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VOLUME 25-NUMBER 7 PICKENS, S. C., THURSDAY, JUNE8 1922. 1 A YA
REUNION WAS BIG SUCCESS.
7,000 People Do Honer to Pickens
" County Veterans.
A crowd of approximately 7,000
people attended the twentieth annual
reunion of Confederate veterans of
Pickens county in Pickens last Sat
urday, June 3. Forty-five veterans
This was probably the most suc
ecssful reunibn ever held in the. coun
ty. While the crowd was somewhat
smaller than for the two years pre
ceding, the program was most ex
cellent, the spirit of the people was
fine and everything passed off smooth
The exersises begtn with a parade
headed by Mayor Cureton and Col.
Rion McKissick, speaker of the day,
in an automobile, followed by the
bandl. Next came automobiles carry
ing the veterans and Daughters of the
Confederacy, followed by tit National
Guard Company .of Easley.
Judge T. J. Mauldin presided at the
mce'ing in the court house. Rev. D.
W. Hiott offered the invocation and
Mrs. Gary Hiott extended a cordial
welcome to the veterans and others
rn behalf of the Pickens Chapter U.
D. C., under whose auspices the reun
ion was held. Judge Mauldin next
intrcduced Mr. Rion McKissick, editor
of the Greenville Piedmont, who de
livered the principal address of the
Mr. McKissick made one of the best
addresses ever heard at a similar oc
casion here. It was not one of those
oratorical outbursts of meaningless
words, but was an address chock full
of information, interest and inspira
tion. He paid an eloquent tribute to
the Confederate chiefthins and pri
vates and eited authorities to back
him up in his eulogies. He declared
that the Southern army fought for a
righteous cause and showed that his
tory is vindicating the principles ad
vccated by the Confederacy. He de
nounced the tendency of centraliza
tion of government in this country
and praised the constitution of the
Confederate States of America as the
most progressive document of its
kind in the world's history.
The Sentinel cannot do justice to
Mr. McKissick's address here. We
hope to publish it in full at an early
After the address Crosses of Honor
were pinned on three ConfedJerate
Miss Cleo Hallums gave a delight
ful reading in a most charming man
ner. Miss Hallum is a daughter of
Prof. and Mrs. R. T. Hallum, a talen
ted young lady and a graduate of
G. W. C.
Mrs. T. J. Mauldin made a short but
highly interesting talk to the, veter
ans, telling them something of what
the saw of interest to them when
she recently visited Richmond, once
capital of the Confederacy. She told
cf South Carolina's room :n the Con
federate relic building at Richmond,
and asked that those who may have
relics of Civil war times give the
relics into the keeping of the local
Daughters of the Confederacy for the
relic room which was recently estab
lished in the Pickens court house.
The picnic dinner which was served
in the court house grove by the local
Daughters and friends was all that
could be desired and its arrangement
was perfect. At this dinner were the
veterans, members of the National
Guard Company, the Daughters and
a few specially invited guests.
In the afternoon the National
Guard Company gave some exhibition
drills which were grcatly enjoye.l by
thousand(s of spectators..
All during the (lay excellent and :n
s'-ing music was furnished by the
Mihl Mill Cone.'rt band cf Greenville
This is one of the besit ban-ls that
EVer vi'!itedl Piektns.
The airnlatnc of Jchnscn& Vn lliam
Se . w'a s here and gave semne wonder
ful exhibitions iii the air. Many
stunts~ werye performed and a large
Inbe-r.f visitors took~ ridles in the
All togethcr it was one ci the mnott
dllightful andI heliifui occassions in
the h'story of Pickens. Too much
crevdit cannct be given the Pickens~ U.
D. C. for this ple' ant and succes. ful
dIay.. These lad ith were untiring ini
the~ir efforts to make the (lay pleasant
for the people generally and especial
ly to do honor to the Confederate
veterans. and the plaudits of a grate
ful people must show the Daughters
that their work is appreciated.
After the regular program 'n the
court house had, been concluded the
veterans held a business meeting at
which several resolutions were dis
cused and adopted. An account of
this meeting will be published next
SHORT TERM OF COURT
Court Is still in session Wednesday
mcrning, although business has been
practicrally completed. Adjournment
is likel; sometime Wednesday. About
th Irty vir'stors of the prohibition lawv
plead gn..y and were g~ven senten
ces of varying degrees. All jurors
were dismissed Monday afte-noon,
but several pleas of guilty were ac
V cepted Tuesday. Judge Mauldin pre
sided and Solicitor Smoak was on
hand. On account of its typesetting
machine being broke down The Sen
tinel cannot give the complete court
proceedings this week,
MANY NEW CANDIDATES
Prcsent Indications Point to Merry
Campaign this Summer.
Well, boys, business is beginning to
pick up among candidates for public
office in Pickens county and it looks
like we are going to have a big time
this summer. Thewell known politi
cal pot which has been' simmering for
several weeks shows indications of
soon reaching' the boiling point. A
glance at the candidates' column in
The Sentinel this week will disclose
several new entries which will be of
considerable interest throughout the
Hon. Fred H. Dominick is announ
ced for reelection to congress. Mr.
Dominick has made a good congress
man and F; frfnds do not believe he
can be defeated this year.
Hon. Jubal Williams is asking for
reelection to the legislature, and Mag
istrate J. M. Garret of Liberty is also
a candidate for the legislature.
Keith G. Allgood of Easley is a
candidate, for supervisor, as is also
Henry M. Phillips, a prominent farn
er of near Easley.
Capt. Elias Day is in the race for
J. A. Finley asks for reelection as
county commisrici I r and James J.
herd is also running for this office.
Friends of J. H. Earle, Esq., of
Pickens are urging him to enter the
race for state senate. A friend of
Mr. Earle statctl tc; The Sentinel
Tuesday that they had strong hopes
of persuading him to make the race.
A. John Boggs is also frequently
spoken of as a candidate for the sen
dte, but we have heard no statements
from him in regard to it.
E. Foster Keith, ex-auditor, is being
nenticned as a candidate for the state
house of representatives.
Friends of Ex-Supervisor James B.
Craig are trying to get him in the
race for supervisor. T. A. Bowen,
who has been thinking of making the
race for supervisor, has announced
'hat he will not make the race.
W. D. Griffin, of Easley, had de
:ided to make the race for probate
judge, but upon the entrance of his
ellcwtownsman Capt. Elias Day into
the race Mr. Griffin withdrew.
There is still some talk of Senator
McCravy making the race for con
There are probably other prospec
tive candidates throughout the county
which we have not heard of.
HELPED US OUT
The Sentinel has been badly handi
!ipped this week on account of its
typeseting machine being out of
!ommissicn all day Tuesday. This
makes us a little late in publishing
the paper this week.
If it had not been for the assistance
of Mr. McConnell, linotype machinist
of the Greenville News, the machine
would be out of commission yet. Af
ten working all night on his job at
the News Mr. McConnell came right
on to Pickens early Wednesday morn
ing and within a short time after his
arrival here had everything in perfect
working order. The Sentinel hereby
confers upon Mr. AgcConnell the hon
erary and deserved degrees of A. G.
and K.-B. L. M., which means accom
modating gentleman and king-bee lin
Following are results of games
played 'n the Pickens County Texrlc
league last Saturday.
At Liberty: Liberty 14, Ickens J.
A t Easley: Gilenwood 4, Vice 3.
.At Central: Central 11 Easley Mill
Glenwcod is le-ading the league andI
has;n't h s,. a gamc. Pieckens is tail
cend(ing the league andl hasen't wvon
CIHLDRENS D)AY AT PLEASANT
Pleasant Grove Sunday school wvill
chserve the second Sunday in June as
children's clay. An elaborate prog
ram will be carried cut by the chil
dren, su~pplementedl with some good
music. by the choir.
Mr. T. 0. Lawvton has promised to
be present and make a talk after the
recitations are over. That Mr. Law
ton is among the biggest public spirit
cdl men in the state is too well known
to wvarrant comment.
After dinner, which will be served
on the ground, local and visiti'ng
musicians will entertain the audience.
Let everybody come and bring wp)l
MR. NELSON AT SECONA
R1ev. R. W. Nelson will preach pt
Sceona chuveh thea fourth Sunday
night in June. Mr. Nelson preached
in Pickens county many years ago
and has many friends here who will
be glad to see him again andi hear
him preach. His home now is in An
AT CROSS ROADS CHURCH
The pastor of Cross Roads church
will preach a sermnon on Discipline
next Saturday afternoon. All mem
bers urged to be present and bring
COUNTY CAMPAIGN SPEAKINGS
Eight Mcetings Arranged By Com
mittec-Assess, Candidatts Later
The executive committee of the
Pickens County Democratic conven
tion met Monday and arranged the
following schedule of meetings for
the county candidates:
Easley, Tuesday, August 15.
Liberty, Wednesday, August 16.
Central, Friday, August 18.
Six Mile, Monday, August 21.
Antioch, Wednesday, August 23.
Pumpkintown, Thursday, August 24
Dacusvflle, Friday, August 25.
Pickens, aturday, August 26.
The committee also established a
new voting precinct at Maplecroft
Mill at Liberty, and decided to have
two voting places at Pickens, Easley
and Liberty in order to take care of
the expected increase of voting due
to women voting.
A committee was appointed to as
sess county candidates at a later (late
when some idea could be had of how
many candidates will offer for elec
tion. The more candidates there are
the less the assessment will be on
JOEL H. MILLER DEAD.
Jcel H. Miller, one of the, best
known and most prominent citirens
of Pickens county, died at his home
in the Cedar Rock section early last
Friday morning after a brief illnss.
M,r. Miller had served P'vhen,s
county as a mcmber of the state
house of reprcscntatives and always
cook an etive interest in phi.'cs
and was much inter ved in the vet.
terment of farming conditions.
The decea:sed was. 65 years of age
and is survived by his wife and the
following children: William D. Mill
er and Grayson Miller of Mobile, Ala.,
Mrs. A. W. Singleton, Mrs. Ora Maul
din and Miss Ada Miller. He is also
survived by two sisters, Mrs. W. H.
Useary of Greeiville and Mrs. Robert
Knox of Easley.
Funeral services were conducted by
Rcv. W. C. Seaborn at Cedar Rock
DR. CRENSHAW DEAD.
Dr. J. M. Crenshaw, a prominent
citizen and physician of Pickens coun
ty, died at Liberty last week. His
health had been bad for several
years and while his death was not
unexpcted it cast a pall of gloom in
hundreds of home/.'here the faithful
physician had ministered.
Dr. Crenshaw was born and reared
in the Oolenoy section of Pickens
county and for years and years was
the only physician in that section.
He was 65 years old at the time of
his death and is survived' by his
wife and the following children: Dr.
L. F. Crenshaw and Mrs. L. L. Hen
drix of Greenville, Mrs. W. C. Smith
and Miss Lois Crenshaw of Liberty.
Funeral services and burial took
place at Cross Roads church Satur
JOHN H. BALLENTINE DEAD.
John Hudson Ballentine died at
his home near Central late Saturday
afternoon, May 27. Mr. Ballentine
had lived beyond the "three score
and ten," but his life had been such
a useful one that there had been ad
ded many years of service. He serv
ed thirty years as a deacon in the
First Baptist church at Central. He
was a good andl conscientious man, a
law abiding citizen, wvhose ~influence
andl interest were alwvays for the good
of the community. The wvife of Mr.
Ballentine wvas Miss Lou Russell and
she with the following children sur
vive: Mrs. T. C. Johnson, Mrs. J.
WV. Hopkins and Hcnry Ballentine, of
Central; Mrs. H. H. Barr, Easley;
Robt H. Ballentine, Birmingham;
Claude L.. Ballentine, Columbus, M iss
Mrr. A. V. Hooks, Charlotte, N. C.;
Mrs. Hicrance J. Pope, Atlanta. The
funeral services were at Central Mon
MR. BURDIINE H UNT, OF TEX AS,
The daily papers recently carried
the announcement cf the (loath of
Mr. Burdine Hunt, of San Antonio,
Texas, which occurred, Saturday a
week ago, and the. body wvas laid to
rest on Monday, May 22.
Mr. Hunt had been confined to
the hospital a month on account of
an automobile accident, which was
the direct cause of his death.
Mr. Hunt was b'4n in Pickans
county and spent the early part of
his life in Greenville and Pickens.
He went to Texas the year 1868.
Soon after going there he lost his
eyesight. He made several visits
back to the old home and frequently
stopped over in this section with
friends and relatives who are griev
ed to learn of his death.
Mr. Hunt was 75i years 01(1 and was
a veteran of the Civil war. He leav
es a sister, Mrs. William Price, who
lives nine miles above Pickens, and
several nieces and nephews in
Greenville and Pickens counties.
Peace to his memory.
There will be a birthday dinner
at the home of Mr. J. H. Hudson
on Twelve Mile near Hagood mill
the second Sunday in .June. Every
body invited to come and bring well
TRAINING SCHOOL PROGRAM
School To Be Held at Easley Th<
Week of July 2-7.
Tentative program of Methodisi
training school to be held at Easley
11:15-Adidress by Dr. W. H
Mills, professor of rural sociology
12:15-'Adjournment' for dinner.
3:30-Classification, Miss Rutl1
"The Pupil," by Rev., Leo. D.
"Beginners Organization and Ad
mminstration," Mrs. L. P. Hanna.
("Teaching Process,") by Rev. J.
P. Patton. ("Learning and Teach
4:35-Music and other forms of
Recreation. Led by Marvin Grave
7.15-Devotional service, Rev. E.
8:15-Recess. Music and Recrea
tion, Rev. W. B. Justus.
8.25-Inspirational Address, "Pol,
ity and Policy of Methodism" by
Rev. J. C. Diggs.
7.30-Devotional service led by
Rev. W. E. Taylor.
8.30-Address, Rev. J. M. Stead.
Monday's schedule to be followed
for Tuesday, Wednesday and Thurs
Jay with the following to conduct
the devotions, respectively: Revs.
D. P. Hudson, J. C. Diggs and J. W.
7.30-Devotional, Rev. W. i. Jus
8:30-Address, Hetnry Nelsor
9.00-Awards; name of those wh<
will take examination.
All lectures delivered by Rev. J
M. Steadman to be on "Polity an
Policy of 7dethodism;" Drs. Snyde1
and Mills on general subject o
Religious Education, but given lat:
tude of choice as to special topics.
Statement of the Ownership, Man.
agelment, Etch Required by the
Act of Congress' of August 24
1912, of The Pickens Sentinel, pub.
lished weekly at Pickens. S. C.
for Anril, 1922.
State of South Carolina,
County of Pickens.
Before me, a notary public in and
for the State and county aforesaid,
personally appeared Gary Hiott, who,
having been duly sworn according
to law, desposes and says that he is
the manager of The Pickens Senti
nel and the following is, to the best
of his knowledge and belief, a true
statement of the ownership, manage
ment. etc., of the aforesaid publica
tion for the date shown in the above
Publisher, Editor and Manager,
Gary Hiott, Pickens, S. C.
That the owners are: J. McD.
Bruce, G. R. Hendricks, A. J. Boggs,
T. J. Mauldin, Gary Hiott, E. H.
Craig, all of Pickens, S. C., and I.
M. Mauldin. of Columbia, S. C.
That the known bondholders, mar
t aget s, and other sec-urity holders
cwing er holding 1 per cent or morc
of total amount of bonds, mortga
ges, or other securitice are: None
Sworn to and subsc-ribed before
me this 3lrd (lay of .June, 1922.
Frank McFall, N. P.
CARD) OF THANKS
I dlesire to return my sincere thianks
to those people wvho were' so kind ir
getting the rolling chair for- me. AIst
those who have helped me in othei
wvays. I want you to consider this
as a personal thanks for (ach of you
as it is imposgible for me to see you~
face to face. After being confined te
my room for six months you can im
agine how glad I am to be out onec
more. I value it highly and whal
promptedl the act stIll more. May
God's richest blessings rest upon eacl1
of you in whatsoever you undertake
The Six Mile academy and McCol
baseball teams played in Florence
last Friday for the high school base
ball championship of the state and
McColl won by the close score ofa
to 2. Three thousand people sau
the game. Six Mile had won th<
championship of upper South Caro
lina. The Six Mile boys are to bi
congratulatedl upon their fine recor<
COMMITTEE ON HOSPITALITY
Brethren from a distance wishinj
assistance in reaching the Sunda:
School convention at Secona churci
the thirdl Saturday, will write to A
A. Moon, B. F. Freemanor D. A. All
g-ood at Pirkenm.
PICKENS WOMAN'S RECORD
Has 3 Living Scrs Who Served In
In the daily papers throughout
the state last week appealed ar
ticles mentioning the fact that Mrs.
Olivia Posser, 94 years old, of Or
angeburg, was a visitor in Darling..
ton during the recent Confedcrate
veterans' rounicl,' and in the & -
ticle appearcd this paragraph:
"Orangeburg holds an honer of the
only Ccnfcderate veteran's mo.her in
Scuth Carolina in the persen of Mrs.
Everyone will congratulate Orange
burg upon having this distinguished
lady as a citizen within its borders
and ne one would attempt to dim the
glory attached hereto.
However, in order to keep history
and the record straight it is neces
sary te correct a part of the story.
Mrs. Alzata Foster, now living in
the Peters Creek scetion of Pickens
county, is the mother of three living
Confederae v't: 1 ans, probably the
world's record. Mrs. Fcster was re
cently given efficial 1 ecognition by
the Dauglha;crs of Confederacy and
presented with a gold bar cf honor.
Her sons who served in the Cen
federate army and who are now liv
ing are Rev. J. E. F( str, who scrv d
in Co. B, 37th Virg'nia calvary; R. B.
A. Fester cf this county and C. M.
Foster of Wesninstei who served in
Co. D, 1st S. C'. state troops.
Mrs. Ferter is 98 years of a rc and
L'osses wonderful faculty of senses
All honor to be.4
A CURIOSITY IN COCKLE BURS
Mr. Henry Pike in a letter to The
Sentinel says: A short time ago you
publisher an item in the county
paper about the fertile soil of
Crow Creek. Now I have found
something in this community which
is a real curiosity to me and all
others who have seen it. On the
30th day of May while plowing on
the farm of Mr. D. H. Alexander,
which is the farm where I live, I
found a cockle bur plant with eleven
full grown cocele burs cn it. The
plant grew up this spring and is
about fifteen inches high.
Every farmer knows that cockle
burs do not mature until late in the
1 fall just before frost. The burs or
this plant were just like the one:
found in the fall of the year. Ii
anyone else has ever seen grown
cockle burs in May I would like to
hear from them.
SINGING AT SIX MILE
There will be an all day singing at
Six Mile Baptist church on the third
Sunday in June. We are expecting
some visiting singers and we hope
to have a great dav in song service.
Everybody is cordially invited to come
And bring along your song books and
AND THEY WERE, TOO
Greenville News, June 3.
The "state of Pickens" is preparing
to outdo itself today on the cccasion
of Jeff Davis' birthday. A wireless
last night from GH, the wireless
broadcasting station of The Pickens
Sentinel, declared that every house
hold between Eastotae and Easley
wvould be represented in the celebra
The Democratic club heoks wvhich
arc~ Vtupp(sed to he (peen Jlune (I for
cnrollme nt of voters hlave not y(et. ar
Mtsrs. L.. C. TPhernley and Ernest
.4 lexandler Ig a..med in., !'X'gr:
ecurit in Ande, sen this wve X in th'
capacity of jurors.
Dr. Gzlymi, the. leading ysih
sr''e'. alist of Andlerson, will be here
atenin P(xt wee 'k. Read his ad in
rnot her column.
MIss Ruth Digcrs ,atte ndedl com
mlencemednt att Wecsl vani (Xlle .Al a
cen. Ga. !ast wveek. Mliss lDiggs
gradluat'.d from this .'nstituition twn
There wvas a ge neral "geood time"
ini our city last Saturdlay. Friends
greeting friends wh had not been
met in many a long dlay and of course
everybody is happy when our third
of June comes.
Messrs. W. A. Miller of River Bank,
Cal., Henry Miller, wife and child of
Oklahoma and Rhett Miller of Toccoa,
Ga., are at the bedside of their moth
er, Mrs. Irvin Miller, whose condition
is still critical.
Mr. Sheriff H. Brown says he has
found the following remedy highly
satisfactory for getting rid of worms
on cabbage: Take one part of com
mon table; salt and two parts of air
jslaked lime and dust it on cabbage
The remedy is effective and harmless.
Rev. J. E. Foster was 'n the city
.Monday locking hale and hearty. He
S s the eldest of the three sons of Mrs
IAlzara Foster who served in the Con.
1federate wvar and ax" stWi happy tc
. have their mother living with then
- on the old homestead in the north
eastern part o~f the cnnnty.
CCCPERATIVE FARMERS MEET
At Ckcmson ,Coilege Last Wleek
Di'.trict Candidates Chosen
Cle mscn College, May 30.-Dele
t.atcs from the four counties of
distir ict No. 2, Greenville, Ander
scn, Ficke:s, and Oconee met here
today to ncminate two candidates
from this <:strict for district dir
cetc: . she S. C. Cooperative As
seeiaticn. L. L. Rice, Anderson,
was el:'ted chairman; J. P. Poole,
'Gi eenville, vice-chairman; T. A.
Bowcn, lickcns, secretary; J. T.
Long, Anderson, J. P. Stribling,
Oconce, W. P. Conyers, Greenville,
C. H. Carpenter, Pickens, executive
ce mmi ticmen, with L. L. Rice as
ev:< tary of thc executive committee.
J Wade Drake. Andersdn, and J.
P. Richardson, Greenville, were se
leetcd a,, candidates for district dir
cetor tG be voted upon by the as
.4cciatiit nmbers of the d strie.t.
A rer: lution was passed to have
the ir.snsl and business records of
th. t.wa candidates published in
the p:apers of the district to enable
the mt mbt rs to vote more intelli
Len' ly fc r a diregtcr, and a commit
tey eiosisd- r of James M. Richard
Grn, Gru nville, J. R. C. Griffin, An
5de sn. and A. B. Bryan, Clemson
(Clkc was arptinted for the pur
A rc s.chnlicn the ; ur;ose of which
is to insture the exclusion of poli
ti;es frr.ml the" :1! crgniztio~n wats adopt
(A. w : h t bOe su;ge ;ien that the
state organi:aticn incorporate. this
!:rovisicn in its by-laws.
Before adjourn1n( n, the meeting
was adds essed by W. W. Leng, dir
cetor of the Extension Service, who
urgt:1 thc n(-ed f,r a much larger
membership as a mans of r.mtroll
ing a largcr li t cpertica of the cot
e.C. gi cwn in the state.
Ckmsci Colik e wias selected as
the m( -Ling place for the regular
.oings cf the district organiza
The filewing dclegates were
rre' nt- (rc-nville county: J. P.
Poole. J. P. Richardson, R. F. Wat
son, M. D. Mcere, W. P. Conyers,
Dr. W. F. Eubank, James M. Rich
ardson, Jno. G. Greer.
Anderson county: J. Wade Drake,
D. A. Geer, L. L. Rice, J. H. And
erson, .L R. C. Giifin, B. B. Bleack
cy, John T. Long, L. M. Mahaffey,
B. J. Smith, W. A. Watson.
Pickens county: C. H. Carpenter,
H. M. Phillips, O. D. Epps, T. A.
Ocoree county: J. P. Stribling, J.
H. Brown, S. L. Brown.
Pref. F. W. Simpson, newly elected
super nende nt of the Pickens schools,
was here Tuesday. He is a graduate
of the University of South Carolina
and a genial fellow. Prof. Simpson
says that it will be several weeks be-.
fcre ht can move to Pickens from
Taylois, where he has been for three
Graduation exercises of the Pick
ens high school were held in the
Gr a'-e chur'Ji here Monday night.
Rev. J. L. Vass of Greenville deliver
ed an address to the graduating class
and it was much enjoyed by a large
audic'ce. The Sentinel was promised
an account of the exercises for pub
lication, along with the names of the
graduatcs, but did not get it.
The mi mbers of Headquarters Comn
ranv 118th Infantry, S. C. National
Guierd, wish to express their thanks
for the. ecrdial treatment and bount
:ful <hnn' r giv'en themi by the United
Daughters of the Confedkracy end the
(it her I.eoUle tf Pickens, June 3i. And
th appr eciat( d the honor of acting
an :m < uet for the. C~bfedhyate
F"romi now until June 30 we will
accep)t subscriptionls to The Pickens
hentinel at $1 00 a year.
This offer will not be extended be
yond June 30 and will .be the lasc
special subscription offer made by
The Sentinel this year.
Every one who knlows anything
aibout the publishing business knows
to print The Sentinel, and we are
making the offer simply in an effort
to put the paper into every home in
this section. The more subscribers
a paper has the better opportunity it
has of dloing good for its county.
In accordance with our custom of
making no offer to new subscribers
that we cannot make to our old ones,
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