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Cheyenne 100 Years Ago

Plans are being made for the Roger Mills Co. Fair Sept. 10-11. Superintendents for the following classes of exhibits are: Horses, Tom Caudle; Cattle, W.A. Beaty; Swine, John Leary; Agriculture, W.C. Tomlinson; Jams and Jellies, Platonic Club; Textiles & Fine Arts,...

Cheyenne 100 Years Ago

E.L. Barrett is teaching a singing class here and has thirty enrolled. W.H. Mouser left last Friday for Indiana and will visit with friends and relatives. Miss Fan Earl Robinson who has been visiting her sister, Mrs. R.F. Baird, left today for her home in Texas. Mrs....

Cheyenne 100 Years Ago

Great Britain declared war on Germany. A two story re-enforced concrete fireproof building will be erected by Carl Kemp and will be used as a hotel. Mrs. L.A. Beaty is in Okla. City this week on business as well as R.F. Baird. There will be a pie supper at the...

Cheyenne 100 Years Ago

Roger Mills Co Fair Assoc. met in this city the first of the week and the following officers were selected: President F.A. Beavin; Vice-President T.L. Miller; Directors are W.H. Bell, J.C. Thornton, W.W. Blackburn, J.F. Curtis, G.H. Dodgion of Cheyenne; J.A. Moad of...

Cheyenne 100 Years Ago

A large number of county residents met in Cheyenne Tues. evening to discuss the Co. Fair situation. B.F. Baird was chosen as Secretary. On the morning of the fourth of July friends and relatives congregated in the Pleasant Grove at the home of Mrs. J.H. Porter, five...