Cheyenne 100 Years Ago

An announcement has been made that after June first the C & O W Ry Co. will equip its road with a motor passenger, express and mail car which will make two trips daily from Clinton to Cheyenne. This car is large enough to accommodate about fifty passengers. The road will maintain its steam train for freight services making as many trips as necessary in handling the freight business. C.T. Vessels announces for County Commissioner District One. E.L. White announces for Sheriff. Last Monday morning the people of Elk City and community west of town were startled to hear that…

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