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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fergus County argus. — 26 October 1893

HistoricalSociety Vol.XI. No. LEWISTOWN,FERGUS COUNTY, MOST., THURSDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1893. Price10 Ct^. REPUBLICANIN POLITICS, AND DEVOTED TO THE mineral, AGRICULTURAL, STOCK AND WOOL INTERESTS OF THE GREAT JUDITH COUNTRY. 4T-ci*jjit! (C^tuttu ^rnue NMHMiVMUby^JOHN M .VEOOMA^,:Editor:^nd Proprietor. tnteredat Lewistown PO as second class matter^TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: ,i i ... i in a^lv^ut-e. *nvye^r-~^- f3.00 -i\uionth*...l.^J JtVM monthsH AFTERTHIRTY DAYS; neyear--^^$3.6^J Sismoist hit2.00 1 month*- LM ADVERTISINGHATES : onuiiici. on** insertion1.00 oneinch, one month -~ 3.00 On*inch, -ix ui.,lit lis- lo.OU Omintu oi^ vear_ 'MM IcMl rail's given oil Urge spare and standing^a.l .^ilisi im'iils. Ia al notices It cenls per line. -..uil BtvMtlMeaaMa payable slriilly in ^l I'llIt IAI. ROSTtK. BANK -OF- TbomasF. Oakes,Henry C. HenryC. Rouse, Recsivers. Payne, N ORTHERN PACIFICR. R is THEOilLi UN Running Throurh Cars TO (lucornuratedunderlhe laaa of Molilalia.) LEWISTOWN,MONT. S.S. HOHSoX,...

Publication Title: Fergus County Argus
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fergus County argus. — 26 October 1893

LEWISTOWN.THURSDAY.Oct.ilC,, '93. OFFICIALPAPEK OF FERGUS COUMTT. publishedweekly by JOHNM. VROOMAN, Editor ft Proprietor. Itis now Haiti the Vigilant which de^^feated the Valkyrie is to be sold at^auction. Lord Dunraven should se^^cure the boat for a model. TomReed and Dave Hill can agree^upon one thing, and that is, when a^member of the senate or house is pres^^ent he should be counted. TomIleed made several speeches in^Ohio last week to large audiences. He^raked the decks of the pro-British Uem^ucrntir craft with grape and canister. Nowthat the Vigilant has defeated^the Valkyrie il only remains for Cor.^bett to best Mitchell and McKinley to^clean up Neal to make three scoops of^the Britishers inside of three months. There'sone thing a protective tariff^has done which fills my heart with^pride every time I think of it. It has^reduced everything that goes into the^uses of men but the wages of the men,^and those it has increased.^McKinley Aterrible railroad collision occurred^ut Bat...

Publication Title: Fergus County Argus
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fergus County argus. — 26 October 1893

AChat With Wallace Oneof three traveling men who once^called on (ieneral I^w Wallace at^('ra\vforduville,*Ind., thus tells in the^(ilobe-Democrat of the interview: Instantlythe general's hat came off^and he cordially shook hands with^each of us, asking our names and^homes. ' '^ ii'iitlemen, you do megreat honor,^1 assure you,' said he in a courtly^manner that capt ured us immediately.^'I often think that of all the men in^t his great country traveling men art-^tin- most wide-awake, the quickest to^appreciate, and (with a twinkle of the^eye) tin- least backward about cx-^preaaiag an opinion, favorable or^otherwise, on all matters that come^under their observation. I am glad^you are interested in anything pertain^^ing to my work. I am just about^taking my evening stroll and would^I..- ffmd t 0 have you loin me.' Youmay well believe we accepted^the invitation with alacrity, ami lor^an hour we listened to stories of life^at home and abroad, interspersed^with funny tales and laughable an...

Publication Title: Fergus County Argus
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fergus County argus. — 26 October 1893

CHURCHDIRECTORY. ii i -!-.v : t hi a v cHracH. LUMMI^ Regular se^lcea ^re held eTery^Sunday morning at HKtOo'clock. Kab'iath school^eYerj Sundar mt 3:00 p. ra. ChristianKndea^or Society meets every Thurs^^day evening at 7:30. Ueo.Edwards Paator. methodistchurch. Lewistown Service every Sunday morning at^11 o'clock, and evening at 7:30. Sunday School oe-^fore morning service- Prayer meeting every^Wednesday eveniBg. D. F. HAWK. Paator. PllILBKutiK.Monthly appointments^1st Sun^^day. I'bet. at 11 a. m. and 7 p. in.; Beaver Creek.^3rd .-unday, 11 a. m. and 7 p. in.: Phi l^rook, 2nd^Sunday, 11 a. in. and 7 p.m.; Willow creek, 4th^Sunday, 11 a. m. Pastor'*residence* Philbrook. RM. Craven. Pastor. LOCALHAPPENINGS 'TVIIme. angelic hosts, Y- nieHwencem of love,^^ 11 ;i 11 8iirferint! editors liulow Havem^ redress above ^'*^The anircl bund replied: Ton* 11 knowledge given ^^l^. Im^|ii 'ritn on the printer's hooks i'rtnnever enter heaven!^^Ex. Theni-i ^ scarcity o( eg^s in the mitrki-t.^We rdio...

Publication Title: Fergus County Argus
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fergus County argus. — 2 November 1893

H *****Society fttm Vol.XL No. I t. LBWISTOWN,FERGUS COUNTY, MONT., THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1893. Price 10 Cte. REPUBLICANIN POLITICS, AND DEVOTED TO THE MINERAL, AGRICULTURAL, STOCK AND WOOL INTERESTS OF THE GREAT JUDITH COUNTRY. ftV0mm(Ccmntu Ar^ite ITBI.IHKt) WEEKI.V BY johnM vb00man. Editor'and Proprietor. tntared it L^/^ittown P O as second cless matter TERMSof SUBSCRIPTION: (Ifpikttl in advance.1 NMy*ar~ $3.00 M\ Auiilh*.-m 1.50 T . ii^^!!; ii-- 1.00 AFTERTHIRTY DAYS: n-year$3.50 SixOtolith*mm^mmmm2.00 Tree moalhs. 1.60 advkktlsingrates: ^ih-iin- i um* insertion.t 1.00 Ontfinch, one month mmm 3.00 Oneinch. MJ months^ 15.00 Ominch ^^.,. veur- ~ 24.00 - MH Kiveu on l*rge xpftce and sUoding^ad itivuienta. IajbJ MtfttMl 15 cent* per line. S lal advertisement!* payable strictly in ad- BANK ThomasF. Oakes,Henry C. Payne. HenryC. Rouse, Receivers. -OF- N OR T H E R N PA C I F I C R. R. OFFMIAL ROSTER. StateDirectory- BtfHMI-Juhn E. Ki* wards LieutenantGovernorAlex. ^J. Hot kin M.-hiIkt...

Publication Title: Fergus County Argus
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fergus County argus. — 2 November 1893

UwflttoCounty ^Xvgtte. LEWISTOWN.THURSDAY. .Nov. 8, '93. OFFICIALPAPEK OF FERGUS COUHTY. publishedweekly BY JOHNM. VROOMAN.Editor ^ Proprietor. Thedispatches say that Grover^Cleveland is ^very much gratified^^over the defeat of silver. A year ago^the Democratic press of this state was^holding him up and endeavoring to^prove by his utterances that he was a^friend of silver. dustriesvoted to bring the present^situation on and if they feel repaid no^one should complain, but our sympathy^goes out to those who must sulfcr with^the guilty. Ofthe thousand men in the Vulcan^Iron works at St. Louis 800 ^are re^^ported as voting for Cleveland and a^change.^ They got both. The men^are shoveling in winter coal and doing^odd jobs wherever they can got a day's^work. ^ Inter Ocean. Thereis one Democrat in Helena^who says he would vote for Cleveland^tomorrow if he was running for presi^^dent again.^Helena Herald. Thereis not a proprietor of a dime^museum in the country but would^willingly give him ...

Publication Title: Fergus County Argus
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fergus County argus. — 2 November 1893

CHURCHDIRECTORY. PRKnftYTERIANMM Lkwis rows^Regular service* ^re held every^Sunday morning at 11 :'*^ o'clock. Sabbath school^i-wrv mMm at Ml p. w. ChristianKn^leav^^r Society meets every Thur*-^ilay evening at ~:30. (iEO.KUWARlMf l'SHtor.^HMNMR church. Lk\*it^^w.n^Service every Sunday morning at^11 o'clock, and evening at 7::k^. Sunday School t^e-^f..re morning m^rvice- l'rayrr meeting every^\\.^liM^da^ ^ v.iiing.I. K. hawk. I'astor. riili.Bli^oK.^Monthly appointments^lat Sun-^ilay, I bet, at 11 a. in. and 7 p. m.; Beaver Creek,^tr.i SuinU\. II :^^ iu and 7 p^ ui ^ l'lii !^r.ok, IM^Sunday, 1*1 a. in. and 7 p. m ; Willow eret-k. 4th^Minday, U a. ni. 1*Mor'^ resilience, I'hiM.rook. K.M. * 'raven, Pastor. LOCALHAPPENINGS. Ui'iulnotice ot bucks for sal*'. t'miit Mrtl Mi tin- 14th iii^tiiiit. ('.\V. ImOmwM ^^l Flut^ill^* visited^I .i-winl ^^ w ii lirwt i^f Um wt-i-k. Thefliaiag r^i^ ^mi at the l.e^ iHtiivm Until^rkMMl it* MM las' I'riiliiy. K.inl MMl BMMMHMIi ^ Slimti liavr to^Mj in tli...

Publication Title: Fergus County Argus
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fergus County argus. — 2 November 1893

8MILE8 'Tinth- ^hraiiiK. oli. my darling.^Sweetest fancies to me brina; Oneis thi-. the l^lutne^l mosquitoes^Are ho potd thev cHimot sing. -Ex. Oh.Ferris Wheel, though hig thou art,^In Home men's eyes, you bet. Anordinary silver dime's^A blamed sight bigger yet. Buffalo Courier. TwentyThings Worth Knowing. Keepthe cover on the camster.^Rub lamp-chimneys with dry salt.^Throw chloride of lime in rut hole*.^Wash oilcloth with skimmed mil!;.^Beat carpets on the wrona side first.^Cover..pplebarrels with newspapers.^Keep everything clean around the^well. Applyhartshorn to the stings of^insect- Fottrboilinj water through fruit^stains. Drinkcream for a burned mouth^and throat. Put.your coffee-grounds on your^house plants. (ioodecus always have dull-looking^shells. Boiledvinegar and myrrh are uood^deodorizes. I'seoatmeal instead of soap for^toilet purposes. Camphor is the best anti-moth preparationknown. I*sewhisky instead of water to^make liquid glue. Spongeroughened skin with brandy^and i ...

Publication Title: Fergus County Argus
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fergus County argus. — 9 November 1893

HistoricalSociety Vol.XI. N^^. 15. LEWISTOWN,FERGUS COUNTY, MONT., THURSDAY, NOVEMBER U, 1893. Price10 Ots. REPUBLICANIN POLITICS, AND DEVOTED TO THE MINERAL, AGRICULTURAL, STOCK AND WOOL INTERESTS OF THE GREAT JUDITH COUNTRY. 4ci*into (Ccmuty .Albino ITBI.l.HKit WKKK1Y HV JOHNm VROOMAN. Editorland Proprietor. fcnteredit Le^iiio*n PO as second classic attar IKK Mr OS SUBSCRIPTION: IIIpaid iu adrauce.l mePews^ *^^* \% nolltll*-^ '-50 li . e anaMM^, (* trrttTHIRTY DAYS:^^ m rear-*^M Simnifiulllfl-~mm2.00 T.ree atuutu. mmW ADVERTISINGKATES: Mit- inr i. MM Insertioni ^^W oneinch. MM monlU.- S*W Oneinch, ^ix month* 15.00 out*inch o,tv *ear- ^ 24.00 S,.al rale* given on Imrge space and ttaodiug^a^l ^rti^enienU. Laii notice*. 15 rents per line, .-.ial a.Uertiaenients payable strictly Id ad-^va c. BANK ThomasF. Oakes,Henry C. Payne. HenryC. Rouse, Receivers. -OF- N OR T H ^ R N PACIFICR. R THEMU^LIME Running-Through Curs (lucor|*oral^l under I he laws of Montana.) LEWISTOWN,MONT. OFFICIALRO...

Publication Title: Fergus County Argus
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fergus County argus. — 9 November 1893

X-ermto(Cottntu 3Lr0tt^. LEWISTOWX,THURSDAY, Nov. '.t. '93. OFFICIALPAPEK OP FERGUS COTJHTT. FCBLISHEDWEEKLY BV JOHNM. VROOMAN, Editor ^ Proprietor. THEELECTION Aswill be seen elsewhere the ^Grand^Old Party^ is again on top in every^Northern state holding elections. It ia^a victory for Americans in every sense^of the word, In Ohio the ^little giant^of protection,^ William McKinley, is^elected by 50,000 rrtHjority, while Rus^^sell is snowed under in Massachusetts.^The people have spoken through the^ballot and have declared for the Re^^publican policy of protection. Kor^president in 1896, Wm. McKinley, Jr.,^of Ohio. Atlast congress has done something^that will meet the approval of the peo^^ple^it has adjourned. Thecrank with a grievance must go^^and it matters not much as to desti^^nation only so he is rendered harmless. Whathas become of the parrots who^delighted in screeching ^The tariff is a^tax^^ Some of them will be hunting^soup houst s before spring. Democraticcongressman have l...

Publication Title: Fergus County Argus
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fergus County argus. — 9 November 1893

CHURCHDIRECTORY PRESBYTERIANCHURCH. I.KWi.-rowN^ Regular services are held every^Sunday luumingat llrOOo'clock. Bab'jalh achool^every oundav atp. m. CtiriatiauKndeavur bo^-icty meeta every Thurs^^day evi-iiing at ~:^). Ueo.Edwards Pastor. METHODISTCHURCH. Lf.\*isTow.nService every Sunday morning at 11l..^ k. uud evening at 7:;U). Sunday School 1 a-^fori- morning service- 1'rayrr meeting every^\\. ^l ti^ -.lay evening.D. r . HAWK. Haslor. PWlSSjMMt.Monthly af^|M^inttuei.ls^1st Sun-^^ i.iy. I I ^'l at II a. in. and 7 |^. In.; Beaver (.'reek.^in si.i.^!;^^. II a. in and 7 y. lu.; I'hi i.r-tok. -Jn^l^.-iinday, II a. in. and 7 p.m.; Willow creek, 4tb^snnday. 11 a. in. iastor's residence* l'hiihrwk. K.M. t RAVEN. I'aalor. LOCALHAPPENINGS olI'iiet. \ ixiti the littletnrdy .le.seP rnuiinal 1'..^^. White mill ^ if.^county ro-at Tu^-j^diiy. l-ir t^cti.l^^T v*eH^lier ni^l.'lt it ; it h-le litmlly. ti.urt ^im^^^ next Moivhiy. I.int ^'f^jurorr* will b* foiitni cjrtcwficre. L.li s.v. etiuiui irt ...

Publication Title: Fergus County Argus
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fergus County argus. — 9 November 1893

T^ Grant Family. Itseems that Mrs. Nellie (irtint Sar^toris wishes her chiMren to becomi^out ai;d out Americans, and for that^reason the Kni^lish branch, so tf^speak, of the American general's fani^ily will become acclimatized here^Colonel Frederick (Srant is mainly re^sponsible for this. In a letter to Mr^G. \\^. Childs he lately expressed /^longing to have all the family at home^Moreover, Mrs. (irant, the soldier'-^widow, is no longer robust and it u^felt that her children and grandchil^dren should be al^out her in these de^dining years. Itseems likely that the Sartorisc-^will set t le in New York, but it is de^^nied that nn .Utempt t.ill be made tf^net tin- boys into West Point. The^youth* are not ijtinlilie.l for t! e acad-^e ny anyhow. YoungColonel Fred Grant is a re^^in u kable shrewd man of business.^He ha ^ many money making project*^on loot, all of which are turning out^well; but he is, unfortunately for him^^self, too generous with his funds. He^gives tf^ every needy chap ...

Publication Title: Fergus County Argus
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fergus County argus. — 16 November 1893

Price10 Cts. REPUBLICANIN POLITICS, AND DEVOTED TO THE MINERAL, AGRICULTURAL, STOCK AND WOOL INTERESTS 0F~ THE GREAT JUDITH COUNTRY Snw+wmSonsttv 3^rn^ Itbli-hkd weekly by JOHNm VR03MAN, Editor'and Proprietor. BANK ThomasF. Oakes,Henry C. Payne, HenryC. Rouse, Receivers. -OF- fcnteredat Le^iito*n PO ^^second cl^^^rratt^r Mi ,1.50^. 1.00 2.00 '1'KitMS Of SUBSCRIPTION (Ifiiaftl in *^Wance ) if.frJ^^*r*^^-mm -*X MliMllllHMMM*MMM^H- T Mf lUOIlt kkMHM^MM^^^^^^ afterthirty i^ay8: ui fmW-$8.50 SixM.uDths T. rt*t; month* ADVERTISINGRATES: hie incV on* Insertion^...... 1.00 Oneinch, one ru. r.t h ........- *-00 dtirjinch. ^^* month* 15.00 uneinch o,,^ veir- ^ 24.00 Srat.- Kiven on Urge space and sanding adt iiisetnent*. l.o^t notices \'t cents per line. H inl advertisements payable strictly in ad- N OR T H E R N PACIFICR. R. OFFICIAL,ROftTER. StateDirectory. (iorcrnor^^John E. Riokards Lieutenanttiovernor_Alex. C. Botkin Meinler.,l CoiigreaaCtaaa. 8. Hartman Seiretaryof State_Louis Rolwitt T...

Publication Title: Fergus County Argus
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fergus County argus. — 16 November 1893

fercuto(Comttu ^trflua. LEW1STOWS,THURSDAY.Nov. Hi. !):^. IFFICIALPAPER OF FERGUS COUNTY. FrBLlMHF.dWSHLT bv IOHNM. VROOMAN,Editor k Proprietor. AndNew Jersey, too^ W^D, well MajIII the judicial thief and tool^of Hill, is defeated in New York by^something less than 100,000 majority, Thevoters at the recent elections^have declared that the ^tariff is not a^tax^ and that enforced idleness is a^crime. Chinamenwho do notregister within^six months will he deported. It is^thought the great majority will obey^the law. Onegratifying feature of the election^is. the falling orl of the Populist vote.^Kansas, the stronghold of the cranks^show's overwhelming gains for the Ke^publicans. Whenthe returns were coming in so^over* helniingly for McKinley in Ohio,^Mr. Ne^l Miggested that tiis election^^lie made unanimous.^ It was forced^generosity. Anew version of President Cleve^^land's Thanksgiving proclamation will^be found elsewhere. Those who ad^mire the ^'.-.tutled prophet^ can read^and then pray...

Publication Title: Fergus County Argus
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fergus County argus. — 16 November 1893

CHURCHDIRECTORY. PKK-10YTEK1AKchtbci1. l.nshrowNKegutar service* ^re held ever/^Hun.lay morning at UzOuo'cloek. tiab'jath achooi^ererv a u ml ay atp. m. rhritian Kntlt-avur i^ iy meets evi-ry lliurs-^day f\.nii^K ^* OMKhWAKi'-* Pastor IHIHMCHIW h. 0^Lew i^t^^w.n^Service ev^ry Sunday morning ^l^tl o'i K.ck. ;*nJ evening at 7:^0. Sunday Schoolbe-^(ore morning .M-rvice- I'rayer meeting every^*^J i-v.-iiing. U. F. HAWK. nMr. l*ltll.m:^^^K. ^Moiilhlv appointMMi^l*t Sun-^inr, I U i, at 11 a. n^. and f |^- m.; leaver i r. ^ L.^!trd Simdav, 11 a. in. and 7 p. MJ I'hi MMki *^*nd^Sunday, 11 a. m. and 7 p.m.; Willo* creek. 4th^Sunday, 11a. m. iaMor'* residence, I'liilhrouk. K.M. ^ ha\'KS. l*a^lor. LOCALHAPPLNINOS KmiIik ^t i.-f vttmmm properly |M^^Ini ki-oiiV Ht. Hiii llirt^-h.T in ~till in th^ j^tiet.l. M.I.. !*^^' ^ t.^ 1 ^^^ down from MhmIimi i MiibAwj 1. K. Wiiulit ami ^Hi ri-1 imitil home fr.Mnttoewri ia^t PtMajt. I'n-.l11. Wurren al l'ti^^, viBitc-il the^county M^iit lnwt S iturtluy. MiH...

Publication Title: Fergus County Argus
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fergus County argus. — 16 November 1893

AnEasy Conn nil rum. Aconundrum club bad been start^^ed, and every one was expected to^come prepared with a. number of^good ones. Ihave one,^ Anderson said. Whatis it^^ queried the rwt. Whenis an apple pief Hestopped, and every one looked^at him. but said nothing. Well,^asked a man across the^room, ^go on. What did you stop^for^ Goont Where^ What for^^ he^asked. Why,go on with your conun^^drum. When is an apple pie what f Thats what 1 said,^ he replied. Well,we know, but what is the^conundrum f Whenis an apple pie^ Thereisn't any sense in that.^ put^in another. ^What s the rest of it'. Thereisn't any rest.^ jiersisted^Anderson. ^When is an apple pie :^^When is an apple pie what.''^yelled the others. Whosaid any apple pie what^ Youdid. Ididn't. I didn't say anything^about an apple pie.^^^You did.^^^I didn't.^^^You did.^^^I didn t. Andthen the whole assembly rose^aprainst Anderson, and when the po^^lice came in and rescued him it took^half an hour to explain that apple^was i^io whf-n ...

Publication Title: Fergus County Argus
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fergus County argus. — 23 November 1893

HistoricalSociety Vol.XL No. 17. LEWISTOWN,FERGUS COUXTY, MOST., THURSDAY', NOVEMBER 23, 1893. Price10 Cts. REPUBLICANIN POLITICS, AND DEVOTED TO THE MINERAL. AGRICULTURAL. STOCK AND WOOL INTERESTS OF THE GREAT JUDITH COUNTRY. *^fg*s^8 .-mnty A v into^muMn fMu by JOHNM. IHIIII, Ed.tm and Proprietor. Catered^t L-!a iltown P O as second classmatUr TERMSOF SUBSCRIPTION: (Ifpaiil i.i advance.) mm7^r--^mm ' month* 1^^0 ti*-e montha ^~--^^^ Mi AKTEKTHIRTY DAYS: Myw^. -i K.otith*-^2.00 T^W IllOlltliVMMNMMfMMNM 1.6 AI)V KR USING KATES : Om^iti^*erti*^n^^^^ 1 Ominch, one m-nth.^- OiibiiuU ktVJl months - l^.OO win-inch^^ ..-v^ ^r - ^ 24.00 ...rau*t t(iven on large ^pace and standing^ad u-**(u*fiii^. 1-uai notices 15 vent a per line. i.i! ...Iv.-rtiseiuri.i3 j.i^yai.l^ -tricky m ad- BANK -OF- ThjmasF. Oakes.Henry C. Payne. HeuryC. Rons^, Hece.v'ers. DRTHBKN PACIFICR. R . T.C. Power ^ Bro. OFFICIAL.MBIB. MMDlrei-lorr. rmml-^Juhn E. Rickar.ls LieutenantGovernor_Alex. C. Botkin Meiabereli'.^ii4re...

Publication Title: Fergus County Argus
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fergus County argus. — 23 November 1893

cr0tt^(County Axriute. LEWISTOWN,THURSDAY.Nov. 23,'93. )FFICIAL PAPEK 07 FEKGUS COUTTTY. PCBLIHHEDWEEKLY BV I0HNM. VROOMAN, Editor ^ Proprietor. Uov.Altgeld says there is uot Jan^anarchist in the state of Illinois. How^about the chief executive of the state Anumber of Democratic politicians^aud newspapers have come out strongly^against Cleveland's attitude toward^Hawaii. The New York Sun leads the van. Well,the Vigilant defeated the Val^^kyrie and McKinley walluped Neal.^Now it only remains for Corbett to do^up Mitchell to complete the rout of^the Britishers. Thecounty commissioners of Silver^Bow county have secured an opinion^from Attorney Gen^ ral Haskell which^will tie a guide to the commissioners^of the several^counties of ithe state in^letting contracts and making appoint^^ments. The attorney general holds^that county commissioners cannot^make appointments beyond one fiscal^year, which ends Dec. 1, according to^legislative enactment. He even says^the commissioners must elect th...

Publication Title: Fergus County Argus
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fergus County argus. — 23 November 1893

CHURCHDIRECTORY. PKF.nBYTEklANCHURCH. IiKwwrowN^ Regular terrices ^re held erery^HuiitUy moniiiiK at 11:00o'clock, Sabbath school ^^rv aanday at Mi p. m. hri*tUnIMmvm -^^^ it-ty meets every Thur^-^umv evening at 7:3*^. (iEo.Edwariw Pastor. METHODISTCHCKCH. I.Kui-rtiu.n-itvice every Sunday morning at^11 o'clock, and evening at 7::*0. Sunday School be-^f(.r^- BNtlli MTvice- l'rayer meeting every^W. !i:^-day evening.L. r^. IIAhk, t'afitor. PSHMBMLMonthly appoiTitniei.t*^1st Sun- lav, 1'hft, at 11 a. m. and 7 p. in.; Beaver Creek.^mm Bm4w, 1u, m. and 7 p. in.; I'hi :^r'^ok, -ml^Sunday, 11 a. in. and 7 p. in.; Willow creek, 4th^Minday, 11 a. in. ia-lor'*. residence, 1'hilbrook. K.M. i KiVKN, I'atttor- LOCALHAPPENINGS. RmmImot i^m at si^^ nntl,^J. T. Armington left for^ir.-^t Kails riuti-^ilu v. A inlni!^t*r of Miiiili-nitt-M vinit'-tl til*- int v Monday. T.J l-'r^^^t hiiiI Sum ^nyd^t vi^it^^l the^c^niiity wrtt Montiiiy. \V.(i. Normiin hn^1 hriiltf MfHti from^the ea^t TuoHilay evening. C....

Publication Title: Fergus County Argus
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fergus County argus. — 23 November 1893

SELLINGA SECONDHAND STOVE. Decidedto ABIT OF SUNSHINE. ofa, Man Who^(live rp Hi* Flat. Didyou ever try to sell your^heating stove when you gave tip^your flat to send your missus out^into the country f pathetically in^^quired a married man. ' Well, if^you^re any way proud or stuck up.^it will be good for you. You go to^the stove dealer to whom you paid^$5 for 20 cents' worth of Russia iron^pij^e and half an hour s work. You^say you guess you^U move into a^steam heated flat in the fall, and^you don't care al*^ut storing the^Btove. He knows it's a good stove.^Ijecause he told you so when he and^you got tiie landlord to put a jack on^the chimney. 'Oh, I never buy a secondhand^stove.' he says. You try other deal^ers. They want to know where you^got the stove and look at you as if^they thought you stole it. It's been^a lesson to me. I'll never steal a^stove, hot or cold, no matter how^hard up 1 get. Too hard to get rid^of it. SoI went to a secondhand store.^Dusty old place. Things in it n...

Publication Title: Fergus County Argus
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
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