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ost Wear a. Truss Any Longer.
After Thirty Years' Experience I Have Produced An Appliance for Men, Women
and Children Thai Actually Cures Rupture.
If you have tried most everything
else, come to me. Whore others fail la
whore I have my greatest suowss.
tend attached coupon today and I will
nond you free my tllURtrnted book on
liupture and Its cure, bIiowIiik my Ap
pliance and giving you prices and
names of many people who have tried
It and were cured. It ia Instant relief
when all others fail. Itemember, I
Use no calves, no harness, no lies.
I Bend on trial to prove what I say
Is true. You uro the JuiIko and once
having seen my Illustrated book and
read it you will be us enthusiastic as
ny hundreds o patients whose letters
you can also read. Kill out free cou
pon below and mail today. It's well
worth your time whether you try my
Appliance or not.
Mr. C. R Brooks,
Perhaps, it will Interest you to know
that I have been ruptured six years
and ave always had trouble with it
till 1 got your Appliance. It is very
etsy"'to wear, fits neat and snuK, and
is nflt In the way at any time, day or
nlptit. In fact, at times 1 did not know
I iad It on; it just adapted Itself to
tflt shape of the body and seemed to
ke C part of the body, as it clung to
thespot, no matter what position I
wasn. . . .
It would be a veritable God-send to
the jinfortunato who suffer from rup
twffHf all could procure the Brooks
Rmjnure Appllanco und wear it. They
w"Sid certainly never regret tt.
Hy rupture is now all healed tip ana
tfcJnR ever did it but your Appliance.
WMfcover the onnortunltv presents It-
Bi'I will say a good word for your
Appliance, and nlso the honorable way
ia which you deal with, ruptured peo
ple.'' It is a pleasure to recommend a
It.oll thins among your friends or
strangers. I am.
Tours very sincerely,
JAMES A BKITTOIl,
SO Spring St, Bethlthem, Ta.
Commerce, da., R. P. D. No. 11.
Mr. C. E. Brooks,
Dear Sir: I am glad to tell you that
I am now sound and well ami can
plough or do any heavy work. I can
sa-y your Appliance hna efteoted a "per
manent cure. Before Renins your Ap
pliance I was In a terrible condition
and had erlven un all hope of ever he-
inff any better. If it hadn't been for
vour Appliance I would never have
teen cured. I am Bix-ty-elcht yearn old
Mr, and Mrs. John and Roy Cren
otafw. Mr. Henry Saunders has
moved to McDowell. Well, leap year
is gone. Wonder who is sorry. Mr.
Ptte Bass says four more years Is
awfully long for old maids to wait.
Tho Hardin and La Ruo Counties
Teachers' Association met for the
eeoond time this year at Cecelia, Ky.,
Saturday morning, January 21st,
1J17. President F. A. Smith called,
the hose to order at 10:15 a. m.
Song by the Association, after which
Bro. Richard Cecil invoked God's
Wesslng upon us. The welcome ad
4reSs was very mpressively delivered
by Miss J. E. Board find very heart!-
ure, inu the latest
Bty le, wouldyouba
T-'ling libkeepand wear
It, show it to your
friends and let them
eee our beautiful sam
ples and dashing new
Could you use $3.03 a day
for a little spare lime?
Perhaps I can offer yoa a
Steady job. If you will writo
me a letter or a postal at
onceand say: "Sendmc your
KVttfal offer," I will eend you
camples and styles to pick
from and my surprising
liberal offer. Address,
L E. ASH'-K, President
Banner Tallorhg Cc,
SOONER OR LATER EVERY
CHURCH WILL HAVE A
There is a glass frjr each com
municant. Tell us how many
you have to commune and we
will make up an estimate vof
the cost of a set for you.
WRITE, SENDING A TWO-CENT STAMP FOR DEP. Y 10
National Baptist Publishing Board
R. H. BOYD, 8mnUit
523 Second Avenue, Null, IMMMltf. T
e Rupture C
n TfcSal T Prove It
V ' if)-'' -
hH ' ' -
Te above ii C. E. Brooks, inventor of the Appliance, who cured himself
and who U now giving others the benefit of hu experience.
If ruptured, write him today, at Marshall, Mich.
and served three years in Ecklc's Ar
tillery, OKletnorpe Co. I hope, (iod will
reward you for tho pood you aro doing
rr sMffe'lnfr humanity.
II. D. BANKS.
Others Failed But
the Appliance Cured
air. C. V.. nrooka.
Your Appliance did all you claim
for the iiuie boy and more, for i(
eured him sound and well. We let
him wear it lor about a year in nil,
although it c;;red him 3 monlhn after
lie had ockuu to wear it. Wo had
tried several other remedies and liot
no relief, and I siiull certainly recom
mend it to friends, for we surely owe
u to you. lours renpeetiviiv,
To. 71" . Main fc't., Akron, O.
ly responded- to by Mies L. Radley.
This meeting was the most largely
attended meeting held for several
yeara and seemed to have been en
joyable for both teachers and pa-
I trons. Miss Hallie G. Haynes, oiio
of pur county teachers, leaves Mon
day for her home at Hiilsboro, Illi
nois. Born to Mrs. Beatrice Taylor,
a nine pound baby girl. The new
comer arrived at 3 o'clock Saturday,
p. m. Mother and baby are doinj;
well. The following are on the sick
list this week: Mr. Ceo. W. Smith,
Mrs. Sarah Meadows, Mrs. Delia
Martin, Mrs. Mary McCall, Mr.
Clarence Meadows and Mrs. America
Churchill. Mr. Roachell Phillips of
Nolin is gradually improving afte:
1 eing ill for several days. The peo
ple of Nolin have been somewhat de
spondent on account of not having
fuel for sometime. The Nolin Mill
ing km., has looked lorward to tne
arrival of a car of coal Friday after
noon they were rclased from their
burdens when a car of ccal was left
on the switch, the people of tlie
town came flocking like bees aroun;l
a hive. Rev. E. W. Hampton of
Bowling Green filled his pulpit at
Sonora Sunday. Five students of
Elizabothtown public school took tho
County" school examination Friday
and Saturday for common school
diplomas. Prof. J. II. Moberly of.
Richmond Ky., principal of the above
school is doing a good work.
The people of Cornorsville were
indeed glad to have witli them Sun
day night, January 2Sth, Dr. W. II.
Porter, the presiding elder. Dr.
Porter preached a spiritual sermon,
taking for his subject "The Lord is .
my shepherd, I shall not. want."
There was -a very
in spita of the bad
Miss Adoan Burgess had lo under
go an operation Monday, January
29th. Miss Burgess is a' daughter oi
Mr. and Mrs. Tagg Burgess nnd a
member of Mrs. W. L. Penson's
choir. Mrs. Penson, together with
her choir girls, hope that this dear
girl will uudergo her operation with
success. Mrs. Brown D. London
after a short spell of illno?s, Is again
on foot. Mr. and Mrs. John Brown
of Diana, cpent Sunday and Sunday
i.ight with Mrs. Brown's parento.
Mr. and Mrs. Brown D. London.
Mrs. Son Fitzpa trick was operated
on a few days ago and 'at this writ
ing is doing nicely. Mrs. Dose Tay
lor and Mrs. Henry Marsh were
called , to Columbia to see their
Auntie, Mrs. Sis Turner who Is very
When in want of something to
read ring 498 and got the Nashville
Miss Annie Mai Vaughn of Hop
kinsville was the pleasant guest of
Mrs. Lillian McKenny on 13th street.
Mr. Robert Spiveyand wife of Ful
ton, visflted relatives in Mayfleld
Sunday. Mr. George Orr has gone
t o Chicago on a visit. Little Nathaniel
Andrews is confined to his bed with
Aeuto Bronchitis. Mi'sr Sadie Beadle?
of this city wo has been traveling
with the Freeman Chatauqua Co.,
has returned home and is confined
to her bed with a bad spell of
Tonsil itfa. Madam Pearl H. Roweletl
Mathars. a renowned solloist, la able
to be out with friends again, after
a brief illness. Rev. Harris of
Union City, was here visiting friends
last week. The young, people- regret
very much to see M'ss Lida Duglaae
leave. She Is a lovely and admirable
I send mv Appliance on trial to prove
what I sav is true. You arc to be
the Judce. ' Fill out free coupon below
and mail today.
fts. C. E. BROOKS,
455 Stats St., Marshall, Kich.
Please srna me by mail in plain wrapper your illustrated book and full information
about your Appliance for the cure cf rnpture.
young lady, and is now making her
homo with Ber father in Nashville,
Tenn. She was accompanied by Miss
Dcssio Mercer. Miss Katie, tho
younger daughter of Rev. and Mrs.
I. McFarland is confined to her
The Willing Workers Club met at
tlie home of Mrs. Rache! Tidwell in
Kast Dickson last Tuesday night.
They report a good meeting, fifteen
members being present. After e.acii
member had contributed, an ice
(.curse was served. Presiding Elder
Pickett of tlie Dickson District held
Lis quarterly meeting Sunday. Jlis
text at 11 o'clock was, "Jesus re
(meats yen to follow, him." The ser
mon delivered with power and en
joyed by all. Mr. and Mrs. J. A.
Dunn spent Sunday at Kingston
i;rin!?s, the guest of their parents.
Mr. J. A. Knight left Saturday night
for Pueblo, Colo. Mr..I. L. Bowdcn
made a flying trip to Nashville Sat -
urday. Mr. Elo xBeak is
sick list. MVs. Sarah Posey
has re -
tie Rome who has been on the sick
list for several months is improving ; and his accomplished wife of Detro- ' rr- r,nr r r.nnnr r
Mrs. Ann Perkins is very ill. The ! it. Mich. The revival at St. Paul DOODLE. DOODLE, DOODLL.
revival that has been in progress for 1 will begin February 2i and is lo be j When the editor was a bey ho spen'
the last two weeks closed Sunday : tenducted by Dr. A. A. V. Hill f much of liis time anmsing himself
night at Bowman's Chapel M. E. -Louisville, Ky. St. Paul it talking on hy calling to the surface a little in
Church. It was a record breaker ! new life under the administration o!' I peet common'y known to his boyhood
for Dickson. From three to five was J Dr. J. Q. Johnson, who lias inspired life as doodle. Strange as it is
the usual number that accepted ! new life into every department of ' thought, this little insect that had
Christ here to fare. D: S. R. Skel-jlho work of the church. Mr. Nelson i ma do its habitation in tho sand, and
ton, president of the lnterdenomiim-
tlonal Evangelical Bureau of ' the
United States of America, came to
(lile rHT nit unllico nH rr tio irAiin,!
i .,. with Rnow 6nn(,
r, tnst mnn of tll(J x p ,B
rf ninV!!n n. V,tnn ,iti, tL na.
sistance of Rev. F. N. Collier, pastor
of the above named church, .preached
with so much power that the people
turned out far and near to hear the
man of God as ho delivered the God
cat message. And through his ef
forts seventeen souls wore converted.
Tlie meeting closed Sunday night.
There were several ministers- pres
ent, among whom were Dr. L. W.
Chandler, D. D., Rev. A. W. White,
a brother of tho Oregon Conference
n' the M. E. Church, nlso an ex-
president of one of the colleges on
"e cnurcn. ur. unannier expressed
Mmseif to the pastor in regard to
the preacher by saying few men
cmld handle the Bible as our good
Brother Skelton. The congregation
was carried off with tho. ability and
eloquence of the . speaker. The mem
' cri of the church and also the peo
ple as a whole wanted the brother to
st yaanother week, out bo'ng crowd
ed with dates he left with the prom
ise that be could return at a later
date. And any pastor will do well
to get the servlces-of this brother in
In the last Issue of the Globe Mrs.
Pearl Boon, whose residence was de
stroyed bv fire January 20th, Is the
wife of Rev. S. B. Boon of the Shel
byville Circuit of the Tennessee Con
ference of the M. H. Church and sin
is a member of Bowman Chapel M.
Snndav. Rev. A. W. lewis, pastor
of St. James A. M. E. Church; Rev.
S. . M. Wright, pastor of the First
VoTit.'gr Church, and Rev. F. N. Col
lier of the M. E. Church asked their
members to make Sunday a church
going dav nt all the pervices. Rev.
S. M Strayhorn, D. D.. ras'or of
F'evenfh ' Avenue M. E. Church.
Nashville. Grand Master) of the Ma
sons of the State of Tennessee, will
Ten Reasons WI13
You Should Send For Brooks
1. It is absolutely the only Appli
ance of the kind on the market today,
and in it are embodied the principles
that inventors have Bought after for
2. The Appliances for retaining the
rupture cannot bo thrown out of posi
tion. 3. Being an air cushion of soft rub
ber it clings closely to the body, yet
never blisters or cuuhcs Irritation.
4. Unlike the ordinary so-called
pads, used in other trusses, it is not
cumbersome or ungainly.
5. It is mail, soft nnd pliable, ami
positively cannot be detected through
6. The soft, pliable bands holding
the Apnlianec do not give one the un
pleasant sensation of wearing a. nar
7. There Is nothing about. It to gel
foul, and when it becomes soiled it
can be washed without injuring it In
8. There are no metal springs In
the Appliance to torture one by cut
ting and bruising the llcsh.
9. All of tho material of which the
Appliances are made Is of tho very
best that money can buy, making it a
durable and safe Appliance to wear.
10. Mv reputation for honesty and
fair dealing Is so thoroughly estab
lished by an experience of over thirty
years of dealing with the public, and
my prices are so reasonable, my terms
so fair, that there certainly should be
no hesitancy In sending free coupon today.
Child Cured in Four Months
ai Jansen St , IHihuque, Iowa.
Mr.O. K. llrooka. Mursliall, Mleli.
Dear Sir: Tho baby's rupture I
altOKether cured, thanks to your Ap
pliance, and we are ho thankful to you.
If we could only have known of ii
sooner, our llttlo boy would not have
had to suffer near as much as he did.
lie wore your brace a little over four
months. Yours ve-y truly
ANDHEW K M 5 K S B K Ufi K U.
lecture -to the Masons at the Union
Hall Monday-evening, Feb. 5, 1917.
Dr. L. W. Chandler will preach at
the M. E. Church feMiUay at 11 a. m
Tlie leading Star Club of St. Taul
A. M. E. Church was entertained
tli is week by Mis. Jennie Johnson at
tlie home ol Mr. and Mrs. liobt. Nich
olson, North High street, in this city.
Mrs. Annie May Bradford, of Glenn
School of East Nashville was present
i.nd assisted her mother, .Mrs. John
ton, iu the entertainment. This club
is one of tho most progressive organ
izations iu tho city and holds week
ly meetings. There wore more than
;:( present at this meeting. .Mrs. No
lield, piusidoiitj Miss Pearlie
secretary; Mesdames Celia
WinsrfieUL 'Jackson. Jonns. Gertrude
Krierson, Isabella llogue, Mrs. Mattie I taken for cr nlcsfcd as to her and
Morton Davis, Drs. L. 11. Gilmore I Pet (r liearinc ex parte. It is Ihcro
iuid C. K. Jones, Messrs. W. M. Br.v-! ore ordered that a copy of this or
ant. J. II. Sluten. T. A. . Wingefil 1, ! (ipr i,p miblished for four weeks in
j ,uino;wu McCarroll, I'M Collins,
; Saul Blair, E. O. Brown, Mrs. On
i Harbison and Miss l.eroy Ross. The
1 Board last week served rciroshnients
i mont given bv Mr. A. M. Greenlaw
shoppurd, ayed W) years, died at his
hiuiio several miles in the country,
His deatli moved from the coinmuni
ty a highly respected citizen and
I rem the church one of the oldest
members. 1 1 o profossed a hope in
Christ and joined St. Paul A. M. E.
Church (luring Rev. S. I.. Howard's
administration. His funeral was at
tended at the residence by Rev.
"i i-foi crs'io. lie leaves a large
family of childf'eii, grandchildren when the bosses of Arkansas want to men of-color possibly is farther reacli
,.i:u (,reai grandcnilili en and many I nmuse themselves and have semiring than that of tho other race be-
ther relatives and friends to mourn j mischievous work done, they call out i cause us prolessional people, we are
fi'pir Ins'i. Mr. .Tamos Moss is quity j noodle. Doodle, Poodle, and up just gctt'iig upon our feet, and any
sick at the home of his parents on ' conl(,s cimming a whole ?ang of 1r-j rorioiis blunder by .my of our proles
Imbargo street. Mrs. Maggie Oglo- responsible, non-conscious creature. , sional men weighs mightily against
i. n. who has been sick for several I that in firm and ability remind us j the race. Let all of our young men
'ee'fs is up and aMe to be out, Mr. vprv much of the Doodle. ' of professional bearing deport thom-
William Moss ot Nashville spent the
with relatives. Mail-
carrier A. L. Merrill is very nnic.u
improved and bis physician thinks
ho will be able n go out on his
route scon. Miss- Mai el Myers, one
of the rural school rcrervisors, spent
the week-end" here the guest of Mrs.
Bertha Thompson. The Loading
ftnr Circle Auxiliary of St. Paul
Church is doing a great work in a
F)"'al wav and financially a great
help to the church. Mrs. Nora Wing
field is president and makes a most
excellent leader. The next meeting
of 'the Circle will lie at the home of
M'ss Nannie Morton, entertained by
Mr. Anderson McCarroll. The Kubll
lian Literary Society of tlie High
School rendered a well prepared pro
gram Jan. 25. The larre auditori
um was well filled with i patrons and
f'fends wro were highly entertained.
The Leading Star Circle met ,TanA23
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Nicholson. Opened with song and
ewer. The minutes of the last
meeting were read, after which the
roll was called and each member re
prowled with quotation and Bible
verses. A musical and literary pro
gram was rendered Jan. ;1 for the
benefit of.the Loading Star Circle at
St. Paul A. M. E. Church. Ths hos
tess served a delightful one coursa
menu. The club adjourned highl"
rleaseqV Mr. A. H. McCarroll will
Lntertain the Circle Jan. 30 at the
Louie of Jhsse3 raunie anu ieu,
Morton, 414 Washlagtou street.
Rev. J. 0. Dixon haa Leen elected
principal of Mason High School. Dr.
R. S. Fields is able to be up and out
again after being oonllued to LU
room for several weeks. Mrs. J. O.
Elxon Is much Improved at this
vritine after being very ill for two
i veeks. Mrs. Sallle Mooreheod is
I blill on the sick list. Mrs. Viola Tay
lor is reported ill at this writing.
i Mr. Alphonso Kirk of Memphis spent
I Sunday in Mason visiting his broth-jer-inlaw,
Mr. James Boyd. Mr. and
I Mrs. J. V. Boyd are nil smiles over
I their new residence on East Side.
! Mr. H. Y. Porter, tlu colored under
taker, spent Monday in Covington on
! liisiness. Miss Cora Jones, the
daughter of Rev. It. U Jones, is at
I tomlinp school in St, Louis, Mo. Mrs.
I Luoinda McNeal is very sick at this
I writing. Liltle Eva I-ee Boyd has
been elected Sunday school organist
1 tor Alexander M. E. Church. Mr.
, Herman Campbell of Detroit, Mich.,
is hero visiting his uncle, Rev. R, h.
Jonos. Mrs. Iola Porter, who has
' been sick with lagrippe .Is up again,
i Snnilav was ccneral class day a!
! Alexander Chapel. Miss lola Fields, i
i the dauzhter of Rev. C. F. Fields,
! is attending the M. H. S. for girls, ,
1 West Point, Miss. She reirts a i
j i leasant slay. Little l.umlie MM
Fileds, Eva I.ee ami rtessa m;h jhu
returned Monday morning Ui lluff-man-St.
Mary's School after being,
absent two weeks on account of bail
roads. Miss Mary Bonds, one of
tlie county teachers, spent Saturday
nnd Sunday in town with home folks.
Ptimlav evening January 2Sth. Mr.
William Broffordand Miss. Bessie
Dogget were quietly married at the
M. E. parsonage. Rev. J. . Dixon
t fficlated. Miss Lucy Bernard is now
a student at Swift Memorial Col
lege. She reports being very mucn
pleased. The Ladles' Aid or Alex
ander M. E. Church is planning a
big quilling Jan. 30th at the homo
of Mts. F. H. Alexander
NON-RESIDENT NOTICE. (
(No. 5f2.) I
March Rules, 1917. j
In this cause it appearing to the
satisfaction of the Court that the de
fendant Is a non-resident of the
State of Tennessee therefore the or
dinary process of law cannot bo
served upon defendant, Ti'ra. Thomp
son; it is therefore ordered that said
defendant enter his appearance here
in at the February term of the Dav
idson County Circuit Court, to bo
holden at tlie Court House in Nash
ville. Tennessee, on the first Mondat
in March, it being'n rule day of this
Court, nnd defend, or said complain
ant's bill will he taken for confessed
as to him nnd set for hearing ex
parte. It is therefore ordered that
a copy of this order he published for
four wceksin succession in the Nash
villo Globe ,a newspaper published
W. B. COOK, Clerk..,
F. ANDERSON, - - -Solicitor
- NON-RESIDENT NOTICE.
March Rules, 1017.
Barney Lafayette Underwood
In this cause it appearing to the
satisfaction of the Court Hint the do-
fondant, is a non-resident of tho
State of Tennessee, therefore tlie or
dinary process of law (annot he
served upon her; it. is therefore or -
dcrnd that said defendant enter her
appearance heroin at the February
term of tho Davidson County Cir
cuit Court, lo lip holden at tho Court
I louse iu N:islivillc, Tennessee, "n
1 the first Monday in March, it bein.!
I min dav of this Court, and defend,
or yn if. ccmnlainant's bid will be
succession m ino ixasiiviin1 i,ni,u.
M-wspai'er published in Nashville.
W. I!. COOK, Clerk.
G. F. ANDERSON,
Solicitor for Complainant.
I carved out for itself a beautiful little
nnner chamber, and hid Itself lie-
neath its walls, wouiu- wueu cuiieu hi
the language of our subject, come
shufi'.ing up through the sand to see
what was going on. Invariably this
would be the case. This reminds us
very much of many of the preachers
of Arkansas and of the United
States that are being cal'ed up by
their bosses. It would appear that
; jty, Bonker. pres'dent of tho A -
; Kansas Baptist College, is "dond'e"
i master of Arkansas. There is no re -
j Rnr(j d,at i,e naa (or the "doodles:"
, j,c niy wonts them to come and
, bring a grain of corn and then go
back again. The same holds true of j the public and ihen abuse that conii
Dr. Morris with a doodle gang of tho i dem-e to destroy the public consti-
inrorporated NaWonal Baptist Cnn
vention. Whenever ha would make a
disnlav. he simply calls tosether the
irresponsiMe gang "of "doodles." who
oftimes find themselves deceived and
only wanted to be used, for he says to
them, come and bring a grain of corn
and then go back again. Hurrah for
The People's Defender.
P. AND B.
Some points of Interest between
the President of the Arkansas Bap
tist College and the Apostle Peter, it
is amusing to note how In many
points these two characters resemble
caoh other. The points, however,
painful to say, are the negative
points. The Apostle Peter would
fight, get mad and fight and no will
tlie president of the Arkansas Bap
tist College. The one point of dif
ference, however? Is that Peter fought
in the night while the college man
displayed his pugnacity in the day.
The second point of interest Is that
Peter "cussed," and so did the presl-
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Sleeping Lars aim i
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dent; and here we again find tlie
same distinction, that Peter did wait
until near midnight to do his swear
ing while the other gentleman
"cussed" in the broad day light in
the midst of a great crowd, near
noon, when the sun was at lis high
The third and final point in which
they resemble each other ia that Pe
ter followed Christ afar off, and
warmed himself finally 1V the devil s
fire and was forced to go o'it. end
weep bitterly for his sins, and C
must the college man. Following
Christ at a very great distance,
warming himself by the lire of ar
rogance, boastfuluess and insinua
tions, and impositions, will finally
have to repair off in the darkness
1 and weep bitterly for his sins.
-The People's Defender. ,
MISUS1XO OVii TALENTS. i
It would appear that one Prof. W.
11, White, a stenographer of reputed
ability, haa gotten himself into the
Uid. all because of misdirected ener
gies. It would appear that iu his
great ambition and desire to get
something without duo process of
labor that ho instituted a very unique
plan. Tho plan of securing fake
divorces for those who had become
entangled in their marital relations.
i!is methods were unique and crim
,nal. Hundreds and hundreds of
people, if the papers and public ru
mor aie to he credited, have beeii
duped by this man of some ability.
They thought that they were legally
being separated, that they were com
plying with the law when it appears
that they were simrly being misled
and imposed upon hy tho gentleman
in (luestinn. Wo call attention to
this to warn our young men againtic
evil processus, against attempting to
do illegal and wrong things, against
attempting to get livelihood wiihoui
giving the proper energy therefor.
Learning, book-learning without' lie
ing assm-iated with a righteou:;
heart, with pure motives may became
of illegal dealing by
- i elves as heeomcth tne ethics ol that
profession. A prolessional man do-
1 ing business tor tho public siioubi
! he held strictly accountable to the
; ethics of the profession because for
;:ny man to get the confidence ol
- lutes almost an unpardonable crime,
so in tlie case of the gentleman in
question. He lias not only put him
tell' and his own liberty in jeopardy,
but lie lias discomforted many other
The press seems to Indicate that he
has sent out through the state a
many as a thousand spurious divorc
es. If such be true he has gotten
Into trouble just so many families,
and if it is proven to bo true, it is
right ai just that he should suffer
the penalty because tlie public has
no right to be imposed upon by pro
lessional fakers. We are not trying
Mr. White's case, neither are we con
demning him; we are simply calling
attention to tho young men and our
people generally of the necessity cf
making and giving a square deal, and
dealing perfectly ethical In whatever
profession they may choose.
We are informed that many splen
did men acting as his agents have
been brought within tlie toils of tho
law simply because of bis shrewd
ness, or lack of shrewdness, or be-
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cause, of his misdirecting his energy.
If our nets only effected ourselves it
would not lie so serious, but vre can
not hardly act without that act ef
fecting others, and therefore every
man should see to it that his at Is
in harmony with, justice, righteous
ness and truth.
The People's Defender..