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r 'IW 1 '"V Off 'U I WW A Christmas Gift that will be Appreciated ! The Acts of Your Mllli Endorsed ky Representatives of all Denominations WE 9f 1 BIBL I V r Y r ! Jul ; i'-l'i, B.v Walter, K. Tower, A.. R., .1 j:. of t In io! ) 1 ai Quarrels not in I'rorj uuntlv a rise. betw( on ncichhwrs. Dilli cutties may arise and disputos occur oven cliouyli neither ccuss os tbo line lhat divides his pus sessions but confines blrusHf strictly to own property. Out- forced for it. is limit: d by the larger principle before stated that one is suiir.-rne in bis nn dominions. So if one makes use of his pr ipertv which is legi timate nnd yet which causes in jury lo his neighbor that neijfh (: ran v maw (In mnnv r.hinira nn liij iam . " , ... ' , bor must suite r without leiral ne failfcto ltrep nrnnorw rhir-h mill ilftft- nl " I i .. -.11 .i ivuiuaa. ; l ij ui i ut'pt'IlCS OU annoy his neighbors. He may burn a cheap grade of soft roal which scatters siot, and smoke over his nt ighbor's premises, , He u lii wl land ui il:a':T' (Jig a fliich close to the icr.nsi s liia neighbor's ve in with the result whether the use is justified. ' Where one wishes to blast with powerful explosives on his own premises in the improve ment thereof he is bound to pro- ty prevent a neid.h n- fi oni Jilust. I ing without the use-of usual and prudt nt sah gnwrds . Whelhei cue keeps his own premises in repair or cot is gen- n . trail of his own. yet. if pn mises in proper repair and, because of this, neighbor, is injured he must answer for it. Every landowner owes tolas neighbor what is known in la w as lateral support that is in he may un topples over i d an unsightly shod, coed with all possible cafe hdq digging a ditch or making an cit itiou a ui n no ( ops nnr. i n an . i .1 ,. ;s noe mr any injury person doing the digging must u?mrn mot? i-nt-nit- ta hia .r,,.. close to the street, wMch Beton-" 'Z rVh r 7. 10 thiU 8upport is not sivatTects the appearance of his B vp ,,u ,:pe?. "J" withdrawn from hit neighbor's . . V , i . no do the work under his direr land so that it will eavp in ni- hu neighbor spremisesv and shuts H,m hn. .... tA . ,ttnu o mai n wui cave in or be ,,.,,, and air Iron, M. fZ , , 1 SL ! J""-'" N.Uher - "". n. ui . landowner mflv withrtraT t ho house. Still again he may hlast Romp atumos, and nieces of rock mayfly across the line of his pro-ithe work- If h( hlrea a", perty and kill his neighbor's cow, contractor to do the work, so So it is, that one often bar, j tbat ifc is Bot under his own need to know of his rights aginst contvo1 nn;1 direction, he is not a neighbor who has done things. luh!t! th contractor's fault. unless oe knew th.it thecontrac- on his own property to the in jury of the man who owns ti e property next to his. These are questions of the rights of adjoin ing landowners. We have heard that an Km ylishnan's house is hiscastle an it Is a general rule ol law that iu wa-V at fault or not. This caution or proper execution of I support from the others land, This does not mean that one may not excavate but it, means that he must by means of a wall or by props support the others and so that it will not tumble down. If he fails to do this he tor was'to proceed in an improp- 's responsible for a!! resulting er'cnanner. Some states under n.1ory. certain circumstances have held that one is absolutely liable for the results of biasting on I03 premises whether he has been one has the widest control over his own property and may do with it about as he pleases. Hut there are certain rights of- his neighbor in particular, as well as of the public as a whole, which must be recognized and respect ed. .In o fp.i jwasJUIe- ooo, must -..jrorty ol such a l to uo injury to the property of his neighbor ad join ing. One may en.joy his own property but he must enjoy it inJ such a manner as not to injure the. property of another. Hut this rule cannot be absolutely en- owner may secure an injunction view nas been, taken in cities where it is frequently insisted that the use of high explosives on a city lot is an unreasonable unusual and unnatural use of property aud for such use he must answer to his injured neighbor, whether there has" been any lack of care or not. Blasting in ' unsettled com munities, away - I'rorn buildings with the usual and proper pre cautions is not usually held to be an unreasonable use of porperty for which the person blasting is answerable unless he has procee ded with lack of caution. A land The support that is owed to the land of tho neighbor is sup port to the land in its natural condition that is' unincumbered: Thus if one excavates on his oh property and the land of his neighbor qp which a house is situated caves in he is respon for the resulting injury if the excavation would have caused the land to cave in had no house ! rested upon it. Hut if the land! would not have caved iu but foi I the weight of the building upon it the person digging has not violated the duty of lateral sup port tc the land in its natural condition and is not responsible- Continued to Page I. Nottftt if on And All The ."AH-Ville Church was build to hold the worsnip of God And eery body is invited under its roof. 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