A Look Back in Time: June 26, 1914

The Wyoming Coal company of Sheridan has gone into receivership.

E.W. Stone of the City National bank of Cheyenne has been named receiver. No statement has been issued regarding any change in management. The Monarch mine will continue in operation, and there is no likelihood of any deficiency or default in the payroll.

Fay Harper of Banner has returned home for a few days. He is nursing a sore arm from an injury suffered while he was staying with Mr. Gallatin in Big Horn. Mr. Harper was hit by a polo ball.

Reed's has women's silk boot hose on sale, black, white or tan, just 25 cents a pair.

Louis J. O'Marr has announced he is running on the Democratic ticket for the offices of county and prosecuting attorney.

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