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The following "Local Notes" appeared in The Daily Transcript's Feb. 7, 1925 issue:
The bursting of a fire service main yesterday afternoon at the city hall caused considerable excitement, but the damage was not very great. Ceilings and floors were the sufferers.

Jack T. Millan has announced his candidacy for re-election as city treasurer and tax collector. His record has been such a good one that it is practically certain he will have no opposition.

District Attorney Kempley had a narrow escape from death yesterday when an infuriated "divine healer," on trial in the superior court, suddenly hurled a heavy water pitcher at him, cutting quite a gash in his scalp. Several stitches had to be taken. But no serious consequences are feared.

The members of the Seventh Day Adventist organization who spent last night in their little church at Old Town awaiting the second coming of Christ were still there this morning, but business was going on as usual.

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