A Look Back in Time: Aug. 8, 1919

Now here's Sheridan Media's look back in time, to 100 years ago, by reporter Pat Blair as published in the Sheridan Enterprise newspaper on Aug. 8, 1919.

Senator John B. Kendrick says if stockmen should desire to seek pasturage elsewhere during the drouth, there is an abundance available in the southwest. The Senator has arrived in Wyoming to supervise the shipment of several thousand head of his cattle to pasture in the southwest.

School dresses for girls are priced from 75 to 89 cents at the Golden Rule store.

In the absence of a county fair in Sheridan, the enterprising citizens of Clearmont are to give a home fair in that city sometime in September.

Miss Josephine Clubb invited a number of friends to her home on 444 S. Linden avenue last night for an informal lawn party.

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