Basin Republican no. 42 March 29, 1912, page 1

   Ed Miller of Brokenback was operated upon for bladder trouble at the Basin hospital last Monday, and although the operation itself  was not serious the shock was too much for the patient and he expired that day.  Deceased was 58 years of age and had lived in the Tensleep country for a number of years and was honored and respected by all who knew him.  He is survived by one brother, who arrived yesterday from Nebraska and will take charge of the remains.


Basin Republican no. 42 March 29, 1912, page 6

Wm. Douglas, Bert Simpson and John Morton of Tensleep came down this morning as a committee from the Modern Woodsman lodge there to escort the remains of the late Ed Miller to that town today, where the funeral will be held.


Wyoming Tribune no. 79 April 03, 1912, page 1

Operation Shock Fatal-Ed Miller, a well known resident of Tensleep, is dead at the Basin hospital as a result of an operation for the removal of a tumor.  He was unable to withstand the shock.


Worland Grit no. 20 April 04, 1912, page 3

Death Of Ed Miller

Ed Miller, a well known resident of the Tensleep country, passed away at the Basin Hospital on

Monday shortly after an operation performed for the purpose of removing a tumor from the neck of the bladder. He had failed to recover from the shock of the operation.

   Mr. Miller had been a resident of the Tensleep country for a number of years and was well liked by those with whom he came in contact. He was a member of the Woodmen lodge, which sent a delegation consisting of Bert Simpson, John Morton and Wm. Douglas after the remains, which will be taken to Tensleep this morning, the funeral services being planned for that place.

Mr. J. S. Miller, a brother of, the deceased, arrived yesterday from Chadron, Neb.—Basin Rustler