Now here's Sheridan Media's look back in time, to 100 years ago, by reporter Pat Blair as published in the Sheridan Enterprise newspaper on
Feb. 13, 1914.
Hundreds of people are stopping daily to view the display in the window of the D&D hardware store. The store is featuring an exhibit of more than 50 old fire arms and weapons, including guns, pistols, swords, lances and bows from every part of the world. Most of the collection is owned by Dr. McMillan Jones of New Acme. Dr. Hanson of Prairie Dog and C.B. Holmes of this city also donated some pieces to the exhibit.
C.S. Robinson has purchased the Sheridan Bottling Works on Broadway.
A fire broke out about 9:20 last evening in the Burlington hay storage barn on Eighth Street opposite Sheridan Avenue. The structure burned to the ground in a short time. Loss is estimated at $1,700. A little over 50 tons of hay and other items, including several harnesses, had been stored there. The barn was valued at $1,000.
J.F. Owen presented a splendid article on the breeding of blooded cattle during the Farmer's Institute at Dayton.
For Sheridan Media, this is Pat Blair, with a look at Sheridan County on Feb. 13, 1914.