A Look Back in Time: April 25, 1918

A Look Back in Time: April 25, 1918

Tomorrow has been declared Liberty Loan Day in Sheridan and across the nation. The business houses in Sheridan will close at 1 o’clock and remain closed until 6. A canvass of the city indicates that observance of the day will be generally carried out. The schools will be closed throughout

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A Look Back in Time: April 24, 1918

A Look Back in Time: April 24, 1918

George Bezda, who was shot at Acme last Saturday night, seems to have passed the crisis and is reported to be recovering very slowly from his wounds. The Farmers’ Bulletin, which is to be published by County Agent H.J. Thomas for the benefit of farmers, will be ready for circulation

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A Look Back in Time: April 23, 1918

A Look Back in Time: April 23, 1918

The field meet which was to be held in the city schools on Friday has been postponed because of the inclement weather conditions. J.J. Marshall, chairman of the fly campaign committee in Sheridan, is urging that everyone take advantage of the cold weather and exterminate the winter flies before it

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A Look Back in Time: April 22, 1918

A Look Back in Time: April 22, 1918

George Bezda is in the hospital in Sheridan as a result of a shooting scrape at Acme about 5:30 last night. The checkweighman at the mine is accused of firing a shot from a .22 automatic after accusing Bezda of stealing a watch chain. The war garden campaign waged in

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A Look Back in Time: April 21, 1918

A Look Back in Time: April 21, 1918

New silks are priced $1.25 to $3.50 a yard at Reed’s. New Line rain coats for women and misses are priced from $4.50 to $15. Mrs. A.D. Brown of Dayton was in Sheridan yesterday. Mrs. Waldorf is visiting her sister, Mrs. Roscoe Lamb, at her home on Sumner street for

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A Look Back in Time: April 20, 1918

A Look Back in Time: April 20, 1918

Senator J.B. Kendrick reached Sheridan today for a brief business stay. He will leave tomorrow for his OW ranch. Subscriptions to the Third Liberty Loan in Sheridan as of noon today totaled $451,500. Approximately $350,000 of that has been subscribed by 3,000 people in the city of Sheridan. Mrs. G.C.

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A Look Back in Time: April 19, 1918

A Look Back in Time: April 19, 1918

Robert McFarlane left today for Billings, where he will take an examination to join the marines. If he passes the examination successfully, he will go to Mare Island. Folks from out Badger Creek way report that travel in automobiles is next to impossible because of the muddy condition of the

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A Look Back in Time: April 18, 1918

A Look Back in Time: April 18, 1918

Ralph H. Goebel and George Street have enlisted in the army. They left today on No. 42 for Fort Logan. Goebel enlisted in the medical department and Street in the quartermaster department. Carl Smith, a rancher near Clearmont, is in Sheridan attending to various business matters. Mrs. C.B. Godwin was

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A Look Back in Time: April 17, 1918

A Look Back in Time: April 17, 1918

The urgent call for Red Cross workers in the gauze room has had a splendid result. More women have tendered their services than can be handled. Last Saturday, there were 85 women working in the gauze room at the city hall, and 20 had to be sent over to the

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A Look Back in Time: April 16, 1918

A Look Back in Time: April 16, 1918

Five men left for the army today. Three of them, Bruce E. Daugherty, Peter Schmall and Jacob Schmall, enlisted at the local recruiting station and will go to Fort Logan. Henry S. Bullen and John Paul Jones, have been working at Eaton’s ranch and will go to American Lake. G.C.

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A Look Back in Time: April 15, 1918

A Look Back in Time: April 15, 1918

W.L. Prentiss, who for several years has been connected with the Burn Cleuch Dairy as a half-owner, has retired from the dairy business. He left this afternoon for Portland, Ore., where he will take charge of the purchasing department of the Union Meat Company. Robert W. Patrick, a celebrated lawyer

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A Look Back in Time: April 14, 1918

A Look Back in Time: April 14, 1918

Mrs. Fred Morrow has as her house guests Wilbur Kinkaid and Mr. Luckett of Hardin, Mont. Both expect to remain in Sheridan for some weeks. Coffeen’s, at the sign of the Teepee, has a clearance sale on books. Every book in the north window, many priced from 75 cents to

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A Look Back in Time: April 13, 1918

A Look Back in Time: April 13, 1918

At noon today, Sheridan County had subscribed $345,000 to the Third Liberty Loan. Mr. and Mrs. H.F. Dier of Parkman are in Sheridan today. Also in Sheridan are Mr. and Mrs. A.W. Butterfield of Big Horn. The restriction that was placed on the killing of hens from Feb. 11 to

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A Look Back in Time: April 11, 1918

A Look Back in Time: April 11, 1918

The people of Sheridan and the mining camps had subscribed a total of $271,000 to the Third Liberty Loan at noon today. The amount was announced during a luncheon of the Loyalty League. Miss Bernice Manlove of Ranchester arrived on No. 42 today, to spend the coming week with Miss

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A Look Back in Time: April 10, 1918

A Look Back in Time: April 10, 1918

No reports are available of the amount subscribed to the Third Liberty Loan, but workers are meeting with a more general response than in either of the two previous loans. However, the greater amount of the subscriptions are for small amounts; there have been no large amounts subscribed as yet.

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A Look Back in Time: April 9, 1918

A Look Back in Time: April 9, 1918

John Thorburn of Verona is a visitor in Sheridan for two or three days. Also, I.P. Jones is down from Wolf. W.H. Goodill is spending a few days in Sheridan before returning to his home at Banner. The Chicago, Burlington and Quincy Railroad Company has subscribed for several hundreds of

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A Look Back in Time: April 8, 1918

A Look Back in Time: April 8, 1918

Sheridan’s local board has received instructions to send another 25 men for training about April 26. Only men physically qualified will be inducted into the army for general service. Seven persons appeared in police court this morning to answer charges that they left their cars stand on Main street for

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A Look Back in Time: April 7, 1918

A Look Back in Time: April 7, 1918

Sheridan’s Golden Rule store has a new and large variety of ladies beautiful silk skirts. The store has also just received a complete assortment of white tennis shoes, pumps and oxfords for ladies, misses, youths and children. Mrs. Nora Flockhert of Broderick, Mont., is in Sheridan for a few days,

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A Look Back in Time: April 6, 1918

A Look Back in Time: April 6, 1918

Mr. Morris drove 70 miles into Sheridan today from his ranch near Decker, Mont. He said the roads are in awful condition and almost impassable. Charles Murdock from out Soldier Creek way is in Sheridan today on one of his incomparable mounts. Mr. Murdock is noted for his stock of

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A Look Back in Time: April 5, 1918

A Look Back in Time: April 5, 1918

Theodore Diers, federal food administrator, returned from Minneapolis this morning. He says the condition of our wheat flour is discouraging, and we are approaching a serious situation. Mike French is in the city from Clearmont for a few days. Miss Helen Claussen has recently returned from a two-months’ visit in

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