A Look Back in Time: Feb. 3, 1914

Now, here's Sheridan Media's journey back in time to one hundred years ago, with reporter Pat Blair giving the daily news from The Sheridan Enterprise newspaper on Feb. 3,1914. The report mentions the commercial club – which was the forerunner of what's known today as the chamber of commerce.


Sec. Steele of the Commercial Club says he'll start work this week on a report on the possibilities of an interurban electric railway from Sheridan up the Big Goose valley to the Absaraka Park. There are no extensive communities in the valley, but there are scores of ranches, and the secretary believes freight traffic will be more than sufficient to pay for upkeep of the line.

Cash Supply Co. is advertising granulated sugar at $5.15 per hundred pounds. And, their extra fancy oranges are just 45 cents for two dozen.

The City Restaurant, under its new management, has a special on dinner today. You can have your choice of soups, main course, vegetables and desserts for just 50 cents. The restaurant's al a carte dinners range from 25 to 40 cents today.

As many as 3,000 people attended church services yesterday in observance of “Go to Church Sunday” in the city.

For Sheridan Media, this is Pat Blair, with a look at Feb. 1, 1914.

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