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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ronan pioneer. — 19 October 1917

MONTANA IN FIGHT TO WIN GREAT WAR BY FOOD ROUTE By G. E. LaFollette, Publicity Director for Montana, U. S. Food Administration. To cut down the per capita con sumption of wheat in the United States from six and one-half bushels to four bushels, so that the export f that cereal may be increased for the allies and the American armies in Europe; to substitute for beef and pork, other meats, fish and sea food; to conserve fats and sugar and cut down the allowance of 90 pounds per capita of sugar to perhaps 60 pounds -in brief to make up the food short age abroad so that the war for demo cracy may be won and not lost, is the mission of the United States food administration which has launched a nation-wide campaign for Family En rollment week, October 21-28. During that week, Montana, through a district, county and pre cinct organization aims to have every householder in the state sign a food pledge card promising during the pe riod of the war, to conserve food and support the government ...

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. — 19 October 1917

a a OUR SERVICES Our equipment for the protection and safeguarding of money, and our facilities for the transaction of your banking business are respect fully offered to the people with the assurance that any trust given to BU this bank will be handled in a safe and fair minded manner. We assure you that strict privacy is maintained in all matters per taining to the affairs of our cus tomers. RONAN STATE BANK A. J. BROWER, President. LEON BISHOP, Cashier. MEALS SERVED AT THE COUNTER CAFE 35c and up Brown's Employment Agency and Pool Room All kinds of help furnished FRANK A. BROWN, Ronan, Mont. QUALITY BAKERY AND IFE All Kinds of bread and Pastery Baked Daily Meals, Short Orders and Lunches J. I. CARR, Prop. SCHRIS. J. HOESCHEN x Licensed Embalmer Hearse in Connection ST. IGNATIUS, - MONTANA. .J F. O'BRIEN, Agent, RONAN yz When Is " The young say "saving time" is say "saving time" is a little later. during EARNING TIME. You save GREEN TOMATOES Good smooth all green tomatoes now, for ...

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. — 26 October 1917

THE RONAN PIONEER k The Oldest Newspaper on the Flathead Indian Reservation Entered as "second-class matter May 12. 1910, at the poet office at Ronan. Montana. under the Act of March 3, 1879. VOL. VIII. NO. 26. RONAN, MISSOULA COUNTY, MONTANA, OCTOBER ,26 1917. $2.00 Per Year JOHN M. EVANS VISITS FLATHEAD Congressman John M. Evans was a visitor in Ronan Saturday. He re tently arrived in Missoula after the Slose of the long session at Washing 'mn, but expects to remain in Mon 1t'na only two weeks, after which he will return to Washington and make r'ady for the congressional session which convenes early in December. In a brief interview, Congressman Ivans stated: "We have just closed what is probably the most momentous - ssion ever hefd. The amounts of maoney appropriated and the war ^easures passed are such as have ;,ever before been presented for con cderation in the history of the Unit 1 States. But the people of the west K: not yet realize that we are in war, ad a very grave war w...

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. — 26 October 1917

ITREASURE STATE FARM AND LIVESTOCK BOY GARDENERS MAKE BIG RECORD PRODUCE SIXTY-FIVE THOUSAND DOLLARS' WORTH OF VEGETABLES. School Board at Billings Employs Agriculturist to Superintend the Work of Home Gardening and to Boost Conservation of Food Sup ply-Results Satisfactory. Sixty-five thousand dollars worth of vegetables grown in its home gar dens is Billings' answer to the gov ernment's request that everyone should plant a garden. When the cry for greater food production was raised last spring, Billings was one of the first cities to start a gardening campaign. The older folks were reached through posters and newspaper ar tides and O. G. Romney was appoint ed by the school board to encourage the growth of the gardening idea among the boys. Mr. Romney, when asked about the results of the sum mer's work, said that he had been much surprised by the diligence of the boys in caring for their gardens and by the amount and quality of the vegetables produced. Out of the 110 entries in 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. — 26 October 1917

PIONEER EDITOR, WHO ESCAPED DUEL WITH GENERAL MEAGHER MOLDED SENTIMENT AND PRINTED NEWS UNDER DIFFmCULTIES Fifty years ago, in the spring of 1867, Henry N. Blake, editor of the Montana Post, the pioneer in terri tkrial journalism, scored the first newspaper victory in a fight for lib erty and justice, and against uncon stitutional government. It followed a controversy that had lasted for more than two years, and while the battle was marked by a lack of com ment and an absence of hot and in flammable articles it had its stirring incidents, one of which nearly re sulted in a duel between the editor and the acting governor, General Thomas Francis Meagher. In those exciting days the editorial pen wielded an influence that has not been sutrpasged in Treasure State journalism. The opinions of the newspaper publisher carried great weight and were more carefully read by the pioneers than were other departments of the weekly press. So in the establishment of law and order and in laying the f...

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. — 26 October 1917

THE RONAN PIONEER !Isued 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. A GOOD RECORD Six months ago we were ready to declare war, but were about as ready to fight as a new-born babe. We had a ridiculously small army, an inade quate navy, a total lack of industrial organization for war purposes, a cha otic transportation system, no plan of action, only a general desire to lick Germany, and a feeling that we could do it. Today we have in France more troops than our whole army amounted to six months ago. We have over 1,000,000 men under arms, with our military plant in effective operation and the assurance of turning out a total of more than 2,000,000 within a year. We have more than doubled the personnel of our navy. We have finished building scores of war ves sels and started hundreds...

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. — 26 October 1917

MOTESE VALLEY Mr. and Mrs. Leon Thomas and baby motored to Wallace, Idaho, on Monday, where they will make their home. G. H. Giles of Butte was here on Monday to look after his ranch be fore leaving for California to spend the winter. Mrs. Albert McAuley, who under went a serious operation in Missoula Saturday, is improving. Frank Long of Poison, has arrived to assist C. B. Long with his con tract on the ditch work. The horses belonging to E. S. Smith and Henry Hendrickson are somewhat improved at this writing. Mr. and Mrs. Will Fagan and Mr. and Mrs. Oleson of Wallace, Idaho, visited here on their way to Iowa to spend the winter. The trip was made by auto. On Sunday, C. E. Randols called to order a meeting of the Molese Fair association to settle up all matters relating to the past fair. E. J. Price donated all cash prizes he received from his garden to the fair associ ation and besides this sum, there is a balance of $16.50 in the treasury. The officers elected for the following y...

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. — 26 October 1917

State Gives More Than Loan of '76; Nation Spends Weekly Sum Equal Cost of Revolution Montana's subscription to the sec ond Liberty Loan of 1917, when the figures are all in, will undoubtedly be larger than the first great liberty loan authorized by the Continental Congress in 1776. The United States is spending every week now more money than the entire cost of the American Revolution. The $5,000,000,000 in subscrip tions expected to the new loan will equal approximately $500,000,000, in excess of the cost of all the wars our nation has had from its begin ning. The highest point reached by our public debt previous to the pres ent year was $2,846,000,000, owed or. September 1, 1865, at the close of the Civil War. We are about to subscribe more money than that in the second liberty loan and offered more than that at the liberty loan campaign last summer. Our present war financing would sound like a fairy tale to Alexander Hamilton who wrestled with the problem of establishing the infan...

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. — 26 October 1917

Announcement-Velie Offers Nine New Body Styles V ELIE body building has long been werld-famed for durability -for grace of design-for lasting mirror finish. In this new series Velie builders have outdone themselves. Increased room, extra depth, genuine leather, curled hair upholstery, comfort, luxury and style. The continuance of the wonderfully successful Velie chassis with powerful Red Seal Continental motor, Timken Five open and four enclosed models axles and bearings throughout, multiple disc clutch and manyother from $1265 to $2400. Value features of equal merit, assures the utmost in mechanical value. unexpected in cars of such prices. Ask for a convincing demonstration now while you can get prompt delivery. Don't wait. VELIE MOTORS CORPORATION MOLINE, ILLINOIS 11 S&passenger Touring, $1265 A. P. HEANEY, State Distributor First Ave. No. and Fourth St. Phone 6203 Great Falls, Mont. FOOD FROM WEST TO HELP NATION MONTANANS URGED TO PARTICI PATE IN DUTIES OF PLEDGE WEEK. Must ...

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. — 26 October 1917

0 .:- TAX ES --:  N   a We have been designated D as a place where the people a of Ronan and vicinity can a pay taxes. o RONAN STATE BANK A. J. BROWER, President. LEON BISHOP. Cashier. o::a n@:: m:aon::a n :: a :: MEALS SERVED AT THE COUNTER CAFE 35c and up Brown's Employment Agency and Pool Room All kinds of help furnished FRANK A. BROWN, Ronan, Mont. JQUALITY BAKERY AND All Kinds of Bread and Pastery Baked Daily Meals, Short Orders and Lunches J. I. CARR, Prop. CHIS. J. HOESCHEN f Licensed f Embalmer Hearse in Connection ST. IGNATIUS, - MONTANA. J F. O'BRIEN, Agent, RONAN A GOOD APPLE BARGAIN THE FAVORITE FRUIT FOR ALL THE FAMILY The children always want apples to take to school. Then there are the pies, sauce, dumplings, etc. You'll find a box very convenient now. Fancy new Wealthy and Maiden Blus h Apples, good color, splendid family apples, per box....... .......$1.65. pounds for ...... ............25c RONAN HONEY SALMON Pint jars ..... ............... .4. . ink salmon, tall ca...

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. — 2 November 1917

THE RONAN PIONEER k The Oldest New e'tuer 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. 27. RONAN, MISSOI 71.A COUNTY, MONTANA, NOVEMBER 2. 1917. $2.00 Per Year KALISPELL ENTER TAINS K. .CLODGE The fourth annual drive of candi *lates for initiation into the secrets if the Knights of Columbus was held n the Masonic temple at Kalispell ast Sunday. Thirty-three new mem jers were initiated. A large delega lon from Missoula, Ronan, St. Igna Zius were in attendance, chartering he Klondyke for the trip across the ake and cars from Somers to Kalis )ell and return. Owing to the storm :he Missoula bunch failed to make It ver Evaro and were forced to return ro Missoula and take the train. The members and their ladies were .11 royally entertained by the Kalis Hell lodge and the trip was one to be cng remembered. Those going from 'ionan were: Messrs. and Mesdames Arthur Bouchard...

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. — 2 November 1917

CON OREM, POONEER PUGDLIST OF MONTANA, LOST ONE CHAMPIONSHOP BATTLE THROUGH POSTOL POONTED AT HEAD OF THE REFEREE Is the squared circle a thing of the s past in Montana? p If pugilism has gone forever, ban- e ned and barred, it is of interest, at r least, to know that it was a prize- v fighter-and one of the best ones, N too, who ever vaulted over a rope- a who started the movement that re- t sulted in the establishment by Presi dent Lincoln of the territory of Mon- a tana, the same being carved out of r what in the early 60's was Idaho. J Con Orem, dead and gone these r many years, was the man who is cre- r dited with first having given voice to v the idea of a separate territory in cluding the boundaries of what is r now Montana. It was this same Con t Orem, who, by the way, died in Butte a a quarter of a century ago, who N fought the famous battle of 185 1 rounds t*o a draw with Hugh O'Neill in Virginia City in January, 1863. 1 Pioneers still living, who resided in t Qld Virginia...

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. — 2 November 1917

Don't put on the roof un u invest at Certain teed Is guaranteed for 5, 10 or 15 years accord ing to thickness(1, 2 or 8 ply). It is poor economy to save money by substituting tain-f something Inferior, but Wouldn't you like to save on cost if Sate Surfaced Shingles you could get something better? are supplanting wood and C erta in -teed slate eshingles esjsfor residences. Certain-teed Cotlss :nt sgodlok _____ao aWear better, won't tall off, are fire-retardant, need Roof ing no painting or staining. Before its merits were recognized, roll roofing was regarded " a: a more or less temporary roof-but now Certain-teed has-t d demonstrated that it Is not only a most durable roof, but teed also the most efficient. It is economical to buy, inexpensive Paints and Varnishes to lay and costs practically nothing to maintain. It is light- The name Certain-teed on a weight, clean, sanltary , fire-retardant, weather-tight, It is can of either Is the same now the prcfcrable type of roof for all bui...

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. — 2 November 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. WHAT PRICES CAN BE FIXED? There has been much discussion as to what prices the Food Administra tion can fix. Prices have been fixed on coal and wheat by authority con ferred by the food control legislation. Prices have also been fixed on iron and its products but not under the food control law. This was done by agreement with the iron and steel industries and is voluntary on their part. The food control legislation con fers power on the president to fix prices on coal and if necessary to buy and sell It. It also confers au thority to buy and sell, and there fore fix prices on wheat, flour meal, beans and potatoes. These are the only articles over which the presi dent is given the price fixing power. The president ...

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. — 2 November 1917

MOIESE VALLEY C. O. Lundholm and Albert Mc Auley made a business trip to Ro nan Friday last. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Randels were in Ronan shopping Friday. Mrs. Albert McAuley, who recent ly underwent a serious operation at St. Patrick's hospital in Missoula, is doing as well as could be expected Mr. McAuley returned to Missoula on Saturday. William Felland returned home af ter Mrs. Felland had been pronounced out of danger at the hospital in Missoula this week. On Monday R. C. Brown removed his mother's remains from Molese to the Dixon cemetery. At the time of Mrs. Brown's death there was 'io bur ial ground and she was laid to rest ou her son's homestead. Mr. Brown was assisted in this tasik by 0. 1!. Durham, G. J. Geiger, Nelk Marten, Ray Reynolds and Chas. fanlels. Mrs. Joseph Johnson is ill at her ranch home in Moiese. Vance and Lozeau, who Piave t. coo tr:'et 'X.r moving dirt on the high line ditch, have almost eoarplit il tae north ern of the job. H. C. Fullerton went to Missoula 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. — 2 November 1917

TREASURE STATE FARM AND LDVESTOCKI KEEP BOOKS ON THE FARM Farm accounts are of value to the Montana farmer because they give him a better knowledge of his busi ness and enable him to operate his farm on a more profitable basis, showing him what pays and what re sults in a loss. Every farmer should keep books on his operations so that he may have an accurate account of everything he does. The trouble with many farmers is that they fail to take cognizance of the fact that farming is a business the same as banking or running a store, and business methods are just as important for the farmer as for any other business man. The farmer, who keeps books, usually is the one who makes the most money and the largest success. Interest on Investment. The farmer has two things at work to return him an income on his farm. These are his investment and labor. His investment should return him a fair rate of interest and if it does not he would be better off financially if he put it out at interest an...

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. — 2 November 1917

ONVALOD YOUTH, WHOM DOCTORS CONDEMNED TO EARLY DEATH, BECAME GREATEST OF MONTANA SCOUTS AND ONDOANFIGHTERS Ill health and a poor constitution made William T. Hamilton an Indian fighter and frontiersman. Sickness forced him at the age of 20 to give up living as a social favorite in St. Louis and forego a career of business and professional service to rough it on the western plains and in the Rocky mountains. In search of health, after physi cians had declared he had only a few years more at the most to live, he gave up a home of wealth an I luxury and all the advantages that money could buy and in the spring of 1842 set forth on a hunting, trapping and Indian trading trip. Some of the associates of Bill Will iams and Jack Perkins, who com manded the party, which consisted of eight free trappers, protested against the taking of so slender and frail a youngster as Hamilton, believing that he would get sick on their hands and that during the journey he would prove an encumbrance and pro...

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. — 2 November 1917

Civilian Patriots Although no blast of bugles her alds the event, many patriotic civ LI ilians are being recruited to the army of thrift. The service is not severe. It is practical training in money prudence. Enlist your dol lars here, where they will promptly respond to your command and meanwhile are earning interest. RONAN STATE BANK A. J. BROWER, President. LEON BISHOP, Cashier. MEALS SERVED AT THE COUNTER CAFE 35c and up Brown's Employment Agency and Pool Room All kinds of help furnished FRANK A. BROWN, Ronan, Mont. SQUALITY BAKERY AND j CAFE All Kinds of Bread and " Pastery Baked Daily Meals, Short Orders and Lunches J. I. CARR, Prop. CHRIS. J. HOESCHEN Licensed Embalmer Hearse in Connection ST. IGNATIUS, - MONTANA. .J F. O'BR IEN, Agent, RONAN :rf.fý:?~rtGtf:Eý.'Nýý':HE4ECN0 folriet The Past*- Beg i An e w Worrying over what has hIi ppeInIdl wiill not corect the errors of the past. Better begin anew. Adopt certain well d(eined policies of saving, then follow them to the letter...

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. — 9 November 1917

THE RONAN PIONEER The Oldest Newspaper on the Flathead Indian Reservation Entered as second-class matter May 12, 1910, at the poet office at Ronan. Montana. under the Act of March 3, 1871. VOL. VIII. NO. 28. RONAN, MISSOULA COUNTY, MONTANA, NOVEMBER 9, 1917. $2.00 Per Year MISSOULA COUNTY TO RAISE $3,000 Commencing Sunday morning next, Nov. 11, an eight day campaign will no waged in Missoula county to raise x,000, which is this county's quota aeked for the national war fund of :me Y. M. C. A. $350,00,000 is the sunm toe nation expects to raise by popular * ibscription and the money will be n;ed entirely for the extension of oureational agencies among the al Ad soldiers. 1. H. Toole, now of Missoula, hlt hiko formerly lived near Leon, is <i .eting t'his campaign for Missonla ;linty, and will be in Ronan Sunday ght and will speak at the Gaiety taetre for a few minutes during the -.1w, explaining the urgent need of s sun to continue the services of Y. lx. C. A. work. 'iir. Toole is ...

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. — 9 November 1917

REPRISALS OF BLOOD INDIANS BLOTTED OUT OPHIR, RIVER TOWN OF EARLY DAYS WHOCH ASPIRED TO BENTON'S PLACE Blood Indians, on reprisal bent, put a check on the ambitions of Ophir, a little town that was founded at the mouth of the Marias river, fif ty years ago, and which aspired to be come the rival of Fort ,Benton. They killed about half of the promoters and frightened the rest away, and the river laurels that were old Fort Benton's remained with her until the coming of the railroad and the conse quent decline of river traffic. In 1864 Fort Benton was in the heydey of her river prosperity. She was the head of navigation on the Missouri, and the water gateway of all the great northwest. The river below her was alive with stern wheel steamers of light draft, carrying ad venturers and supplies into the new land. Detachments of troops and government supplies came up the river and cleared for the remote places. Men made rich by a season's success in the placer mines made the place their ren...

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