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OUR BROTHER. IN BONDS.
Teat, "I was in prison and ye ca
tom."-Matt. mx, 36.
Ever meet him-your brother
bonds? Think of him as a wild be
to be manacled, kept behind ste
walls and iron bars? You may f
him qQiet, commonpace, fond of cl
dren and fowers; possibly reminds 5
of your cousin ,ob out west. Truth
he's just your brother caught in s
The saMest and most pathetic st<
In the history of the world is our tre
ment of those who go astray. 1
criminal is a defective. He comm
crimes not because of strength. but
weakness. He is a sick child. Hygie
nutrition. education and environmi
would have changed his course.
ciety must be protected from him
from smallpox, and the sick one mi
be cured. The condition that produ
- this criminal ought- to be remedi<
He's ignorant-not In "reading, 'riti
and 'rithmetc." but his view is wro
Society is firsta possible victim. th
a vindictive enety. Government is 1
Meiis, police part of the gang. Hung
drink, Illegitimary. un unjust sOc
system, are slippery stones In his pa
He doesn't know that whieb you kn<
-that mnest causes and most remedi
the kingdom of vice and virtue.
A System That's Wrong.
p---Our prison system's wrong. It's
ghatf ree sending a man to j
where heIl be fed and shelter
while the Inuoeenlt menbers of I
family are left out: -- jail walls
starve-or worse. W ospunishe
the man or his little twelve-year
girt soliciting male passersby?
ought to be allowed to work and ea
-.....jags, after jail boaribill. he sent
that family. In my county a man st
$100 worth of c6pper w-re from a c
poration that is daily robbing the po
It was bis first offense --but he i
aue s i 'as an exampip." I
state robbed him of thre years of
manhood, and he bas coine back to
ts clety imbittered and actually driv
to stea again. He now has a -recori
1iis blnt dogged and s:hadowi
Three times he has got work and tlu
times has been discharged-a -j
bird." The police and detectives
keep up their "record" will hound h
till they have him back of the b
agaLn. Then, again, the long fxed si
tence Is wrong. A crime Is committ<
Public demands heavy punishme
.~Five, ten, twenty years are glve
* There's a thrill of gratified vindictis
The penIalty Is awful. The putl
with a shudder of horr
tten. The vict
away to suffer. , the ut
long since forgotten It he Is s
g punishment Consumpt
sets In; rheumatism racks his bot
hair is gray; skin Is ghastly. It's
mitake, a shocking perversion of j1
-tce He Is burled alive. The elect
chairismore merciful. Reformed?
pented? Yes. years ago. Then par
him. Our right to keep a man in pris
stops when he ceases to be a crimir
however. Of 600 graves!I sa w in a:
tie Cemetery of our most famous pris
44lihadided between the ages of twv
ty and thirty! Others go mad. Matt
wan tells the story. God be mercifu
Thievs and Thieves.
"Yes, preacher. but he was a p1
pocket, embezzled. used false p
tenes." I know. but why isn't
criminal when a corporation does
beef. sugar. flour are raised- becal
oneman "corners" the market. 0th<
* drug food and babies die, sell fourte
- ounces to the pound and cheat1
poor. Hard times fill prisons. Arre
Increase as price of food goes up. (
house of correction warden tells me
had 900 more cases in last panic ye
than today. Petty larceny done
despair was chief cause. Street wa
ers went up in numbers 75 per ce
- "AUl poor people." he added thoug
fnlly. Why weren't there any ri
In the number? The answer Is fC
for thought. It also explains grow
of 'scialism. Then frequently a
of wealth escape. If a man is pc
and has, a poor lawyer or none he
convicted. thereby establishing:
guilt. If he has money and gets<
or many skilled lawyers he may
* cape and so is declared Innocent. "I
the prisoner stand up." says "E
zoner." "Where's his lawyer?"
doesn't have' any or one not skilled
defense. Then of course-he's gull
TIt's- a quick job../' -
- ~-.. cJ'aa t and the Uneaught.
The' number of uncaught crimin)
is ten times as great as the caug
The real jalis out of doors. If I ,
$5 worth of groceries and move aw
without paying r'm as much a thief
the fellow who broke in the back w
dow and took that amount from 1
- shelves. At least Christ said so! F'r<
great manufactory waste "'bypr<
ucts" are now used and represent
good share of value. The criminal
-- the waste product of society. or
valueless and hopeless. Punishmt
for vengeance only. But modi
Christ men are at work. saying it
the criminal Is still a human beii
even though he has sinned against:
cdety, and that saving a man IS a gr
deal bigger business than burying h
alive. Maude Ballington Booth
her name be writ large-helped
- mightily to remember Pilate's priso:
who was condemned and executeda
who said. "I was in prison and
came unto mBe."
9. HI. A TT A WA '1
WiL S B YOU ONE
ALCOHOL 3 PER CENT.
be [oRno esDidestion~efI
lal ho10 SUr 108mC.,irI
Exact Copy of Wrapper.
to _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
e. 46 acres, 4- room house,a li
S57-acres, 4-room house, Le
to 58 acres, 5-room house,1eve
78 acres, 4-room house, lev
e- 34 acres, level, 1 1-4 mileg
.70 acres, 2 mes of Liberty
a-30 acres 2 1-2 miles of Libe
e~ 24 acres 2 1-2 miles ot Libe
r. 48 acres 2 1-2 mile of .
tThese lah -~~i and n
a Liberty, S. C.
- ..IN C ENT RA L AMA
- Where the story of the Ma
I! marvelous developi
I home-seeker or the
re- ~ cotton1.-on, hay,.
it? tie various orchard.
oto the acre on man
or HEALTH.-High on the g
ise where chills and fe
eIn the region of th
S e antees health and'i
e HIGH WAYS.-Magnifice
to Georgia's best asse
e In the direct path c
se the Northeast and
ICUL TURE.-A splendid sc
- es supported oy an
l7t. The place to rear v
t- 200,000 Acres tha
Stracts of from fift
ith from $15.00 to $-50.(
en to invesigate. Sib
or lands will cost you
& ECome and~ let us show you, or writt
me fD, L BMi LEY, Real Esi
in M .
n- The time wi]
slippers arid gau:
a sleeves will have
a the past, for a wi
Swant te tell ever
a ready :o ilu inlih
g right pr c-es. .E
let that this stoie ha
er square~ deal and1( V
eserving you. (A
,if you will ;i'.-e
Me v J
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have
TH3 CSUAIU SOMPANY. new "OSk"T
,el, 1 [-2 miles of Liberty.
,1 [-2 miles of Liberty.
el, [3-4 -il's of Liberty.
on Southern Ky.
rty on..theSouthernl Ry.
ef~ Southern Ry.
:ely located will sell on easy
J. F. BAN!ISTER,
SOUT H aEORGIA.....(
ic West Is being repeated in/
ent. An ideal spot for th
will produce in abundance
~rain, melons, vegetables and
If ruits. T wo bales of cotton
farms th is year.(
reat ridge of Centr~al Georgia,
ver are practically unknown.N
famous pine balm that ;ruar
tgraded highways-one of
. A net-work of railroads.
fthe great trunk lines from
~entral West to the Gulf.
hool system and good church
enthusiastic and loyal people.
we can show you in
Sto two thousand acres at
0 per acre. NOW is the time
months hence these lands
10 to 25 per cent. more.
your hmid watits to ERIC \V. II.\RI)Y.
fe and Investment Co.,
soon come when
e hose and short
to be a thing of
ylboiy t hvat~ we are
1te gooAds at. thle
~vey b)ody k nows
s always given a
v'( want to continue
ie and~ do) yOur
-lice of Coun y Treasurer. Plicens County.
Pickens, S. C., September 25th 1911.
The books for the collection of State an
.ounty taxes will be open from
<>etooer i5ti: 1911 to December 31st 1912.
Those w v prefer to do so can pay in .ai ua
1912. with 1 per cent additional. Thoso
ho prelei paying in February 1912. car
o so with 2 per cent additional. Those wh<
refer payini g in Miarch 1912. to the i5th of sai
ionth, can (o so oy paying an additional 7 pe
ent. After -mid date the books will close.
N. B.-Tax payers owning property or payiny
ix for others, will plea'se sk fo tax receip1
i e-.ah to%% nship or special school district it
7hvhi e ,r they may own property. This is
ery mnpo:tait as there are so many special
h:,l di.tric.ts. Those who do not wish tc
anie to the olice can write me, not later that1
4tee::ter 20th. and I will furnish them witli
ie at:: unt d tie and they can remit me b%
heck, money order or registered letter, 1i
iamps ar sent do not send above two tel
ent. as I cajinot use them. I'lease do noi
nd me cash ithout registering same, as it it
ai,!e to get lost: if sent otherwise it must bi
t sender's risk.
evy for State tax ...... ..... ........52ji Mill
evy for Constitutional School tax . 3 milh
evy for Ordinary County tax. ........milh
evy for Si-klng Fund .... .........114 milk
,evy for Past Itudebtedness............ 14 milk
evy for Chain Gang... ...... ........ 25l mill
,evy for St-tt- C'onstable .... . ....... mil
To 9'. milh
perial L.evy for School DIstrict No. 1. 2 mills
peeial Levy for School District No.2,...2 mili
peeial I.e%% for School District No. 3....2 milli
perial .evy for School District No. 4.. ..2 milli
pecial LevY fior School District No. 5. ..2 millh
peciai Lev. for School 1 strict No. 8,...2 millh
pecial - evy foir school District No. 9.. 10 mIllh
pecial Levy Ior School District No. s0.2t milli
pecial Levy for School District No. 1], 71; milli
perial L( vy for Scho I District No. 12, ..2 mills
pecial Levy for School District No. 13...8 milia
pecial Levy for School District No. 14...4 millh
pecial Levy for School District No. 16.. .6 mill,
peciai Levy for School District No. 17...7 mill.
pecial Levy for S<'hool District No. 18. 2 mill
necial Levy for School District No. 19, 2mill.
pecial Levy for School District No. 2:....2 mill.
pecimt Levy for School District No. 22,..2mill!
pecial Levy for School District No, 23,..2 mill
pecial Levy forSchool District No. 24. 2'6 will!
pecial Levy ror School District No.3, 2; mill
pecial Levy for School District No. 21'...2 nill!
pecial Levy for School District No. *9. 3 mill:
pecial Levs foF School District No. 31, I5 mill!
peciel Levy for School District No. 37. 4 mill:
pecial Levy for Sohool District No. 38. 2 mill:
pecial Levy for School District No. 41, 3 mill:
pechd Levy Ar School District No. 42.. .1 mill:
pecial Levy Air Sehool District No. 49...2 milli
peal Levy for School District No. S2. :: mill!
pecial Levy for School District No. 53....4 mi,1:
.evy for interest on Pickens R. R. Honds
evy fu interest on Pickens R. R. Bonds
Eastatoe bownseip ......... . . .....2 mill:
havy for iterest on Pickens R. k. Bonds
Rickews C. H. township.. ............2 taill:
Poll Taxs Oa (I Pl Dollar. livery mule citizet
rout 21 So yGII is liable, exeapt C:onfeder
!te soldieftu h, V not pay after 5) years, at
hose excused rpy haW.
Commutation lzoad Tax. $1.50. The last Leg
slature enacted the following law: "That al
tble-bodied male person.' from the age of t wen
y-one and fifty years. both exclusive. itt thi
ounty of Pickens. shall bs required annuall;
,o pay one dollar and fifty cents conimutatio
>r road tax, except ministers of the gospel ac
ually in charge of a congregation, persons per
nanently disabled in the military service o
his State. and persons who served in the It
var between the States atid all persons actual
y employed in the quarantine service of t
itate, and all students who may be attendip,
my school or college at the time when the com
nutation tax hercinabove provided for shal
>ecome due shall be required to pay to th
ounty Treasurer of said county, between th
5th day of October and the 31st day of Decent
erin eab and every year. an aHtnual commit
ation o. toad tax of one dollar and fifty 'cent:
>er head. and any failure to pay said road ta:
hall be : misdemeanor, and the offender, upot
onvicti.a. shall be punished by a fine of no
ess than& five dollars and not more than lift
lollars, of imprisoner for t t more hat thirt;
Capitation Dog Tax. All persons ownini
logs are required to pay a tax of tifty (50) cent:
it: each dog. Respectfully,
J. T. RICHEY,
EYE TALK NO. 2
Light ani Sight
- Light renders all things
visible, by bringing pictures
of them to our eyes.
Then if the eyes are per
fect, we have clear and com
fo table sight.
But many eyes are imper'
teet, and blurred vision, strain
or pain results.
Removal of the cause with
suitab~le glasses. Simple,
isnt it? And, by the way,
since you want to be sure
of getting the right glasses,
A. A. ODOM, PRES.
Greenville, S. C.
40 acres, * mile from cour
ouse, 1-2 cleared, balance ii
>riginal oak forest, joining lan<
>f J. H. G. McDaniel, I. M
Mvauldin and others. This prop
arty is for sale or trade and i.
bhe prettiest place for a nic<
aiome around Pickens. Price an<
berms reasonable. See H. M
ERester, "The Real Estate Man'
Pickens, S. C.
TENANT: For good farn
on Golenoy River. Cai
make an attractive propo
sition to the right man
P. B. MARTIN
Marietta, S. C., or
Greenvilie, S. C.
sTATPE O:: sOiU~I', * ~'' )LlN.\
(M'unts e.f Irckenis.
Wi H & R:A-, Air.. Noit a -ni s e
IV A Sheii n1 ia.l- su I Li' Iie, '' gI::
hten letlers of .\iniittistra-ijont'' la
-sa~ andu effects - I U it I 'akins.
These air" there foe to 1 cite .tnd
noIdusbh atll -wld singular the kih
tnd credil~oss o~f tile said C'. 1H
Park ins d--ciel. t I:at t hey be and ai:
iear bef..re~ me, in the<('ouirt (if Prr
)ete, to be. hld at Pickens on the 18t
Lv- of o.t. 1911 next after publicatio
tecreof, at 11 o'clock in the forenoon, t<
howcause i? any the' have. why th
a1i-i adiruniirationl should not be grant
Given under tmy hand. this 2
lay of Sept. Anno .omini 1911.
J. B. NEWBERRT. (SeaI
J. P. P. c.
DR. R. E.INGOLD
.Liberty, S. C.
..acica t Cent..al every Wednedar
Pickens - Sentinel
Taei fo h ods anih bc,- "RdMa"tb
ake proteldaes mand perfectlyusweetened eatwh tb
Cu outhis ad. nd ai to us wth your name an ddres for
attractive FREE offer to chewers only.
LIIPFERT SCALES CO., Winston-Salem. N. C.
N . ................---.-----1 --------- -- - -
FOR THAT KEG OF'
THE DRINK THAT RiAGHES THE SPOT
Ckns L tiin Works,
\ R. L. Dalis Proprietor
Sum er Goods must
maKe loom for our fall
Busins. All Goods re.
ducedfShort ends and
Remn4fs will be sold at
MONE SAVING PRICES to
y llo .1 cut Shoes will
also with this cut price
Sale wide Sea Island at
A. . PARK,
FO SA LE,
FIN A RM.
O2O 0 cre farm, 5-miles west of Pi~h
etween Twelve Mile camp ground
and Mountain Vi 'church, on main public road, ru
ral route and tel one line; 60 acres cleared, bal
ance in original est, one old two-story house with
outbildigsmall tenant house and small out
buildings; 60,00 . of saw timber on place. This
lan lis ella s in a splendid section. Will ex
change for* sm place or will cut into tracts to -
sutprhsror price and terms write or see i
I hae fain all sections of the connty. ILet
me Eno you s in the real estate line.
THE 4AL ESTATE MAN
Box 64.Pickens, S. .,
Box 264. Pickens Bank Building.
Let me wi r fire insurance; I'll place you in good* re
Land ~ Sale in Oconee Counly.
50-acre far acres mo wos aa e o n n w sru
00an r a rI , to tenant OfZ,1harsi eatiaion Wil ael
For t. nd prices apply to
MOSS, vfallIhalla, S. C.
THERE IS BUT
(% STATE FAIR
IEake Your Arrangements to be in
FOR THE GREAT STATE FAIR
OCTOBER 30, 31 and
INOVEMBER 1, 2 and 3
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