A Look Back in Time: May 25, 1917

A Look Back in Time: May 25, 1917

Sheridan will have a Chautauqua this year as usual. The Rev. Ira W. Kingsley of the local Chautauqua committee has received information from the Standard Chautauqua System that the dates for the event in Sheridan will be July 14 to July 19. Mrs. A.L. Cummings, Catherine and Jack left today

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A Look Back in Time: May 24, 1917

A Look Back in Time: May 24, 1917

Two Sheridan men are among the first to apply for registration cards. They are J.R. Porter Kennedy and H.A. Church. The registration act requires those who expect to be away from home on Registration Day, June 5, to apply beforehand to the proper officer for their card. The directors of

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A Look Back in Time: May 23, 1917

A Look Back in Time: May 23, 1917

The latest recruits from Sheridan are Thomas McCoy, field artillery; Earl C. Green, engineer corps; and Carl Morgan, cavalry. All left yesterday. There are no more clerks needed for the quartermaster corps, but bakers are still in demand for the corps. The superintendent of schools is receiving bids for the

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A Look Back in Time: May 22, 1917

A Look Back in Time: May 22, 1917

Two dairy experts will be in Sheridan next week, on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, to provide information and help to any ranchers interested in putting up silos. A handicap wrestling match between Chris Jordan, the Greek Demon, and light heavyweight champion Clarence Eklund will start at 8:30 tonight at Sheridan’s

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A Look Back in Time: May 20, 1917

A Look Back in Time: May 20, 1917

The newly organized Sheridan branch of the National Association of Life Underwriters held their first banquet at the Sheridan Inn last night. There was a good attendance. The Bloom Shoe and Clothing Co. in Sheridan has new Panama hats for $3.54 to $4. Wooltex suits start at $18.50 at Stevens,

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A Look Back in Time: May 19, 1917

A Look Back in Time: May 19, 1917

Mr. Seymour Sharp arrived in Sheridan from England tonight. He’s been at Exeter College University of Oxford as a Rhodes scholar and is able to impart much first-hand information on the war situation in England. He thinks there’s a real danger of the American people not realizing exactly what faces

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A Look Back in Time: May 18, 1917

A Look Back in Time: May 18, 1917

The Garrison Keene Shoe Co. in Sheridan has ladies’ pumps and oxfords priced from $3.50 to $5. These shoes are scientifically constructed to give the greatest amount of ventilation and comfort. Mr. Ralph Steele and Miss Susan Overton were married at Hardin, Mont., Monday. Mrs. Steele is a senior in

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A Look Back in Time: May 17, 1917

A Look Back in Time: May 17, 1917

For the fourth of July, the Sunday schools of Sheridan and neighboring towns are to put on a magnificent pageant in which the part of the churches in American history will be shown. The business organizations of the city will also be invited to participate, and it’s expected they will

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A Look Back in Time: May 16, 1917

A Look Back in Time: May 16, 1917

Sheridan’s latest recruits include three brothers, Everett A., Sydney I. and Gilbert D. Rundell. All three have joined the infantry. The Sheridan High School Volunteers of the United States are now completely organized and will start drilling today. Rifles for the boys are expected in a few weeks. In the

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A Look Back in Time: May 15, 1917

A Look Back in Time: May 15, 1917

Sheridan’s latest recruits include Thad B. Hale, John L. Boydler, Morris Buckholder and Joshua C. Maxwell, all in the cavalry. They left Sheridan on May 10. R.S. Reed and E.J. Flynn of Chicago are registered at the Sheridan Inn. Peter Kooi and E.E. Lonabaugh, formerly of the Kooi Coal Co.,

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A Look Back in Time: May 14, 1917

A Look Back in Time: May 14, 1917

The Elks drill team, which numbers about 45 members, will meet in the Elks Club tonight. The team is meeting with great success, with members joining almost daily. The Sheridan Gun Club held the regular practice shoot yesterday afternoon. There wasn’t quite such a good attendance as usual. Members of

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A Look Back in Time: May 13, 1917

A Look Back in Time: May 13, 1917

Don’t forget the ball game this afternoon between the Tennessee Hats and the Sheridan baseball club. All proceeds from the game will benefit the Sheridan Red Cross Auxiliary. Sheridan’s Golden Rule store has graduation dresses and afternoon gowns, a beautiful line of silk dresses, all for just $12.98. Also women’s

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A Look Back in Time: May 12, 1917

A Look Back in Time: May 12, 1917

Mrs. C.J. Ovlatt came home from the hospital today. Also home from the hospital today is Mrs. L.T. Cox. The Sheridan Sand and Gravel Co. has just been organized. A new and complete plant is being built and will be ready for business in a few weeks. Dr. Anna G.

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A Look Back in Time: May 11, 1917

A Look Back in Time: May 11, 1917

Women’s sport shoes are priced from $4 to $10, and ladies’ pumps from $3 to $11 at the Carson Keene Shoe Co. in Sheridan. The store is next to the Jackson Book store. You’ll find flowers for mothers’ day at the Sheridan Greenhouse. Phone 104. The annual meeting of school

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A Look Back in Time: May 10, 1917

A Look Back in Time: May 10, 1917

The work of raising Sheridan’s portion for the reconstruction and equipment of the Cathedral Home for children at Laramie was started yesterday by the local committee. The committee is headed by Judge Parmelee. The amount to be raised in the entire state is $31,000. William H. Masters, Thomas A. Hanon

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A Look Back in Time: May 9, 1917

A Look Back in Time: May 9, 1917

Gillette, a well-known local socialist, went too far this morning along the lines of free speech, denouncing the flag and expressing the hope that the Germans would win the war. He has been turned over to the military authorities at Fort Mackenzie. Miss Margaret Reid, a high school senior, will

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A Look Back in Time: May 8, 1917

A Look Back in Time: May 8, 1917

C.S. Mills and Roy Seney were re-elected to the school board of District 7 yesterday. Seventy-seven votes were cast for each of them. The Elks’ drill team held its first drill last night under direction of Major H.E. Lonabaugh, drill master. Forty-one Elks are enrolled in the team. Miss Margaret

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A Look Back in Time: May 7, 1917

A Look Back in Time: May 7, 1917

The boys and girls who are enrolled in club work are now listed as volunteers of the American Food Producers Army and are entitled to wear a badge distinctive of that branch of government service. Miss Mary Hoover, who is assistant state leader of club work, says club work in

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A Look Back in Time: May 6, 1917

A Look Back in Time: May 6, 1917

Inlaid linoleum is priced from $1.50 to $1.75 per square yard at Stevens, Fryberger & Co., Sheridan’s New York store. Printed linoleum is priced from 75 to 87 ½ cents. The Big Four Overland touring car, featuring 35 horsepower, is $895 at Riley Motor Co., opposite the Carnegie Library in

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A Look Back in Time: May 5, 1917

A Look Back in Time: May 5, 1917

Four more Sheridan men have joined the U.S. navy as the result of efforts by recruiting officer Mate D.L. Walters. Luther S. Morris, A. Rice, R.W. Gering and Claude Lytle are now on their way to Salt Lake City. Each man received a $10 gold piece from the Sheridan County

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