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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 14 January 1909

Donigs of a Local and Persoa Nature. Everything at cost! All eo -y resent stock at cost for th< D t fifteen drys. H. Snider D he ele ctric light people say in i y will be able to turn the wrnsser' on this week and give -Lkttis more light. PiLtteo. J. Elfred Hill, of thE toche ie side of the county, inflaer hai ickens, Tuesday, shak ableato ha Is with his many lig. of Her M iss nez M orris, of cofie t.eH vho has been confined wOithI( atm for somle time with many ri,h 'y rheumatism, is to see bi t again, to the de ,, iany friends. r i'i' derl', who has been buOv( ->b his omll for a time min , is limpJroving. His nh nl 11(s w ill be delighted ('OQ!i u 'et again. T:- a nd hiiunters~. shouldI ' b,f . ( ). Brook will *f furs, such as umn, Iiauskr.at, K0'iil A pril 1, 191 .he >r of th is Pap) his U .is town!m .1 -helar'ted gentl 4 s sek, for nice pi It v c 7 Ale I ad, and has movet R ft pretty place a' '~tohi k ays he is sd Sit as fast as his ake and1 ship to ar~iaged1 one a day n...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 14 January 1909

INTHRNATIONAL LECSSON COM. MENTS FOR JANUARY 17. Subject: The Beginnings of the Chris tian Church, Acts 2:22-47 'olden Text, Acts 2:42-Commit Verses 82, 33-Exposition. TIME.-Sunday, May 28, A. D. 30. PLACE.-Jerusalen. EXPOSITION.-I. God Hath Mado Jesus Both Lord and Christ, 32-30. Jesus could not be held fast by death. No more can we if we are in Him. David hundreds of years before had caught a glimpse of the Greater David who would go (own into hades, but who would not stay there; who would not even see corruption, but would be raised before corruption had over taken His body. Peter, though an eye-witness to the resurrection, goes to the Scripture for proof before ap pealing to his own experience. Some to-day think that their wonderful ex perience does away with the necessity of appeal to the sure Word of God. Let all such learn wisdom from Peter. But Peter's testimony had its place and our testimony has its place, though it is not the first place-that belongs to the Word of God. P...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 14 January 1909

THE PULPIT A ELOOIENT SUNDAY SERMON B' THE REV. CORTLAND MYERS. Theme: Uncle Sam's Mar on t. World, Brooklyn, N. Y.--Th:t tie oppor unity afforded to men residing in th 3edford section to hear the ReN Cortland Myerm, pastor of the Bar t t 'emple, was appreciated, wa evident from the large audiene whiclh fil)c' orery part of the Associa lion Hall of thQ Bedford Branch o the Y. M. C. A. Dr. Myers' theme also, was Popl lar, *being: "Unel Sam's Mark on the World."-.e said among other things: When I was asked to come her( and tell yop something of my recen. tour aroup the world it seemed ,a InipossibIty, there was so mueli tc be s C Where shall a man begin oi en . Well, we crossed this conti n t, which is in itself enough foi 0 tour for any man; we visited the 'alian Islands, touched at th lippines, saw China, Janan, th lay Islands, Burmiah. Inia. Coy Yon; then through the Red Sea, past Arabi, to Egypt, to Palestine for th second time, across the Mediter rahean, through Europe and Great ...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 14 January 1909

HILL'S faea olDwnjle plihjhje TABLETS Will Cure That Cold You Have Price 25c. For Sale By BOLT & CO., UP-TO-DATE DRUGGISTS, Pickens, S. C. MENTION THIS AD, GET IN LINE ~O D lfeBig W hile Goon Sale Largest assortment ever brought to this part of the country of Nainsooks, English Long Cioth, Seiesettes, Muslins, Cambrics Checked and Plain Lawns, Waistings of all kinds and the Beautiful and Dainty Laces and Embroideries to trim them with. This cold weather is the time to make up youiF year's sup ply of Underclothes and waists. Come now when you have a Big Selection-we can buy for less now, when the Mills are not busy--therefore we can sell to you for less. This is your chance. Don't fail to see the Bargains xe are offering in Shoes, Skirts, Cloaks, Ready-made Dresses Etc. These goods are practically at your own prices as they M LST GO to make room for our new Spring Stock nov: \rapidly coming in. Buclhan1a1I-Scott Co. Cash Department Store GREENVILLE, S. C. More Bargalns Don't Fail...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 21 January 1909

ESIiNTIN - J ENTERED APRIL 23, 1903, AT PICKENS, S. C., AS SECOND-CLASS A ER, UNDER ACT OM CONGRESS OF MARC ,V'ol xxxviI. PICKENS, S. C., THURSDAY, JANUARY 21, 1909. ESSAGE FROM COY$ A [U n Interesting Communication to The General Assembly the Honorable, the Members of kept open for nine months in the the General Assemablv of the State year, but many of the small schools of South Carolina: in the rural districts are in session Another year has come, and you but for three or four months in the gathered to discharge the high year. Realizing that most of the honorable duties laid upon you children who attend these schools are e people. It becomes my duty receiving from them all the school ve to you such information ss advantages that they will ever get, ve as to the condition of the are we doing our full duty to themI and to suggest and recommend Are we thus fitting them for all of i jslation as to me may seem the duties of an intelligent citizen and proper. shipI State riaces. "You ha...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 21 January 1909

n so and many ,stages er with ch it appears, r cents to cover send you a of the World." Pearl St., N.Y. able ic. Ar Col. T. tspenL a wh now at w ere he wise: Ne I -Reo a well- ble 6-cold -of near Marlton. Col. is a a veal .calf that will give the pounds. ,It was 17 per some hc brought.Aef1." is owned by tle di;wn in these and he hold much more terest. So I imes. More run the rag isingj pleases. ho 6 - Here's to t OMay this yea state May she pas without epid( pa or scourging to adver- o ei i C s of her busine d success in hi tum-- Merits. May eHRe brought turn for evE towens contair - nateril eLery sectioA 1 ~the motbros *lns May it with the joy o ful to the Hea rs.So mote it be. New Year A mighty go pie could m would be 1 most notal ye f the tow; Ich land co-operati< ers are opm ent oftheci ghat the line. weight . The man ~ efromu the money in ogU who .insures I out-of-town as nyprosperous vertises in ou public-spirited and who never They stand to- ho .i ec etsmove to somec .ays ...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 21 January 1909

penings of a Local and Persona Nature. Dr. A. C. Spair, Dentist, wil at Central on January 20tI nd remain four days. 'P P-vvo-t farm. 3( rs. H. A. Richey. uesday was quite a busy ith the c.mmissioners ap g claims. ton has been 91c this week veral bales have been sold price. R SALE-Thoroughbrei Leghorn Eggs from Sil up Winners. $2.00 per 15 J. N. Hallum. A. Bruce, of Greenville in Pickens last week, look "natural as corn bread.' J. Greer, a former citizer berty, but now of Avon Ala., is a visit to rela in the county. ichey returnei -eek from a de er cousin, Mrs. Anderson. arsons returned Friday from a it to relatives ai Laurens. r, who resigned "Big w work. ghs, who re e Easley Bot iJ. A. Shep kens last week es, of "Rock and merly of Pickens, tral, was circu s Pickens friends were delighted son, of Norris. 'th her brother, of Pickesfa Sondley, whc filled th< in th< n church lasi reached two ex -which wer< oyed by sJierers and hunters shoul that J. 0. Brock wil s of furs, suc...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 21 January 1909

ra t-. ent eLeod Bishop ,.Abbe Aiken. , Wil *Samberg. Bates, Barn Christensen, Jr., ey, Pinopolis. Summers*, Cam r Sinkler, Char .Ott, Gaffney. Hardin, Bascom K. Laney, Chester ois Appelt, Man 8- Gri Walterboro. -D. McKeithan, Clair Mucken S. Rainsford*, SJ. Johnson, Ridge Stan S. Gibson, Flor LeGrand G. Walker, &-W. L Mauldin, Green o C. A. C. Waller*, Ij;#tdh-W. S. Smith, Hampton. Woyi*f-D. A. -Spivey*, Conway. -W. R. _Hough, Camden. er Willia Lan H Wharton*, Water 'Relley, Bisbopville. - D. Crosson M. D*., ...:L Rogers, Bennetts 4 JMontgomery, Mar Johnstone*, New. : Ele. Walhalla. ide, Orange nelskey. Columbia *,Saluda. Carlisle, Spar n, Sumter. *nd, Union. L. Bass, Lake -,Sat. Rock Hill. ~ibers of the ves. *Cerwde, Abbe nea Path; J. ey, R. 5m, 0. J. ver, at res ames 'Bryan, 7 Horst, Char sler, Charles - .S. -Hall,- Gaffney; E. GOaifney. e G- . .Be, Chester; S. oXdwn,Cruel J. C. Nun Chesterhd-&M Wells Vaughn, ef.fersoia .W Davall, Cheraw. Clarendon- -0 C. Scarborougn, R;~...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 28 January 1909

S___. SI3NTINI3L - JOS ENTERED APRIL 23, 1903, AT PICKENS, S. C., AS SECOND-CLASS MATTER, UNDER ACT OM CONGRESS Or MARCH 3, 1879. VOL. XXXVIII, ~ PICKENS, S. C., THURSDAY, JANUARY 28, 1909. Ht NIV-1S 1I ORI[F Lems cfl-cr est G: tcred By Wire ard Ceb! ANINGS [F A/. A~ D Ye Items Ccv7rin3 EVCrt3 cf More *r Less Inter.t at Ecm- and Abrcad. G-neral MiLs. who as just re rned from-Eurcpe., spoke of 93-mil2 des, like that taken by the Presi ent ,as nothing and s2id he conid plicate the feat at his age. The famous Spring Hill (etege, e o the (ldest Jesit (-ceT,ges in St"tcs, and weil t:.own P, was destioye( by fire 1ocl.c:.iler has given an 00 tyI Ahv' University . Ir. Rocekef,er's total ion ' to the rniversity a c $24.S0,000 for en1doll:ment er purposes. 3rcokideM Woie MIlIs. Msford, Masachuset ts, burned( on Weduesday, loss e cotten crop for 1903 is now mated at 12,759.GO bales. uA was befi ~ENa h ile Teim., Wednesday. against DunanI D. oper and Fen, Rc!hin. and ex . , John D. Shaip, for ...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 28 January 1909

e to nor of Sdresses ion were Mel. and rrison and address was w members ty and young of e e''nstitu forone single pur respect for, and do so far as I may be memory of our dead hial. Bowen was born *0 Creek, Pickens 1,!oept. 8, 1830. His o Irish and Welsh nt, and came from Vir :and d near the Sa river/n the hill country a, very soon after the of the Ameri- in Revo Tution. R. E. Bowen grew up on his ther'sfarm,getting in the coni mon schools of the day a know. edge of the Efiglisi ianebes, ind learning'surveying from his ather. horseback to -emaind in ear, teach ths, and of the ver the e came ed his ears. tober, Srth a ui dr"Ti which for Mor was their I tiol ii, R. E. cla Confederate "Ili nant in the aregiment. ear 1853 he k of colonel, he serv" . Lear Chat- sco s de his umed AtC And ta is na active part le for the ivilization Nor Puritan:" pointed chair- Nor 1cfommittee to ds perpe- 'Y gs and r negro days 1n e~ eport al- S' And O'er a--mW ge rted T th. e, speaker, Life be er so calle...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 28 January 1909

inst., unt .W. A. Price, of 3, a boy. some first-ciass ReI 0. Vork rey, of Seneca, spent -s in Pickens last siness. NT-Good farm, 3C and open. Apply tc Picken S. C. ived a car each of belisk and Roxam H. A. Richey. gie Cooper, a t-harm lady, of Columbia, is time with her friend, Mauldin, in Pickens. ridge is nursing his f m SIe effects se to a torpedo if. av will soon he a- valrrtines from 11 in n look them PICKENS DRCG CO. E. Robinson has to his room for ith 'oat troa ope to on. n erty. All of. re have ar- trouble. business will used for next Monday. taineni known here, Monda hope him much Roark di s a competent jail, he fi II merit the pat- locking eople of Liberty. Llovd, c< 11. with bur d,a w.ell- Garrett(S nd respected someC tin n- died at the Imornmjg on the 23-d aftgts: ering to a cage was en called dflow d the night thej way to 1i1 - s h cage, found. 1~ eut out de fe~ erin< a r' te cuise aPtd sg .rsi about 5-fe Asso-: weighs ab er posi. friends ha Smay be su co-this pr...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 28 January 1909

-- at ect to Fos P resident Roosevelt, Friday tmans mitted to* Congress the following S bearing on the conservation of our 13 natural resources. I transmit herewith a report of the national conservation commission. to ' ~~gether with the acomp:anying papers. , C~~IS~% This report, which is the outgrowth of the conference of Governors last May, was unanimously approved by the recent joint conference held in this city between the national con ~~a~t~'h servation commission and Goveruois ern of the States, State conservation con nmssions and conservation commit tees of great organizations of citi zens. It is taerefore in a pecuHar sense representative of the whole na o thon and all its parts. The facts set forth in this report onstitute an imperative call to act ZV rE ion. The situation they disclose de ORNIA mands that we, neglecting for a time. if need be, smaller and less vital .iuestions, shall concentraten commit S 8TU tive part of our attention upon the ee great material foundatio...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 4 February 1909

-- _ 3NTEEED APRIL 23, 1903, AT PICKENS, S. C., AS SECOND-CLASN ATTEE UNDER ACT OM CONGRESS OF MARCH 3,1879 VOL. X -VIll, PICKENS, S. C., THURSDAY, FEBBUARY 4, 1909- and were r'~bel SOUTH CAROL News of literest Gleaned f Arranged N ILAMEN'S TRAGEDY. OMcer Stoze and Burglar's Fat2 Fight. IAurens~pecial.-Few tragedie have so shodked the people of th community as the result of a dead): encounter Wednesday night betiweei Patrolman McDuffie Stone and N Frank Walker and an unknown burg lar, whose outfit of tools indicate that he was a safecracker. The un known yeggman lies dead at tho cit: station house and Patrolman oton, died at 6:30 Thur%day afternoon. Thi story of the tragedy as learned fron Mr. Walker and Mr.;Stone is that ii the course ,of their riightlY rounds thi two policemen m'et the througI fright fr4m Spart4nbuig, which ar Arived herq at 2:15' as is their cus to. QuMl ir g the depot Mr Stoe d d one side of thi tman and :-Mr. Walker dowi the other. Seeing a stranger with j litt...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 4 February 1909

c lap pc LziIuld py % mber that J. 0. Brock will wishe" 0 all kinds of furs, such as Bern ti k, otter. opossimll, muskrat, Thompc Cox. Bring in your furs. I buy until April 1, 1909. ,r fii-st-class deltal work o us to Lawrence Roper. O.fie up- n -s over Freemn Co. s store. billAell" i i..-A'soap and Persor. u lp tle proV~ the Pickens a d t craks. -art of the S ssage. It ;... . i t to hold water and s6ading pain in passingit, or bad effects followinguse of li-luor, wine Qr beer, and overco:nes that unpleasant necessity of bcing compelled to go often through the day, and to get up many times during the niht. SwaMp-Root is not reconmenieed for 1+awD everything but if you ave kidney, liver oi bladder trouble, it will bz found just tbe remedy you need. It has been thor o ghly tested in private practice, and has ved so .uccessful that a special ar ,emcut has been made by which all ders of tis paper, who have not c dy tried it, may have a sample bGtle -'ee by mail, also -a book tclin, i a ...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 4 February 1909

.-ui - mber that J. 0. Brock will all kinds of furs, such as .k. otter, opos-mn, muskrat, , fox. Irin in your furs. I buy until Apiril 1, 1909. r fii-st-class- dental worwk Se Lawrence Roper. O.1it IIP-; s ()VCI Freenuan Co.'s store. and Persor.l the Pickens ity pouitry cnoks. r. J. L. Bolt was J)",t o Ler-on, i1oldy, on business. r. E. B. Webb returned to :ens, Mondav afternoon, 1 a, trip to Atlanta. .1). Taylr photographer. be in hi; studi at PiC ens t Tu'-ay. edav was salesdl but e n, doing alongI li A gdd many people e t wn to pay taxes and n1 0 A)1h e basiness. many friends of H. H. will b? sorryv t- learn that ite 4--.e Iiis home in They hope ie may ver and be up again. t artridge has as pretty 1 chickens in the Silver "Nandottcs as one would o see anywhere. Troupe oultry (rank right, and he is off duty all of his! t Spent ii the yard with 1 s. He has fine utility i d villsoon he !e 4tingre 011 thei. .-oo , of Pickens, R. eeding some 'fie Buff th Rocks, and it is a :e and deli...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 4 February 1909

Wonderful Advancei in the Last T Washington, Special.-Tn no see tion of the country, probably has there been more wonderful advance ment in agriculture within the past ten or twelve years than in the South. The belief is expressed by officials "- of the Department of Agriculture at the Southland is bound to take -hat e in agricultural develop inent she m A spirit of re-awakening is coming over the Southern farmer. The agri cultural progress in the South has arked by a material prosperity eruna and such as, perhaps, has never before das a been enjoyed by the farming element of that part of the country. The fi m- p nancial condition of the Southern n. C. planter began to take an upward tendency about 1897, since which time the situation has steadily im o.. proved. The production of cotton al that great staple crop of the South increased 53 per cent., from 1896 to t,'and I 1908, and the value of the crop 133 t ad per ct. The Southern farmer, long na and debt-ridden, has to a marked deg...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 11 February 1909

ENTERED APRIL 23, 1903, AT PICKENS, S. C., AS SECOND-CLABS MATTE UNDEA ACT OM CONGESS OP MARCH 3, 1879. VOL, XXXVIII. PICKENS, S. C.4 THURSDAY, FEBBUARY 11, 1999 of Interest Gleaned Frc Arrarged Fcr U UBLE A:,EA.. q noli Receivers Enter Suit the Southern iA for A ng that the tranisaction was conceir% any consummated in fraud *f right and interests of the stock liclders in the Seminole- Scurities Compa - and that the officers of the Southe Life Insurance Company and its gents in the transaction had knowl of fraud and participated and be efited by it, conspiring and colludi g with the officers and agents of the Seminole Securities Company, and do damage to the irreparable hurt a d injury of the Seminole Se turitie Gemparny, F. G. Thompkin nd o rs as receivers of the Sem inole pany have instituted suit in Ahe -ted States Court here ask Ing th the whole transaction 'be Southet e Seminole Company and the Soule Life Insurance Company be mbu and the Seminole Company u ed the $325.000 paid ...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 11 February 1909

-neys mot, because they do most and should have attention first. Therefore,-when your kidneys are weak or out of order, S, S.Ee. s you can understand how quickly your en tire body is affected and how every organ EBRUARY 11. 190 feems to fail to do its du'y. if you are sick or"" i badlY," begin'. - Ataking the great kidney rcmedy, Dr. L tKilmer's Swamp-Root. A trial will con et uitvince you of its great merit. The .mild and immediate effect of Roosevelt and con- swamp.Root, the great kidney and Calm themselves, put bladder remedy n is soon realized. 'it . _andsth~ehighest because its remarkable and give the country health restoring properties have beeu -el -tosands of the most distress t us. have no more of proveii in thousad ftems ites .hih st moe Pg cases. If you need a medicine you, which set the Zhojd have the best. rs in the clos- 1S4d by drUggSts in Prsdetfifty6cent and one-dol- Um President -Tyler's r sizes. You may on, when John have a sample bottle - sf'm by mail free, also ...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 11 February 1909

*r. Pr I sDRUG CO. 'rappers and hunters should iember that J. O.'Brock will r all kinds of furs, such as Ak. otter, opossum, muskrat, ] n. fox. Bring in your furs. I1 buy until April 1, 1909. or first-class dental work see Lawrence, Fripr. Offie up rs in the Freepn building. )cal Happenings :wen Parsons, son of J. E. ;ons, of Pickens, who had a it attack of pneumonia, is - much better. -Clellap Powell, of Liberty, son of B. P. Powell, who I been seriously sick with .monia, is greatly improved. t the SE.i'INEL-JOURNAL of- I to that Pixt job of pri4WL?I ou, if .ie f'g for rbalni work. C. Ro inson, has just re of thp best I ver brought I nontii ts called to Ay- the bedside mot er, who is critically Is m friends hope for t - edy rec very. t 3. . -D. adows, who re near Libe y is reported se ly ill with neumonia. Her I is hope sh may soon be a. ,ain. E s. E. H. and. child- I Picken, week's c and It asley, t h4 l t Thel in this n Drug o. l enough already coinplete tv conti and stationery, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 11 February 1909

ftz Dyto DW Senator Teller; of Coloraddiod Wednesday addressed the Senaj i' .M- support of Senator Bacon'sa. r4solu Mht ~tion declaring that the Senate has a e. tWCb. right to any information in posses ~the yle was sion of the executive departments, dirde4u . and cited various precedents to sus 9i0 2W tain his contention. He claimed that binsy wap only in exceptional cases is the Pres dead. ident warranted in withholding in Thay saX I e8ld formation and declared that Congress aSNO- bad never failed to respect such ac sbe- tien on the part of the executive '204 when it has been based on considera apt tions of public interest. e* The Senate remained in executive ad session during most of the day con 7 "1 sidering the nomination of Dr. W. D. th Crum, to be collector of customs at a Charleston, S. C., and at 5:27 p. m. adjourned. as bin, -General debate on the agricultural appropriation bill in the House af forded critics and defenders of the ia Department of Agriculture an excel tent f...

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