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Beautiful Plumas County Plumas .pinq Service Public Accountant INCOME TAX SERVICE PAYROLL SERVICE STENOGRAPHER PHONE 22-M-5 (Plumas Co.) Calif. &apos; Day S y ]th r FIRE SALE OPPORTUNITY l OPEN TO ALL SUBSCRIBERS We can't make use of our reams of thoroughly wet-down paper stock, but we are staging a "fire sale" for the benefit of our readers and would-be readers, nevertheless. All subscriptions turned in during the next four weeks-- either new or renewals--will be credited at 15 months for the yearly rate of $3, or until July 1st for the sum of $1. Combinations with the maga- zine offers advertised will be accorded the same special rate, so if you read magazines, here is your chance to make a double saving. The Editor. TROUT for Breakfast! APPROPRIATE OR CARD the VALLEY & DIME STORE COMES A GRINNING WALTER, DEFi'LY BALANCING HIS TRAY[ SLAB WOOD Quick Delivery O RAY QUIGLEY Phone 39-M AX 50 for Sinqle Passenger Out-of-town Rates With a flourish he sets before you a platter of mountain trout, hot, crisp and savory. You spoon up some of the melted butter in which they swim and anoint their golden brown sides, while your taste buds dance to the chef's artistry. Friend, that's the way to run a railroad. So come abdard Western Pacific and make your next trip one to remember with pleasure. Through sleepers for Salt Lake City, Denver, Omaha, Chicago, St. Louis, Kansas City, Harrisburg, Pisburgh, Philadelphia and New York. Phone CASINO CLUB i  rnvflle, California ! CAB CO. 24-Hour Service TO CREDITORS No. 2587 of the Estate of SORSOLI, Deceased. is hereby given by the Lola Dynan, Admin- )f the Estate of Norman to the creditors Persona having claims said decedent, to file the necessary vouch- six months after the lcation of tfiis notice, in e of the clerk of the Court of the State of :. a in and for the County as, or to present then], .. essary vouchers, with- after the first pub- .,. this netice to the said at the law office of mliffe, Court House, which last the undersigned se- Place of ousiness in Connected with the .re said decedent. .* at Quincy, California, of January, 1947. )LA DYNAN of the Estate Sorsoli, deceased. -. McAULIFFE at Law for Admlnistratrix Jan 9, 1947 Feb. 6, 1947 For Information call S. B. GILLILAND, Agent WESTERN PACIFIC STATION GREENVILLE Greenville, Calif. February 3, 1947 Sold our business, 'Tam s Coffee Shop" . [ate, notice is here- whom it may con- Will not be respon- Y debts or obligations or in behalf of said or after that date. tNKENSHIP (F20p) BLANKENSHIP Aeorns i the mail order fruit Fla., started with" up to a million dol- lSiness in 12 ,years. *.** in Miami. us- capital to buy lum- Paint for his first PLUMAS RESIDENTS URGED "TAM'S COFFEE SHOP SOLD BY FOREST SERVICE ]TO SACRAMENTO COUPLE TO DO THEIR BURNING NOW Mr. and Mrs. W. R. I,iving'ston, I who have resided in (ireenville The next two and a half months the past four months, have taken is the ideal time for l)lumas Co. lover the operation of the former residents to fireproof about their Tam's Coffee Shop, purchasing _.(. I thc interest there of Mr. and Mrs. huihlings and to burn the ac :u- ,, ,, I Tex Blankenshlp. mulated brush and det)ris, advises t The Livingstons, who were in Forest Ranger Leonard Beltz. )husiness in Sacramento for 17 "Hazards removed now lessenlyears before moving to Green- the risk of fires starting this sun> m(,r and will 'ive much needed protection should a blaze start near your prop(n:ty," he says. The bm'ninla' may he done without securing' a permit, prior to April 15, but all who do burn are asked to take prec'mtions to confine the fire to the area being fireproofed, he stated. .: Sawmills are urae<t to utilize this period to fireproof about their mills and burners, and to burn up the brush they have piled on their woods operations. Port- ahJe sawmill owners that have aI- lowed debris to accumulate about their millsites are especially urg'ed to firepyo<>f and remove this haz- ard to and about their mill setups. Loeat ranchers are encouraged to do their much-needed burning of willows, drifts, etc., during this favorable period. "With your combined help the fire occurrence rate jn this area can be reduced at least 50 per cent. Thirty-one-man-caused fires occurred in the Grenville district alone last year, s let's all work to,tether toward the ideal that none such shall take place in this timbered area during the coming season," Beltz urges. ville, are engaged in renovating the establishment, and plan to be open to the'puhlic today. They announce that they intend to be open from breakfast time until "after the show." Mrs. Blankenship, who has been muc] engaged in the sand- wich shop since her husband was appointed deputy sheriff, plans on at least a few days' vacation. O $108.60 NETTED FOR FUND IN GREENVILLE SATURDAY From a total intake of $240.08 taken in at the dance sponsored by IWA-CIO Local 372 on Jan- uary 25, $108.60 was turned over to the March of Dimes fund, ad- vises Union Secretary Fred Brock. Expenses deducted were $99 I for music; 15.53 for printing and t advertising; $10 for hall rent; $3.2b for spangles for the dance floor; and $3.75 for miscellane- ous expenses, Brock said. The union local will hold a masquerade dance at the Town' Hall in Greenville on February 15, it was learned this week, with castume prizes to be awarded and an unusually good time assured. The Music Makers will furnish the rhythm for the affair. Builders' Supply Co. Dvision of Collins-Pine Company CHESTER, CALIFORNIA BUILDER'S HARDWARE ] x4, *  LUMBER lx6, lxS, lxl0, lx12 SELECT 2x4, 2x6, 2x8 and 2x12 MOULDINGS HALF AND THREE-QUARTER-INCH ROUND 13/-INCH CROWN MOULDING 2!, - 13/ and 7/SAnch COVE DOOR AND WINDOW STOP SCREEN MOULDING WINDOW STOOL - MOULDED CASING .... AND ROUND EDGE BASE NAILS SIZES FOUR-PENNY TO THIRTY-PENNY  AND STAPLES (By lhe Pound or by ihe Keg) -- BUILDING PAPERS-- THREE-QUARTER AND ONE-POUND DEADENING FELT 15 and 30-lb. SATURATED FELT 45 and 55-1b. ROOFING PAPER LIME - CEMENT - SAND - BRICK Electric Wire and Light Fixtures WINDOWS AND WINDOW GLASS Superior Circulator Units for Fireplaces These items are available for delivery ......................  0ne-third to 0ne-half off on | Febru-y, e, 1947 -- Page Fi I [1| "u|||"u|uH|u||i||i||m|||'||H,|u||||uH|u|uH||||s||W! i DRINK : .: DINE :  : = - ..., DANCE S i ! E ! i 3 AND HAVE YOUR EVENING FUN - AT CHRIS ZUNIN0'S ! 00eather J00iver fl00ot Sprin0000 ON HIGHWAY 24 BETWEEN PAXTON AND TWAIN = i .: [] [--] [] i DINING ROOM CLOSED ON MONDAYS u a |n u o l nal n n i I a I I u I u, as u a o o a t n In n u o u u l| n on u n u l a a i! u| In u onnsl! i oa u l |s*t|oso|l|s! |Ilia us! o ulslll|u|slalllg olto|l|os! O OI|/IIO|HIII|OUIIn Adrtisssat i n n I I 7 From where I ly Joe Marsh ' -, Leto's Dogs vs 411 Thad's Chickens at Andy Botkin's Garden Tavern --over a friendly glass of beer. From where I sit, anyone esn find something in his neighbor to complain about. (Some folks may even disagree with Thadk right to enjoy that glass of beer with Lem !) But where would we be ff every. body tried to have a law passed against everything they disagreed with? We wouldn't have mu.v neighbors left! Running a newspaper, you get to know a lot about human nature. Thad Phipps was in the other day, all burned up. Wanted me to run an item on how Lem Martin's dog had raided his chickens again, and ought to be put away by law. I told him: "Lem was in on Saturday. Said you shouldn't be allowed to keep those chickens so close to his house--aud in a resi- dential zone, at that." Thad shuts up right pronto then. And that very evening I see him making his peace with Lem oirt#ht, 1947, Uitd Stata rewer# Foc.ndbm , EDIS NTENNIAL, 1847 lf Thomas Alva Edison --"MADE IN THE U. $. A." Incandescent electric lights, motion pictures, the talk- ing machine, the dynamo --"Made in the U. S. A.Y Edison, genius of his time and eternally the wizard of electricity, is, like Abraham Lincoln, a personification of American opportunity. Born of poor and obscure parents, Edison rose to high honor and achievement by virtue of his vision, his ability, his toil and his enterprise. And in America he found the opportunity to materialize his dreams and produce them for Man- kind the world over. "Made in the U. S. A." labels Edison the man as well as his hundreds of inventive marvels. Free men, with opportunity to realize their ambi- tions; enterprising men, with opportunity to produce; skillful men, with opportunity m succeed; hard-working men, with opportunity to profit by their labors; happy men, with oppor- tunity to enjoy life--these are men from which Edisons spring. They are unmistakably "Made in the U. S. A." i t (i Ladies' Coats-Suits-Dresses .P:G PACIFIC OA D iLlllrllC Sweaters - Jackets - Robes J Blouses .,.. Also Many Sales Bargains in ! Selections for Men and Boys Ay00b Dept. Stores GREENVILLE In the Feother River Wonderland CHESTER COMPANY 9 X w-a4/ :+." :+." :+." | CERTIFICATE OF COPARTNERSHIP STATE OF CALIFORNIA,) COUNTY OF LASSEN )ss. We, the undersigned, do hereby certify that we are partners tran- sacting business in this state, in the County of Plumas, under the firm name and style of "Sportsmen's, Club"; that the names in full of all the members of such partner- ship are James G. Gross and Verus R. Steffey; and that the places of our respective residences are set opposite our respective names hereto subscribed. IN WITNESS WHEREOF we have hereunto set our hands this 16th day of January, 1947. Names Residences JAMES G. GROSS, 1603 North Street, Susanville, Calif. VERUS R. STEFFEY, Sportsmen's Club Apts., Chester, Calif, Subscribed and sworn to before me this 16th day of January, 1947. ELECTA LAZARD. Notary Public in and for the County of Lassen, State of California. First publication Jan. 23, 1947. Last publication Feb. 20, 1947. Anythinl in the llne of paper, plain or printed in catmmercial quantities, can be obtained at or ordered from The Record offie + i i! , i!i