A Look Back in Time

Residents of Sheridan and Clearmont will receive Bozeman Trail markers courtesy of the state of Wyoming before the end of summer.

The east and west trains were delayed today because of a stalled freight train. The west train did not arrive until this afternoon, and the east train was held up until the west train had passed through.

Mrs. George Stevenson is quite ill at her home on Prairie Dog Creek.

N.B. Bennett left this afternoon for Denver, Cheyenne and Evanston.

A gas engineer from Minneapolis, who is in Sheridan on business, said he is amazed that the city has no gas works plant.

Five new denominations of postage stamps have been issued, but Sheridan will not receive any of them for at least 60 days.

County commissioners gave most of their time this forenoon to arrangements for the upcoming elections.

John B. Kendrick has been endorsed by Wyoming's Progressive party in his bid for state governor.

Mrs. George Hardin, a resident of Sheridan for 30 years, died at the Mayo brothers' sanitarium in Rochester, Miss., following an operation.

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