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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ronan pioneer. — 31 August 1917

COMMEMORATE LEWIS AND CLARK EXPEDITION IN BRONZE IS THE DESIRE OF THE SOCOETY OF PIONEERS OF MONTANA _ _ _ _I AMERICAN LAKE VERITIBLE "CITY" RUSH CONSTRUCTION WORK ON HUGE TRAINING CAMP WHERE MONTANANS WILL GO. Every Detail to Be Completed' When Lads From Treasure State Disem bark at Cantonment Where They Will Be Drilled for Work With Pershing's Army in France. When the boys from Montana who will be called to colors within the next two weeks reach their training camp at American Lake, near Taco ma, to be drilled for service under General Pershing in France, they will find that the military encampment is a veritable city in itself. Every de tail of the construction of the huge cantonment will have been completed and a hot meal will be awaiting the "rookies" as they disembark from the troop trains. Already the 600 officers who are to train the. new army are arriving at the encampment, but the first of the enlisted men will not reach there until September 5th. When they will be streami...

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. — 31 August 1917

THE RONAN PIONEER Issued every Friday at Ronan, Mis soula County, Montana, by M. E. Rathbone, 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. PATR IOTISM Just at this time ninety per cent of the reading matter one picks up deasl with patriotism, conservation of food, and urging every kernel of grain to be saved, winter vegetables stored and crops taken care of at the right time in order that nothing will be wasted, all intended to more Ilrmly upon every citizen that on these things hang the victory of war. During the draft period it was the subject of much comment, and still is. And one thing that was especi ally noticeable was that in conversa tion with men above the conscription age there were many statements that "they would be only too glad to go to the front if they could"and that every man who could do so, should answer the call to colors. There a...

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. — 31 August 1917

DAMES AND DAUGHTERS. The Duchess of Manchester has be come a vegetarian. Mrs. Sara J. Atwood of New York city has been supplying contract labor for large operations throughout the last twenty years. Mrs. Henry A. Morgan, chairman of the home economic department of the General Federation of Women's clubs, estimates that the average housewife is worth $800 a year. Miss Marie Weissman, a young Vien nese, who was recently discovered serv ing in the ranks of the Austrian army, has been recommended for her bravery en the Russian frontier. Mrs. Amy Marcy Cheney Beach, prom. inent woman composer of this country, composed the "Panama Hymn," used as the official hymn of the Panama Pacific International exposition. The statue of Florence Nightingale, which was unveiled in London, Eng land, on Feb. 24, is the first statue of a woman, outside of royalty, ever to have been erected in England's capi tal. Owing to tho war, there were no ceremonies in connection with the un veiling. Industrial Items...

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. — 31 August 1917

CHURCH IN MONTANA MOUNTADN FASTNESS HAS MURAL PAINTUNGS BY ITALIIAN MASTER By Mattle T. Cramer. Situated in the heart of the Little Rockies, fifty miles from a railway station, and shut off from the com mercialism of the world, may be found one of the oldest institutions of learning in the Treasure state. With only an occasional brief news paper mention the state at large knows little about the great work that has been accomplished by St. Paul's Mission church and school in the past thirty years, for it was in 1886 that Rev. Father Erbishweiler, a devout missionary under the direc tion of the Jesuit fathers, arrived upon the scene and established the church and shortly thereafter the school was opened. Think of finding a church in this obscure place whose walls and ceil ings are decorated with paintings of a master hand, for it is said that ten thousand dollars in shining gold was necessary to lure the romantic Italian artist across the seas and into this re mote niche of the wester...

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. — 31 August 1917

CARE FOR BODIES OF SOLDIER DEAD AMERICAN PURPLE CROSS NEW PATRIOTIC SOCIETY TO UN DERTAKE NOBLE WORK. Montana People Interested in Organ ization Which Has Offered Its Ser vices to Government and Probably Will Be Under Direction of the War Department. Many Montana people have inter ested themselves in a new patriotic association that has been organized within the past few weeks, known as the American Purple Cross associa tion, whose efforts will be directed solely to the proper caring for the bodies of soldiers and marines of the American army who are killed in Europe, and for the bringing back to the United States of these bodies for burial in their own country. Memory of the horrible condition of the bodies sent home for burial following the clash between the American bluejackets and Mexicans at Vera Cruz caused Dr. Howard S. Eckels and Dr. J. H. Mowbray, both of Philadelphia, to devise a plan for the caring for the bodies of our boys killed abroad. They formed and in corporated th...

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. — 31 August 1917

E aI I0I o Our Nation's Tomorrow o p Depends just as inuch on how inmuch p waste you are transforming inito say- a J ings and production, as upon the ac curacy of gun fire along the trench 0 lines. As a private in the great Thrift Army at home, make this bank your savings headquarters. RONAN STATE BANK A. J. BROWER, President. LEON BISHOP, Cashier. Interior Decorator AND Paper Hanger Any kind of work, see me for estimates and samples of work S. H. Zutter RONAN MONT. QUALITY BAKERY All Kinds of Bread and Pastery Baked Daily YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED _FOR_ AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE --See Stailley Seenree CHRIS. J. HOESCHEN Licensed Embalmer Hearse in Connection ST. IGNATIUS, - MONTANA. 'ý .J F. O'BRIEN, Agent, RONAN PRICES THAT HELP YOU Each purchase at Lemire Bros. tends to brighter, happier, more suc cessful future. Independence brings freedom of choosing-gives more thought to selecting and combined with the knowledge of saving, brings added interest in home duties. With cash dealing each...

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. — 7 September 1917

Itate HIstorist k 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. VIII. NO. 19. RONAN, MISSOULA COUNTY, MONTANA, SEPTEMBER 7. 1917. $2.00 Per Year GERMAN PLANES INVADE LONDON According to press reports from London, German airplanes estimated to be about 20 in number, made a daring raid on the city of London on Tueaday night and as a result of the bombs dropped eleven persons were ::illed, 62 Injured and much damage lone to buildings and property. ?I. is officially reported that one Ger Tna.n plane was brought down by the rnglish guns. The raiders seemed to have tray led singly or In groups of two or 4.hree, the report says, for which rea r.;n it is diffcult to estimate their ýambers with accuracy, but it is pos ,ile that as many as 20 machines iok part. "By 11:20 p. m. it became evident hat enemy airplanes were approach )g London and at 1...

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. — 7 September 1917

TREASURE STATE FARM AND LOVESTOCK MERGE SWARMS IF THEY ARE WEAK SEE THAT YOUR BEES HAVE SUF FICIENT HONEY TO LAST OVER WINTER. Examine Each Colony Carefully and Ascertain How Much Honey It Has Gathered by Fall; Every Colony Should Be Large Enough to Pro duce a Surplus. Bees require sufficient honey in their hives to carry them through the winter. Has every colony in your apiary increased its size and harvest ed enough honey to carry it through? This is merely a question of contin uing every colony without loss. It does not take into account the fact that in a good apiary every colony of bees should be large enough to produce a surplus for the owner. Every beekeeper should examine each colony carefully with a view to ascertaining the strength of the col ony. How much honey it will have gathered by fall, and whether or not there will be enough bees in the col ony to winter successfully. Build Up Colonies. To build up weak colonies and make strong colonies which are able to produce sur...

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. — 7 September 1917

MONTANA PDONEER FOLLOWED TRADL MARKED BY BONES OF MEN WHO PERDSHED WITH SOR J OHN FRANKLIN IN THE FROZEN NORTH MONTANA BOY IS WITH PERSHING SON OF B. C. WHITE OF BUFFALO' ONLY ARMY OFFICER FROM MONTANA IN FRANCE. Lieutenant Harold M. White Gradu ated From West Point Last April and Is Now With Sixteenth Infan try, Preparing to Carry Our Flog Against Germans. Lieutenant Harold McClave White, Company I, Sixteenth Infantry, Unit ed States regulars, has the honor of being the only officer of General Per shing's army now in France who comes from Montana. He was born in Fergus County. Lieutenant White is the only son of HIon. B. C. White of buffalo, who represented the farmers of the state in the last legislature, and who is at present serving on the federal exemp tion board for district No. 2, of the state of Montana, passing on claims Lieutenant H. M. White. for exemption from military service and weeding out the slackers. Charles F. McClave, general manager of the Montana Flour Mills co...

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. — 7 September 1917

THE RONAN PIONEER Issued every Friday at Ronan, Mis soula County, Montana, by M. E. Rathbone, 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. LET ALL INDUSTRIES LIVE "Live and let live and let every body live" is a good Americal motto, first coined by the Manufacturer.. It is a good slogan as applied to indus tries, from the bootblack stand to the steamship lines or transcontinental railroad. While we might live with out the railroads or the Standard Oil company, we would not live so well, and there would be other things to trouble us. The industry killing I. W. W. is not the only foe of indus tries. Industries are killed by leg islation, are legislated, regulated, taxed to death. It is foolish to believe that the president or his cabinet want to des troy business or industries. They want shops open and workmen busy. The president has summoned the big b...

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. — 7 September 1917

OVER AN ABYSS. A Narsow Escape From a Broken Snow Bridge In the Arctic. The perils of travel over the ice cap of Greenland are often mention ed in "Lost In the Arctic" by Cap tain Ejnar :\likkelscn. Whenever he and his companions made a. sledge journey they niet again and again with uncom forta bly narrow escapes. Often the treacherous snow collaps ed beneath their feet and left them gasping on the edge of a deep ice fissure. Some of 4he snow bridges over wide crevasses are safe; others suddenly and unexpectedly break. Naturally it was not pleasant to crawl out on these bridges to test their strength before sending the dog team over. But it had to be done. Captain Mikkelsen tells the story of one such crossing: I pull myself together. tie a rope round my waist and give Iverson the other end. He sits down on the edge of the crevasse with his feet braced hard against the solid snow and hangs on to the rope, while 1 creep out slowly and cautiously dis tributing my weight over as large ...

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. — 7 September 1917

Where Will You Keep Your Car? Build a "Q G" Garage Heres an garage that's n dandy looker-it's ideal-notte etter = Itt has plent of room tt ihas a cork bec an I tw o totitl oinets Ill ~~a (onre rte ftloor. "(1(" lttiber 'nutd shingles-betst In the wsorld. It look at tht pictuet mre e in et 111a 1ook ait the plats. let :r give vo't ouir ettenti price. thefn btutld tt quictkliatt be tire pared for bad weiither. (live ytouar car a tiomie. lhdeHtere t it tmo r eutitd des rlption: Size, 1i2i0, 0-foot double doors give plenty of roome to drive through: eonretet fouindatttio and easily ceteined conicrete ftloor. Yon can wash you r ear insido and ithe floor wtil fdrs Ina Jiffy bteautse It stope's until dratuns In the front. There sire plenty of windows and lots of light. There's attdandystlork enhueieacttross onie endt. 'There are tw sst loll eutlbinets abovtie for totuts utnu extras. $Il ul1teriutl ithe test-striclty 'QGi." Price is bedrock. "QG" Garage No. 813. GiE YOUR CAR A "QG" IHOME-II...

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. — 7 September 1917

SEEKS AIRPLANE WOOD IN STATE ITALIAN AVIATION EXPERT IS VISITOR IN MONTANA ON RETURN FROM COAST. Declares Italy Leads World in Flying, Having Machines With Speed of Hundred and Fifty-Seven Miles Per Hour That Will Climb Thirty Thousand Feet; Fine Seaplanes. Major R. Perfetti, head of the Ital ian military commission for aeronau tics, spent some days in the Flathead country last week on his return east from a tour of Washington and Ore gon in a search for airplane wood. Major Perfetti was accompanied by two Italian business men of New York "About 90 per cent of the world's spruce comes from the Pacific coast, and the airplane industry relies on that source,' he said. For propel lore, black walnut is used, but it is becoming scarce and substitutes such as birch must be used. Every engine must have a dozen spare propellors, and as we now have machines with three engines, it becomes difficult to fill the demand. Montana has some woods that are suitable for a portion of airplane construc...

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. — 7 September 1917

® Our Nation's Tomorrow o Depends just as itmucl on how much waste you are transforming into say ings and production, as upon the ac ©° curacy of gun fire along the trench M lines. As a private in the great Thrift Army at home, make this bank your savings headquarters. RONAN STATE BANK A. J. BROWER, President. LEON BISHOP, Cashier. PAINTING Paper Hanging ----- AND----- Decorating Protect your house from the win ter storms by giving it a fresh coat os paint. The interior may also need renovating. See me for estimates and sam ples of work. S. H. ZUTTER QUALITY BAKERY All Kinds of Bread and Pastery Baked Daily YOUR PATRONAGEY SOLICITED -FOR AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE See Stanley Seearce CHRIS. J. HOESCHEN Licensed Embalmer Hearse in Connection ST. IGNATIUS, - MONTANA. .J F. O'BRIEN, Agent, RONAN In This Great Fruit Jar SPECIAL Profits are cut away that we may help iln this mighty important problem of home canning. We will help in every possible w ay. These fruit jar prices are but the beginn...

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. — 14 September 1917

STHE 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. VIII. NO. 20. RONAN, MISSOULA COUNTY, MONTANA, SEPTEMBER 14, 1917. $2.00 Per Year TABOR TOWNSITE SOLD AT AUCTION The entire townsite of the new town of Tabor nine miles southwest of Ro nan, was quickly disposed of to the highest bidders at a lot sale Monday, trader the supervision of duly author i<aed agents of the government. The townsite comprised 160 acres of very fine level land and was sur veyed and platted .into lots 50x140. Government appraisers inspected the lots last Friday and placed, in their c,,timation, a conservative value on the lots, but the opinion is that it was higher than was expected. They were bid in at from $40.00 to $200.00, a.,cording to location. Those who had "'equatted" on lots early in the season and had made improvements thereon were allowed the privilege of ...

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. — 14 September 1917

FEAST TROOPS IN MONTANA TOWNS VOLUNTEER COMMITTEES TO SEE THAT SOLDIER BOYS HAVE COMFORTS Will Be Served With Hot Coffee and Sandwiches by Red Cross, and En tertained in Other Ways by Citi zens of Towns Where Troop Trains Start. When the men Uncle Sam selects for his army are moved across the country this winter they will be feasted and feted at every stop on their journey by volunteers of the Red Cross under the direction of the canteen service, according to the an nouncement of A. R. Rogers of Min neapolis, northwest manager for the Red Cross, who was in Montana last week. For the states of Montana, North Dakota and South Dakota and Min nesota, Coler Campbell of Minneapo lis has been appointed head of the canteen department of the Red Cross, and he is starting a movement to have a definite body of volunteers in every town in this state, through which the troop trains will pass, and make certain that the soldiers will be met with hot coffee and sandwiches, and perhaps bands and an ...

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. — 14 September 1917

MOIESE VALLEY Miss Leta Young of Missoula, ar rived Friday and began teaching the North Moiese school Monday. Mrs. G. V. Geiger of Basin, is vis iting at the Geiger ranch. Joseph Johnson was in Ronan Wed nesday and Thursday on business. Miss Elsa Hooper has gone to Pol son to enter high school. Miss Norma Price went to St. Igna tius Monday and will make her home at the Joel Cushing residence while attending high school. J. B. Long, the contractor, made a business trip to Poison Sunday. At the business meeting of the Moiese club Friday evening, the chief topic under discussion was a new floor and such improvement will be decided upon by stock ballot at the next regular meeting, October 5th. Eight Molese families enjoyed a picnic at the Indian ferry Sunday. Mrs. Allen Margott from Avon, is the guest of her brother, E.' M. Keown, at the "K" ranch. Mrs. Ethel Higgins of Livingston, and Mrs. Louis Wyble of Lewistown, Montana, are visiting their father, James Auburn. Mrs. W. W. Francis, w...

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. — 14 September 1917

ITREASURE STATE FARM AND LOVESTOCKI COLTS It Will Pay Every Farmer Well to Keep Brood Mares and Raise Some Colts. One often meets with the argumen that it does not pay to keep mares of the farm, that when raising colts the: cannot do their share of the work an( that it is cheaper to buy geldings o: mules for farm operations than t( try and raise them. Such contentioi is not borne out by the experience o hundreds of farmers in this and othei states. While it is true that mares do no raise colts with the regularity thai cattle produce their offspring, anc also that when a mare does raise a colt she must have some rest at par turition time, still ,these two things by no means offset the work of the mare and the value of the foals that are raised. For all practical pur poses a mare can do just as much work on a farm as a gelding. Little Time Lost. When a mare raises a colt she can do practically as much work as the horse with the exception of the two or three weeks which she must have f...

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. — 14 September 1917

Business Men Build Hall for Boys Camp in Two Days; Don Overalls and Saw Wood In the completion of permanent building at the Henry Hall Johnson summer camp for boys at Wellwood Siding on the Great Northern, 67 miles south of Great Falls, the Power City Y. M. C. A. has one of the most beautiful sites for such an institu tion and an equipment surpassed by none in the northwest. Seventy'three boys enjoyed the privileges of the second summer camp, which has just closed. The building was constructed by members of the Rotary club, assisted by a number of Great Falls carp'rn ters, who volunteered their services. The club collected the funds needed and completed the structure in two Amateur Carpenters and a Few Regul ars Build This Structure in Two Days. days. It was designed by the late Henry Hall Johnson, who was killed in an automobile accident recently, and who was president of the Rotary club. In honor of him the camp was named. The building of this struc ture was one of the features of...

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. — 14 September 1917

THE RONAN PIONEER Issued every Friday at Ronan, Mis soula County, Montana, by M. B. Rathbone, publisher. Bpaee 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. It is the belief of officials that a very definite peace offer will come from Germany before winter and that the offer will suggest cessation of hostilities on a status quo basis. However, such an offer would be re jected by the entente statesmen, as is indicated by the president's re jection of the Pope's peace proposal, in which he stated that the accept ance of same would not demolish mil itary autocracy or insure democracy for the world and that the future peace and happiness hinges on Prus sianism being crushed to the earth. The allied newspapers' comment,s as well as national dispatches are to the effect that the Pope's proposal was directly inspired by the central powers and state that a new guar anty from ...

Publication Title: Ronan Pioneer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
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