1906 Lawsuit Sara Ellen Beaghen vs Richard Benson Stoddard

Stenographer Levies on Goods
Sara Ellen Beaghen, a stenographer, is suing Richard Benson Stoddard, her employer, proprietor of a store at 3146 Olive street, for $192, alleged to be due for wages. That amount also includes $5 which she says she paid on a gas bill of her employer's, and $3.50 which she says is due her for a gold pin he borrowed and did not return. Constable Kinney, who has levied on the stock of china and glassware says it will be ample to meet the claim.

Source: St. Louis Post-Dispatch, Tuesday, February 13, 1906, page 5

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