A Look Back in Time: July 11, 1919

A Look Back in Time: July 11, 1919

A trainload of Senator Kendrick’s cattle was sent to market yesterday or the day before, one trainload of Willis Spear’s cattle was loaded at Little Horn on Wednesday, and another train today, all for shipment to the Omaha market.

Scoutmaster Champion is anxious to interest all local Scouts in the sacred concert to be given at the Chautauqua tent Sunday afternoon for their entertainment.

E.H. Phillips of Big Horn was in Sheridan today.

Six more business firms have arranged to close their doors on the afternoon of July 17 for the state experimental farm picnic.

Miss Tressa Long, who works at the New York Store, is enjoying a vacation this week.