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

HistoricalSociety vol.xii. no. ia LEWISTOWN,FERGUS COI N TV, MONT., THURSDAY, PfOVEMBEK 15, 18^4. Price1U Cts. REPUBLICANIN POLITICS, AND DEVOTED TO THE MINERAL, AGRICULTURAL, STOCK AND WOOL INTERESTS OF THE GREAT JUDITH COUNTRY. i-cvne ^otmia ^\t*iit^o publishh) weekly by JOHNM V ROOM AN. Editor and Proprietor tnteredit Le*i^tov*n P O as second cIass MUM TERMSOFjSUBSORf RD ^N:^{If paid in advance.! lineyear.......- *2 S r-.o*,-montha.^^^ AFTKKTHIRTY DAYS: l'4pyearf3.t*t sixmonths^ Torecniontb*^..- ADVERTISINGRATES : Oneinch, one insertion^-I tX9 On.,int b, one month.... mMM Oneiucli. si x tiiotitlx*- Ift-UO Oneinch oiir vear- _ 24.0-1 t..ml rales given on lif|r l)M tool si.in.lintt^a.I .crliscuieiit*. Laal notice* l.'^cent^|^er line. |-^-^-ii^I advertisement* payable strictly in ad- MmHI KlisrtK. MaleUlret lorv. fieaa l war_^total K. Urksrab IJul^art liovemor...^Alex. ^ . Hut Lin MemlHT..f Coiixtre-o,~. .I'lias. S. Ilartmaii e,-cretarvof stale^.Lsaxla Koiwilt Ti.i-nrer_.^M. *V 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. — 15 November 1894

i,TfMJRSI periff : LKWiarowK, KSDAY,Nov. IB, !^4. officialpaper FERGUSCOUNTY niUHKIWII.KI.Y IIY JOHNM. VROOMAN, ^ Editor and Proprietor. Theentire Republican ticket was^elected in Choteau ami Park counties.^Wo are not alone in our glory. Heit said to the disgrace of Ware-^ham that it was the only precinct in^Fergus county to give a majority for^Anaconda. Ir. Tnlmage has* resigned his pastor^age at the Brooklyn Tahernacle anil^will devote the remainder of his years^to evangelical work. Ilolman.of Indiana, the great ohjec^tor, was among the lost when the votes^were counted. The Hoosier state is^redeeming herself at last. TheAmi extends its congratula^^tions to Sheriff McLaughlin of Choteau^county. We predict that our genial^co-laKorer will l^e as great a terror to^criminals as he is to free-traders. taughta lesson which all will do well^to heed. These gentlemen, indeed,^will never again find favor at the^hands of their former party, hut they^are still useful; they can serve as a^^drea...

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. — 15 November 1894

* CHURCHDIRECTORY EkBYTERIANCHIRCH. I.iwistown^ Kegular merries, are b^M^Sun! t inor nirif siulerrningexcepl the tliir.t Siln-^^!^/ ol sat li .nontli. s^b'^lh .i-bool rrsrj bun-^4i, at P.:OD ,,. in. ChristianEndearor Society m^ti ererj 1 htirs-^J... trenina at 7:30. Abjicllsberries* morning and erening third^Sunday of carta month at Christian Wiedman's^tiEO. HOWARD** Pastor. METHODISTMM LewistownSerrice ererr Sunday morning at^1 o'clock, and evening at 7:;'t0. Sunday school be^^fore morning service. Prayer meeting every^Wednesday evening.JoFL Viol ^. Pastor. l'llILaaooK.Monthly appointments^ 1st Gun-^day. I'bet, at 11 a. m. and 7 p. m.; Beaver Creek,^:trd Sunday. 11 a. in and 7 p. in.: Phiil-rook. 2nd^Sunday. 11a.m. and 7 p.m.; Willow creek, tt h^Sunday. 11 a. di. Iastor's resilience. Philbrook. T.A. (iaRVIM, Paator. LOCALHAPPENINGS. See-notice of help wanted.^Court convenes Monday next.^Manhattan Cocktail for sale every^^where. Fora stiffening drink take a Man^^hattan Cocktail. Fee...

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 November 1894

snaael TOCHICAGO. Tonthat with limitless daring and might of goldand decision^Have furnUlieil tin- world for an hour wlt'l ili.it (forgeou* and vanishing vision.^Tub fair White Otty, nllinn tin- earth with the ringof your Paint*^The glory of what mm l^a\e dart-d.the triumph chantof y-jur MM .^City of dreams and t mnul I uous life, t it^ of for^^tune. Chii-a^t^,^Be thia your Wnk| of lesions only. A mighthr Held^Liea heckonliig ajunwlj U fure yon. a harvest whoaerMM -yield^In the future of Juetue and riuht a goodlier festival. Whenthe fruits of the earth for your children arewon, for each and for all.^Oh, mm of the lna\c MSI land, the west, the Impetuouscity.^Give rein to the strength of your hearts, the fireof your dreams, and prepare^Another anil purer example of w hat you can planami mm dare^^The \ isible form of a life purged clean from the binsof t he old.^The horror of weakne^ anil want, the triumph ofself and of pH,^The life of a kindlier law. w Ithout strife, with^^out can*, 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. — 22 November 1894

Hist or'calSociety mm. Vol.XII. No. IT. LEWISTOWX,FERGUS COUNTY, MOIST., THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 189-4. Price 3 0 Cts. REPUBLICANIN POLITICS, AND DEVOTED TO THE MINERAL, AGRICULTURAL, STOCK AND WOOL INTERESTS OF THE GREAT JUDITH COUNTRY. ITBI.1H F.I) WEEKLY BY JOHNM. VROOMAN. Editor and Proprietor. tnteredat Le*i*to*n P O as second cl ass matter termsorjsauMMivtmwi (Ifp^U in advance.) Oneyear~- 92.Su iiamonths.^-- l.-^0 Tif** IUOIltbM....^^-~ 1-,J AFTERTHIRTY DAYS: i'ncyear^1.1.00 iixiuolitli-- a%aw t'ire*im.nl hi- l-**i ADVERTISINGRATES: Oneincti. on*' insertiona* 1-00 Oneinch, one month.^ S.00 Onelate*, ill niontliH- Oneinch ^^,^^ Tear- ^ 24.00 Secial rale* ill veil on larue space and standing^a^l .-^rtisein^'lits. Iajal nul lea* la) cents |mt line, -I'c i;il mlverliseiuenUi payable strictly in ad-^^a its. , .11I II I VI KOVI-KK. NtaSelUiet torv. (iuvermir_'^hii E. Ri. kar.l~ Lieutenantl.overnor^.Alex. i'. rLtlLin Menilwri.fCeil^Illsas. s. Hartasaa rata**..f -tin^--Uoal^ K..t^itt (...

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 November 1894

1 Onegets an idea of the amount of votingdone in the city of New York^by some of the figures about the bal^^lots. Nineteen and a half million bal^^lots were printed for the citizens of the^metropolis; it required two hundred^tons of paper to print them, and they^were hauled away from the printer's^establishment in twelve big vans.^Chicago may have registered more^votes than New York, but we doubt^if that city printed more ballots. IKWISTOWN,THURSDAY. Nov ft4 oFnciAi.rtrnor n%avn^eovwrt. PUBLISHEDWEEKLY BY lftHNM. VROOMAN, ^ Editor and Proprietor. SilverBow county sends a solid Re^^publican delegation to the legislature. MichaelJ. Kelly, the great baseball^player, is dead. ^Kel.^ has made his i egiven by Kit/.simmons and last''slide.^| which killed his sparring partner, Con I'iordanat Syracuse, the other night,^probably be his last. If Lankey^Boh escapes a long t( M in the peni^tentiary he will be playing in great^luck. While it may be called an acci^^dental blow it was certainly out...

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 November 1894

mlj kch directory. 'B^T1 KHIAN ^ 111 M II. yug.i.m s .Kr(uUr -m-rrirn ^rr Mi ^ verJ^, \ . uiominr aii^l^-TFtiincex^'f|^l It^^ol rai li .nirtitli. S^|jt.^ih ^. h..^l r^erj hall Ml... in. .... Iiriilln Fii'l.av.r ^..^ i.ev ineels .rrrjr llmr^- VMktagat TUW. S**rvi*'^-^ i.nirniinc ami evening Ihir^l i. ,, i, iik n' ferial laa S7iaeaaaa*a ^KO.KltWAKIw 1 .*-1 ^ ^ I^^ KTIIOIHVt ^ Ht'Rl'H. AKM I ill imarowii^i clock. bb4 -liifviay IMrfaf^'MILBK^M(K.- Monthly St-rvic-1*v-ry Sun*lay uioruiag ;^i VWlagalMMMVSaeeel arrrica. i'mv.-r bm^| every^loaf. Vmi ^. naeaa a|.| Ibel. at 11 a. in. ainj^^A Mlmlav, II a. In. aii'l T y. II inJay.II a. iu an^l 7 p. m.; jnday.11 a. in rcfi'lcncf, i'lulltronlt T.A. . Kaavcr ' reck.^I'll! i.r'iok, -ml^Will..* i rci k. It h ai'.vlN. I'aMor The l.'i'lifs should examine the^line line of 1'nion suits that the I'm^it Mercantile Co. carry. They Hre,^without ailouht, the tno^t sei:--;Mr^uii.liTwe.tr maniifartui**d. WtlflOtlA I Foniieo o|^en^-il thfir new^.Million -M.ili...

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 November 1894

AHUNTIrfO^ LAV. Bebuckled girth aud tichtsmd Ml^Aod made hi* mare take heed. Shesnorted answer back again^^A fair and gallant steed! Beheld her straight across the down; 8heleft afar his peers;^The fresh whnt in his face1 was blown: Thepack sang In his ears. Heheld her straight ad own the hill. Herhocks beneath her bent.^None, without instant fear of ill. Couldfollow where she went. Heheld her straight across the plain; Baastrained against the bit;^Her courage heightened his again; Hisknowledge lent her wit. Boughdikes, high piled from ancient days. Strongfences of the past-^She left them ail and went her wsya Agallant mare and fast. Theblackthorn twined acroas the path^Hid yon sweet pack from view; Shesmote the growers in her wrath^And clove the fence in two. Hespied the oak rail, nor would stop.^Vet drew the long reins* tether; Fullytw o feet clear she spurned the tup:^Ah. how they laughed together! Thestream where marsh and river meet^Her heart inada light of gladly, ndas It Hash...

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 November 1894

Ilist 'ociety gMTU* O'omttit ^,x*otto MUMItwkkki.v by JOHNM. VROOMAN. Editor and Proprietor. fcnteredat Le*isto*n P O as second class matter TERMSI^^JSI' BS^ ut I I'TION: (IfpaM ill ii.lvanee.l Onmmmm^^^- tmrnW llMW,-^ '-50 T:IWUIOIllIlK Mi Al1 Kit TaflKTT DAYS: I'a,mm--K.UO *llMMI-mm^ MAm VMMMM- ADVERTISINGKATES: OmImIi. mm Immmm* *^(** On.-iit^ l^. ^^^^* tuonth^^^_ 3.00 OMmm| m\M MMMl 15-WU ommm, ^^^.^ mm- - 2*-00 s^^^ ial r:ti^-^ ttivi n 011 large space and atandtBf^advertlM-im-m- Ijial notirea I ^ renin per line, -(.-rial.i lv. iliv ui. uls payable strictly in ad- BANK OF- Coria-cyt-jr- (Incorporatedunderth* l^ti of Montana.) LEWISTOWN,MONT. TbooiasF. Oakes,Henry C. HenryC. Rouse, Receivers. Payne, N ORTHERN PA C I F I C R. R. IS THEONLY^LINK lluimiii Through Cars TO. S.S. HOBSON,^T. C. POWER,^.IAMKS 11. HOB,^r. E. WKltaiT. President.Vice-President.^- Cashier.^Ash t Cashier. IA I. KOSTKK. M.trDirrclorv. (Jovrmor..-^John E. Ki.kard UMaMOraiMAm, ^ '. Mtaia mmi^f OmJMI. Serrrtary^^...

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 November 1894

gtVQtxa(Coimtu ^r^ne. LKWISTOWN.THURSDAY, Nov. 2'J. U4 OFFICIALFAFES OF FERGUS COUNTY ^chi.ihhcdwkkk1.y by JOHNM VROOMAN, ^ Editor and Proprietor. ousSCHOOL. Thesituation in our public school is^again such as to engage the earnest^solicitude of every taxpayer in the dis^^trict. The lack of room in the school^building to accommodate scholars, the^shortage in school money making it^impossible to employ more teachers^and secure rooms elsewhere, are the^problems that confront our school^board, as well as parents, and we sin^cerely hope a satisfactory way out of^the dilemma will be speedily found. Whenthe present school building^was projected it was with a view to^giving superior educational advantages^not only to children of this district but^to non-resident scholars as well. This^scheme was wiser in conception tha^in execution, as our school population^has outgrown the capacity of the build^ing. Theplan adopted of placing some^of the little folks on half time, thereby^absenting them fr...

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 November 1894

CHURCHDIRECTORY. ^K-flYI-KKIASCMM Ilium^UignUr wmrrtmm ^r^ h^w every KlinI in. i ii i UK .a ill^'^f^*^ tlif ttiinl Silli- ixfaf^aia .^^III ^^triiiih M-hwil i*vi-rv riuu-^d t, :il ,^ iliri~ll.m l-'u.i. a*'^r ^^.. i.-ly iiiMt* t'Trry Thiirs-^.l.i; evt-nilic ill 7:;fl. Akmii i.- StTvii-fs morning an^l evening thlnl^KunaiJ ^f ^ i. h in.mill il rtiri-tiaii \\ ie-llu.li'.. ii:i^. KSWaSSI I'a-tor. MKTHOIHKT I HIH H. LSWUrtOW ll^ h^ I Min.i.y morniiiK al 1^ Ylix l^. Ml . v. liiliK :il 7 :^-!^^} ^-^ i'^*1 ^^^- for.raiaa: trrtcm. frafB* ^^^wH^^ ^'^) WaSnaatai. alag.MB \ iui ^. IM nuUHK^K . Monthly ^|iuoiiil^efcU^l^t Bun-^da). IM, al II ^ m. an.I 7 |. in.; nV^v^-r 1'rt^.k.^..r.t Siindav, II a. in. ali.l 7 |^. in.; I'liilltrooli. '.'nil^Mil. lav , ii a in and 7 at m.; Willow atsafc, M^Sunday, i i a. in Jav.or'n rt ^i.ii'in ^*. I'niliiroiik. I .auvin. 1'ai.tar. LOCALHAPPENINGS. TlianUi;i\ i^ il;. RssMasbsrthe ball tonight. BomTn Mr. and Mrs. Julius Pat'^srses HovsMbet -7th, a girl. Tlie^ ireat K...

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 November 1894

8ECRETOF GRANT'S SUCCESS. AlwaysDid HitA Thine Worth Do ingI- Wurth Doing Well. Fromtut interview with Colonel^Frederick D. Oraut about hia father^the following is taken i ^Didyou notice any change,^ I had^abked, ^iu your father's manner or^demeanor after he came east and took^command of all the armietj^ Was^there anything to show that he^thought, ^Here in the great tank of^my life,-' ColonelGrant shook his head^thoughtfully. ^No,^ he said, ^that^was impossible. My father was al^^ways the same. He was always^grave. He was always thoughtful.^He was always gentle. He was al^ways extraordinarily considerate of^the feelings of others. I have never^known a man who had such nice^ways about him iu that respect as^my father. But. more than that, he^always did his best. He did as much^his best when he was a farmer as^when he was lieutenant general, and^he never saw that doing your best in^one position in life was any different^from doing it in another. Forinstance, he never would look^ujiou ...

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. — 6 December 1894

Historic al ociety txfptmBasmts MUM!WISKLY BV JOHNM. v ROOM AN. Editor and Proprietor. tnterad^t Le*nto*n PO as second diss matter^TERMS OF.SUBSCRfPTfON: (Ifpaid in adrance.)^One year^ 12.80 T:ir moritba ~ '.00 AFTERTHIRTY DAYS: I,. paw-^^3.oo Sixmonths-^ 2-* Tnrts inuntha-- l.ttt ADVERTISINGRATES. ^ I.oo _ 3.00 ^ 15.00 __ 34.00 s. .ial rales niten on large space and standing ad'ertiheinenl'i. Laal i^^li^ es If cents per line. HfaejMii.iverli^. iiienl^ payable slrielly in ad- uneincti. one insertion Oneinch, oue month Oneinch, -.ix months oneinch ui,,. rear .... OS/KM141. KOSTKK. Malebli ri loiv. BaaafSMt-^I^hn K. Ki^ kar.b l.nalaaairtOnataetAlex. C. K..ikiii Maasharat Caagvaaa^*aa.S. Ilartiuau Ptinlary,.f state-.Uaale Kutwitl Traaaarar_^^. W WiigUt Aii.i it or A- ^ ' ^^* Alv alHenri .1. Ha^k.-l! Itiirl*JnattefBaaraasi f.inrl W. Y. IVmlier tin .ik.n. llar^.h^l^Aaaaaiata Jtial laeai Baaaataa ^ nan j w i ^,. w it t 1(l,,tIWnj. Webster 'nhlicIllMrnrlioll . .KiltfttUt- Slwrc irilrrullii...

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 December 1894

ercjit*dmmtjt 3kv0tt^. LEWI8TOWN,THURSDAY, Dec. 6, 94. OFFICIALPAPER OF FERGUS COUWTY publibhicdWEEKLY by JOHNM. VROOMAN, ^ Editor and Proprietor. Congressis in cession. AaronHersb field seems to have^struck an embargo down at Fargo. Animmense tidal wave visited T^-^coma last Friday, doiog considerable^damage to shipping and the docks at^that place. Thenew issue of goverment bonds^went like hot cakes. This indicate^that the government's tinauce will be in^eafe hands in a few years. Therewere over 52,0(^0 ballots cast ftn^the location of tlte state capital at the^recent election. The returns are all in^and Helena has an even l'.HAl majority TheMontana legislature will met-tm^the first Monday iu January, which^tails on the 7th. The hr*t vote for^United State senator* will be taken on the15. Withold Breckenridge and Governor^Waite on the lecture platform this^winter, there will still be a dmand for^eggs of any age or previous condition^of servitude. Neurasthenia^was said to be the^trou...

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 December 1894

CHURCHDIRECTORY. ^EkBYTKRIAMchi kcb. I.k i^T^.^ n ^K^.lul^r ^nerTfc-m ai^ heW every Himi MralM atMW*natanrac^ni um wm Ina- d.yof i-.ic li .uuiilli. Sat.'Mtth ^ hiK^l rvery huti^(1 t/ :it,i. IU. rhiiMianKwlraror So. i^ iy meets e^rry Than-^nap tmlayM Tsui. Ahmkii*--St\kfs morning an^l eTenlng tliir^ 1^Kuml.y ^f ^*a^-h m.mlli it (Jbritlian Wie.tfuan'a. BMKi^w'aki^ r*a.-.tor. METHODISTCHI'WH. LMMWn-iMriNMrlSunday morning at^1 o i lix k. ami .-veiling al 7:.^^. BNHf SOiooi^fure moriiiiit; service. I'rayer meeting nvery^W.-.lin s.laj mm ning.MSB VlGi ^.. MM I'llllKKooK.Monthly appointment.^l.t Sun^day, Iat 11 a. m. an.l 7 |.^ in ; Beaver frees:^3rd minJay. 11 a. ui. and 7 p. in.; r^hi^l^ruok, Jnd^Sunday, 11 a. m an.l 7 p.m.; Willow creek, 4th^Sunday, 11 a. m. Iae'-or'n reM.lcli. e, I'tiillirook. T.A. Gakvik. Paatar. TheARGD8 aesires correspondence from^all parti of the county. Communications^should reach us ai early as Tuesday to in aretheir appearance the same week. LOCALHAPPENINGS. Dol...

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 December 1894

TariffReform. NEWYORK'S OPINION. HER CONGRESSMEN REVIEW THE^^SPLENDID NOTHING^ TARIFF. THECIKCULATION OF WAGES. Labori- Puulnlied to Reward Importer*^Who Paraded 1-or ^iro^er. Thebunluii of free trade ia already^ui. :. us. How can wo lighten it^ The^rush of importers to secure their foreigu^goods from the custom house at the low^^er rates of duty has told the story. Near^ly $10,000, UM worth of foreign goods^withdrawn tor consumption in less than ! (.licTuioi^a week means the sale of nearly flO,-^000,000 woith less of American goods^manufactured in American mills by^Ameiican wage earners It means that^the distribution of more than $.5,000,000^in American wages has been checked^within five days. Ifthis curse continues, there can be^but one result The foreigners are de^^termined to have uud to hold our mar^^ket*. Shall we surrender them^ We do^not desire^no true American desires^^that American wage earners should be^compelled to sell their lalmr iu open^competition with the cheaper la...

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 December 1894

HistoricalS(-r:'ety Counts %vam. vol.xn. No. aa LEWISTOWN,FERGUS COUNTY, MONT., THURSDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1894. Price10 Cts. REPUBLICANIN POLITICS, AND DEVOTED TO THE MINERAL, AGRICULTURAL, STOCK AND WOOL INTERESTS OF THE GREAT JUDITH COUNTRY. f-eviitieo:,nmtu c\i*ii^e ITHI.i3hki)WKKKI.Y BY JOHNM. VROOMAN, Editor and Proprietor. tntared at Le^isto^n P O as second class matter TKRMSOF. SUBSCRIPTION: (Itpaid in advance.)^One year~- ^2*So Sixni'Mi t h***^ 1.50 T:i re* .months-^^^ 1 -00 AFTERTHIRTY DAYS: t'at*y^*ar$3.00 ixmonths-^^ Threemonth*- ^*^0 AIA'KRTISINGKATES: OneinciMi insertion.. ~~.-.f 1.00 Oneinch, one month ^^ S.00 Onei.ieh. .n months- 15.00 lineinch, it^r ve^r- - 24.00 8ectal HMghH on large space and standing^ad niseini'iils. 1a .1 nolU't-s l^^ cents per line. -|-nal alvertiseimnls payable strictly In ad- mwmi \i- rostkr. Mali-Uireeiurr. Governor_.John E. Kit kanls LieutenantOeissrasl- ^Alex. ('. Hotltiu Memlier.^f I '.mgre-i-. ..I'll*^, s. llartiuan rata*]at statelamia Koiwi...

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 December 1894

gtVQu*tEomttvj Arfltt*. LEWISTOWN,THL'RSDAY, I^ec. IS. 94. OFFICIALPAPER OF FERGUS COUNTY. PUBLISHEDWEEKLY BY JOHNM. VROOMAN, ^ Editor and Proprietor. Nowcomes the news that Gay, the^desperado, is captured. Will he slay^caught, is a question to gamble on. Ferdinandde Lesseps died in Paris^on the m h inst. The Suez canal is a^monument to his engineering skill. Thecrusade ^^n the ^living picture^^in New York has no reference to David^Bennett Hill. He isn't very' much^alive just now. JMrs. Mary Anderson-Navarro, the^well known American actress, was de^^livered of a sun in London on the 7th^inst., the child dying the same day. }Alabama has two governors. One^has proven enough for Colorado and^Oregon. However, if Alabama wants^another governor perhaps Illinoiscould^spare Altgeld. fA man named Coder liaa been in^^dicted by a New York jury upon the 'charge of attempted blackmail. It is^only fair to state that this particular^Coder never lived in Montana.^Ana^^conda Standard. fWhile Grover ...

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 December 1894

CHURCHDIRECTORY. crarythiru -e.-aYTKKIANchvii'h. l.Kwi-TowN^ ItrfuUr Mrricea are^Kimlat in.ii ning and f.i-nina; rxccl'l the^Kiind.y or rat h .nonth. Hab-jalh arhoole*OTj ^un ftt/ at M m. CtaTMta*OiMM '^ '^ meet^ t'Terjr 1 liur^^iImj etrniliK at ^-:W. rilll.HkiiOhs-nim on tin' thirii Sunday of^mil uionlta al 11 a. in. I'TICA--Senlam ^^n tl^. tbinl Sunday of ea^ b^MiMiilb at ^^^ |i. in. QMbbfMM Pastor MKTHODI^T ( HI Ki'H. Mimlajnii^rniB LjEWUTOWP ^. rvii i- ev.-rv Siimlajr morning a^1 oVI.-k. und.xi.inu at 7 ::^*^. Sundaj H^ uoolb.^fore iiioriiniK -ervi.e. Prayer uiectinf rrery^MMfe| . ^. ning.Juki. Vioi s. Paatu/. haUMOb-MonthlyafiooiiittuefcU^ l^t Oun day.I l^el. at II a. in. and 7 |i. day.i i 3rd.Sunday, 11 a. in^Sunday, 11 a. av am^Sunday, 11 a. am. iaator'a runiilelire. Mid7 |i. 7(i. in. HearerCreek .;Phlihrook, 2nd^Willow creek. 4th I'lnllirook. T.A. liAKVlN. Paat.r. JamKaA. Siiiki.dk four No 1^, O^A. R.. of Lewintown, meet, on the laa^Samnl;i^ .ol each month, at 2 |i. m.. it U...

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 December 1894

NOTPRONOUNCED CORRECTLY. AWOMAN AND A WATCH. ErrorsIn Placing the Accent la^r^miliar Word.. Whyshould so many persons say^^pontanightity instead of sponta-^neeity I Thereis no excuse for saying ap- pricotfor a-pricot, or eck-quable for^e qua Me. or Er-rin for E-rin, or assa-^fidity for asafedrida, or Ven-e-zu-el-a^for Ven-e-zu-e-la, or Adonis (short o)^for Ado nis (long o), or Dian-na for^Diana (long a), or matt run or pat^tron, and so on. It is just as easy to^accent the last syllable as the first in^^pretense.^' Some persons call bomb^'^boom^ instead of ^^bum,^ because^the spelling seems to warrant it, but^when they call tedious '^tejus^ they^have no such apparent warrant. In^the west and south the ^i^ in isolate^is made long, and nearly everywhere^educated persons say truck-u lent for^true cu lent, a-meu-able for a-meen-^able, lev ver for lee ver and give the^sound of ^u^ in up instead of ^i^ in^it in such words as squirrel, stirrup^aiid sirup There are many words^in which the ac...

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