A Look Back in Time

A Look Back in Time: May 30, 1914

Well-known Sheridan businessman Herbert Coffeen has been taken suddenly, seriously ill at his home. His condition is so alarming that he has been taken to the hospital.

A Look Back in Time: May 29, 1914.

Chief of Police Breen has received the list of people who have taken out chauffeurs' licenses from the city. He said there are 30 names, and that is just a small fraction of the number of people who drive automobiles for hire.

A Look Back in Time: May 28, 1914

County Clerk Floyd has received a letter from the state penitentiary warden that the county will receive convict labor this summer. The county clerk requested 20 convicts to work on the Tongue River Canyon road.

A Look Back in Time: May 27, 1914

The people of Sheridan voted overwhelmingly for the passage of $50,000 in bonds to pay for extending the local sewer system. Commissioner Canfield says work on the new sewer will begin as soon as possible.

A Look Back in Time: May 23, 1914

“The Lost Paradise,” the three-act drama given to benefit Sheridan Elks Lodge 520, opened at the Orpheum Theater last night. The play will be presented again tonight.

A Look Back in Time: May 22, 1914

The water in Big and Little Goose creeks – which reached an alarming level yesterday – today is falling.

A Look Back in Time: May 19, 1914

The Burlington Railroad has announced it will give special excursion rates for the Sheridan Stampede in July.

A Look Back in Time: May 16, 1914

Forty-five children in the dance class of Mrs. Louise Taylor last night gave a demonstration of what they have been learning.

A Look Back in Time: May 15, 1914

Fred Jensen and Elsie Wentz are in serious condition, and two others slightly injured, in an accident on Carney hill, near Carneyville, last night.

A Look Back in Time: May 14, 1914

Commercial Club Secretary Steele has received more than 20 inquiries about the Sheridan country.

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