Ralph Hall

(Date Unknown - September 20, 1931)

Lusk Free Lance
September 24, 1931

Well Known Wool Buyer Succumbs To Attack On His Way To Wheatland

Ralph Hall, wool buyer, who has been making this territory for a number of years, succumbed suddenly to an attack of heart trouble early last Sunday morning, while enroute, in company with John Agnew, rancher, to the hospital in Wheatland.

Mr. Hall came into Lusk Saturday, and registered at the Henry hotel. He became ill shortly after his arrival but apparently was feeling better toward evening, according to Glen Cates, proprietor of the hotel. He arose early Sunday morning, expecting to get to Wheatland for treatment, but passed away when within ten miles of that place.

A coroner's inquest was held with a verdict that the man had died of heat affliction. The body was later placed in charge of a Wheatland mortuary and prepared for shipment to Mr. Hall's home in the east.

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