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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 13 July 1911

Pickens Seninel-Jourel &dvertisiug Rtoes'Reasonable Subscription Price One Dollar a Year In Advance. SINtered at Piokeus Fustoleo as Second Class ] Mail Matter PICKENS, S. C. THURSDAY, JULY 13 1911. AIKEN ON MILL MERGERS. Congressman from 3d District Fears the Farmer Will Suffer-Mill Oper atives Mav be Seriously Affected. WASHINGTON, July 1. Congressman Aiken was seei to-day by a representative of the .Daily Mail and asked for an ex pression of opinion on the cotton 'mill mergers being organized in South Carolina, and said: "This (Iuestion has been pre seinted 10) me from various stand points and on several occasions. Prilarily, I may say, that so long as the uills merged are con fined to at siigle state, and so long as tlle merger is hot of such Tiiiaginitude 1 as to (constiltu e a 1110 !(' iolY. Collgress iaY not ilter fere. Oigress, ill lilY judg *ill'lit coulI ilitel'ore (1111V where fite iiei rger '1' etI' Ilit'r-state CI1t1111Ci0 iltiVi'rS4'lV. As L 1in derst and it ,ti' e...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 13 July 1911

Pickens Son6inl-Journal LOCAL BREYITIES Some Thlng !ou Know and Some You Don: Know About Our Towns, County & People -So far Judge Newbery has i:3sued three marriage licenses. -Dr. L. 0. Mauldin and wife, of Greenville, spent last week with relatives in Pickens. -There will begin at Enon next Sunday a protracted meet .ng, conducted by the pastor. -The Bethlehem school will 3tart up Monday, 17th inst., with Miss Mary Gantt as teacher. -There will be an all-day singing at Bethlehem church next Sunday. All lovers of good iuttsic are urged to come. -Rev. 1). W. Hiott wvill begin .1 series of lleetings at Norris n the fourth Sunday. He will .)e assisted by an able divile. -Mtiss M1iary Lewis gave ain .m joyble lawni par-ty Wednies .lay night in honor .f her coll Miss I Lighes, Rich land, 3. (i. --he local showers that have fallen in the past few days have refreslied crops and (aused a SMile to illiinje the face of many a farmer. Mr. and Mrs. Edvar Haiks -Ili and Mrs. D). ('. Brsa )f L...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 13 July 1911

ocial Many Little 1iintq That Will be ProblemS Found Valuable By ELIZABETH BIDDLE EN, because of the exactions of their business, are allowed to pay their social calls on Sunday afternoons and during the evenings of the week. No man calls upon a woman except at her invitation, miiuless he has previously sent her a letter of introduction. lie pays his first call preferably on her formal receivilg day, lod if Ie is unable to command the leisure for an afternoon call he may ignore fashion and call in the eveninug, about iiin 0'clock. In making a call a man usually leaves his overcoat, stiel< 'r iinnbrella, lat aid gloves in the hall before entering the drawing room, lie may, if Ie chooses, carry his hat and stick into the room at a first or formal call, if it is to be very brief. Ile should put his card on the hall table or on the tray offered him '-y the servaitt who opens the door. lie shoul always remove the rigit glove before lie otTers his hand t t histess. t2The hostess, of co...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 13 July 1911

An Artist a BY CARL (Copyright, 1911, by Ass It was known to the Shefflields, the Durhams, the Chattertons and all other country families for five miles, around that the little farm known as Roselands had been sold to some one in t'he city, but the name of the buyer had not transpired. Roselands had been owned and occupied by an old recluse for years. ils hobby was growing roses, but lie would never sell or give one away. They simply budded, bloomed and faded. On two occasions Miss May Shef Itld, who was by all odds the best looking young woman who drove past Roselands had stopped and tried to melt the old man's heart, but it wias in vain. Had she been red-headred and cross-eyed, and had a big mouth and a nose tiller up it the end, he could not have been more surly with her. Neither praise, flattery, smiles or cash would Mielt him. Red roses pink roses - white roses - roses enough for a duke's wedding, and yet the passersby could not have one of them. When it was known for certain t...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 13 July 1911

Valuable Land For Sale 7-room house, 0 fire placer, house l." ished all over, largo barn, cribl. andl wood house, etc., all kinds of fr" A(s allol berries on lot and one of tie aest wells of water in town. 5 minutes walk to the depot or up town; lot 150 x 2(,0 ft. 2. 2 lots on Hampton aive. These lots lie well and are nice building lots. 8. 2 lots on Lewis stret. Thee atre good lots and cheap too. r 4. 1 lot, 8 tenant hou. es. Hoom for 3 more houses on saeno lot. Brins good t; interest on $1,200. See how cheap you t can buy this. 5. 2-story and basentent brick build. e ing en Main street. See this if you want a good business stand 6. About 400 acres of land. 1 1-2 miles West of Pickens. Two Public roads through this place. This land lies on s the East side of Twelve Mile River, both sides of Town Creek. On this place is 4 good settlements,''enant Houses, Barns, I. Cotton Houses, and necessary out-build inigs. Good orchards of select fruit, 5 good wells, 8 good siprings. free stone '...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 20 July 1911

PI KENS SENTINEL JOU Entered April 23, 1903 at Pickens, m. Oi. am seconld Cass "nail n11atter. under act of'Consgreos of' Yureh 3, 1879 41s Year PICKENS. S. C., JUL1 20, 1911. Nunbek 8 Wofford Gollege sH SA real college with high stai acter. Excellent equipmen - ilons. Expenses moderate. dents. FP4ity-eighth s ber 2 90th, Write for ca Wofford.College Fitti Spartanaurg A High-grade preparatory S Individual attention. $155 s3ession 2feptember: A. M) FREE C The below coupon, when pr< kd by the amount in cash ind 1-r Hallurn's Backache and < kremedy for the ills which they COUPON, G( i'Nane...-. ....... Address. ........ Cou'pon andl 25C 1 1-5 4 If to be sent by mail add Mail orders given same oany other line ofgoods handle Ing in person. Picker s 'Tom f~vrrow" is th anguage. p6's a cleat. morrow. 1y not live t( Hevn inle mulsic, o classic con, ,rand harmiC I without del and see us at ictor right aloI We will area .,l is to Suit youl. wishedMWlim come to with the, Genil The e Six ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 20 July 1911

Fellow Work orse Laborers Is Much Like LabrerS Office Girl By MAUD HEALY UT THERE in the street is a'horse that looks just like I feel. Q Do not imagine that he is a carriage horse, champing the bit and pawing the ground, or a saddle horse ready for a trot, for he is neither. le is a meek, subdued beast of burden, attached to a wagon filled with broken limestone. A laborer is stand ing thereon hurling the rocks to the street. The horse mean while waits, unmoved, unmovable. When the wagon is unloaded the laborer will gather up the loose reins and drive slowly to the barns. A bag of oats. a manger full of hay, and a bed of straw in a narrow stall i the reward of the dray horse's labor. The morrow will be like today. He will haul the stones, and wait to be driven home and rest. le is part of a system like myself. Ile dares not have an individuality or a personal por. pose. Of what use for him to shake the heavy yoke from his neck and gallop down the street. Even were it l)ossible to ga...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 20 July 1911

PART - 'By ANNIE (Copyright. i:9:. by Ass "Our partnership must end." The girl spoke decisively. "I don't see the reason," objected the man. "We have been writing together very successfully for several weeks," she explained. "But we have reached a point in our work where each one can do better alone. If we stay to gether our influence on each other will be a real detriment to success. My work will take on the quality of yours; yours will become like mine. Our talents will develop if we work separately." In spite of the hurt In his eyes Gra ham Ford's lips twitched. "Perhaps I seem ungrateful." Nor ma Atwood went on. "I am really your protege rather than your part ner. I caie to the city with the in tention of devoting my life to newspa per and magazine work. All my ar ticles and stories were refused. When I met you I was utterly discouraged. I told you my dificulties. You read my stuff, showed me how to alter it into salable matter and introduced Ine to editors. Success came Immedi ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 20 July 1911

Pickons Sentinel-Joui'el kdvortiaing R'tea Resaonable Subscription Price One iollar a Year In Advance. uered I% Pickens rveletomiee '44 Secoun Clamee PICKENS, S. C.: THURSDAY. JULY 20 1911. A short, sermon on a Sunday I in the summertime is a thing of joy forever. The indolent granger is now kicking because the rain brought the grass also. In point of number of stu dents, Columbia leads the list of American institutions, with 7,463. New York safe-crackers are dodging the thumb-print scheme by wearing kid gc-loves while at work. Suth Carolinga' has over 13. 000I.inO aCres if: artill lIild and 5 I w . -l il nIt - n 1 Ili ll I 11'' ''G a iN- l vl' i I t l l i 1 W 1 ' i h l e tt I. ~ i lC i f - In i t, 1 ' li l 11 ' -1 iliei (. Vt l~ia!1CC CI' Il ' N N -. t . l el ' l'-l l l te il L' . I -w Ca;pb- in hOe.b tt . l.il, bronw-slt zer king IW h is imm- riet] glin. wit ill lh t it ta .s )n t 1)V t ll!'': 1 - e 1kh . d ..< -\nleson \lail. inll ames Adolph Cod. t\ qr alll d hre nis rld. M'....

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 20 July 1911

Pickoli Sounnel-Joarna LOCAL BREITIES Some Tbingd You Know and Some You Don't Know About Our Towns, County & People -Lot of tne Berkshire pig for sale. G. A. ELLIS. -Mrs. Wylie Miller, of New nan, Ga., is spending a few dayi with her sister, Mrs. T. M. Bol ding. Postmaster Harris and tw< children, of Charleston, are or a visit to Congressman Legar< and family. --Mrs. Shannon Morrison, o Columbia, is spending a tim with her daughter, Mrs. J. T RitcheV, in Pickens. -Miss Esther Gravley, ol Pickens, R. 3, is on an extendet visit to her sister, Mrs. Pau iigon, of Elberton, Ga. -Mrs. Christine Morrison an( two children, of Columbia, ar visiting her sister-in-law, Mrs J. T. Richey, in Pickens. Pos'rs W ANTI)-Black locust or cedar posts, nieasu ring niches of heart at the butt, 1 ft. long. W. W. Vow'n.(ll R. 1' Easley, S. C. -Prof. 1L1awrence Mlurphy wil opel a 1o-day singing schiool a Concord church, coinniencin Monday, July 24. Everyb1,od invited. -ll, John Christopher, book ke...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 20 July 1911

SENTINEL JOUNAL PUBLISHED W EErY. PICKENS, SOUTH CAROLINA. Sunday fun too often ends in a fu aeral. Properly muzzled ogs are bitig very few persons this season. In the case of a hot wave it Is pleas ant to speed the parting guest. To be certain of finding buried treas ure, dig in your vegetable garden. The pistol In the house generally gets somebody into trouble sooner or later. Fathers. teach your boys how to swim-if you have to learn first your selves. Persons who don't like to have their pictures taken usually show it in the photograph. A large per cent. of the marriages turn out happier than the gossips iu agine they will. There's another advantage that ac crues to a higlibrow-his straw hat stays on in 4 gale. The pitch for tuning pianos has been increased from 435 to 438 v'lbra tions. More misery. Porch sleeping is regaIning popu larity. It is all right until the early milk man begins to arrive. One mad dog can cause more ex ciltinent in a community than a thou sand that are sa...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 20 July 1911

A, 'N Til IICj01 |BLIGHTED BY THE THAW CASE The fecent conviction and senteno ing to state prison of Dan O'Reilly for his participation in a theft dommitted in New York serve to draw attention to the remarkable series of misfor tunes attending various persons con nected.with the Thaw case. O'Reilly was one of the lawyers on the Thaw side and has never had a day's luck since he was mixed up in it.' While the crime for which he has been sen tenced and which disbars him as a lawyer had nothing to do with the case of Thaw, many believe that it was the nemesis of the White tragedy which worked his undoing. So far the lives of thirteen persons mixed up one way or another in the case have been blighted. Of the other lawyers besides O'Reil ly who figured in the case Clifford W. i\, ~ Hartridge is facing disbarment pro ceedings growing out of statements made in connection with it. He had to sue Mrs. Thaw, mother of Harry Thaw, for his fees and a bill of particulars was demanded. In furnishin...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 20 July 1911

Valuable Land For Sale 7-Ioom house, 0 fire places, house tie. ished all over, large barn, crib .and wood house, eto., all kinds of fr-..ts and berries on lot and one of the est wells of water in town. 5 mnilutes walk to the depot or up town; lot 150 x 200 ft. 2. 2 lots on Hampton ave. These lots lie well and are nice building lots. 3. 2 lots on Lewis street. These are good lots and cheap too. 4. 1 lot, 8 tenant houes. Room for 3 more houses on name lot. BrinKs good interest on $1,200. See how Cheap you can buy this. 5. 2-story and basement brick build. Ing on Main street. See this if you want a good busineas stand. 6. About 400 acres of land, 1 1-2 miles Vest of Pickens. 'l'wo Public roads through this place. This land lies on the East side of Twelve Mile River, both sides of Town Creek. On this place is 4 good settlements, T1enant IHouses, Barns, Cotton Houses, and necessary out-build ings. Good orchards of select fruit, 5 good wells, 8 good springs, free stone water. Bermuda past...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 27 July 1911

PiLKENS SENTINEL =JOUN. Eastercul April 2:3. 1'J03 .!j~ilesm . (-. U-4 feusIamila406 paliil naas t fOf1,1ch 3 18 0 -4-- ----- Ir, e t st le t o ' s tre'es a ol' 3 n -eli 1, I S7". '1st Yem' PIGKE4NS. S. 0. JUL1 /111.Alnlyy Spar Wofford College HE A fral colleg e with high stati I ctev. E141xcellentt eoquipnient. honls- Expenses nioder-ate. dent .UFi'ty v,4ixhtbe1 J. Wofford College Fittin Spartaiiaurg S( Individul -Ittenitionl. 5 A. MAS It's too 1ot t( hut. This i NCES T YOU I EVER E IS SERV I ;\( hOw fi sn .1 ;iv titIl \itll(411t m+41) m w)114 ill '1110~ 84'4' li11 ")l144 volP hme. We w~ill trrnmi10 iEO W EE)Iit. to -Ii( P()I. john N Wilams lt.u ge I.sa her. A Certain Cou\trv Town. 1 A o lnius, th(4 a. i 1(Nl ri1ti .; Iave theni, 'ithMOut ho (oullt.V-set. i \0ion r t 11n11 thel paynwnts to uit y- n. ((ISlitlJ1(41 41 Wi)48t1l lms (11 ts e~ss.'xce r e ille l2.000 4114 p ih laoiOn, s 1 in t 11 he"' inlsk fr1i (Ihe( n rt 1(1 1 e1it v and15 dep1'1ds b hi "41 ( en'(tIire Ilvt npon 'he )4...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 27 July 1911

SENTINEL- JOURNAL IUBTASHED WEEKLY. PICKENS, SOUTH CAROLINA. The excursion girl is now looking r besL Let us all keep busy hoping there ii ay be no buttermilk famine. No flies should be permitted any bere except at the end of a fishing 10. Appearances are deceiving, espe ally when one buys a box of straw I-'rries. Likewise it is a good idea to keep .3's fingers out of the vicinity of the lectric fan. A Newark man suffering from a 1thache committed suicide. He cured -o toothache. All knockers are disliked except ose who stand up to send the cork ntered ball over the fence. New York's 7.000 beggars collect. lch year $15,000,000, and this sum. 1s. represents miiisplace(d sympathy. The geological survey says that the 'rth is being worn away by erosions. unid any inI your gardens, amateurs? A million-dollar house with a $25. ) suite of rooms to )lay in has been I lt for a little New York boy. Poor idle! Chicagoans keep their jewels in odd ices, says the manager of a safety posit company....

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 27 July 1911

IN WOULD CURB SI C terrupted by the plaudits of his colleal As the member warmed up, the house i to be called into play to describe just gentleman. The applause, it appears, "tumultuous," "on both sides" and "ins A scrutiny of the official reporter house was in a state of frenzied approvi flow his burning eloquence. Mr. Mann has served in six congres from the first Chicago district and later Illinois and a lawyer by profession. CHURCH HEAD Recently President Smith, head of the Mormon church, gave testimony before the congressional committee in vestigating the sugar trust relative to the formation of the Utah-Idaho Sugar company. For the head of a strong church society, he has found time to devote to affairs of purely secular character. President Smith has reached his present high stage of efficiency by sedulous attention to business. At 8 years old he wielded a goad over an ox team when the great exodus of the Mormon sect from Illinois began. He worked at manual labor in Utah; he wa...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 27 July 1911

Pickens SentinelJournl *Ivertisiintz R.-p Rasoab Subsri pt.1IIloll l'rfe. One4 D0111ar at Yusir lIn Advallwo. IL stIr ePosens reotomiee as secendi k I I aI il teri NlCh E14NS, S.C I*I I i I %v I11 I v 11 e Or. I- i il 11. , ll.. f - 1I 111. - , \ VW the b bIll IV ) ,11 C lli Tni' jA h - 'Ils'. Ol1 1V Ta l iw , and (.m i -I11' 1i Il-f li. \ n i I \lhe .-11 ,*l 1 (Imi i vi j l i tt il-l an lnb I v* vilhb. 11 114 *l11, 1111 tvi ll (. I i t-4 , 1 L bI.~lii! 1 lIb it' w b I ~ " lie miiiitaiis. W ill-b fltl tob task I'm. I III'rtit-le. 11.ll\ Ig It - s (nt itbil n it t :hat ih. a 1ua. W4.l'Si ' tO bUl LS tll 8. r irgea If ti ill l''tillS \\ t' . ilib littl 1 II 8 (llk <hiiall ibhe llbIpit'- l. an lt'ilt' tu ti bbs .Vlmib-k. us, ont h CITaFbllleS ''aoselk, :n bi-. fones wfit Vth lah I' 11-hn chants Iilli'k'n li. l > ila fii ti- i '-' f r tal lya r iilell~iigI- heb 'III ie' brd lel' b 1hb llitt 'b') i its bitib wilil '11 t i~ls propt u<-bl, li V.' )) If1ji? ill i 'vlillbt f A1 ll b...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 27 July 1911

Piokos Sontinol-Jourual LO,0AL BREVITIES Some Thing You Kow and Some You Don-t Know About Our Towns, County & People -Aliss I uniai TavI, O r is- v isit - Matr bonie Tlhorniey i1o11 Vsit ho rlat ives in Wa.111inill. -Arthlur Steophens, wh-Io lws !,. 1 quIit[v ill wvii typhloid fever 9 inIpro)ving.( -Mrs. J. 'T. Taylor has re nined from a visit to relatives < G, ainesville, ("a. -Mrs. Ernest Folger spentsev n"lI days of last week in (aines- I ille, Ga., with relatives,. -Mlr. and Mrs. R. A. BownVI V pent Monday at the home of Ir. Wm. Ellis, neNr Ijaslev. -MNIiss Mauldin, of1Ader nis spending a while withl rI frienld, Miss Kileanor K n ight. -Mis-ses Nell Bevaml and %oa -anlkinlof Greenolvilloe,spent1- S-"l day lite. the gue'sts of Mrys. J. NIiS s hon-eno Boweli at lndedthe \'Woun''s \lissioni-arv (iferen1e 11 *iWhich convellwd a E;IsleY. J IIlY 20- -21. --Jinige 10. T. farwho) ha- beenlgq spendi'. I ld in. inl Pikens. h-ft for his hon-k ' in .\ r. ;I9 I ld rs-,. \\. G ltr l0 t...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 27 July 1911

HER ONLY By M. (Copyright. ?95. by "What I particularly admire aboi Isabelle Ivan is her perfect poise, remarked Allen Linthrop to Dort Ha: land, his special crony. "In all th months of our acquaintance I hay never seen any exhibition of 'nerves And I have been with her when mouse, a cow, a snake and a heav thunderstorm appeared on the scene not all at once, of course, but upo four separate occasions. She was no in the least rufled by one of then1 bit retained her usual calm." Ills friend was becoming accustomet to these eulogies of the young wonmat mtivll lonled, and answered good hmitioredly: "In fact you begin to think that al last you have found the perfeel woman, and I suppose the next stel is to discover if she will not changt her linal initial from I to L." "it would be the best step I evel took in my life if 1 could win he: consint to that change," declared A] len with deelsion. 'llut suppose you should discove: that thero really does exist somethini of which Miss Ivan is af...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 27 July 1911

Truth Highest Ideals of Honesty Received Lovers From Mother By ISABELLE HATCH O'NEILL F "women are poets who believe their own poetry"-.-and fe will be inclined to quarrel with that definition-does it n( follow that a woman, thoroughly convinced that what she saying is the truth, even though man by his logic proves it. be false, cannot be called untruthful? A woman is guided to truth largely by her intuition; man by his logic. To woman the modern world is a neN strange thing. She grasps neither the meaning nor the nece sity of law, business, philosophy, politics, mathematics. 'I her logic is only a naine-a man's way of looking at thing In her own mind woman envelops her acts in a bright ilnd ideal atmo here, and thus often sees a high motive in what a int would call di onorable. It has often been assertcd that on the witness stand a woman wi lore lightly commit perjury than a man. This, however, does not pro :1at she is dishonest. It' only shows that a trained lawyer is more clov -I...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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