The Baccalaureate

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n o t , iudcotl, phors trust, ol general u a n s sentiments, secure, sure BACCALAUREATE -- piling placo of Ihe fitono. thii= charge U. helper Im. I took Dr. pn the unl his buffered, to.Graduates of the Hamil- ilton High Softool clivered By Dr. Peten ol the Molhodist Church Was Good-Synopsis of His Discourse. A larpo audience filled the First Mclh- Isl church Hunday evening, when i)r, 'elcrs delivered tho annual baccalaure ale sermon lo the graduu'.int! class ol Hamilton High school. Dr. Peters uhoso his tc it f r o m the fill ohaplcr of John, the U l s l yorso; "lie o good cheor,! hive overcome Iho world.' He said lhal preparation was Koiui; on In every single human bolus for Boim purpose in life. J.ife is a oonstant serie of ovcrcominKs »nd wo aro o f l o n tempi ed to iiivo up In despair aud ho doubU If wo would ssci-.eed at all if it were nc for Ihe knowledge t h a i somo man ha triumphed aud oveicomo tlio obstacle to success. lio liluiliaU-d this wilh Iho lifo o Christ, how ho had overcome and sai lhal all mi'jhl l i v e the same OVKKCOM1NG LIl'K arid t h a i If evtry ono cutld net If lite EO tkslred, then Chrlsl's lifo was .ilnre and wo liad no [power throuyh lira. Dr. Poters emphasized particularly 10 disinclination of eyeryono for work, said that if we deserved to succeed must break thoso bonds and over- omo that hatred of work. Ho spoko of Kingsley as saying that tho hliiR ho moat liked lo do was to sleep, that which he most despised lo do to work, and ybt Kingsley died of because he overcame h!s prejudice for work. · Dr. Pelers also spoko of our proneness become imitators and said that what young people must do, was to L'UI/i'lVATl-: I N D I V I D U A aaid that Ihcrc was usually ono man In every age who stood up against world alonoand left the stamp of upon it, aud urged the graduates to cultivalo Ihis Irall. lie also spoke of Iho habit of looking iho world as our enemy and ot lo speak of Iho world as owing a living, lio compared tho liupplno-s Ihose who trusted in C'hrist anil Ihoso do not and urged Uio youn^ man starting In life lo accept t'hrlsl to stand against tho world and Iu BS ile did. And in conclusion Ihcdoclor wished great success In undertaking for all thi) g r a d '10. Get your Job Printing at tho A

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  1. Butler County Democrat,
  2. 08 Jun 1899, Thu,
  3. Page 6

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