A Look Back in Time: July 9, 1914

Five new denominations of postage stamps have been issued, but Sheridan will not receive any of them for at least 60 days.

The post office here orders stamps quarterly, and the last order was made just before the new issue.

Sheridan County School Superintendent Miss Edith K.O. Clark reports that a large number of the county's rural schools do not yet have teachers. About 70 teachers are employed in the schools here.

Miss Eleanor Mackey of Omaha arrived today. She is the guest of Miss Harriet Gillette.

Reeds has ladies' fine-ribbed vests on sale, priced for clearance at just 12 and one-half cents.

First Northern Bank
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