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100 Years Ago

Auto Tire Saves Man’s Life

Herald of Nov. 24, 1922

On Monday afternoon an accident occurred in front of Graybill’s Tire Shop which might have proved a tragedy. E. S. Burket, mail carrier on Route 1, stepped out from in front of his auto with a tire in his hand just as a rapidly approaching car was too near to stop. Mr. Burket was struck and hurled some forty feet. Fortunately the bumper of the car hit the tire he carried, which saved him from more serious injury. He is considerably bruised and consequently off duty.

The pipeless furnace which was installed in the Hagey Estate Store, Henrietta, is certainly a fine one. I...


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