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The Pickens Sentinel
Two Years for $2.00
During October Only
From now until November 1, 1921, we will accept
two-year subscriptions to The Pickens Sentinel for
$2.00, new or renewal. This is at the rate of $1.00
a year, but no subscription will be accepted at this
rate for any other length of time than two years.
During the past year of stringent times The
Sentinel did not cut off any subscribers, except
when it was requested (which was the case in about
three instances), consequently we have many ex
pired subscriptions on our books.
We are putting the paper back on the cash-in
advance system, as it is the only plan to conduct a
successful newspaper. We do not want to have to
discontinue any subscriptions, so we are making this
very liberal offer and any one may take advantage
There is no profit in subscriptions even at $1.50
a year, as you probably know, and it has been some
thing of a strain for us to carry approximately 1000
unpaid subscriptions a year, but we were glad to do
it for friends of the paper. Now we need the money
and hope that as many as possible will come in and4
renew their subscriptions.
This price will be good for October only. We*
guarantee that the regular price of The Sentinel will +
not be reduced from $1.50. A paper worthy of the
county cannot be produced for less.
We stuck by you, now stick by us.
During October Only
THE SENTINEL 2 YEARS FOR $2.00
No MORE - NO LESS
This Offer Open to Old and New Subscribers
To Be Reld at Peters Creek Fifth
Saturday and Sunday
Following is the program of the
union meetitng of the Pickens Bap
tist associatiOn to be held with the
Peters Creek Ihurch the fifth Sat
urday arnd Sunday in October. All
churche:i a4knd to send delegateos.
10 -". n1- evotional by Rev. J. E.
10: 15--[ lit of delegates
pomtance <, f Coo per
aton ; an i Rfligiouxs Better
im-en -o IcJ by Dr. W. M.
St I NDAY
10 a. m1.-Dovotiona'k by B. 11.
M hi b.-l~ 1(?V
10:15-What plar'e ,hould the Sun.
day schoo! have inl t"' life ofth
church and comunnity ? By, W . G.
11:15-Missionary sermon by Rev.
H. F. Wright.
1:30--Service of song.
1:45-do 'Every one wins one" one
of our objectives for the ye-ar 1922.
Hy W. E. Findley.
2:45-Miscellaneous- business and(]
The executive committee and of
ficers of the Pickens Baptist asso.
ciation are hereby calling a meeting
of all the pastors and executive com.
mitteemen and representativet from
all the churches of the association
to mieet at Pickens Baptist church
Monday afternoon, October 10, at 2
o'clock sharp. We are hoping to
have Dr. Burts of Columbia with us
for an hour or so of conference.
W. E. Findley,
F. T. Cox.
We are prepai
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prices and see f<
Shoes for mer
and work shoes;
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