Looking Back

 


100 YEARS AGO

Nov. 16, 1916

The car shortage and tie-up on the U.P., which had existed for several weeks, was getting more serious as the elevators were full of grain and were forced to stop buying as they were unable to get cars.

The building for the creamery and artificial ice plant in Pine Bluffs was constructed.

Chas. Stevens was planning on opening up a job print shop in Sidney, Neb.

R.B. Shook was moving the garage from the Farnsworth property to his farm north of Egbert where he will convert it into a dwelling.

E.H. Harvey put in a phone for John Palm.

A girl was born to Dick Rutle...



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