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About Valentine Democrat. (Valentine, Neb.) 1900-1930 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 26, 1901)
Last year there were 192,705 miles
of telegraphic lines and 933,153 miles
of wire in the United States.
Clear vhito clothes are a sign that tho
housekeeper uses Rod Cross Boll Blue
Largo 2 oz. package , 5 cents.
The first iron forge in English
North America was located at Rayn-
ham in the year 1652.
"New York City , June 12th , 1901. I heart
ily recommend GarfieldTea for liver trouble.
' Our family "physician prescribed your Tea ,
! and after taking four packages' my system
is in perfect condition and my complexion
has become clear. " It has been demonstrat
ed by years of use throughout the world that
Garnold Tea cleanses the system and purifies
the blood ; from all reports itwould seem
that nothing can equal this simple herb med
icine that cures in Nature's way.
" If life be so sweet that we are un
willing to part with it , how comes in
its bitter part.
WISCONSIN FAKM LANDS.
The best of farm lands can be ob
tained now in Marinette County , Wis
consin , on the Chicago , Milwaukee &
St. Paul Railway at a low price and on
very favorable terms1. Wisconsin is
noted for its fine crops , excellent
markets and healthful climate. Why
, rent a farm when you can buy one
much cheaper than you can rent and
in a few years it will b'e your own
property. For particulars address
F. A. Miller , General Passenger Agent ,
Chicago , Milwaukee St. Paul Rail
way , Chicago.
The French President's Gnards.
Paris has always paid $13,500 a year
to the detectives who guard the Pres
ident of France , but has just refused
to do so longer , and the national gov
ernment has assumed the ask. Twelve
detectives are hired for the purpose.
Sir Henry's Henry.
H. B. Irving , the elder of Sir Henry
Irving's two sons , was 31 on August
5. As an author he is winning rec
ognition by his books. Mr. Irving be
longs to the greatly increasing band
of university men who have become
actors , for he was educated at Oxford.
It is now ten years since he made his
M first appearance on the stage , which
MI he left for a time in order to finish
I his reading for the bar.
Attempted Jackson's Life.
An attempted assassination of ths
President of the United States little
remembered now was that of Andrew
Jackson , on January 30 , 1835 , by Rich
ard Lawrence , as the former was leav
ing the rotunda of the capitol after
attending the funeral of a congress
man. Lawrence snapped' two pistols
at the president , but the percussion
caps exploded in each case without
igniting the powder. Lawrence was
found to be insane.
One touch of necessity makes the
whole world a skin
If You Want Chromes
Buy inferior goods and the dealers
will throw them. But if you want De
fiance Starch go to your grocer and
he will sell you a 16 ounce package for
ten cents. The only premium that
goes with it is the merits and quanti
ty. At your grocers. Made by Mag
netic Starch Co. , Omaha , Neb. None
other "just as good. "
' The size of each thread , as spun
by the silk worm , is one two-
hundreth part of an inch in diameter.
You can't tell a thing about a .kiss-
able mouth just by looking at it
"What is the use of employing1 some one
to do your dyeing for you. If you use
PUTNAM FADELESS DYES you can
do it just as well as a professional.
Sold by druggists , lOc. per package ,
Teak , the famous English ship
building wood , weighs 41.06 pounds to
the cubic foot.
"We may stand on the highest hill
if we are only willing to take steps
DO YOUR CLOTHES LOOK YELLOWT
If so , useRod Cross Ball Blue. It'willmake
themwhite as snow. 2 oz. package 5 cents.
"When a man agrees with you in
everything , he will bear watching
when your back is turned.
I am sure PIso's Cure for Consumption saved
my life three years ago. Mrs. THOS. ROBBINS ,
.Maple Street , Norwich , N. Y. , Feb. 17,1SOO.
Corbett's Paris Saloon.
James J. Corbett , e rstwhile pugilist ,
has decided that Americans who visit
Paris in future will not suffer. So
Corbett has arranged to open an
American saloon there which will be
the wonder of the Parisians.
Xnsson Almost a Memory.
To the present generation of music
lovers the name of Christine Nilsson
is in the nature of a tradition. Mme.
Nilsson today is better known as the
Countess de Miranda. Her birthday
occurred on August 3 , when she was
58. Her first appearance was made
in London in 1867 , and she has sung
only in some half dozen operas "The
Magic Flute , " "Martha , " "Don Juan , "
"Faust" 'and "Robert the Devil. "
Schmidt , Champion Rifle Shot.
Private Schmidt , of Company D.
Fourteenth United State infantry , now.
camped at the rifle range near Mount
Clemens , Mich. , made a score at shoot
ing at 600 yards that the broke the
record of the whole army. The target
was a dummy man. Nineteen out of
twenty of his shots took effect , any
of which would have caused instant
death in a living man , while the twen
tieth shot would have inflicted a seri
ous or fatal wound. Schmidt's achieve
ment is said to be not only unparal
leled in United State arm rifle shoot
ing records , but also without precedent
A Big ; Trej for St Loots.
An effort is to be made to remove
a large red oak tree from the wildest
section of Arkansas to Forest park ,
St. Louis , for the Louisiana Purchase
exposition. The tree is 160 feet high
and 12 feet in diameter at the base.
A double tramway will be built from
the tree to the river , where it will be
floated and towed to St Louis. The
tree will be dug up by the roots in
stead of being cut down , and none
of the branches will be trimmed.
IS AT RK
All That is Mortal of "William McKinley
Laid in the Grave.
STREETS Of CANTON OVERFLOW
Special and Regular Tralni Brine Thotu-
anda The Casket Not Opened ' In the
Home Services at the Church of a
Very Simple Character.
CANTON , 0. , Sept. 20. The streets
of Canton yesterday morning were
filled with waving'plumes , prancing
horses and densely packed bodies of
moving men assembling here for the
procession which is to escort the re
mains of the late president from the
church to the Westlawn cemetery this
afternoon. All night long .civic , mil
itary and fraternal organizations from
the four quarters of the compass had
been pouring into the mass of human
ity already here , , and the early morn
ing trains deposited other thousands.
So fast the trains arrived , following
on each other's heels , that there ap
peared to be one continuous string of
cars unloading their human freight
through the , depots into the congested
streets beyond. Thirty special trains ,
in adition to the regular trains , had
arived before noon. The biggest
crowd in the history of Canton , which
was during the campaign of 1896 , es
timated at over 60,000 was exceeded
The people overflowed the sidewalks
and literally packed the streets from
side to side. The greatest crush , of
course , was in East Tuscarawas , the
principal thoroughfare , and North
Market street , on which the McKinley
cottage and the Harter residence are
The face of the dead president was
seen for the last time when it lay in
state yesterday at the court house.
The casket was not opened after it
was removed to the McKinley resi
dence and the members of the family
had no opportunity to look upon the
silent features. The casket was seale-1
before it was borne away.
The decorations of the First Meth
odist Episcopal church , where tho
funeral services were held , were elab
orate and impressive. > Over 4,000
yards of drapery were used. Over the
front interior , as the funeral party
entered , covering the organ loft , ther3
was stretched from wall to wall pan
eled drapery , blck , as midnight. It
was of nun's veiling , fifty-two feet
long and fifteen feet high. The pan
els were formed of white satin ribbons
tvo inches wide. The choir loft rail
ing was richly hung with nun's veil
ing , arranged in festoons with silk
drapery tassels between the festoons.
The pulpit rostrum was heavily cov
ered with black cloth and the pulpit
itself was draped with rich silk crepe.
An excellent portrait of the late pres
ident as fastened to the front of tho
pulpit and was gracefully draped. Tho
chancel rail and all of the wood work
about the front of the church was a
mass of black.
The services in the church were sim
ple. They began with the rendition
of an organ prelude , Beethoven's fu
neral march , played by Miss Florence
Douds. As the last notes of the pre
lude were stilled the Euterpean ladies'
quartet of Canton sang "The Beautiful
Isle of Somewhere. " Rev. 0. B. Mil-
ligan , pastor of the First Presbyterian
church of Canton , delivered the invo
The ninetieth psalm was read by
Dr. John Hall of Trinity Lutheran
church of Canton , and that portion of
the fifteenth chapter of First Corinth-
, ians included between the forty-first
and fifty-eighth verses was read bv
Rev. E. P. Herbrouch of the Trinity
Reformed church of Canton. The fav
orite hymn of President McKinley.
"Lead , Kindly Light , " was then rend
ered by a quartet of two male and two
female voices. When this hymn was
finished Dr. C. E. Manchester , pastor
of the First Methodist church , deliv
ered his address.
' At the conclusion of Dr. Manches
ter's discourse Bishop I. W. Joyce of
Minneapolis delivered a short prayer.
The hymn , "Nearer , My God , to Thee , "
was sung by the entire congregation.
The people remained standing after
the closing of the hymn while the
benediction was pronounced by Mgr.
T. P .Thorpe of Cleveland.
The casket was then .borne from' the
church to the funeral car and the
march of tie procession to the cem
Brakeinnn Falls From Train.
COLUMBUS , Neb. , Sept. 20. Thom
as Gorman , a Union Pacific brakeman ,
fell from his train near Central City
and was probably fatally injured.
Important to tho Kairnllans.
HONOLULU , Sept , 13. ( Via San
Francisco , Sept. 20. United States
Judge Estee has decided that the con
stitution of the United States was ex
tended tc the Hawaiian Islands by the
Newlands resolution , sustaining the
decision of Circuit Judge Gearand
reversing the supreme court of Ha
waii. The decision was rendered in
the case of A. J. Poe , convicted ol
manslaughter , without indictment ol
a grand jury , and on verdict of jurors.
WHERE PRESIDENT M'KINLEY LIES
Nearly In View of the L-ate Home of the
CANTON , O. , Sept. 20. Nature has
been kind in selecting the Jast rest
ing place for President McKinley.
West Lawn cemetery is on a high
knoll , overlooking the peaceful valley ,
with the little city of Canton laid out
below. If it were not for an inter
vening church spire one might get
from this elevation a glimpse of the
McKinley home. Here the body ol
William McKinley is laid to rest. The
beauty of the grounds here attracted
the attention of the country's best
landscape gardeners , who have jour
neyed here to study its attractions.
Today it was doubly beautiful , with
the rustling trees giving off theirfirst
yellowed leaves of fall and adding a
golden touch to the green-clad slopes.
Just inside the stately entrance stands
the gray stone vault , where for a time
the casket will repose. Its dreary ex
terior was today relieved by great
masses of flowers , banked all about
until the gray walls were shut out
But in due time it will be taken from
the vault and committed to the little
plot of ground lying farther on. This
is the McKinley lot and here lie his
father , whose name he bore , the moth
er he guarded so tenderly in life , his
brother James , his sister Anna and
his two children. And when the time
comes a stately shaft of granite will
rise above the grave , telling of the
civic virtues , the pure life acd the
martyred death of William McKinley.
WIDOW'S PHYSICIAN HOPEflL
Dr. Rixey Says She is Doing : as Well as
Any Woman Could.
CANTON , O. , Sept. .20. The friends
of Mrs. McKinley do not regard her
as being on the verge of collapse. On
the contrary they express themselves
as quite confident that she will be
spared to them for a long time , in at
least as good a state of health as she
has enjoyed for the last five years.
Dr. Rixey said late this afternoon :
"Mrs. McKinley is bearing up as well
as could be expected under the cir
cumstances. She has been and is still
suffering intensely from her bereave
ment and has frequently given way to
sobs and tears , but for all that she
has been doing as well as any woman
could do under similar circumstances. "
Buffalo Tr.igedy Re-enacted.
WINCHESTER , Ind. , Sept. 20.
Omer Pelee , aged 10 , was fatally shot
while posing as President McKinley
at Buffalo for Emil Miller , a boy of
the1 same age , who was acting the part
of an anarchist. The lads were play
mates and decided to imitate the Buf
falo tragedy. Miller secured his
brother's rifle for. the work. The ball
passed almost through Pelee's stomach
and the physicians say he cannot
Old Soldiers at Webster City.
WEBSTER CITY , la. , Sept. 19. The
old soldiers of Hamilton , Webster ,
Wright , Hardin , Boone and Story
counties had their reunion here. The
principal speaker was President Beard-
shear of the Iowa State Agricultural
college at Ames. The principal ad
dress was by the Hon. Sidney Foster.
Ferris W.heel Collapses.
FLINT , Mich. , Sept. 20. Seven peo
ple were hurt , one probably fatally ,
by the collapse of a Ferris wheel at
the fair grounds here today. The
wheel was loaded with sixteen people
.when it crashed to the ground.
Dr. Rixpy Will Get a Raise.
CANTON , O. , Sept. 20. It has been
officially announced that Medical In
spector P. M. Rixey will be appointed
surgeon general of the navy to suc
ceed Surgeon General Van Reypen
upon the expiration of the latter's term
Will Appeal to Roosevelt.
LONDON , Sept. 20. Mr. Kruger.ac
cording to a dispatch tp the Daily Mail
from Brussels , is preparing a memorial
to President Roosevelt soliciting the
intervention of the United States in
Fell from a Railway Train.
MUSCATINE , la. , Sept. 20 The
mangled remains of a man were founc
on the Chicago & Rock1 Island traci
north of Muscatine. The identity oi
the body was established by papers
found on his person , showing the un-
forunate man to have been Francis
Costello , a 30-year-old son of John Cos-
tello of Davenport. He had faller
from the bumpers of a car on whicl :
he was riding.
Fight on Afghan Frontier.
LONDON , Sept. 20. A dispatch tc
the Times , dated yesterday , from Sim
la , says fighting has occurred at Pei-
war Kotal ( pass ) at the upper end o }
the Kuram valley , between the ameer's
troops and the Jargis , a tribe whicl
has long complained of Afghan oppres
siou. Some hundreds of the tribes-
men moved across the British border
camping on the hills. The ameer * !
troops surprised them , crossing thi
boundary in pursuit
THE LIVE STOCK MARKET.
Latest Quotations From South Omaha
and Kansnft City.
Cattle Very few cattle arrived yester
day , but today receipts were quite lib
eral. Packers seemed to be quite anxious
for supplies and as a result the market
was fairly active on good stuff and fully
steady prices were paid. There were not
very many corn-fed steers offered , but
the quality of some of them was excep
tionally good , as is shown by the fact
that as high as $6.00 was 'paid. Packers
all seemed to want the better grades and
consequently strong prices were paid. The
commoner grades were naturally not as
ready sellers , but still they brought fully
as good prices as were paid on "Wednes
day. The supply of cow stuff continued
liberal today , about forty-five cars being
offered. There was not much change In
the prices paid , the market bc-ing very
close to steady. Some salesmen thought
they had to .take a shade" lower prices ,
but still the better grades sold In about
Wednesday's notches. Bulls , calves and
stags also sold about steady , where the
quality was at all good.
Hogs There were around 100 cars of
hogs in the yards this morning , and al
though the market was quite a little slow
about opening , still when trading did be
gin it was generally on a basis of a 2l c
advance. Some hogs sold no more than
steady , while others were 5c higher , but
as a'general thing the market was close
to 2 c higher. The bulk of all the sales
went from $ G.75 to $ G.SO. At those prices
the market was fairly active and the
bulk was out of first hands in g-ood sea
Sheep Quotations , : Choice yearlings ,
? firstname.lastname@example.org ; fair to good yearlings$3.1513
3.30 ; choice wethers , . $email@example.com ; fair tc
good wethers , ? 3.CO@3.20 ; choice ewes , $2.75
< g > 3.00 ; fair to good ewes , $firstname.lastname@example.org ; choice
spring lambs , $email@example.com ; fair to good'
spring lambs , $4.03 ( 4.30 ; feeder wethers , '
? 2.753.25 ; feeder lambs , $3.003.60.
Cattle Market generally steady ; native'
beef steers , $5.00 < g6.30 ; Texans and Indian
steers , $2.703.75 ; Texas cows , $2.20(82.80 ( ;
native cows and heifers , $2.5005.50 ; stock-
ers and feeders , $firstname.lastname@example.org ; bulls , $2.20 ®
4.25 ; calves , $email@example.com.
Hogs Market strong ; bulk of sales ,
? G.firstname.lastname@example.org ; heavy , $ G.9XQ)7.00 ( ) ; packers , ? G.70
( QU90 ; mixed , $email@example.com ; light , $6.2006.85 ;
Torkers , $firstname.lastname@example.org ; pigs. $email@example.com.
Sheep and Lambs Market steady ; mut
tons , $2.753.55 ; lambs , $firstname.lastname@example.org ; range
wethers , $2.2503.55 ; ewes , $2.7503.10 ; stock-
ers , $2.0002.50 ; feeders , $3.0003.50.
MRS. M'KINLEY BEARS DP WELL
Effort of Those Around Her Directed to
Distracting Attention from'the Fast. -
CANTON , O. , Sept. 21. Mrs. Mc-
Kinleys' condition was favorable yes
terday , more favorable than at any
time since the arrival of the party
from Washington. Her condition dur
ing the last few days was as good as
had been expected and she had con
siderable rest. After 11 o'clock last
night a small military guard main
tained quiet in front of the house that
no noisa might disturb her. It is
hoped by the friends and attending
physicians that she will be able to
leave her room today and give atten
tion to some matters calculated to take
her mind from the depressing incidents
of the last week. To accomplish this
is now the chief aim of her attend
ants. She will be taken for a drive as
soon as possible and everything pos
sible be done to interest her in the
affairs of the future to the exclusion
of affairs of the past.
v The house has been .emptied of all
its guests ; the funeral party , except
Dr. Rixey , Mrs. M. C. Barber , sister
of Mr. McKinley , and several close
Canton relatives having departed dur
ing the night or early morning. A
guard of half a dozen soldiers still
surrounds the house , merely to keep
out the idly curious and to preserve
quiet. A few callers left cards at the
house during the morning , including
Senator and Mrs. Fairbanks.
ALLISON PREDICTS ACTION.
The lown Senator Sure that Coneress
Will Tackle Anarchy.
CHICAGO , Sept. 21 "Congress will
undoubtedly make a thorough investi
gation ofanarchy in the United
States next winter and wil do its ut
most to pass laws for the prevention
of such crimes as that committed
againskPresident McKinley , " said Sen
ator Allison tonight.
"I have no doubt there will be many
joint sessions- the judiciary commit
tees" of the two houses during the
session and the best legal talent of the
land will be called upon to assist the
attorney general in pointing out con
stitutional methods for reaching the
seat of the trouble. The need is evi
dent. The pressure for legislation
will be great , possibly pushing con
gress to go to an unwarranted ex
treme. " Some action will undoubtedly
be taken that is in consonance with
the constitution and will not infringe
on proper freedom of speech.
A number of Boers in Johannesburg
have asked the American government
if they can acquire land in the United
States for settlement.
Caterer Delmonlco Dead.
NEW YORK , Sept. 21. Word was
received in this city of the death in
Colorado of Charles Crist Delmonico ,
the famous caterer , who for years has
been identified with the restaurant
now at Fifth avenue and Forty-sixth
street bearing his name. Death was
due to pulmonary troubles. Mr. Del
monico , in company with his wife ,
whom he married less than a year ago ,
had been in Colorado for some
A Prisoner's Odd Proportion.
Ben De Lamos , a prisoner in. the
Columbus , O. , penitentiary , is prepar
ing a unique request to the authori
ties. He offers to give a bond in $100-
000 if permitted to attend the Grand
Army of the Republic encampment at
Cleveland , saying he has never missed
one. De Lamos was sentenced for a
technical violation of the pension laws.
He is the man who slept in the speak
er's chair in the Alabama house as a
tramp , and within two years was elect
ed a member.
A New Zealand
A graceful act of reverence to the
Duchess of York is reported from
.Ohinemutu , New Zealand. After
alighting from the coach they had to
traverse a rather muddy road leading
to the village. This was noticed by
the native clergyman , Mr. Ratama Te
Awe Kotuku , who took off his korowai
matand , Raleigh-like , threw it in
the worst place on which the duchess
would have to cross.
Popular Countess an American.
The large part which Count von
Waldersee is occupying in public at
tention has brought out many kindly
comments on the countess , which al
ways include a mention of the fact
that she is an American. It is re
called that she is the only woman
who ever came off victorious in en
counters with the late Prince Bis
marck , to whose downfall she is al
leged to have contributed.
Ugly women should always avoid
a glare of jewels.
The Absence of It.
If there is any truth in the saying
that happiness is the absence of all
pain , mental and physical , the enjoy
ment of it can only be found in hea
ven. But so far as the physical is con
cerned , it is within easy reach ; at
least measurably so , as far as cure will
go. The sum of human misery in this
line is made up of greater or less de
grees of physical suffering. The minor
aches and pains which afflict mankind
are easy to reach and as easily cured.
There are none in the whole category ,
which , if taken in time , cannot be
cured. They must in some form af
flict the nerves , the bones , the muscles
and joints of the human body. They
are all 'more or less hurtful and waste
ful to the system. St. Jacob's Oil is
made to cure them , to search out hid
den pain jspots , and to cure promptly
in a true remedial and lasting way.
Very , very many have not known hap
piness for years till they used it , and
vory many are putting off cure and
happiness because they don't use it.
The best policy for a woman is to
extend the chains of her lover.
THE CHEAPEST PAINT
The economy in using
Devoe ready paint is in re
sults more than price. It
covers more and lasts longer
than lead and oil , two to
one ; ten to one of some paint.
Use Devoe ; and figure cost
by the square yard , or year ,
not by the gallon ; it's the
cheapest paint made , figured
Ask the nearest dealer for Devoe ;
insist on having it. Our pamphlet on
paintingfree if you mention this paper.
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On sale Sept. 1C , 23 , 30 ; Oct. 7.
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On sale Sept. 1C , 23 , 20 ; Oct. 7.
S20.2O to Cincinnati , O. . and Retura.
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S25.75 to Buffalo and Return , Dally.
815.35 to St. Lonis , Mo. , and RMnrn.
On sale Tuesdays and Thursdays , Sept. 9
to Oct. 12.
Sll.CO to St. Louis , Mo. , and Retura.
On sale Oct. 7 to 12.
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On sale 1st and 3rd Tuesday of each
Tourist rates on sale DAILY to all sum
mer resorts , allowing stop-overs at De
troit , Niagara Falls , Buffalo and other
points. For rates , lake trips , Pan-Ameri
can descriptive matter and all informa
tion , call at
CITY TICKET OFFICE ,
1415 Farnam Street , ( Pazton Hotel BIIcJ
or wrlto HARRY E. MO ORES ,
G. A. P. D. , Omahu , Neb.
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irated ; over 5OO pages ; liberal commission to agents and a straight guaranteed salary to those la the
advanced .positions. You never had a better opportunity to make big money quickly and ca < Jly than yon
have today. You can make 85OO p r month for the next three months pushing this marreluu * history of a >
great and good and useful life. Strike now , while the Iron Is bor. Do not delay , for every day In worth front
S2O.OO to 1S3O.OO to you. And bear In mind that If you demonstrate to us that you can sell boob ,
that later In the fall we will be willing to employ you under a straight out guaranteed * alary to appoint and
Instruct other agents. This Is the chance of a lifetime. We make our own booka and can ea Ily duplicate
the offer of any other house and will do so. Many of these concerns that are advertising McKinley books are
merely general agents and buy their books from u . We advise you to order from us and thus deal directly
with the manufacturers. Credit given ; freight paid ; outfit free , Write today and send ten ceiita for
pontage on outfit. CO-OPERAT1VK PUB. CO. ( Manufacturers of the ouly official Htm
of McKinley ) , 9O9-35G liEARBOKN STJKEKT , ' CHICAGO.
When you buy starch just
buy starch alone not starch
and premiums. Premiums
are cheap things that may
help to sell a starch but they
don't make it any cheaper.
"Defiance" brand of starch is
the cheapest because the
package is. the largest sold for
10 cents 16 ounces for lOc
and it is the best starch
If your grocer does not keep
it send us his name and we
REQUIRES NO COOKING will send you one trial pack
PREPARED FOR age free.
At Wholesale by
and Paxton & Gallagher ,
Oma.heL , Nebraska.
SOZODONT for the Teeth and Breath 25 *
Af ill Stores , or by Mail for the price. HALL & RUCKEL , New York.
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