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

Sheridan police authorities are noticing that the closing of the saloons has been making considerable difference in their work. The processing of jags that formerly took up much of their time has been interrupted.

Judge Byrd, police magistrate, was ready for business this morning after a 10 days’ outing at his cottage in Piney, where he was accompanied by his family.

Mrs. Clara Palmer of Big Horn was in Sheridan today. She came in last night.

Attorney Glenn Kinsley is installing gas for cooking and heating in his home on South Thurmond street.

The work of concreting between the street car rails on Main street began yesterday afternoon and was being pushed today.

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