Clipped From The Olean Democrat

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 - and was the easier. do her and in m» charge...
and was the easier. do her and in m» charge Franciscan *toD* Well, Mr. Worthington let loose his on Mrs. Plunkett. and by absorption she his idea that they were foreordained sympathetic Thinkers and Prenatal Affinities, that Mr. Plunkett had come in as a accident The latter gentleman agreed so far as the divorce, bnt when he learned Mrs. Plunkett was to affiliate with Mr. Worthinjrtoo, Mr. Plunfcetfs Thinks became Ron-Sympathetic, and he wanted to know what was to become of the children and joint property and his life insurance for $4.000, made out for his wife's benefit. It however, against tbe rules of the Christian Scientists to employ lawyers or doctors, so be will do nothing. Mr. Worthington gives his views i n these words: "Well, Christian Science is troth and teache* truth. So far it has not attempted tbe problem of sex--that of marriage; we are the pioneers ia this newfleJd. is why we f«xr there may be some cur own jxtjple who will rot understand This is something new. We believe it solve tbe question of the failure of Marriage laws, as they are, are unwi«, just. Men and women wfao are not mated are tied together. They oagbt not to be kept in that bondape. There rmj*t be f { method for their diver"*-.. VTe hope to educate others so that in time this method may be made tbo method rf tbe law. ·*··?'} cxrald compreV-Trl our motives! it WOE) 1 not judge us har.shjv. Nr, -«e are bclkversinfre» love, but "rathT in perfect marriage, and tbe msmajre c-f today is perf wt, not bonert., not Christian " ! I ! , I 1 , | ! I ·

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  1. The Olean Democrat,
  2. 20 Jun 1889, Thu,
  3. Page 7

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