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Posted: January 15, 2013 at 4:42 a.m.

100 YEARS AGO Jan. 15, 1913 With a view to lessening as far as possible the danger to the lives of the citizens of Little Rock from electric wires, General Manager C.J. Griffith of the Little Rock Railway and Electric Company has obtained many booklets and posters setting forth the most approved methods of resuscitation from electric shock, and at once will distribute and post them in all public places in the city. The rules are simple, contain no technical terms and anyone who can read can understand and apply them.

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