DEAD HORSE TAYLORVILLE JULY 7 1932
HORSE IS WORTH MORE DEAD THAN ALIVE, IT SEEMS Taylorville A dead hnr i worth more than a live one in this community. A dead one brought $75 on his back and a live one sold for $47.50 on the hoof. The dead one ran into a guy wire of the Central Illinois Public Senice -company and killed himself. The company paid the city council for the animal. It was one of a team driven bv the street department. The department superintendent, finding the live member of the team useless without his mate, sold him for $47.50. i"ow the council must buy a new team and the best nrice for th draft team wanted is $200.