Arkadelphia Milling Company v. St. Louis Southwestern Railway Company


Arkadelphia Milling Company v. St. Louis Southwestern Railway Company by Mahlon Pitney
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United States Supreme Court

249 U.S. 134

Arkadelphia Milling Company  v.  St. Louis Southwestern Railway Company

 Argued: Dec. 17, 1918. --- Decided: March 3, 1919

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Messrs. W. E. Hemingway, G. B. Rose, D. H. Cantrell, J. F. Loughborough, and V. M. Miles, all of Little Rock, Ark., for appellants in 92 and 93 and appellees in 94 and 95.

Messrs. J. M. Moore and George A. McConnell, both of Little Rock, Ark., for appellees 92 and 93 and appellants in 94 and 95.

Mr. Justice PITNEY delivered the opinion of the Court.

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