A Look Back in Time: April 8, 1914

County Clerk Floyd has been directed by the commissioners to write to the state board of charities and reform, and apply for some convict labor for Sheridan this summer.

Work is needed on the Ranchester and Dayton road and on the proposed road up Tongue River Canyon.

Herbert Coffeen left at noon today for Denver, as a special delegate from the Sheridan Commercial Club. He will join Mr. Kendrick and F.C. Poll in efforts to see Secretary of the Interior Lane on the matter of opening the Crow Indian Reservation.

Sheridan Music company now has all the new Edison and Victor records for April. Call and hear them played.

The Paul J. Rainey African Hunt is showing in six reels at The Grand Theater today. This is the most marvelous picture ever taken. Matinee prices are 15 and 25 cents. Night admission is 25 and 35 cents.

For Sheridan Media, this is Pat Blair, with a look at Sheridan County on April 8, 1914.

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