Worm 27-4-4 house fire dog

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Worm 27-4-4 house fire dog - EARLY: HORNING' a SiS .mi S, 1927. 4. of all to...
EARLY: HORNING' a SiS .mi S, 1927. 4. of all to be made who recently from Creek. daughter, recently bouncing fine ' Mrs. her.. 27th week or vgrand - there are SCORE FLEE IN FROM APARTMENT Apartment House Fire at jYormleysburg Causes ,y $1,000 Damage i SPARKS ARE BLAMED A police dog - discovered a fire this morning which threatened the Coble Apartments, Front street, near Locust, in Wormleysburg. The dog asleep in a front room of . the Coble family apartment In the first floor was awakened by smoke pouring from the basement The dog went into the room ot Jack Woodf.15, son ot Mrs. Coble and, awakened him. Flee in Night Clothes ' Six families fled in their, night clothes. Apartments are occupied by Edwin S. Burd, Paul Dlddier, Leonard Eyler, W. Scott Coble, Charles Sload and Whitney Mum - ma. All left without injury. Household goods were removed when the " building was threatened. ' Young Wood called residents la the apartment and then sounded a fire alarm. The Wormleysburg - fire department' battled the flames until the Harrisburg companies ar - rived. - . . Chief Tawney and the Good Will and Washington companies of this city crossed the river and assisted in fighting the fire. Damage was confined to the cellar. The loss is estimated at $1,000. Sparks Blamed . The fire is thought to have been started by sparks from a furnace. - An automatic. . system sets a draught on the furnace "according to Dbnald Bruce, who is employed byXJoble. Sparks from the furnace arer thought to have been blown out into the cellar. ' Dense smoke in the cellar, hampered the work of the firemen. Damage by fire was confined to the cellar. The upper part of the building was smoked. ADMITS STEALING LIBERTY

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  1. Harrisburg Telegraph,
  2. 04 Apr 1927, Mon,
  3. Page 1

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