A Look Back in Time

Mrs. H. Glenn Kinsley extended hospitality yesterday afternoon at a tea.

Memorial Day will be observed Monday with fitting ceremonies in Sheridan, under direction of the John Schuler Post 67 of the Grand Army of the Republic.

A runaway horse completely demolished a rig delivering milk and cream in Sheridan this morning.

Work has started on reconstruction of the Sheridan Manufacturing company mill destroyed by fire recently.

Sheridan city officials have announced plans for the coming year that include completing paving in district three, creation of paving district four and completion of paving in that district, and creation of paving district five embracing the alleys adjacent to the business streets.

Gilbert Knudson, the 8-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Knudson on Custer Street, narrowly escaped death about noon today.

This is the last week of the Great Special May sale at Reed's.

“Shag” Wilson, Sheridan's city clerk, went to Billings this afternoon to do some shopping. He plans to return tomorrow.

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