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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fergus County argus. — 13 June 1895

HwtoricaJSoci^ty Counts 4cx*iw^^ 8 omttit A vritt o l'l'BLI**Hk l^ W KKK I.Y HY JOHNM. VROOMAN, Editor and Proprietor. tnteredat Le^vnto^n PO as second c lass rr attar TERMSOF SUBSCRIPTION: (Ifpaid in advance.) Oneyear-....... 12.50 i%month*^^.^LH j TtirwMMHImmb~ 1-00 AimTHIRTY DAYS: .icyear^$3.00 fix month* 2.00 Treo month*... I*M ADVERTISINGRATES FURNISHED ON^APPLICATION. BANK OF (incorporatedunder t ho taws of Montana.) LEWISTOWN,MONT. S.S. HOBSOX, T.C. POWKB, - .1AUKS II. HOB, r.k. mtraHT. PresidentVice-President.^Cashier.^Ass t I'asliier. ^I I li I XI RIIMKK. staleDlirilorv. (i.ivernor_I.^hn K. ltirkapK { UaakMstfltnnifMMMAlex.*^, lfc.tkiii ' MiiiiIk i i^i IJMkffMa_....i'iia^. s. ^wtana | .-^.n-lary of Slale..Ml*MMi Kntwitl 1 TmMMK. W. Wuclil Au.lin.rA. B. r.^..k : AtlurueyIGeneralHenri J. H^^a*l i CliirlJ Mat lea mmsmmi OmmQ W. Y. IVuilier Ml ,',. _ I Win. ii. Hunt . 1 An.iM-iule -I-.t i.supreme i ..urt { \\ . || . |**Witl ili rk Sii|.n nio Cuiirt_Heuj. VTabatal ru|MTiiil*-ii....

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 June 1895

Ifevtme^otmtu Ariitte. I.EWISTOWN.THURSDAY, June 13, nr.. OFFICIALPAPER OF FEBOUS COUNTY iMiBi.iMUKiimm by^JOHN M VROOMAN, ^ Editor and Proprietor. RichardOlney has been appointed^Secretary of State to Hiioreeil Orestiam^and Jutlnon Harmon of Ohio to take^Olney'a place. Who in Harmon Ex-CongreaMmauBryan of Nebraska^in liia address at the recent lllinoin^Democratic convention, said: ^The^Republican party are follower* of the^doctrines of Hamilton. They believe^in the doctrine that it is the husinees^of the government to help enrich the^people, and let those few rich people^throw a few bone* to the poor.^ l'er^contra it appears to be the special^mission of the Democratic party to im^^poverish all the people and bankrupt^the I'uited States treasury besides.^Bryan is a bloviating demagogue out^of a job. Possiblythere is some merit in the^certiorari proceedings instituted in the^^chool case, but some of the points are^so technical and immaterial that they^are hard for anyone except ^lear...

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 June 1895

CHURCHDIRECTORY. MIMU^:hi r^ h. Lewistown- *r iwrTlcea ^rv held every Kullt.ytMratafl ami KNlM eJtc^-|'l thi' tliir.t^tun.!./ oi i .tionlli. 8^l.l^^th^^ hoole^^fJ Hun-^U iy at :::t^i ,^. iu. I'hriMLuKnd. ^v.^r s.h ii-ty mceU tri'ry lliurs-^Uuj evt-niliK at 7-:to. i'HliHKcoK^Hervictn on the third Sunday ol^eai h month al II a. in. I'ticaSetvirr!- on the third Sunday of each^i.i r. at I ; 111. Who.Ki^waki^* rastor Mlthodi*t i hi kch. LlfMMTI^.^m-rvii.*'every Sunday morning at^1 o'rlot k, and evening at T::^iu. Sunday MM t^e- i.r- rniiiK mtviix*. I'rayer niwtlnt; ^very Wediiesdayevening.Juki. Vioi panto*. fnjilnmm ^i i i ii I and Fourth Sundays of^m ti iiMinttt at J l'. in.; L'bet^ Kir^t and 'llnM^sunda)* al 11 a. m. and 7-au p. m.; Trout fit ilt--^Monday lollowiug Kir*t Sunday at 7::;o p. in.^Pastor** reitidenee* I'hilbrook. T.A. liABVIN. i'aator LOCALHAPPENINGS. Hbeep-MMwriagctvwa uv tit work. Walltents at Hobensat k A Sloan's. Yoncan BBt the pure paris green at^Hobensatk A- Sloan'.-...

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 June 1895

COMMISSIONERS'PROCEEDIKOS ll'ontinuctiIrom First Page.]^pi Hsent. Intlie matter of the petition of .Ino.^Ki.miL-, W.T. .-^^^)[)^ et al. for tin- aj^-^uointment of viewerw to locate a^county road arrows Warm Spring^creek in the vicinity of 0 P. Colver'a,^ami tlie remonstrance thereto; the^hoanl, after hearing the statements of^parlies interested therein, ordered^that viewer* be appointed to locate^said road on the 1st day of July, 18!^.^i,^as follows: Oeo. M. Stafford, .lacob^Nave ami D, t'. White. Inthe matter of the petition of .Ino.^A. Graham, (ieo. Kra/ier et al. for tlie^appoint mcnt ol viewers to locate a^lonnty road from the Pierce ranch on^Wolt creek to Surprise creek and^t hence in a N W direction to intersect^the county line on the road to tirnf-^ton, and the remonstrance thereto of^I. W. Snow et al; the hoard ordered^that viewers he ap|^ointed to locate^said road on the 1 !*day of July, 1 K!^.^^,^as follows: tJeo. M. Stafford, J. A. Yi-^all and C A. Vanllouten. Mr.M. A. Ad...

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 June 1895

Hiitoricil3oci^ty Vol.XII. No. 47. lewistown,fergus county, mont., thursday, june 20, 1895. Price10 Cts. REPUBLICANIN POLITICS, AND DEVOTED TO THE MINERAL, AGRICULTURAL, STOCK AND WOOL INTERESTS OF THE GREAT JUDITH COUNTRY. gttu* Somttg ^v$n* IMMntlMUlh v^JOHN M. VROOM AN Editor and Proprietor. I tnteredat LeAistown POa*seeondctassrnatt^r I IF.K.MS OF BUBBGBirnOK: (Ifpaid tn advance.! Oneyear f'J.SO WlMmonth*mmmm l.SOj ri.ft-ciiiontlm^ IjH BANK OF mithiktt DAYS: 'ti.-year$:!.^0 'ixmonths^~~~..^ 2.00 ii.-. moiith^..^..............i..v ADVERTISINGRATES FURNISHED ON^APPLICATION. okh i vi. MRn, lnr or|^orat^-tl uinl^r t hf^ laws of Montana.) LEWISTOWN,MONT. S.S. HOBSOK, t.^'. rowaa,^r. b. wbmh r, AISTINW. H'AKi: PresidentVi^-.*- ivmUmA^OmUst. Asht ^ ':ishier. QMMMTmmUaaavaaal i MfiiiImt of i s*H-n-niryof .-tat Trwii'mr Au.litur Attoint'V^ oiifral... Malrl^irr^ lory. __Mm k. Mekara* MnM- *Alfx. C, Kolkin ngr,.^M....1^faxi. S. Ilarttu-ti. Laotfl K,^l win K. \V. Wiigln A. B. ('.Kit II.tin ...

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 June 1895

sfecflito(Comttu Jlriitte. LEWISTOWN.THURSDAY, June tf^, '^.^.^ OFFICIALPAPER OF FEROUS COUNTY pijbi.IHHK11wk.kki.y by JOHNM. VROOMAN, ^ Editor and Proprietor. Mrs.Catt is proposed as president of^the National Woman .Suffrage associa^^tion. If she is elected it is thought it^will be l.j a scratch. ADenver clergyman says there arc^10,000 men going to hell on bicycles.^This dominie evidently has a ^wheel^^also, hut it i vii his head. Sweettit-ass county has paid over to^Parle county the huiu of $4L',774.'j^^1 this^amount being that portion of Park^county's debt assumed by the new^county. a Wheathas taken a slump in the Chi^^cago market. This is ssid to be owing^to brighter prospects for a crop in the^great wheat belts of the Missouri and^Mississippi river valleys. Itwould be unfortunate if the silver^party should be compelled to take u|^1 ^iin Cameron as a presidential candi^^date. No Cameron will ever be presi^^dent of the I'aited States. Theconventionat Mem phis last week^to promote...

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 June 1895

churchdirectory ^l^!^8YTIKIiNCHl'Rl'H.^LEWISTOWN ^ Kegul.r mrrriirt .re h^M evt-ry tunlayoiurnirg ^n.t ewning except tin- iliir.t^Bun.U/ of m Ii .noiith. MMWMltMMMII .-'in^lit/ :tt :^.:(^' /^ m. _,^I'briatlsn Knd.-.ror Six id.v meets every 1 liur^- ikjy ^T^iili^t; at T an. I'muhhihikSer\ieen on the third Similar of^MwL ruonlh at 11 a. lu. VtivaHeFviies on the thir.l Sunday of earh^uawnt h at 1 |i. ui. liEO.KllWAKI* l^tor. MF.THOtlIT CHITMCH. LewistownService every Sun.lay morning al^1 o'clock, and evening at 7:410. Sunday School l*e^'on* morning nervite. I'rayer n.. . M.u .tery^H e.lneMlay i vi ning.MgLVim i'n^tor. IMMN^ Second and Fourth ^ .hli^-^eaih month at - p. M.; L'tiet^ Kir.t and Tkiri^Sundays at 11 a. in. and 7 ;:^ p. m.; Trout ^ 'n ,-lt- -^Monday following Firat Sunday al 7:.;n in. l'tulur'src^ideiice. I'hilhrook. t.a. liAKVIN, I'aator. LOCALHAPPENINGS. Kwpyour buttnlo coat iidiidy (irnndball at Culver's ball, Tburs-^day evening!, July 4tb. Tin;second planting of corn is l...

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 June 1895

LOSSTO US. KUIN TO THEM And We Would Oet Altogether the Best ofit. FrederickK. Courier!, legal repre^^sentative in this country of the^government of France, keeps a sharp^eye on financial conditions of this^country anil Europe. He says: ^If^the nations of the worlri could acree^upon a uniform standard there is no^douht in my mind it would he the^great eat boon the world of finance^hss ever received. It strikes me a^ratio l.V, to one, 111 to one, or 20 to^one, would he immaterial, so long as^the rat io was uniform. It may come^to this, however, that the United^States will start out alone in a declar^^ation lor himetallism. Kuropean^writers 01 finance are becoming im^^pressed with the ffkCt that unless^European nations soon reach an^agreement on the (piestion of adopt^^ing a unitorm riouhle standard they^will have to face the certainty that^the I'niteil States will do business on^a silver hasis. Thespirit which is abroad through^^out the west and south is such it^cannot be ignored, an...

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 June 1895

#ito..c.l80.141/ ftvgn*^Movtnkj} -Ai-i-mo ITKI.I.HKli WEEKLY BY JOHNM VROOMAN. Editor and Proprietor.^-^ tnteredit Le^nto^n PO assecond class matt^r TKRMSOF SUBSCRIPTION: (If|^:ii^l iit Hilvancf.) (V;ni_. ti.SU month*^-^ LH Dirwmouth*...^ l.'Ki AFTKKTHIRTY 1JAYH:^^ M year_M -ixhhMm~^ 2.W Tree month* LH ADVERTISINGRATES FURNISHED ON^APPLICATION. OKIII I VI. KONTKK. BANK -OF (Ini^^rf^^r;il^-l uinler t hf laws of Montana.) LEWISTOWN,MONT. ThomasF. Oakes,Henry C. Payne, HenryC. Rouse, Receivers. N ORTHERW PA C I F IC R. R. S.S. HOBOOH, t.a iwn, -^r. k. itbioht, - austinW. WAUL PresidentVice- Cresiilent.^Cashier.^Ass t ^ 'itshier. liuvernnr.*H. ^ Lieutenantt .over nor..^Mcmiierol OMsgMMW, secretaryof .-t:ite VnaHMi*^.m \i lit'.j AttorneyQmmMbI i'liicf Justice Supreme I'ourl MatrUirnlorv. iJohn K. Kii Var.l- ... Alex. I '. I'-.tkin^,1 i.:,-. B. Hartiuau^I^li Koioiti^y. w. Wilkin a. B. ^ .h^k ...HenriJ. II^till^. W. Y. PMBaWAT Ml^\\ in. II. Hunt As-.siateJUNlit-es supreme t..^urt i ^- jj 1...

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 June 1895

evn^i^(Cotmtu ^rn^^. LKWISTOWN.THUE8DAY, J mm II OFFICIAL PAPER OF FERGUS COUNTY pubi.ishi'Ii^i:h:ki.v hv JOHNM. VROOMAN, ^ Editor and Proprietor. Itin now stilted lliftt Gladstone will^return to the lion.se of commons ami^resume the fight for Irish home rule.^There is lots of good leather in the^^'grand old man^ yet. SecretaryDlU Lamont will he in^Montana this week, en route to the^Yellowstone National l'ark. Hi^ is^looking for something more chaotic^than the DewOCtatfcl party, evidently. K.U. Dunn's last weekly review of^trade give-- very encouraging ItJfMft* M^to thi'conditionof trad^- in all hranche^^of kwiMM throughout the country.^The BoalOH wool market is miirked by^hiyher sales. CSeneralI'oxey was very w illing that^his army should live oil the government^but if son-indart Carl Itrnwn imagines^that he can loaf around ami -hove liir-^feet under the old man's dinner tahl^he is mistaken. He must earn the gal^a living. Thenew ( o les w ill he ready for dis. tribotioaJuly lat, wh...

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 June 1895

CHURCHDIRECTORY 'K.-BYTEKI.AN^ hi ki m. UWMMI^ Regular ^^rviicii are ht-j.I every^Huniay morning ami .renin*- .x..i.t J'^' ^^ri1^till j if n * ^ Sail all^d w at MB ,^. in._^ ... EbrixtlanKndi uv.ir s.,. iely meets ever} Ihur: a} errninif at I 'M). IMlbkook service.- on the thir.l Sunday of^t M|i month at 11 a. ni. I'ticaService- on tin- i hi el Sun-lay of carl^ujv-ntkas 1 Bv m. Qbq.Bmtabm raaaav. MKTHOrI*T CIUKCH. LkwihtownKervicecvcry Sunday morning at^1 oYluck. an.l malaj at ism\ H^a^ay school^fun- morning a^fI11 a I'ravcr meeting every^Wednesday evening.JOH Viol -. i^M fmjajal^ Sccon-1 and Fourth Sutilty- of^each month at - |^. in.; l.'het^ Firm! a^d fUn^.-.u. I.., - at 11 a. in. and 7 oU p. m.; Trout creek^Monday following Kir-t -un.tay at 7da1 I'- 111 t'astor'sresidence. I'hilhrook. T.A. l.abvin. I'antor. LOCALHAPPENINGS. Cirandball at Culver's hull, Thurs-^day evening, .Inly 4th. Mrs.Robert Morrison lias a awta*^visiting with her from Wisconsin. The(irent Kails ^ Lewistown sta...

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 June 1895

ALLEGEDNEGLECT OF POE Orl wold's Estimate of the Man Not^Changed by Year*. TboEnglish public never tiros of^praising Edgar A. Poo. He is very^like the pet American author there.^English writers have an increased^profession of admiration for him, be^^cause they seem to regard him as in^a senso their own discovery. The^theory is over there that the Ameri^^can people were incapable of appre^^ciating Poe's genius, because it hi A^attracted loss attention at home than^that of some of his contemporaries.^Wo aro inclined to think that this^foreign recognition of Poo began in^France rather than in England, and^that it came from his prose writings,^which had something of the French^manner of construction, more than^from his poetry, upon which the^English place most stress in their^commendation. It is not true that^Poe was essentially underrated on^either of these [mints by his coun^^trymen. His poetry which is read^and quoted is confined to a very few^pieces, and those received the atten^^ti...

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 July 1895

a'oric^j Society Vol.XII. No. 4!^. LEWISTOWN,FERGUS COUNTY, MONT., THURSDAY, JUL V4 1895. Trier10 Ct8. REPUBLICANIN POLITICS, AND DEVOTED TO THE MINERAL, AGRICULTURAL, STOCK AND WOOL INTERESTS OF THE GREAT JUDITH COUNTRY. feviutoU\nmt\t Avjiuo FHUMItfWUM^JOHN M VROOMAN. Editor and Proprietor BANK OF IKK.MS OF 8UBSCBIPTION: 01nai^l in advance.I^iloe year--I-' w i.xBantta'^ * I Ho.ori-.r.iU.l.i.i.leilh.. I^^ ^,f Montana ) fcnterejat l.e^i^to*n POi!'.^-coni)tlji.,maU^t j (^- I it- ^^ i..'il.I I.- ... aii n miKTT um i'***year _t;',.(^l -i wmmmMl i^ ii .^ .....hi i.t.^,1*, ADVERTISINGRATES FURNISHED ON^APPLICATION. LEWISTOWN,MONT. 8.S. HOMUH, t.^ mm, K.K WKKill T,^AUSTIN W U AIM: Vm.' PVaaMant,^- OmWv, Asmt I 'aNhier. fillI \l, KIIM'KK. Mali-HmlNfi liovernorInlin h. Ki,k:u^l UaaSaaaallltWMiAlex, c. nihil \l hiImt ^it I '.Mi^re** .... i-wrelary^f 'Mule Ami,lor am..in.-.Ilaaaaaj Cluel-lull in' supreme' 'ourl |MMJaal lass Sii|,r,-iue 1 Ilerk Sii|^rciae I '^mrl ii|^-iinc. ii.i.-ii i-uUic ImM...

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 July 1895

|f*V(iuaffiottntii grotto. l.KWISTOWN.rHURSKAY, .luly ^^. **,^OFFICIAL PAPER OF FERGUS COUHTY. MUMHwkkki.y by JOHNM. VROOMAN, ^ Editor aud Proprietor. Oneof our exchanges aptly says : ^It^if something of a paradox, that although^the law protecting fish expires Monday,^a law for the protection of suckers goes^into effect the same day. Aman was nearly killed by electric^ity at Rochester, New York, last week.^It is only necessary to add that he was^not condemned to death for the com^^mission of a capital offense. Talkabout the Democracy being the^friend of silver. Kven a man of Sena^tor Blackburn's prominence was barreil^from the committee which drafted res^^olutions for Kentucky Democrats. Thmember* of the Montana 1'res.-^associntion in attendance at the recent^meeting in Billings, had the pleasure of^shaking hands with Secretary of War^Lamont. None of them, so far as we^can learn, sent their love to his boss. Theyhad harmony at Cleveland, but^it was brewed with a club.^Bo/.eman^Chron...

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 July 1895

OHURCHDIRECTORY. RYTKKIAN^:Hl'K^'H. -KrgularMaVtaM are h*''1 e,h*r^^tiuniay ii...i nili* ^^^^ ^^Jelling excepl l^ Hurl^ound*/ nfen. il .nolilli. S^t.'.^th^-hoiilever) nun^d w at BsM ,i. Hi. . ltuntUii Kiiii.av.ir ielv ^^^^^^ e^erjr Tliur.-^^ evening .' 7-:io. t*IIII^Mi^iK -. rvii;e^ ..ii Hie i liir.l Sunday of^h Matt ai 11 a. ui. LTlHIlfclllm^^11 the thir.l .Sunday of MM^uiwrilh al ^ '^ p. lu. IjKo.RMfAW l'a-.lur.^StTHODHT CHI K^ H.^I.kwist.^w^^Service rv.-rv ^uielajr morning1 at^1 o rlie k. and evening al ', :^^. Minda) M huol !^^^^..r.- iil.tiiiiik -ervi.e. I'rayer _ ineettng every^V\ l4MMNJf evening Juki.Viui nakaa. PnSinaBOK^ Second and I-our 111 Sundays of^^aefcaaatt at - a. m.; i i^-t^Kir^t and TfcM^Sundays at ii a. lu. and 7 :m p. iu.; Trout Crwk- Mla, lolloaing hlr-l -iiuda) at 7:M |.. m. I'astur'nresidence. I'liillirook. i. A. liaMM I'aalnr LOCALHAPPENINOS. fMu)^ the Mn ^if Inly -^CNovmmjm imtal iluy Weii Mai leiiiiiiniile anil aaMW*^Ami ^ inu f urn Inn,in ile ny^^. TheEdit...

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 July 1895

MontanaPress Association. Thetenth session of the Montana^Press Association held in Billings last^week was one oi the most enjoyable^in the history of the organization.^The press gang was royally entertained^hy the citizens of Hilling-. The fol^^lowing officers were electad for the^ensuing year: President, J. K. Mathe-^son; first vice president, J. R. Wid-^myer; second vice president, S. A.^Kohertson; third vice president, M.^\V. Hatch; secretary anil treasurer,^.lnhn McMurray; historian, John I).^HntT; chaplain, ltev.Jeremiah Rounder.^Missoula waschosen as the next place^of meeting. Red Lodge, Boulder and^Stcvensville were also mentioned, but^the Garden City carried off the prize^by i\ large majority. MonthlyReport of School Cahti.kHcitk,. Mont.. J MM Ml, ''.'.^^.^Nuinlier ^^l pupils enrolled, MM,^Average iliiily attefiilaiire, 'I'J.'l.^Seholitrs present every day: h'raiik^ThiiiMprion. Walter Thoni|mon,Curry Hick^MT( aVMal Firthl^nm Cora Rirkiter, M^^Kii-kner. Scholarsnot tardy: Co...

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 July 1895

H'JtoricaJSociety Woman'sEdition. 5,000;.Copies. Woman'sEdition. 5,000Copies. Vol.XII. No. 50. LEWISTOWN,FERGUS COUNTY, MONT., THURSDAY, JULV 11 1895. Price10 Cts. REPUBLICANIN POLITICS, AND DEVOTED TO THE MINERAL, AGRICULTURAL, STOCK AND WOOL INTERESTS OF THE GREAT JUDITH COUNTRY. ITB1.ISHK1IWKEKI.Y BY JOHNM. VROOMAN. Editor and Proprietor. tntered at Le a isto*n POassecondclassmatttr TERMSOF BUBBOUniOVi (Ifpaid in advance.)^Hnf ynr_...^^ I2.50 Hsasalfti-. i.so I'llrii- month-.^ 1.00 AFTKRTHIRTY DAYS: t.ie year13.00 -ixmm/Dm._.2.00 Threemonths 1.^0 F.F. MacGOWAN, Attorneyat Law, Lewistown,Montana. ADVERTISINGRATES FURNISHED ON^APPLICATION. OKMl KOVrKR. slateDirectory. OttVfrn-T...John K. KirkanK l.iuiiUMi.inidoveriiornAlex, ^\ Hot kin MsmImI '! ^ .ii,'i. -~^....^ 'bu. s. UftMM MftMrywM BtataLmIi Kutwitt TMmhw*.^........... V, W. u Auditor. ^A. B. Took AttOTMj^ ^^^!^*^ r.iJHenri 1. lla*kel! liicl j notice Supreme Court W. Y. IVml*^r on m8199mm C mrt J w^H^ijJwm 'U rk RlplMMOMflBenj....

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 July 1895

LEWISTOWN.THCJK8DAT, .Inly It. OFFICIALPAPER OF FERGUS COUNTY PI'Hllr.HK!^ WKKKI.Y HY JOHNH. VROOMAN, ^ Editor and Proprietor, WHomatt'8JEfcition. Editors Mm. John ii. Watt, Mtb. X. M.^KritkMon. Mrs. P. K. Wright. \o^l il. |iiirtment -Mrs. A. \V. W'arr,^Minn ('. 8. Watson. Ail department- Mrs. I). L. Sliuter, Mrs.^FkiMBBlW. Taylor. Mrs. .1. D. Waite. RaWghMHdepartment and cburrh work^^^ K.UanlM, YV. K. Curt. l.rwititoHii,location, scenery, etc.^Mrs.^A W. Warr. Munition^Pratt, H. Moulton, .). M.^I'arr.Mit. III*. .1. Ilolzt iner. miliary anil household department^^Mr*. C. .1. r-owt-ll. Mrs. \V. E. Colt, Mrs.^iMvid Ililtfer, Mm. Ii. M. Staffer.I. Advertising^Mrs. I^. K. Wright. Mrs.Geo.^\\ ii'ili iiian, Mrs. .1. G. Warr. S.-lliimpapata-Mrs. .1. M l'arrent. Mrs.^Rokt. Morrison, Mm. G. M. Stafford, Mrs.^A. W. Warr, Mrs. Cliff Lindsey, Mrs. Geo.^Wirde man. children'sdtpartss^t Mr*, von ToM MiniMrs. ('. I 'headle. iiitnide HHwHtM Mm. A.W. B*)WSr,^Mm, AliceW. Multhy, Stanford: Mrs. L.G.^Dnw...

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 July 1895

CHURCHDIRECTORY. *lHVTIiHI*S CHURCH. I.KWimtowh-Re^ul^r mftIcm ^r* held every^l-unUv murnitif mn.l erentllf e*cfl.t the llnr.l^BuimU/of ewli .nonlli. ^sMsaBaSMM **^^^] .-un li/^i :i:U^ p. in. _ , ^,^Chri^li^n Knd. ^ior feoeiety meets every llmr^- Ja,evening at 7-30. llm.BHOOKService* on the third Sunday of tub otolith. at 11 a. m. UticarteFvi.-es on the third Sunday of each uionthat I p. ui. ueo.imam i'a^tor. -MKTHODISTCHI'Kl'H. I.kwistow.nServiceevery Sunday tnorninic at^1 ii . I-.- k anil evening at T:^lO. Sunday Svhool lie-^ore illuming service. 1'rayer meeting every^MMMJ evening.Joki. Vioi ^. raMa I'ltlLHBdiK^ Second and Fourth Sundays of^each month at J i^. in.; rt^-t^ Kirnt and Ihird^.^lUldaya at 11 a. lu. and p. m.; Trout t'reek^^Monday lulluwiug Kirst .~unday at 7::-) |^. m.^I'aator'h residence. I'hilhrook. T.A. Ciarv* 1n. l'aslor Copiesof this edition will be on sale at the^Lcwisiown drug stores, at the Ubet Hotel,^at the Utica store and poatottice, Utica. and at^the store ...

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 July 1895

CHILDREN'SDEPARTMENT. TIREDMOTHERS Thereis one thing I would like to^say in some manner so that all might^hear, and hearing, heed it; and that^is, ^Help to make the lives of children^happy. Ii.the children's building at the^World's Fair were pictures of many^noted writers for children. I'uder one^of these pictures, I think it was that^of Kate Douglas Wiggin, was this in^^scription : ^I would rather be thechil-^difn's story teller than the daughter^of a king, or theqiieen'sfavorite.^ She^evidently appreciated the best there^in in life. Oh,lo have made a child glad!^^DOM that mean anything to you^^H^V^ you ever seen a child whose face^was fairly radiant with joy ! I saw^ftlitth child who had not seen a gos^^ling before, watch one of these soft,^do way little fowls as it waddled along,^and her lace was fairly illumined with^tin- gladness that tilled herat thissim piesijidt . oftenthe simplest, things of life af-^lordchildroa the greatest happiness;^a kindly smile of recognition, if not...

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