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j.c.early - obtain-of merchan-sbout re- en-gines, Board of...
obtain-of merchan-sbout re- en-gines, Board of Trade. It remained for a number of energetic energetic citizens to solve the problem of bringing to the attention of the outside outside world some of the important business business advantages gained bv locating in Palmyra and these men formed themselves themselves into a Board of Trade to induce manufacturers to get into this growing community. At its first meeting eight inquiries were read from persons looking looking after sites to erect factory buildings, buildings, as few places offer better inducements inducements than does Palmyra. The officers of jhe Board of Trade are: A. G. Stauffer, president: J. Ckrper Early, vice president: C F. Sphnpiilpr secre tary, and George G. Greiner, treasurer. Fire Company. i Palmvra has had a number of de-' de-' de-' structive fires and in consequence of this fact the purchase of several chemical chemical engines became a reality after much disenssion and the town, therefore, is prepared for any emergency that may-occur. may-occur. may-occur. The company's apparatus is housed in a frame building situated on College street, -near -near Main street. Mainly Mainly through the influence of Simon K. Bowman, W. L. Kreider, Jacob Landis, Adam Lessly and Jacob Loose, the Citizens' Citizens' Fire Company was organized and the charter secured from the Court of Co nr.on Pleas of Lebanon county. The officers of the company are: President. G. H. Mover; vice president, C. II. Smith; secretary, Clarence Fisher; treasurer, A. H. Fernsler; trustees. J. A. Shriver, William Early, John S. Rei-der; Rei-der; Rei-der; chief engineer. D. U. Landis; assistant assistant chief, John S. Reider. ' i

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  1. Harrisburg Daily Independent,
  2. 05 Sep 1910, Mon,
  3. Page 7

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