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 - into the factory. However, - the little army...
into the factory. However, - the little army got away finally without the loss of a man, due largely to the efforts of the very numerous rear guard. The Harrisburgers got an idea of the kind of stuff Millensburg people are made of when they began to sympathize with their hosts on the loss of a big business block by lire near the station. "Don t pity us, said J. W. Bruebaker, of J. W. Bruebaker & Bros., "that lire means a fine new building, all brick, and as good as anything you have in your city. We have already engaged Howard Holwig to put it up." Among those who met the Harris - burgers at Millersburg were T. F. Bradenbaugh, S. S. Bowman, Howard Holwig. O. H. Watts. William Dowden, A. Dowden, Ned Thornton, H. F. Sheatz, A. J. Polk, L. B. Bowman, Frank Paine, Frank Campbell, Howard Holwig and H. G. Frederick. Reception at Herndon

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  1. Harrisburg Telegraph,
  2. 18 Feb 1915, Thu,
  3. Page 6

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