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THEPHENOMENAL EARLY CAREER OF^WILLIAM PITT.
AlthoaghSlrkly an* Delicate, Tat.^English Lad Ws^ Intellectually One^of the Moat Remarkable I oaths the^World Haa Ever Known.
Oneof the most remarkable boys the^world ever saw was William 1'itt. lie^astonished folk with his lonrnliic at the^age of seven. He lii-came prime min^^ister of England when he was twenty-^four.
Hewas a sickly boy, but he took ull^the out of door exercise his delicate^frame could bear uud was as eager to^^tudy as most boys are to play. He^would not let his weak Ixxly stop his^work, and he was reading ancient his^^tory at an ace when most children are^reading stories written in words of^one syllable.
Hisfather was the great Karl of^Chatham, and the boy was brought In^^to contact with all the great men of^the time In Knglnnd. When he was^thirteen years old lie wrote a tragedy^which he called ^I.aurentine. King of^Clarlnlum.
Atthis age, too, he was able to read^Greek and Latin almost as well as he^could English. He also was well In^^formed on the politics of the day and^on a variety of subjects about which^only men of learuing are supposed to^know anything.
Atfourteen he was able to take the^works of Thucydldes, written In Greek,^and read page after page, turning It^Into excellent English as he read, and^this off hand translation of his is said^to have been almost without a flaw.
Hisfather spoke of him as ^eager^Mr. William, the counselor, the philos^^opher.^ At the age of fourteen he en^^tered the great University of Cam^^bridge in England and at once, In spite^of bis youth, took a high place among^the students at that celebrated place^of learning.
Whenhe went to Cambridge, the boy^was in such feeble health that he had^to be accompanied by a nurse, and all^through his course there he was In so^poor a condition, physically, that It was^doubted If he ever would be able to^finish the course.
Buthard study seemed to agree with^him, and when he was graduated, at^the age of seventeen, he was much^stronger than when he entered the uni^^versity.
Atan age when most boys are pre^^paring to enter college, or, if they are^very clever, have just become fresh^^men, young Pitt won the degree of^master of arts from one of the great^^est universities in the world and began^the study of law.
Attwenty-one he was admitted to^the bar, and the same year was elected^a member of parliament to become^prime minister three years later.
Whilebe was yet a law student and^only eighteen years old be attracted^the attention of prominent men by his^clear views on the questions of govern^^ment, which then were perplexing the^rulers of England. The boy was in^^vited everywhere, and men holding the^most important offices listened to bis^advice and asked his opinions.
Hisfriends wanted him to go into^parliament when be was twenty and^all predicted for him a brilliant career.^It was curious to see this delicate strip^^ling, a boy in looks and years, meeting^the great and wise men of the country^as an equal and conversing on even^terms with the most learned scholars^of the day.
YoungPitt used to like to listen to^the debates in the British parliament,^and Mr. Fox, the great statesman,^meeting blm once after a debate, was^astonished at the manner in which the^boy criticised the eminent men^ who^bad spoken and pointed out where they^could have made their argument^stronger.
Oneof the hardest works to under^^stand that ever were written is a book^called ^Cassandra,^ written by a man^named Lycophronis. It Is written in^Greek. A learned man placed the book^In the hands of young Pitt when the^boy was sixteen years old, and he read^it at first sight translating Into Eng^^lish as be read and cxplulning it in a^manner which made the learned man^declare that had he not seen it he^^would have believed It to be beyond^the power of human intellect.
WhenPitt was sixteen, Ills father de^^clared that he would be a great states^^man and was the hope of the country.^Other folks soon became of bis father's^way of thinking, and that is why they^put him into parliament when he was^so young and made blm prime minister^so soon after.
Hefulfilled all that was expected of^him and ruled England during thirteen^of the most eventful years of ber his^^tory.^Detroit Free Press.
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Yes.sir. What of it^^ replied the re^^porter.
Whatof it^ Why, it's nonsense.^There was never a bride yet who^couldn't find her way there, no matter^what were the obstacles.^ ^ London^Tit-Bits.
Yes,^concluded the medical racon^^teur, ^she became Insane through ex^^cessive dancing.
Onemight say she was bopping^mail, 1 suppose!^ gurgled the cheerful^idiot.^Baltimore American.
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R.A. Gray, J. P., Oakville, Ind.,^writes: ^For ten years I was confin^^ed to my bed with disease of my kid^^neys. It was so severe that I could^not move part of the time. I consult^^ed the very best medical skill avail^able, but could get get no relief until^Foley's Kidney Cure was recommend^^ed to me. It has been a Godsend to^me.^ For sale by McKechnle ft Allan.
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CharlesA. Dana's Advtee.^Charles A. Dana, now passed away,^but not forgotten, was reared on a^farm at Bound Brook, X. J. During^his newspaper career he was often^asked by young men out of work what
theyshould do to become slim ssful.^Mr. Dana eventually became tired of^these advice seekers. To 11 friend of^mine be said:
Letthe young man nliotit town out^of employment try a year on the farm.^Plowing behind a brlndle mule will^give blm ^ new constitution, take the^kinks out of his topknot, the frog out^of his throat, the gas off bis stomach,^the weakness out of bis legs and jrive^hlni a good appetite, an honest living^and 11 sight of heaven.
Myold friend is a farmer today,^working sixteen hours a day. with no^prospect of ever ^raising the mort^^gage.^^ Newspaperdom.
Humannds. will arrest attention^when the most artistically contrived^sign will be passed unheeded, says 11^New York letter. A Itroadway window-^is attracting hosts of spectators eager^to see a JTOMg woman drenched by |^Shower bath which operates directly^over her head. Over a handsome frock^she wears a mackintosh. She stands^under a shower for a few minutes and^then smilingly peels off the mackintosh^and shows the observers that beneath^the protecting clonk her garments are^perfectly dry. This test is supposed to^assure the beholder that, despite the^^clothy^ nppearance of the coat, It will^repel the heaviest showers.
Asmall but complete stock of office^supplies Is kept on hand at this office.
DESERT LAND FINAL PROOF
Noticefor Publication, U. S. Land^Office, I^ewistown, Mont., June 2,^1903.
Noticeis hereby given that^GEORGE W. ROHRBACKER.^of Lewistown, Fergus county. Mont.,^has filed notice of intention to make^proof on his desert land claim No.^1156, for the s^ 8es,4. sec 28, tp 11 n,^r 18 e, Mont. P. M.; also.
HENRYC. FLETCHER,^of Lewistown, Fergus county, Mont.,^has filed notice of intention to make^proof on his desert land claim No.^1140, for the se1^, sw^4, sw^4 sw^4,^sec 27. nwV4 nw^4, sec 34, tp 14 n, r^18 e, Mont. P. M., before the register^and receiver at lewistown, Mont., on^Wednesday, the 15th day of July,^1903.
Theyname the following witnesses^to prove the complete irrigation and^rsclamation of said land:
HenryC. Fletcher, George W. Rohr-^backer. William Pitt, Frank Welch,^Edward Shook, all of Lewistown,^Mont.
EDWARDBRASSEY, Register.^First publication June 3.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION^De^^partment of the Interior, Land Of^^fice, Lewistown, Mont., May 4,1903.^Notice is hereby given that the fol^^lowing named settler has filed notice^of his intention to make final proof^in support of his claim, and that said^proof will be made before the register^and receiver at Lewistown, Montana,^on Friday, June 12, 1903, viz:
GEORGEDUNN,^who made H. E. No. 1875, for the^seV4 sw'4. sec 35, tp 16 n, r 20 e, lot^3, se^4 nw^4, ne% swVi, sec 2, tp 15^n, r 20 e, Mont. P. M.
Henames the following witnesses^to prove his continuous residence up^^on and cultivation of Bald land, viz:
EdwardShearson, James Shearson,^Charles Dunn, August Van Lake, all^of Gilt Edge, Mont.
Firstpublication May 6.^EDWARD BRASSEY, Register.
DE8ERT LAND FINAL PROOF
Noticefor publication. Department^of the Interior, U, S, Land Office,^Lewistown, Moct., May 13, 1903.^Notice is hereby given that^ROBERT C. KINCAID.^of Fergus county, Mont., has filed no^^tice of Intention to make proof n his^desert land claim No. 1840, for the^lots ^ 2, 3 and 4, sec 31, tp 15 n, r^18 e, Mont. P. M., before the register^and receiver at Lewistown, Mont., on^Thursday, the 25th day of June, 1903.
Henames the following witnesses^to prove the complete Irrigation and^reclamation of said land:
GeorgeW. Cook, of Lewistown;^Allison Samuels, Thomas Kelley, Wil^^liam Meyerslck, of Cottonwood, Mont.^EDWARD BRASSEY, Register.^First publication May 20.
NOTICEFOR PUBLICATION-De-^partment of the Interior, Und Of^^fice at lewistown, Mont.. May 25.^1903.
Noticeis hereoy given that the foL^lowing-named settler has nled notice^of his Intention u. make final proof in^support of his claim, and that salt^proof will be made before register and^receiver, at Lewistown, Montana on^Friday, the 26th day of June. 1103,^viz:
SAMUELF. BOWMAN^who made H. E. No. 1066, for the ^U^ne'4, sw'4 ne^4, sec 27, tp II n, r 19^e. Mont. P. M.
Henames lue following witnesses^to prove his continuous reside^ ^ mi^-^on and cultivation of Bald land, rlr:
ArchieV. Rogers. Frank Daley,^Jesse Clark, of Rogers; Perry Heath^of lewistown, Mont.
EDWARDBRASSEY, Register.^First publication May 27.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION (Iso^^lated Tract)^U. S. Land Office.^Public Land Sale, Lewistown., Mont.^Notice is hereby given that In pur^^suance of instructions from the Com^^missioner of the General 1-and Office,^under authority vested in him by sec^^tion 2455, U. S. Revised Statutes, as^amended by the act of congress ap^^proved February 26, 1895, we will pro^^ceed to offer at public sale on the^11th day of July, 1903, at this office,^the following tract of land, to-wlt:
Ne%nw%, sec 24, tp 14 n. r 18 e,^Mont. P. M.
Anyand all persons claiming ad^^versely tho above described lands are^advised to file their claims in this of^^fice on or before the day above desig^^nated for the commencement of said^sale, otherwise their rights will be^forfeited.
Datedthis 22nd day of May, 1903.^EDWARD BRASSEY. Register.^First publication May 27.
DESERT LAND, FINAL PROOF
Noticefor publication, Department^of the Interior, U. S. Land Office,^Lewistown, Mont., May 23, 1903.^Notice is hereby given that^HENRY JEWELL,^of Fergus county, Mont., has filed no^^tice of intention to make proof on his^desert land claim No. 1005, for the^se'/i nw',4. e% sw^4, and lot 4, sec^18, tp lln, r 18 e, Mont P. M., before^the register and receiver at lewis^^town. Mont, on Thursday, the 9th^day of July, 1903.
Henames the following witnesses^to prove the complete Irrigation and^reclamation of said land:
GeorgeS. IJttle, Frank Smith, Pat^^rick F. Duffy, Samuel Dalgan. all of^Garneill. Mont.
EDWARDBRASSEY, Register.^First publication May 27.
TIMBERLAND ACT June I, 1878^^Notice for Publication, U. S. i-anrt^Office, Lewistown. Mont.. May 19,^1903.
Noticeis hereby given that in com^^pliance with the provisions of the^act of congress of June 3, 1878, en^^titled ^An act for the sale of timber^lands In tho states of California, Ore^^gon, Nevada and Washington,^ as ex^^tended to all the Public Land States^by act of August. 4, 1892, Lynn Her-^Ian, of Lewistown, county of Fergus,^state of Montana, has this day filed^in this office his sworn statement^No. 63, for the purchase of the e\4^seV4, sec 1. e% ne*4, sec 12, tp 13 n,^r 20 e. Mont. P. M., and will offer^proof to show that the land sought is^more valuable for Its timber or stone^than for agricultural purposes, and^to establish his cls'm to said lana^before the regfsfer and receiver at^their office at Lewistown, Mont., on^Saturday, the 25th day of July, 1903.
Henames as witnesses:
WilliamCollins, Carl A. Erickson,^Samuel Tyler, Edward Aiken, all of^Lewistown, Mont.
Anyand all persons claiming ad^^versely the above described lands^are requested to file their claims in^this office on or before said 25th day^of July. 1903.
EDWARDBRASSEY, Register.^First publication May 20.
DESERT LAND FINAL PROOF
Noticefor Publication. Department^o. the Interior, United States I.and^Office, Lewistown, Mont., May 26.^1903.
Noticeis hereby given that^PHILIP L MOULE,^assignee of Benjamin W. Downs, of^Bercall, Fergus county, Mont., has^filed notice of intention to make proof^on his desert land claim No. 1256, for^the w!4 nwVi, w^4 sw'4, sec 2u. tp 9i^n, r 18 e. Mont. P. M.; also,
P.A. ELLIS,^husband, for and on behalf of the^heirs of Ada E. Rosling, deceased, has^filed notice of Intention to make proof^on her desert land claim No. II80. for^the wV6 se%, sec 28, w'/4 neVi, sec^33, tp 9 n, r 19 e, Mont. P. M.: also
raiLUPI MOI'LE,^assignee of Clayton U. Prior, of Fer^^gus county, Mont, has filed notice of^intention to make proof on his desert^land claim No. ICSS, for the swVi^ne'/4. nwU sel,4. sec I, tp !i n, r 18 e,^Mont. P. M.: also.
WILLIA...A. IHAULaW,^of Fergus county, Mont., has filed no^^tice of intention to make proof on his^desert land claim No. 1257, for the^nwVi sw'/i. sec 17, e^ seVi, sec 18,^neV4 neV4, sec 19. tp 9 n, r 18 e, Mont.^P. M.; also,
P.A. ELLIS,^husband, for and on behalf of the^heirs of Ada E. ilosling, deceased, as^^signee of John F. Chamberlain, has^filed notice of Intention to make proof^on her desert land claim No. 1189, for^the eVi neVi. e% ae%, sec 27, tp 9n.^r 19 e. Mont. P. M., before William^H. Peck, U. S. Commissioner, at Gar^^neill, Mont, on Tuesday, the 30th day^of June, 19u3.
Theyname tne following witnesses^to prove the complete irrigation and^reclamation of said land:
ClarenceW. Wemple. Warwick Ay-^ers. Philip L Motile. William J. Bruce,^all of Bercall. Mont.
EDWARDBRASSEY, Register.^First publication May 27.
ALIASSUMMONS^In the District^Court, of the Tenth Judicial Dis^^trict of the State of Montana, in^and for the County of Fergus.^Mary A. Carlyle, as administratrix^of the estate of David A. Carlyle, de^^ceased, plaintiff, versus William Car^^lyle, Isaac Mainess, Flna Davis, Thom^^as Mainess, Etta Mainess, George^Mainess, Lena Mainess, Jesle Lee Bal^^lard, Charles Wayne Ballard, Roy^Johnson, Lucy Patterson. Hetty John^^son, Louis Johnson and Frank John^^son, defendants.
TheState of Montana sends greet^^ing to the above named defendants,^and to each of them.
Youare hereby summoned to an^^swer the complaint in this action,^which la filed In the office of the Clerk^of this Court, a copy of which Is here^^with served upon you in the county^wherein you reside, anil to file your^answer and serve a copy thereof upon^the plaintiff's attorneys within twenty^days after the service of this alias sum^innns. exclusive of the day of service,^and In case of your failure to appear^or answer judgment will be taken^against you, by default, for the relief^demanded in the complaint.
Saidaction is brought to obtain a^judgment and decree of said court in^favor of the plaintiff and against the^defendants as heirs of David A. Car^^lyle, deceased, adjudging the estate^of said deceased to be the owner of^the following described lands, situate^in Fergus county. Montana, to-wit:^The west half of the northwest quai^ter. the niiithoast quarter of tie-^northwest quarter, the northeast quai^ter of southwest quarter, of section^twenty-one (SI), in township twelve^(12) north, rsagl lilt^ (If) east,^containing one bundled and sixty^(160) acres; and that the defendant^above named have no interest there^^in except as heirs of the estate of^David A. Carlyle, deceased, on the^ground that patent was obtained to^the same only by the payment of^moneys of said estate since the death^of said deceased, in the sum of one^hundred and sixty dollars as the bal^ance of the purehaso price of said^lands, and each and all of said de^^fendants falh d to contribute their, or^any, portion of the purchase price^thereof as heirs of said deceased.
Witnessmy 1 and and the seal of^said court this 16th day of May, 19^^3.
EDMUNDWRIGHT.^(Seal) Clerk.^Blackford ^ Blackford, attorneys for^Plaintiff.
Firstpublication May 20.
CONTESTNOTICE^Department of^the Interior. United States Land Of^^fice, Lewistown, Mont. May 23,^1903.
Asufficient contest affidavit hating^been filed in this office by
ANDREWMACE,^contestant, against homestead entry^No. 1786. made August 23. 1899, for^the nV4 sw^, sw'i se'i, Bectlon 32,^tp 17 n, r 19 e, Mont. P. M . by George^W. Weeks, contestee. in which It is^alleged that George W. Weeks is dead,^and that the said George w. Weeks,^during his life time and his heirs and^legal representatives, since his death,^have wholly abandoned said home^^stead entry' for more than six months^last past, and that such abandonment^was not due to the employment of the^said George W. Weeks, or his heirs^or legal representatives^ in the mili^^tary or naval servlco of tho United^States during a time of war or at any^other time, anil further that said^homestead entry was fraudulent for^the reason that said land was more^valuable for coal than for agricultur^^al purposes, and was known to lie so^at the time said homestead entry was^made.
Saidparties are hereby notified to^appear, respond and offer evidence^touching said allegation at 10 o'clock^a. m. on the '.^.tth day of June, 19n:t. be^fore the register and receiver at the^United States l-md Office in lewis^^town. Mont
Thesaid contestant, having in a^proper affidavit, filed May 23. 1903,^set forth facts which show that after^due diligence personal service of this^notice cannot be made, it is hereby or^^dered and directed that Buch notice be^given by due and proper publication.^EDWARD BRASSEY. Register^First publication May 27.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION (Iso^^lated Tract)^U. 8. Land Office,^Lewistown, Mont.. Public Land Sale.^Notice is hereby given, (hat In pur^^suance of instructions from the Com^^missioner of the General Land Office,^under authority vested in him by sec^^tion 2455. U. S. Revised Statutes, as^amended by the act of Coagress ap^^proved February 26, 1895. we will pro^^ceed to offer at public sale on the^11th day of July, IMS, at I o'clock p.^m., at this office, the following tract^Of land, to-wlt:
Sw',4sw'i and lot 3, sec 2. tp 16^n, r 18 e, Mont. P. M.
Anyand all persons claiming ad^^versely the above described lands are^advised to file their claims in this of^^fice on or before the day above desig^^nated for the commencement of said^sale, otherwise their rights will be^forfeited.^Dated this 11th day of July. INI,^EDWARD BRASSEY. Register.^First publication May 27.
NOTICEFOR PUBLICATION^De^^partment of the Interior. Land Of^^fice at lewistown, . Mont.. May 16,^19u3.
NoticeIs hereby given that the fol-^lowlng-bamed settler has filed notice^of his Intention to make final proof in^support of his claim, and that said^proof will lie made beforo regiater and^receiver at Lewistown, Mont., on^Thursday, June 25, 1903. viz:^FRANK S. WEBSTER,^who made H. E. No. 1374, for the^neV* nw^4, nV4 ne^4, se!4 ne'4. sec^22, tp 7 n, r 17 e, Mont. P. M.
Henames' the following witnesses^to prove his continuous residence up^^on and cultivation of said land, viz.
MelzerN. Stevens, Thomas E.^Baty, of Winnecook; George L. Clark,^Robert G. Shu II, or Garneill. Mont.^EDWARD BRASSEY, Register.^First publication May 20.
NOTICEFOR PUBLICATION^De^^partment of the Interior, l-and Of^^fice at lewistown. Mont.. May 4,^1903.
Noticela hereby given that the fol^^lowing named settler has filed notice^of his intention to make final proof^in support of his claim, and that said^proof will be made before W. H. Pock,^U. S. commissioner at Garneill, on^Thursday, June 11, 1903, viz:
JOHNROSS,^who made H. E. No. 2547, for the^w'4 se'/i, sec 30, no1,,, sex 31, tp^It n, r 18 e, Mont. P. M.
Henames the following witnesses^to prove her continuous residence up^^on and cultivation of said land, viz:
CharlesMeyers, Bert l^ng, John^McKechnle, of Halbert; William Fer^^guson, of Bercall, Mont.
EDWARDBRASSEY. Register.^First publication May 0.
NOTICE FO.. PUBLICATION (Iso^lated Tract) Public Land Sale^^U. 8. LAWS' Office, Ix-wistown. Mont.^Notice is hereby given, that in pur^^suance of instructions from the Com^^missioner of the General I .and Oince,^under authority vested In him hy sec^^tion 245.^., U. S. Revised Statutes, as^amended by the act of congress ap^^proved February 26, 1895, we will^priM-eed to offer at public sale on the^llta day of June, [MS, at 2 o'clock^p. ni.,at this office, the following tract^of land, to-wlt:
E' nw^/^, sec 22. tp 14 n. r II e,^Mont. P. M.
Anyand all persons claiming ad^^versely the above (Inscribed lands are^advised to file their claims in this of^^fice on or before the day above desig^nated for the commencement of said^sale, otherwise their rights will be^forfeited.
Datedthis 7th da\ of Mav. I ML^EDWARD KKASSEY. Register.^First publication May 13.
NOTICEFOR PUBLICATION (Isolat^^ed Tract)^ U. S, l.and Office, Pul^-^ll^ I.and Sale, Lewistown, Mont.^Notice is hereby given, that in pur^^suance ol instructions from the Coni-^missloner of the General Land Office,^under authority vested In him by sec^^tion 2155, U. S. Revised StiUilt'-s. as^amended by the act of congress ap^^proved Fehruary 26. 1895. we will pro-^ri i d to offer at public sale on the 7th^day of July. 1903, at 2 o'clock p. m..^at this office, the following tracts of^land, to-wlt:
^^4ne^4, sec tp U n, r If e,^Mont. P. M.
Anyand all persons claiming ad-^i versely the above described lands are^' advised to file their claims in this of-^^ |ee on or before the day above deslg-^' nated for the commencement of said^hale, otherwise their rights will be^I forfeited.
BDWAROBRASSEY, Register.^Dated this 16th day of May, 1903.^First publication May 20.
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Boldwhat I)r Cyrus Kilson. If. D.,
SnnitiirySu|icriut^ii(le!it of Mm New York
Bondol Health, says 111mjit the subject :^^Tbete is a marked increase in the nuin-^bef of deaths anions children, caused^fnun pvtrefection of milk and other foods^^0 beqoentl^ kept in 1 zinc-lined refrig^^erator, where it is rJfJBp and niouldv and
fullof microbes, Perenti should respect
hygienictmtfa foi the baby 's sake and use
thesanitary, dry. cold, pore air Kefriger*^stor, THE HERRICK,
J.H. St. Clair,^SHEET METAL WORKER
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