A Look Back in Time: April 26, 1919

A Look Back in Time: April 26, 1919

Howard Roush, the 8-year-old son of Mrs. Eva Roush of 1902 South Sheridan avenue, was run over by an automobile yesterday afternoon and dangerously hurt. Arrangements were completed today at noon for a special train to be run over the Burlington from Edgemont, S.D., to Sheridan next Tuesday for the

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A Look Back in Time: April 25, 1919

A Look Back in Time: April 25, 1919

Several Sheridan businessmen have called the work of men with pick and shovels on the Story-Tunnel Hill Road “the biggest thing that Sheridan has done in a long while.” The work was done yesterday. Dancing and entertainment begins tonight, and every night hereafter, from 8:30 to midnight at the Sheridan

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A Look Back in Time: April 24, 1919

A Look Back in Time: April 24, 1919

Miss Babe Becker of Hardin is visiting in Sheridan today. An automobile accident occurred about 9:30 last night near the city limits on the Big Horn road. F.I. Reed was driving home from Big Horn, and as he approached the narrow fill near the Stutsman home, a car traveling at

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A Look Back in Time: April 23, 1919

A Look Back in Time: April 23, 1919

More than half of the $441,700 allotted to Sheridan county had been subscribed to by the Victory Loan by noon today, with several districts still to be heard from. Sixty-one men and four trucks are promised for the pick-and-shovel trip to work the Story-Tunnel hill road tomorrow from Sheridan. Mrs.

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A Look Back in Time: April 22, 1919

A Look Back in Time: April 22, 1919

News was received today from the American Red Cross that some of the best bedside tables made for the Red Cross by school pupils in the Rocky Mountain division were designed by school pupils in Sheridan. Although the vote was comparatively light up to 2 o’clock this afternoon in the

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A Look Back in Time: April 21, 1919

A Look Back in Time: April 21, 1919

Carl Sackett today made charges that the Arvada bridge, which was constructed two years ago, was built of cheap and faulty material and the concrete abutments on which the bridge rests are composed of material that is already crumbling away. The Victory Liberty Loan campaign in Sheridan county will be

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A Look Back in Time: April 20, 1919

A Look Back in Time: April 20, 1919

Thirteen tractors representing seven different makes took part in a demonstration yesterday afternoon at the Frank Brundage ranch south of the sugar factory. The tractors made a credible showing. Mrs. W.S. Metz, city chairman for the coming Victory Loan Drive, held a call meeting at her residence on West Loucks

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A Look Back in Time: April 19, 1919

A Look Back in Time: April 19, 1919

Minnie O. Kessen was visiting in Sheridan from Arvada yesterday. The polling places for the special bond election have been established. They’re the same as before with one change. In ward 3, precinct one has been changed from the D&D garage to the old Edelman drug store on the corner

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A Look Back in Time: April 19, 1919

A Look Back in Time: April 19, 1919

Minnie O. Kessen was visiting in Sheridan from Arvada yesterday. The polling places for the special bond election have been established. They’re the same as before with one change. In ward 3, precinct one has been changed from the D&D garage to the old Edelman drug store on the corner

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A Look Back in Time: April 18, 1919

A Look Back in Time: April 18, 1919

Mr. and Mrs. Dayton Mullen entertained Mr. and Mrs. J.F. Walsner at dinner at the Idlewild yesterday. Chief of Police W.S. McPherren received a wire to watch for two runaway boys about 18 years of age who left Seneca, Neb., Wednesday on a westbound freight train. The train got in

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A Look Back in Time: April 17, 1919

A Look Back in Time: April 17, 1919

Sugar-cured corned beef is 25 cents a pound this week at the Court Market. The large cement mixer for the paving district on Residence hill was out to work this afternoon for the first time since the work was shut down last fall. Herbert Young of Dietz enlisted in the

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A Look Back in Time: April 16, 1919

A Look Back in Time: April 16, 1919

Mrs. Blanche Michael, a widow residing at 840 West Loucks street, and Miss Ruth Faller, a high school girl, were run down by a motorcycle which ran amuck, jumped the curbing and crashed upon them in front of the George Lord residence on Loucks street at 7 o’clock last night.

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A Look Back in Time: April 15, 1919

A Look Back in Time: April 15, 1919

Two fines of $300 each were imposed upon two bootleggers in separate cases in district court yesterday. Both men pleaded guilty to bootlegging in Monarch. There will be a box social and a social dance at the Eagles’ Hall at 8 o’clock tonight. Ladies’ Georgette waists in charming styles and

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A Look Back in Time: April 14, 1919

A Look Back in Time: April 14, 1919

Sweet strains of heavenly music were heard to come from the county jail last night, attracting the attention of passersby for several blocks. One of the inmates apparently was trying to cheer up his comrades or himself by singing and whistling. W.H. Johnson of Dayton is a visitor in Sheridan

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A Look Back in Time: April 13, 1919

A Look Back in Time: April 13, 1919

A 17-year-old Sheridan youth is in jail in Alliance, Neb., following his confession to authorities there late last night to have murdered Charles F. Johnson, manager of the Grier Commissary of that place. A racing meet in which some of the fastest strings of race horses in the country will

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A Look Back in Time: April 12, 1919

A Look Back in Time: April 12, 1919

Bernard M. Solverson of Birney, Montana, who has been in the hospital in Sheridan for an operation for appendicitis, fell out of a window to the porch and onto the ground, about 20 feet, last night and died from the effects. Mrs. Will Sanders and two children of Arvada returned

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A Look Back in Time: April 11, 1919

A Look Back in Time: April 11, 1919

Every high school student in Sheridan today was reported signing cards pledging their support to make Sheridan clean and beautiful. It was erroneously reported several days ago that the Dietz No. 8 mine had been closed. The mine which was closed was Dietz No. 7. The management announced today that

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A Look Back in Time: April 10, 1919

A Look Back in Time: April 10, 1919

Among the recent shoppers in Sheridan from Parkman were Mrs. John Compton and daughter, Rachel; Ace Phillips; Jack Berry; and Ray Hackman. J.H. Johnson was here from Buffalo this morning looking after business matters. The Orpheum Orchestra will play “Bohemian Girl” at the matinee Sunday, by special request.

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A Look Back in Time: April 9, 1919

A Look Back in Time: April 9, 1919

The Sheridan Building and Loan Association last night passed a resolution placing the association on record as favoring the coming good roads bond issue election. Fresh spinach is 25 cents a pound at Swan’s Grocery. The good roads committee held a luncheon at noon today at the Western to make

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A Look Back in Time: April 6, 1919

A Look Back in Time: April 6, 1919

Sheridan county, with more than 4,800 school pupils, will receive more than $34,700 from the common school land fund of the state for 1919, according to the apportionment of the fund which has just been made in Cheyenne. This is the largest apportionment for any county in the state. The

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