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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fergus County argus. — 6 September 1894

Stem Vol.XII. No. ^^. LEWISTOWN,FERGUS COUNTY, MOIvT., THURSDAY, SKPTKMBEB 6, 1894. Price10 (ft REPUBLICANIN POLITICS, AND DEVOTED TO THE MINERAL, AGRICULTURAL, STOCK AND WOOL INTERESTS OF THE GREAT JUDITH COUNTRY. flfCMM-igOWtrtl ^rtitte JOHN Pl'BLIHHKIIWEEKLY BY MV ROOM AN Editor'and Proprietor. tntersdat L^^i$town PO as second classmattai it TERMSOF SURSCRIPTION: (Ifpaid in advance.1 (ne year-~ ' Sii month* 1 X,ree uioiiltiam I-'*' AFTKKTHIRTY HAYS: i' rear t3.0n -ixmMbVmm^- 2.00 I'ure**muiilbt*- I.-'** ADYERT1SING RATES: On*-iii.-'i, MJM iiitM-TtloU^^ p1 I-'W OlMJ^^ I'. MM iJK'iitii ^ On in* b. hi I mouths Otmtn* U. Mm v^*ar- '24. UU MMtal mm |{iv*^ i^ mi Ui^' mm Mb4 i|mm1|mj Ml . Ml MNMMMh biill MrtMMI IS renin Miff lint*. riMMtalMfMifltiMMMMM |i^y^lil^* -tritlly in HM|MpMMVfi Qmmmjmi^Mm k. Klekarii UmMMMMIQmMMV(mb^^Alex. C, li^^tkin Mftniier^^t OmmjMmmi......Chan* s. HartMMi mmmmmjp^f Bum~~~Lmbm Kotwiii TMMMeMMH^~K. W. WlltfLt jtaMMTwiM^A. B. C^iok Attorney'ieiieralHenri J. H^...

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. — 6 September 1894

Jtergua(Cmmtu ^Ara^^^. LKWISTOWX,THURSDAY, Sept. H.-^4.^OFFICAL PAPER OF FERGUS COUHTY |-lH1.13lll.l^ WKKKI.Y MV JOHNM. VKOOMAN, * Editor and Proprietor. REPUBLICANCOUNTY TICKET. tatiSenatorE. P- ^ HANOI.KK RepresentativeW. A HEDGES County(..luimisaioners i.on*termK B. THOMl-(^N ^ C M. 900DBLL. - Short termR- O. J ACKSON AttorneyFRANK E. SMITH Clerkand KeconlerW'^ S. PERKINS r-t.e.irtJOHN D. WAITE TreasurerGEO. W. COOK AwowrJ AS. If. CROFT Si[,t.of School.H. A. MOL'LTON. PublicAdministratorBDW. BRASSEY. Survey..rOKO. M. STAFFORD. CoronerI LIFF L1NDSEY, M. D. Insugar we trust' is the new Demo^^cratic version. Clod isn't in it willi^them. Thtre is nothing impossible in the^ranks of the Democracy, whether in^local or national politics. CongressmanWilson says lie ^feels^greatly fatigued.^ Well, if he only^knew how the country feels. Illinoisfarmers are hauling their^Hour home from the mill and feeding^it to the hogs. O, these good old Dem^^ocratic times! STATEKEHJBLICAH CONVENTION Aei-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. — 6 September 1894

CHURCHDIRECTORY. ~*Kb BYTE HI A n i'HIIlH.^I.K*l-TnMN -Kr|ulu iMsr.lc*. ^^ b^-M ^erj^Sunt.) oioi lIlJMl IIIlN mtft Ihr lirnl f^n *ifuttmth -JiBTti MWk Mini ^^sfj mm^J^. .1 : m' .^ in ...^ihri.tlaft Kn.lr^^.T iw^ mi-tli t irr) Ibnr- da,^truing ^^ AKMfcii s*-i*it-f* morning ami rvtrlling lirM^SulitlftV of MM h llixtilli .il i'ulilllttli \\ i^-^llUBli'a. QBb\RstWABM 1'aiU.r tTMll|i|ir(MIKl'H. Ltmnvwiibmtvmmtwi Sfrassay aa^Jay -ii^) o'^ U^ k. .u. I .-..^nm* ^^ftaaaaj Hifcaaj RaS MMlflg MHTVis*. I'ray.T aaaaftlag ^*SfJ WsftMsiBj. ^. niHgi^H V ^* ^^^^^ lllll HK.-OK Mulillilt SMasMaaSfcla W I'^^^d^). I brl. at li a. iii. ^n^l I I' ^i . H^1^ ' r,Vki^:;ni .^timlay. 11 a. m. ami ~ |^ in.. I'lil .I'ro.'W, -nil^rumlay. 11a. 111 sii-l T |^. ^ ; \Vill..w im k, 11 h^0MHBm| ,11a. Hi Haatvr*.rvMtl.*m-^-. I'liill.rwik. t.a. Uajm in. ftstafc LOCALHAPPENINGS. MiMlrfti sw Power VlmrawtiUi Co.'a ail.^Manhattan Cocktail foe uUa ^^^ ^ -^^ lit-re. Amoiil'iihI^4Js) fllittiaH taWl the^mi iMtfShf. (irmidball a...

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. — 6 September 1894

raDefunctoyster THEDEMOCRATS RESPONSIBLE FOR LOSTTRADE. Kaatrru(Ijitrruiru t iud Lna Uemud For^Their Bivalves Peuplo He** No M..u.jy^and Cauuot Buy Collection. Bard Bud^fronts Swell. Theoyster business is a large one in^the United States, especially all along^the Atlantic coast. Down on Long Is^^land there are hundreds of men interest^ed in the oyster business who are uot^protected by the tariff, and according^to the free trade theory nothing should^interfere With the success and pros pel 1 ty^at their busiueSB, which involves a large^amount of money invested in the oyster^beds, in boats and tackle. The majority^of the oysteriueu along the southern^coast of Long Inland have heretofore^been steadfast Democrats. Hut since the wneat,of wuion we aireany nsve an^overproduction and a surplu.-. and the^probabilities ure tliur in i oiis.h(neiice of^the great |MMM in our Mil plus of^wheat in a short time we will have^only -loeeiit wheat, li i^ to the interest^of American hman to diVwelfj tti...

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. — 13 September 1894

oei, ety Itmu Vol.XII. No. T. LEWISTOWN,FERGUS COUNTY, mont., THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1894. Price10 Cts. REPUBLICANIN POLITICS, AND DEVOTED TO THE MINERAL, AGRICULTURAL, STOCK AND . WOOI^ INTERESTS OF THE GREAT JUDITH COUNTRY. $*VQM*tf^mttu (Ax-oito munnimm by JOHNM VKOOMAN, Editor'and Proprietor SAM LM1.U0 tntared^t Le*nto*n PO issecond classmattar^TERMS Of SUBSCRIPTION: (Ifpaid in fttivaoce.) meyear........ -ixmonths^.^... Tii-^*^ months^^^mm* AFTERTHIRTY DAYS: I'ot*year^^....-$3.00 -ixmonth---^2-00 Threemuntha l.oO ADVERTISINGRATES: Ominrli. MM insertion-..^ 1-00 hi.- inch, niif month3.00 Oneiticn, *i * month.- 15.00 ominch o,^. Tear^ 24.00 .-rial M^M^MlMM on large space and 'landing^a^l MtMMMMMMi l.oal notice* ^ ceuU per line. hMMMludvfrliaeuienta pajable strictly in ad- OrrKIALHOST ER. StateDirrctorv. Governor .John E. Ri^ kard LieutenantGovernorAlex. G botkin Memberof Congress......ehaa. K. Iturtiuan Secretaryof stalehoiii* Kotwitt Treasurer_^ K. W. Wliglit AuditorA. B. Cook A...

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. — 13 September 1894

evtm^(ComtUt ^viltt*. I.K\VIS'rilWX,Tliri!Sl)AY,Sept. IS, M^OFFICIAL PAPER OP FERGUS COUNTY. MUMi wkkki.y by JOHNM VROOMAN, ^ Editor and Proprietor. REPUBLICANCOUNTY TICKET. StateSenatorK. P.CHAKDUUL ltpres.-ii^ alive\V. A. HKOOK8. JiintRepreaentativeK VON TOBKL CountyOamWmM LongtermK. 15. THOMPSON. ^C M. BOOOM.L. ShorttermK. O. J At K.SON. Utem,FRANK K. SMITH. Clerkan.l It. . ..nlerW. S. PKRK1NS BhsaMJOHN DL WA1TE. TreasurerGEO. W.CO^^K. Ill| -1 -IAS. M. CROFT. Si.pt.ofgiti ntlH. A. MOLLTUN. PaUhAdmiuiatratorEDW. BRASSEY. SurveyorGEO. M. STAFFORD. Coroner.CLIFF L1NDSEY, M. I). Theticket nominated Monday is a^Biunner. One Democrat remarked^tl.at ^the part)' should have endorsed^the Republican ticket and then ad journedsine die. Oh,what a job it was^the Sullivan^Johns convention. Old line Demo^^crat*, the subsUntial men ot the party,^were spat upon and ignored. Will they^swallow the bitter pill'' Republicansot Fergus county sit down^and carefully analyze the ticket which was^nominate...

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. — 13 September 1894

CHURCHDIRECTORY. -e.SYTBBIiXCHI BCH. |H1HII -Kefutar aarvtce. arv^ bel.l every^SuiiJ^^ MTlU|W rveniiif except the tirnt sun-^tUf of rack uioiitli. sabbath ei-hoot rv^r^ hun 4i. ^t Mi ,'^^ , t'hriatlanEndeavor So. ielj meets every lhur-.-^H^, avening ^t 7 JU. AgjtfBM.s-Service-* morning anil evening first^Sunday ofeaih mt^nth at Christian Wiedman'a. Ubo.Kdwabds Pastor. methodistc hi b^ h. LewistownService every Sunday looming at^1 o'clock, and evening at '. .Ml Kanday School be^fore morning service. Prayer meeting every^\\ . !,...,.^ eveniag.Joei. Viols. Pastor. I'IIILBKoiik^Monthly appointments^*Bl Bun-^day. n^t, at ii a. m. and 7 p. ni.; Beaver ^ Trek. r.lsniidav. ii a. m. and 7 p. m.' FhitbruoB. 2nd^Mimlay, ii a. m. and 7 p.m.; Willow creek. 4th^Sunday, 11 a. in. Iav.or's residence, Philbrook. T.A. (iABVIN. Pastor LOCALHAPPENINGS. Mnhflttf^B Cocktail for sale every^^where. Forit stitlening drink take a Man^^hattan Cocktail. Feelingbad, are you'' Take a Man^^hattan Cocktail. Goto t...

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. — 13 September 1894

SilverResolutions I.ewistohn,Mont., Sept. 8, 1804.^Editor Altai's: Dear Sir: As you^are at the head of the only organ ad^^vocating Republican piinciplea in this^county, 1 wish, through the colnmnn^of your paper, to express to my Re^^publican brethren my disapproval of^the resolutions adopted relative to^silver m the Republican county con^^vention which assembled Saturday,^Sept. 1st. Thefinancial degression in the west,^caused principally by the action of^congress in tampering with the silver^law, is deplorable indeed, too much so^to be credited to the honest senti^^ments of intelligent statesmen. And^in the tace ol all tile evidence at hand^that silver must be restored to its^place with gold, and that brought^about by the action of the solid west^muted on the question, it is, to say^the It-ast, a preposterous absurdity^for a local or county convention,^whose (.ro-perity in a great measure^depends on the restoration ol silver^to its proi er place with gold as a cir^^culating medium o...

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. — 20 September 1894

lety ev0U^(Tcmtttu ^.v^xt* publishedweekly by JOHNM VKOOMAN. EdUor^nd Proprietor. t-ntarad at LMlbM POis second class matter TERMSOF SUBSCRIPTION:^(If paid in advance )^one year..^ S*SS 'lilu^^l(lb^^-.mmmm l.-'Sl I,.irr itt.illtbs- 1 ,JU AFTKHTHIRTY I^AYB: faeyear--BM '4i i maul lis- 2.00 Threelnolilbs^- l.hO ADVERTISINGRATES: Oneilic'i. one iliaerltun^ 1.00 i^n.- iu^ b. ..ne iii.mlh^ 8.00 Onehull. 'I^ liiullllis lft.OO iiiiuineli. un.. vear.. MSB .-seial iaiei giveu M large bjbm e and ^lau.liug a.IaaftlaavBMrtB. Laal aalleaa K renin uer lino. -(** ial a.lvertinei.ieula payable atrii-lly In a.l- ii^ ^ r. mmkiimi.k. otaleUlrrilorv. (ioverni.r-_J.ibn E. Kiekartls UooaooMaalIleamvaaaf.... Alex. C. li.itkin Menilier.ilUNfma_......Chas. S. Ilartiuan fecrelarv.if stale....^....._...la^ui^ Kulwill Tnaianr^^ r. w. Wugin Audilur_A. B. Oaak AttorneylieneralHenri J. Haakon ChiefJualire Supreme luiirt W. Y. Hi inlier oa . ^,. . I K. N. Ilarwuii.1 AsaeslaleJiixluc* buim-me ^ .nirl ^ w |h.\\ ,,, ...

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. — 20 September 1894

LKWI8TOWH,THtTBSDAl. s^pt. Ms, ';^*.^OFFIC AL PAPER OF FERGUS COUNTY IM.'ttl.lMIIKn WKKKI.V 11V JOHNM. VROOMAN, * Editor and Proprietor. REPUBLICANSTATE TICKET. Tori:. |^r. i^ nt;itive in Congress. CHARLESS. HARTMAN. ForAssoriate JmMM tapMMtCMrtt WILLIAMH. HUNT. REPUBLICANCO'JNTY TICKET. StateImmIciE Ileureseiitutive .InintKe|ireseiitittive Covnty* '^ i nt luiaaioners 1'.CHANDLKB^\\. A. HEDGES^..It. VoS ToBKI. Long term Stmrtterm Altoemif ItTk UImI i;.t.^i^1it.^Slieiilt Annm Abim-kih^r Supt.ufS.Ih.oIh FnhiuA^ I hii n ji-t ra t hmni ...H. B. THOMPSON ^;. M QOODEXL K. ^; JACKSON ...IK INK K. SMITH. W.s. PKRKJHa loHN^ D. WAITS ^iK^ ^ \V. ^ OOK ias. m. ^ iBon B. A MOCLTOM rBOW. hi:\s.-f.y GEOM STAFFORD 1otomt. iLIU LISIKSEY, M I'. theFergus County fair will be equal in^every respect to any in the state. I'ntilwe have railroad facilities it^will he difficult to induce horsemen^from the regular circuit to enter their^strings, hut a region so vast as Fergus^county contains many breeders of...

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. — 20 September 1894

CHURCHDIRECTORY. *tsfl YTEKIA N MM. ImmiMm^*^ ^^^,t'^1^ b*',', *ver Sullja ^^^ llM ^ilf* IhrlLir.l .1*/ol . ItK hMkMMNMq t*uK- ,i ^i Mi .^^ m. CUIatlMIWtMTir T-TTTtT MM tvery lhur^-^.1 ., evt*nilitf at 7:;iU. Akmkil**^StTTiet-. morning an.l erening thir.1^KuimIut ^^f ravh m^^lilli ^'^ r'hri.tian Wfr^luianV^DM KI'Wakim IMW METIIOOI.-TMM LlVMMIs*rvk-^ evt-ry MM morning at^1 oYliM'k. ami .vening al 7:^io. Santiay Hcliool l^-^furi* morning ^H*rvice. I'rayer iu^M'titig c*erv^Urjii.-Ja/ MMMl Viol ^. I'aMor. hMMIMonthly a|^|Miintineut^^1*t Cun day.t'brt. al II a. In. an 1 T )^^::id ^iin.lay. 11 a. in. and 7 \^.^humtajr. 11 a. m. an.l 7 |^. tu.^iMMHH/i 11 a- m. I't^r*l MtaMi I'liilurook. Braver^ 'rvek^ii., i'hiit.rook. -nil^Willow LI^k. 4th I.A. CiKMH. 1'a.lur LOCALHAPPENINGS MitiiliattanCocktail for sale every- lllTC. JamesH. Moe left on Monday for^Helena. Fora stiffening drink take a Man-^liatt an Cocktail. IWttM.bad, are you^ Take a Man^^hattan Cocktail. '1ne hum of the threshing machine...

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. — 20 September 1894

COMMISSIONERSPROCEEDINGS [CoatiaWatlIrmii lir*t pagi I andwarrants lor damages ordered^drawn hm lollowa: Imm Bow, S^T.^.;^\V. K. Vimmop, $1 H^; K. Van. .-, 835. Reportoi rieyw who viewed mad^from McOoaaldctwktoRoundup anil^Billings rood ftpprovod. Roport^^i riewnra who viewed rood^from Fred Warren's ram li to Ante^^lope i-aiiyon a ppro ved. Kuailpetit toe of Stephen IVelaWi el^al granted and viewers appointed. killsluevoh Reportsapproved as follows:^John M. patient, superintendent of^schools. W.H. Kelly, county clerk anil re^^corder. F.F. MacGowan, county attorney. 1).A. Meagher, clerk of court. Koadpetition of .laine.s Aweherry^et al. laid over tor affidavit of posting^notices. OrlandoSawyer's assessment re^^duced $448 on chattel mortgage. Assessmentof B. W. l'oole. assignee,^reduced BXXy989 on mortgage. Assessmentof S. fj. BobSOP. reduce 1^$2,200 on chattel mortgage. BILLSALLOWED. .1W Gray, wit feesy I M Maryllundoui, wit fees8 SO IraDundoiu, M .'i 88 WmVaaatat, kunbar 8884 IIBCur...

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. — 27 September 1894

Wstricil Society Vol.XII. No. 9. LEWLSTOWJS,FERGUS COUNTY, MO XT., THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1894. Price10 Cts. NMMiweekly by^JOHN M VROOMAN, Editor'.and Proprietor. tntsredat Lssnstown P O as second class mattsr termslii.iimiiii i inn (Ifpaid in advance.) iliirJfesr-^^ f'2.50 tiimonths~~^^ LSI T.oermonths^^ 100 AFTERTHIRTY DAYS: useyear^_^3.00 snmonths-_ 100 i.(^-. months...... 1.50 ADVERTISINGRATES: Oneinch, one inaertionj$ 1.00 Oneinrb. one tnuntb3.00 One1.k u. six in..nt lit 15.00 Out-inch, on,. Tear-^- 24.00 SH ial rales givru ou large spare aud ntaiiiliug^a^i ..it ibeiueuln. I ml noiii es IS rents per line. ripaaftstJa^lverli*eiileul^t |.a^ ^ii l^* Mrjctly in ad- BANK -OF REPUBLICANIN POLITICS, AND DEVOTED TO THE MINERAL, AGRICULTURAL, STOCK AND WOOL INTERESTS OF THE GREAT JUDITH COUNTRY. ThomasF. Oakes,Hear; C. Payne. HenryC. Rouse. Receivers. orr n 141, k on I t k slateOil i (jutcrnorm^^^.....*^...., l.ieuteiianl^ l.iveriiur_ . Meiutierof I 'oiigrei-* Pecretaryoff Bt1^m n Audi...

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. — 27 September 1894

jf^||M^ CTtumtu Arjute, mwibtowm,toooat, sept.-.'-, ^^*. OFFICIALPAPER OF FEROUS COUNTY ffHJMUIMU1 by JOHNM. VKOOHAN, * Editor and Proprietor. REPUBLICANSTATE TICKET. ForRepresentative in ^'ougrer.H, CHARLES8. HARTMAN. ForAlio' iate Justice Supreme Court, WILLIAMH. HUNT. REPUBLICANCOUNTY TICKET. StateSenatorE. P. CHANDLF.K. RepresentativeW. A. HEDGES. JointRepresentativeR VON TOBEL (.'ountyCommissioners LongtermR- o. THOMPSON. ^C. M. OOODELL. ShorttermK. G. JACKSON. AttorneyFRANK E. SMITH. Clerkand RecorderW.8. PERKINS SheiifTJOHN I). WAITE. TreasurerGEO. W.COOK. AssessorJ AS. M. CROFT Supt.ofSchoolsH. A. MOLLTON. PublicAdministratorBff. BRASSEY. SurveyorOEO. M. STAFFORD. CoronerCLIFF l.INDSEY, M. D. NewYork Republicans in conven^^tion last week nominated Levi P. Mor^^ton for governor and Senator Saxton^lieutenant governor, it is a strong^ticket and will he triumphant at the^polls. Everygood Republican should stand^by his legislative ticket thisyear. There^is a possibility of regain...

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. — 27 September 1894

CHURCHDIRECTORY. blVTIlUSCRl^^. UnMW-Regular *tr^lcei are held ewy HimI a muriiinr ^iide^enin^eicept the third bun-^*a# ui each .nonth. tSab'mtb school i-rerj rJun-^di^ mt 3:0t^ ,1. in. CMattaaKnde^ror S^cietj meets every Thur-.-^duj evening at 7:Ju. ait* ell^^Services morning mnd evening third^^MMfaf ! - n month at Christian Wiedman'a. QMlKUWAKU- FaMor. MKTHOrilHTCHt'RCH. I.F.ttl*TowsService every Sunday morning at^1 o'clock, and evening at 7:30. Sunday School ^^^^fore morning service. Prayer meeting avery^\\.-.lm-..la) eveniBg.Joel Viol s. Fasto/. I'mi^WMI ^Monthly appointments^lafl flun-^4ar, i hat, ^i II a. in. and 7 p. m.; Beaver Creek,^r.i Min.l^^, II a. m. and 7 p ill.; Phi.i.r. ok, SM^Sunday, II a. m. and 7 p. in.; Willow creek. 41 ^^^-unday. 11 a. m. iaMor'i residence. Puilbrook. T.a. Gakvin. Pastxr HARTMANSPEAKS AtUltet October 'ird, Lewis^town Oct. 4tli, and Prob^^ably at Maiden and^Stanford. TurnOut and Hear Montana's Con^^gressman. Hun.('lias. S. linrtiiiH.li will -^|^^...

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. — 27 September 1894

OVERTAXINGTHE HEART. 1HretikinK I* ti l^an|f*Tou.* l'aal KrilUI t ^l**4lt^'Hl ^laml|Mllllt. Aliicyrlist h:t-^ ^^ ^ ^^ ^i 1) 1^1 ip.la**^i the^extraordinary teat of riding from the^roost northerly point in Scotland to^tin- SXtTOOM southern point of Eng^land in hours nml 15 minute*. The^ino^-t raMMtrksM* part of the art is in^^cluded in the fact that he i^erformed^lii- tack without indulging in one mo^^ment of sleep. He was 3 days 14 hours^tnd 15 minute! without reclining^i^nce or resting or ceasing his active^in A t-mont of propulsion except for^the very briefest moments. Themodern rage for record hreak^iiiir i^ gratified at the cost of many^^bortened lives The healthy heart will beat 106,^ tunes in the 24 hours,accomplishing work equal to^lifting ViZ tons oue foot. But it has intly been shown that cycling tellsseverely und specially upon the^ctrcolatioa and that the number of^strokes of i he h. ;n-t is doubled during^eilih aetive exercises as that to which^the rider subjects himself...

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. — 4 October 1894

Historical.Society Vol.XII. No. H^. LBWI3TOWN,FERGUS COUNTY, MONT., THURSDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1894. Price10 Ota. REPUBLICANIN POLITICS, AND DEVOTED TO THE MINERAL, AGRICULTURAL, STOCK AND WOOL INTERESTS OF THE GREAT JUDITH COUNTRY. $iT0,nmCPHWtii JLvytM MMHWKKKl.y by JOHNM VROOMAN Editorland Proprietor bntared at Lc..!o^n P O as second class m attar TERMSOF SUBSCRIPTION: (Ifpaid in ad'aoce.) ^neyear......~. 12.50 -ixniutit h-iHMNMiwmmmm^m^^ 1.50 1. ^ ^ ^ i it out hi.) .00 AKlfcKTHIRTY DAYH: Omrear~^S3.UU mxmouths..... 2.00 Tureemouth*.^^ 1.50 ADVERTISINGRATES: Out:nu-li, on** 111^^'rt ion^.M-... .$ 1.00 Om*h^ h, one iuonth....HH..,.^Wim^m 3.00 *^n^- i.irh, ii x months_ 15.00 Oik-inch ui,r vear- ^ 24.00 sixl r^t^*i given on large spate and standing^ad IHthMnd \a .4, noiicen IS cents per line. SfaKtaladvertiseuienla payable strictly in ad- *a e. Ot'FKIAL ROSTER. StateDlrect^rv Governor nJohn E. Rii-kard* l.ieulenautGovernor~.. Alex. q But kin M.m.ii..r .i Congress^. ..('has. ML Hartiuan se...

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 October 1894

$*rntt Comttu ^rgtt*. l.KWISToWN.THDB8DAY. Oct. 4. '.^4. OFFICIALPAPER OF FEKOUS COUNTY fl.'HI.tHHf JOHNM. VROOMAN, * Editor and Proprietor. REPUBLICANSTATE TICKET. ForKeiireBeiitMtive in (\iinjr**rtH, CHARLESS. HARTMAN. ForAaeoi .aft .1 nut ice l^fMM ( '.^urt, WILLIAMH. HUNT REPUBLICANCOUNTY TICKET. StateSenatork. I*. chahduem Representative\V. A. hkdob8 JointRepresentativeR. VoX TOBE] CountyI 'omuiiaaioners I.nugterruIt. li TIIOMI'SOX 't'. M. BOOMQJ ShorttermIt. G. J A^ KSON AttorneyFRANK K. .SMITH Clerkand Recorder\\ . S. F'P.RK I NS itieiitfJOHN l^. WAITF. TreasurerQBO. W. COOK AaseaeorJA.S. M. CROFT Supt.otSchoolsH. A. MOL'LTON PuhhcAdministrator...-...E1AV. BRASSEY SurveyorQWO. M. STAFFORD CoronerCLIFF LUJMEY, M. I TheC'orhett nominated by tlie Dm^ocrats at Helmut id not Corbett, tbe^slugger, but Corbett who is to be^slugged. Tbeself-respecting men and women^^^{ Kentucky have recently prevented^tbe consummation of a great disgrace^to their state, and it now remains for^the dec...

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 October 1894

CHURCHDIRECTORY. MmWIchirch. Unmnal-U*f ular ..rTlce. are b*M ^J^*^-^Knnla ^irnl^l^~J~~J*TT**Tf theihinlsun-^^i./ of I. .oonth. Kab^^aib achool eTery Bun^Uw at SjSSj. m. _ ChristianEn.lnror Society meets e^ery Thurs- uj evening at 7:3U. ArxeiSerTtce^ morning ^n^l erening thlnl^.^^iiii.lnT of earn month at Christian Wiedman'a. GEO.Kdwaki^ Pastor. METHODISTCHfBCH. LewistownService every Sunday morning at^1 oYlork, and evening at 7:M. Sunday School be-^.'..re in..ruing service. ITayer melting every^\\. .lm-Mlay evening.JOE1. Viulx. i'asto/. I'llIIkkimik.^Monthly appointments^l^t Bun-^day. I 'bet. at II a. m. and 7 |i. 10.; Beaver Creek,^:;r.l Monday. 11 a. m. and 7 p. m.; hhitbrook, 2nd ii.lay.l'l a. iu. and 7 p.m.; Willow creek, ttb^^unday. 11 a. m. ia.--.u:'* rc^i.li'iice, l'liilbrook. T.A. GiRVlN. I'astor LOCALHAPPENINGS. KeyiMtrntion opens next Tuesday.^Mrtiihaltan Cocktail tor sale every^^where. Fora stiffening drink take a Man^^hattan Cocktail. Keelinghad, are you ' Take a Man^^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. — 4 October 1894

T THECOYOTE'S CRY. Itftouuda i ik. a Lome Drawn Oat Cbonu^of Walling Flrntlx. Ongraduating from West Point I^joined my regiment at a bleak -poet^far out on the frontier. One cold^winter night not many months after,^when the snow was piled deep on^mountain and in valley and creaked^noisily at each step of the heavy arc^^tic overshoes we were obliged to^wear I was trudging wearily around^the post, making my last inspection^of the sentinels as officer of the guard.^Suddenly, from just across the pa^^rade and directly behind the line of^officers' quarters, there came a short,^sharp bark, followed by several more^in quick MaMHaiotV the time growing^fa-tcr and the pitch higher until in^a moment they all ran together in^one long drawn and lugubrious howl. Thenthe noise *to]^i^ed. but before^1 could reooYOT breath it l^egan again^in the same way as liefore, only loud^er und in a more wailing tone, until^it r-e.-im-d an if ^. chorus of fiends was^lamenting the invasion of their^haunt-) by th...

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