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Hulger, Herbert died 1915


Posted By: Reid R. Johnson
Date: 6/12/2013 at 02:18:10

Emmetsburg Democrat, Wednesday, 2 June 1915.

Dropped Dead In Wright Café. Herbert Hulger Of Waukon Meets With Sudden Death.

Tuesday morning about four o'clock Herbert Hulger of Waukon, who was employed in the Wm. Wright café nights, dropped dead on the floor. He was afflicted with leakage of the heart and was taking treatment from Dr. Cretzmeyer. Monday evening he claimed to be feeling quite healthy. He was on duty as usual during the night. About four o'clock in the morning Marshal Brennan called and ate a lunch. He stepped out to look about town, and remembering that he had not settled his bill, he returned to the restaurant to pay it but did not find Mr. Hulger in the front room. He went to the kitchen and discovered the young man lying on the floor, life was extinct. Mr. Hulger was perhaps seventeen years of age. He roomed at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Agnew. His mother and a younger brother and sister live at Waukon. His father is dead. The superintendant of schools at Waukon is his guardian. The remains will be taken to Waukon today for burial. Those who met Mr. Hulger considered him an exemplary young man. He met a very sudden death.



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