2. Witnesses of both the condemnor and the condemnee placed the value of the condemnee's land per acre at $750 as of the time of the taking, and agreed on the acreage taken. They diverged widely in their opinions of the number of acres which would suffer consequential damage as the result of the condemnor's easement for pipeline purposes, but the verdict returned was slightly higher than the estimates offered by any of the condemnor's witnesses. The verdict was supported by evidence, and the trial court correctly overruled the motion for new trial on the general grounds only.
Hodges & Oliver, G. Robert Oliver, for appellee.