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PAGE POUR - THE BLYTHEVILLE COURIER NEWS • THE COURIER NEWS CO., PUBUSHSHa C. R. BABCOCK, Editor H, W, HAINES, Advertisuuj Manager Sole National Advertising Representative*: Dtlllat, Inc., ?few York, Chicago, Detroit, St. Louis, DallM, Eanuu Clly, Memphis Published Every Afternoon Except QuudAy Entered ns second class matter at the post pBjce at Blythovlllo, Arkansas, under «ct of Congress, October 9. 1917. Served DV tne United 6 INSCRIPTION RATES By earner In Hie Cliy ot Blylhevine, 16o per vttk, or 46.60 per year. In advance. By mall, wiunn u radius of 6D mllM, $3 00 pet year, $1.50 for six months, 75o for three months; by nmti In postal Mines two to six. Inclusive, 10.60 per year; In zones seven and eight, 110,00 per year, payable In advance. Win; Wlwn There's Work lo 1'le Dona? One of the most revealing sidelights on the civil war in Spain was dug up liy (in American newspaper correspondent who WIIK trailing a retreating army across the country. Slopping at a little farm to got a drink, (ho eorrcspotidenL asked the peasant who lived there on which side lie was. The peasant said bluntly that, ho was on neither side.- lie only hoped that.hoth sides would got the lighting over will) and go homo, .so that he could go ahead with his job of getting the crops in; and lie wound up by wishing an eternity of had luck on all generals • and armies that insist on holding battles on someone's farmland. This peasant prohably was a woefully nnderedncaled person with no understanding of (be great issues of the day, and whichever dictatorship finally /succeeds in fastening itself on Spain probably will shoot him one of these days. But he did manage to voice himwnily's age-old complaint against war—it gels in (he way of the work that has to he done. lie has had brothers on every battlefield in all history, and they all' got (lie worst of il when the drums began '.to heat. The stolid Belgian who farmed La lltiyo Sainte on the s ))!ain by Waterloo, the Tlennsylvanian ";'who owned the famous 1'eiic'h Orchard' at Gettysburg, (he Danish'trawler who hoped to take a few lish from the Skagerrack on thai May afternoon in 101G—to these people, as to Ibis Spanish peasant,'.armies ami battles are an unmitigated nuisance and the work of the world would go forward a lot faster if they, were abolished. And although it may he heresy to suggest it, these people are probably quilc right. Human civilization is a strange growth, and we do not entirely understand how it got started or' how it does manage, in spite of obstacles, to keep progressing; but il is very clear that its base is the worker anil .not the warrior, the man who produces rather than the man who destroys. Civilization, that' is, docs not rest on a base of armies and navies; it rests on the backs of the men who work with their hands, in field or in shop, and it will last just as long as they go on holding it up. They are a OUT OUR WAY procession, in (liu IOIIK \iugcs of history, Mian nil Uiu lionlo.s ol' warriors llml over i'ollowi'il n drum. They move wilhoul jjloi-y and wilh- onl halllc Hat's, pools do not iin- morlitlizc them and HIP hi.slnry hooks omit Ihtir iiume.s. Hut for iinmiml)er- ed geiH'i'iitions (hoy have Konu on, temjiurinj* Ihu earth lo inan'.s ludnta- linn, milking possihle all Ihu graces of liviiijf which lift man ahove UK; level of the heasls. The iar-nilk'd armies melt awiiy, and the winds carry oil' I he crash of their hattlra. The plain man at the hottom is L'li-niiil, and he lias (In; world and all its hopes in his keeping. He mulct's possihli; .Shakespc'aru and lireLliowit, [he Taj Mahal and Kheims cathedral, and all the glory and marvel of which liiiman effort is capahlo. And if, with nil of this, he wearily asks (lie Jiffltlintf men (ci (jot the heck out of the way so that lit! ran go on with his joh—is he iisldng too miichV —JJnico Citllon. Wlw.w Politics Slay If you've fojlowod the ciimivaign harangues of I'<T<>HL wcck.s, you've probably got a hil fod up on dial old one ahoiil divorcing government from politics. polities out of government? under a party system that derives id; strength r mm j(. s no ]iUcal power. That doesn't mean I hat wu can't administer a grail part of our government under civil survico. We are making significant strides in that direction. Hut it does mean lhat the prime directional force of government, Die party in power, i.s going to he operated by and willi politics. Government, i* anil will ho political, and any campaign utterance to the contrary i.s clap-trap. Take lavdly, Another world win- may be necessary lo tench humanity the value of kindness. — Habbl Etlgar P. Maenln, Los Ancclcs. ' taught by crooners or comedians in caps and Peruvian con- — Rafael Dclauiulc jr sul nt. Miami. * » » Franklin D. Roosevelt, however good he may l.'c us a slailcr, is n poor Mnisher. —Ciillord I'incliot. former governor of 'Pennsylvania. * * t Instead of lulkini; itboul nolliing uul liic- lures, sex and box oflice, I've discovered that sports, literature and domestic ulfair.s of :i snlnbrioiis nature are Hollywood's chief topi: of conversation. — Lawrence liitcy, playwright. * * » If there were any truth jn Hint theory (evolution), (he world would he full of creatures one-nflh man and four-mills chimpanzee. _ncv. Dr. D. E. Hart-Davios, noted Scottish rector. BLYTHEVILLE, (ARK,) 1 COURIER NEWS It's my profession to chasten moral:; ridicule. — GCOI-BC Berniud Sliaw. * * * Senllmcnt Is Biwhi for lolu! iilKtlncncc. Icinpcrancc leatlcr. * * * You cannot IransliiU: humor i u yom . ( mov _ ing) pictures, and ninny 0 I our pco])le do not milize that your universities arc really not by nncl I menu senlimcnt —Mrs. Elln A. lloolc, . , I KWOW, BUT THOSE IN ' / 7HE CLOTHES CLOSET, I'M GOING TO SEND TO MV MOTHER, AMP THOSE IN THE CABINET, I HAVEM'T READ VET? llrv °H. BRING THEM UP AMP i/\ I'LL *EE IF I CAM FIND By Williams n«,^. \-i .- , ^^ ^.fei J0MnHB BUT , THEV'RE OLD WEWSPAPERS AWAV BA<X~ YELLOW WITH AGE. ffr^ip-ss JliiaMA teTfiili v.-.-ib.a:!^;' ; !j i J -^ . jff^r^' •VUf '•'jrSS •'••'' BORN THIRTY VEARS TOO SOQM. SIDE GLANCES By George Clark "WliiillH yn say, let's have two more apk'ce and hike home.' THIS CURIOUS WORLD ByWilliani Ferguson THREE x . - _, SOLID AND GAS). >UT. W;«: CANY SEI*' IT IN THE LATTER. FOR/A SINCE IT /s INVISIBLE STEAM/ THE VISIBLE CLOUDS WHICH WE ERRONEOUSLY CVM_l_ "STEAM," REALLY A&IE1 VAPOR.. FtANT STEMS ARE SAID TO BE "GEONESATtVF BECAUSE. THEY GROW AGAINST GRAVITY, BUT THEIR ROOTS ARE SINCE THEY GK5W WITH GRAVITY. CARE.V COMBS ON ' 7HEIF2 LEGS, WITH WI-IICW TO CURRY THEIR. HAIRY COATS/ COMB SHOWN ASOVEE, HIGHLY MAGNIFIED. QUIS BYATAStRYICr. IKC 9-/1 Hie stale in -,vhleh water exists depends entirely on the tcih- neiat.tre. Everyone is f.uniliiir with water In lic,uid form, and as ice. but In Ihc form'ct rjas il is invisible. What we choose to call ••steam" is a cloud ol line globules of liquid water which are formed oy cooliiis and conclcnsiiiy invisible slc.iin. Couples Guided to Happy Wedded Life By Pro.Marilal Jlcaflh Kxtuuiualion 11V 1>K. 11OKKIS ITSIIUKIN Miirt! ami niort- (hi- .ut.cnlion of tlur medical i)rofc.'.:.ioti. and if intrlliwnl, people ci'iii-tu'lly, is beini; focused on hcalih c:;ninln- "on l;etorc marriage, 'ih^ idea lo make certain thnt ;t couple may live a happy murrird life and have healthy chiLlien. >nt'h cxaminalions ati 1 :itso irn- porlnnt in controlling; in.- spread ot vein-mil tliseasc.s. n;- -r>x di^. cases. Finally, they srivi- (o detect Ihu btvinnin^ of ciiv-nie or dt-Rt-nerativt! diseases aii'i 'i-, give opimrlnnlty for cure, so !hm married life will not l>? iiri'ic'l by repealed illness of cKh-v laisbant! or \;iic. 'Ihe Ki.srnics Sociriy r.( Great Britain tins drawn ut) an ol niine of (hi :.'iivfcts to bi- covp-rert by- such exam fnnt inns so r]|,,|. n," 0 imiiort.im disease con-:;wi )3 m ll nol l;c tverlookcd. First, the doctor gets the name age. address, and occii|»uou (it Ihe person who i.s tr> I;.- examined, and learns whether he or fhc ha.s been previously unrrieri and wliolher there: have been children. 'Hie doctor then inmiircs whether the person i.s related by bl&od lo the one whom. h,. O r -lie Is t<> wed. This Is imnutant i )C - rntLse of the possibility or i|Ucn . slfyini! eillier ROW! or bad cliar- aclehslics by the m,iiTi.i K e. Modern science docs not mri _ deinn marriage of cousin; provided no harmful chiirarlrrlslics arc likely to be (raiiMiiiUect In intenisned form by the m:mhi?e NexU Ihe doctor rinds out the condition of health of the ancestors and relatives as i mean's of determining disentes which may "run In Ihe family." The doctor seeks lo kmi whether, anioni! these relatives, there arc eases pi nervousness, urrvolis breakdown, inrnlal dislurljnniT or defect, insanity, fainting spells, convulsions or nts. CUSPS of drug, addiction or heavy drinking, incidence of sui- Announcements Trie Oouriur piev,s lias been nu- thorlzcd to make Formal announcement or Die toltowlng candidates for public office, siibjcci lo the Democratic primary ncx Auenst IIr Fur Kciiresrntative In COIIBTCSS ZAl, I). HARRISON For rrnsr.ciillriB Mlorney O. T. WARD HRUCE IVY DENVER U UUJBLEY MARCUS FIEly, For Counly Judge VIRGIL OiiEENE S. L. GLADISH NEILL REED For Sheriff ,i m i Co'llcclor HALE JACKSON JOE S. DILLAHUNTV For Cntnily Treasurer ROLAND GREEN For Circuit Cnurl (Jlcrk HUGH CRAIG For Rc-KIectton for 2nd Term For County Court Clerk MISS CAUKV WOODBUIiN Hir re clccllon for second lenn Tor Sl.ilc Kcnalor LUCIEN K. COLEMAN For Counlj Kcprrscnlallve IVY \v. CRt\wronu For t'oiinly Assessor I>. L (BILLY) GAINES For IJe-elocllon to a 2nd Term ' For t'omlalilc, Chlcliasawbi Township HARRY TAYLOR FRANK MCGREGOR E. M. EATON TUESDAY, AUGUST 11, nj RESORT AHOTEL tfeck Morg Ili:ci.V lli:ili: TODAY «rrrrinr»- III 11 ' I,,}"!- {juiln'r* "liltT. BUI'K iu ii truvfl iiKi'iiry iu kr I'liini, fur JILT tuu-iuil; rl»>i''\^'rl.l";ti >r ' m ' 1 ljllri ' 11 " ''"'- iMllr lliivli.i.. inn („ .'j.vl'.'usly litlr:i<-lr,l ),>• AIUI, lull hl, t . K l,-,. s Ann KIITK lo Uil) in,,,nil,iln rr- n>rl nnil nl iir», |, |,,,,,,,, 'I'M,',, Klu- liircln HA I,I'll srill.M;, lit-ail '' '»"• "'"> fi'Hn IIIT l,i- Js not liiliTMt.-il In K l r |K. ],:,,,,,, ,,„,.„. ilni'fs lier <n .JA111H I.Allll), Ml'iiltll) |ilu>-lMiy. .l:,h m . J H Iniinl- KIIIIIU nnil nll,'iillvt>. Ann trie's In lii-rniinilf I,Im l,> do MiniftMiii,- UK,r,il Hllh !,| S nr,., I,,,! |u. l;uii;l ( « III Illtv. sln> nlvi i,j,'«-ls l.l-:i-"ri' I'l>-\"» rrlrtl hut tllrlnfluiiK. Illll Hnrc nrrlii-* ill l.»kc Itn- *-Iin" jinil Is tiiiiiiiyL'iI Itt Hull Aim Mill, mt ninny cjllirr niljiiirrrs. Inlii i-llinliliu;- I,,,,. A ' M.,,m at somclhing the woman replied, "Yes, dear!" said, ond ^IU llll lli . .\OH r CO <>\ WITH '|'«|B STOIfV C1IAPTKR XI the guesls at the (Jlcn- v:ood Inn arose for late breakfast, Ann ; and Uill slipped into their separate rooms, and went sound asleep, glad lhat liie ordeal on ttie side of ll|c mountain was over. They had deckled lo keep their all-ni«hl vijjit a secret. Ann n'wolie at noon and came down lor colfec. One or two of the porch-sillers eyed her curiously, Jor Ann bad teen an early l-irer. Tlicy suspected that she hail been out dancing flic night before with that playboy across the lake, Jaime Laird. But (he news that the college- boy waiter conveyed lo Ann at Ihe table was more disconcerting Hum the waggish looks from the porch-sitters. At some time in the night the hotel manager's safe — a . flimsy Tile-case affair— had been robbcti, and S1000 in negotiable bonds wns missing. It had been a , quiet job, which hadn't been discovered until morning, and Ihc detectives hadn't round any clews. After this late breakfast Ann went down to the boathotise for a swim. In her green bathing suit she lay on the docks until the liour of '2, when people began lo go into the water. Ralph sat at her silk-, wnlchinj! the bathers while the life guard was al lunch. "I've Rot some drawings of that new bridge across the Golden Gale," he otic-red. "They're in Ihe bonlhouse, if. you want lo sec them." "Not now," Ann said. "I'm too gloriously lazy." "You're just like all the rest," he said, smiling. "But no woman is goinj; In make a lool of me! I'm fate from them." "I'm sure they won't," she said. "You love bridges loo much." She looked tip and saw Lefly Ponds coiiiing toward the boalhousc with ;j prelly woman at his shic. Ann shielded her eyes from the sun, and saw that the pair seemed to lIE woman answered, very distinctly, "You know I'm not going lo sit out hero and watch you swim. I worked hard all cummer keeping my white complexion. I've some things to do in the village. Besides, you need a haircut!" Ann laughed softly. So Lolly's wife was back from Europe! No man can consider himself a gay philanderer when there is a female around to tell him to go get liis hair cut. When Lefty spoke to Ann on Ihc dock, he did it sheepishly and Ins wife gave him a loolc thai .-quelchcd him completely Mr and. Mrs. Ponds took the boat lo the village. The same ferry that. too!< Lefty and Jus wife to the village brought back Jaime ns a passenger. He was smiling and gay; Ami' saw him from afar and waved. At the .sound of his voice something slill tightened in her throat. "I've been looking for you everywhere!" he said. lie nodded at Ralph, who moved away to watch the swimmers. Jaime'look Ann to the end of the dock for a private chat. His voice didn't ri.'ie above a whisper. He sat (here, looking into her eyes. For the first time Ann felt that he turned on his charm, as one turns on water from a faucet. "I couldn't find you last night," Jaime said. "Where were you?" He went on, without waiting for an answer, "Darling, what do you say—this is our last chance to run up lo Canada for a week-end? It's your last week-end in the mountains. Don't be a silly, unworldly girl. Yon can check oul of Ihe hotel, bid the porch-sitters adicu.t, and I'll drive you back to the cily from Canada." be having a quarrel. When they readied the docks, Lefty blushed ANN looked at him, and suddenly she felt iliat she was aware of his real character. She knew she was completely aw arc oL herself. ]£ she were responsible '.o no o:ic but herself on vocation, tlien she'd meet Hint responsibility. She was not Roing to lake a week-end trip with Jaime, no mailer how harmless il seemed. "But why--why should we leave this adorable spot?" she ^ He was like a petulant child. 'Darling! I'm not happy here any lonser. lieslless. Escape. Please don't desert me. I need you." Hc ran a hand through his hair. 'You've got to help me." Suddenly she s.iw Jaime as he .;cnlly,was—a. ch.-inniiuj boy who lad a "line," a manner o( ihsinu- •iting himself inlo one's confidence. What would be his altitude if he were once sure of her love? He had not asked her to marry him. Hc had avoided the • ject as Ihough it wore i a] | t of plague. In stern contrast (o Jaime's i live way ol showing h| s nffcc' there was Bill .Ware's hoi avowal of love. « * * ' TN this moment of realiza" •*• Ann wimted lo see Bill, (o •:• him how glad she wns inereh : know him. " '• "If you like to to with Jaime," she said, "it will havt be here. I can't go lo Can • wilh you." i , When she looked up at ,'i petulant frown on Jaime's f; she felt she was looking at a t' stranger. SIio hadn't really kn: him until now. She got up, and took a rum (live into Ihc waler. Her I: bobbed up, and she looked 1; al Jaime, laughing. • Ho said, "I have, to go bad- the )>cltiii{; room to see how races are going: I'll eivc yt> ring at the hold." He wa) toward the boathousc lo lake ferry back across the lake. Bill was walking down shore, deeply engrossed in thou when lie recognized Ann's gi 1 bathing cap out um(M1K i llc BW , >ners. ll f . waved and site swsa>S[ the clock [ 0 g,. C ct him. '& His fact^ was troubled. ? v ' lookctl haggard and W an. ..'What is it, Bill?" Ann nsl 'You look as if you've sceij Ehost.' She came up out of ': water. ;• He led her aside, :iml said, "]'! night some bonds were sir from the manager's safe. A* we came down from the mnl lain I slept late. When I awl shortly after noon ihcre wa.! detective rummaging about in I room. He found a wrapper ll'.i •Hit.- wrapper (hat had ly! around the bonds in the sn'l Bill ran a hand through 1m M-hair. "I don't know iiow '} wrapper- f-ol there! The wl ' Ihlng is absurd. I couldn't hi iaken the bonds- -because yon .A t were marooned in Ihe leai J ligli up on the mountain all inVl But I couldn't use that as''! alibi." J Ann's hand flew to her Ihr'i That was Bill Ware, trying shield bet- at all events. Ho ;. lave a fine character. She n: zed how difficult il would bell explain their slaying on !| mountain all night. Wildly j| honghts envisioned what j [jorcli-sitlcrs would say. ;• "Somebody must have plar.j Ihc wrapper in- my room," :>) said, "to throw suspicion on i ! told them I spent the nighti; the mountain—alpiic. But 111? merely my word against that t, lence. I have to go to the heaij now—" ' v \ (To Be Concluded) CHURCH FOCUSES : Bj G. W. Barbara cities, or such d-.:>=r.«s as tuberculosis, diabetes, asllinui. blindness, or dealness early in life. These questions arc raised be-' cause Ihc conditions concerned may luivc conic bearing on the cccitrrencc. of hereditary corn-, The doctor the:: rocks for s.vm-|th'e carrying out^f the "promise''!' ^""'l 0 "' Cy fol " Kl !t ri ° tlifrc:l ptoms urmisinu suspicions of clis-lAl! this reminds me of some or Uloy tllo " 8hl l " wns - ''• cases which iitn.v Ire involved in' Hie preachers I cmnlti-cd while "" lhcy COHU1 " ot "" ilc " mnbllily of a woman lo have chairman of (he Church board' g '' :l<le !lml T s"!'! 1030 ' children. All these may have an and manager of Hie Church Tlicv hereditary character. did not really mean " Kc then inquires as to (hej '"ore than they could presence of any nervous Iroublcs, n ' c ' u| d get ovcr-entliuscd and whe including menial disturbances, grade and I suppose wanted lo get connected up \ •o nrmni<nl a " ia " of " ly kllowl «lse and a 1 co m Uy ' 5 lcl1 my ^n-in-huv I ",'..... promises arc not, nearly as lo carry out as made. I've km good church members lo pror , fits of cryinc and nnrirvk .if ,h> I i < , . Fiesta,, mortld tars ™ch U ' f ^''^ B!ti ""»™llon isj the preacher they would ' m determine the presence! sl!rcl l' lie in Church al a Ihe fear of trallic 'height ' op™ c'r closetl spaces, of thunderstorms, of animals or disease. The fitiul question concerns the person's knowledge or the rcla- of ab normalilics, tumor or slm-j 1 "'" U " lc ami a nionth or so i ilar disturbances ' I 0 , 1 ' whc " hc woul[| mct ' 1 "I 1 v< .,„„„ ,. ,,' Uiem, they would excuse their f ,nd n ™ 'i 0 '! S '' S " Ch " " llysical lirc by £a - vi "8 "icy liad forgot iicnships between" the ^/"^ m" rrl«c ^uwT'""" 0 " .""-""^l ?,"^ U ' C " Ol "' Mrvice tegn "' that suitable, explanations inav bcl o c"-ir »n im i> ... 8rcat ' ". cal tllcir " cxt Aoor " ci li lil)or ' made whrn lucre is iisim in,. ,„.,,, ','r, P , """p" 11 ' 05 which come in and they cotild not .understand.,,-; of these r" „" "-""''' ™". " crt ""> s ^">" to church ami leave lliem. fhlps by either 0 live partners. Kolltnvinj such sludv Diu prosnuc- _,,,.. . . ' '"• **"•''" "••"-• " JI w V.IUHCII mm JCEWC in cm. would help to cut down the in-|l icll them lhat a fellow V ctcasiis rate of divorce, which is'threatens, to do a thing i.s in con, 'tion ° 1 "' m ° dCnl ^'"^-j"!"- l ° do il than hc who prc OUK J30AKDUNG HOUSED VA\S, MV COWHMslD CA.CTUS rAE SI 1 / MAILS AT 'A MO PACES SO *T SOUKiOS UVAE (3UKJ f JVith Major Hoopi . THAT WEWMDS KE OF A VEAT ^l OF SHARP SVtoOTlKiG THAT 1 TtRFORMED )t -DURIMQ -THE BOER WAR— VAV ERE MD ; SVR BlSCOrAB, WAS COKJDErAKSEU BY THE EKiEMY AS A SW—IJSIM6 IMtXAM TACTIC I WAP LtARMED WWILE SCOUTIMG W1T(A B1LL,T APPROACVAED, TO WIT141M 3OO YARDS OT 1 TMB EXECUTIOM—^/\T Tv^E r/OMEKJT TrAE TRAP WAS SPRUMG I. CUT THE -ROPE WTH A -BULLET "FROM MY PISTOL—-SO AMAZED WAS THE EXECUTION SQUAD THAT THEY - IM -PAK1C

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