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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fergus County argus. — 15 March 1894

H.st Vol.XI. No. 3:^. LEWISTOWK,FEBQXJ8 COUNTY, MONT., THURSDAY, MA KOI L 15, 1894. Price10 Cts. REPUBLICANIN POLITICS, AND DEVOTED TO THE MINERAL, AGRICULTURAL, STOCK AND WOOL INTERESTS OF THE GREAT JUDITH COUNTRY. -cvtuteCtfuwtll JU^ii* nMMnviKii by^JOHN M VROOMAN, Editor and Proprietor. tn tared at Le*isto*n P O as second diss matter TKit MS OF BUHGKimOlf: ilfnai^l in ailvaiice.) Inryear^- '--50 iiamonth*^-^^ Tiirreuicilltlii ^- Ml AKTKKTHIRTY PAYS: y.-.r-mvm II. I^ 2-00 Tare*-moulli^ AI iVKRTISINti RATES: Oneilic'i. MM insertion^* 1(* OneInch, one luclith ^ 300 OneMMk, Ml MMMlM- 15-,j0 OMMMm VMM- --'* 0U s..ill ratr* given ou large ^pace auil standing^a.l ertiaeweiita. l.oal MMM IS l ent* per line. -...-ial advertisements payable strictly in ad- OFI'KIAI. ROSTER. StateDirectory. Governor-^John E. Rit-kards LlaaMaaal(MiMOTMfAlex. (' Hutkiii Meinlierol0m|mi^....('lias. S. Hartman MMUn*t wauUmI; ^^;^^' Tnmmwm~~^ *^ f'-fjlfiS AuditorA- B-twk AttorneyommtsjHeiiri J. Haakel! (.-kiefJu...

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. — 15 March 1894

SHALLWOMAN SMOKEf Bhallwoman BmokeT Why should she Bat, If shela minded to Whyshouldn't woman do the thine* that lord^^ly mu may dot Hemakes her stand on tramway cars, a-cling-^lng to a strap. E'enthouch she step upon his feet or tumble^in his lap. She'sentered into politics: she practices at law;^She's taken up the surgeon's work with lancet andwith saw.^Some play at football, so we're told, and there arealso some^Who on their safety bicycle* like Boreas do hum. Manmakes her de a thousand things that once werehis to do.^If she assumes his duties, pray, why not his pleasurestooT^She wears his collars, and her clothes are cut quiteas his are.^If she he mannish in her dress, why not have hercigar And,furthermore, man has encroached on woman'ssphere of late.^He's taken on dressmaking at a truly wondrous rate. Andsome men's clubs for gossip beat the Dor^^cas out of sight.^To thus encroach and yield no Jot most sorely htnot right. Ofcourse 'twill not be pleasant Just at lint to seeMlnett...

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. — 22 March 1894

HistoricalSociety JfergM Vol.XI. No. 34. LEWISTOWN,FERGUS COUNTY, MONT., THURSDAY, MARCH 22, 189-1. Price10 Cts. REPUBLICANIN POLITICS, AND DEVOTED TO THE MINERAL, AGRICULTURAL, STOCK AND WOOL INTERESTS OF THE GREAT JUDITH COUNTRY. ftVfmm(County ,A,ruite n'bi.I'HSUwkkklv BY JOHNM. VROOMAN. Editor andTProprietor. tnteredat Le^isto^vn PO as second class matter TBBMaOF SUBBCBIFTIOHs (Ifpaid in advance.)^mi* year_^^ ^-^ -IXi.IOIltlll*.-- Tareeuionthit-- K(* AFTKIlTHIRTY days: 'MMyear niolillci..^MM mullt i ..H.00 ..2.00^.. 1.50 ADVF.RTIS1NGKATES: OMill*.*:,, ono innertion* \JR oneinch, olie month^^^ - 3.00 lineinch, MMaMl ,5-^ tineinclvi-lr - - MM 1i u MM ijiveii ou large ^|^ace and MMMMJ^a.l . rtin menu. I...il notice., IS celita tier line. li.iaalaln.iw in-mi ni* payable strictly in ad- HUH ROSTER. MMUlrrclorr. OlUfat--^^*^ K- Kickar.l,. UaMMauMIl ...v.-riior_Alex. ( . Motion Menrul Uonfl^M_....Oia^. ^. Ilartman .retan ^l StalaLaajj Koiwitt Treasurer*^ ^-J*1**! A.ii,^r a. B. ^ ook tlU...

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. — 22 March 1894

LKW18TOWN.THCB8DAY, March H, '.u. OFFIC'ALPAPER OF FEEOUS COUNTY. rt'HI.IMIKDWKKKI.V BY JOHNM. VROOMAN, * Editor and Proprietor. TheDemocratic party will be known^in the future us t lie soup house party. TIminjury of elevating a crank to^the portion of governor is clearly ex^^emplified in the person of Governor^W.iite of Colorado. Tin-St. I.^mis (ili.he 1 ^t mix-rut says thfiMiwinairmi riTTrr ii the only thing^tii.it baa riMM since the Wil.-on taritl^bill IM introduced. (Jinen l.ilis.-aid to he gathering ^n^army of tiamps. She probably took^the cue from QlOTM Cleveland ttliG^h i^ already accumulated an army of^two millions. Thenianil seigiiinnige hill QpaMd^the MMMta on 'l'hur^day of la^t week^without amendment hy a vote of 44^toSI. What I're.-ident Cleveland wili^do with the hill is a matter of conjee-^MM Thelirst order of hu.-iness in the^Itieekenridge trial at \\ a-hington every^inorning is to invite the counsel en-^d in the ease to-tep forward and^leave their lirearms with the j...

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. — 22 March 1894

CHURCHDIRECTORY. PKK.-BYTF.HIANCHIKCH. U^ i-rows -K.-^ul^r services ^re heM every RmmIi. morula ami null ^^^^^^ ^ht nr^^,l.,v mlwm k^efcfceMi school t^i^ bun- dayat Ml P- m- ChristianI i^ I. iv .r i. ty meets every 1 hurs- ilsjreveninK at 7:3U. isilltsjfimorning ^nil evening tir^t^KuihUi ofeaek saonlli it Christian Wiednian's. (tEo.Kuwahi^ l'astor. MKTHODISTCHl'RCH. L|^ [~tom'n^ Mevte* i-vtTv .--titular nioniins; at^I ^^ clock, and inning at 7::^. Sunday School he^^ron norniim ^errie*' 1'rayer meeting every^Wi liu-laj . i. long.V. V. HAWK. 1-a.tor. pimning.-Monthlyumftkmtmmfm la ^^^ ,1-n.I 'M, at II ^. ni and J^ m.; Beaver I reek^3rii Sunday, IIa. m. and 7 |.. in.; rhi timok.-nd^rluoday, I I a. m and 7 |^. m.; Willow irei k, 4th^Minday, 1 i a. 111.^rastor'a residence, l'bilbrook. K.M. i'KIVES, Pastor LOCALHAPPENINGS. Sumwill MM bea* little fly^lm|irove eucli hIiiiiiiik Imur Inr^|^^ ^^lint; just ua many iih|m^a- mm within his power. Readtattle's ad. on editorial page.^Good Saner Krau...

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. — 22 March 1894

Thel.lfr of tlie World. Unnta ^ (central mi wittapraafl notion,which tha rurious investiga^^tor will taoA scattered throughout^both nmiia vul mWi modan litera^^ture, that the WOtU will last 6.000^years from Um data of its creation.^An inscription in one of Martin Lu-^llur s booln reads as follows: ^Elijah,^the projihet. said that the world had^existed 2.000 jmII before the law^Iras given (from Adam to Moses),-^would exist -J.m o years under the^Mosaic law (from Moses to Christ)^and 2.t years under the Christian damwaamtfcm,and then it would be burned. Inthe Etrurian account of the cre^^ation (by Boidaa) I find a similar tra^^dition. ^The Creator spent C.000^years in creation, and 6.000 more are^allotted to the earth. Inthe black letter edition of Foxes^^Aets and Monuments^ there is a^whole sermon given, with the 6.000^year limit of the earth's duration as^a text. (S'-u uliove work, edition of^1S3S.) Somewriters contend that the ^six^days^ referred to in Holy Writ really^means (,000 ...

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. — 29 March 1894

HistoricalSoci ety jFerp Counit) Vol.XI. No. 35. LEW1STOWX,FERGUS COUNTY, MOST., THURSDAY, MARCH 29, 1894. Price10 Cts. REPUBLICANIN POLITICS, AND DEVOTED TO THE MINERAL, AGRICULTURAL, STOCK AND WOOL INTERESTS OF THE GREAT JUDITH COUNTRY. l-ubli-hedWEEKLY BY JOHNM. VROOMAN, EditoKandtProprietor. tntared at Le^istown PO as second class matter TERMSOF SUBSCRIPTION: (Ifpaid in advance.) n*year^-- $2.50 -il months........ 1.50 T^ mm .months--^ 1-00 afterTHIRTY DAYS: 11. yrar-13.00 -;xmonths-^-^.^ 2.00 tin- ^ mouths 1-60 ADVERTISINGRATES: Oneinc'i. oru i NMTt ion-^ 1-00 Onei in h, one month..^^ *-00 Oneinch, aial months- 15.00 Oninch. o,,r vear_ - 24.00 scialrati-- niven on large space and standing^ad .-rtisruieiits. La:ii notices 15 cents per line. -arial advertisements payable strictly in ad- OFFICIAL.ROHTER. stateDirectory. Governor..~John E. Riekarda l.i.itciKiiit Qiihih_Alex. (.'. Botkin TliikinlCsMtfVaMChaa. S. Hartiuan -.i i clary of Slate^Louis Rotwitt Treason*_^ k. W, Wiight Aud...

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. — 29 March 1894

IFermte^omtttf ^rgtte. lewlstown,THCKsrAY, March 2a,'t^4. OFFICAL PAPER OF FERGUS COURTY. I'lHI.IHMKDweekly by JOHNM. VROOMAN, * Editor and Proprietor. HelenaDemocrats havegone tlirough^the form of nominating a municipal ticket. Itis now uVcovered that there is no^protection whatever for wool in the^Wilson hill. An intimation of the kind^was an error. Ith now thought that dog days will^00^ bofon the Wilson hill passes the^MNMtei Hill, Hrice and Gorman do^not like the hill in its present form. HelenaPopolista bnvv nominated a^municipal ticket, .lohn H. Hawbf is^iiitmed lor m;iyor, J. H. .lorgens for^t reiisurer and Jerome Norris tor pub^Ik judge. Thesupreme court of Colorado has^tmt doWU herd upon Governor Waitt^If the m'hI crank would he kind enough^to die or re^ign peace might he restored^in Oolorndofj capital. Thedeath of that grand old patriot,^J.ouin Kossuth, even at the age of^Ilinetjr-tWO, will he learned with regret^in every land where the tires of pat^riotism are hurtling. 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. — 29 March 1894

CHURCHDIRECTORY. PBKoBYTKKIiNCHI'RCB. I.KWl-row ^KeguUr services mre held ejery^ruii.'.o, iu..rnil.K and evening elcept the hrst bun-^d^y iTmI mU. Sat^'.aih .cbuol every bun- 'U.ViVtiai,^4.'^v^r M^ ^mu*wj Thurs^^day evening al 7:30. \kpim- rwie- morning and evening first^KuihUj ^! tm I' MMMitli :,i ^ bristiaii Wiedman'i. UEii.tnwnus 1'aator. MKTHODIHTchihch. IK^ l-T'iwv^service every Sunday Diorning at^1 ,. , l.^ b. and evening alSunday School oe- fanm..minu ^arvter 1*1 VM meeting every^U. !,^ ,a; . .. Bi^^.t- r'- HAWK. 1'Mtor. PHILMOOK.Monthly annoiiitiuents^ 1st Sun-^.1.,, :..t 11 a. u.. and 7 |^. m.; Beaver I reek, rjSuxUt. ii a. .... and 7 ,.. m.: l'h..hro^k. -lid^Min tay, 11^. i... and 7,,. ui.; Willow creek. 4th^Min.lay. 11 a. m. ia-tor's residenee. l'hilhrook. ItM. i'baVBN. I'antur LOCALHAPPENINGS. vill lu BaadLittia'a ad. oa editorial page.^Qoo4 8 UMff Kraut for sale at Kicli- ar.^. '1'ikm Of s.-nd your watch to little's^tor repairs. Wint.r should move on, it in wear^^ing ou...

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. — 29 March 1894

THETRAMPS. herea little, as the dawn^. and 1 dread^, half a finger. Comrades,leave mi comeson npan\^For the morning's raw and gusty toieave the place.^Let o^ Ihuw M with this whisky thatIk all. WhileI moralize our prospects to the tune of^LocKsley Hall. Intlvk|M m andering worthies start upon ourendless quest. Askinghuinhly for employ mtnt.findinu naught hutcopious rent,^^ml Mawi kind Nature's liounties we may lead acareless life.^Dreaming 'mid the flowers and grasses far fromvain ambition's strife. Butwhen winter's heartless breezes drive us^from our loved retreats. Whenthe haystack's shelter fails us, and we^haunt the city's streets. ThennMd mMrt simple raiment seems to^shrink and leave us hare. Andwe In-.; or steal or plunder for a most un^^welcome fare. Herewe herd like swine together, 6hivering in thisold Isii car.^Former friends would scorn to own us could they^ee Just where we are.^So rn'.l over, jolly comrades, underneath this moldystraw.^For ulonc we freeze beneath it. whil...

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. — 5 April 1894

Society |CgUi Setmtg ^rn^ nhmrih kkki.y by JOHNM. VROOMAN, Editor aod Proprietor. fcntaredat Le*iltown P O as second class matter TERMSOF BUnOBIPTfOX: (IfpflM In ^tlvaiu-e. Dmy^^r^^so Ml!^ mithfl-m IsM TmwjmbMm^^^- i.o ArI KK THIRTY I^AY8: omyeur^...--$3.00 SixluonlliH- 2.00 Tiw month*^^ W ADVERTISINGKATES: Oneinr t ^m^ insertion^....$ 1.00 lineI nib. one month- S.00 On.-im-li. .1* oioiitlia- 15.00 Oneinth ^n. Vl^^r- -- 24.00 Hrcial mil^ tfiven on large space and standing^ad ^ rt inemellta. l.o il notice* l.i cent^ per line, . ai lei advertiaeiuenla payable strictly in ad-^va ^ e. Or'MlIAI. ROSl'KK. MateUlrrelory. SJaafarnur^John E. Riekarda Iieuleaaal I awnu_Alex. ('. Hot kin MeanbarwriPeas,iees^^^^ f%^ si. llanman Secretaryol State-I^'^' Kotwitt Ireaaurei ^^'. W. Wiigut Auditor^A. B. Cook AttorneyYieneralHenri J. Uaakel! ChiefJaatioa SapcaaaeCeatrt w. Y. I'emlier on IK. N. liarwood a late Justices supreme i urt j w H j^yi'lit c1. rk ^anteasM Court-Helij. Webster kapulnlmll I'ui.li...

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. — 5 April 1894

LKWISTOWN.Till RSDAY. April Hi^OFFICIAL PAPEB OF FERGUS COUNTY. I'lUI.ISHKDWKKKLV BY JOHNM. YROOMAN, * Editor and Proprietor. l'roiukruii.-t,the MlteM of Carter^Harrison, will piobaldy hang tomor-^r^ ^w or not al all. Thetmtimumjf of the silver-plated^orator of Kentucky only makes deeper^the hole of oblivion into which he will^tumble. Thefruit Oft^p is injured l^y falsi M mmypsrts of the ^wiHw Urntm. Up todate Montana hunch ^;rass is all^rinl't. Uov.N irlhern appointed Speaker^rha-. F. ^^risp to succeed the lute Al^fre.l H. Cnli|uitt as senator. Mr. Crisp^Jims since declined the honor. curedthe conviction of a number of^cattle thieves and sent them to the^pen and the stockmen of this county^have made a good move in that direc^^tion. Horse stealing, as an occupa^^tion, is a thing of the past in this county^^nd cattle thieves should be made to^understand that their depredations^will be followed with swift punishment^when convictions can be etcured. DISTRICTCOURT. TbeProceedings asCont...

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. — 5 April 1894

CHURCHDIRECTORY presbyterianchcrch. Lewistown^ Regular ^er^lce^ ^re hel.l erery Rufxlatinnruing ami evening except Ihe lirat Sun^^day ^(each Math. h*MM ^cuoul every bun- iIav Ml Ml (^^ ^i. am CkriMlaar^^r^B^cU^J meetn every rnum- dy vveiiing at 7:JU. a.r.mk1.1-- Service^ morning anil evening first^Rtiwlaj ^ ^ ti VMM ill ;ii Christian Wiediuan'i. flU.kuvvarum 1'nntur. vi i nonisr chi rch.^LbwiCTOWN^Service every Surnlay morning at^I o'lI-m . . .in-i ^ vi-ning at 7M. BMMf School l^e- f.,r. iilag s.riiie- l'rayer meeting every \\.Imilj an ning. 0. r. IIA^k. I'aotor. PMIItlM M^iMf ^i^pointmei^tii^1st Sun-^.1: -. , I liet. at 11 a. in. and 7 p. in.; Beaver ^ reek,^-.in.lav. 11 a. in. anil 7 (.. m-; ^^'^^^^^*^s,,i,.Uy. Ila.at.aa4 7 p.m.; Willow creek, 4th^MoadajTa 11 a. in. 1aslor's resilience, rhilbrook. K.m. i'haven, f'atitor. LOCALHAPPENINGS. RgadL^ittl^'a md. oa editorial page.^^;. ,1.1 s nier Kraut for sale at Rich^iwi'h. Schoolelections occur next Satur-^^l,,y. Take^i- mni your watc...

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. — 5 April 1894

Presentiments. Ofcourse I believe in presenti^^ments,^ said Bud Harkins. ^One of^the most vivid tilings that ever oc^^curred to me in that way happened^a^^out a year ago. I was in New Mex^i. o. and my wife and baby were in^Toledo. One night I was lying in^bed and had not y^-t gone to sleep,^when a mist seemed to envelop the^voom, and out from the mist came a^picture of my wife leaning over the^baby, and to my horror the child was^dead. 'I tried to shake off the idea, but I^could not. It haunted me all that^night and kept me from doing any^work the next day. There was no^telegraph station from which I could^telegraph, and if there had been it^would have done no good. I knew^just as well as though I had been^present that the child was dead. I^left the night after my vision for^home, telegraphing at the earliest^jmssible opportunity. Allthe way to Chicago I had a^teeing that I should not take the^first train to Toledo; that there would^be an accident, and when I reached^the city I was ...

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. — 12 April 1894

historicalSoc lety Jergw Vol.XI. No. 37 lewisWw.v i i i:^.i ^^ ^ ^ ^i \ rv, mont., Tiiri;-i^.\ v. wlii.il i Price10 Cts. REPUBLICANIN POLITICS, AND DEVOTED TO THE MINERAL, AGRICULTURAL, STOCK AND WOOL INTERESTS OF THE GREAT JUDITH COUNTRY. ,-cx-tjn^* (Ci-tmttu Ar^ue NMMWfMUby^JOHN M. V ROOM AN. Editor and Proprietor. tnteredat Le^i^to*n P O as second class matter TERMSOF SUBSCRIPTION: (Ifpaid in advance.) Naevpar^.- f2.5u Ma_^_^-.. i.so T..ii month.^ 1.00 AKTKKTHIRTY DAYS: ..I.*yearS3.00 -i ruoiitlin~. 2.00 T.re Month*. I-M ADVERTISINGKATES : hi^iiu* i. ^^^^*^ iic***rtion^$ 1.00 inch,t^itc month ...... 3.00 Ominch, -iia month*.- 15.00 Ohinch o,^- vear 24.00 ritf-^.t^m. uu large apace and standing^ad ^TtiM'inent!t. !* .il mti Icsa 11 NMi i^cr line.^-- .^^^,:.! ^4vf*rti*eiueot* payable strictly to ad-^\m ^ e. nTVNUikiimih *tateUirrclory. OtlwaM. .John E. Rick arils UttlMMl^mverri.ir..Alex. (\ Hutkin M.intM^r^.i OMagffMi......rbas. S. Hartman retary.^f tttalcLoui* Rot win Traaawrvi^* \...

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. — 12 April 1894

4ermto (Comttu Jr^aaaa*. I.KWISTOWN,THURSDAY, April 12. '94. OFFICAL PAPER OF FERGUS COUNTY nnwawkkki.v i^^JOHN M. VROOMAN, * Editor and Proprietor. Coxey'sarmy is ^in tlie middle of^ttie road^ but there is plenty of walU-^Utg tliat is not yet taken up. (iovernor Northern has appointed^Patrick Walsh, editor of the Augusti^Chronicle, to succeed Senator Colquitt. Therecan he no silver legislation as^long as (irover Cleveland is president.^Hi- vi to of the seigniorage bill settles^that point. Milwaukee,which has hern solidly^I ^i in^^ ratic for a number of years, last^wci k elected a Kepublican mayor by^4,000 majority. Kventhe greasers can't stand the^I h inni rain- policy of ruin. Alhe-^qurrque, New Mexico, elected a Ke-^tmliliritti mayor last wei k. Anythingthat hears the Democratic^brand this year is condemed and^dumped into the rubbish heap. And^yet the cuckoos will not take a hint. Themugwump Harper's Weekly is^of tin- opinion that the Wilson hill will^be defeated in the senate an...

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. — 12 April 1894

CHURCHDIRECTORY. niF..-SYTEKI*N CKllCH. UffMttl-flakinerrlcM are held eyery^hllll ui^rniii^ ^nd tTdiinc eicept Ibr hrat Sim^^ilar of . a. h Matt. Bab'ialh achool tret} buo-^ilav at :::(^^ p ^^^ _. 'Uiistian Kndi-aTur Sinirty meets erery 1 burs-^day evening at 7:3u. \mi j ..r\iie- murniiig ^n^l evening firtt ijuf ^-u. h month at Christian Wiedman'a. iKO.EDWAKIrt Pafllor. methodistCHl'RCH.^I.k^ hT(iw^^Service every Sunday morning at^1 ^i ^ lock, and evening at 7::Vj. Sunday School b^-^fore nioniing service- 1'rayer meeting every^\\. li,.-.la^ . lining.I*. K HAWK. Faator. rillLBRiioK.Monthly appointment^^l^t Sun^^day. [That, at 11 a. n. and 7 |. in.; Ifeaver Creek,^.1 Sunday. 11a. m. and 7 p. iu.: i'hiibrook, -^nd^-unlay. l'l a. m. and 7 p.m.; Willow creek. 4tb^Malty, 11a. iu. 1'aslor'wresi.leli^-e, I'liillirook. KM. Ckaven. 1'aator LOCALHAPPENINGS It.-mlLit tie's ad. on editorial page^Tike or send your watch to Little's torre[^;tirs. Aragiatflnd pharmacist will till^your PCBBcriptMMl ...

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. — 12 April 1894

HELDJr^ BY HER LOVER. ABl;hw ayman loses a Itridc Through^Her Pluck an a Stage Driver. Ofcourse you've heard innumer^^able romances ^ ^t women stage driv^^ers,^ Raid F. C Olcutt of Cheyenne to^a reporter. ^So have I. and most of^them are fiction, t^x^, I have no doubt,^but I know of one in which every^word is tnm. The heroine of my ^-ti ^ry^was not the regular driver of the^foach which I have in mind, but tlur^lug the trip I sjM'ak of she was a^buhstKute for her brother, who wasa^bunner, and having bam reared on^the bm she was noted for feats more^u-u:il to nu n than women. For in^^stance, she was an excellent horse^^woman. couM rule almost any horse,^was ^ first rate shot and was not^afraid of anything. Often she had^driven the coach for her brother,^when from any MM he wanted to^have a day ofi\ She did it well, too;^l^erfeetly, in fact, and she was the^pride of all the people roundalxnit. Nowshe had a lover, which was^perfectly natural and quite eommend-^^bla Her lover lived with ...

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