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Ed Meyers
© Cheyenne Star
16 Apr 1922 or 1925
Submitted by: Wanda Purcell



Mr. Ed Meyers, owner of the oil well outfit at Rankin, and who has been doing the drilling at the Rankin well for a long time was called to Canada to the bedside of his mother who later died. Mr. Meyers, while in Canada, contracted pneumonia and died Thursday.
Mr. Meyers had great hope of being able to make a well at Rankin and when he left he requested that work be suspended until he returned as he felt confident that oil would be reached in a short distance and he wanted to bring it in. Work was suspended and all who are connected with the Rankin well feel that this loss is a great loss to the company.
Mr. Meyers has been in the Rankin community so long that he has won a warm spot in the hearts of the Rankin people who regret to receive this sad intelligence.


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