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 - ., Uniontown, Jan. 17. With reports reaching...
., Uniontown, Jan. 17. With reports reaching the Fayette county jail that threats have been mad against George Burford and Lawrence Gallon, two local young men "charged with assaults upon Lillian Katz, aged 11, and Nellie Frankenberry, also aged 14,' the prison authorities are keeping a careful watch on all prisoners admitted to the "bull pen" where the two prisoners ave been confined for AC LEAR COMPLEXION Ruddy Cheeks SparklingEyes Most Women Can Have Says Dr. Edwards, a Well-Known Ohio Physician No mail or C. O. D. mrderm these pedal: We rmterva the limit quantities. MAY'S several days. It is currently reported that Max Katz, father of Lillian Katz, has declared he will shoot Burford Bight while i John Frankenberry. . .h. thr rfrL a wealthy lamer - farmer of East MiUsboro Is equally as rabid, it is said, and lcc" hat if th two young men remained in Uniontown, in case they are leased on ball, harm would oe them. N

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  1. The Pittsburgh Press,
  2. 17 Jan 1921, Mon,
  3. Page 12

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