Author: Dale Tracy

Cheyenne 100 Years Ago

Mr. C.A. Koons, local railroad agent at Cheyenne, reported that he had handled 85 carloads of freight during October. Wheat 11, Broomcorn 26, Other Grain 1, Cattle 25, Hogs 4; Carloads received Salt 1, Potatoes 2, Livestock 3,...

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Cheyenne 100 Years Ago

J.L. Ivy of near Roll was in Strong attending the big street carnival. Sam Kendall of Roll, G.C. Kirby of Hamburg were here this week. Uncle Jim Cooper, a prosperous rancher near Herring, was here. H.I. Witcher & wife of...

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Cheyenne 100 Years Ago

The businessmen of Strong City have made arrangements for a free movie show every Sat. afternoon for the farmers and their families. Mrs. G.B. Lovett of Cheyenne has been appointed Chairman of the WWI Roger Mills Co. Food Card...

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Cheyenne 100 Years Ago

The motion picture show will show reels on Sat. night and Tues. night. The following lodges will meet in Johnson Hall in Strong City on various dates: Roll Lodge of IOOF, Modern Woodman, Woodmen of the World, Royal Neighbors of...

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Cheyenne 100 Years Ago

An Old Settlers Picnic will be held at Roll on Aug 23-24, 1917 and will entertain the “Soldier Boys” as guest of honor. Special guests will be Mr. and Mrs. W.H. Anderson and family of Strong City in memory of their son Virgil....

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