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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fergus County argus. — 28 February 1895

liSt0ri S0cil Cty Vol.XII. No. 3L LKWISTOWN,FERGUS COUJS'TY, MOOT*., THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1895. Price10 Cts. REPUBLICANIN POLITICS, AND DEVOTED TO THE MINERAL, AGRICULTURAL, STOCK AND WOOL INTERESTS OF THE GREAT JUDITH COUNTRY. ^crtuteSowttfl .Arfltt* JOHNM. VROOMAN, Editor and Proprietor bntersdat Le^iilo^n P O as second cl ass m attsr TERMSOF SUBSCRIPTION: (Ifpaid in advaD^-e.)^Hue year_ Sixin .i.il.- 1.50 Thru-luuutba_^ 1.00 AKI'KKTHIRTY IIAYS: Varyrar-H.00 MlaanUM iOO imulitlis l.aO BANK -OF- Co-UaO=Lt37-- ADVERTISINCRATES FURNISHED ON^APPLICATION. hii ii 111. kiim i.k. (Incorporatedundertba laws of Montana.) LEWI8TOWN,MONT. 3.9. HOBSON,^T. C. I'OWEK, ^^J AMES H. MoE.^P. K. WRKiHT. President,Vice-President.^- Cash ier.^Ash t C'Htihier. StateUirrelorv. fiovrrnorJohn E. Kirkanls Lieutenant'ioveruurmAlex. Q hotkin Meiutierof^^oiiarv*sM....rha.. at. Hartman Heeretaryof Stale_I^oiii* Rolwilt Treaourer_.^K. W, Wiiglit Auditor^A. B. Cook I AttorneytieneralHenri J. Haskell ChiefJustic...

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. — 28 February 1895

IferguaCotmtu 3^t-c*t^.. LKWI8TOWN,THURSDAY Feb. 28. '95.^OFFICIAL PAPJK OT FBKOOl COUWTY. publishedwdeklv hv JOHNM. YROOMAN, ^ Editor and Proprietor. RepresentativeKnippenberg has re^^signed and gone to Florida to spend the^balance of the winter. Mr. Knippen^^berg is evidently an eccentric individ- Wewould like to know what effect^the prayers of Rev. Shippen of the^house have on Representative Von^Tobel. The Utter is not strictly or^^thodox. Twomen were frozen to death in the^Cumberland mountains of Kentucky^last week. Montana's record of fatali^^ties from this soucre can now be borne^with greater composure. Thesenatorial deadlock in Oregon^bas been broken by the election oi^George \V. McBride, formerly secretary^of state. He is said to be non-com^mittal on the silver question. TheMissoulian earnestly endorses^Senator Chandler's efforts to protect^game and fish. It says: SenatorChandler introduced a bill,^which has the approval of the senate, and^itis believed by those who arelamil...

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. — 28 February 1895

CHURCHDIRECTORY. 'ISVTKBI*N church. Km.la^ mon.lnsj and eT^inf except the third^blind!/ ufrx h ..ionlh. Sabbath Kbo^l eTerj r)un-^d U at :! rllt^ p. ChristianKndcayur Society meets erery Thurs^^day evening at 7-30. IHilbbookServices on the third Sunday ol^eai-h niuuth at II a. m. I'TicaService* on the third Sunday of each^iiiwnth at ,t p. nt. (iKO.Kiavak!- Pan tor. MRTHOtHKTCHI rch. I.KWiirrowNService everv Sunday morning at^1 o . I.K-k. and evening at 7::^. Sunday MM ^*-^fore mornilig arrrice. I'rayer meeting every^Wedneaday evening.JOKL Viot .-. la^t^W. flilLHROoK^ K*cun^l ami Fuurtl. Sundays of^ea.h month at J u. in.; Lbet-Kim and Ihird^Sundays at 11 a. m. and 7 :top. m.; I rout ^ ree^^^Monday hMk] r-'irat nundar at p. ni. Iasto-'s residence. Hhllhrook. T.A. liAKViH. Paalor TheAB0U8 desires correspondence from^all parti of the county Communications^^hould reach as as early at Tuesday to l^^are their appearance the same week. LOCALHAPPENINGS. ]. .1. k' inwrest liny with the County...

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. — 28 February 1895

INFECTIONAND DISINFECTION. IdBtM titer. Mothers Should, bat That AllDo Hot. Understand. Aftera case of measles recently,^the physician called to assure him^^self that all was well and to make^sure' disinfection had been thorough.^The mother of the child had listened^to instructions with one ear, while^the other was bent upon the coming^of carriage wheels to take her shop^^ping. She knew all about 1t, and so^^when questioned by the medical^man she replied: ^Oh, I burned a^teaspoonful of sulphur and sprinkled^the floor with ojtpperas and carbolic,^and washed the walls with borax,^and hud the maid put all the bed^^ding in the tub, and aired the blank^^ets, and shook the rugs, and spilled^some camphor over the mattress, and^gave the children a good scrubbing^with ammonia in the water. But^Dick doesn't seem to feel quite so^well today, and Nellie is drooping. Thedoctor listened aghast at this^lingo of disinfection. Poor Dick^took cold and was very ill, and Nel^^lie seriously demonstrated...

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 March 1895

Hist oricul Society 4T-cx*nuft(County Arm!* rrBLISIHF.ltWKKKI.Y BY JOHNM VROOMAN. Editor and Proprietor. tntared at Le*nto*n P O M second cless matter I^TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: (Ifpaid in advance.) neyearri.5o | BtJ months^..... 1-50 ii re. monthsm l'OU AFTERTHIRTY DAYS: Ceeyear_^$3.00 -1x M lw '2.00 Threemonths 1.40 BANK -OF- Co-CL3.t37-- (Incorporatedunderthe lava or Montana.) LEWISTOWN,MONT. ThomasF. Oakes,Henry C. Payne. HenryC. Rouse, Receivers. N OR T H E R N PA C I F I C R. R ADVERTISINGRATES FURNISHED ON^APPLICATION. S.S. HOB90N,^T. C. POWER,^JAMES H. MOK,^F. E. WUKiHT. President.Vice-President.^- Cashier.^Ahb t Cashier. IS THE Mf^LINE Running'Through Cars ST.PAUL lll'FIIIAL ROSTKK. SlateDirectory. iiov.-rn.ir^....^.MM K. Kickardn l.i.-utenuiitGovernor.Alex. i^. Hotkin MemlierofOiajPMmmCMK II. Haftaaas Secretaryof State^Louis kutwitt Treuurrr_,.,I*. \v. Wiiglit AuditorA. H. Cook AttoruevQaaeealHenri J. Haskell thief Junli.e Supreme Cinl W. Y. Peiulier on . ,,. I Win. II Hunt....

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 March 1895

gergue^otmtjt 3lr0u^. LEWISTOWN,THURSDAY, Mch. 5. OFFICIALPAPER OF FERGUS COUNTY. publishedweekly by JOHNM. VROOMAN, ^ Editor and Proprietor, DEATHOE JAMES B. MOE. Inthe death of James H. Moe Lewis^town and Fergus county loses a repre^^sentative business man. Coming here^from White Sulphur Springs soon after^the county was organized be was^chieHy instrumental in establishing the^Bank of Fergus County. As cashier of^that institution be displayed great pru^^dence and rare abilities as a financier^In protecting and advancing the inter^^ests of those associated with him he^had a weight of responsibility that wae^at times no light burden to bear, and^he, no doubt, was often compelled to^^ay ^no^ when it was bis own private^wish to say ^yes.^ Like the captain of^ship or the general of an army, there^were rigid rules that he be had to ad^here to for safety when great responsi^bilities and results were at stake. Yet^there are many men in our midst who^can recall favors extended them when^th...

Publication Title: Fergus County Argus
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fergus County argus. — 7 March 1895

CHURCHDIRECTORY. MIIBUIchi rch.^UtWMTOWN -Regular terrier* are held rntf^Sunday morning ma* erening exrept the third^Kund./ ofeirli .nonth. Hab'jath mdouI every Hun dtj at :t:UO ,'^ in-^. OhrintianEndt-aror So. iety meets every 1 hurs- 1^,evening ^t '-3D- PhilbhoorService* on the third Sunday of^each month at 11 a. m. UticaServicei. on the third Sunday of each^uionib at 3 p. m. Geo.Kmwahik* Pastor. MKTHODISTch1bih. LewistownService every Sunday morning at^1 o'clock, and evening at 7::t0. Sunday School be^^fore morning service. Prayer meeting every^Wednesday evening.jof.1. Viol Pastor. flflLUROokScond ami Fourth Sundays of^eac h month at - p. ni.; Ubet^Pint and I bird^Sundays at 11 a. in. and 7 M p. in.; Trout ^ reelt^^Monday luilowing First Sunday at p. m. lMtor'a residence. Khilbrook. T.A. liiKVIK. Paster. TheAKOUS desires correspondence from^all part* of the county. Communicationa^should reach us as early as Tuesday to in^^sure their appearance the same week. LOCALHAPPENINGS. ABox...

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 March 1895

CIMARRON'SHISTORIC BARROOM. fhe Landlord Proud of the Fact^. Twml) -Ave Stn Wen Malu Thar*. Cimarronwas a lively town in^tho seventies,^ said a land surveyor^from New Maxico. ^I have seen^Clay Allison ride into the place with^a following of cowboys and start in^la make a night of it. Ho would^buyout Lambert's barroom to begin^with, turn everybody out of the^room except his own crowd, and^then their fun would be fast and^furious. On such an occasion 1^glanced through the window and^saw a cowboy dancing naked on the^counter to the accompaniment oi^yells and pistol shots from his com^^rades. Throughthis little adobe town^among the foothills, three-quarters^Mexican in its population, came ami^went the various bad men of tho re^^gion. Many of them went no far^^ther, dying there with their boots^on in quarrels over land and stock^transactions, politics, women, ^ ards^or in the ambitious attempt to as^^sort their supremacy as desperadoes. WhenI last visited Cimarron, in^18781 the town 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. — 14 March 1895

HutorfcaJtfac lety jfergtts van Vol.XII. X' 33. LEWISTOWN,FERGUS COUNTY, MONT., THURSDAY, MAliUH 14, 189.-, Price10 Cts. REPUBLICANIN POLITICS, AND DEVOTED TO THE MINERAL, AGRICULTURAL, STOCK AND WOOL INTERESTS OF THE GREAT JUDITH COUNTRY. $9KQU*lC;nmty -Xx*i*ne PUBLISH!:!)WKKKI.Y BY JOHNM VROOMAN. Editor and Proprietor. BANK ThomasF. Oakes,Henry C. Payne, HenryC. Rouse, Receivers. -OF- tnteredit Lewistown P O as second class matter^TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: (Ifpaid in advance.) Omyrar--f'J.rui j Sixmonths I Tiirt-fmonths~I-'K* I ArmTHIRTY DAYS: Omye*rw.oo -11I.hjIiI hs-m 2-00 T^rv+ uionthtf- LM N ORTHERW PACIFIC R. R. ADVERTISINGRATES FURNISHED ON^APPLICATION. OFFICIALROSTER. StateDirectory. ISSSSarssW^-John E. Kickards LieutenantGovernor_Alex. ('. li.itkm Memberof Congre^^_....Ctaaa. s. Hartman secretaryof State^^Louis Kotwitt TreaaurerI^. W. Wiight Auditor^^A. B. Cook AttorneyGeneralHenri J. Haskell ChiefJustice Supreme Court W. Y. Pember on ._^ i Wm. H Hunt. AssociateJustices Supre...

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 March 1895

IferguftCount** Jlrgue. LEWISTOWN,THURSDAY,Mch.T4. ^95. OFFICAL PAPER OF FERGUS COUNTY. publishedweekly by JOHNM. YROOMAN, ^ Editor and Proprietor. Ttiesenatorial dead lock in Idaho^has been broken by the election of^George L. Shoup to succeed himself. Thejury in the Hayward trial at^Minneapolis brought in a verdict^of ^guilty as charged.^ A righteous^verdict. TheMontana legislature has ad^^journed and members are returning^home to receive the blessing or cussing^of their constituency, as the case may^b . r!r i\e and excellent work has been^done, however. lastSaturday, decided to submit to the^voters of this district the proposition^of bonding in the sum of $15,000 for^the purpose of building a new school^house. This is a matter that should^be thoroughly discussed by taxpayers^at the meeting to be held next Satur^^day evening, in order to vote intelli^^gently and make no mistake. We are^of the opinion that $10,000 is too much^money. The district was bonded for^$11,000 when the prese...

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 March 1895

CHURCHDIRECTORY. MfTMAI^ iii'Ki if. Lkwihtown^ Regular services ^^^ rsrM every^Hunts) morning ^ii^i evening except the third^Sunrt*/ of .uonth. hMAMNlllH) bun^(1^/ at :t:OU iu. ChrifttisnEnde^v^r S.- ieiy meet- every 1 hur^^d*, evening at T'vsX PWJMM%rtini ^ii the tMN eachmonth at 11 a. m. I'TICAaervitm M the third Sunday of eaeh^momh at \^. in. i.Ko.Ki^waki^ 1'a-ior. StMWMN MH'W'H. UtMtffl^ Serviim e\ery Rniu morning a'^1 o'clock, and t veniiig at 7 ! It. HVNH Ml hool I*;-^fore moriiiiig wrvice. 1'rayer meeting every^\\ e^1in-vta^ ev. fiing.JOSL Vi^ii^. 1*:iMoit. fltiLiiBOok^ NM4 and 1'ourtli .-und.i^J^eai.h month at 2ft. m.; 1'het^ lu-i an^) li^ir-l Sundaysat 11 a. ss. mhI 7*M ft. m,; Trout i ^^^^^* ^^Monday I id lowing 1- irM ^unday at ]^^factor'I* resident e, i'tulWrook T.a. ^.Al:\ iN. 1'aMtar. TheABGUS desires correspondence from^all parts of the county. Communications^should reach us as early as Tuesday to in^^sure their appearance the same week. LOCALHAPPENINGS Courtconvenes ...

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 March 1895

COMMISSIONERSPROCEKDIlfOS [Continuedfrom Firiit Page.] tachedto Diat. No. 11. Boardadjourned until Saturday. March^it at I a. m.^Board met at '.t a. m. All present.^Claim of W. A. Selvidge for $^..^.1.00 al^^lowed in tbe sum of $538.70. Reportof W. D. Deaton, ex-sheriff, from^Kecember lat, USt, to Jan. 7, IMS, ex^^amined and approved:^Bills allowed as follows: UD Deaton, bd prisoners Dec$ 6 60 do^ ^ Jan4 2^i doteam hiretJO OO do^ ^' B6 00 doexpense billsHH 1*5 do^ ^ 60 OO do^ ^ 2* M I)C Deaton, social deputy103 33 do^ ^ 10 00 doexpense billsIll 75 do'* ^ 37 75 0W Kelly, clerical work50 00 Bondof C. F. Little for performance of^contract examined and approved. Win.II. Ricks appointed as janitor at^the court house at the sum of twenty five^dollars per month. Hillsallowed as follows:^W H Kelly, abstract for asses^or...$703 SO .1K Murray,envelopes 0090 \VIf Perk, posting notices3 OO ThouOregory, janitor ^k37 00 .1I Murray, env and stamps1) .^{5 .1M Campbell, exp chgH1 t;o 0K Little, stat...

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 March 1895

*****Soci,ty m vrol.XII. No. 34. LEWISTOWN,FERGUS COUNTY, HUNT., THURSDAY, MARCH It, 1895. Price10 Cts. REPUBLICANIN POLITICS, AND DEVOTED TO THE MINERAL, AGRICULTURAL, STOCK AND WOOL INTERESTS of THE GREAT JUDITH COUNTRY, .f-cvintaC^tmtu ^.i-iiito I HI '-Hi- : IMU BY^JOHN M VHOOMAN. Editor and Proprietor. BANK TbomasF. Oakes,Henry C. Payne, HenryC. Rouse, Receivers. -OF- tnter.ri at Le*ittow n PO as second classmatter TERMSOf SUBSCRIPTION:^I If paid in advance.) Oneyear^__-MM | HixiHi-1.50 I Inm-months--1.00 , AFTKKTHIRTY DATS] 0Myear_ta.00 J Nlalmouths^2.00 Threemonth*1.60 l N ORTHERN PACIFICR. R. Co-cL3aat3T- (Incorporatedundfrttaa laws of Montana.) LEWISTOWN,MONT. iIS^j THE^! ONLY^1 LIKE RunningThrough Cars ADVERTISINGRATES FURNISHED ON^APPLICATION. OFFICIAL ROSTER. S.S. HOBSOX,^I T. 0. POWER. ^^JAMKS H. MM,^1 F. E. WstlGHT. President.Vice-President.^- Cashier.^Ash t ^'aH)iier. StateDirectory. BtWMi^John K. Kit-kar.ls ! Lieutenantl iovernor....... .Alex. C. Botkin Nlt-mlsr.,1 Oo...

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 March 1895

jfev-0tt Count)} Jlrgua. LKWI8TOWN,THUR8DA'. Mch. 21. '95. OmOIiLPAPEK 07 FERGUS COUNTY. Officer*and a Good List of Charter^Memben. PUBLISHEDweekly BY JOHNH. VROOMAN, ^ Editor and Proprietor. PresidentCleveland has returned^from his duck hunt. It wasn't necces-^ssry for him to go outside of his cabi^^net if small game was all he was after. UncleSam has informed Spain that^^he must be careful where she shoots.^It is not improbable that the ^white^squadorn^ will be sent into Spanish^waters. THEBONDING PB0P08ITI0HA BOABD 07 TRADE. Theschool board at a special meet-1^inn held last Saturday decided to sub- [ An Organization Perfected with Tali tot of mitto the qualified voters of the dis^^trict the question of bonding in the^sum of $12,000 for the purpose of erect^^ing another brick or stone school house | There was another large audience at^to be located in Lewistown. The bonds Hogue's hall last Saturday evening^are be bear interest at the rate of six {or the purp08e Qf hearing the repo...

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 March 1895

\ r CHURCHDIRECTORY. ^bRYTKKUNchi r^ ^. UHI1WI-KtfiiUi ^STlSSSl ^r^ Ml every^rHinlay sjaraiaa ^^^^ ^^eninf HHP '^^'^Bunrt.y of...5 ...onili. ^^Mill lieillimi hun-^^iw at :!:0U ,^. ^^^ _.. rilllll^l^lni TF nicel^ evt-ry IIiiim- aaevening at 7-SO. rHHJ^K^OK^lervii-t-* cm the third Sunday of^... I, month at 11 a n Cticaferric^- on the third ^unday of eai h^month at i^. ni. iM^.Kiiwai'.iw I'aMnr. mktiioi^l*t rlH'KCH. LBVMWSS*-r*-n ^ ^-\^-ry Sunday luorniug at^1 oYloik, and WtBttttatJ al !:.'^^*. Mmtlay ^i (iooll^e-^fore morning Berries, 1'rayer meeting every^Wednesday t-vi-niiig.Juki. Yigi ^. I'a-tor. rUMMI^ .-ei olid and Fuiirth Mind.iy- of^each month at J |^. in.; l.bcl^ rir.t and 1 hird^Mutidav. at 11 a. ui. and 7-^tJ n. m.; 'I mill ' ^^^^^Monday following Hr-t -oii'la) al V- ^^ 1'a.itor'fne^id**iu r, I'lnllirook. t.a. uakv1n. l'antar TheARGUS desires correspondence from^all parts of the county Communications^should reach us as early ai Tuesday to in^^sure their appearance the same w...

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 March 1895

\ TELEGRAPHERS'BLUNDERS. Borneof the Most Common One* and Bow^They Are Made. Thereare many errors made in^the transmission of messages which^are entirely uncalled for, but even^with these there is not one blunder^made to every 5,000 words passing^over the wires,'' said a telegraph^operator. '' That is of course in the^main offices, where the most expert^operators are employed. I don't^think the same can be said of all the^branch offices. An error whi^h has^cost the business man many dollars,^and yet for which we can find no^cause, is the mixing of the numbers^15 and 50. There is no excuse for^the error, yet it occurs more fre^^quently than anything else. They^seem to be the fated numbers of the^telegrapher. Wo have notices post^^ed above each instrument concern^^ing it, yet such mistakes will occur.^Words ending in 'th' ure frequently^rendered 'ty,' which is very serious^when numbers are being sent, For^instance, 'sixty' might be rendered^'sixth,' or vice versa. This is caused^by th...

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. — 28 March 1895

Wstor, ic*'Society Itx%m Vrol.XII. No. LaJCWISTOWN,FEHGl'S COU.NTY, MOST., THURSDAY, MARCH 28, 189. Price10 Cts. REPUBLICANIN POLITICS, AND DEVOTED TO THE MINERAL, AGRICULTURAL, STOCK AND WOOL INTERESTS OF THE GRgAT JUDITH COUNTRY. 4*cviii^ IT^tmtit ^Ax*itito JOHNM VROOMAN. Editor and Proprietor. tuterejat l.e*itto*n PO.ssecondclassmjtt.r^IEKMS Of SUBSCRIPTION: (If|^aiil in advance.)^Hue year___^_lU.Ml j Hiuth^-^^ l.fal j I'm*-*.MMUMhMmi^ i.^NI AhTKKTHIRTY UTt Caeyear__13.011 , -i ^ Ill ll.i 'lAHl j Tlireemulittiit.I..SO . ADVERTISINGRATES FURNISHED ON^APPLICATION. MIMMI ROM tR. MalrDirrclorv* 8fVMMfmm^Mm k. Uckavia I.iiMilfriant^i^.vtjnn^rmAlt^\. CL BaUtHl Mt-ntlMTot ^ *oiigrt*^it..HMmh^CMUA llurtiiian t*miviarv uf Mate^LMla Koiwitl Tre.wuivrK. \V. Wiij-lit Auditor^.A. H. ^'^^ok AttorneyQmmIHenri .1. lta^kell CM*/J^tlCH BlMVM ' otirlW. Y. IViiiIkt on ...._ 1 Win. 11 Hunt. JUNIi mIi- JWBtMII MMMM I ^ii rl i m| ] | DaWitl WrkSu|ir^;mc ^'uiirt.mmjtViij. WVbslei .vm I ^^^ 11 lit cut lt...

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. — 28 March 1895

j,rviut tfomttu ;Arflue. LEWISTOWN,THURSDAY.Mch. 2*. 95. OFFICIALPAPER OP FEBOUS COUNTY PUm.lSHD WKtKLY UY JOHNH. VROOMAN, ^ Editor and Proprietor. Hon.T. C. Power has returned from^Washington to his home in Helena. Theprice of silver hus advanced con^^siderably since the Democratic congn as^adjourned. iovernor Rickards has appointed^1 ^^\ i i 1^ Bogart of Missoula county to^tie state examiner under the law passed^by the late legislature. Theyhad a pink snow fall down in^Colorado a few days ago. Montana^has a large supply of the white variety^which it will exchange for most any^color. IfChin* pays the$300,000,000 indem^nily to Japan in silver the white metal^will quickly appreciate in value and re^^vive silver mining. If paid in gold it is^thought it will further embarrass this^country by draining it of gold. Ina recent interview on the possi^^bilities of Republican candidates, Col.^R. G. Ingersoll said: ^The man of '96^will be an advocate of free silver and^no candidate nominated o...

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. — 28 March 1895

CHURCHDIRECTORY. ^^EB^YTirKI*N CHI BCH.^I.IWIHTOWN ^ Kpgtllar ^ar^ti-^a ar. held ^*ry^fcm.tay mur tili^^ ami .-firiiic '''^^' Hui.tW/..I e^. ii.h.Ill h^ *'f^Mlla^r - s.^ in; ni^l^ e^^-ry T^a)H da,^^Mini at 7 ;^^. I*itii*ai*^- vnlm on tlw Ihlrd Suinlay ol^^at tl month at II a. in. UMfMMM mm Ihii.l -iin.lay of ia.li^ui.nih at ^ li. in. liKII.KllWAKll^ lailor. IRMMM* lll'Ki'll. I.t:w|i[ius n-rrin-fuiy Milulay mnming at^1 h i 1^m k. Hint t-veiling at 7:.til. ^Mnday ^^ liool tie-^fori; miiriiiriK i*rvice. l'rayrr inrrMiiit ^vfry^WerilirMlay cTMifHg.Juki Viui ~. MM Ihii.iiKiiiik^ Snitiitl atni Fourth Sunilay* ^^^^at h uiKi.tti at j |i. ni.; i tn-t ^ nam mmA ihrr.l^funda). .n II a. in. ami 7 .*^ p. m.; I font Cmmt -^Monday li-Mowing Plaal ^umla^ at 7:::^ p. in. I'a.ilwr' PatSAaaaa, MallaWBa*. .A ^ V 11 Paulor. TheAROUS detirea corretpondenne from^all parts of the county. Commnnicationi^^hould reach ui aa early at Taesday to in-^^ure their appearance the aauie week. LOCALHAPPENINGS. FergusI...

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. — 28 March 1895

THEFEMININE LEFT FOOT. A Tonnff Woman of Otinervation Says It^Needs Very Em r, Attention. Icertainly would like to know,^^said a yfcuns^ woman of observation,^^why it i3 tiiat i)U poroentof women^turn in their left foot when they^run up stairs. If both feet were turn^^ed in, I could understand it, but it is^only the left foot that is the offend^^ing member. I've asked lots of girls^why they do it^oh, blesa you, I do^it myself!^and they have all denied^the failing, but when a committee of^investigation was aj^ix^inted the ver^^dict always was that the cV'l't foot^was turned in, and that it was turn^^ed in at the toes. 'Alien when we^came to inquire into the mm for^this defect of gait it seemed that no^^body could furnish any that would^bear discussion. Some said it must^be because of the pressure of the^skirts, but that could not bo,*because^the skirts would affect both feet^alike. Then, too, wo tried running^up stairs with the skirts lifted free^of both feet, but it was no use^the^p...

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