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THE PICKNS SE IN 30Y
Entered April f3, 1903 st Pickens, S. 0., as second class matter, under act of Congress of March 8, 1879.
VOLXXXV PICKEN5, SOUTH CAROLINA, WEDNESDAY MAY 31 1905 -
SUPT. 0 B. MARTIN1I
Address to Graduatiu
Class Friday Night.
HIS SUBJECT-A GOOD ONI
The Thoughtful Argumeint Wi]
Bear Fruit in the Years
In that beautiful poem of Teiny
son's, Locksloy ,Hall, there appear
"Yet I doubt not through the ages one incre
ing purpose rtins,
And the thoughts of men are widened with th
process of the sons."
The history of the race is reflectet
in the life of the race. 'The mai
,with the purpose is the man wla
achieves the results. Thousandi
drift with the tide. Few are lead
era. On circus day the man going
in the opposite diretion is thi
man who has an eye fixed ol bus.
ness different from the crowd. 'T'le
boy who has a fixed purpose evOI
though it be in the small matteri
of boys gaines and work is I lh mai
Who has an increasiiig and iCCU Lwi
lating purpoboe ii the groaer fit 11a i '
of older lue. 1ir Isaac Newto:
as a school boy sirpa sed the (,!be]
boys inth gamleIs. H1- whipp.i
the bully and then formed a pm
pose to excel him in th1w c0as-eCs
Frain this stccess he re.lven ti
becomie a great scholar anid scien
tist, and~ the whioe world lhas reaip
ed the rewards of the L~1purp(
formed hby thait school b.>y.
There aie sev'eral elemthiis anc
constituentsa necessary ini a rea
purp~lose. It coniits (f deterina
tioni, re~sol uti im, d coisi' n andi~ pe
severance. The graduating caiu
frorL their study of the d(101 vaio)
of words will so0 simiharity no
also differentiation in these words.
The individual or the comnmunits
which determines, see the erd frrn
the beginnmng. Ho is the man wh<
built his house on the rocek becaus<
be looked into the future and~ baY
the storms and floods. It is ensa
enough for you young people ii
this o ass to wish greator succesi
and higher education, b~ut their<
must be more thain desire. Yoi
must face the future, rec.gniz.
the difliculties andi~ determinew.
A resolution-a Newv Yea r'i
resolution -carres an idea whiel
is not in~ the word determination
The derivation carries the ider
that the obj' et has been put backt
into solution so thait the el-m'inte
can be separaIted.
Prof. D.endy a nid I used 0 g. it'
schooi togsthter ini a1 Wi tow wh r
gold miiniig wasH Carried on. Tin
rock and ditwere ermi.hied togetheI~
end then water and mircry fluze
edl into the mixture 0, ofI 1 n,
eblution Oniiie tha gold m l til. re1
and then came a ie-s nn onii m
the pure go'.d was taken* ou,
When a goont resolution is I oriih
the dross is tken out and oie!v tib'
gold of Integrity said charaer I.
comthie iIxedl purpo of theof
II.re is where the~ deci ion comeiI
in. Ini the ire of 'ivery man aii
Datlotn (Jomes the mfome~n I, to (tecide
To decide means to cut off from
Those who can't, decide cans't eu
off the Weigh ts, cannoti. r.n iygi,V6
. tdEn..- A bo h unsd
Superb Line of Clothing. #
habit of deciding beccmes the man motiurnetit, 555 feet above tbe placid
of chat acter and destinv. It is wators of thA PoObnac, and felr
t. einngh to decide nod iesolv('. ab ive the surroiig heigh a, is
Perii Verance is Ia iwO-ma1fry Olemiieni 1 0( lWth t his ill
of a snccessful character. Many scri1ton,
st art but few perseviC to he finish.4 1'raiio to Allay this Btit,!
h'Ii itwor( inidicates contiuiitv and ms it overlooks your picture.qn..
lihbroughfless. 'fliorc, An) liii - liiil mn mtad"ilI v55f et a 'bv the pda di
1.18 illitrat ois in, evor *vphawe of atrsof he patt e of God and to
ft.- to ihow tbat the iniiduab the hood ofulindmAiiit.
,diCCC.~(Iea.nItlumiOumt apexinitht this in
iiiIOV i nrf.~hiI~lIi eexa~ Iscription 'Las tttity ohiCh me-tintP
ase itcc oveooks yur pcago ..
iir co giho t h the tval th1 od-fhmaiy
(eati*n ii f thle Maove pri nc.iphiee. ig I th (days of thie subscr'ipjtion1
l'hio career of T1hos R. Edison, the schl iwe enij 'yed good1 educa~itinal
Ceat, iniventor and electrcianavanages and thi j own was fuill
shiows whait an t'rphani b~oy cani do. ofboari:ig puipils. Nowv, today,
.\ a ne l(wsboy he became in toni sted with our' scho 1l faicil it ies, good
ini telegraphy and resolvedl to de- school build intg and1( corps of well
v'ote his life to electricIty. 1113 has raetacrshreinoesn
hundreds of inventions in tile why Pickens should not b)e the od
patent offims, atnd the world is the ucational omt re of the Piedmont t
I ieneficiary of his iaborq. An~ hum-i section (if thle State anid the old1
bile shoemaker resolvedI to become townl full of boarding pupils fronm
master of his business. Hie miade year's8 end to year's end.
Otto good pair of shoes every day.) 1 Tc ajority of our readers are
His usiet-sincease wih hi faihlar with the school situation
th'prpose, and now his factory tuirts in thle town of Pickons and it is
- out. 'ton thousand fivei hundried I.odh-ss to go inuto details ; suflice
pairs of shoes every wvorking dyit, to say Ithat she hats always
and ha, is the Democratic gOvernor strivn, for beterodyc anad
of tho Repu blicani State of Massa--vnae, n oa ahnsm
aihiusetts. itetk stiructutre stands(1 as a mroniu
- This is the result. of a puriiposo it"" toO h handiworklvct~
forined by an humble shoe- maker. In10thiparadotda
Those principles ap1l to matters graded~ school, and On A pil 10th
eternual, for the btiblo sars, "Who- 1900, tho b-ard Of trustees, com-i
-Ooavr will, mnay come.', pcoed of .J. HI. Newton, J1. T1. 'Tay
If anl Iidiual can accompi ~is!
so much, thon b00 individual5 wit
ii tillmon pu rpose 18 i r'reiist ib
l i is a htronglL exprl' s-io,, w hich ua' .
'~t Th' wereC alI im oneC accrd, u a ~ .z4~
one! place.' '1This is the secret c.*A
m~lperativye work. A commuumi u )'
lidtd 'H a Comuittltiy which Cal. .
.'s its own efl.its. Peopto with ?
igratula te you peopleo on you.
-uecessfuil (c0 operat ion w~hich hia,~
-'.gal t, well dIesigned 1buihd aog i ,
hich . t'o be di'dicated toi th
h'u-ri in and deveo m t of i th. i,~
p)frouls comuntity. May it b
t nt'd (toi cotnsonian ce with your ('om
On the anmmit of wash i goi'
There are alwayn attractiois i
Vehicles and !Harnesl
are the kind most o? then huy
fair. you lea Cr -u7t . im noch an
tho end, and that's a timo acwa;
When we soll a Vehiclo or a s
sure of a plexaed customer.
it In yotir caso. Wo ueeraniec
take a look in?
P. S. Studebaker namo plate
roUi vale receive
or and R. E. Yongu1e h-hi th
ejection.) ThereW wer hirty II !u- jf\
V..tos * east, Iid atll I : "l r I ih
4 mill extra evVy for pch ill por
Tie griided el :01 o il nw
state It fill1, and OnH bo 2h60 l
OAtol.er the Corer see i. aa,
tII) (rt d over to) t h t i ust'e.e by
The( prlogIml, as ard'ed -*~ n! Iri
diey iIight was One of Ii., I ,'
ree.red in PickeI-. A a fut .
(date we will give a full hi-rv ,
thle s(coo, 11rom its inepQtijell, ande
will, also, from t ime to t ime, pub.
lI sh thbe di ffeent papeors readi by
tihe gradueating class. Th'Iese 0a rs
aVcro aill goo, someting out~ 1, of the
ordinary; thbey elicited much praise'
ando commu~ent from Supjt . O. B.
Marltin) for' their soud logie an
unIqulenetss of' expre'ssion1.
Cared is Me otter of Rihuat atirin
''My miot her hfas been a sirerler for'
many yes wilh r'hmatism," atys WV.
H1. Hlowardt, of Iiusbandl~ PaI. ".1t times1(
she was iuablu to move at all whi'a ali
all times walkinig was ~U pa i. -1 pr. wuI
ed her' with a bcttlen of'(ita ehn tbrinei's
PinI Batlm0 and after a few~ p e app eatm
idle dec'tided it wats one of thet nutit won -
derlful pain relievr' sheO Iuuva-r -i 'Ir
nll fac~t, rthe is niever wi itt it noew iad
iii aipplicion ol f Pacin Balmii keep acway
wvithi." Foer sale by Pic'kensx Drma '
EarlIes Drlug Stor'e
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List of Tliose Who Will Receive Cross JI ~ I
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BUYS A PAIR OF
THE EQUAL OP
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h(un-- ekn' tickets fr )m St.
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c but deesnd nye pont.h
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yard ofucloth and hemilae of
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vlsiceryho 1 vt
trikees thloigL brainsinglent
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rther thll an tit look andal
h'~e suii deend ~Iji moe~ on he
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make all thediffreetb.
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