F. W. WOOLWORTH CO. v. ELLISON

No. 2807.

232 S.W.2d 857 (1950)

F. W. WOOLWORTH CO. v. ELLISON.

Court of Civil Appeals of Texas, Eastland.

Rehearing Denied October 13, 1950.


Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

Wagstaff, Harwell, Wagstaff & Alvis, Abilene, for appellant.

Carl M. Anderson, Sweetwater, for appellee.


COLLINGS, Justice.

This is a suit for damages brought by appellee, W. H. Ellison, against appellant, F. W. Woolworth Company, for personal injuries alleged to have been sustained by appellee while removing trash from the basement of appellant's store. Appellee was an employee of H. T. Harris who had the contract to remove appellant's trash. As such employee, he entered the basement of appellant's store through a sidewalk entrance on the occasion in question and his...

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