Heard and Seen: TAIL LIGHTS ON COWS AND CALVES/EARLY MORNING.
December 31, 1922
A Column FROM and FOR Everybody
Dear Bill: A Fresno, Cal., farmer failed to hang a tail light on one of his calves; it strayed into the road; a motorist collided with it, and sued the farmer for $229 damages to his car. He insists that stock should obey traffic laws. Maybe the Maryland legislature will compel Maryland farmers to hang tail lights on their old mules, as well as cows and calves. Nearly every Washington motorist can recall finding Maryland stock standing peacefully in the roads, both day and night, quite unconcerned about approaching vehicles.
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