho principles
woro onmmg from the people:
McKinley was a school teacher;
Jiio. W. Wannamaker, who gets
all ol' our mail order money, nt.
hmvpii von is nt run* worked in liin
* v "O* 7 "
father's brickyard; Mr. Option, his
partner, commenced his life as errand
boy at $1.50 per week. Cliae.
M. Schwab was a mnil boy and
clerk in a country store at $10 per
month and board, now he is at the
head of an industry employing
45,000 men, but be was a vigorous
worker and self-reliant.
J no. 'D. Rockefeller, the richest
man in Amorica, was the son of a
farmer in poor circumstances, and
it wan necessary for him to hire
himself out several Hummers i.)
order to earn his way.
Girls, would you liko to he president
of the United StutCB? ThuTsi
was tho daughter of an obscure
huckster, but by her indomnitable
will, she evercanie hitherto
insurmountable obstacles, and is
now Empress of China with her
100 million people. She overcame
more than you would have
to, to rule this country. Can I
not incite some of you to heroic
deeds?
To the parents of these children
J would hold up tho possibilities
of your child developing into a
man or woman whoso name will i
be known throughout tho land for
the good done in its generation.
Would you have thorn succoed ; to
attain to usefulness, to honor, to'
character? Then use your inllu- j
once to guide thoir ste].H, and aid
tho school teachers in thoir ollorts
being made hero by the State and
mill to incite their ambition and '
arouse their understanding to the
possibilities within their grasp.
Were this n political meeting, I|
could excitedly haranguo on the
calamities consequent of the indif- ;
teronce of the whites on one h nd
and the zeal ot the negroes on the !
other in getting I lie benefits of the j
schools which are open free to your
ehildron. Lord Kacon said "Knowl*
o<i?io in power.7' Nothing is truer.
The educated are always hujunior |
to t lu; ignorant. Not neCeHnarily a
college ^duration, for a largo per* |
centago of our moot HucceHsful men, |
as I have shown you wore not, Sut.j
th?y must ho oducated; self-odwa*1
tod if neeoHsary.
"A delightful task t<> to a eh the
young idea how to shoot." I know ,
of 110 pleasure so exquisite as that
of tho prattling child at iU panuits
knees, learning how to talk. Tho
nlVoction and love back of this
TO CLOS
I MM i\r\n* iifo n
J M S ?? (III
lot of goods at a
About 200 pair of shoes to g
sell to all I can fit a lot of No
Some Checks at 5c.; Calico, 5c.
$1.00; a $1.25 hat for 85c. I s<
two boxes of lye for 5c.?now,
Axle grease, 4 boxes for 15c.
cheap. You know I want roon
me some shaep to mix with my
teaching insures to the child, while
its mind ia gradually unfolding,
patience and unending efforts till
at Homo unbxpefted moment the
little one lisps, "Mamma," Were
it possime to transier 10 tne scnooi
room this tender interest, tins absorbing
anxiety, a revolution in
child teaching would bs inaugurated.
But it is impossible to do thin1
The teacher occupies a different
rolntion to the child, and the child
lia? passed that period in its life.
Nevertheless the successful teaching
involves the same unfaggiug
interest and consuming anxiety.
Do not become discouraged with
??, ?r t..
i/iif p^iiini^ iiiviuujiuiiut' ui |jui^uia
or the dullness of a pupil.
Liebig, the greater chemist of
the 19th century, was un illustrious
dunce ; Guidi, the great painter
was another; Chattertou was
sent home an u foOl "of whom
nothing could be made;" Isaaci
Barrow, a celebrated mathema-j
tieian, Dean Swift "plucked ;"j
Sheridan was an incorrigible dunce; I
Chalmers, one of Great Britain's j
moat noted pulpit orators; .Ino.'
Howard, the philanthropist; Win.
Jones distinguished himself in In-'
dia as a judge; Kobt. Burns was aj
dull learner at school; Wellington!
was characterized by Ins mother as
dunce.; Napoleon was a dull scholar;
Grant was termed by his mother
as "useless;" Clive, the heavenly;
born general, was a "dunce" in |
school; and last but not least in
thia long roll of ''blockheads" was
Walter {Scott, of whom liis teacher,
l'rol. Dalzell, said that "Dunce lie
is and dunce he will remain."
And boys, if theie are any here
who consider themselves as suiter-1
ing under the cabalistic nonsense|
of the prerogative bov of senius.
I toll you to put it aside. The
author of "Sid f*formation," a work
full of inspiration and ripo wisdom,
in reviewing this question said:
4,Jf T were to commence life |
anew, ] should choose to hegin it as 1
a "dunce" rather than an a hoy of
genius."
Teachers, let me admonish you
of your responsibilities. The pitiful
pay you roceivo in money must
not he the motive that directs your ;
footstops to the sehool room. If
you do not love your work, ahanJ
ii 1 ?* A
uuu it ana gm? way 10 some one i
who does. It is impo9uiblc to Ho <
your best if your hoart is not in it.
OASTon I A .
Boar* the __ ? Kintl You ,,av0 AlwalfS B0Ugh\ j
T*
Sniniiions For ltolief.
Complaint oervoil.
STATIC OF SOUTH CAllOLIXA / i
i>;,.I,...... i .......I..
X lum un VWIIUIJ, \
Court of Common Pleas.
P. A. Kiiichnrt, PlaiutilT.
against
M. Hli/aheth Carpenter, Defendant.
To the defendant above named: .
You are heroby Hnmmoned and rcquir< <I
to answer tlie complaint in this action,
which is this day tilled in the otllee
of tlie Clerk of Court for PickenR conn- .
ty, and to sorve u copy of your answer to i
the said complaint on the gnhacriher at
his oil ice at Pickens, K. within twenty
days after the Hervice hereof, exclusive
of tin; day of such service; and if
you fail to answer the complaint within
the time aforesaid, the IMaintdf iu this
action will apply to the court f ?r tlie rc- \
lief demanded in the complaint.
Dated .September lid, A. D. ]!I04.
^ ) A. J. Iloggh,
- KPALV C. y . P.
I .1.
1'. Carey,
Mo(Sowan A Hunter,
PlaiutilV'H Attorney.
To tlie utment defendant, Judge Lev-!
cratt Jones:
Take notice that thu complaint ami
the HiiminonH of whioh the foregoing in |
a e.opy, worn filed in the otlioe of 111<;!
('lurk of the Court of Common Plena for
PieketiH county, on the ?Jd day of September,
A. 1 >., I'.)()(.
Mcdowan ?Vr Hunter,
.T. I*. Carey,
nep7wti I'laintilfH Attorney.
IE OUT!
rs to close out a
low price. : : : :
0 tor less than cost. I want to
. 4 Ladies Shoes at half price.
HATS: I give a #1.50 hat for
ell soap cheap. 1 will sell you
that's the truth about the lye.'
A lot of other things to go!
1 for my meat market. Bring
meat.
J.|D. MOORE. I
*
? THE EQUITABLE LIFE
? Strongest
) In The World
S /j^\ Wo,|Wn,t
\ / /Sv/rBr \ <>f m siiUK Hum of ro
/ f \ Junt wlioii you WHnt
^ I \KD' EQ\ I l,m' AB8,,rn,IC0 ls u"
f V ?*IIIN/ip\ I 11 ls a,M>
S V Jjj/fc\8kA 1 lf ><),1 ("
J Then wliy not i
S XZZ3--^ The I:quitab
{ W. H. JOHl
r PICK EFS
f Office at Pick
X Will al?o insure your House, B
O I /N B I T" I
r^i^n i
IN EVEt
1'hc Suit or C)\
perfectly anil
position you st;
Our clothing is
not as they mi<
we alter it unti
Everything latt
fabrics and tail(
L. ROTH SO
GREENVILLE,
Discour
(( l;or the next thirty clay?
i > '
yj me rc^uiar price tne 10
One hundred and eight
& Worsted and Cheviots
M leans. Sizes 34 to 42.
m Sixty-eight young men
^ years. Two hundred n
pants, suits sizes ?S to 1
m Sixty childrens suits, aj?
Jw All Straw hats at hall ]
m and all Panamas at $5,
% These goods are from
Vk and one-third ol( the 1
M clothing buyers very ch
& No alterations paid lor
m suits, and the terms en
f Smith &
1) LKAIHNU <
Vi . Grticnvi
W
11 a v <
Received
Window Shade:
Iron Beds, Wovei
Springs, Stoves, 'l'in
1 -amps, Lanterns, and ;
tides about a I lomc or Fa
on us and look through our
cost nothing for you to 1
in showino- vou o
you buy
or
W. T. .1
mm
1,000 hiuheln We.-t.i i n Hod Has
to K('t tliih year and if you expoof
now. I have si small lot of Rood
body knows colt'eo has bo'-u f?oiiiK i
this coft'oe in t'-o house at this pri<
ot.. I have a v? ry fine blended col
money hack if not dulitfhtcd.
A few dozen fruit, jarH lel'r. over.
I v\ant hkrs at l~?c. and chickoii^
Yov.ru U
T. D. H
assurancTSOCIETI^^
Surplus Q
$73,000,000 /
, You Like to ho Sure C
mly cnsli twenty yearn from now? S
to begin to take thitiKH chk.v hikI enjoy life? ^
L' best provision for un Independent old live /
? provision for bu8lnosN ami family Inter- \
nit n policy in /
le Life Assurance Society? /
ISON, Agent, - ?
IS, S. C. ^ j
ens urug i/O. %
urn and din House against first. N
!??
?Y PARTICULAR.;
rcrcoat you buy hen*, fits you i
looks well 10 matter in what
... l .. !
urn or sir.
i made to f.t as they arc,
^ht he. It it does not fit at first
I it does fit.
;st in style, of the most worthy I
>red in the most perfect manner.
H/LD I
S. C.
i
iH" ^
* ^ V/O. IV ^
; at one third less than v.
Mowing is offered by lis: 1}
;y men's suits in Fancy $
cut in regular stoutsaiul ^
's suits, age 16 to 20 fT
nd eighteen hoys knee %
6 years.
;e 3 to 8 years. jh
price, except Panamas, w\
these were $6. and $8. Js
the best manufactures w
narket price means to ^
eap ooods.
by us on these cut price M
them is strictly cash.
Yours truly
Bra stow, \
lotiiii:rs. n
lie. S. C.
E
:: J us L
a nice lot
s, lied Lounges,
i W ire Cots, Bed
ware, Crockerywar< ,
;i 1?>t oi other useful arrni,
and we invite all to call
Rooms when in town. It
ook and we take. pleasure
>ur j*oods whether
anything
not.
i
ii r j\ ijii.
OATS!
t .Vroof Seed O.itn. They are hard
tc how iii*; rod rust pi oof, better huy
e??n uolTeo at H)H? for ^'1.00. Every
111 for Homo tiniH. I could not. put.
e if I houpht on the present markIff,
jnocha mid Java, at 25o. Your
'I'hcv t/o :if vdiir own nricn.
nf the (op ninrkct f?rico in
i
>r a trade, always.
IARRIS.
GOOD GOODS! J
These are essential to good
that money can buy and as cheap
Ai.i. ok our Stock
VVc buy in small enough <pi
fresh. Anything we sell can be r
is behind every sale. Come to see
General rierchandise and b
Yoiw* patronage is solicited, an
ciated. We strive to please, and y
fied customer. Yours for busin
8 ANGSTON ?
Kwrh GENERAL 8VJER
WIIIBBIIII1 I mw.'ynr>': 'CH IW
NOW IS THE TIME Ti
Don't lail to sec mc when yoi
Dry , Shoes, Mats, Ca
? Checks, Pa nis, Co
(
Also a lot ol" fruit jars, extra a
33?irsa,in 3
BALLAD'S OBKLISK 1LOU
the right price, and a thousand <>th
and on die farm at prices that will
from now until Scptemper ist, 19
J. I \ ISA It
'rii 1; cash mi;
ens,
| Watches &
P &ra20E?02ka<r a
u \\r1 1. . 1
I\%<: u.ivc pillUllilSCU il (X
and jewelry, and the prices
bought anywhere;, lirlow we
WATCHES?SIIA'K]
WATCII CHAINS LAI'
WATCH CHARMS?
KMBLKMS OF K. <u 1\, \\ . (
TA-gLECl?
Extra good bone handli
t(> ?''7i5 lH:r s<"1- Silver cut
per set.
We have a complete li
scarf pins, collar buttons, <*tc.
I\ v < ; el i i; civ4e.n1. ll n IIU 1
Stove. ! leater and Lamp" ?i
l'lame ()il Stove." The nuis
itsc.lt ever put on tlut market
A complete line ol nibbe
ren already
SCHOOL SL
Pens ancl pencils. A co
anil tablets. A nice Ircsh
candies and canned jmod> alw
keep at all times a nice, selecti
eryware. ( all and inspect in)
Mrc K. 8 _ i
H ? HI ? - m - .fwJRams
jst
1 &
I d \X. Y. McPAI.IM
jW President
| PICKENS
P1CKLNS
S CAPITAL
PROFITS
\ DEPOSITS
I VVI-: PAY INTKRKST OI
m MARK LOANS IT
sk By Careful and constant w
w Bank largely in*'Hmscs every
.? We solicit your business a
m. every reasonable acconioilati
AME'YOl
oi th(3 big1 cr world
()XKO
At Cos
A II \T l.'VQ I A 111 !i"<l ...?1 /Mill I\1
4\ ?? Mir 4V, uiiu v l l 1 IjU i
are certainly lownst over known. An
Pride & I
'RESH GOODS I I
trading. Wo ^et the best
i as they can be purchased. .
is Frksii.
antity to always have them
elied on, aiul our guarantee
us, we handle a nice line of
uy Country Produce.
d your trade will be appro H
on leave our store a satisess,
' 4
& NEALvl
U HANTS. g
i vi. cnmm mm i w cows vrr vvra cwBfJi?r^awu>. r-u <i
0 GET BARGAINS! I
#
t \v;i111 anything ill?
tonades, Cuffs,
dollars, Gout's Shirts.
iniK rind rnlilir^rQ :it
3rices.
K, nothing better made, at
c:r tilings useful in the house
interest the trading public
04.
JUS,
l<( 1I/..VT,
s. c.
msanaMBBmrngmmm Rsxwsst ?*
Jewelry! |
>MI
line* of watches H
arc a* chcan as can bo R
,4'ivci a lew articles: |
L< AND G( )L1 >.
>ILS' AND G KNITS' 1 i
ALL DESIGNS, | )
). W. AM ) MASONIC. 1
TLERY. I
' table cutlcry from 50c
lory from $3.50 to $6.50 g
ine ol rin^s, broaches, w
'erfection Coinoined Oil w
mtI the "Perteclion Blue ?
i complete thi 1114 within
r toys for the chililarrivcl.
g
IPPLSBS. I
mpiete iine of stationary f j
line ol cakes, crackers, |j
ays on hand. We ?
on <>l dishes and crock- ?]
TSRaawux 4^
.1 wc?. iiijr?'K,
Cn*liter. 'A
B3> ffk IfcN 3
, s. c. ft
$ 20,500.00 ff
11,000.00 y\
- 105,000.00
timk i )i-:i,osi rs \
) FARMERS. /
1.1 i r . 1 oiy
oi k uh: durness oi tills ??
ntl will cMcmi to you ^
on. B
(J ONKl
I that s Iniying
>Ri )S
1 V *
IKNK Low Cuts muat
<1 Si/.i'H to (it, everybody. ^
Patton.
t
" * -Jw

xml | txt