A Look Back in Time: June 28, 1914

The Story Lodge has a Sunday dinner special:

Chicken soup, chicken fricassee with dumplings, or boiled ham, riced potatoes, creamed green beans, pickles, fresh lettuce, onions, new honey, salad, your choice of lemon and fruit pie, chocolate cake or ice cream, and tea, coffee or milk, all for just 50 cents.

The Sheridan Stampede committee is inviting all interested persons to participate in the parade that will be part of the celebration. Any sort of western dress will be appropriate for the occasion. Flat cars left the city last night for Lodge Grass and other reservation towns, to get teepee poles. Indians from those towns will leave tomorrow, and will camp Tuesday night on Wolf Creek.

City commissioners have announced that the reservoirs are in a little better condition, and sprinkling hours will be extended to include today. If people are not wasteful, and the experiment proves a success, the same privileges may be extended in subsequent Sundays.

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