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    [31] Plainly, the allegation that the sales were not sufficiently advertised was purely a conclusion of law, and must be disregarded. No facts being set
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      [31]     Plainly, the allegation that the sales were "not sufficiently advertised" was purely a conclusion of law, and must be disregarded. No facts being set forth to sustain it, the statement of the conclusion was merely an empty assertion, and, under the rule that a demurrer admits only facts well pleaded, the conclusion was not admitted.

      STRAUS v. FOXWORTH, 34 S. Ct. 42, 231 U.S. 162 (U.S. 11/17/1913)

       

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