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WE WILL BUY IT PAYS TO READ
EVERYTHING THE BIG STORE
YOU PRODUCE ADS
PEACE IS CHEAP
THE Big Store is a strong advocate-of peace---peace 7RS6 IN
with honor. Kingdoms and monarchies must fol- 1K
low the mandates of their rulers and the masses must
suffer all the horrors and deprivations that ensue. Barb
ed wire plays a big part in the defenses and many sol
diers meet their end in vain attempts to pierce their ,,
entanglements. We handle barbed wire and woven
wire fencing, not as contraband of war, but as merch
andise upon which we make a fair profit and which we any pig. A few strands of barbed wire on top will
recommend as one of the safest and cheapest methods keep out other stock. Peace is cheap; don't delay.
of insuring peace and tranquility in our own home com- We have just unloaded two car loads at Ravalli. We
munity. Why do neighbors fuss and feel grieved at each quote delivered in Ronan:
other? Nine times out of ten it is due to poor fencing No. 726 Hog Tight Fencing, per rod, $ .35
and trespass of stock. No. 1948 All Purpose fencing, " .60
Painted Barbed wire, per cwt. - - 3.75
J Our No. 726 Hog Tight fence is guaranteed to turn Galvanized wire, per cwt. - - 4.25
"You Should Worry"
41 The world looks bright and lovely to the autoist when his car runs smooth. It
is nice to sit on your binder and listen to the smooth machinery and the regular
click of the bundle packer as it discharges the golden grain. But trouble comes to
the most careful. The man who runs a Deering binder only smiles. He knows his
repair is waiting for him at the "Big Store." No costly delay and loss from over
ripe grain or hired hands waiting. Deering machinery is the lightest running, long
est lived binder on the market, true and tried. We sell them, also twine and all
kinds of harvest supplies.
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 upstairs in the RONAN, MONT.
Scearce Building
A. K. RESNER, M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
EYES CORRECTLY FITTED WITH GLASSES
Office: Upstairs in Scearce Block.
RONAN - - MONTANA
A. SUTHERLAND
Attorney at Law
Special attention given to collections.
Second Door North of Ronan State Bank
RONAN, - - MONTANA
JOHN E. FUHRER, M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Office:- Next door to the Ronan State Bank.
Telephone:- Office 241; Residence 361.
RONAN, MONTANA.
DR. W. R. SHEEN
Dentist
Office third door north of Ronan State
Bank.
RONAN, MONT.
E. H. RATHBONE,
U. S. Commissioner
Transacts all kinds U. S. land busi
ness and prepares legal papers.
Pioneer Office. Ronan, Mont.
05118
Notice for Publication.
Department of the Interior, U. S.
Land Office at Missoula, Montana,
May 24, 1915. Notice is hereby given
that Charles W. T. Estes, of PoIson, Mon
tana, who on Dec. 6, 1913, made hd
entry No 05118, for Unit B, NW3
SW- Sec. 4, T. 21 N., R. 20 W. M.
M., has filed notice of intention to
make commutation proof under new
law, to establish elaim to the land
above described, before Frank C. Bail
ey, a U. S. Commissioner, at PoIson,
Montana, on the 28th day of June, 1915.
Claimant names as witnesses: George
Farrell, Victor McAllister, Byron Arm
strong, Charles Bowdish, all of Poison,
Montana.
FRANK M. M'HAFFIE
may 28 June 25 Relter.
Non-coal land, Flathead Proect.
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SPECIAL PRIZES
BY RONAN FIRMS
(Continued from page 1)
prizes are also offered, includes
the territory south of the line
between townships 19 and 20 as
Ifar as and including Ravalli.
F. M. Lawrence, secretary of
the Missoula county fair, will
prepare and arrange all exhibits
free of charge.' He will also
visit each district as often as pos
sible during the summer and
render any assistance possible in
the preparation of exhibits, and
after the county fair will pack
and ship the best we have to the
state fair and look after it after
its arrival in Helena.
Get busy. Give your very best
attention to the raising of one or
more articles for exhibit. You
can win enough to make it an
object besides showing the out
side world that the Flathead can
not be excelled in any country in
the raising of grain, grasses,
fruits and vegetables.
France hails America as a
saviour of humanity, which
sounds good and tickles us might
ily. But in the meantime let us'
adopt measures to save America
first. It's a man's job, and will
require many men to put it over.
Mexico is creeping into the
headlines again.
Woman's love is like the sea
you never touch bottom.
PRACTICAL HEALTH HINT.
Feeding the Baby.
Dr. Abralham .IJcobi, the noted
New York physician, speaking
about feeding babies, said: 4
"Breast fed children show a
heavy prepl)onderance in the
'live' statistics column.
"Most wonmn can nurse, but it
is not known generally. how
many (0o inot.
"Do not feed the b)al)y every ,
'time it cries. Its feet nmay )e
cold, or it may see something
that frightens it.
"A baby needs feeding right
after its Iirth. It imust have
lots of water at once. W\\hen it
* loses a pound or two it needs
water. M1ilk is not a drink. but
* a food. Unless given plenty of
water kidney stones are likely to
* develop.
"Boll water for babies and
* keep it in bottles. IIave it as
cool as you please.
* "Give no raw milk. Boil it
until the first bubbles appear; ,
then take it off and keep it cool.
If boiled too long it is ruined.
Take off the skin of boiled milk.
That contains the germs. Milk
boiled too long leads to infantile
"Too much undiluted milk
causes fat. Barley and oatmeal
may be used to dilute the milk.
They make muscle and strength.
At six months of age the bnby
needs iron, as that which it had
at birth has been used up.
"Teething is not a disease.
During that period cool the in
" fant's mouth frequently with
water."
02070
Notice for Publication.
Department of the Interior. U. S.
Land Office, at Missoula, Montana,
June 7, 1915. Notice is hereby given
that Erick Johnson of Ronan, Montana,
who, on May 16, 1910, made hd entry
No. 02070, for Unit D, Lots 4, 5, Sec.
6, T. 20 N., R. 20 W., M. M., has
filed notice of intention to make com
mutation proof under old law, to estab
lish claim to the land above described,
before E. H. Rathbone, a U. S. Com
missioner at Ronan, Montana, on the
26th day of July, 1915. Claimant
names as witnesses: William Orchard,
John J. Smith, Edgar L. McConnell,
Knute E. Johnson, all of Ronan, Mon
tana,
FRANK M. M'HAFFIE,
Non-coal land. Flathead Project.
june 11-july 9
Advertised Letters
The following letters remain
uncalled for in the postoffice at
Ronan, Montana. When calling
for same please say "advertised."
M, Nellie Cormody.
A. M. STERLING, P. M.
June 10, 1915.
02065
Notice for Publication.
Department of the Interior, U. S.
Land Office at Missoula, Montana,
June 1, 1915. -Notice is hereby given
that Anders Bergquist, of Ronan, Mon
tana, who, on May 16, 1910, made hd
entry No. 02065, for Unit B, W' NE4i,
Sec. 21, T. 21 N., R. 20 W. M. M.,
has filed notice of intention to make
commutation proof under old law to
establish claim to the land above
described before E. H. Rathbone, a U.
S. Commissioner, at Ronan, Montana,
on the 19th day of July, 1915. Claimant
names as witnesses: John W. Vance,
James Farrow, Andrew Eck, John
Bishop, all of Ronan, Montana.
FRANK M. McHAFFIE,
june 4 july 2 Register.
Non-coal land. Flathead project.
A. Sutherland
Dealer in
Real Estate
Insurance: Only firstclass com
panies represented.
Notary Public: Conveyancing,
neatly promptly and correctly
attended to:
$6,000 A 125 acre irrigated hay
ranch, 6 miles north of Bigfork; fairly
well improved; yields a $1.000 crop
every year.
$500: To loan on real estate.
400 Acres near Ronan to lease.
Cheap.
Ronan Choice building lot on
north side at $225.00
Large well built house and lot.
$1250.00
House 14 x 24 and lot on the north
side $425.
Two room house and two lots
(one a corner lot) cheap $700.00
Call and list your property and I will
find you buyers. If interested watch
this adv. for frequent. changes.
Ronan, Montana.
04703
Notice for Publication.
Department of the Interior, U. S.
Land Office at Mlssoula, Montana,
May 15, 1915.- Notice is hereby given
that Otto Bauer. of Ronan, Mon
tana, who, on July 14, 1913, made hd
entry No. 04703 for Unit E, E,'
SE!4, SW!4 SE'4, Sec. 18, T. 20
N., R. 20 W. M. M., has filed notice of
intention to make commutation
proof under new law, to establish claim
to the land above described, before E.
H. Rathbone, a U. S. Commissioner, at
Ronan, Montana, on the 26th day of
June, 1915. Claimant names as wit
nesses: Alfred Baner, J. Arthur Mc
George, David Morris, Henry A. Stauss
all of Ronan Montana.
FRANK M. McHAFFIE,
mry 21 june 18 Register.
Non-coal land. Flathead project
02566
Notice for Publication.
Department of the Interior, U. S.
Land Office at Missoula, Montana,
May 15, 1915. Notice is hereby given
that Barbara A. Kain, of Ronan, Mon
tana, who on Feby, 9, 1914. made hd
entry No. 02566, for Unit E, S, SE%,
Sec. 10, T. 21 N., R. 20 W., M. M.,
has filed notice of intention to make
commutation proof under old law to
establish claim to the land above des
cribed. before E. H. Rathbone, a U.
S. Commissianer, at Ronan, Montana,
on the 6th day of July, 1915. Claimant
names as witnesses: Azelie Savage,
Addison M. Sterling, George Farrell,
Rosaire E. Lemire, all of Ronan, Mon
tana.
FRANK \:. M'HAFF1E,
may 21 june 18 Register.
Non-coal land. Flathead project
04833
Notice for Publication.
Department of the Interior, U. S.
IJand Office at Missoula, Montana,
May 15, 1915,. Notice is hereby given
that Pauline Peder Haug, of Poison,
Montana, who on May 8, 1913, made
hd entry No. 04833, for Unit C, S12
SE/a, Sec. 8, T. 21., N., R. 21 W., M.
M., has filed notice of intention to
make commutation proof under new
law to establish claim to the land above
described, before E. H. Rathbone, a
U. S. Commissioner, at Ronan, Mon
tana, on the 26th day of June, 1915.
Claimant names as witnssses, Ole
Langaunet, Richard A. Reinertson,
David Munter, Gust K. Carlson, all of
Poison, Montana.
FRANK M1. MIIHAFFIE,
may 21 june 18 Register.
Non.coal land Flathead project
Mr. Farmer
We now have a limited amount of
money to loan on first class farm secur
ity. Applications by mail or in person
will rceqlv prompt attention.
LLAKN & SON, Farm Loans, Polson

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