Author: Dale Tracy

Cheyenne 100 Years Ago

Cheyenne will be played on the local diamond next Sunday afternoon. The Roger Mills Co. teachers’ training course commenced a two week session here last Monday. Jodie Moad here on business, others were; J.L....

Cheyenne 100 Years Ago

Everybody has their eyes on Cheyenne and the progress we are making with our railroad and the extension of the C&OW. Some people cannot see what advantage the railroad would be to every land...

Cheyenne 100 Years Ago

The ball game played between Gem City and Cheyenne the first day of the celebration was a pitcher’s duel from start to finish. The final score was Cheyenne 8 and Gem City 1. This...

Cheyenne 100 Years Ago

In the recent school election G.B. Lovett was re-elected as School District Clerk and his estimate was approved. The school board has arrived at the conclusion that our school could be conducted with less...

Cheyenne 100 Years Ago

Dr. J.P. Miller reports that 67% of the school children have decayed teeth and other irregularities of their teeth. The fourteenth annual camp meeting of the Church of God will be held at the...

Cheyenne 100 Years Ago

Hugh Randall of the Randall Mercantile Co. was recently elected Secretary of the Roger Mills Co Fair Assoc. for the coming year. Mr. Randall has had a great deal of experience in fair work,...

Cheyenne 100 Years Ago

Dr. J.P. Miller reports that 67% of the school children have decayed teeth and other irregularities of their teeth. The fourteenth annual camp meeting of the Church of God will be held at the...

Cheyenne 100 Years Ago

Mrs. H.D. Cox, a resident of here when the Cheyenne- Arapaho opened for settlement died at the home of her son in New Mexico as a result of old age. She was buried in...

Cheyenne 100 Years Ago

A joint debate at Redmoon opened immediately after church services. It was opened by Mr. Goin followed by Mr. Frank Powers. Both young men were whom someday our county will depend on their present...

Cheyenne 100 Years Ago

Notice is hereby given that the WOWs will meet at the Cheyenne Cemetery on June 11, 1916 at 2:00 for the purpose of unveiling of the monuments of deceased sovereigns. All sovereigns and relatives...