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Hotels: Herring Hotel

The Lusk Herald, April 19, 1906

Harry Herring has sold his interest in the hotel to his father and will go on the road in a few days to talk "All Right" washing machines.

(NOTE: The Herring Hotel was first known as The Collins House hotel, then it became the Northwestern Hotel and finally the Henry Hotel.)

The Lusk Herald, June 21, 1906

Billy Fisher and wife came down from Douglas Monday and remained until yesterday. While here Billy sold the hotel property to Mrs. Lena Henry, who will take charge of the same next Sunday. She has also purchased the furniture and fixtures and it will not be sold at public auction, as per the advertisement on the front page of this issue. (See below)

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and all or any of the Hotel Furniture and Fixtures are offered at private sale cheap. All that is not sold by SATURDAY, JUNE 23, 1906, will be sold at PUBLIC AUCTION at the Hotel, commencing at 10 o'clock a.m.
Everything goes. Come and buy at your price.

H.J. HERRING, Lusk, Wyo.

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