A Look Back in Time: July 26, 1914

E.E. Lonabaugh and party left this morning for a ten-days' outing at Penrose Park and Kearney lakes.

Also in the party were several acquaintances from Omaha who arrived in town yesterday.

Mr. H.F. Mosher has taken over the Austin Candy Company. The business includes a luncheonette, soda, candy and cigars. Lunches are available for fishing, camping and auto parties.

Children's white wash dresses, usually $1.25, are just 39 cents during Reed's July clearance sale. Corsets up to $2 in value are now just 89 cents. Ladies' black silk hose, regular 75-cent quality, are now just 25 cents. These values and more are at Reed's on South Main Street.

For Sheridan Media, this is Pat Blair, with a look at Sheridan County on July 26, 1914.

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