A Look Back in Time: Jan. 12, 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 Jan. 12, 1919.

Sheridan county's bonded indebtedness is given at $3,500 in the report of the state board of education. It's the only bonded indebtedness in the state, as given in the report, which is less than five figures.

Sheridan County Assessor John Morris is attending a meeting of county assessors in Cheyenne.

Swan Grocery and Market has New York buckwheat and pure maple syrup.

James Spain, who volunteered for army service the day before voluntary enlistment was suspended, is home again from a camp in New Mexico.

Hundreds of people of assorted ages spent most of the day skating over the municipal pond today, and at all times, there was a goodly fringe of spectators.

For more lookbacks and to see the front page of today's Sheridan Enterprise, visit www.sheridanwyoming.com.


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