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Bradford Star-Record (Newspaper) - August 30, 1922, Bradford, Pennsylvania r �� LAST EDITION VOL. XVI. NO. 149. BRADFORD, PA, ^EDNSSDAY EVENING, AUGUST 30, 1922 PRICESCENTa frank Burns, His Wife and Who Lived with Family Murdered in their I r Home at Canton, O F Fiend Used Iron Bar for Weapon Canton, to 0., Aug, death with 30. WOMEN TO PLAY LEADING PARTS IN CLINE TRIAL 4 Ira. Cline and Alice Thornton, a be Principal Witnesses i Case GOV. SPROUL YEARS SEARCH Beaten to aeatn witn an * � k,� *GWn1,- T*,T^ 07 f New York, Aug. 30.-The fate of iron bar, 4 rank Burns, 27/George a. cane, who is m jaii at llis Wife, Freda. 26, and MrS, Hackensack, N. J., charged with the XUvv Vftla ctpi-o hrntallir murder of John Ber&in, an actor, be-Maiy AOia, Were Oimaiiy cause of Bergln's attention to Mrs. murdered early today in the, c"^ei_win _rGst Jarsely ln ^ hands JBurns home*here. The as-"sailant is unknown. Mrs. Nola, who had been separated from her husband, had been living with the Burns About 2 o'clock this morning, Mrs. Kola arrived home with a companion, Luther Armstrong. As she entered the door she was struck :
Olympic Club Dance At the Armory. The Bradford Six. - . �? Everythlnsr AB Hay Kickers' big barn dance, Thursday, Aug. Jlst. Xem and Jed. x30-i*I be located. Miss Clementine Wise x30-l*I Will",resume her music classes September 1. Registration can be made on or after Friday, Sept. 1, at 88 West Corydon street, where her studio will ' X30-3C* A COSTLY FIRE AT BEAVERDALE. I3eaverdale, Pa., Aug. 30-Twelve families fled from their homes here early today when fire swept over the two town blocks and destroyed a dozen stores and dwellings and caused an estimated loss of $l50,(rt)0. Hay Kickers Get Your Overalls and Bungalow Aprons at Garfinkle's, 10-12 Mechanic Four doors from Mf in. designed GO years ago this summer, has never been altered j� design, and many of the original plants set out in it are still flourishing. The garden was planned in 1862 by -. Horace B. Enos of Long Beach; Calif., who was a sophomore at that time, and who is now one of the oldest of living Penn State alumni. Near & Co.. Ideal Garage, H. it McCord, jthe garden stands *a deep wood, called! Rew City; H. D. Marsh, Farmers Vat- the Ghost Walk, which waa also planted by the first students of the college*- r*n�t- - �-*- - - - ley. xm.w.f* Husted $t Sorrentino For the dance Thursday night at Rock City. 3)0-2 Dance at Lewis Run Tonight. X30-1* Ben Hnr Picnic and Field Day at Rock City [Thursday, Aug. 31st. Baseball games, [ladies* and gents' races of all kin da. j Prizes for all events. Everybody eome. ! Cars 10 a. m. Tickets \% and'21 cents. Coffee free to all. x2$-3* Early pictures of the campus show ttaa wood as a young nursery plantation. At the present time It is a sizeable* forest consisting of evergreens planted in long straight .rows. big Don't Be Disappointed. Get in line early at the Hay Rickets-~ bam dance, Thura, Aug. 31st. x30-1v Special at Smhb BrtM. Fancy Honey Dew Melons, TosMfoe* and Bartlett Pears for canniaij. ^ - t -I., r-: j V ^ - IB1 .. - h - 1 L� 4 . 4 f - H mi h- r
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