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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 7 November 1902

I 5S39,9,J-9,a-'9'9'99,9-9,5O-9fl'9l3-3,9v3v913,S'-35,9a53fl91J0 Avowed Wis "DoyU.... i $ .vnt eh Iot Vie Uti4. & :-tteew&e-$fr&fre live well San Franuisco, Cal., Oct. 1902. Having becotno acquainted with Still Ltiko City, wo again turn westward eager to reach the Goldon Gate. Cross ing Nevada is as uninteresting, as the lack of vegetation is complete. Sand dunes greet the eye at every turn, compared with which the sand hills of Nebraska, coveicd with verdant pastur age, are a paradise. Hundreds of miles may be travolcd in this dreary, forsaken waste without sighting a living creature, other than the section crew and operators who aro hero as hermits, making it possible for a rail road io tie the Atlantic and Pacific to gether in bonds of steel. Hut this barrenness is not to last always. With the oys of fnith, I can see the east densely populated and tbo young men and maidens covenanting to begin life" together tor better or for worse. With bravo hearts, and a -strong de...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 7 November 1902

X 'V ' , '.. V MOVETDMURDER LADRONE8 AGAIN ACTIVE WITH OUTRAQE8. A GANG OF OUTLAWS KILL President of a Town Hat His Head Cut Off and His Wife Slashed Charges that Were Preferred Against the Victims. MANILA. A portion of a gang of Ladrones, operating on the Island of Dlllrlan, north of Leyte, where they committed various outrages, crossed oyer to the island of Leyte last Wed nesday and entered n small town near Carlgara. Hero they captured and be headed the president of tho town, murdered his wife, whom they slashed with boloa, and abducted tho presi dent's children. Tho motive of this crlmo Is said to have been tho pres ident's friendliness with the Ameri cans. Ladrones are again active in the provinces of Rlzal and Bulucan, Lu zon. Members of the native constab ulary engaged these bandits twice dur ing the past week at points clase to Manila, and succeeded In killing a number of them. The constabulary is capable of suppressing these Ladrones. Reports received hero indicate that the...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 7 November 1902

-2-Z '-. - immmmmm --. ( 1 P '1 1? -I PUBLISHED CVERY FI1IDAY. TnciaTPuWlcStloTuT Butte Countu. T. J. O'KCEFK.. EDITOR. (Knterod nt t lio Tostofflro at Alliance, Nebraska, n Scconu-Olass Mull MatUsr.1 HAT OP 8UBS0RIPTION. Par year (In advance) 61.80 ITIirco months...... WccnUi Six months......"....., T58amplocoplffrcotoiinyndUresi IST Advertising- rule utndo known on application. "Our Man Mickey" got there, but ho ran behind his ticket in Box Butte county. Kansas and North and South Dakota were carried by re publicans by small pluralities. Utah also went republican, Nevada democratic, Wyoming, Idaho and Montana rcpub tican. Utah shows a largo socialist vote. Republicans in Ohio made a clean sweep on the state ticket and although they gained no congressmen over last election they increased their pluralities. Republicans carried Maryland but their representatives will bo four republicans and two democrats which is a gain of two for democrats, Of the states in which the returns arc com...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 7 November 1902

will provide tho turkey I'll see that tho Ocorr.o IiarltiiR tho furniture Dealer. i-5 1 f 'I. 2tev W -aV V J.T ' r e M) j. j. x TttpMiA S?taVa tot AUt&U, "Bu i I ,v VD TC. "Kl&xin . MAUPIN's WAY OF THINKING AFTER THK BATTLE. Election's past and lost or won, according as you view it, But if you've lost just ginger up; it does no good to rue it. There's much to do to push ahead the town in which you're living, So grab a hold and don't let go, your best assistance giving. Don't knockl The knocker is a man who injures all his neighbors, And strives to nullify tho good they do by public labors. Don't knockl But when a move is made yield to it your compliance And help to whoop it good and strong for booming young Alliance. Election's past and won or lost 'tis use less to regret it; And if you've had it handed you 'tis best that you forget it. There's work that you should haste to do a work that's now awaiting. So grab a hold and set to work, new ways of trade creating. Don't knock...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 7 November 1902

i ,1 l.t4H'W414$4$'i$ NEBRASKA -tMWW$$"H4HH44$frH4 SHOOTING 18 A MYSTERY. Victim Refuses to Tell How the Injury Wat Received. SILVER CREEK-Monfiay after noon a man was found at tho coal house west of town yelling for dear life. He was taken In chargo and on examination was found to havo been shot directly under tho left shoulder blade. Tho man Is about SO years of age, gives his namo as James J. Fran cis, says he 1b from Baltimore, but refuses to talk further. Three hours after tho shooting a man boarded an eastbound freight west of town and persons seeing him say he answers the description of the bub who was with Francis. The doc tor gives little hopes of the woaadeel aaa's recovery. COLUMBUS. Chief of Police Shack received a description of a man wanted at Silver Crook and within twenty minutes had hlB man in Jail. Ha was afterwards sweated by Sheriff Burnes, but absolutely rofuBod to say a word. ,When searched ho had a new Smith ft Wesson 38-callber revolver and a bottle of somo k...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 7 November 1902

Jh 1 !No. No. No. II No" I No. i No. No. No. V - No. 'a ' . No. fi't ' 55 ' V. ft V t l yrii C, L Y Have you seen our line of Overcoats this season. We have some Elegant .( ( REGA- one NewYow; TIME TABLE Alliance, Neb, 81 LINCOLN, DENVER, OMAHA, HELENA, CHICAGO, BUTTE, ST. JOSEPH, SALT LAKE CITY, KANSAS CITY, POl-TLAND, ST. LOUIS, SAN FRANCISCO, and nil points cast and points west and south. Thains Leave as Follows, Mountain Time 41 Passenger dally. Doadwood, Billings, nil points north and west 10:33 a.m. 43 Passenger dally. Lincoln, Omaha, Chicago and all points east 1:40 a.m. 301 Passongcr dally, for Denver Ogdon.Balt Lane, San Fran cisco and ull intermediate points, departs at... 1:40 a.m. 303 Passenger dally from Denver ana all Intermediate points, arrives at lC.30a.ni. 43 Local passenger dally from Omaha, Lincoln and Inter mediate points arrives at.... 5:5b a. m. 44 Local passenger dally, for Omaha, Lincoln and lntermo dlato points, departs at 4:00 a.m. , SOoDally, except Sunda...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 7 November 1902

tb 4 "' The News at Hemingford .KEITH L. PIERCE, RlPOHTEn. Keith L. Plerco IS fullr authorised to. so licit subscriptions and Job work nnd collect and receipt for amo, and transact all otnor buslncs fit connection with his position ns ftti Accredited representative of this paper.j B. A M. TIME TABLE. PaMcniccr trains leave Uomlngford, dully, as follows! ... , ., No. 41, west.. .8: 40a.m. I No. 42, cast.. .3:44 p.m. All reirulnr trains carry passengers. Mike Shlmek was In town Wednes day. Willie Walker is very 111 with pneumonia, Sam Srav&cr was up from Alllaneo Monday. Ira Rcodwas In town on ofllctnl busi ness Saturday. A. II. McLaughlin brought In the re turns from Lawn precinct. C. Olds and W. M, Iodenco went to Alliance Tuesday evening. Roy Drown has been vlstttng with his parents hero for a fow weeks. Miss Alexander is visiting with her mother, Mrs. Alexander, for a fow weeks. S. W. Christy of Johnson, Nob., dis posed of a car load of apples to our merchants this week. 0, Ol...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 14 November 1902

i&&ejtJk. The Alliance Herald. i-s-k!;- OFFICIAL PUBLICATION OF BOX BUTTE OOUNTY WE MAKE A BPEOIALTV AND UIMI.T UbMUUHRIlu T PAPER IN THE OOUNTY. $ OFHIGIHCLABBOOMMEH UIL fMIMTIHO. BPLEN DID PnBBBEB AND TYPE. EPv $3s-s yj;.;.,... VOLUME IX. ALLIANCE, BOX BUTTE COUNTY, NEBRASKA? FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1902, NUMBER 47 tcjL W! & - . t ythvt X m ' u Groceries. Sa99 S Why not get sonle nice, fresh 2 Fruits and Groceries at Our Store. Largest and S best assorted stock in 5 iNTorthwestern Nebraska, Prices are right. S Quality the best. We want 5 your trade. I Alliance Grocery Co. 1 Minnesota High Grade Fancy Patent Flour, "Richelieu. m The Best Flour on Earth. Sold Only by... LEE ACHESON. .j J. Bj Miller, Auctioneer. Dr. Allen, dentist, opera house. Be sure U C C. & C. and see their stock of saddles. E. E. Ford came in from Omaha Mon day where he marketed cattle. Collins & Morrison, saddles, always in in stock at Clough & Collins. Dr. Bcllwaod u,-as called to the -ran...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 14 November 1902

W.W.Norton's Large Department Store. VLortti Means an EXTRA such low prices on these Thirty the biggest business 1 ever had this the best month of the year. values at this store, but during this sale I am going to sell you good goods at such low prices that you will always appreciate it. t . T7-, ,,,,,., lemember that on Dec. 31, at I WILL GIVE AWAY 1 S251 TO A ticket will be given for every dollar in cash that you pay into our store, whether on purchases or paid on account, entitling the holder to a chance on prizes worth from $1 to $100. LADIES', MISSES QM CHILDREN'S CLOAKS. $5.65 buys Ladies' M Coat worth $8.00 $9.95 " Ladies' Ji Coat worth 5 12, 00 S2.95 " Ladies' Jacket, worth $5.00 S4.50 Ladies' Jacket, worth SG.50 $8.95. " Ladies' Tan Jacket, worth $12.00 $4.95 buys Misses' Coat, worth $5.50 $2.48. 32.48 " Misocs' Jacket, worth S5.00 buys Children's Coat with Muffler and Hood to Match and worth $5.00. 95 cents buys Children's Coats that are worth $2.50. . lwr,Wl....i.,...i. ,...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 14 November 1902

'& i '5' ' itfJT i F- A. t 3-33-3-M5-399?fl5599M5fl5v391J99'5'99'?& voxnvA, ve c5efte.e&&6 - &66 - & - 6 - 66e - San Fkancisco, Cal., October, 1002. continued. Yesterday I visited the Presidio, the barracks and fortifications guarding tho dolden Gate, where I met Sergeant Frank Judson who has spent six months in the Philippines -and four months at tho Pre sidio since leaving Alliance. Ho secured a forty-eight hour furlough and proceeded to make my stay in San Francisco the most interesting. Military authorities, who have made a study of tho world's fortifications, assert that the works, guns, etc., about the Golden Gate constitute the mo?t impregnable fortress on tho globe, and the greater part has been completed by Uncle Sam since the Hispano-Amori-can scuQlo. I was surprised indeed to be informed that Gibraltar is not to be considered as a strongly fortified point in comparison with our stronghold which stands as the guard ian of San Francisco. It is a matt...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 14 November 1902

I 4 PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. nrrininl Dnhllrnilnn nf Roy v;;.i.iiu-iuii-..i..MU"w UUUB UJUUlUi T. J. O'KEEFE, .EDITOn. Entered nt tho Vosiofllco at Alliance, Nebraska, u Second-Glass Mall Mattcr.l nATKS OP SUBSOniPTION, I'eryearlln ttdvanco) $l.MThroqinontli;.... 40tSnt; Mx months 788amplocopUsfrentoanyftddrOTi XV Advertising ratci raado known on application. The City at Alliance, AlUanco In a thriving, pushing, growing llttlo city of 3500 souls, With a future full of proralso-lndecd, so bright In tho outlook, lfc Is freely predicted that within flvo yoarstt will haro a popula tion of from 6000 to 8000. In till of Northwest Nebraska thoro is no town, In point of population and volume of buslnoss, that can approach It, Its railroad facilities aro tho host, being located on tho main lino of tho great Burlington and Missouri Hirer railroad system; and Its schools and churches aro not surpassed nny whero. Itspcoplo are hospitable, cntorprlslng nnd Intelligent, Its climate Is healthful, I...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 14 November 1902

V- "VS & -a. :i TNX.axWs")D& o ivtvVlu$... ... They ran me for tho Senate- At least that's what they Said. Alas, the other fellow ' '! Came out way yon ahead. I had my eye upon a desk, My easy chair I'd picked. Alas for my ambition, I done Got :- Licked. t " lEleven hundred fellows, Republicans each one, Said I would get their ballots, But just look how I run. "When I believed their promise ' I was completely tricked. They voted their straight ticket And I Got, Licked. , "Well, what's the bloomin' diffrence? I am alive and well, Ho matter if my party Got beat and beat like thunder, I smile and take it easy; , And nary time I kicked; I'm feelin' fat and sassy ' Though I Got Licked. V w Early in the campaign while, per "haps, influenced somewhat by partisan .zeal, I passed some strictures on the quality of the editorials in the Lincoln Evening Star. I seize this occasion to apologize, to withdraw my asser tions and to make public my error. During the campaign the Star was not ...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 14 November 1902

IU I UATOhINQ QIOANTIO FISH. MtukctlQ jc or I.itfe 6oprlot An hlonitftri. Choac- S. Osborne, railroad commits stonor of Michigan, formerly stato namo Warden, Bays Uio flrBt Umo he Ilflhed In tho famous waters of Lake Superior's north shoro 1b mcmorablo as giving htm the surprise of his life, "A party of us had gone therein n yacht," ho said, "and anchoring in tho shelter of a llttlo Island, thought wo would try for muskollunge. Most of s took, boats and went out in portion of two and three. "I was the first one In my boat to got a bite, and when I landed It tho fish weighed twenty-two pounds. Wo caught several mora of that size, and as it was many times bettor than any fishing wo had ever had boforo I novor doubted ours bad been a remark iblo bucccss. I was thinking how tho atlier follows on tho yacht would staro at our catch, and how they Would secretly envy us whon wo pulled back o that vessel. "Wo wcro tho first to return," said Mr. Osborne, according to tho Now York Times, "and ...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 14 November 1902

JL V T v i 11LE GENTLE SPUING. POET ROUSED TO FRENZY GLAD SEASON. BY THE filntnorlst of the Baltimore American Striae Together a, Few Vagrant Tories to Celebrate the Advent of the Crocus Bads nnd Other Things. Behold the robin Blngeth from early dawn till night; and thoy that sell tho .gnrdon seeds do work with main and might to cultivate the custom of tho Jooi suburbanite. Yea, verily, the bluebird atop tho .garden fence, to chirp his merry mel ody doth eagerly commence but stop poth for tho Insect that tempts his hungry eonse. Tho peach crop in Hew Jorsoy is Irosted as of yore 'til told in daily telegrams and messages galore and thus wo know that gontle Bpring Is lu our midst onco more. Tho gontle poet eeoketh for "mouth" to Qnd a rhyme, und,writeth gladBomo ditties about tho Joyous time; and frlskoth all his pockets to And a way ward dime. Tho livoly Iris tlnteth tho breast of burnished dove in ballads ponnod as parodies and winding up with lovo tho which to tho wasto basket got ...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 14 November 1902

. a i fnXi i.iii i ii -ii ft . &.Tt iRRL-R'R ft. II IT'S NO SECRET o The Boys' School Shoes. yjt. i OF COURSE. We have been and are now doing the MEN'S A3STD BOYS' CLOTHING BUSINESS of this section. Never before in Alliance or surrounding country ha-ve the people had the chance to see such an up-to-date line of 60ME- AN06EE They are perfect fitting ft $$$ FAMOUS X mm M BiK m 1 & ? m i i H- MEN'S r-,f wtFfvuiw r ' - i We are specialists in our line and we have gained 'suprem-fs5lSlwK1s acy solely upon the merits of our goods and our reasonable feSl;:v; prices. We have won it by employing the most modern wfij$ffi -T methods, ammunition and armament of the latest and finest W-fif, f qualities, and our small-calibre prices have done the rest, m EVERY LINE WE CARRY. f Is Superlatively the Best. Ik WlfSMh Iffil I - i - G & "a ar- "JDe ovc v& So& 3Vs&ts far v& Best ot Standard Lines. Goods that need no advertising from us, as they are advertised in all the leadi...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 21 November 1902

kMLA Ml -& j'Xty hi 4-H4H,s4H :$$&$ $Ht' OFFICIAL PUBLICATION A OF BOX BUTTE COUNTY & AND ONLY DEMOCRATIC PAPER IN THE COUNTY . WE MAKE A SPECIALTY orHIQH OLASBCOMMKR- OIAL PRINTINQ. BPLEN DID PRESSES AND TYPE, ::-$K43$ SVWWW'&fr&Wb zzxz VOLUME IX, ALLIANCE, BOX BUTTE COUNTY, NEBRASKA FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1902, NUMBER 48 F f C4UM, ALLIANCE Herald F Groceries. L & m m J Why not get,- I j some nice, fresh. Fruits and S Groceries at Our Store. 3 Largest and 5 best assorted S J stock in 5 Northwestern S Nebraska, Prices are right. S Quality the best. S We want J 5 your trade. s I Alliance Grocery Go. U Minnesota High Grade Fancy Patent Flour, Richelieu The Best Flour, on Earth. Sold Only by... LEE ACHESON. )) .t- Dr. Allen, dentist, opera house. Be sure U C C. & C. and see their - ,v "' Collin's & MoVrison, saddles, always in f , in stock at Clough & Collins. J. A. Heist is moving his house from the v - ranch to town. He has five lots in Dun-v- can's ...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 21 November 1902

1. attiCssgscfet&ftgigt--tf&-frgg-gg-g-g-g-'i MRS. HAROLD STAGG. Copyright, 1890 and 1891 by Robert Bonner' Son. 9m99mm99m999m99099999999- CHAPTER I. "Thero is only ono thing to bo dono," said Mrs. Harold Stagg, as tho outcomo of Bomo minutes of reverio, during which Bho eat tapping ono of her feet nervously, on tho carpet and staring Into spaco with a barassod ex pression in her dark blue oyes, "we must tako thorn in." "It is exceedingly kind of you to Bnggest It, Emma," replied hor hus band. Tho B&mo idoa had occurred to him, but h,o had refrained from putting it into words, for ho realized that tho burden of establishing threo orphanod chlldron in tho houBO would fall almost ontlroly on hiB wlfo. Tho additional oxpenso would bo a very small consideration; tho important factors in tho caso woro tho care, wor ry and responsibility necessary in volved. Ho would doubtless have deemed it his duty to proposo tho plan himself after a tlmo, had his vifo not dono so, but this ...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 21 November 1902

rrr- I w 1 V r Li s- ' "3PV L' 13W-" 5?'- t. FC iV M k ' W.W.Norton's Large Department Store. Aoith of Merchandise In Thirty Days Means an EXTRA EFFORT on my part. This I will do by making such low prices on these goods that it will move them. In October I did the biggest business I ever had since I came to Alliance. I want to make this the best month of' the year. You always get good goods and the best values at this store, but during this sale I am going to sell you good goods at such low prices that you will always appreciate it. lemember that on Dec. 31, at 8D,m.. I WILL GIVE AWAY $251 worth OF Gifts TO MY PATRONS. A ticket will be given for every dollar in cash that you pay into our store, whether on purchases or paid on account, entitling the holder to a chance on prizes worth from $1 to $100. LADIES', MISSES and CHILDREN'S CLOAKS. 5.65 buys Ladies' X Coat worth 8.00 $9.95 " Ladies' H Coat worth 12.00 $2.95 " Ladies' Jacket, worth 5.00 4.50 " Ladies' Jacket, worth $6.50 $8.95....

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 21 November 1902

Tr 3taraft& ie IJDovVi... .1 MriniTrrr'' , fc "MleiU, "MhWVen fcttosy mv4 &VmVmi Jot U&4. SEATTLn, Wash., Oct. 3X. After a six-day tour of San Francisco and environs, tho long trip to Van couver was begun via tho Southern, Northern and Canadian Pacific lines. The Southern Pacific runs to Sacra mento, thence northward into tho beau tiful and luxuriant Sacramento Valley, and on in its winding way, encircling Mt. Shasta, to Portland, Oregon. If the most imaginative man had been as signed the task of planning mountain scenery, his ideal would scarcely havo approached that presented by tho Shasta route in grandeur. Shasta not only rises moro than 500 feet higher than Pike's Peak, but it lifts its snow-white crest at a point whore no competitor is nearer than fifty miles, which causes it to stand out double its real height, while the Colorado peak is so nearly upon a level with several of its towering neigh bors that tho uninitiated are kept guess ing as to which is the real P...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 21 November 1902

i,f - ' . f- & f 6' A f 1 " 'v r fI-T'- IPv' i.' CURES FOR TOOTHACHE. Xlemedlca Thnt Do Not Ajipenl to tba flN . Ordinary M" TOdny. . Tho man In dental anguish some times curscfl with BurnB "tho venotnod stang that shoots his tortured gums' slang." Sometimes, on tho other hand, ho prays, fcjc Augustlno In his "Con Xcaslons" relates how ho oneo Buffered from "dolor dcntlum" (toothache), ap parently In an aggravated form, for ho could not speak. Thcroupon bo jflrroto on vrax a prayer to God for the other brethren to repeat, and as soon -as all were on their fences tho pain went "But what a pain!" ho says. ""Never Blnco my tendorago had I ex perienced the like." Southey In his "Llfo of John AVceloy" tells of that 'eminent preacher that when his own "tooth ached ho prayed and the pain left him. Unfortunately ordinary men do not Becm to havo such cfllcaclons faith. When the excruciation begins, they must bear It philosophically, and on Shakespeare's authority toothache Unds out just ...

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