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What amount you earn, whether it be ten dollars a week or ten dollars a day-the fact still remains, that some part of your income should be saved. This bank will be glad to assist you in saving for the future. RONAN STATE BANK A. J. BROWER, President. W. S. HOLLINGSWORTH, Vice-President. GEO. E. BROUGHTON, Cashier. LEON BISHOP, Assistant-Cashier. JEWELRY that proclaims the re finement, dignity and character of the wearer-it tells its own story in its own way. By the jewelry she wears ths woman is judged. The choicest assortments of rich, fash ionable jewelry, the dignified, ele gant kind, are here-diamond rings, thin model watches, LaValliers, fobs, brooches, bracelets. Everything the woman of taste admires. Kohn Jewelry Co., MISSOULA, MONT. Jewelers and Opticians WANTS, FOR SALE, ETC Baled Hay for Sale at Campbell's barn. 51-2 Oats and barley for sale. -J. D. Lar son. 52 WANTED--1000 chickens. Highest market price paid. --0. K. Restaurant. FOR SALE-200 bushel of Velvet Chaff wheat, 65c per bushel, at my ranch 8 miles west of Ronan. 2-3-p Carl Malec. We Will Buy Dressed hogs any day. Bring them in.---Brower & Hollingsworth. 42 Heifers For Sale A few fresh heifers, with or without calves. See James Grant, 2 tf Ronan, Montana. The Bigelow Photo Studio from this date, well be open for bus` ness, Thursday, Friday and Sat urday only, of each week until further notice. 51tf The Skuffers Foot Form Shoes for Children The shoes that you are looking for for your children to wear. No more corns for the children. Extension Soft Sole, and each pair guaranteed to give satisfaction. They come in Patent Leath ers, Gun Metals, Tan, White and Smoked Nubuck. Sizes 5 to 12. Exclusive agency for Ronan. 20c Boys' Scott Hosiery, for children, Special --------------- 15c Children's and Misses' $1.50 to $2.50 Low Shoes, Special Sale - -5c 94 pairs of Children's and Misses' $1.50 to $2.50 Low Shoes, all leathers and styles, brok en lines bul nearly all sizes, E width, Special sale only- - -- - We have also the exelusive agency for the W. L. Douglass Shoes for Men THE SHOE OF QUALITY A Popular Shoe at a Popular Price $3, $3.50, $4, $4.50, $5 White Early Potatoes, good ones, at 75c per hundred by the sack TO REDUCE THE COST OF LIVING. USE [tNkt ROS. (ASH STORE Try a Dairy Lunch at the 0 K. G. E. Whiteman was up from Dixon Tuesday, Young roosters and old fat hens wanted. Any amount. - Ronan Market. 45 Mrs. J. C. Denny was up from Leon Tuesday making arrange ments to make commutation proof. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Courville, of St. Ignatius, were in Ronan last Friday, the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Stinger. D. A. Dellwo and wife left yesterday for Pendleton, Oregon, for the summer where Mr. Dellwo will follow combine har vester work. Thor Rosegg, who was injured at Post A camp last week, was in town the first of this week, hav ing so far recovered as to be able to get around with the aid of crutches. There will be a special meeting of the Farmers Union on Sunday, May 10th, at 2 p. m., at the Glacier View school house. Mat ters of importance to come up. J. F. OLSON, Pres. Hom Gee, formerly cook at the Sterling, and well known to most of the people around Ronan, has opened a restaurant and noodle parlor upstairs at No. 121 Higgins Ave., Missoula, and invites all his reservation friends to call and see him when in the city. -Adv. Deputy Game Warden Kennedy was up from Missoula the first of the week investigating a rumor that somebody was dynamiting fish near the concrete drop on Post creek. The trout are now going up stream to spawn and the drops are holding them back. It is said that a great number of fine large trout may be seen there daily working their way up. NOTICE Hereafter all notices of en tertainments, where an ad mission fee is charged, will be accepted in the Pioneer only as advertisements and must be paid for at current rates. This will also include cards of thanks and obituary notices. No de viation from this rule will be made in the future. Chris Vandenburg has bought the J. D. Van Liew place in 21-20, consisting of 80 acres. The ladies' aid will meet next Thursday afternoon with Mrs. C. F. Rathbone, at the usual hour. Barney Bassette has bought the Chas. Dorris lots in Smead addition adjoining the lots he already owns. Geo. W. Kerns who has a ranch near Leon, but who is now living in Wallace, was a Ronan visitor Wednesday. H. E. Stansbury has purchased the Imp cyclecar of Joe Bouchard and the latter will buy a touring car in a short time. Mathias B. Jager, C. M. Suth erland, both of 21-21, and Claude W. Wagner of 20-21, made com munation proof last Saturday. Joe Farrell of Missoula, a brother of Mrs. A. M. Sterling and Geo. Farrell, visited here this week. He came Wednesday. Mrs. Rose Dupuis was granted a divorce from Frank Dupuis in the district court at Missoula last week. There was no defense made to the action. Jeff Edmondson, his son Clar ence, Carl Holm and A. L. Craw ford made a trip to Missoula on Tuesday in the former's Ford, returning Wednesday. The lumber is now on the ground for a new building be tween the Pioneer office and the Ronan Meat market, and as soon ar there is a demand for the building it will be erected. From all accounts the rain and snow of Sunday last covered almost the entire reservation. It was a general rain and the ground received a good soaking. The snow disappeared before noon except in a few places and all the water went into the soil. Since the rain the first of the week it has kept those in town who have such a thing as a lawn, pretty busy with a lawn mower. Quite a number of Ronan resi dents are proud of their lawns and are exerting themselves to have them remain beautiful. W. G. Hyer has sold his ranch near the Flathead river in 21-21 to W. M. Kinney, the transaction having been consumated Tuesday last. Mr. Heyer will sell his per sonal property at public sale on the 16th, after which himself and Mrs. Heyer will remove to Cali fornia. T. L. Bateman was up from Ravalli Saturday last and while here stated that he was assembl ing his teams and wagons pre paratory to operations in Glacier park this season. He expects to have his outfit there by the first of June, as the season in the park opens on June 15th. A. Sutherland returned Sunday last from a trip to Butte and Anaconda. He accompanied a son, A. Sutherland of PoIson, to Butte, where the latter is in a hospital receiving treatment for brain trouble. He also attended the state Sunday school conven tion at Anaconda while away. Dr. W. R. Sheen is having the ground cleared for the erection of a residence on his homestead near the mountain east of town. After a struggle lasting over two years the Doctor was allowed an approved homestead entry for 80 acres which had heretofore been classed as timber land and when he has cleared the land of the stumps he will have one of the best places in this section. The soil is deep and with two creeks crossing it, it is well supplied with water. Spencer Sterling, one of the efficient clerks in the A. M. Ster ling Co. store, will leave on June 1st, for Portland, Maine, to enter the employ of a large wholesale grocery concern, he having accepted a lucrative posi tion with them. Spencer's many friends here will regret to see him leave but wish him well in his new surroundings. The annual Mothers' Day ser vices will be held at the forks of Crow and Mud creeks next Sun day. The morning services will commence at 11 and a picnic din ner will be served at noon. The Epworth League will hold a ser vice at 2 o'clock, followed by the Mothers' Day sermon. The even ing service will be held in Ronan at 8 p. m. There will be no ser vices at Glacierview. Little Jack Crawford met with another accident the first of the week. His mother was carrying him across the street when she fell and threw Jack against a fence post. His leg was serious ly injured and he has not been able to use it since. Dr. Putney was called and attended to the injury and says that while the leg was not broken it received a bad strain which will take time to re lieve. MONTANA SUFFRAGISTS WERE BUSY, MAY 2 Votes for Women was the slogan throughout Montana, Sat urday, May 2nd. Governor Stewart made a big hit when he set aside May 2nd as Woman's Day. Thousands of the fair feminines took part in the suf frage demonstration throughout the state. Following are a few that have reported: In Butte an automobile parade, the stores decorated, a round-up in front of the court house, with W. J. McCormick, of Missoula, speaker, and a chorus of one hundred girls. In Livingston, a number of local attorneys delivered addresses to a large meeting and the ball was kept rolling both afternoon and evening, White Sulphur Springs, a card party to raise money. Deer Lodge, an open-air meet ing and picture show. Glendive, an automobile parade of cars driven by women and led by a brass band, and a large meeting with Miss Jane Thomson of Chicago, as speaker. Forsyth, a food sale and a special edition of the Forsyth Times, Big Timber, a public reception with program. Helena, a mass meeting in the auditorium, a chain of teas and a large central tango tea. Missoula, a meeting on the court house steps with Mrs. Tyler Thompson, Miss Mary Stewart and Miss Rankin as speakers, with a brass band. Back to the Woods. The Bug-Whither goest thou, broth er? The Cricket-Well, you've heard of the cricket on the hearth? There ain't no more hearths around here, so I've got to emigrate. Snaps in Land FOR RENT 160 acres good land, all under cultiva tion, good buildings, no foul land, creek on two sides, 6 miles out. $1.50 per a. FOR SALE Patented 80. Private water right, all under cultivation, good well and wind mill, 5-room house, barn for 12 horses, bearing orchard, chicken house and granary, not under reclamation. A snap. For above and many others see BAILEY & HULL, Ronan, Mont. Money Talks You will be surprised how far a dollar will go in our Grocery department. Money talks, and spot cash makes the loudest noise with us of anything we know. Canned Meats Canned Vegetables Veal Loaf ----------- . 20 Corn, Peas, Beans and Deviled Ham--------.10 Tomatoes 2 for------- .25 Vienna Sausage------ .15 Campbell's Soups 2 for .25 Shilling's Coffee, Tea and Spices, Are Always Best. Shredded Wheat .15 Corn Flakes 2 for- . . .25 Macaroni 2 for----- .25 Spagetti " " .25 Empson Pork and Beans 15 cent size now _ 10c 20 cent size now- -- 15c Armour's Preserves, in Glass Raspberries, Strawberries, Pine Apple Regular 20 cent size now 15 cents " 40 " " " 30 Pure Bitter Root Honey 40c per pint Fresh Vegetables Every Friday A. M. Sterling Co. THE OLD RELIABLE STORE All Kodak work for the Bige low Studio may be left at the Owl drug store on the days when the studio is closed. 51tf Public Sale Having sold my ranch and having no further need of my stock and ma chinery, I will sell at public sale to the highest bidder, at my place 11 miles west and 3 miles north of Ronan, on the Flathead river at what is known as the Horse Shoe Bend, on THURSDAY, MAY 14 Commencing at 10 o'clock, the follow ing described goods and chattels: 20-Head of Dairy Stock-20 6 head of choice young Jersey milch cows, some fresh and others to calve soon; 6 head of one and two year old Jersey heifers; 1 cow and one heifer; 5 head of yearling steers; 1 Jersey bull, three years old. 11-- Head of Horses -11 1 span of sorrel mares, 7 years old, weight about 1150; one black mare, broke single or double, 6 years old, weight 1150; 1 grey mare, 3 years old, broke to ride or drive, weight 1100; 1 saddle horse, single footer, weight 900; 2 head of good work horses; 1 2-year old filley; 1 2-year old gelding; 1 yearling filley; 1 sorell gelding weight 1150. Hogs Three registered Duroc Jersey brood sows; 5 2-months-old pigs; 2 common sows, 1 with 7 pigs. Chickens 3 dozen pure bred White Orphington chickens; 2 dozen pure bred White Leghorn chickens; 2 dozen; common chickens. Machinery and Household Goods 1 3%j Mitchell wagon; 1 Bain wagon; 1 2-seated spring wagon; 1 John Deere 16 in. sulky plow; 1 cultivator; 1 bob sled; 1 spring wagon; 2 sets work har nes and 1 set buggy harness, all good; complete set of household furniture; 1 No. 12 DeLaval crean separator, new. TERMS: $25.00 and under, cash. Over $25.00 a credit to Oct. 1, 1914, will be given on bankable notes. 5% discount for cash over $25.00. Lunch at Noon W. G. HEYER A. J. BROWER, Clerk. Z. B. SILVER, Auctioneer PYL CE. E CU2IT Y «TABILITY TOP to consider what a GOOD BANK ACCOUNT INSURES. The business man can employ the best help and insure SERVICE. Deo pression may come in his line, but his big CASH ON HAND means SECURITY. The ne line of credits may be drawn tight, but none will question his STABILITY. Give your business SERVICE, SECURITY and STABILITY with your bank deposits. The First National Bank Parties desiring real estate loans may find me hereafter at the Sterling hotel, Ronan, every Saturday. -Robert Bennett. adv.. If you want to buy, sell lease or rent, or insure your buildings against fire, see Bailey & Hull, they will fix you out. LUMBER (heap Sheeting _$11.00 Dimension 12.00 Per M. Boards _ 13.00 This lumber is on the old Stinger place on Mud creek. John J. Rogers J. B. BEAR JEWELER REPAIRING OF ALL KINDS First door east Bee Hive Restaurant RONAN, MONTANA, Boots and Shoes Made to Order All Kinds of Repairing MORRIS PLATTMAN First door west of Lemire Bros.