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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fergus County argus. — 4 April 1895

Society Vol.XII. No. 96. LEWISTOWN,FERGUS COUNTY, MOKT., THURSDAY, APRIL 4, 1895. Price10 Cts. REPUBLICANIN POLITICS, AND DEVOTED TO THE MINERAL, AGRICULTURAL, STOCK AND WOOL INTERESTS OF THE GREAT JUDITH COUNTRY. mumraut by JOHNM V ROOM AN. Editor and Proprietor. bntaredat Lewntu*ri POai second class matter termsof BraacBirnoM: (If|iaid mi a imii. r I^Our year_ ttM Hit... mi.-__ LM Tureeuioutlia.^ I.IW AFI'KKTHIRTY HAYS: OmyearH.wi sixmonth. '2.00 Threetnullths l.MJ BANK -OF- ThomasF. Oakes,Henry C. HenryC. Rouse, Receivers. Payne, N ORTHERW PACIFICR. R ADVERTISINGRATES FURNISHED ON^APPLICATION. (IFFKiai. ROSTER. (Incorporate*,under th*i liwi of Montana.) LEWISTOWN,MONT. 'THE^I ONLV^; LINK Running ThroughCars TO' S.9. HDBSOX,^t.c I'OWKtt. ^^.IAMKS H. MoK,^k. k. weiuht. Preai.lent.Vice-President.^Cashier.^Ash t ^ naliier. ST.PAUL staleDirectory. tjovernormwmmotmotmmm.John K. Kickanls Lieutenant(iuvemur^Ales, C. lt,,tkin Met,literof t'ongresti......^Ttej* s. llartmaii r-ecreiaryof st...

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 April 1895

$*VQitaCotmttf Ai-mto. LEWISTOWN,THURSDAY, April 4.'95. OFFICIALPAPER OF FERGUS COUNTY. PUBLISHEDweekly by JOHNM. YROOMAN, ^ Editor and Proprietor. Thewhite metal is increasing in^value. The last quotations are bar^silver 05^. AnHgreement has been reached in^the famous Davis will case and there^will be no further litigation. The heirs^of John A. Davie get the largest slice^of the estate. Aheavy snow storm in Colorado and^ninety degrees in the shade at Wichita,^Kin., shows a variety of weather quite^ditlerent from the gentle and soothing^zephyrs we are having in Montana. TheGreat Falls Tribune is laboring^under the impression that the late leg^islaiure passed a usury law, and goes^on to state its provisions. No such law-^was passed. It was killed ii the senate. Inthe city election held in Helena^last Monday, Dr. Steele, Democrat, was^elected mayor by a pluralily of 1SS.^The Democrats and Populists elect^one alderman each while the Kepubli^cans elect the city treasurer and live^alderm...

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 April 1895

ilit- third Sunday uf CHURCHDIRECTORY MMMUCHI Rl H.^(MNM -RtguLr M^rTic^^ are hel.l everjj Burnt./of ta5 .iiontl. MSA ^ b^1 Hun- db}evt-mng at ' Philbhiiak-Service*^^at'h muntb at II a. in. ITICA^Service* mi llie third Sunday of each^iiimih at p. ni. ( BMRMTAMM 1 a^tor. wMMM MM Lewit^^w.^^s^r^ii^. i v. ry Similar morning- at^1 o'clock, and i vt-iiiliK at ':^'^'*. Sunday schoolbe^^fore morning *rvur. Prayer uiwtlng ^^ery^Wednesday fn nihkIMTIW l^u^to^. r*HiLnao..K^ s. ^ wil l and Knurtli ItaMan ^^!^eacb mouth at J n. in.; i bet^ rirst ai.l rUH^Sundays at 11 a. in. and 7 ;*) l^. ni.; Trout ' pis*^^Monday following Kir*! Sunday at 7:.;^ |^. in. 1'aatot'nIwMtMtl I'lilll.rnok. I'antar- T.A. liAKVIN. TbeABOUS desires correspondence from^all parts of the oonnty. Communications^should reach as as early as Tuesday to in^^sure their appearance the same week. LOCALHAPPENINGS. .Schoolelection next Sriturduy. Freslitjariien seeils at Kicliards'.^Timotliy seed at Hobensack Jk .Sloan. D.M. Ferry'*...

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 April 1895

THENEW MAN. Whenthe New Woman Succeeds, Will She^Be Contented an.I Happy 80far tho new man does not ap^^pear to have come. He is foreshad^^owed, outlined, indicated in resolu^^tions passed at conferences of ad^^vanced ladies, and his silhouette flits^through the pages of an occasional^magazine article emanating from^the new school, but he is not yet^here in the flesh. He remains an^Ideal, an abstraction. Let us consider^him for a moment quite seriously.^There is no doubt but that the rela^^tive positions of the sexes in ^hese^historical times have changed a good^deal. That is too big a question to go^into here, but if any one doubts the^fact let him consider broadly how^far tho eastern and tho western civ^^ilizations have drifted apart in their^views of marriage. Butdo the ladies who are clamor^^ing for the new man realize all that^their act implies^ I can hardly think^so, because the renewal of tho Brit^Lsh constitution would be a flea bite^to what they iiroposo, as a little re^^fl...

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. — 11 April 1895

iiistoric.ilSociety .Hiti hi i'Til i (MM* ii- t.lit ^* 4 ^M^I ii.1 I. i ^,! i vrol.XII. No. LLWITOWK, FJCBOUS COUNTY, MONT., THURSDAY, APRIL 11, 1895. Price10 Cts. REPUBLICANIN POLITICS, AND DEVOTED TO THE MINERAL, AGRICULTURAL, STOCK AND WOOL INTERESTS OF THE GREAT JUDITH COUNTRY ^^i-tiiteCcmnty (Arfltte MUM* ekki.v by JOHNM VROOMAN, Editor and Proprietor. fcnteredst Le/mstown P O Msecond class matter TEKMSOF SUBSCRIPTION:^(If paid in advance.) Ouryear_ 92.50 Sixmonth*~wm MB Tnre- monthsm^ ^- AFTKKTHIRTY DAYS: i year^13.00 -lamonths-m^ i*-^0 Ti.re..moultm l.oO BANK -OK ADVERTISINGRATES FURNISHED ON^APPLICATION. OFFICIALROSTER. stairUlrrclorv. Governor^^John K. Ri. kards LieutenantGovernor ^Ale*. ^'. Botkin Membersf Oeeajieei^ .^'ha^. S. Ilartman Secretaryof Stale_...Loui.. Rotwitt Treasurer_W. W. Wnght AuditorA. B. Cook AttornerGenoralHenri J. llaikell ChiefJuMire Sunrenie i .liirt W. Y. lViuher on ...i Win. II. Hunt.^AfliwM'iate MlMI Supreme t .dirt j w_ ,, |^eWitl ClerkSupreme Co...

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. — 11 April 1895

a $tVQii (Cottntu ^r0tt^. LEWISTOWN,THURSDAY, Aprilll. '95. OrriClALPAPER OF FERGUS COUNTY. PUBLISHEDWEEKLY BY JOHNM. VROOMAN, ^ Editor and Proprietor. Thetalk of again ruDning Grover^Cleveland for president must be con^^fined to Wall street. He couldn't^carry a state in tbe Union, not even^Texas. There19 something rotten in the con^^stitution and laws of a state if a^woman who is a taxpayer has not as^much voice in a school election as a^^rounder. TheRepublicans carried away about^everything in sight at the recent spring^elections throughout the country. It:^Chicago, Swift, Republican, was elected^mayor by over 4'^,000 majority. Atan election held at Florence,^Oregon, last week, an entire city coun^cil, recorder and marshal of the fair^sex were elected. No married man of^that town will be out later than ten^o'clock for a year to come. Mr.Gladstone, in a recent address^said, ^The ladies are now taking much^to public speech, and if they persevere^and keep steadily to it they will hea...

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. — 11 April 1895

CHURCHDIRECTORY ^KeBVTKHlaNCHI HI II.^l.KWISTOWN.i-r nerricea are Ml Kuniayoiornilig ami erening except the third^bund*/ of ea^ Ii .nonth. KabSath mtaool everj Bun- (1w at Kill j. in- OhrintianKodemror lists meet^ e^ery Thurs-^^!.., evening at 7-30. Phii-bkook^*rvice^ on the third Sunday of^tmh montb at 11 a. in. I'eiaaeterriten on the third Sunday of each^mwnth at :^ t^. iu. n (jgo.Edwards Paalor. .METHODISTcrirch. I.kwistowsSerrice every Sundaj morning at^1 o'clock, and evening at T::aj. Sunday Hchoolbe.-^fore iiiortiing aarraas. l'rayer meeting every^Wednesday evening.Jokl Vioi ^. Pastor. PHll.HBOok^ Second and Fourth Sundays of^each month at 2 p. la.; L'bet^Firat and Third^riundays at 11 a. in. aud 7 SO p. iu.; Trout Creek^^Monday lollowing First Sunday at t:.^^ p. m. Paatwr'sresidence. Pliilhrook. T.A. uakvim, Paalor. LOCALHAPPENINGS. Timothyseed at Hohensack A Sloan. The(ireat Kails A LwlWMI stage^office in at Fettles drun store. l.onnaaiul Klinoria cigars at. the^Monogram, op...

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. — 11 April 1895

OCEANNEWSPAPERS. fbe;Wert Common In the Day* of CUp-^pen, and One 1. still Published. Yearaapo, before the big ocean^liners made a trip from this country^to Europe a matter of only a fevr^days, and the one -way to get to Eu^^rope was by clipper ship, and the^Toyage occupied from four to six^weeks, it was the custom to publish^a weekly newnpaper on board tho^larger ships for tho edification of the^passengers. The captain and officers^would store up news items before^leaving port, and these, enlarged and^greatly embellished, would be made^the leading features of the weekly^issue. Informationfrom the captain's^cabin as to weather prospects and^other interesting scraps of news of^the ship, together with whatever^contributions the passengers cared to^make, would help fill up the paper^and make it an exceedingly attract^^ive sheet for the people a thousand^miles from land. The midocean^newspaper was always a curious^looking affair, and copies of all the^issues were eagerly sought by colle...

Publication Title: Fergus County Argus
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Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fergus County argus. — 18 April 1895

I.xii. No. :^s LEWISTOWN,FERGUS COUNTY, MONT., THURSDAY, APRIL 18, 1895. Price10 Cts. REPUBLICANIN POLITICS, AND DEVOTED TO THE MINERAL, AGRICULTURAL, STOCK AND WOOL INTERESTS OF THE GREAT JUDITH COUNTRY. IIIILIWIMHlfflT Itv JOJ M. fMOMAH. E.lito: and Proprietor. BANK ThomasF. Oakes,Henry C. Payne, HenryC. Rouse, Receivers. POassecond..las* matter | OF N OR T H E R N PACIFICR. R. IS THEO.NLV ,, KM- ^ ^F SUBSCRIPTION: [It|^ai^l in advance.)^rMfMf-~ 12.80 '^ '^^ (lncorporatei! umlrrthe laws of Montana.) LIKE 1 - ^^^^^^ I In Mi ( rBiBTYlay-LEWISTOWN, MONT ......-WOO I ,\ illlh 2.00 iuut w ^ ^1.60 PowerMercantile Company ORIGINATORS RunningThrough Cars 11 9.8. HOBSOX,^T. C. POWaOL . KG RATES FURNISHED ON , VMI,S ^. MoK, . APPiiCATION.K. E. WKIUHT. f'rt-'iiirient.Vice-President. -QmUv. Asst (ashier. I.fi ll I \l. ItONI'KU.^^^a^e OlleilorV- II...i.l of Hi, pc lora: ST.PAUL^MINNEAPOLIS^DULUTH^FARGO GRANDFORKSand WINNIPEG T.C. Puwar,L. H. Harsh told. .... ...John K. Ki.kurdu lena U i nraoi-...

Publication Title: Fergus County Argus
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Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fergus County argus. — 18 April 1895

jfergu*County iXrmte. UK* I8T'^ I N,THURSDAY. April 18. -95. ^fICAL PAPER OF FEKOHS COUNTY rUBLIDUEDweekly by i./ROOMAN, * Editor and Proprietor. Phisidniinistrittioii finds consider-^^ihVulty in raising revenue, but^i^ p irin-uUr she-ol every day i.k. ih Ill.^^^ ^ k .I. vt-nlh Kin. n J ^-iiCHnipment^A. R. ms held in Kutte last^ml ,.r.ived to be a very uiterest-^i will attended meeting. Our^..-l van not represented. Thebusiness man, the salaried official^and all just within the limit of $4,000,^must pony up, though the least able to^tand the tax. This seems to be the^diminution of imbecility. Able law^^yers said the law was unconstitutional^when it was enacted. Even David b.^Hill knew that much. Justices Field,^ray, Shiras and Brewer are against^the law as a whole, and there is little^doubt but such would be the majority^lecision on a test case, which will^undoubtedly be brought. Ifnot knocked out by the supreme^court the law will probably be repealed^it the next session of congress...

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. — 18 April 1895

CHURCHDIRECTORY ^KsBYTKKIANtMMt Urann-n*-*^.i*r ^erT)c*^ are held '*^y Kimlay morniui! mud erening except the third^6und./ of . m Ii .nontli. f^ali'mth school every hun- du at :i:Oil j. m. I'brimlar.Kn4. avr s^, i. t.r imeu e^try i lmr^^U*j evening at 7-:^^. Hpuhiiok^Service* on the third Sunday of^each month at 11 a. in. I'ticaService- on the third Sunday of each^month al I |^ m- ;ko.Ki.makiw I'axtor MKTHOPI*Tcni'KI k. I.K\l^ri.ws -crvict-every r-unday morning at^1 oVli^. krv. iuiil; ;tt 7:Mtud.iy hool for- BMtBlwa] MTvis*. l'rayer meeting every^\\edne*da\ evi-ning..1.^m. Yiui Pallor. nWNM^ 9amtm4 and Fourth Sundays of^each month at J |. in.; I'het^ Find and Third^Sunday* at 11 a. in. and ~ -i^ p. m.; Trout Creek^^Monday following Kir-l holiday at T:^^ I', m. ia^to re-idem e. i'hilhruok. T.A. itAKVlN. l'aatar. TheAROUS desires correspondence from^all parts of the county Communications^should reach us as eirly as Tuesday to in^^sure their appearance the same week. LOCALHAPPENINGS Tn...

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. — 18 April 1895

DIEGOALVARES CORREA. RemarkableUrwr or the Les;(-iidary^Hero In Brazil. DiegoAl varea Correa was a legend^^ary hero in Brazil. The ship he^commanded was wrecked in Bahia^bay, then unknown. It was in 1510.^All the survivors but he were mas^^sacred, the Indians sparing Diego be^^cause he showed such ingenuity in^recovering articles from the wreck,^as we are told. Among other things^he got a musket, and the astounded^natives called him Cacamaru, which^by interpretation means ^Man of^Fire.^ He led the tribe against its^enemies, conquered them all and^married Paraguaasa, daughter of the^dead chief. Presently a Norman ship^arrived. The French were active on^the coast of Brazil at that time and^ought to have taken the country, but^their ill luck in colonial enterprise^was already established. Diego or^Cacamaru loaded the ship with a^valuable cargo and embarked with^his wife upon it for Lisbon via^Dieppe. On arrival at that port,^however, the French would not let^their passengers go farther...

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. — 25 April 1895

Soci, ety Vol.XII. No. 39 LEW1STOWN,FERGUS COUNTY, MONT., THURSDAY, APRIL 25, 1895. Price10 Ct^. REPUBLICANIN POLITICS, AND DEVOTED TO THE MINERAL, AGRICULTURAL, STOCK AND WOOL INTERESTS OF THE GREAT JUDITH COUNTRY, 9*0M*m0* ..nutty Ax*iut* rl'Bl.Isllkit IIHfcl bY^JOHN M VROOMAN. Editor and Proprietor. tnteredat Le*visto*n P O as second class matter^TERMS of SIBSORII'TION: (Ifpaid in advance.) Oneyear^~ $2.50 SiI month!*^-.-- I*!irrrmonths^~ AmTHIRTY DAYS: BANK -OF- iO l.uo ..iS.Uil ^in- year^^^*^-^ -ianiunthB^^ 2.W Tre.' montbii^^ I-*** ADVERTISINGRATES FURNISHED ON^APPLICATION. OKKit I A I. KOHTER. MateUlrectorv. __t.,bn K. Kic kards ....Alex C, li..tkm^Cfena. IS. Hurtniaii HImnl* Koiwiti K. \V. Wi iglit a.K. Cook (lncorporat**.undertho Iaws of Montana.) lewistown,mont. ThomasF. Oakes,Henry C. Payne, HenryC. Rouse, Receivers. N IOR T H E R N S.S. HOBSON,^T. C POWER, ^^JAMKS H. MOK.^k. k. mtiOHT. President.Vice- President.^- Cashier.^Ass t Crtshier. PA C I F IC R. R. IS THEONLY^LIN...

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. — 25 April 1895

evttu^^mmty Av.iu*. LEWISTOWN,THURSDAY.April 25, '^5. OFFICIALPAPER OF FERGUS COUNTY puhi.ishkdram by^JOHN M. VROOIAN, ^ Editor and Proprietor. Thenew city directory for UN puts^Helena's population at _'^^^,V4!i. Thfltreaty of peace between China^and .lapan wad aignrd on the 17th in^t Ferguscounty never experienced^finer April weather than for the past month. Thel^ane hall MMM has opened^again ami a surfr-rinK public will have^lO take its medicine until Octoher first 'Hielatest reports of the rondition of^Judge KuowW's is to the effect that he^is making good progress toward re^^cover y. TheS' hool hoard now has a tine op^portunity of displaying patriotism.^They should all resign and thereby^solve the vexed question of who con^sutnt.es the legally ijuahtied hoard. Itis now estimated that the revenue^derived from the income tax will he^ahout SUjSOOjMO, collected at a cost^of SUVi.ooo. But for the supreme^court 's decision the total amount would^have reached $.^^O,O0o,000. Havinglittle...

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. — 25 April 1895

ererythird itiun- CHURCHDIRECTORY. 'EbBYTKKIANCHimt'H. i.cwistownRegular ^^rYlcea are held^Hun lav morning aud evening e^c^pt the^Bund*/ ni . h. I, .uonth. Kabbathm nool every^d ^/ at Ml J^ m. _ ChristianEndeavor So. iety meeli every Thur^ ^^da, evening at 7 30. Punbrook^^errice!^ ^n the third Sunday^^ach mouth at ii a. m. ii ic a^HenUe* on the third Sunday of eai h^month at I p. m. (;ko.Kdwariw Fa^tor MKTHOD1HTCHVW'H. LkwistowxService every Sunday morning at^1 o'clock, and evening at 7::^U. Sunday Schoolbe-^'ore morning SSSTisa, Prayer meeting overy^Wednesday evening.Juki. VlGt ^. Putoi PHii.HSjtKik^ Second and Fourth Sundays of^^ach month at - p. u.; Ubet^Firat and Third^Sunda/a at 11 a. m. and ^-JU p. in.; Trout Tree* ^^Monday following First Sunday at 7:30 p. ni. Pastor'sresidence. Philbrook. T.A. (liKMM. Paitar LOCALHAPPENINGS. Mrs Timothyseed nt Hobennark t Sloan \V.W. DeWitt returneil Ironi Helena^last Friday. Thestajie lines are doing a i^ood^i.iiniirs^ these dayts. MissMatj...

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. — 25 April 1895

DURATIONOF SLEEP. rljto Bed ami Early to Klw^ la Be^^coming a Discredited Adage. Tbonotion that certain fixed peri^^ods of sleep and waking life are rec^^ommended to the human race by^considerations of physical and moral^wull being is evidently one of the^most difficult to eradicate from the^mi in I of man. Thereueems to be no doubt that^the venerable jingle which promises^health, wealth and wisdom to those^who observe the maxim, ^Early to^bed and early to rise^ is proof^against all the ridicule which has^be^-n heajted upon it. An offensive^Belt righteousness is still, as ever,^the mark of the man who lias risen^early, and there are clearly many^people yet to be found among us who^connect late hours with dissipated,^or at any rate irregular, Intuitu. Thefact that a very considerable^quantity at the work of the modern^World is done between lO o'clock ami^the small hours is doubtless not un^^known even to the most bigoted be^^lievers in the old adage, but they^probably regard such uns...

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. — 2 May 1895

gi*n'fcHSoci ety Vol.XII. No. 40 LEWITOWX, FERGUS COUNTY, MONT., THURSDAY, MAY 2, 1895. Price10 Cts. REPUBLICANIN POLITICS, AND DEVOTED TO THE MINERAL, AGRICULTURAL, STOCK AND WOOL INTERESTS OF THE GREAT JUDITH COUNTRY. gmP0Km(Cotmtii ^.v^no HBl.ISHK.l'WKKKI.Y BY JOHNY. VKOOMAN. Editor and Proprietor. tnteredat Le^ntown P O as second class m att.r TERMSOF SUBSCRIFlTOX: (Ifpaid in advance.) Oneyear~.-- f-i.50 Sixmonth*^ W rtir*e inofitha...^^^^ 1.0* AKTKKTHIRTY DAYS: Cmyear^^^-M *ia it hs^^ BANK -OF- Thrf montli* l.fiO ADVERTISINGRATES FURNISHED ON^APPLICATION. OrKH IAI. ROnTKK. MalrUirritorv. liovernnr-^~~John E. Kirkards UaaiUauualOawiial-Alex. ^'. Ruikin M.miik t ,,i Oaatjasae._. ..Cha-i. s. Hartman Secretaryof state^Louia Kutwitt Iiumm_WW:!*1',1 Auditor-.A- *. Oaajj Altorn.-vlieneralHenri .1. Haskell ChiefJustice Supreme Court w. 1. Peinlier on _., _. I Win. II- Hunt. AssociatetaMMM^ ^iirt J w H p^witi (lerk llltiatl Court^Beiij. WakaSM Mil rini. n.leii Hul.lic Instruction ..Euge...

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. — 2 May 1895

LEWISTOWN,THURSDAY. Ma; 2. '^5. OFFICIALPAPER OP FER0U8 COUNTY n^i i^bh. MU by JOHNM. V ROOM AN, ^ Editor and Proprietor, UntilCleveland is said to l^e riding a^bicycle while her )^ig father it* riding^on the crested wave of popular dis^^approval. Ex-l'nitedStates Senator .lames F.^Wilson died at his home in Fairfield,^Iowa, on April '_^-_'nd, after many years ofhonorahle puhlic service. Itwas rumored last week that^Henry Yillard had again secured con^^trol of the Northern Pacific hut it^proved to he an early spring canard. Holdingsilver conventions in the^niouutain states seems like ^carrying^coal to Newcastle.^ The place to agi^tate and make converts to silver is^down in the gold hug centers of the^east. NewYork Press: When John Bull^was protecting his own woolen in arm-^lacturers be was in aa dead earnest as^he uow is when denouncing ours. He^required the Lord Chancellor to ait^on a woolsack lest he might forget^that the Kingdom rested on wool.^The hasis of all law was wool, to 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. — 2 May 1895

CHURCHDIRECTORY. MRMHchiics.^I.EWistowk ^ Kefular MrTlcaa are held rtiuilaymurnine slid .^renins; except the third^Kiiud./ of rat h .uonth. H^l^t^^th MM erery 8un- d./at IsM p. m. uristlau MMH MmMP meets erery Thurs^^day evening at 7-;t^j. fHlLHHooRiervices on the third Sunday of^eat h month at 11 a. m. Tticafciervire^. mi the third Sunday of each^month at ft. ni. i.m. Kiiwaki*. l'astor MKTHOD1KTchikch. LkwistownService every Sunday morning at^1 o'lluck. ami evening at 7 M. Sunday Schoolbe^fore nioruing service. Prayer meeting; avery^Wednesday evening.Joei. Viet .t. Pantos nili hbo. ik ^ Second ami Kourth Sundays of^eai h month at 'J. p. m.; I'bet^ First and Third^r-unday* at 11 a. in. and 1M p. m.; Trout Creek-^Monday following Kirst Sunday at ':.*^ i^. ni. I'astor'sresidence. Philnrook. T.A. (liKMH. Pastar LOCALHAPPENINGS. Timothyseed at Hobensack ^fc Sloan. Itis not too late yet to set out trees.^J^nn't neglect this matter. TheQmt Falls ^ Kewistown stage^otlice is ;it Little's il...

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. — 2 May 1895

THEORIGIN OF MAIZE. ACurious Iodlmn Lcfud Describing Hew^Cora Waa First Produced. TheOttawa Indian legend of the^origin of niaize (Indian oorn) U as^curious as it is interesting: Whenthe Ottawas were driven^from the beautiful Manitoulin is^^lands by the warlike Iroquois, their^magician, Mass-wa-we-in-ini, re^^mained behind. One day, when the^old man was crossing a wide plain^and audibly bewailing the fate of^his people, he was accosted by a^queer looking little man with a red^feather woven in his hair. Whereareyou going^^ asked the^dwarf cheerily, but the grim old^medicine man made no reply. ^If^the place is not far distant,^ contin^^ued the little man, ^stop by the way^and let us smoke.^ As they puffed^away at their pipes, the dwarf be^^came very inquisitive, finally saying,^^Wherein, Mass wa-we-in ini, lies^the secret of your great power^^^'^My strength, like that of my tribe,^^sorrowfully answered the magician,^^is no more. Wemust wrestle,^ instantly cried^the fiery little dwarf,...

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