A Look Back in Time: Aug. 1, 1914

Mr. and Mrs. Carl Sackett and Mrs. Gatchell and daughters motored to Buffalo yesterday evening.

Mr. and Mrs. Sackett will spend several days in the Powder River company.

Assistant fire chief Fred Gill has recently completed a very novel work basket, designed to hang on the wall. A diamond-shaped piece of leather is fitted with one pocket for thread, and another for buttons. The basket features hangers made from a bear's claw and a bobcat's claw.

The Cash Supply Company is overloaded on tea. They are making the tea available at 25 cents a pound, 10 cents a pound less than the wholesale price. Don't overlook this bargain. Call early; the tea won't last long at this price.

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