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16 found its value to be J1ZJ. Judgment was rendered accordingly. The plaintiff brings the case here for review and alleges that the defendant failed to prove the value of the corn. On page 31 of the record the plaintiff ad- mils that it sold 913.7 bushels of the corn to Barn & Hurt-hard and received Jb2.27 therefor. It could nt)t therefore have been prejudiced by a failure to Introduce evi dence to support a Judgment of U. The judgment of the District court is affirmed. A true copy. Attest: Ifleai.' E. J. WESTGATE. Clerk. In the Kansas Court of Appeals, Southern Department, Western Division. No. 113. The Wyandotte National Bank, and D. T. Dennis, plaintiffs in error, Christiana A. Simpson, as administratrix of the estate of T. E. Simpson, deceased, defendant in error. Error from 1'ratt County District Court. Syllabus. REVERSED. Dennlaon, P. J. 1. The IsHue In an action of replevin is the wrongful detention of the property at the time of the commencement of the ac tion. 2. The plaintiffs in error are entitled to a Judgment upon the special ntulings of the Jury in this case. A true copy. Attest: ISeal. E. J.. WESTGATE, Clerk. In the Kansas Court of Appeals. Southern Department, Western Division. No. 251. H. R Shumway, plaintiff In error, vs. E. J. llawley, I. D. Hanlng, Martha M. Haning, et al., defendants in error. Error from Rice County District Court. REVERSED. Syllabus. All the Judges concurring. 1. Holcomb vs. Thompson, BO Kan. D98, cited and followed. A true copy. Attest: ISeal.J E. J. WESTGATE, Clerk. State of Kansas, ss.: I, E. J. Westgate, Clerk of the Kansas Court of Appeals, In and for the Western Division of the Southern Department there of, do herebv certify the above and fore going to be a full, true, and correct copy of the syllabi in the therein entitled cases as the same remain on tile In my office. Witness my hand and the Beal of said court, this l!)th day of December, A. D. im. Seal. E. J. 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