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Keating Automobile Company.

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Keating Automobile Company.

The New York Times
July 3, 1900


MIDDLETOWN, Conn., July 2.—Judge A. F. Elmer of the Superior Court to-day appointed F. A. Betts of New Haven temporary receiver of the Keating Automobile Company of this city, on the application of the Middletown National Bank, and with the approval of substantially all the parties interested. The Keating Company located at Middletown four years ago, removing from Holyoke, Mass. The assets of the company are estimated at about $700,000, and the liabilities, including bonds, but excepting capital stock, are in the neighborhood of $500,000. It is expected that the company will be reorganized through the receiver.



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