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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ronan pioneer. — 6 April 1917

A. K. RESNER, M. D. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON EYES CORRECTLY FITTED WITH GLASSES Second door west of Owl Drug Store RONAN - - MONTANA MISSION VALLEY CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC Languages, Stage and Fancy Dancing Catalogue mailed on request Address DOROTHEA V. STILLMAN, President Itonan, Montana. COKER F. RATHBONE Attorney-at-Law Practice in all the State Courts and the Land Department. Ronan, Moita10a JOHN P. SWEE Lawyer Practices in all the courts and before the U. S Land Offices. Office first door north of Ronan State Bank. RONAN MONTANA DWIGHT N. MASON Attorney and Counselor at Law General Law Practice in State and Federal Courts and before the Department of the Interior. Office of the County Attorney Phone 479 Missoula, Montana LLOYD I. WALLACE Lawyer Practices in the State and Federal courts and before the U. S. Land Offices. Office first door north of Ronan State Bank. RONAN MONTANA A. SUTHERLAND Attorney at Law Special attention given to collections. Second Done North of Ronan State Ba...

Publication Title: Ronan Pioneer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ronan pioneer. — 6 April 1917

SNO FOR THE AVERAGE FELLOW TO ITS N SAVE MONEY, PROVIDE FOR THI, FiTIAE, AND WIN IND PVND CINCH IENCE THESE "HIGH COST OF LIV ING" DAYS. IT TAKES GRIT, DE TERMINATION, DENIAL AND A STRONG, STEADY PURPOSE. ITS A WHOLE LOT EASIER, THOUGH, WHEN YOU REALIZE HOW MUCH A BANK LIKE OURS I WLIL HELP YOU TO HELP YOUR SELF. WE WILL PAY YOU TO SAVE MONEY, PROVIDING YOU SAVE IT IN OUR BANK. f2 START A GOOD HABIT NOW. RONAN STATE BANK A. J. BROWER, President. LEON BISHOP, Cashier. DE DE DDDEDDEEDEMoEME WANTS, FOR SALE, ETC Chickens wanted at Ronan Market. Cash paid for hides at Ronan Market.-adv. Anyone having fat hogs for sale, see E. E. Durst. 22 I want to si l my six room house, with cellar, cistern, woodshed, etc., and two l]ts: host location, cheap, -Coker F. Rathbone. RANCH WANTED, at once, in the Flathead valley, ranging in size from SO to 200 acres, improved or unim proved. Give with description your lowest cash price and best terms. Address Dox 242. Ronan, Montana. NOTICE TO CUSTOMERS Af...

Publication Title: Ronan Pioneer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ronan pioneer. — 13 April 1917

THE RONAN PIONEER, The Oldest Newspaper on the Flathead Indian Reservation Entered as second-class matter May 12, 1910, at the post r fflce at Ronan. Montana, under the Act of March 3, 1875. VOL. VII. NO. 50. RONAN, MISSOULA COUNTY, MONTANA, APRIL 13, 1917. $2.00 Per Year THREE THOUSAND ACRES FOR WHEAT Bids for leases on farm lands north of Horte, reserved for allotment pur poses, were opened at the Indian agenecy office at Dixon yesterday and are being considered for immediate approval or rejection. Licenses will run for the season of 1917 ouly, and all fences, buildings or improvements may be removed at the end of the license period, October 1, 1917. Practically every acre of these reserved lands is irrigable and this action by the Bureau of Indian Af fairs places 3200 acres of highly fer tile agricultural land under pro duction the current season. Of this acreage there are 2200 acres in town ship 21 N., range 21 W., and 960 acres in township 22 N., range 21 W. These lands have be...

Publication Title: Ronan Pioneer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ronan pioneer. — 13 April 1917

11JIIlýIIIIIlllh Headquarters For Walking Plows, Wheel PlowsII~hllllllllilli The Men of This City know good shoes-they want H style and perfect fit - they Plows, Wheel Plows want comfort and long ser- and Plows For Light Tractors ice. We know they know Call on us for anything you want in the way of farm implements. good shoes because we are fitting them every day. The Iowa Cream Separator Luther Vices and Grinders But we want more of you men to profit Out Skimmed Them All by our knowledge of values and shoe The jury of dairy experts fitting. It means a lot to you to be at the Panama-Pacific In sure of getting satisfactory shoes. ternational exposition spoke Luther visestte anl with highest praise of the ways a little better and ,,,[kN"curved disc" bowl. The stronger than seems ab" "Iowa" out skimmed all other solutely necessary, competing separators, and Luther grinders have was awarded the medal of been recognized for a honor, quarter of a century as THE REASON standard. The one-pi...

Publication Title: Ronan Pioneer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ronan pioneer. — 13 April 1917

0! LISTEN TO THE LAWYERS HOLLER THEY OBJECT TO BEING CLASSED WITH BRIDEGROOMS, COR PORATIONS AND DOGS. That Five-Dollar License Tax That the Legislature Imposed on Prac ticing Attorneys Is Making the Welkin Ring With Gutteral Moans and Shrill Shrieks of Protest. Seldom in the history of Montana has there been so much protest against a license measure as is heard from the legal lights of the state who are being forced to come through to the state treasury with $5 apiece if they wish to continue taking fees from clients. While a large majority of the 500 laywers who have sent in their checks have paid in good spirit, there is a minority that continues to emit low, gutteral sounds of protest and shrill squeaks of defiance against the tyranny of the legisla ture, and this minority makes enough noise for the whole state bar association. April Fool Law. The tax law for lawyers went into effect April 1, and about half of the attorneys in the state had paid by that date, it being calculated...

Publication Title: Ronan Pioneer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ronan pioneer. — 13 April 1917

"Q G" BARBED WIRE IS THE BEST Wire can be skimped in several ways, but "QO" Barbed Wire and "QO" Wire Fence are always kept up te the highest standard IT PAYS TO BUY "QUALITY GOODS." Steel is one of the world's staples-like wheat. The Pitts burg steel market is quoted in every daily paper-everywhere -and the price don't vary. One way to skimp wire is to put 41 a little less steel into every rod of barbed wire or woven wire fencing-that saves two ways. It saves in the cost of raw material and on the freight of the finished product. It needs no argument to prove that the lighter the wire, the weaker the fence Another way to skimp is by wiping the paint or "sppeter" z ^-as the case might be, to its thinnest coat. "Spelter," or the galvanized coat, is mighty costly stuff. Put on half a coat and you cut the cost in two. Now we would like to drive this home: Your fence is only good as long as the paint or galvanizing lasts and not a minute longer. "QG" Wire is strictly "Quality Goods"-pai...

Publication Title: Ronan Pioneer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ronan pioneer. — 13 April 1917

HEN REYNOLDS WAS BUTTE BOSS CTED WILLIAM DAVEY AS MAYOR; COOKS AND WAIT ERS WERE IN CONTROL. sught His Lieutenants Politics and They Went Out Into Many Places and Distinguished Themselves; A Unique Campaign With Far-Reach ing Results. The story of James M. Reynolds of oulder Hot Springs, who rose from waiter to the political boss of utte, and which had its effect in any distant centers, is of more an passing interest, and exempli es what a man may do if he has the rain to plan, and the dynamic en gy to organize and execute his de gns. When Reynolds arrived in Butte, good many years ago, he looked bout for a soft place upon which to ght, and which might develop into omething worth while. He went to work as a waiter, and James M. Reynolds. actually worked long enough to be elected delegate of the Cooks' and Waiters' union. It was at a time when the lunch counter was the place de luxe to eat, where the high and the low foregathered three times a day for defreshment and divertise ment. ...

Publication Title: Ronan Pioneer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ronan pioneer. — 13 April 1917

ITREASURE STATE FARM AND LOVESTOCK Ways to Reduce the Number of Potatoes Needed to Seed Acreage Without Hurting Crop Never before in the history of our country have potatoes sold at the prices now prevailing. The reason for this is that there are very few potatoes left in the country. As a re sult seed potatoes are not only going o to be extremely high priced but are going to be hard to get at any price. This means that many farmers will I cut down on the acreage in potatoes just at a time when the welfare of the nation calls for an increased f acreage in all crops. Anyway to re- c duce the amount of potatoes neces- c sary to seed a given acreage without materially affecting the size or qual ity of the crop is therefore to be looked upon as the very best kind of E economy. There are several ways in which this may be done. t Cut Out the eyes. I One of the most novel methods is I that of securing potato seed from the E potatoes now being used daily for food. Cone shaped pieces of fles...

Publication Title: Ronan Pioneer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ronan pioneer. — 13 April 1917

A. K. RESNER, M. D. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON EYES CORRECTLY FITTED WITH GLASSES Second door west of Owl Drug Store RONAN - - MONTANA MISSION VALLEY CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC Languages, Stage and Fancy Dancing Address-Catalogue mailed on request DOROTHEA V. STILLMAN, President Ronan, Montana. COKERI F. RATHBONE Attorney-at-Law Practice in all the State Courts and the Land Department. Ronan, Montana JOHN P. SWEE Lawyer Practices In all the courts and before the U. S Lend Offices. Office first door north of Ronan State Bank. RONAN MONTANA DWIGHT N. MASON Attorney and Counselor at Law General Law Practice in State and Federal Courts and before the Department of the Interior. Office of the County Attorney Phone 479 Missoula, Montana LLOYD I. WALLACE Lawyer Practices in the State and Federal courts and before the U. S. Land Offices. Office first door north of Ronan State Bank. RONAN MONTANA A. SUTHERLAND Attorney at Law Special attention given to collections. Second Door North of Ronan State Ban...

Publication Title: Ronan Pioneer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ronan pioneer. — 13 April 1917

ITS NO FOR THE AVERAGE FELLOW TO SAVE MONEY, PROVIDE FOR THE FUTURE, AND WIN INDEPEND CINCH ENCE THESE "HIGH COST OF LIV ING" DAYS. IT TAKES GRIT, DE TERMINATION, DENIAL AND A STRONG, STEADY PURPOSE. IT'S A WHOLE LOT EASIER, THOUGH, WHEN YOU REALIZE HOW MUCH A BANK LIKE OURS WLIL HELP YOU TO HELP YOUR SELF. WE WILL PAY YOU TO SAVE MONEY, PROVIDING YOU SAVE IT IN OUR BANK. START A GOOD HABIT NOW. RONAN STATE BANK A. J. BROWER, President. LEON BISHOP, Cashier. WANTS, FOR SALE, ETC Chickens wanted at Ronan Market. Cash paid for hides at Ronan Market.-adv. Anyone having fat hogs for sale, see E. E. Durst. 22 I want to sell my six room house, with cellar, cistern, woodshed. etc., and two lots; best location, cheap, -Coker F. Rathbone. WANTER-40 acres broken as soon as possible. Cash job.-E. Kering, Ro nan, Mont. 50-51 RANCH WANTED, at once, in the Flathead valley, ranging in size from 80 to 200 acres, improved or unim proved. Give with description your lowest cash price and best terms. A...

Publication Title: Ronan Pioneer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ronan pioneer. — 20 April 1917

THE RONAN PIONEER The Oldest Newspaper on the Flathead Indian Reservation Entered as second-class matter May 12, 1910, at the post office at Ronan. Montana. under the Act of March 3, 1879. VOL. VII. NO. 51. RONAN, MISSOULA COUNTY, MONTANA, APRIL 20, 1917. $2.00 Per Year . . . . .. . . . .. . . ... . . . . .. .. .. . .. .. .. . . . ....-~- -- -- .- ·- ·~- - - - - . ... .. .. . . . . . . . . . .. . ... . .. .... . . . . ....~ 1· -n i,.u--- ------ • 1 ,um •· - UNIT HOLDERS REGAIN RIGHTS The following circular issued by the Commissioner of the General Land Office will be of interest to a great many who have heretofore filed on homesteads on the Flathead. The rule previous to the enactment of this law, Feb. 20, 1917, was that everybody who had filed on a farm unit on the .Flathead exhausted their entire homestead right, and we'r precluded from taking more land, By the terms of the circular sent to all registers and receivers of land offices, which is printed below, every pekrson who has ...

Publication Title: Ronan Pioneer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ronan pioneer. — 20 April 1917

GOOD THINGS Special Announcement LOT 1-ON SALE DRY GOODS Fine cambris corset covers, size 42 TO EAT A. W Woods assumes management and up. 75c values now ..............50c LOT NO. 2--Sizes 30 and up......... 10c The undersigned wishes to announce that having accepted the position as General Yoi kinOW how goodi it tastes to M .anager for Mr. Sccarce's mercantile Intereats of Ronan, that first of all he wishes to become an active participant in all that will go to promote the welfare or this LOT 3.-Brassiers, $1.25 values on have "somethilg different" OW a community, as well as Mr. Scearce's private interests. I feel that everything which will increase the development and growth of the country will also help this business. sale at .......................................35c then. I am here with my famil to make this my home and want to become your neighbor. Also how handy it is to have "some- I have had long experience in merchandising, also in banking, and believe that I Also how handy...

Publication Title: Ronan Pioneer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ronan pioneer. — 20 April 1917

SEVERE LOSS IN MONTANA CATTLE IN SOME CASES LOSS WILL RUN TO TWENTY-FIVE PER CENT; WORST IS OVER. Huge Prices for Feed Have Prevailed Everywhere; Coldest March Since 1899 Has Disastrous Effect on Stock; Dry Herbage Now Un covered. Cascade, Sheridan, Dawson and other northeastern counties of the state suffered the largest cattle losses for years, according to re ports received by the Helena office of the United States weather bureau. Cattle west of the continental divide were practically not bothered by the cold and snow and passed a good winter. The losses this winter were due more to the heavy snow than the prolonged cold. It was impossible for the stock to get to the feed through the snow and the stockmen had to start feeding them from their supply earlier than usual. Worst Is Over. Although the snow is piled high in some range sections, it is thought that the worst period is over and that much dry herbage will be un covered, eliminating the danger of the stock feeding too soon on...

Publication Title: Ronan Pioneer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ronan pioneer. — 20 April 1917

HAIL INSURANCE THAT INSURES Insure your 1917 grain crop in a good strong stock company that will pay every loss promptly and in cash. A strong aggressive Western company with over half a million dollars invested in Montana. LIVE BANK AGENTS WANTED. THE ROCKY MOUNTAIN FIRE INSURANCE CO. Fire. Torn ado. Hail. GREAT FALLS MONTANA. --------- ----------- --------------------- --------- ------·- -- It's "A Home Company" Operating on Legal Reserve-Old Line Plan. Safe and Sound. State Life Insurance Company GREAT FAILLS, MONT. BILLINGS WOMAN ENTERS WOLF DEN MRS. BRIDGES, WIFE OF BULL MOUNTAIN RANCHMAN, IN ROLE OF HEROINE. (limbs Through 18-Inch Opening and Secures Body of Vixen and Ten Pups; Wolves Hal Killed Four of Her Husband's Milk Cows; Gets $40 Bounty. Mrs. R. A. Bridges wife of a prom inent Bull mountain ranchman, by climbing into a wolf den to a depth of 16 feet through a hole measuring only 18 inches at the opening, cap tured 10 pups and secured the body of a grown female wolf whic...

Publication Title: Ronan Pioneer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ronan pioneer. — 20 April 1917

WHERE FLAX GREW TOWN FLOURISHES ONLY FIVE YEARS AGO SITE OF THE TOWN OF FAIRVIEW WAS A FARM. Now It Is Robust Town of 1,500 and Is Growing Rapidly; Great North ern Will Make It Freight and Pas senger Division Point on Rockford Lewistown Cut Off. By C. E. HICKS. Five years ago the site of what is now the thriving little city of Fair view was a flax field. Now it is the home of 1,500 people, is lighted by electricity, and contemplates the in stallation of water works. Its peo ple walk to up-to-date mercantile es tablishments on cement sidewalks. Sixty thousand acres of the finest ir rigated soil in the lower Yellowstone valley surround it, and its people, as sured of permanent prosperity from C. E. Hicus. this productive area, look confident ly into the future. It is the only town in Montana that is possessed of two postoffices. However, the commercial club makes no boast of this unique situation in its literature, because one of the postoffices is located in North Dako ta. A street m...

Publication Title: Ronan Pioneer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ronan pioneer. — 20 April 1917

WORLD WILL NEED MONTANAPRODUCT EXPERT SAYS MONTANA SHOUL: GROW FIFTY MILLION BUSH ELS OF WHEAT THIS YEAR. Advising Planting of Dry Land t( Marquis Wheat; Is Beardless Grain, and Straw Is Good fos Stock; Where Winter Wheat Is Killed Plant Marquis. By Alfred Atkinson, Agricultural Exlpeiment Station. Reports from the central west in dicate the loss of millions of acres of fall sown wheat through winter killing. This means that the wheat crop is going to be short unless there is a heavy spring planting. With present world conditions, there is urgent need for maximum produc tion and the United States should contribute more largely than ever before to the world's supply of food. Should Harvest 50,000,000 Bushels. Montana produces excellent wheat and she should raise at least 50,000, 000 bushels in 1917. In 1915, the government estimate placed the Montana wheat crop at 42,000,000 bushels. In 1916, the report showed only 28,000,000 bushels raised in the state, the reduction being due to lo...

Publication Title: Ronan Pioneer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ronan pioneer. — 20 April 1917

A. K. RESNER, M. D. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON EYES CORRECTLY FITTED WITH GLASSES Second door west of Owl Drug Store RONAN - - MONTANA MISSION VALLEY CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC Languages, Stage and Fancy Dancing Catalogue mailed on request Address DOROTHEA V. STILLMAN, President Ronan, Montana. COKER F. RATHBONE Attorney-at-Law Practice in all the State Courts and the Land Department. Ronan, Montana JOHN P. SWEE Lawyer Practices. in all the courts and before the U. S Land Offices. Office first door north of Ronan State Bank. RONAN MONTANA DWIGHT N. MASON Attorney and Counselor at Law General Law Practice in State and Federal Courts and before the Department of the Interior. Otffice of the County Attorney Phone 479 Missoula, Montana LLOYD I. WALLACE Lawyer Practices in the State and Federal courts and before the U. S. Land Offices. Office first door north of Ronan State Bank. RONAN MONTANA A. SUTHERLAND Attorney at Law Special attention given to collections. Second Door North of Ronan State Ba...

Publication Title: Ronan Pioneer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ronan pioneer. — 20 April 1917

WHEN YOU PUT SYOUR MONEY TO 1 WORK-- When you put a man to work you © pay him. When you work for yourself, you have to put forth energy, expend time, and use your brain for every re S sult you accomplish. [] But when your money's at work for you, you put forth no effort-yet it pays you. That's one advantage of an account in our bank. RONAN STATE 'BANK A. J. BROWER, President. LEON BISHOP, Cashier. I,,,,, ý1 11 WANTS, FOR SALE, ET Chickens wanted at Ronan Market. Cash paid for hides at Ronan Market.-adv. I want to sell my six room house, with cellar, cistern, woodshed, etc., and two lots; best location, cheap, -Coker F. Rathbone. WANTER--40 acres broken as soon as possible. Cash job.-E. Kering, Ro nan, Mont. 50-51 RANCH WANTED, at once, in the Flathead valley, ranging in size from 80 to 200 acres, improved or unim proved. Give with description your lowest cash price and best terms. Address Box 242, Ronan, Montana. .NOTICE TO CUSTOMERS After April 1st all accounts must be paid. This w...

Publication Title: Ronan Pioneer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ronan pioneer. — 27 April 1917

THE ~~~ ROA Societº, A TE RNANPIONEER The Oldest Newspaper on the Flathead Indian Reservation Entered as second-class matter May 12, 1910, at the post office at Ronan. Montana. under the Act of March 3, 1871. VOL. VII. NO. 52. RONAN, MISSOULA COUNTY, MONTANA, APRIL 27, 1917. $2.00 Per Year RD NAN NEEDS WATER SYSTEM )t is to be hoped that the incoming town administration will speedily in augurate some improvements badly needed in Ronan. First, there should be the speedy construction of some sort of water system and the streets should be graded so as to do away with the almost impassable condition which has confronted us this spring. To do this will require the expendi t ur of considerable money, but if Ronan is ever to be more than a whistling station on the new line of rail road, the aldermen should get besy. So much has been said and printed regarding this matter that it is becoming rather of a chestnut to refer to it any more, but the situ ation is so grave and the condition so se...

Publication Title: Ronan Pioneer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ronan pioneer. — 27 April 1917

AGONSy IES HARNESS -'Quick Meal" blue flame oil stoves are perfectly fitted and wel made throughout. Their burners are simpler and easier to handle than the ordinary lamp; , I, the fire can be started instantly and regulated as de sired, and for general, all-around work there is no better wkiek stove made than the "Quick Meal" oil stove. ^^ S a m Oregon Pioneer has used his S Studebaker ever since 1874 T Yof quality as heretofore is maintained at this th FORTY YEARS ago a Studebaker wagon carried Prevailing conditions have forced a change the family and household effects of a sturdy stsyrpprices but n oti quality. pioneer into Oregon territory. A few months ago Mrs. Sarah A. Haughton, of Norway, Oregon, We believe our customers w'rt the same grades of widow of the pioneer, wrote: merchandise that we have always aimed to give them, and they knowv that unusual conditions, scarcity of "My son recently hauled 41 boxes of butter, each box materials and the high cost of labr have made it ...

Publication Title: Ronan Pioneer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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