C.J. Boyles' shop

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C.J. Boyles' shop - CASES BEFORE COURT. Before Judge Lynch...
CASES BEFORE COURT. Before Judge Lynch yesterday morning morning an interesting case of Fuller Hen - dershot of Plymouth against George Smith, of this city, was on trial. In S'.lti C. J. Boyle, a Plymouth merchant, sent an old barouche to Hendershot's shop to be repaired, and some time later, when the vehicle was partially fixed up Boyle's effects were sold by the sheriff. The wagon was sold with other articles and purchased, by Geo. Smith, of this city. Hendershot and the purchaser had some talk as to the completion of the rig, of which there is a dispute, but on its completion Hendershot Hendershot sued for .$88, the cost of repairs. repairs. Smith denies liability and the vehicle remains in the blacksmith shop. Attorneys J. Q. and D. L. ('.'reveling are for the plaintiff and E. A. Lynch and T. R. Hillard represent the defendant. Before Judge Albright in court room of E. J. Mackin Members Webster, to and the authorized use a ditch, pipe ordered drayman, Supply .". the tons 2 $2.70,

Clipped from The Scranton Republican17 Oct 1900, WedPage 8

The Scranton Republican (Scranton, Pennsylvania)17 Oct 1900, WedPage 8
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