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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ronan pioneer. — 27 April 1917

MONTANA FARMERS MAY HELP WIN WAR Agricultural War Measures in Use by Allies May Be Put Into Practice in Montana, According to President Hamilton of the Agricultural Col lege, Who Has Just Returned From Conference With Secretary of Agriculture; Man Who Tills the Soil May Render His Country as Patriotic a Service as Soldier Who Bears the Brunt of Battle; Increased Acreage of All Foodstuffs Grown Is Urged by Government; Enlistment of Army for Agricultural Purpose Is Suggested; Organized Effort to Be Made to Arouse Farmers of Montana to Do Their Part in World Struggle by Planting Every Acre Available; World's Food Supply Was Never So Low as Now. President Hamilton of the state college has just returned from St. Louis where he was called by Secre tary Houston of the department of agriculture to attend a conference of 62 officials representing 32 states called together, to discuss the agri cultural situation in the present na tional crisis. Immediately upon his return President Hamilton c...

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. — 27 April 1917

WAR WITH THE SIOUX; WHEN THE CROWS FORMED AN ALLIANCE WITH UNCLE SAM To many old residents of Montana it is astounding how rapidly the In dian days of the state, the period of the first settlers and the epoch of the Sioux and Nez Perce wars are dropping into the past and forgetful ness. Many were the interesting in cidents and episodes of those times. At this day the whole life of the state has so changed it is difficult to realize the phases of even that very past. It is only a little time since 1876, the year of the Custer massa cre, one of the imperishable trage dies incident to the settlement of Montana, yet the customs of that day have become utterly foreign to those of this generation. Among the many occurrences con nected with the Sioux campaign which form part of its interesting history was the council held by Gen eral Gibbon with the Crow Indians at the agency on the Stillwater, at whch the army officer sought to ob tain Crow scouts to assist in tracking the Sioux. The coun...

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. — 27 April 1917

GOVERNOR NAMES DEFENSE COUNCIL PURPOSE IS WAR PREPARATION AND CO-ORDINATIONS OF STATE'S RESOURCES. Will Work in Connection and Under the Direction of the National Council of Defense; Is Result of the St. Louis Conference Called by the Government. The Montana council of defense has been created by Governor Stew art. The state council will work in corporation and under the direction of the national council of defense, of which the secretary of war is the chairman. Those nc.med to serve on the council are as follows: B. C. White, Buffalo; Norman B. Holter, Helena; Charles J. Kelly, Butte; Charles D. Greenfi hi, Hel Mrs. Tyler B. Thompson, Who Has Been Named by Governor Stewart on the State Council of Defense. ena; J. E. Edwards, Forsyth; Will A. Campbell, Helena; Mrs. Tyler Thompson, Missoula; Edward C. El liott, Helena. Governor Stewart is ex-officio chairman. Its Purpose. The council is created for the pur pose of war preparation in the co-or dination of the resources and ener gies o...

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. — 27 April 1917

HURRY UP! SAYS MONTANA TO U. S. PASS THE MEYERS BILL, UNCLE SAMUEL, AND GIVE MANY NEPHEWS A CHANCE. State Land Board Subscribes for $100,000 Worth of War Bonds and Requests Congress to Clear Up Ti tle to Some State Lands That May Be Farmed. The state of Montana, through the state land board, will subscribe for $100,000 worth of the $7,000,000, 000 war bond issue, which the fed eral government will authorize the sale of shortly. The state land board has a fund of $2,000,000, and this money was to be invested in state farm mortgages. But it seems that the farmers of the state are either too prosperous, or can get money at a better rate than the six per cent which the state exacts, and these mil lions are going begging. The Meyers Bill. The state board is also calling the attention to the federal govern ment to the fact that many thousands of desirable lands lie idle because of a cloud on the state's title. This land could be used in the present emergency, the board opines, and thousan...

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. — 27 April 1917

A. K. RESNER, M. D. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON EYES CORRECTLY FITTED WITH CLASSES 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. 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 Bank...

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. — 27 April 1917

WHEN YOU PUT YOUR MONEY TO °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 sult you accomplish. [.$ But when your money's at work jrI 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. WANTS, FOR SALE, ET All kinds of rough lumoer for sale. -J. J. Rogers. -adv Good light team of work horses for sale; price right. You can see them work before you buy.-M. T. Hay .49tf What have you to sell? Will buy anything that can be bought right. H. M. Gehlert. I know of several parties who de sire to purchase Flathead land, Any one wishing to sell may find a buyer by consulting me.-C. F. Rathbone. 20 head of milch cows coming fresh soon for sale. Inquire at Ro nan State Bank.-Brower & Hollings worth, 50 Balaklala Big Type Poland China pigs, either sex; $10 at weaning time,-Jas. Wo...

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. — 4 May 1917

A THE RONAN PIONEER a a The Oldest Newspaper on the Flathead Indian Reservation Entered as second-class matter May 12, 1910, at the post tffice at Ronan. Montana, under the Act of March 3, 1879. VOL. VIII. NO. 1. RONAN, MISSOULA COUNTY, MONTANA, MAY 4, 1917. $2.0OQPer Year KALISPELL URGES LAND OPENING The Kalispell Chamber of Com merce is now after the opening of every available acre of Flathead lands, including the sparsely tim bered portion. Ronan's commercial club in the past has advocated this very same proposition so frequently and with such insistency that aid from the Kalispell section of the ,tate will be appreciated and it is a:so hoped with more success than this town has met in the past. There is no good reason why all the vacant lands of the Flathead should not be opened to settlement and entry. To have many thousands of acres of land lying idle when such supreme efforts are being made to have the country produce all the grain possible is a crying shame and the depart me...

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. — 4 May 1917

THE RONAN PIONEER Issued every Friday at Ronan, Mis soula county, Montana, by E. H. Rath bone, publisher. S pace rates on application. Reading notices 10 cents per line. Legal advertising at state rates. C hurgh and society notices at regular rates where profit is the object. VOLUME VIII, NO. 1 With this issue the Pioneer staris out with Volume VIII, No. 1, it being the birthday of the paper. During seven years the Pioneer has bteen un der the present managment ,Jr in the family, C. F. Rathbon ebeing the ed itor and publisher for the first .ear and was associated with the pre'sent publisher until Jan. 1, 1915, at which time he retired. Seven years ago when the paper was first printed, it was a primitive office and contained only sufficient material to get out the paper and such job work as the town demanded at that time. The press was a hand inked affair which was in time super ceded by one of later pattern, and this press was discarded for the pres ent power press and more modern e...

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. — 4 May 1917

$20,000,000 LEFT BY J. B. HAGGIN FORMER ASSOCIATE OF MARCUS DALY IN DEVELOPMENT OF ANACONDA COMPANY. Marries at Age of Eighty, Leaves Widow More Than Three Millions; Son, Daughter and Grandchildren Will Receive Bulk of Estate; Mined in South America. The estate of James B. Haggin, who, with Marcus Daly and W. R. Hearst started the Anaconda com pany toward a successful career, has been appraised at $20,614,761, and after paying the debts, administra tion expenses and inheritance tax, there still remains $18,000,000. Haggin, at his death, two years ago, was 87 years old. At the age of 80 he married, and his widow, Mrs. Margaret V. Haggin, gets $3,575,297 under the will. Louis T. Haggin, his son, gets $3,715,297; and his daugh ter, Edith H. Lounsbury, gets $3, 350,297. One granddaughter is left more than $3,000,000, and another grandson and granddaugnter re ceived more than $1,000,000 each. Other relatives receive gifts of $50, 000 each. Haggin and Hearst, after making making millions ...

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. — 4 May 1917

TREASURE STATE FARM AND LOVESTOCK l! ~~~B R I)im~ .I. n mma ,mmmma~atnla| mH:I)1AaImku. B la| Bn MESTO•C l#ii.|mm i uIlm MANY GROWING ROOT CROPS NOW MANGELS, RUTABAGAS, CARROTS AND BEETS DO WELL IN MON TANA WITH IRRIGATION Largest Tonnage Per Acre of Any Crop Grown Yielded by Rutabagas, Although Carrots Also Produce Fifteen to Sixteen Tons Per Acre If Planted Properly. By Alfred Atkinson, Montana Experi mental Station, Bozeman. Enqgiries about methods of grow ing mangels, carrots, rutabagas and sugar beets for stock feed are reach ing the experiment station more fre quently this spring than ever begore. This suggests that stockmen and farmers are coming to realize that these root crops, which are very commonly grown in the older farm ing sections of the United tates, have possibilities in Montana. The experi inent station has been testing these crops for several years and the yields mentioned below are from these tests, under irrigation. The yield of root crops on dry land has been ...

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. — 4 May 1917

STANDARDIZATION OF ROADS HUGH WAY COMMISSION'S PLAN With the state state highway com mission appointed and organized; with the country at war with a great world power, making better highway transportation facilities an immedi ate need; with financial aid from the federal government at hand and with equal financial support from within the state a moral certainty Montana, for the first time in the Treasure state's history, is prepared to prosecute vigorously a well planned and practical program for improvement of her highways. Standardization is the watchword of the good roads movement of the state today. And co-operation be tween the state highway commission and the county c mmissioners of the several counties of Montana is not only earnestly sought by those who believe the state's future growth will be measured by her highway devel opment, but is positively necessary if the greater food for the greater number is to be achieved. State's New Highway Laws. Montana's legislative assembl...

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. — 4 May 1917

VOLUNTEER GRAIN SPREADS APHIS THIS DISEASE, WHICH CAUSES BIG LOSSES IN MONTANA, EASY TO CONTROL. One Pound of Forty Per Cent For maldehyde to Forty-five Gallons of Water Furnishes a Solution Which Will Kill All Germs in Grain Treat ed With It. By J. R. Parker, Assistant Entomolo gist, Montana Agriculaural Edperi ment Station, Bozeman. In winter wheat districts where the wheat aphis is known to be pres ent, farmers should make every ef fort to keep summer fallowed fields absolutely free from volunteer grains and grasses. In a study of this seri ous grain pest it was found that whenever a crop was seriously in jured that the field had contained considerable volunteer grain and blue joint grass at the time of seed ing. The reason for this is that dur ing June and July the insects acquire wings and migrate to volunteer wheat and blue joint grass in sum mer fallowed fields. By fall, these plants are loaded with wingless aph ids and when the new crop of wheat comes up they act as centers ...

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. — 4 May 1917

A. K. RESNER, M. D. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON EYES CORRECTLY FPITTED 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. Office of the County Attorney Phone 479 Missoula, Montana LLOYD I. WALLACE Lawyer Practices in the State and Federal courts and before the U. h. Land Offices. Office first door north of Ronan State Bank. RONAN MONTANA A. SUTHERLAND Attorney at Law Special attention given to collections. Seced Door North of Ronan State Bank...

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. — 4 May 1917

lIa HAIL There is nothing on earth that will save your fields of grain once a severe hail storm breaks over them. But there is one sure way to save yourself Io1 momey loss, and that is a Hail Insurance Policy The cost is small for such absolute protection, L guaranteed by an insurance company that has settled every obligation promptly for more I[ than a century. May we quote you figures? ? RONAN STATE BANK A. J. BROWER, President. LEON BISHOP, Cashier. M13 19 (9 9 -··- ··-·· WANTS, FOR SALE, ETC All kinds of rough lumber for sale. -J. J. Rogers. -adv Good light team of work horses for sale; price right. You can see them work before you buy.-M. T. Hay.49tf What have you :.o sell? Will buy anything that can be bought right. H. M. Gehlert. I know of seveoal parties who de sire to purchase Flathead land, Any one wishing to sell may find a buyer by consulting me.-C. F. Rathbone. 20 head of milch cows coming fresh soon for sale. Inquire at Ro nan State Bank.--Brower & Hollings worth, ...

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. — 11 May 1917

THE RONAN PIONEER. The Oldest Newspaper on the Flathead Indian Reservation Entered as second-class matter May 12, 1910, at the post r ffice at Ronan. Montana. under the Act of March 3, 1879. VOL. VIII. NO. 2. RONAN, MISSOULA COUNTY, MONTANA, MAY 11, 1917. $2.00 Per Year PIONEER'S EDITOR CALLED BY DEATH Business was totally suscended in Ronan for an hour yesterday morning while the funeral services over the remains of E. H. Rathbone were in progress. All places of business locked their doors in token of respect to the dead and the citizenry as a unit joined in the last earthly rites to a respected friend and neighbor. The obsequies were held at the family home and were conducted in the open air with the body lying in state on the veranda, the casket banked by wreaths of flowers and urrounded by the sorrowing rela ti-cs and friends of the departed. The c- rmonies, in deference to the habits <:d tastes of E. H. Rathbone in life, w'3re simple and dignified but impres sive in the extr...

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. — 11 May 1917

THE RONAN PIONEER Issued every Friday at Ronan, Mis soula county, Montana, by E. H. Rath bone, publisher. Space rates on application. Reading notices 10 cents per line. Legal advertising at state rates. Church and society notices at regular rates where profit is the object. TO AID IN RUSSIA Immediate assistance to Russia and France in strengthing their railroad systems is planned by the American government at Washington, May 3. The first stept will be the dispatch of a commission of four railroad ex perts, including John F. Stevens, a consulting engineer who was chief engineer of the Panama canal com mission before General Goethals. The plans of aiding France will be made public within a few days. The question was discussed here today by a group of railroad beards in confer ence with members of the council of national defence. Other members of Uw railroad com mission will be John C. Greiner of Baltimore; Henry Miller former presi (lent of the Wabash railroad, and an officali of the ...

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. — 11 May 1917

WORLD NEWS TOLD DN BRIEF Fort Worth-Wheat has sold here at $3 per bushel. Paris-American Aviator Lufber ry has shot down his ninth airplane. hoston-Ii coats 30 per cent more to start a garden now than a year ago, New York-Two immense ware houses, to cost $2,000,000, will be built here for the government. Washington-The bureau of en graving will employ 1,000 men to print the new government bonds. Washington-Commissions will be given to 9,000 regular army non commissioned officers, active and re tired. Paris-Of Marshall Hindenburg's 43 reserve divisions on the west front it is estimated that 33 are shattered already. London-England may have to kill all of its dogs to save the food consumed by them. Germany did so long ago. Cincinnati-The government has purchased 38,000 portable tent stoves, and altogether 300,000 stoves will be purchased. New York-The better class of New York clubs are now serving nothing but the simplest meals. Lux uries have been barred. Chicago-Two hundred carloads...

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. — 11 May 1917

CON OREM'S IDEA CREATED A STATE PIONEER PUGILIST SUGGESTED DIVISION OF IDAHO INTO TWO TERRITORIES. As Result of Outdoor Meeting of Miners in Bannack, Sidney Edger ton Was Sent to Washington and Lobbied Through Bill Creating Montana Territory. Con Orem, first heavyweight champion pugilist of the territory, and the father of State Mining In spector William Orem, was the man who started the movement looking to the division of what was then the territory of Idaho, and the creation of the new territory of Montana. Orem is known in the early history of the territory as first-class fighting man and won a 'number of notable battles in the pioneer days, but there are few who know that he figured in the creation of the new territory. Wilbur E. Sanders tells of this ser vice of Orem. One Sunday morning in 1864 the male residents of Ban nack had gathered on the main street for >social gossip, as was their custom. Orem climbed into a wagon and addressed the crowd. He dwelt on the hardships of...

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. — 11 May 1917

HOW DEATH PURSUED MEMBERS DEER LODGE TALLYHO CLUB; OF THE THORTEEN CHARTER MEMBERS, ONLY ONE SURVOVES By John H. McIntosh. To find yourself, in the prime of life, the only remaining member of a select club of 13' who, but a few years back, had been as rollicking and convivial a set of young men as one might locate in a year's journey, would hardly be considered an en viable situation. And yet that is the predicament in which Arthur Menard of Deer Lodge, Montana, finds himself today, the only surviving member of the Deer Lodge Tallyho or Overland club, a widely known organization in its day. Not only has grim death visited 12 of the original 13 members of this famous little social organization of one of Montana's oldest communi ties, but it has laid its scrawny fin gers upon them, in most instances, in violent ways. In the early nineties, Deer Lodge, always a social, hospitable city, was a lively community, much given to social amusements. As the nucleus of the beaux of Deer Lodge, t...

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. — 11 May 1917

/. ) AEvery farmer in Montana should read the constructive farm stories appe - A RMiEIS ANDw TH W AR ing on this page. With the idea of helping the Montana farmer to grow the greatest of crops at a time when the country most needs it, these stories have been prepared for this newspaper by members of the faculty of the Bozeman Agricultural College and Farm Experiment Station experts. EGG PRODUCTION MUST BE DOUBLED POULTRY EXPERT SAYS MON TANA IMPORTING 7,000,000 DOZEN EGGS ANNUALLY State Production Is About Four Mil lion Dozen; Shortage in Prospect Next Winter; Prices Sure to Reach Unheard of Heights; Make the Hens Patriotic. Montana farmers: Help win the war! Montana is consum ing 7,000,000 dozen eggs annu ally, and is producing only about half what she consumes. Wil liam F. Schoppe, poultryman at the Montana experiment station, wites this message: The necessity for the hearty co operation of the farmers and poultry men in increasing the production of eggs is already being shown by ...

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