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 - NINETY - NINE CENT RUGS ARE BASIS FOR SUIT...
NINETY - NINE CENT RUGS ARE BASIS FOR SUIT Fifty rugs at nintty - nine cents each, subject to a conditional order and later refused by the expected purchaser, caused the suit brought by C. E. Molt and others, of Elmira, N. Y., against" Fannie Goodman and others, trading as the Empire Dry Goods company, of this city. The case is on trial before Judge E. C. Newcomb. Attor neys t.andau and Manning represent. the defendants while Attorney Charles H. Welles is acting for the Elmira concern. - . The plaintiffs allege 'thAt they sold a bill of rugs at a purchase price of ninety - nine cents to Sam Goodman, son. of the head of the company, and that he refused to acpept the goods when they were delivered.

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  1. The Scranton Republican,
  2. 14 Nov 1914, Sat,
  3. Page 3

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