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In Years Past

July 18, 2014

In 1914, two men in a Ford automobile at 2 a.m. in the morning drove up in front of the E.E. Guignon Hardware Store on North Center Street in Corry, in the main business center of the city, jumped out of the machine, heaved a brick through the plate glass window, cleaned all the goods out of the window and made a quick getaway. The police were still looking for the burglars. The haul included revolvers and flashlights. It looked as if the two were searching for tools to pull off some bigger job.



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