DANIELS NOW IS IN NEW BUILDING
The Lusk Standard, August 15, 1919
Jeweler Daniels has moved into the adjoining new Mayes building thereby permitting the removal of the old building which he occupied temporarily. The removal of the old building will be a great improvement to the street and we will all be glad to see it go. The new plate glass front for the Mayes building has not yet arrived and a temporary glass has been place to enable Mr. Daniels to occupy it. the fixtures for the Jewelry store have been shipped but owing to freight tie up have been delayed, but Mr. Daniels assures us that they are the best obtainable and will bring the store strictly up to date in every way. The mahogany wall cases are electrically lighted and with the plate glass floor cases will serve as a fit setting for the good awaiting them . A good jewelry store is an excellent indicator of the prosperity of a community and visitors will know that Lusk is a prosperous town.
FRANK SCOTT BUYS OUT DANIELS STORE
The Lusk Herald, January 29, 1929
Frank A. Scott, who has been local manager of the Daniels Jewelry and Gift shop in Lusk for some time, last week took over the business of the firm, and will operate under the name of Frank A. Scott Jewelry Co. Mr. Scott will handle the same fine line of goods which made the Daniels store one of the best of its kind in eastern Wyoming.
Mr. Scott will continue to handle Eastman Kodaks, Victor Phonographs and records, an excellent line of high-grade jewelry. He will also specialize in film developing, and has already ordered much new equipment so that this line of work can be turned out the same day received.
Mr. Daniels has operated the stores in Douglas and Lusk for many years, but he found his volume of business increasing to such an extent in both stores that he did not have time to take care of both, so he negotiated a deal with Mr. Scott to take over the Lusk store. Mr. Daniels occupies a high place in business circles and has contributed much to the advancement of the town. Mr. Scott is a young man of unquestioned business integrity, and has many friends here who will be glad to know that he has entered business on his own account.
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