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FAIR PLAY. STE. GENEVIEVE, MISSOURI.
Attempt to Land Telegraph Cable
at Miami Brings About Queer
MIAMI IS IN THE LIMELIGHT
United States Warships Blockade a
United Statta Port in Time of
Peace Geographic Society Offi
cial Telia About Place,
By JOHN OLIVER LA QORCE.
Vice-Director National Geographic
Miami, Kin. Probably for the first
tttiiu since the stirring days of thu
Civil wur we And u southern port
blockaded ly United States warships.
Happily, however. It Is no crisis
brought aboil hy an uncompromising
demand for the Integrity of state
rights, hut to prevent a cable ship en
tering the port of Miami, the tnost
southerly lty on the Florldlnn main
land and the third largest In the state,
from I lie standpoint of population.
Nestling beside the beautiful waters
of Iflscaync bay and separatee! from
tli" Atlantic only by the peninsula of
Minim beach, the city has rapidly
come Into Its own, due to the strategic
.geographic locution It occupies on the
South Atlantic coast, and it glvei.
promise; to rival Jacksonville as n
iHirt of call. When one realizes that
one-third of all the grapefruit in the
United States comes from the county
l.i whlfh Miami Is situated unri thut
oue-flfih of all the animal life in
America mirth of Panama In to be
found In the waters of the-Gulf stream
which lne the golden strand of Miami
bead? In Its front yard, and With the
great potential agricultural wealth of
the Everglades at its hack door, small
wonder Hint Miami has grown, as
tfctiwn by the lust census report, 440
Rivals the Riviera.
Itlessed with a year-round climate
that rivals the liivlern,' with over
blowing trade windr, that temper the
seiiiHroplnil sun. Mlam! Olds fair to
take rank with anything of Its size In
the United St'iten for development
dong highly profitable and thoroughly
It Is not surprising thniva telegraph
)' ipany desires to bring "the Barbados
cables Into Miami Instead of Key
West, a hundred odd miles south of
this point;, but there Is some diplo
matic hitch about England's control of
cables which has caused this pratlenl
I.v unheard 0f situation of United
Mates war vessels blockading o Unit
ed states port In the flmo of pence.
Three yenrs ago the, money on de-"
posit In tbe banking Instltutlqns of
Miami amounted to something like $4,
'XN),(HX), in the summer of 1!)1I) to
$12,000,000. in Mare!.-, 1020. to $17.:
000,000, and toduy tho amount Is up
ward of $20,000,000. Moreover, la
permanent population It Juts grown In
ten years from 3,471 to 20,r49. During
tho winter months there lire nearly us
niuny Unfile "cops" on Its well-paved
streets us there nro in the national
capital, ten times Its size.
One. of the most Important develop
ments of Miami .beach Is the Inaugura
tion and completion of the Miami
aquarium and biological laboratory,
located at the beach terminus' of ,the
wonderful 100-foot causeway stretch
ing three miles In length which spans
Biscayne buy, connecting the city with
the ocean beaches. Ap the scientists
generally agree that all land untmuls
came orlgtnnlly out of the sea. the
ntudy of the myriad forms of life In
the tropical seas will, It Is believed,
Blacked Boots Here for 52 Years
This aged Turkish bootblack declares that he has had this samo stand
In Constantinople for 62 years and that lie once polished the sultan's shoes,
Be says that for more than 30 years he has not missed a day. Ilia atnud la
Just across the street from the 'American lied Cross headquarters.
levclop links between tho sen and
w v !mlS ,hnt wl" n,M mu to tho
worlds knowledge of this Important
question. Since the n.,.i.. .Ye i"
tfls been accentuated as an aftermath
- ...u worm wur. the eyes of econ
....m nave turned to the warm seas
to develop the possibilities of Its In
numerable fish life.
Just u the shoemaker's child Is
proverbially without footwear, so It
was that there was no nquaVlnm or
biological station on, the entire Atlan
tic coast south of 1'klludelphlu. and,
consequently, no extensive and ado
quately equipped and situated Institu
tion to which the Ichthyologists of tho
country could make pilgrimages -and
study at first hand the wonders of the
fauna of the Gulf stream. Heretofore
these specialists In zoology traveled to
the aquarium nt Naples. Italy, and to
other European institutions, simply be
cause mere was nowhere In tho warm
seas surrounding the southern part of
our own continent n place where they
Upper Slesvig Celebrates Return
King Christian of Denmark mounted on a white charger entering Upper
Slesvlg for the first time through nn urch of triumph erected at Fr"derieshol.
I, Upper Slesvig, hlch until 1SC4 belonged to Denmurk, voted to return lu the
World's Record Broken at Exer
cises in U. S. School in
GREAT CROWD IN ATTENDANCE
Armenian, Turkish, Greek, French,
Bulgarian and English Used in Ad
dressing Cosmopolitan Crowd
Constantinople. The world's record
for the number of languages used In
Its commencement exercises will prob
ably go to Robert college this year.
Orations1 were delivered In six
tongues, and, at that, the program was
have the means at hand to pursue
their highly Important work.
Only u month or two ngo,.nn entire
ly new species of tunn, ono of the
most valuable food fishes In the world,
was located and described by the, di
rector of the Miami aquarium, and If
these great fishes of the horse
mackerel family, can bo developed In a
commercial way It will have an Inter
esting bearing on theproblem of low
ering the high cost of living.
Villa Debts to Be Paid
in Full by Government
All personal loans obtained by
Frnnelscn VHIn, Mexican bandit
leader, who recently surrendered
to the provisional government,
will be puld by tho government,
It has been learned. The loans
amount to $10,000, Mexican.
Villa Is sold to have given re
ceipts for nil the loans he ob
tained and these will be refund
ed upon presentation of the pa
pers to the government by claim
ants. Villa still Is at Sablniis,
awaiting the arrival of the sup
ply train which wns to take him
and his men to Torreon.
less polyglot than 't used to be before
the war. Each of the orators spoke
his nntlve tongu?, according to tho
traditions of the American school es
tablished 57 years ago. ''.'ho school
has American standards anu Ideals,
and a majority of Its teacher are
Americans, but Its aim Is to educate
men for service in their own countrlts.
rnther than in English-speaking coun
tries. Cosmopolitan Crowd Attends.
Armenian, Turkish, Greet, French,
Bulgarian and English were the lan
guages used by the orators, and the
chapel of the college was filled with a
cosmopolitan crowd typical of Con
stantinople's1 intellectuals. At the
very time Admiral Bristol, tho Amer
ican high commissioner, was advising
the 32 gruduates to devote their lives
to a lessening" of the racial and re
ligious hatreds of the Levant, war
was going on nt four distinct fronts
In the Turkish empire, the British,
French, Greeks and Armenians nil be
ing engaged in the conflict with the
Tho band of the Second battalion
British Cheshire regiment, which Is
guarding Constantinople from nation
alist attacks, played for commence
ment and warships of the allied pow
ers lay in Bospliorus nt the foot of
tho heights on which Robert college
Turkish Girls Graduate.
About the sumo time the Constanti
nople College for Women, another
American Institution, held Its com
mencement exercises". Two Turkish
girls were among tho 23 young women
graduated this year. The "college Is
notable for having managed to keep
Its work going throughout the war
and for having kept peace, among Its
students from 17 nations, most of
which were fighting either with or
ngalnst America. The two Turkish
graduates wore tho same black aca
demic gown as their classmntcs, but
Instead 'of the mortarboard cap wore
white- veils draped about their hair.
A little Turkish woman who Is a mem
ber of the faculty also wore tho white
Moslem head dress.
Admiral Bristol here also delivered
the commencement address to the
class, which contained one Jewish girl,
nine Armenians, nine Greeks arid two
Bulgarians. Music for the exercise.1?
was furnished by tho orchestra of tho
British dreadnaught, the Iron Duke.
and tho diplomas wcro presented by
Dr. Mary Mills Patrick, president and
founder of tho college which has con
ferred tho degree of bachelor of arts
upon 30 classes and numbers among
Its graduates prominent women In all
the Balkan states.
mo ftiaB Mr. J. r. Mmmtor,
Box 44, Hmmllg, Tmxmm
THE IEMEDY FOI EVERYIAY ILLS
For Catarrh mud Catarrhal Condition
The evidence of ono man like Mr. Arendt Is more convlnclajr twoof
to you of the merits of Pc-ru na than any written words of ours. For
fifty years Pc-ru-na has been the standby of the American .family for
diseases due to catarrhal inflammation of the mucous membranes lining
the organs of tho body. Thousands, like Mr. Arendt, nave provca mo
effectiveness of Pe-ru-na for coughs, colds, nasal catarrh, stomach, bowel
and llvpr.Hinrdprnrnnv disease characterized bv a catarrhal condition.
If your suffering is the result of
is a true, tried medicine.
Nlnsty-Ssvsn per csnt. ol the ptosis have catarrh In soma form.
Both Wear the Gold Band.
Plain koIiI weddln? iiiiK arc bought
in iliiilleut( liy the hrldecroonis of
Chile nnd Peru, out; rliiK lielns Riven
to thf hrlde and the other retained
hy the groom1.
What Is hlenher than n luh full of
leather furniture and iiohndy there?
All Tired Out?
Are j;ou limdencd 'vith u dull, nag
ging backache? Does any little exer
tion wear you out? Does tt iseem some
times as if you just can't keep going?
Modern life with it hurry and worry,
and lack of rest, throw n Heavy etrain
on the kidneys. The kidneys slow up
and that tired .feeling and constant
backache arc but natural results. Use
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you. ABk your neighbor!
A Missouri Case
Miss i. neaay,
Bays: "I had
troublo with my
back and kidneys,
caused by heavy
to Rive away in my
back, l ocean to
suffer from severe
could hardly set
around. My khl
ineys wore weak
and I also suffered
from nervous, dizzy spells and bead
aches. One box of Doan's Kidney
Pills rid me of every symptom of the
Get Doan'a at Anr Stotw, 60c a Box
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A little Hour by any other nnme
would doubtless smeli as wheat.
Cutlcura Soap for the Complexion.
Nothing hotter than Cutlcura Soap
dully and Ointment now mid then as
needed 'to mnke the complexion clear,
scalp clean' and hands soft nnd white".
Add to this the fascinating, fragrant
Cutlcura Trlcum and you hnve the
Cutlcura Toilet Trio. Adv.
"What la the world did Helen marry
that old derelict for?"
"For the salvage, 1 guess."
Unless you see the safety " Bayer Cross" on tablets, you
are not getting genuine Aspirin prescribed by physicians for over
20 years, and proved safe by millions.
Safety first! Insist upon an unbroken "Bayer Package" containing
proper directions for Headache, Neuralgia, Colds, Earache, Toothache, Neuritis,
Rheumatism, Lumbago and Pain generally. Made and owned strictly by Americans.
Handy tin boxes of 12 tablets cost but a few cents Larger packages
Aaalifa to the trade mark of Bajar lunufaetura af UonoaceUeaaidMtar af Sallcrliotatt
"I have used Pe-ru-na lor
years in cases of colds and
catarrh. The results have been
good, in fact, more than you
claimed. Have also taken
Lacupia and can easily say it
is one of the best blood puri
fiers I have ever used."
Mr. J. F. Arendt
a catarrhal dliordcrtry Pc ru-ca. It
Tablets or Liquid
HAD FORGOTTEN THE CLOCK
Little Story Has a Moral for Those
Who Fail to Heed the Early
Call of Duty.
With n horrified ntr.it, .lolin Spooks
uwoko from a sound sleep and lis
tened. Thump ! yi'liiimp ! Thump !
Yes; there It was anaiii. It was no
"Oood-nlKlU !" lie cried. '-'My heart !
I never knew before t' J had onel"
Thump! Thump! Thump I
"Kvellna," erled the unfortunate mnti
to his wife, "my heart'-J had I Itun
round to the druggist's- nnd get me
some medicine. Oh, this is horrible!"
Thump! Thump! Thump!
Spooks, lying on .his hack, felt his
whole body rebound with the terrific
force of the pumping.
Thump! Thump! Thump!
The very pictures on the wnll seem
ed to sway dizzily with the vibration.
The agonized man could stiind It no
longer. Leaping up in bed he grabbed
the pillow to his heart to smother the
sounds of that awful thumping, nnd
found that his alarm clock hnd been
under his pillow ticking hnrshly.
He bad shoved it under there when
It had started to ring two hoiirs before.
Eugene was leaving for New York
alone. Ills brother wrote out for him
a telegram announcing his safe nr
rlvnl, which he charged the youngster
to send as boon as he reached his des
tination. No telegram came. After burning'
up the wires to assure himself of the
youngster's safely the older brother
awnlted with Interest Eugene's first
It said, "I arrived safe, so I did not
think It necessary to send the tele
gram." Mammon has enriched his thousands
and has damned his ten thousands.
The political whitewash brush cov
ers n multitude of freckled reputations.
P. D. Q.
A to bo of P. t. Q. makes "''
quart of Ibe .atjoogeat bum killer on
The raw chemical, P. D. Q. Part
Devll'n uletui pal" th e-yerlaatlna; 10
hecl-nuK", roachc, ante 'and ft. Peaky
bed-bug cB-t elt where P. D. Q M
ued. a It leawea eoalln. on their
ciuca and prevent hatching.
A bojt of P. I). Q roc farther then
o. barrel of !d.fahtonfd liun hlller.
P. D. Q. will not rot or rtaln clothing,
kill flf on log. YnoV ilrwrglftt h
It or he can get, 11 for yoo, o sent pre
paid en. receipt of price by lh Owl
Chemical Work, Terr Haute, Indiana.
.Accidental ,tleoery. Hon. o "'m'v ''
dinar apples In tbe frtHh elate wllh"l
KUgar, aelil or lltuldl cot lee Inan joo
bunhel, Veip perfect In wooden. Btnn or
gin container without ecallng. In ordinary
room, TarlleuUr free. Dr. HullwolcJ, J
TlHlllnRer Iltdg.. B.,.Joerph. Mo.
FOH FHKK I.IHT OK FAKMH with .eerlp
tlon and Jjrlce wrlle K tl. Denny, 1I0 Me
Cnui.lnn.1 Ave., Ht. Mulii, Mlnurl.
Ornie in Miirthcantern town for Com iMuit
at I17& to J270 an acre. 'Write for Mrt.
J. O. Kchaum. Oelweln, Iowa.
I Wniil Ileal llnrgaln In fheup Farm. Send
description, price, ffasliet term, picture,
etc. F. Kl'her. 1437 Av. Hi, liUI.
KOtlTtVUV a(MOVIB h Dr. Iterr'a
rU OlntMBt Toot rtW('". .
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Its Weight in Gold"
Writes Mrs. K. I. Griffin from her
home in Franklin, N. II. "I feel Ilka
a new person. Stomach feels tine af
ter eating all from taking your won
derful eatonic. It's worth its weight,
Millions of sufferers from sour, ncid,
gassy stomachs, heartburn, Indigestion,
bloating, full feeling after eating,
should try eatonic. Just try it that's
all, and get relief, new life, strength
and pep. It. produces quick, sure nnrl
safe results, because cntonlc takes up
the harmful acids ond poisons nnd
carries them right out of the body.
Of course, when the cause is remover,
the sufferer gets well quick!
The cost Is n trifle. Your druggist
will supply entonic, so, If you want
belter health, all you need do Is try
It TODAY. You will surely feel blR
benefits nt once. Adv.
ft r, nr.a C.nlnr And I
Beauty to Gray and Faded Hair!)
two. Mia i.ou ac aroirCTiiB.
Hlneoi Chf rn. W. I'fltrhorrlP.TT.Y.
HINDERCORNSr'Krmores Onrr. Ca-
louses, etc, atops alt pain, ensure comfort to tbo
fet, make walitlnt? easv. 16c br raatl or at ImsH
The Neighbor Found 6uf. A
A young woman was out In the front
yard with ifn oil can "oiling" tho drV
dellons so that they woiilil meet with
an early death. A neighbor cninw
along and asked her whnt she was df
ing. She nonchalantly replied that shw
was "oiling the grass so the low
mower would run ea''cr." Kxcharyfcw.
No Such Animal.
"What Is your opinion of n man vfho
constantly deceives his. wife?" "That
hu Is n myth," replied J. Fuller Gloom,