A Look Back in Time: April 17, 1914

Sheridan's Painters' Union local 996 hosted an informal dinner last night at the Palace cafe.

About 25 sat down to the tables, including paint contractors and local newspaper men who attended as guests. Photographer Fuller took a flash light picture of the scene. All the officers of the union appeared in their white painting uniforms.

Mr. and Mrs. E.R. Dinwiddie hosted a dinner last evening.

J.S. Davis of Parkman registered at the Sheridan Inn last evening.

Tom Reavis, foreman of the O.W. Ranch, was seen in town today.

The ladies of the Priscilla Club will have a cake sale tomorrow at Harker's Plumbing shop. Cakes will be available in the morning, and a large assortment is promised.

Judge Nichols has rendered a decision in the slot machine case against John Wright of this city. The judge ruled that slot machines are a gambling device, and Wright has been fined $25 and costs. Wright gave notice that he will appeal to the district court.

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