A Look Back in Time: Feb. 18, 1919

A Look Back in Time: Feb. 18, 1919

The senate late yesterday afternoon passed the bill authorizing the state to dispose of the state hospitals at Rock Springs, Sheridan and Casper. The vote was 14 for the bill, with one vote against it. The Sheridan Brewery in all probability will not manufacture beverages containing alcohol even to the

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A Look Back in Time: Feb. 17, 1919

A Look Back in Time: Feb. 17, 1919

About 40 property owners in the vicinity of where Third street intersects the creek have petitioned the city council for protection from the menace of overflow. They represent that the condition of the creek above and below Third street is dangerous on account of the removal of riprap formerly existing

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A Look Back in Time: Feb. 16, 1919

A Look Back in Time: Feb. 16, 1919

Miss Mary Pelissier returned tonight from a brief visit at Billings. Train 41, due this afternoon, came in tonight bringing some eastern mail that should have reached here Friday and Saturday. Deep drifts in Nebraska are blamed for the delay. Mrs. Floyd Whitechurch, 1446 North Gould street, and Walter R.

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A Look Back in Time: Feb. 15, 1919

A Look Back in Time: Feb. 15, 1919

The Sheridan County Medical Society late tonight wired Gov. Carey and the Sheridan county delegation asking that every effort be made to defeat the bill before the senate providing for the sale of the state hospitals. The telegram points out that the Sheridan branch of the state hospital is virtually

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A Look Back in Time: Feb. 14, 1919

A Look Back in Time: Feb. 14, 1919

A bill disposing of the state hospitals at Rock Springs, Sheridan and Casper passed late yesterday afternoon with an amendment added by Sen. Kooi that eliminated a provision allowing the hospitals to be sold to any purchaser other than the county in which the hospital is located. Residents in Sheridan

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A Look Back in Time: Feb. 13, 1919

A Look Back in Time: Feb. 13, 1919

Swan’s Grocery and Market is having a special sale on lard. A 3-pound pail is 90 cents, 6-pound pails are $1.45, and 10-pound pails are $2.80. Mr. and Mrs. A.A. Raycher of Monarch are in town today. The Scales Motor company is unloading a carload of Fordson tractors today. Many

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A Look Back in Time: Feb. 12, 1919

A Look Back in Time: Feb. 12, 1919

A plate glass window in the Waters’ Jewelry store has been broken. Fred W. Freese, general manager of the Sheridan Gas & Fuel Co., is expected home Friday from Chicago and Denver, where he has been on a business trip. Mr. and Mrs. W.G. Griffen and Mr. and Mrs. J.F.

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A Look Back in Time: Feb. 11, 1919

A Look Back in Time: Feb. 11, 1919

Elmo Lincoln, Enid Markey and 1,000 others appear in “Tarzan of the Apes,” showing today and tomorrow at Sheridan’s Gem theater. Admission is 15 and 25 cents for the matinee, 25 and 50 cents for the night shows. John Beebee of Clearmont was in Sheridan today. Mr. W.P. Service from

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A Look Back in Time: Feb. 10, 1919

A Look Back in Time: Feb. 10, 1919

Having been under consideration since April 1917, Senator Kendrick’s bill authorizing the addition of certain lands to the Wyoming National forest was finally passed through both houses of congress today. The measure is now ready for the president’s signature. Swan’s Grocery and Market has the finest boiling beef for 20

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A Look Back in Time: Feb. 9, 1919

A Look Back in Time: Feb. 9, 1919

R.E. McNally left today for a trip of two days to Gillette on business. George W. Perry of Sheridan was chosen secretary and Theodore C. Diers of Sheridan was made orator of the Scottish Rite class which completed its work last week in the Consistory at the reunion in Cheyenne.

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A Look Back in Time: Feb. 8, 1919

A Look Back in Time: Feb. 8, 1919

Senator Allison’s bill authorizing the state board of charities and reforms to dispose of the state general hospital at Rock Spring and the state branch hospitals at Casper and Sheridan, if not entirely dead, is far advanced toward dissolution. The Sheridan Ministerial Association sent telegrams today to Gov. Robert D.

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A Look Back in Time: Feb. 7, 1919

A Look Back in Time: Feb. 7, 1919

City Attorney Diefenderfer is back from his long visit to Cheyenne, where he went at the behest of the city council to promote certain legislation desired by cities. Sheridan individuals and business corporations will pay thousands of dollars in war taxes during the year under the provisions of the $6

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A Look Back in Time: Feb. 6, 1919

A Look Back in Time: Feb. 6, 1919

Rep. Carl Sackett of Sheridan, who is in town today, said the substitute for the Hardin bill, as passed by the house of representatives in Cheyenne, could hardly be termed a prohibition bill at all. Mr. and Mrs. A. Northrop of Buffalo are in Sheridan today. Also in the city

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A Look Back in Time: Feb. 5, 1919

A Look Back in Time: Feb. 5, 1919

Rep. Carl Sackett has left the pressing duties in the legislature at Cheyenne to return to Sheridan to welcome the arrival of a fine new son. The boy was born yesterday and weighs seven and a half pounds. Melting weather during the past two days has again created a skating

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A Look Back in Time: Feb. 4, 1919

A Look Back in Time: Feb. 4, 1919

The Farm Bureau has announced that a series of farmers’ institutes will be held in Sheridan county the week starting Feb. 11. The Sheridan Commercial club expects to call a meeting soon for consideration of a project to build a YMCA in Sheridan. Mrs. Julia H. French, clerk of the

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A Look Back in Time: Feb. 3, 1919

A Look Back in Time: Feb. 3, 1919

Two more liquor licenses were granted by the city council this morning. Those who are renewing their licenses are doing so in order to get rid of the liquors they have on hand, which would otherwise be a loss to them when the proposed liquor law goes into effect later

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A Look Back in Time: Feb. 2, 1919

A Look Back in Time: Feb. 2, 1919

Former Sheriff Mossberg is being sued in an entangled law case involving a team of horses that he took into custody while he was still sheriff. There is a question over whether or not he formally turned the horses over to his successor. H.M. Walker of Acme is spending part

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A Look Back in Time: Feb. 1, 1919

A Look Back in Time: Feb. 1, 1919

Before the smallest turnout of the year so far, Buffalo High School was defeated by the Sheridan Independents 37 to 9 in basketball play in Sheridan. The Columbia Grafonola is $98.50 at Decker-Cummings Music Co. Pay $10 down and $6.50 per month, and you also get 10 10-inch records of

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A Look Back in Time: Jan. 31, 1919

A Look Back in Time: Jan. 31, 1919

County Commissioner A.C. Evans and Mrs. F.J. Warnstedt sustained injuries in a serious automobile accident near the fairgrounds at about 2 o’clock yesterday afternoon. Eight hundred children’s school handkerchiefs are on sale for 1 cent during the final clean-up sale at Sheridan’s Golden Rule store. Ladies’ high novelty shoes in

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A Look Back in Time: Jan. 30, 1919

A Look Back in Time: Jan. 30, 1919

Undersheriff Kirby returned to Sheridan last night from Lewiston, Mont., bringing with him a prisoner wanted here on a charge of horse theft. The prisoner originally consented to return to Sheridan, then changed his mind and fought extradition. Finally he changed his mind again after seeing a telegram stating that

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