Defendant delivered a check on an Austin bank to the plaintiff at his farm, seven and one-half miles from Austin. On the fourth business day following, plaintiff deposited the check to his account with another Austin bank. Before the latter could collect, the drawee bank failed. From the date of the check to the drawee's failure, defendant had sufficient funds on deposit to pay the check. The plaintiff, on the three business days after receipt of the check, stacked corn fodder. His home was located on a good gravel road leading to Austin; and he owned an automobile. Held, under the facts, the question whether the check was presented to the drawee within a reasonable time after issue was for the jury. Russell v. Buxton (Minn. 1930) 231 N. W. 789.