A Look Back in Time: Jan. 4, 1918

January 4, 2018

Mr. Hewitt, of Hewitt’s Bootery, has left for Chicago, to be gone three weeks. He plans to attend the National Shoe Dealers’ convention, which opens on Jan. 7 and will continue to Jan. 9.

Mr. Haldock, representative of the Liquid Carbonic Co. of Chicago, is in Sheridan superintending the installation of a new soda fountain at the Brown Drug Co.

Paul Mydland, of the Mydland Dairy, had a narrow escape from death yesterday when his wagon and team plunged into Soldier creek. He was badly bruised and sustained a broken collar bone. The wagon was badly broken up and over 52 gallons of milk and four gallons of cream were lost.

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