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July 5, 1922

Top Story: ‘Court denied Dr. Bryson bail’ – His attorney’s efforts to secure bail for Dr. Herbert Bryson, a Cassville doctor charged with the murder of his companion, failed in a directed habeas corpus here this afternoon when the court ordered Dr Bryson was returned to jail to await trial in September. Dr. Bryson is accused of killing Mrs. Helen Irene Haines, with whom he lived as husband and wife, in a remote farming village in this county for over a year. The drama took place on April 8.

Mrs Geo. Mr. Woods sells groceries to the Altoona Company” – Mrs. George M. Woods, widow of the late Washington street grocer, today entered into an agreement with the Shaffer Grocery Company of Altoona, depositing the store at the 615 Washington St. The Shaffer Grocery Company intends, as appears from their statement, to carry on their business at the same place.

“Yellow Dogs Split Double Bill With Mt. Union July 4th” – (By RB Reed) – The Yellow Dogs shared a double header with Mt. Union yesterday when Mt. Union took a 4-1 victory over the Yellow Curse in the morning brawl and Huntingdon laced Mt. Union 9 to 2 in the morning mill in Huntingdon.

More 4th of July Baseball: “PRR pitchers are on the short end of double commit; Manager Quigley’s men fall twice to Tyrone AA, 6-4 and 8-6.

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