A Look Back in Time: Sept. 24, 1920

A Look Back in Time: Sept. 24, 1920

Figures released by Claude L. Draper, chairman of the state board of equalization, show the assessed valuation of property in the state is almost half a billion dollars. Sheridan is fourth among the state’s counties, with a total valuation of just under $30 million.Westernman Bros. “Great Toyland Shows” will be

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A Look Back in Time: Sept. 23, 1920

A Look Back in Time: Sept. 23, 1920

Erma Dragon of Arvada has registered at Nebraska Wesleyan University in University Place this fall. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Green have recently moved to Sheridan from Gillette. Mr. Green is a conductor employed by the Burlington. Tompkins-Skinner Co. at 132 West Brundage is Sheridan’s Chandler dealer. There are six beautiful

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A Look Back in Time: Sept. 22, 1920

A Look Back in Time: Sept. 22, 1920

Monarch’s recreational center has been established by Miss Emma W. Weber of the Sheridan Red Cross headquarters under the auspices of the Mountain division of the Red Cross. Miss Tilletson of Monarch will supervise the center. Frank Hammond of Ucross is in Sheridan today. Fire caused by hot ashes broke

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A Look Back in Time: Sept. 21, 1920

A Look Back in Time: Sept. 21, 1920

Before a packed house last night in the Orpheum Theater, Clarence Eklund, lightheavyweight champion wrestler of the world, successfully defended his title against Billy Edwards in one of the most spectacular and hard-fought contests ever seen in Sheridan. Among important topics to be taken up in a meeting at Sheridan’s

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A Look Back in Time: Sept. 19, 1920

A Look Back in Time: Sept. 19, 1920

License for marriage was issued in Sheridan this morning to Harold L. Denson of Pinto, Mont., and Mary M. Campbell, daughter of David A. Campbell. The bridegroom is 20 years old, while the bride’s age was given at 16. Children of the Christian church were guests of singing Evangelist Cassidy

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A Look Back in Time: Sept. 18, 1920

A Look Back in Time: Sept. 18, 1920

Sheridan residents are now preparing to go to Moorcroft to attend the big Frontier Day’s celebration that has been arranged there for the first half of next week. California cantaloupes are six for 25 cents at Brabason’s on North Main street. And get extra fancy red ripe slicing tomatoes, 25

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A Look Back in Time: Sept. 17, 1920

A Look Back in Time: Sept. 17, 1920

Lt. Colonel Theodore Roosevelt Jr. mounted a cow pony for a ride through the principal streets of Sheridan at noon today as a climax to the parade arranged in his honor by the local Republican party and Sheridan city government. He is scheduled to speak this afternoon and tonight at

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A Look Back in Time: Sept. 16, 1920

A Look Back in Time: Sept. 16, 1920

The Mills Printing company of Sheridan has received a contract for printing pamphlets and reports of Wyoming’s Sixteenth legislature, which will convene next January. J. O’Marr, acting for the mortgagees, at sheriff’s sale today bought the flour mill property of the Sheridan Manufacturing company for just under $37,000, the sum

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A Look Back in Time: Sept. 15, 1920

A Look Back in Time: Sept. 15, 1920

Sheridan county will pay nearly $300,000 in taxes this year, representing a levy of 9.97 mills on the valuation of just under $30 million that was placed on the county’s possessions for 1920. District Judge J. H. Burgess yesterday granted divorces in the case of Pearl Mosley against James Mosley

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A Look Back in Time: Sept. 14, 1920

A Look Back in Time: Sept. 14, 1920

The state adjutant of the American Legion is considering Sheridan as a possible site for American Legion headquarters. Interest continues to grow in the recreational classes being conducted in Carneyville by the Red Cross field service. More than 100 children are enrolled in the classes. A. E. Markeley of Sheridan

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A Look Back in Time: Sept. 13, 1920

A Look Back in Time: Sept. 13, 1920

Under terms of a recent agreement between coal mine operators of Northern Wyoming and representatives of the local United Mine Workers of America, all day and monthly men will receive an increase of $1.50 a day in wages.The Sheridan Sugar Factory is now receiving applications for campaign positions. The campaign

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A Look Back in Time: Sept. 12, 1920

A Look Back in Time: Sept. 12, 1920

Colorado Springs defeated Sheridan’s polo team in the final play for the Foxhall Keene cup yesterday by a score of 7 goals to 5 ¾. The victory of the Colorado team came only after an intense struggle. Sheridan residents enjoyed one of the regular Sunday concerts by the municipal band

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A Look Back in Time: Sept. 11, 1920

A Look Back in Time: Sept. 11, 1920

Sixteen riders made a flying start from the Burlington depot at 8:40 o’clock this morning for the 10-mile horse marathon race to Clearmont for the official start of Clearmont Day. Winner of the race will receive $375. At their weekly luncheon yesterday, Sheridan Rotarians entertained one of the largest groups

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A Look Back in Time: Sept. 10, 1920

A Look Back in Time: Sept. 10, 1920

Sheridan county commissioners, meeting as the county tax board were engaged this morning in making tax levies for the county to apply on this year’s business for the assessor’s office. Three recruits were accepted for enlistment in the army at local recruiting headquarters in Sheridan this morning. They left on

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A Look Back in Time: Sept. 9, 1920

A Look Back in Time: Sept. 9, 1920

Surgeon General H. S. Cummings, head of the U.S. public health service, inspected Fort MacKenzie this morning with a view of deciding whether the government will be able to use the plant as a hospital for government patients. Following the inspection, the general was taken to Hotel Lodore at Piney

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A Look Back in Time: Sept. 8, 1920

A Look Back in Time: Sept. 8, 1920

One of the largest of recent cattle shipments passed through Sheridan last night when 60 carloads of stock from Spear, Montana, came through bound for the markets of Chicago and Omaha. The cattle are the property of the Spear and Faddis company. All schools in Sheridan opened their doors for

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A Look Back in Time: Sept. 7, 1920

A Look Back in Time: Sept. 7, 1920

Big Horn won first community prize for irrigated land products, with Dayton second in the recently ended Sheridan county fair. Ranchester took first place as a community with a dry-land display.A meeting has been called for Wednesday night at 8 o’clock for those who have subscribed to membership in the

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A Look Back in Time: Sept. 6, 1920

A Look Back in Time: Sept. 6, 1920

Hundreds of Sheridan spectators crowded the pavements of the city this morning as other hundreds of city and county residents took part in the annual Labor Day parade. The parade was led by the Sheridan municipal band.The final meeting before the opening of this year’s school term was held at

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A Look Back in Time: Sept. 5, 1920

A Look Back in Time: Sept. 5, 1920

The fourth annual session of the Sheridan city schools will open Tuesday, Sept. 7. The school district will again serve lunches to the high school pupils, but there will be no lunches served on Sept. 7.An old-timers dancing party will be given at the popular Story pavilion on Sept. 8.

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A Look Back in Time: Sept. 4, 1920

A Look Back in Time: Sept. 4, 1920

Woman daredevil San-a-Pah toured Sheridan at noon today three hours before her scheduled jump from a flying plane as part of this year’s county fair. Meanwhile, judging of stock was being rapidly completed this morning and early in the afternoon.Boy Scouts are proving valuable to the fair management by the

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