Peek at the Past
September 8, 2022
100 Years Ago
September 7, 1922
Ed Vines rode the high, wide and handsome buckers at Moorcroft and brought home two prizes: one for saddle riding and the other for bareback. A good crowd was reported to have been present. George Firestone rode Yellow Fever for a purse of $35.00.
Charles Whitney slid down off a load of bundles and hit a pitchfork that was standing up along the load, causing serious injury to his intestines. He was taken to Deadwood immediately where he was operated on and at last reports was very low.
Jim Keck, a miner working at excavating the coal shaft at the M.H. Shields...
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