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LMUD Presents: This Day in Susanville History – April 11th, 1913

Wednesday, April 11th, 2018

Cows in the Honey Lake Valley, 1947

Cows in the Honey Lake Valley, 1947 from the Eastman Collection at UC Davis

Lumber Men Hit
April 11, 1924

Lumber companies are beginning to feel the precaution used in the control of foot and mouth disease as the market for box shook in the California fruit districts is moving slower than in previous seasons.

This is due largely to the bulk of the fruit and vegetables moved annually through the districts which are under quarantine and the fumigating of the trucks and drivers hinders the progress in the initial movement of the produce.

Every precaution is being taken in Lassen county and reports from the men in charge show this community is free from the disease, Special officials have been appointed and all herds are being carefully examined.

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