A Look Back in Time: July 3, 1914

Fully five thousand people saw the opening program of the Sheridan Stampede last night.

The event continues tonight with Indian dances on Grinnell avenue in front of the city hall. Another big parade was held this morning. Today's leader was a big war-bonneted Indian riding an old-fashioned tall bicycle equipped with a “yelling” auto horn.

Evangelist Clyde Lee Fife, head of the Fife Brothers, has accepted the invitation of several churches here in Sheridan. The brothers, the World's Most Musical Evangelists, will be here in the city for a great Union Tabernacle campaign to begin on Aug. 23.

Officials have announced the post office will be closed all day on the Fourth of July, except between 9 and 10 o'clock. The carriers will make the morning delivery as usual.

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