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Lusk Livery Barn

Converse County Herald, January 5, 1905

Sam Porter has purchased Harry Crater the latter's interest in the livery barn and hereafter the firm will be known as Hinckle & Porter. This makes several times that place has changed hands the past year but we believe the present owners are stayers and will be doing business together for a good long time.
The Lusk Herald, January 11, 1912

"S.W. Richmond
Lusk Livery & Feed Stable, west of the Northwestern Hotel
Transient Trade a Specialty
Long or Short Drives by Day or Night
Lusk, Wyoming"

The Lusk Herald, February 3, 1916

C.S. (Charlie) Barnes has bought out General Edwards' and Roy Porter's interests in the barn on First Street and will there conduct a livery, feed and sales stable.

The Lusk Herald, December 6, 1917


Messrs. Elliott & Whipple have bought the interest of C.S. Barnes in the Lusk Livery barn and have already taken possession.  They will move their stock of grain from the Rouse building to their new location, when, it is understood, this building will undergo repairs and improvements.

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