A Look Back in Time: Feb. 25, 1914

At 10:15 o'clock this morning, an extra east-bound freight train collided with a mine run engine in the yards at the Alger station between Monarch and Carneyville.

No one was injured, and damage to the locomotives is estimated at about $100. The track wasn't damaged at all.

Notice has been received from Washington that the bids for two star routes from this city to Birney, Mont., and Buffalo have been rejected, and new bids are called for. The bids were submitted the first of this year. New bids will be received until March 31 and will be for carrying the mail for four years. The route from Sheridan to Buffalo is 46 miles and will include Banner, Story and Kearney.

Mrs. J.T. Logan and Miss Foster gave one of the most beautiful affairs of the season yesterday afternoon. The occasion was a pre-lenten six-course luncheon, complimentary to Mrs. Eggleston. Yellow jonquils in the center of each table wafted a fragrant breath of spring, and yellow-shaded candles and chandeliers lent a beautiful glow. Auction bridge was played after the luncheon.

Mr. and Mrs. George Lord have left the city to attend the automobile show in Omaha.

Mrs. C.C. Tarbox has returned from an extended trip in the east.

For Sheridan Media, this is Pat Blair, with a look at Sheridan County on Feb. 25, 1914.

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