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130 YEARS AGO
Conundrum: The Piutes are obliged to come into town and clean wood for their camp fires. Captain Sam says: “White men come first, cut ’em down all trees, then Chinaman come dig ’em up all stump – what left for Injun!” Sam’s questions has the flavor of a conundrum and we give it up. -Territorial Enterprise.
120 YEARS AGO
For sale: A good milch cow. Apply at this office.
Cohn gives away a turkey with the first keno pot each night.
70 YEARS AGO
Honor society elects officers: Sam Harvey, President; Richard Jeppson, Vice President; Jean Mahlan, secretary. Others include Paul Laxalt, Robert Laxalt, Theresa Bulletini, Lowell Bernard, Fred Muller.
50 YEARS AGO
Advertisement: Country living at its best – 3 bedrooms, 11⁄2 baths, large family room, 1.6 acre estate $21,500, home with a view.
20 YEARS AGO
The Rinckel mansion becomes the home of a Basque restaurant. Restored by owner Mitch Jordan.
10 YEARS AGO
The Nevada Millennium coins were “hot off the press” of the old U.S. Carson City Mint (Museum) and drew hundreds of people to downtown Carson.