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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fergus County argus. — 24 May 1894

Historics Oc.ety Jergti Step Vol.XI. No. i:;. LBWISTOWN,FERGUS COUNTY, MONT., THURSDAY. MAY 24, 1894. Pike10 Cts. HEFUBL1CANIN POLITICS, AND DEVOTED TO THE MINERAL, AGRICULTURAL, STOCK AND WOOL INTERESTS OF THE GREAT JUDITH COUNTRY. gtvgm*ttj^^Ut Ar^ue ^I'BI.I^HK|iWKKKI.Y BY JOHNM VKOOMAM, Editorland Proprietor tnteredat Le*iitown POaisacond classmattar termsoijiunwii mm (Ifpsid in mdvftOL-e.| Oney*^ar^-- f-.bO -iiinudtha ^......m^^mim 1.50 1. m , .u*M 1.00 APTKKTHIRTY UAYB: iHit year$3.00 nixruontlin^... 2.00 Tureeuioutba...... 1.50 ADVERTISINGRATES: Oneimn. una iasertlunmf 1.00 DMinch, one uiontb tmmmmmmmmmtm^mmmm 8.00 OneInch. *n won t ha 15.00 Oneinch tttm rearpM 24.00 H,^iitl rates gi Ten od large space and stand log^^ I r-itfneiuenU. i^^ si mNm 15 ceuts per line, v,f iil itdvertiaeiuenta payable strictly tn ad- iiMHIAI. HOWTEK. MtirOlrertary. Ouvernur..John E Rickards Licut9uaiiL Liovurnor .. Ales. C. Hotkin Memberot OMgMl.^*^. -.4^hftM. rt. Hariiuan S*-,retary of M.ttt* ...la...

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. — 24 May 1894

evnue County Aniit*. LKWISTOWN,THURSDAY, May 24. 1^4. OFFICIALPAFEB OF FERGUS COUNTY. muMimni uv^JOHN M. VROOMAN, ^ Editor and Proprietor. PresidentCleveland went on a fish^inn trip again last week. He look ^ec^retary tirenhani along to spit on the^bait. CincinnatiEnquirer: CoiiRresa has^I.hpii in session three-fourths of a year.^Beeoisl: K^ tariff legislation, hut two virion*h:ts at silver. [r. Rice, ridaesi bjr Taml, raptured^thn $25,OO0 stokes in the BrookIjTB^hand left p. The winning horse is. owned^by Fr**\ Foster of Minneapolis. TheDemocratic hou-e of representa^^tives experience BO trouMe in securing^a quorum since they adopted the rule^of mi enlightened Kepuhlican states^^man. TheDemocratic pros has Inula good^deal to-ay ahoiit the danger of trusts^Now n hill has heen evolved in tin^-.cnate exclusively ill the interest of^trusts. AL;a- wi II has heen opened on tin^\\ allace farm near Fostoria. Ohio, that^emits 50,000,000 feet of gas per day^Barring Voorhees of Indiana it i- ...

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. — 24 May 1894

CHURCHDIRECTORY PKIsBYTEHIANCHFKH. I.EWlsroWN^ Kefular aervkea ^re belJ ewjr^Huuday oiornint ami evening enej.1 Itae bnt ^un-^day ul wli inuntli. HablaUta .. booI fwtj Bon^day ^t M:Ou p. iu. tkiMlMfilm r^ T iiwmU every llmrv^day averting at ws AINkll-9bervieen morning and eveuing tor.1^Sunday of cu lt nii.nlti Hi ( briil inn YYleduianV^BMi Ehwakiw Pastor. MKTHO0I9TMM LlcvriaTuWNService every Sunday morning at^I o'clock, abd evening at 7:^to. Sunday Kcliuorua^fore luurnibK service- Prayer rneetlnil every^Wednesday eveningI^. K. IIAwk. Pastor. flllLBKooK.^Monthly aupolntuieuts^ 1st ^^^^-^day, I'tiet. at 11 a m and 7|i lu., Beaver Creel,^:trd Sunday. 11 a. u.. and 7 u. m.: Phi.l.rook. -lid^r-unday, II a. in and Ip. a*-j Willow .re.-k.-llb^Sunday, 11 a. iu. Iastor's resldeu.e. Pbilbrook. KM ( HAVEN. Pastor LOCALHAPPENINGS. Dr.A. K. Kionir-r, l).-ntiwt. NoticedMMM it^ Uttis's^Examine Little'* new stationery.^Candies tresli from the factory at^Little's. KemeinlierFergus count y has a fair...

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. — 24 May 1894

Thei i... i.^ Fare or Belragurred Pari*. Everybodyconversant with the^history of the siege of Paris by the^^ iennans will remember that the in^^habitants of the beleaguered city^were led for a time on the flesh of^African anil Asiatic beasts and birds^of prey from the zoological gardens.^There has lately been discovered a^]Kicket of letters which throw an in^^teresting light on this matter. These^documents have been deposited in^the Carnavalet museum. They w^re^addressed by M. (ieoffroy Saint-Hi-^laire, director of the Jardin d'Accli-^mation in the Bois de Boulogne, to^M. DelxKjs, a butcher on the Boule^^vard Hau-smann, and refer to the^prices which were asked for the ani^^mals required for the nourishment^of starving Parisians. Zebras,buffaloes, reindeer, ante^^lope, wild l^oars. a kangaroo, a easso^waxy and a black swan were killed^during the mouth of October. 1870,^together with several rare ducks,^pheasants and geese. The cassowary^was told for ^8 and the kangaroo for^half that ...

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. — 31 May 1894

HistoricalSociety ex*lt^t*^L**^mtUi Jlrmte MUMiwkkki.v by JOHNM VKUOMAN Editorland Proprietor. fcnteredat Le^i*town P O asiecond classmattar f^ BMB OWJKJ BSCRIPTION:^(U paid in adrauce.) Oneyear^.^~ MUI iiauiouluA-- Lav Tnreeluuutba1 M AFTKKTHIRTY DAYS: oneyear^.00 -ia luuutha-_ 2.U0 Threeluuutba- l.Mi ADVERTISINGRATES: OneincU, ont tuMrtioD...^-^ 1.00 Oneinch, one month^~^mmmmm 3*00 Oneinch, six inuQtu*- 15.00 Oneinch. oUr rear-^ '24.HO S^ ^ ial rule* given on Urge apace and titan ding^d 1 -vrtiitetuent*. ..j a\ notice* IS cent* per Une, t^**i'ittlutlrertiawiuenia payable ^trictly in ad-^va m e. illI H I II. HOST ICR. MatrUlrrrlorv- QtmMV*,^John K. Kii-kard.H LieutenantUMWtMm ^Alex. 1'. Hot kin Mr-mitertt| Um|^imm- ** Harliuan rrturyol Hiltl^LaMifl Kotwitt TiH.i-.urvr^. 1^'. W. Wnghi Anl.tor...^mA. B. ^ *H*k AMmvmmjlhMMtal..llfiiri J. MasfcaH fliiefJuiluc ^iipn-ine OMNI WT. V. IViiiUt on . .^., . f K. N. HurMixxl Atutoi-iateJuslH-e* hnpreme * ^^nrt i w ,| iJeWitt *Wrk h|MM Court......

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. — 31 May 1894

fevflu*^fc^imt\i Aviut* LKWI8TOWH,THURSDAY, May 31. '' OFFICIALPAPER OF FERGUS COUNTY. IT111 .1M1KII WKKKI.Y HV JOHNM. VKOOMAN, ^ Editor and Proprietor. SumHmmm MJT* Montana must linvi- n duty on wool, lead and silver^aran. Sum is for Montana first and his^party aSjarn.iinls. Itaa. barn di'inon^trated that tin'^Indian i^ no good as a soldier and tli^eornpank* filCmoJ at Assinnilioine will^In- diabonded and sent liack to the Inrefer, m e to the attacks of the^Mud 1% -t r upon Trcasnrer Wright, it^Should !^^ reineinliered that he has^nothing to do with the annual report^.,f the linaui es of the county, as put^hind. BpraaenUUtTC Itryan's advice to his^party to diabMd is the hest counsel the^Darnaerne* has received since Grant^told a certain branch thereof to go^home and attend to their crops. ^Kx^change. _____ TheIT WH Chronicle thinks thf^capital ^|Ucstioii cannot he settled hy^^lchating cluh oratory- That's true^The ^Hill^t in ^o conclusively in^favor of Helena that it is not a dchat...

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. — 31 May 1894

HUHCH DIRECTORY NMI1WAImi'ltcH.^I i^i^[ii^\ -Kegular HKh'i'i are Im*M e^ery hla^ morning alt.l *.vt-iilli|e e*.c|^l tl^' ih'*t Silll- .!, .,i . .. I, ^iunlli tafeMM ^ ^^^^' f^t.r^ Han^^dily mi :*:m^ p. in _ hrlstU^ Kli.lcar.ir Si iily iwUcrnj llnir--^day ateittnK *l 7xSSl ABMElu^tffffltM morning an.l evening lir^l^Sul..U^ ..f t u. h mnlilli Ht Christian ^ MM1! l,kt. Kl^v,'AKl^ l'aalur.^METHODIST i IITkl'H.^i.EW IsTow Kervii-e *^v*.rv Suu.laj* iii'.rniiur ^l^1 o'clock, ^i! I ricning at t:;h). Sunday St ti.^..l S^^^fore morning service* i'rayer nieellni;^We-Jnenuay evening. I rlDLKKOiiK.Monthly a|.|M^iiitniejut-i^ Wl Him^day. I halt at 11 a. in. and 7 ^^'-irtl Sunday. 11 a. m. and T p,^pjtJay, 11 a. in. and 7 |^. in.^bunday, U a. m. Pastor*.,rewi.lem**.. 1'liilltrook. K.M ^ kaven. l'antor everyV, haw k. raatar. Heaveri'reelt,^u.; 'UllMllai -nd^u ^ .reek, -It^ LOCALHAPPENINGS Dr.A. E. Kromer, Dentist.^Notice t-liritige in Little's ml.^WLittle's new stationery.^Candies fresh from the fa...

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. — 31 May 1894

HOWBLUE AND GRAY BLEND. Oh,mother, what do they mean liy blue Anildo they mean hy (tray^^^I heartl from the lips of a little child Aaahebounded in from her play.^The mother's eyen tilled up with tear*. Sheturned to her darling fair^And auiooihed away from the sunny brow Thetreasure of golden hair. 'Why,mother's eyes are blue, my sweet, Andtn'andpa'shair is gray.^And the love we bear our darling child Grows stronger eyery day.^^^But what did they mean*^ persisted the child, **ForI saw t wo cripples today.^And one of lliem said he had 'fought for the^blue. Theother had 'fought for the gray. Theone of the blue had lost a leg. Andthe other had but one arm.^And tioth seemed w orn and weary and sad. Yettheir greeting was kind and warm.^They told of battles in days gone by Tillit made my blood grow chill.^The leg was lo.-t in the Wilderness fight Andthe arm on Malvern HilL Theysat on the stone by the farmyard gate Andtalked for an hour or more^Till their eyes grew bright and their hearts^s...

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. — 7 June 1894

HistoricalSociety Vol.XL. No. 45. LEWISTOWK,FERGUS COUNTY, MONT., THURSDAY, JUNE 7, 1894. Price10'Cts. REPUBLICANIN POLITICS, AND DEVOTED TO THE MINERAL, AGRICULTURAL, STOCK AND WOOL INTERESTS OF THE GREAT JUDITH COUNTRY. 9v^mmSmttttM .Avijito M1MUWUU1 ll-^JOHN M VKOOMAN. Editor and Proprietor tntared at t.^*i^to^.ii P O anecnd cUnMlHM mmo F_s C BSC R11 HUM: (lipeM in on*^^^r- t-Su i*uionlba... LMI lute*Month* 1 .*J0 AKTKKTHIRTY l^AYs cu* year$3.00 illruuutiu -^ iull T..re. oieatba-- 1.6 ADVERTISINGRATES: Oneincu. on* insertion..^... $ 1.U0 oneinch, ud^ monthmm 3.00 *Mi* inch, six months 15.00 Od inch oi,r rear 24.00 8ecial rates given on large space and standing^a^l rertiseiueut*. i.-j uoticea i ^ ^-ent^ per line. (*4't*ladvertisements payable strictly in ad- BANK Thonia F.Oakes,^Heuiy l. HenryC. Rouse,Receivers. Payne. -or- UI'FII1.41. ROSTER. MateUlrrelorv. Uunrnurlutin K Ki.kard, LieutenantHtvlNHIM ^Ale*. ^ \ U..ikin BeMaeetOmmjmmCam. s. Hartman Secretaryul SUlf..Lmftl RuUlU TnM...

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. — 7 June 1894

IKWI8TOWN, THCB8DAY, Jm .^i OFFICIALFAFF-H OF FERGUS COUHTV MWMMM JOHNM. VROOMAN. * Editor and Proprietor. PnaidmrtI iMrVSSSIM not go fi^li^Inftoa stssswrlsl MIJ Something un^^usual for him. t'oesilily he wbb short^of hiiit. tiov.Riekavdabu BBS his MsJ against^IboCrM IUn dunce. You CMH dam i^\^\ Um eleetric liglit or the light of the^MM. hut mc mm SSSSS ^ion't go. TheWiboa tariff bill made its author^very sick, and now Senator (lorman it^eonlined to his hed from the tremen^dock* MM in hringing almut a c^ni-^promtse. Tin- hill has also ninile the^^ Miiutry SSSk. It MJMjU !^^ fumigated^or hnried out of sight. Itwill he almost miracn'ous if there^is not a killing in the seventh congres-^nionsl district of Kentucky before the^CMNpMgn ' loses. Col. Owens, who is ^^CMmImMM for ^-ongri's^iona! honors^af nn-t ISrri kiiu idge. and also a dem^^ocrat, is not sparing the old liMMt in^his speeches. .Neither will he tolerate^any aspersion upon his own good name,^lie h.is already interviewed an ed...

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. — 7 June 1894

CHURCHDIRECTORY. FREaSYTEItIAn church.^LKWI*roWN^R^fulftr Mrrltv* are beM every^i mil* ^li^! evening exee|'t Its- ^^-^ ^^^ Jay..I ea^ I. mont I. Ssfstsn mMmQ Hun Ja ^l ( Oil D. iii. Chri.tlatiKlideav.-r S.k iel^ meet* ever) i linr--^Jay sterling at 7:3U. ArmkiIS^SSrrlsas morning ami evening Inl *untla i^f etM'h lli.*lilli HI I'briiliail VVirdluanV^USSt Kl^WAHl^^ 1'a.lur.^M KTHODIST i HI Ki U. Lawlsn^U N-Service every Sunday morning al^L o cluck, and evening at 7::su. Sunday Sclioul^fore illuming arrvice- Prayer meeting eierj^Wednesday e^eiiingD. r'. 1ia^K. l^a^lor flili.HHiHiKMuiithly a|^|^^liiliuei.is-l^' s^u^day. I'bel. ^t 11 a. in. and Jf. ni.; Beaver l^reek,^^Ir.l ^undav. 11a. lu. ami 7 |^ m.; i'hil.r.m.k. mm^SssSST. I I a. lu. an.t 7 P. m ; Wmm . reek. 411.^Sunday, 11 a. ui. Pastur'iresi.leli. e, I'lil ll.rook. K M. I'KAVKN. 1'aalur. LOCALHAPPENINGS. Dr.A. K. Krotner, DaattSBt.^Notice iliHti^e in Little's Hit.^Somewhat torrid for JmH.^Kxttiiiine Little's new stationery.^Ken^t H...

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. — 7 June 1894

^^^ OLC CATO WAS NERVY. Kvfiiu % MMrfk^M Citulilii't scare Him^lrom Me i.liaatly Duly. Inan old southern city, years be^^fore the war. as an old resident of^that city mentioned to a small coterie^of friends r^ cently. there live^l an old^liachelor doctor whose ]^lace of abode^wan in a part of the medical college^of which he WW dean, president and^l.i-ad center generally. Theold gentleman was well off in^thir~ world s g^xxls, very sociable of^(Ii^p.sitiou and entertained quite lib^^erally in his apartments, which, not^^withstanding the then grewsome lo^^cality, were spacious and cheerful. Uik-evening when the doctor was^giving a supjier to a few friends the^conversation turned upon personal^courage, and the doctor mentioned^with pride the sui^erabundant quan^tity of pluck in his old body servant^Cato. . There'snothing in the world or^out of it that can scare old t'ato, the^doctor MHttod, and he wan willing^to hack up this MMTtM to any ex^tent whatever with anybody who^would U-t on it...

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. — 14 June 1894

HistoricalSociet Vol.XI. N^^. K'^. LEWISTOWN,I'KIKil's cui NTV. MONT., TUUK.SDAY, JUNE 14, 1884. . in politics, and devoted to the mineral^ AuiiiL'L'ltural, stock and wool interests of THE great judith country Price10 Cte. 4:cx*ot^ gOWMtM JtapflM piMM MB flWIiT BY^JOHN M VKOOMAN, Editor:an(i Proprietor tnteredat Leax.town P O as second cla-.% rratWr TERMSOffJNJBBGEOTIOII: (If}^^)^! in mmmm dueyearsua- fJ.bti i^mouth' Mi Turf**uioiitlis^ l.tHJ AKTfcKTHIRTY I^AYS: I^ue yrarfx.'*) ais h'li--^ 2.0U 1mmluoulba.-... LM ADVERTISINGKATES: Oneiii'-li. MM iiwrtion Uneim h. one month Oneim-b, il * mo til lis Oneiiirli. ^^^,,. vcar- f 1.00 3.00 15.05 MjH .serial rales gi veu ou lar^e ^pare ami *lamling^u-t v.-11 iwiiieiitn. Lo-at iiotic*** lft reuta |ht line, hjNH'ialadvertiseioent* payatile strictly in ad-^van e. niinniKOMKR. Mi.itDlrrt-iorv* OMMfftHMMNMimMMMJohn K. Kit kanl Lieutenanttiovenior,.Alex. CL ktUl MemherofGMMJMM.('ItiLi. S. 11 itrt man fc-ecretaryof Slatebatata Kotwiti Treasurer^.....

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. — 14 June 1894

er^n*CCmuttu ^r^ua. I.i:\VISTO\VN,THI KSI^AY, .lune 14, OFFICIALPAPER OF FERGUS COUNTY. rrauHM*imu by^JOHN M. VROUMAN, * Editor and Proprietor. Wecan have a fair that will astonish^the olilest inhabitant anil ^tentlerfoot^^alike, if our people will make an effort.^This was demonstrated last year. This^promises to be a grand year for agri-^lilturnl iiroducts and fat cattle.^Horsemen should net their llyera in^trim t^^ win the purges otlered. Hilll^alton is dead at last. He has^iniide his last ^run^ on a hank. Mrs.Mary E. Lease will he a candi^^date m the prohibition ticket for con- V'ii--man at larn'^ from Kansas. OregonRepublicans cleaned up^everything in .-inht. A RO*d many^Democrats voted the Kepuhlican ticket. TheCliii ago cattle market is im^^proving. Tliere were MM steers that^sold as hii;li as $4.^i^) per hundred last^week. Anexchange says Mrs. Cleveland^bM|OM Oray tiahles, (Jrover has^IZ' ^ne a-lishinu. I 'oxey has gone to jail^ami the country is going to h ^1. Thehigh water ...

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. — 14 June 1894

churchdirectory. mMVIMIIICHl'RCH UnMM^ kef ular servli'm Mi sna|^Sui..lii^ muniing Mlid .-Telling *-\^ ^-l-i lli*-lir^l Mm^amj olcn.li uiulith. Sahtml li ^ !^^^^^ I r^^)^day at ' iii I'tuWtlanEniit-ivnr So, it-l^ meet^ rvrrj lliur-^day ^veiling at 7-.W Anti i -m i iiif- inoriiiuK ^^'^ evening lir-^bunday uf ra. b iuoihIi 11 i'tiri^li^ii W inluianV^USO. kpwami I'aitor.^SkTHTinlM i 111 ki'll.^Lkwistiiw.n^Servii *^ every umlay uioruiiiK a^1 o'clock, and evening at M Rmotj MmIha^t ore uiorimur service- Prayer uiet-ltHK i-n-i;^Ui.ti.i-.lai etelilliKi . I . II Attn. I a-t..r PJHUMM,Monllilv ai.i...nitiiiei.l^-1*1 sun^day. I BSt, at 11 a ni BSi '9 ^^ , rfc-an-r riw-k^-;rd Sunday, ii a. ni. ami .* |^- u*.; I'll! :l^rook. -lid SaaSsJ. 11 a. 111 and^t-un-la) .Ha In^I'aator's PSsMssi Uillnrk il I K.M t'KAVKN. I'aalur LOCALHAPPENINGS lr. A. K. Kronn-r, Deutist.^Notice etMMBHS iii I.it tie's 1unit coanMtMSl llondny.^KimmM LittW'l nan statiom-ry^Candies fraah troM the factory Littler,tins year. R...

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. — 14 June 1894

- DR.SAM OF NEW ORLEANS. Downin the aM French ^iunrtcr.^Just Mil ..I RaUtaaafl si reel,^1 v*.-titl my wny^At cli.su M day^Cute, the quaint retreat,^AVIi. ii li\es tin viiuili^i iluctur, lt\snine estccunsl u stium,^Vel I'll declare 1 here^* nunc elsewhere^tio skilled m T^r. Sum. Withdawn at a devil crawfish.^The Juice of a |^rickly prune.^And the quiveriliK dew^Kroln a ^ arh that grew^In the light uf u midnight uiuon. Iin \. i- -hiinl^l kwvkMVI him^Hut lor the colored folk^That here obtain.^Ami ne'er in vain^That wizard's art* invoke.^For when the eye that'* e\ ii^Woiihl him and hisu damn. Theneurit's grief geth quick relief OfHm4m Dr. Sam. Withthe caul of an alligator.^The plume of an unl-urn looA,^Aim! the poison ^ rung^Front the serpent's tongue^B) the light of a midnight moon. Inall neurotic ailments 1hear that hi' excel.*. Andlie injure*^Immediate cures^Of weird, uncanny .-jm-Hs,^The mo-lunruly patient liets d.M-il^- a* a lauili^And is freed from ill by the potent skill^4)1' Hoo...

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. — 21 June 1894

Vol.XI. No. 47 HistoricalSsoc'^^^y LKWISTOWN,FERGUS COUNTY, MONT., THURSDAY, JUNE'J 1, 1894. PricelO Cts. REPUBLICANIN POLITICS, AND DEVOTED TO THE MINERAL, AGRICULTURAL, STOCK AND WOOL INTERESTS OF THE GREAT JUDITH COUNTRY. fatTgEMSOMMtll jUrptt*) rml.ipHKn'hui hv^JOHN M VBOOMAN. Editorrand Proprietor. tnteradat Le*i^to*n P O as second cl^^s mattar termsOK SUBSCRIPTION I (Ifpaid in advance.1 (Hi*year--^I-^^^ inmonth- '-50 Tliret months^ W AKTKKTHIRTY HAY-: i'ttryear$.1.(10 -t month* -^ Ml ThreemouthH I-*-' ADVERTISINGRATES : ^ i.no ___^ :i.(i^i lin.- i n.-'i one i user! ion (in* i nrh. on** innnl I tineinrh. -i i months Oneilit:b o^t. \car .-.-.ml rule- Ki^'-u on large^ad fertiseniellta. Lo-al notices l.^ rentM |ht line. facialadvertisement* nayanle strictly iu ad^Tame. 24.110 paceami slaiitlluK llll ll I W. RIIMKH. MMi i onciieirlohn E. Kii ktml- l.ieiileiianlliovernorAlex. lu.i k in MeaaaeralCtoaigaaai ...eiia*. s. Mattaaaa fcecrclaryof Slate ^I alalia Kolwilt lie.-urer_^F. W. \V...

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. — 21 June 1894

Irerntto(Cmmtu ^rn^e. LKWI8TOWN,TIU KSKAY. JaaaSl, i^4. OFFICIALPAPER OF FERGUS COUNTY. itHI M l^ IHRil hv JOHNM. VROOMAN, * Editor aod Proprietor. QtovwI'lfvolmul may consider ^a^public oAos a public trust,^ but it is^i-M.lint certain Pc^OCIfliC senators^bold Unit h pttUic otliccis ^MMBUT trust Intlie s.-nate on tlie l.^^th inst. the^volt-on 111.- wool schedule was taken^up. Teller nnnle a motion to restore^tin- M. Kinley rate on wool which was^lad by a vote of 29 to ^.7. Tbaonly niece of furniture in the^otl'n e of tli.^i . retary of war that was^liter* during Jefl lhivi-' iinumliency is^a . lo. k, u hirh still keeps |00i time.^It didn't ^sto|i short never to go again^x\ Inn the old man ili^ ^l,^ evidently. BenaUMQuay of Pennsylvania has^aapimtHMM foi the presidency and the^DwiOCraCJ seems to be delighted.^The Kepubltcan nominee may spell his^n.mo- with four letters but it will not be^Quay. ihe probabilities are his name^will contain eight li tters. TheMontana press yang was given...

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. — 21 June 1894

CHURCHDIRECTORY- PREsBYTF.RIAN9MVW0M. I.K-Is ro^N^Regular Hrvlcra nr.-I^M ^^j^Si.i,,lm iimrniliK im.l i v. niiig exrt'l'1 MrM ^^ tU)^l ra^ Ii lllulltll .-ah'i.th ^,. ver^ .-.III^tlilV lit ggM l^- HI- n-i .'hrlMUn Kn.|. av..r So. ii ly meet^ rvcrjr 1 lwr^-^ilit) gaaaBal at 7:JU. \^in^-Srviir^ morning an-l evening lir^l -mi[Inr^! aark u)^ ;ii CartaMaa wlaaaiaa (kii. I ^ .k. - 1'aator. gMMMrill ki'H.^i^Ti^^ n^Servire every Sun.lay morning al^1 uVkk, au.i eteuing ^'fiin.lay Hi-liool he- ,'oremorning mT^Ii-i'' Prayi-r lini-llng everi^\\e.llie^ila^ ei.nnig.I . V. 11 a U k. MM lllll BKikk ^M.niihly a|.|^.inlnii i.l^ N sun^Bag, I hat, al II a ui an.I 3 f I^ ; H-a^. r' IHIi^Ufa r-uu.lav. II a. I^ an.I 7 a. ni.; Tin r. ..L. -^'i^Miinlay. I I a. i... ami 7 |.. m ; Will... rarr* 11*^bun.lay .Ma. av I'matur'*..^Meiiee. i'lilll.r.M.k. Ii.M i ^KAVKN. I'lOilor LOCALHAPPENINGS Dr.A K KrotMT, Uewtifrt.^Nul iaa ctMMafl ill LM I Bt'a nil. ExamineLittle'* new atatioawry. YouCM uo ayaWatag ^^^ H*a lag Ol...

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. — 21 June 1894

THEBEST THING FOR WOMEN. ColliWater Saiil In lie it Perfect Cosmetic^When l*ropcrl^ I se^I. Itib null in ooMidanUa courafjp to^take a oold Bwniag both fat winter,^but theiv ^ :m 1m-no iloulit tliat it is^highly Immiflciri The la-st anthori-^tit-rt \i}h^ii tin- treatment of tho skin^and muscle tell us that Hmh is noth^^ing better thau dear water for yiv-^iiisC tirinm-ss to Hal^l^y tissu^T^, and a^I mule trial is enough to convince uny^OM of tin- positive virtues that dwell^in this simple mvi^orant. W;ish the^fan with warm water, and it will^feel soft and relaxed, as if every^mus. le lniiiLT he ise from its support.^Then ijua kly bathe it with OOnmwa^ter Bad it will at onee regain its firin-^lii'ss and solidity. Thewoman who habitually uses^warm or hot water upon her face^will bitterly regret it when she^awakens to the fact that the tissues^have been so ^really weakened that^nothing'will restore their vigor and^smooth the wrinkles. Ifproperty taken, a cold hath is not ^startlingas one...

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