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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fergus County argus. — 4 January 1894

HistoricalSociety ^omttn LEWISTOWN,FKKCls COUNTY, MONT., THURSDAY, JANUARY 4, 1894. Price10 Cts. REPUBLICANIN POLITICS, AND DEVOTED TO THE MINERAL, AGRICULTURAL, STOCK AND V.'OOL INTERESTS OF THE GREAT JUDITH COUNTRY. $cvQit (County ^vana publishku weekly by JOHNM VROOMAN, Editor and Proprietor. bntaredat Lewi stow n POas second class matter^TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: l(If paid in advance.) On*year_^ SS.OU Bumouthsmi i i LBf Ilaontha...^^...... 1.00 AFTERTHIRTY DAYS: lie year_S3.50 Sixmonth*_.-_ 2.00 T:,recmontha LM ADVERTISINGRATES : Oneinch, one insertiont 1.00 tineinch, one month^^ 8.00 Oneinch, six month! 15.00 Oneinch on,- vear ^ *J4.00 s.r.ul lates (given on large space and standing^ad .-^tiaeiiienta. I.o.tl iioti' *-^ H rents per line. H... |a| advertisements payable strictly in ad- OFFICIAL.ROSTER. StateDirectory. i.overnorJohn E. Rickards LieutenantGovernorAlex. Q Botkin MemlterofCongress......Cuaa. S. Hartiuan s.cr.larvof it all^^Louis Rutwitt Treasurer^W. W, Wiiglit AuditorA....

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. — 4 January 1894

fernno^C^nmtu ^r(w^. lewistown,Thursday, Jan. 4. ^^^*. OFFICIALPAPER OF FERGUS COUNTY PUBLISHEDWEEKLY BY JOHNM. VROOMAN,Editor ^ Proprietor. Sofur as learned i.^ueen Lil did not^get a throne in her stocking for a^Christmas present. Wedon't hear much these days^about ^the poor man's dinner pail.^^Something to put in the pail is what concernshim most. PresidentCleveland spent a portion^of the holiday season shooting ducks.^He is better at that than he is at re^^storing fallen dynasties, probably. TheAnaconda Standard has pilloried^the editor of the Independent on the^wool question and proved him a pre^^varicator on Democratic evidence. Theregistration of Chinamen under^the amended Geary act began in thi^internal revenue district on Tuesday^of last week. No applications will be^received later than May Ii, 1K^4. Montanahas had a pretty hard deal^so far from this administration, and^would have got a harder one had there^been any more industries which it^OoaM p.iraly/.e.^Inter Mountain. T...

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. — 4 January 1894

CHURCHDIRECTORY. PRESBYTERIANCHl'BCH. IMMHI-Ke|ul^r wrvlce. ^re held ever/^(5UI.J.V morning ^t 11:00 o'clock. b^V^^th school^fVMrv Htindav at :l:u*i p. hi- _. 'TSriSnrii - Thu^- d.y^'^^^^^^^ ^' ^:iW- UEO- EDWABD8 P^tor. METHODISTCHIRCH. Lewutown^Strike every Sunday morning at^1 o'clock, and evening at ~:'M. Sunday School be^^fore morninn iwrrice- Prayer meeting every^Wedueaday evening.L. t. HAWK. Paator. Fiiilbhook.Monthly^day. I ^bet, at 11 a. m. and 7 p. m; Beaver (reek^Srd Sunday, 11 a. m. and 7 p. in.; ^M or .ok. Jnd^,-unday, 11 a. m. and 7 p.m.; Willow creek. *th^Minday. 11 a. m. Iantor's reaidence. l'hilbrook. K.M. CRAVEN. Paetor LOCALHAPPENINGS. Schoolis now in full blast auain after^the holiday recess. Thebreeds celebrated New Year's in^their customary fashion. Theboard of county commission^^ers met in special session this week. DickPotter returned Saturday even-^inu from a brief visit to the state Mpi-^tal. GeoriteM. Stone, of l'hilbrook, vis^ited the county seat on New Yea...

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. — 4 January 1894

ACnitM Kiml itf Fraud. Aro^uo with tho uumanugeable^niune of ShuiiktTiKitli Wishvcumber-^natli has b88M convicted in Bombay^ami sentenced hy Mr. Ju.-tice Starling^to five ^Caua' pbaaal servitude for a^curious hort of fraud. It sc^_:ns that^be. luul, by pwrUUn skillful feats of^jiti^nlery, to the MomnpanfanNt of calmliMicacts ami uttoraiiees, W^^wiailitl a 11 an named HfjrribaUl that^h^- KM blaVo to make duplicates of^currency not^ s to any extent. Hurriliux.batag OM afternoon in-^tnt-ted by UM ca.-hierof hi^ master's^firm with 10,000 rujiecs in notes to^carry tn Bnatbef linn, b^thought^liiui of i *- mngh'iff, and accoui-^jianii d by a 1 ^:.' I m utn and another^lie rejiaiivd to the bnu-e where ho^had seen the i::iiacle perfonned.^Here. M li. fore. numerous mystic^(enwaiei ven gobe ttutoqgB, end^^ing in tbe 11m11'li-.:-_c over to 1. urribux andhis i-omjiaiiioii of certain pieces^^^f paper, wlii'-li Um y v.-eve to expose^to tlie sun. Nothing important,^however, eame of tins, but ibe w...

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. — 11 January 1894

HistoricalSociety $ev0ix ^ountu ^rgwe publishedweekly IT JOHNM VROOMAN. Editor and Proprietor. tnt*r*d^t Lewntown P O ^i^econd clat^m^tt*r TERMSOF SUBSCRIPTION: (Ifpaid in advance.)^On* year^ 13.00 -ixmonth*.....^I t.-, months 1.50 1.00 AFTERTHIRTY DAYS: Oaeyear---^$3.50 Sixnionthi~-~^^- Threemonths...^^^^^ l.aO ADVERTISINGRATES: Oneinch, on* inaertlon-1-00 On*inch, one moot li .................S.00 On*inch, StS month*- 15.00 Oneinch. ,^,, T**r-^ 94.08 .-**jM rate* given on large apace and Handing^ad rertiaement*. Loal notice* 15 eenta per line, boecialadTertiaement* payable atrlclly In ad- OFFKIALROSTER. Governor.. StateDirector*-. ..JohnK Rickard* LieutenantGovernor....^Member of Congress.^^Secretary of State...^ ... Tre.nur.-r............. ...... Auditor AttorneyGeneral^... Alex. C. Botkin ..Chaa.S. Hartman I...i.i- Kotwitt F. W. Wiigbt A. B. Cook ..HenriJ. Haskell ChiefJuatlce Supreme Court W. Y. Pember on a _I E. N. Hsrwood AaaociateJustice* Supreme Court J w H jJt)W1u ClerkSup...

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. — 11 January 1894

$evan*CCottntu ;Avtfit^. LKWISTOWN,THURSDAY, Jan. 11, ^4. OFFIC.ALPAPEE OF FERGUS COUNTY. publishedweekly by JOHNM. VROOMAN, ^ Editor and Proprietor. SenatorPower has our thanks for theCongressional Directory of the sec^^ond session of the 53d congress, also^for other valuable public documents. TheMidwinter Fair was formally^opened in San Francisco on the 1st^inst. The dedicatory exercises will not^take place until everything is complete. TheElgin Watch factory, which five^months ago reduced its force from 3,000^to 1,500 and put these on five days'^work per week, has further reduced^the week's work to three days. Asingle petition against the passage^of the Wilson bill from northern New^York weighs over eight hundred^pounds. The question is what weight^will it have with the despoilers of^A merican industry. dustryis imperiled it tries to falsify^the view- of woolgrowers and give the^impression in Washington that our^growers invite free wool. The Inde^^pendent does not favor the admis...

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. — 11 January 1894

CHURCHDIRECTORY PRBafiYTKR1AN CHUmCH. LivisrowMRegular service* are held crery^Rundair morning at ll:00o'clock. 8ab')^th ached^everv Bundar at 3:00 p. m. CbriitlanEndeaTor Society meets ever)- Thurs^^day arening at 7:30. Geo.Edwards Paator. METHODISTCHURCH. LkwlaTOWn^Service everr Sunday morning at eeverr hundv morolog^1 o'clock, and evening at 7:30. 8unday Bcboolbe^(ore morning aerrlce- Prayer meeting erery^Wednesday evening. U. r. HAWK. Paator. Puilrrook.Monthly appointment*^lat Sun^^day. Ubet, at 11 a. m. and 7 p. m.; Beaver M.^3rd Sunday. 11 a. m. and 7 p. m.: Phiibrook. rtd^Sunday, 11 a. m. and 7 p.m.; Willow creek, 4tb^Sunday, 11 a. m.^Paator'a residence. Pbllbrook. R.M. CRAVEN, Pastor. LOCALHAPPENINGS. Thedays are (jetting longer. Theice crop is now being gathered. Agood line of spectacles at Little s. Noticeto sons of veterans will be^found elsewhere. Thecold weather of the past week^delayed the mails somewhat. Pricethose Howard watches at Lit^^tle's. Elsewherewill be found ...

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. — 11 January 1894

Tear*and Nerve*. Mymedical friend explains i As the^muscular power that extends or flex^^es a finger is at a distance from the^part moved, so the excitement to^tears is from an irritation in a dis^^tant nervous center and is removed^when the nervous center is either^soothed or exhausted. The relief^comes, not from the mere escape of^tears, which is only a symptom, but^from the cessation of the storm in^the nervous chain. If the storm be^calmed by soothing measures^as^when we soothe a child that is weep^^ing from fear, annoyance or injury^^we quiet the nervous centers, upon^which the effect MM In children^the wjothiiig method succeeds, and^sometimes it succeeds in adults, al^though in adults the cessation of^tears is more commonly due to ac^^tual exhaustion following a period of^nervous activity.^Boston Globe. Lougevity\ lining the inrua. Smallsinging biids, technically^known as '^warblers,^ live from 8 to^18 years, providing they meet with^no accident. Ravens have been^known to live...

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. — 18 January 1894

Comiin *^ i. t -*^r^jtt*^i^mtty ^r^ua H,:-h weekly by JOHNM. VROOMAN. Editor and Proprietor. tnteredst L^^ilto^n P O M second cl ass msttsr TERMSOF SUBSCRIPTION: (Ifpaid io ^ i ram !^OH year^^ Turn*iu..htli. .......................mm AFTERTHIRTY DAYS: dmyear..^ Sixmonths TaSMmonths.^ ADVERTISINGRATES: (liteinch, on* insertion-% 1.00 Oneinch, one month^^-^-^^ 8,00 Oneinch, six months- 15.00 Oneinch m,r rear ~ 24.00 s..ml rales o^'^ on large space and standing^ad .'^ rtisements. Is*ss] notices 15 cents per line. I^^^ iul advertisements payahle strictly in ad- ts.oo 1.501.00 .S3.50. 2.00^. 1.50 OFFICIALROSTER. StateDirectory. (iovernor_~^John E. Rii kards LieutenantGovernor^.Alex. C. Botkin MemherofCongressflias. S. Hartiuan Secretaryof State^^....Louis Rotwitl Tmleast*-^ W. Wiight AuditorA. B. Cook Attorney(JeneralHenri J. Haskell ChiefJustice Supreme Court W. Y. Feuiber on . , ^. I E. N. Harwood AssociateJustices Supreme Court f w jj UeWitt ClerkSupreme Court-Benj. Webster Superinten...

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. — 18 January 1894

LKWISTOWN,THURSDAY, Jan. 18, 5^4.^OFFICIAL FAPSB OF FERGUS COUNTY I PUllI-IHHKUWEEKLY BY JOHNM VROOMAN, ^ Editor and Proprietor. non-prolucers of wool. I had a great^many discussions on the subject while^back east, and almost without excep^^tion the people I met are opposed to^any reduction in these articles. I be^lieve the general sentiment is that^everything produced here should have^a protective, not a tariff for revenue^only but a protective tarriff. I believe^Warren Toole, the able Democratic I t)iat this is the sentiment of 90 per^lawyer of.Helena, has come out in op- cent of the people. There are many^position to the Wilson bill.| sections where people don't care so longas what they produce is not inter^^fered with. But in general the senti^ment is against the Wilson bill so far^as it relates to the articles produced in^this state. I am satisfied it will never^tsbeeen knocked 11'*88 iu il8 Present form- When the^out again. This time his wife ianded benate Kets throuKh with 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. — 18 January 1894

CHURCHDIRECTORY PREsAYTERIA n chcrch. I.K.wtsrowNRegular Mrrlces are held ever/^Sunday morningat 11:00 o'clock. Hab'iain school^erery 8uadav at 3:00 p. m. ChrUManfcndearur Society meets every Tburs-^da, evening at HftEdwarD8 p^tor. methodistCHURCH. Lewistown^Service erery Sunday morning at^1 o'clock. and rTtninu at ':^^^ Sunday School be^^fore morning service- ITayer meeting every^Wednesday evening. D. W. HAWK, Pastor. l'liILBKixiK.Monthly appointments^1st Sun^^day. I bet, at 11 a. m. and i p. in.; Beaver Creek.^:ird Sunday. U a. m. and t p. au I'hi hr..ok. M^Sunday, 11 a. ui. and 7 p.m.; Willow creek. ^b^Sunday, 11 a. in. Iastor's residence, I'hilbrook. K.M. craven. I'aator. LOCALHAPPENINGS. Therewill be a New England supper^given by the Ladies' Aid society of^the M. E. church at the Lewistown^hotel, Friday evening Jan 2^5th. ber.They further agreed: ^That the^county superintendent may examine^an applicant to till a vacancy that oc^^curs between the dates of the regular Themembers ...

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. — 18 January 1894

TheSnail. Hohas no ground rent to pay, for bedoes not build his house upon any,^and asks no better foundations for^what he lives in than his Own back.^Being his own landlord, he is not^liable for house rent, and when he ia^not inside them his apartments are^unfurnished ones. Where'erhe dwells he dwells alone; Excepthimself has chattels none. Wellsatisfied to be his own Wholetreasure. Heis the despair of his creditors,^for he has nothing to levy upon, and^if the brokers seize his house they^seize him, too, and he is none the^worse, for he was at home as he was.^Income tax collectors gnash their^teeth over him, for if they assess him^on his house property he walks out^of it. It is his freehold only so long^as he remains within. Onceoutside it is nothing, a mere^shell, and no heading in any schedule^meets the case. This is why, no^doubt, he sometimes leaves his lodg^^ings and goes into others to baffle^the commissioners and leave the law^^yers to tax each other's costs at their^own exp...

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. — 25 January 1894

HistoricalSociety ergua(C^mttu jAvjjue rlBLISHKDWEEKLY BY JOHNM. VROOMAN. Editor and Proprietor. fcnteradat Le*istov^n P O as second class matter TERMSOF SUBSCRIPTION:^(Ir paid in advance.) (Ianyear-mm $3.00 ^ixmonths.._^..........^^^..^^^^ mmW Ih-1.00 AFTERTHIRTY DAYS: I year^^$3.50 IImolitha2.00 Ti.re.-month*- t.W ADVERTISINGKATES: Oneiiu-'i ^in- iiiM-rtion.f 1.00 Oneinch, tine mentli^..-.- 3.00 Oneinch. ^' months- 15.00 Oneinch vear.. ^ il.OO s, .ill i .te. niven on large ^|^ace und standing^aj rtia-meiita. IAt al notice* M cents per line. ... b|.i-rti*c-iiieiit* payable strictly in ad-^u. e. Illt il 1 11. KOSTKK. SSSSD.ii liovcrnor-m^John E. Kickanls IItiataaanl OiHflil-Alex. t^. Botkin Memberol ^^.^ ifraai^iia*. s. Hart man rural^rv ^f M.,trLash Kotaitt 1raaaantr_ F. \V. \ViiKlu Auditor_A. B. Cook AttorneyOaaaMalHenri J. Haskel! t'hlefJustice supreme t'ourt VV. Y. I'cintier on .ikn. Harwood^aaaastaae Jaatices Supreme ^ .nrt t ^. ^ IieWitt flirtSupreme OaaMl...Benj. Webster aaaa...

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. — 25 January 1894

Iferguff^ountjj 3lra^^. LEWISTOWN,THURSDAY, Jan. 25, 04. OFFICIALPAPER OF FERGUS COITHTY. publishedweekly by JOHNM. YROOMAN, ^ Editor and Proprietor. QueenLil is very ill. Andwhut shall we send her^^A bottle ot wine to make her shine And^ Paramount^ Ulouut to attend her. SecretaryCarlisle has offered for sale^$50/100,000 of government bonds to^run ten years at five per cent. CongressmanJohn H. Gear will suc^^ceed James F. Wilson as senator from^Iowa. Iowa Republicans could not^have made a better choice. Partiesdesiring a second hand throne^(with a queen thrown in) can be ac^^commodated by calling on Cleveland,^Uresham ^ Co., Washington, D. C. objectlesson before the bouse on that^or the following day. Mr. Groovenor^of Ohio, while speaking, called atten^^tion to the suit of clothes he wore,^which he purchased the day before for^$10.80 and which was guaranteed to be^all wool. He exhibited in contrast a^suit he had purchased in England for^$16.50 which in material and work^^manship was...

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. — 25 January 1894

CHURCHDIRECTORY. PRIbBYTERIANCHIRCH. LRWisrows^ KoguUr Mrricea ^^ held Man^Punday morniuf at 11:00 o'clock. SabSath school^erert Sunday at .1:00 p. m. ChriMlanKndeaior Society meets ^rery Thurs^^day avening at 7:30. - 'GEO. EdwaRDb Pastor. METHODISTCHURCH. LewistownSerrice e^ery Sunday morning at 1o'clock, and evening at 7::i0. Sunday School be^^fore morning service- Prayer meeting every^Wednesday evening.t'. r. HAWK. Pastor. PHILBKh^k.^Monthly appointments^1*1^day. I'bet. at 11 a. ni. and 7 p. ro.; Heaver ( nek.^Srd Sunday. 11 a. ui. and 7 p. m.: Ph^Sunday, 11a. m. and 7 p. m ; Willui^Sunday. 11 a. m. 1astor's residence. Philhrook. K.M. ( raven. Pastor k.2nd^creek, ^h LOCALHAPPENINGS. BeadKiltie's ad. on editorial pwJB. BmmInotice akawlMn of broken^tea ins for sale. Tike or nod your watch to LitUo'a^tor repairs. Qao.Pirrieapent m ouple of days in^town HWt week. Thetemperature is unlike Bancho's^ghost. It will (loan. Aregistered pharmacist will till^your prescription at Little's. Mr...

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. — 25 January 1894

THESHUT EYE TRAIN. Come,my little one. with me!^There are wondrous atfghti to sea^As the evening shadows fall:^In your pretty cay anil gown.^Don't detain^The Shut Eye train^^Tlns-a-linic:^ the hell it goeth,^^Toot, toot^' the whistle bloweth.^And we hear the w annus call,^^All aboard for Shut Kye Town! Overhill and over plain^Soon will speed the Shut Kye train!^Tlin.injh the hlue where bloom the start^Anil tli.: Mother M0..11 look.-, down.^We'll away^To land of Fay ^^Oh. the sights that wo shall bee therel^Come, my little one. with me there^^Tis a pMWy train of cars-^All aboard for Shut Eye Town. Swifterthan a wild bird's flight^Through the malms of fleecy light.^We -hall speed and .-peed away!^Let the ni^ht in envy frown^^What care we^How wp'th -lie bel Tothe Halow land above tt^,^Tothe lialow folk who love ua.^Let m hasten w hile we may-^All aboard for Shut Eye Tow nl ShutEye Town is imssiiny fair^^Golden dream-, await us there: We-hall dream those dream*, my dear.^Till the Mo!her...

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. — 1 February 1894

HistoricalSociety Vol.XI. No. '27. LEWISTOWN,FERGUS COUKTY, MONT., THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1894. Price10 Cts. REPUBLICANIN POLITICS, AND DEVOTED TO THE MINERAL, AGRICULTURAL, STOCK AND WOOL INTERESTS OF THE GREAT JUDITH COUNTRY. -criju0(Csmntu Avtute publishedweekly by JOHNM VROOMAN Editor and Proprietor. tntared at Lewistown P O M second class matter TERMSOF SUBSCRIPTION:^(If paid in advance.)^One year^_ ^2-50 SixmuntbiM.^HHW-wMw^MMMMMMM 1.50 Tnrremouth- .........................^ 1.00 AFTERTHIRTY DAYS: oneyear^W.00 Sixiuoutha_-^ 2.00 Threetuontha^ LM ADVERTISINGRATES: Oneinch, one inaertion-......._.....$ 1.00 Oneinch, oue month.................. ................. 3.00 Oneinch, ail tuontha- 15.00 Oueinch on^ vear-~. 24.00 St-clal rateH given on large apace and standing^ad -'crtiaeiuenta. Loal uoticea 15 cents per line. BfasMadvertiaeuienta payable atrictly nad- OFFKIiLROSTER. BANK ThomasF. Oaies.Henry C. Payne, HenryC. Rouse, Receivers. N OR T H E R N PA C I F I C R. R. IIS^. THE^' ...

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. — 1 February 1894

UEWI8TOWX,THURSDAY, Feb. 1, ^94. OFFICIAL PAPER OF FERGUS COUNTY. i'liii.ishkdweekly by JOHNM. VROOMAN, * Editor aad Proprietor. THEARGUS FOB *2 50 A YEAR Owingto the hard limes which are^felt severely by a great majority of the^readers of the Am.i s, we have decided^to cut the subscription price down to^$2.50. While this course may prove^of no benefit to us we trust it will be^appreciated by our readers and the^general public. The expense of pub^^lishing the Am.rs is but a trifle less^than it wns ten years ago, while the in^^crease in population has not been such^us to greatly enlarge our circulation.^The larger the circulation the cheaper^u paper can be offered. It is the im^tnense circulation of eastern papers^that enables the publishers to offer^them at the very low prices they do^Most any country paper would be glad^to take their circulation, if they had^facilities for doing the printing, and^furnish the paper at a still cheaper^rate. Two other things also cut^great figure, the...

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. — 1 February 1894

CHURCHDIRECTORY presbyterianchcrch.^i.ew 19 town^Regular Mnlcei ^re held ^^r/^Rumi.y morning mt 11:00 o'clock. 8^b'j^th iichool everyHand*/ at 3:00 p. m. ChristianKndearor Society lueeta every Thurs^^day evefilng at 7:30.^^ .^9 Uku. Edwards Pastor. methodistchcrch. LewistownService every Sunday morning at^1 o'clock, and evening at 7:ao. Sunday School be^^fore morning service- Prayer meeting every^Wednesday evening. L'. V. hawk. Pastor. Phii.brook^Monthly appointments^1st Sun^^day, t'bet. at 11 a. m. and 7 p. m.; Beaver^::rd .-uuday. U a. SB. and T p. SJkl Phi hrook, Jna^Sunday. 11 a. m. and 7 p.m.; Willow creek. ^b^Sunday, 11 a. m. iastor's residence. Philbrook. K.m. Craven. Pastor. LOCALHAPPENINGS. KeatlLittle's ad. on editorial page. Subscribefor tbe AMD*. Only^(9.50 a year. TtUe or send your watch to Little's^tor rei/airs. Furcoats at eastern prices. Read^advertisement of T. C Power ^ Bro.'s. Aregistered pharmacist will fill^your prescription at Little's. LeatherCoats at COST rea...

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. — 1 February 1894

BABY'STHROBBING HEAD. TheDoctor, In III- Credit, Iti.l Not Laugh atMM .Motli^r'a Ft-ars. Therewas a corumotiou iu a house^^hold on Fourth avenue the other^day. The hrand new baby, the only^infantile specimen in the Nuwed^home, was in the arms of its doting^mother, who was looking for some^new portion of its pink anatomy to^kiss ami admire. Suddenly there^was a scream, followt.il by a hysteric^^al half an hour, while the servants^were pent in breathless search for^the family dix-tur. When the grave^ttld physician entered the room, the^poor woman was walking to and fro^like one di-uacted. pausing now and^then to grasp her crowing child to^her, then rejjlacinir it in * cradle to^resume her nervous tread, weeping^and wringing ber li;^iuK Oh.doctor! My poor baby! Save^him if you can! But I know you^can't. Oh. my poor child : Forfive minutes or more this con^^tinued in spite of the phy.-ician's ef^^forts to learn what was the matter.^He examined the child, saw nothing^that apparently aile...

Publication Title: Fergus County Argus
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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