A Look Back in Time: March 6, 1914

The Sheridan Manufacturers' association at its meeting last evening appointed a committee to investigate the matter of holding a “Made in Sheridan” exhibit this fall.

The meeting was at the City Bakery, where a lunch was served at 6:45 o'clock to the 27 in attendance. Ham sandwiches, pickles, apple pie, cheese and coffee were served.

County Agent McCartney has received a letter from B.E. Garretson in Clearmont stating the farmers in that vicinity refused to form a farmer's union when the state organizer for that association was there. Farmers passed a resolution unanimously declaring that more and better results could be obtained through the Farm Betterment club. It is understood that farmers in other parts of the county are considering a similar resolution.

W.P. Service has sold the business of the Service Jewelry company on Main Street to Otis Benson.

The Sheridan Green House has a special sale on carnations, 35 cents for a dozen.

For Sheridan Media, this is Pat Blair, with a look at Sheridan County on March 6, 1914.

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