A Look Back in Time

F.W. Cooper, superintendent of the fish hatchery at Story is in Sheridan today to receive 100,000 steel head trout eggs shipped here from Oregon.

W.H. Castner, who is a representative of the Northwestern Auto Supply company, plans to establish a service station in Sheridan in connection with one of the garages here.

F.G. Cooper, a Civil War veteran living in Sheridan, has the distinction of having seen President Lincoln in Ford's theater in Washington D.C. a few days before the president was assassinated.

R.A. Keenan has applied to Sheridan's city council for a 25-year franchise for a central heating plant.

Homesteads have been filed on more than 8,000 acres of land in Sheridan County over the last three days.

Federal court will convene in Sheridan at 9 o'clock tomorrow in the court chambers in the federal building here.

Sheridan County commissioners at their last meeting ordered the county clerk to advertise for a suitable tract of land for location of two buildings.

M.W. Foy, who has been city clerk since January 1914, has been appointed city commissioner to succeed S.D. Canfield.

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