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Keota Eagle (Newspaper) - August 15, 1918, Keota, Iowa Aimrt TMp amp At Mat t Ihr brauljful Wr M lormt Vwtk In few Urgw town Wr Our full t IN IOWA IVrlain lo IUguffeHnft Awonit plf NM At Minr In Of Hhorisge On July 1 IOWA coal production a million and a half abort of U thnt uw amount fcchwlulwl by the to pitwluctnl up to that Thli the ttiitcmrnt of Governor Harding who if making an effort to stimulate of coal and a more general ttunti and big MM ta tilt ll on the banks We unl May of coal of which thr mines now Scaicity of lack of piling up of coal at the due to the of 12 SO and a prtxiurtion nched for Iowa far in ft rfld ws it N MssrZT S1 full rftaf lo CM me out threw hen Afuuhd of normal are given IMJ the reasons for the faituiv to M meet the iwnt It all tnrunjt next winter fun thaw who do not have coal In Mmagr when the cold weather fall of Morage space and inability of a good many rcmsum U pay for their winters coal 1 have rnuf MippJy by the majority of ee aprmtorN and dfalors prevent the of coal from being uni 1 practically wt tttt of S vrrnally sUri tux rv of At for frotne to makes it a3 the more for Uiouc who can do for who can to do so ificas at Oes Moines dc ma tiuit Tlw Vi wwjtujfcl 2JWQ in Iowa were idle the lime during Use first and We j in Many of the oVUvk a I have shut down because they Wed WffJ jywj S Voak larf feat sry ta what I wji navr Uvat h that cant move their Mcam coal at the pncr government fixtni for it at sng buy at thin price if they can avoid it Miner aif the ft ate it is ip probable that the railroads in gt i sliy wsl follow the dmYlsir Aishton of and in that thry bart mine run coal instead to Was lung ton that prtinnt cont he whirr to cut jnn jc5 un at s came out of to ctval by brick 03 der never NO MOKK MBX CAN VOU XTKKU In The Army Huapendid For Voluntary In the army am navy were Thursday to disruption HTRKKT CAR LINKS ABE ALL TIED No Agreement And Com puny At The Dubuqu car of bill proponing to extend diaff f all men between 18 and completely Ud up xince 2 o f pending dUpoMttion of the clock Saturday afternoon when mot to j or men and employed by the Dubuque Electric oper of thtr traction walked out on Btrike they 45 ulmo exclude civilians appointment U train tlucompany officials refused to meet int rampit until further A general army order was Kami day creating the army of u which the to a working The decision to strike catrvo at a of the United in meeting of the car crews Friday ev every element of the The company of the of ori By the provisions of the to the presence of a C4rtain individual on the conimit ith Un regular national j Ue and refused to deal with The national army and reserve j man in question is are abolished for all j president of the local union and chair thcm go all insignia other j man of the wake The men iruint that he act as Considerable confusion wan caused by the walkout Saturday very few people being aware that was The first car into the barns at 2 o It was an hour herro the plain monogram nKtrvtd for itgjilarh officers received Fr iiy morning that recruiting had KUupended and the folowingno tit Men who have a letter from a of Staff which is dated to Aufrust authorizing before the last one was brot as en in special branches such att 3i Knlijtcd Reserve Tank wil be accepted by any iiiiting Officer if presented with iiif time limit stated in the letter no limit is then within from the dute of the letter of The same rule applies to presenting letters for en in ot 10 for Field Artillery Officers IN PAIKFIKLD MAN IS FIGl RE AKKO PLANE ACCIDENT A insue of the 1Hiladelphia contains an interesting account Of the Xisit to Philidelphia of the Head Aero of which uunant Henry son of SiS anti Clark King of this u A The trip was made from the who happened to be aboard were carried to their destin ations before the men Outlying parks Sunday were practi cally while downtown parks wen A committee of business men se lected by the commercial club offer ed services as a board of concilia but the company refused the of pncfering to deal with the men it No effort is being made to run the and officials indicated that none Negotiations for an increase in wages and improved working condi tions have been under way for Early in a board of arbitration named by settled the their de cision granting the men an increase and changed working DEATH After an of Graham away at I oclock on Augunt at wan a arlmpte of the but he grew weaker there were other complications the inevitable Fletcher had always been ft man for hb U was net U fast year that bis friends a halting in and a dimming Of the but H wag nature to fe be had no idea of death and when this orcrcame he expected to be oat again soon ho i t Iwsadquajrters at c 1 bmce that the U Kndwa for the purpose of making a i f have made several futile at of the defenses of the tempts to get the company to sign a working the traction of ficials always refusing to deal with the committee as made A final effort rnade week to pet the representatives of the men ami officials of the company together enlisted in the nrtr on the just two recruiting offices hisi5 to IVs M i and to Monday of this to lo some training caivj and not sure what rnit North awong ihoiM who were made pu by rwvnt flush of letters grandwin William ts who is in the ambuianc writes cheerily under date o July 2 from somewhere in Ihar Grandfather How arv coming along anyhow You ought over and your on iome of the bloody I always take u giw in donl the war quite tame although it quite an ftmbitiou We haw only about man haul each and no one in our j division been for quite a of Boche fall j j k vlty of rhiladephia against air j in a slight j at Uulanding at rhiladeSj due to an unobserved bump on he grvaiid whiclj his piano i The wa badiy daniiipfd but the was j Lieutenant King was a at Iowa City cnlistei in the aviation j corps shortly sfer war with by Jhis He j Crvwi veral at Texas snd aviation fields but has ecn at the Long Island for time and is eagerly th i XJWCtod Oiv to JTX1 tO Tht 1hihidelplua pajver pub his ctuif Hi connivUoii with he Ileath liai snadrvn Fairfuid Ti but this has also OBITUARY Amanda Melvina was at Guernsey May died in August aged 86 2 She was united in marriage to Wil had no idea death wm In history of Keokttk pub lished in we find this entry produce ota born in Trumbuil in 1S42 lived there until and then came to this locating M Lafayette and engaged its fanning and school teaching came to Keota and engaged in the loaning and insurance business in the army in Company T7th Ohio and served four Graham is a young man of good bas and is resjtecfagtf by ail who know It is quite Hkely this history was in error in regard to hia for ha always gave his birth March It will thus be seen that Fletcher Graham had lived here for S3 and was therefore one of our rety earliest But two or three re main who lived here as long as Graham did JL Charlton and There as the town was surveyed and lived here al the rest of his 46 He always a prominent man hit in his younger days he took a more act ive part in public affairs than In him declining He the school Iistriets first secretary am filled variw other of He was superintendent of the Sunday for many and was a tireiess worker for that so ck Ketcher Graham never marrferl bat bis he Aas a man of tates aJ the child it wannest He always alone and while he liked yet Ham at Wash They came to Iowa in the year 1SJ sprinft of IS svn were bom he never cousted it seemed to be content with his simple his books and his We never knew a man of more personal both in appear ance and If he possessed single no one but himself kmw He was never io utter a suggestive he never he never He took a great inter est in the and for several to Keota in the j years prior to his was comman Luia ilauphtor of of and of West wer united in by Frank of tho Presbyterian church in at the parsoruigo in that on Wed August at oclock x The bride was attired in a inounUun blue traveling and hey wipiv accompanied by and Gtwrgf The happy couple left at once on a wiedding trip to Illi and after a short will re To this union 8 child boys and 5 The father and one girl and one boy preceded the Those remain ing are Sarah Clara Eva Albert and She united with the church when thirteen years of She was one of those who came into the Union when the church was She was over a faithful and loyal member of the church of her As long as health and strength per mitted she was faithful in attendance upon the of the Dar ing the closing years of her life she enjoyed the loving ministrations and tender care of her daughter tuni to Tho groom is an in ttno spared no pains for her liustrious young but ho ex perts to leave that occupation soon to serve his count ly as a soldier in Uncle Sams The bride well and favorayy known in Uus wishes to join the many of Mr and Mre Munswa in vvishinff 8 around our i isoner with a pitchfork the Then werent any extra Housekeepers who have not laid in their canning supplies should do advises the United States De of j show that already sections of jind a of japctiort day after the We haw a elaborate program hut I doubt If we more than nhoot off a few of our of German rifles jiiekwi We have a big menu for land to Onto ww Ohio Ui ytw anrtlnffr St Si fU f but food Ihlok I thecountry are having difficulty in containers far home The shortage of tin aad coupled with delayed ex it immedi A and life is clesed A life which left a strong and noble im press upon the lives of her children and of all who knew A woman of keen She knew and loved her and the whom U re Funeral services were held at United Presbyterian church in Keota on Tuesday afternoon at 1 conducted by the Interment was in Wayne soa of Foster of Uine a win Thursday to report at Camp Fort within next fifteen He ths 1st to the Foster der of the locai Fletcher Gra ham was a great horseback rider when equestrianism was in la early days Keota to always cele brate the and it would not have been a fourth had not ay ways headed the profession on a We shall always like to remember hint as at best when he was grand marshal the anniver sary of our nations The remains were taken to War ren Saturday evening for bur ial by his sister Miss Graham of who was with him when he Short services held at the home at 4 oclock thai af ternoon by Hoff WRC in body a haif of his army com party to And we shall fee Fletcher no May he rest in in the of his WEKKLY WEATHER For the August 12t7th to thunder showers about Wwlnes4ay ia north portion ami Tburstiay tion Iowa the leading ia the production of corn cording to the indications Kansas leads in Minnesota In North Dakota in rye aai flax South Dakota in la probably ia waeghant is and New York to pota
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