A Look Back in Time: Feb. 23, 1918

A Look Back in Time: Feb. 23, 1918

The Red Cross box social held recently at the McCormick schoolhouse was well attended. Nearly all the boxes were trimmed artistically with the patriotic colors, and total sales amounted to $52.50, which will be handed to the Red Cross Chapter of Sheridan County. The Custer school has completed its payments

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A Look Back in Time: Feb. 22, 1918

A Look Back in Time: Feb. 22, 1918

Women’s shoes, values to $9, are $1.85 at the Garrison Keene Shoe Company. Sheridan Tractor and Implement Co. has the Moline line of tractors and other equipment. The company is at 161 N. Scott St. Miss Close has left town for the weekend and will return on Sunday. Ed Sheeheen

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A Look Back in Time: Feb. 21, 1918

A Look Back in Time: Feb. 21, 1918

Private Charles W. Durant of Sheridan was reported to be slightly wounded while in action at the front in France on Feb. 17. He is known fairly well in the city. He worked for Goelet Gallatin two years ago and drove a truck for him last summer. T.A. Groaka of

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A Look Back in Time: Feb. 20, 1918

A Look Back in Time: Feb. 20, 1918

Master Carl Hammontree entertained a number of little friends yesterday from 4 until 6 in honor of his sixth birthday. A three-course luncheon was served, and everyone had a good time. The D.A.R. will meet tomorrow afternoon at 2:30 with Mrs. Rosa B. Lord at the Hopkins apartments. Mrs. John

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A Look Back in Time: Feb. 19, 1918

A Look Back in Time: Feb. 19, 1918

Sheridan Tractor and Implement Co. has moved from 404 Broadway to 161 N. Scott, in the north part of the same building occupied by Merchants Transfer Co. A special committee of the Commercial Club met last night to assist the county commissioners in building a paved road up Little Goose

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A Look Back in Time: Feb. 18, 1918

A Look Back in Time: Feb. 18, 1918

Mayor Camplin introduced an ordinance at the city council meeting this morning that would prohibit businesses from being open on Sundays. Violation of the ordinance would carry a fine of up to $100 or imprisonment in the city jail of up to three months. Mrs. C.H. Parmalee of College avenue

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A Look Back in Time: Feb. 17, 1918

A Look Back in Time: Feb. 17, 1918

Today will be the farewell performance of the Clint and Bessie Robbins Co. at the Orpheum theater. They will present the great Irish comedy drama, “Molly Bawn.” Matinee is at 2:30 p.m., night performance starts at 8:30. Walk-Over fancy two-tone colored shoes, values up to $12, are now only $6.95

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A Look Back in Time: Feb. 16, 1918

A Look Back in Time: Feb. 16, 1918

The Sheridan Tractor and Implement Company unloaded a carload of Moline tractors and plows today. Charles Stevenson came in today from the ranch in his new Buick. Chester Willey of Prairie Dog is in Sheridan for the weekend. F.C. Bard and daughter, Miss Florence Bard of Big Horn, are in

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A Look Back in Time: Feb. 15, 1918

A Look Back in Time: Feb. 15, 1918

One hundred fifty pair of men’s oxfords, $10 grades in black and tan, are $4.45 at Garrison Keene Shoe Co. Mrs. Peter Kooi and the misses Vera and Doris Kooi have instructed the school children at the town of Kooi in the art of knitting. Each child is now turning

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A Look Back in Time: Feb. 14, 1918

A Look Back in Time: Feb. 14, 1918

The Sheridan Commercial Club in its regular meeting tonight endorsed a referendum of the United States Chamber of Commerce to discriminate against Germany in trade relations after the war if necessary for self-defense. Sergeant Sutherland of the British Canadian Recruiting Mission arrived in Sheridan this afternoon on train 41 from

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A Look Back in Time: Feb. 13, 1918

A Look Back in Time: Feb. 13, 1918

The Kinnaman Brothers, who have taken over the Morris billiard parlor, have changed the name to the Welcome Billiard Parlors. They have made many improvements and will have open house tonight. A.L. Bates of Verona is in Sheridan. Other visitors include George Holmes of Decker and Joe Miller from Banner.

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A Look Back in Time: Feb. 12, 1918

A Look Back in Time: Feb. 12, 1918

John Bury Jr., a tripper at the Monarch mine, was accidentally run over by a coal car, which resulted in his death last night. Henry Walker of the Sheridan police force yesterday afternoon arrested an Austrian who had made threats against Senator J.B. Kendrick when the Senator spoke here a

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A Look Back in Time: Feb. 11, 1918

A Look Back in Time: Feb. 11, 1918

D.F. Harrison, general manager and geologist of the Sheridan-Wyoming Oil Company, has arrived in Sheridan with news that the company struck oil on their lease at Maverick Springs, at a depth of 610 feet. The company, which is composed almost entirely of Sheridan men, started to drill on Jan. 14,

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A Look Back in Time: Feb. 10, 1918

A Look Back in Time: Feb. 10, 1918

Senator Kendrick is expected to return to Sheridan today or tomorrow from a speaking tour to Buffalo and Hardin. His speech is making such a hit that he has received many urgent invitations to stop in various cities and deliver his message from the front. The Bartenders’, Cooks’ and Waiters’

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A Look Back in Time: Feb. 9, 1918

A Look Back in Time: Feb. 9, 1918

Bart Green, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Green of Sheridan, is home for a few days on furlough from Fort Logan, Colorado, where he’s stationed. Gwyn Callim of Verona is in Sheridan for a few hours today. R.H. Powers of Passaic is stopping for a short time at the

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A Look Back in Time: Feb. 8, 1918

A Look Back in Time: Feb. 8, 1918

John D. Powers of Sheridan has been cleared of criminal charges brought against him in the Gillette court of obtaining money under false pretenses. There were seven charges in all. Five were dismissed by the court, and Mr. Powers and Mr. Strickland were found not guilty on the remaining two.

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A Look Back in Time: Feb. 7, 1918

A Look Back in Time: Feb. 7, 1918

Reorganization of the Fox Trot club was held last night at Whiteley’s. Several members of last year’s club as well as many new ones were present for the initial meeting. Mrs. O.P. McKinley, who has been a patient at the hospital in Sheridan for the last month, left there yesterday

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A Look Back in Time: Feb. 6, 1918

A Look Back in Time: Feb. 6, 1918

Senator Kendrick will speak at the Orpheum theater tonight at 8:30 sharp. The picture at the theater will be “The Secret Game,” featuring the noted Japanese actor Sussue Hayakawa, and the entire net receipts are to go to the local Red Cross chapter. Admission is 10 and 25 cents. H.E.

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A Look Back in Time: Feb. 5, 1918

A Look Back in Time: Feb. 5, 1918

Senator Kendrick spoke before the school children of Sheridan this afternoon at the Orpheum, and was received with tremendous enthusiasm. The Orpheum was packed when he began speaking. Pianos start at $315, player-pianos at $425 at Decker-Cummings Music Co. on South Main street. You can buy one on a convenient

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A Look Back in Time: Feb. 4, 1918

A Look Back in Time: Feb. 4, 1918

W.G. Hoffman from Clearmont is in Sheridan for a short stay. F.E. Campbell from Verona is registered at the Crescent hotel. Thirty-two of the Boy Scouts of Sheridan, under the care of Charles A. Champion and Edward Gillette, had a skiing party recently on Park hill. The Basket store will

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