A stream into which the plaintiff in error dumped its sewage flowed through the lands of defendant in error. Odors from the stream, deposits of foreign substances on the banks, and the pollution of the waters about the farm of the defendant in error constituted a nuisance. Held, the city is liable to one suffering from the nuisance, irrespective of whether it is exercising a governmental function in the installation of the sewer system. Oklahoma City v. Tyetenicz, 175 Okla. 228, 52 P. (2d) 849 (1935).