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Remember When for May 19, 2015

125 years ago
    A live blackbird with clipped wings was placed on the floor before Harry Cain’s young wild cat the other day, and the little savage killed the bird and ripped it open in about 10 seconds.
    A fine lot of trout from the headwaters of the Dutch Hill ditch came into town early this week and sold like hotcakes at six pounds for a dollar.

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Remember When for May 12, 2015

125 years ago
    Milt Cain is doing the public a service by blasting out the rocks in the road near the bridge over the Susan River.
    Long Valley Creek is a nasty piece of water to cross when it is high.
    The bottom is all quicksand and the stream rushes along like a millrace so it is very hard for horses to keep their feet.

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Remember When for May 5, 2015

116 years ago

According to a study by “a celebrated Berlin physician,” a man who wanted to preserve his strength and health and live a long life ought to marry.

The doctor compared the death rate for single and married men between the ages of 30 and 45 and found it 27 percent for single men but only 18 percent for married men. At age 60, there were 22 bachelors compared to 48 married men. At age 70, there were 11 bachelors compared to 27 married men. By age 90, there were only three bachelors compared to nine married men.

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Remember When for April 28, 2015

125 years ago

The plank walk to Hall’s Addition was getting decidedly shaky, particularly where the water flows under it at the bridge.

L. Knudson, chairman of the board of supervisors, didn’t come in on snowshoes this time. He reports that Antelope Grade was in good condition and Willow Creek was blooming like a rose again. With an abundance of water, he predicted everyone would have good crops this year.

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Remember When for April 21, 2015

125 years ago

Several Native Americans came to Susanville with some fine trout from Pyramid Lake. The fish weighed between two and six pounds each, and residents considered them a great treat and change of pace from beef, pork and bacon.

The road from Hall and Snyder’s Mill to the bridge over the river and into Toad Town was in a bad way and there is so much waterfall over the county that it is almost impossible to repair it until the river goes down a good deal.

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