Tuesday June 27, 1916, saw a variety of approaches to the news of the ongoing crisis with Mexico.
The Wyoming Tribune, a Cheyenne paper that tended to be dramatic in its headlines, was dramatic for June 27.
Quite the dramatic cartoon about "civilization following the flag" as well, presenting a colonial view that a person can't imagine seeing in a paper today. Indeed, its hard not to imagine the cartoon offering offense, and frankly even viewing it now, it offers it.
The Sheridan Record, however, was less so, if still pretty presenting some pretty worrisome news.
The Laramie Republican was the least dramatic of the examples we have here, but presented the same set of news stories, more ore less.