Now that the drive for united war-work funds is over, the Loyalty League will take up a drive again for the sale of war saving stamps in Sheridan County. An effort will especially be made to collect upon pledges already given.

Administrators of the Whitney estate have been paid by the county commissioners a tax rebate on a valuation of $140,000. This represents a portion of the estate of $800,000 willed to the community for the purpose of assisting worthy young men and women to secure educations.

Ed Baker of Ranchester is in Sheridan today. He’s recovering from influenza and will leave today for a trip east.