A Look Back in Time

Sparks from a fire that started in dead grass near the end of North Main Street destroyed five empty train cars on the fort line.

A Sheridan barber who was working on city streets in lieu of paying a fine against him made a thrilling escape from his guard yesterday afternoon.

Paving operations on West Brundage Street will start tomorrow morning with a small grading crew.

Now that your heating stove is no longer needed, call Corey Transfer and Storage company.

E.C. Woodley of Wyola purchased a new tractor today from the Sheridan Commercial company.

A carload of equipment has arrived for construction of the new sugar factory here in Sheridan, and work is to start immediately.

Judge W.S. Metz has the distinction of planting the first sugar beets in the Sheridan district.

The city council in a meeting this afternoon consolidated the offices of the city clerk and water commissioner.

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