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WHY NOT PLACE A CLASSIFIED AD IN OUR NEXT ISSUE AND WATCH THE OUICK RESULTS THFM EVERY WEEK IN THIS PAPER YOU can now subscribe to The leco}d two years for only $5! SWIM FOR HEALTH! at the f Indian Valley Hot Sprinqs Greenville, California Hot Mineral Water " Z , ]kzths - Pool - Showers Private Parties after 10 p.m. rbecue Facilities Available NATIONAL FOREST TIMBER FOR SALE Oral auction bids will be re- ceived .by the Regional Forester or his authorized representative, U. S. Forest Service, at Quincy, California, beginning at 2:00 p.m., Nov. 8. 1955, for all the live or recently-kmed (sound sapwood) timber, marked or designated for cutting located on an area embracing about 3770 adres with- in Sections 34 and 35, T. 28 N., R. 11 E., and Sections 2, 3, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 21, 622, 23, 26, 27 and 28, T. 27 N., R. 11 E., M.D.M., Plumas National Forest, Cali- fornia, estimated to be approxi- mately 30,470 M feet b.m., more or less, of ponderosa and Jef- frey pine, sugar pine, red and white fir, Douglas fir and incense cedar. Each bidder, as a qualifi- cation to participate in the oral bidding, must submit a sealed bid, accompanied by the required deposit to the above address prior to 2:00 p.m. November 7, 1.955. Sealed bids will be consid- ered the equivalent of an oral bid and will be posted at the be- ginning of the auction for the infourrmtion of all bidders. The appraised value of this timber according to long-term normal market and operating conditions is $12.85 per M feet b.m. for ponderos,a and Jeffrey pine, $12.85 per M feet b.m. for sugar pine, $1.20 per M feet b.m. for red and white fir, $3.90 per M feet b.m. for Douglas fir and $1.20 per M feet b.m. for in- cense cedar. No bid will be con- sidered which is less than these ra es as a base rate applicable through the entire period of the sM areement, plus an addi- tional amount of at least $13.10 per M feet bin. for ponderosa a"d 3effre pine. $1330 per M feet b.,m. for sugar pine, $3.05 )-r M feet b.m. for red and white fir. $6.50 per l feet b.m. for Douglas fir and $3.05 per M feet b m. for incense cedar, which ad- ditional amounts shall be sub- ieet to quarterly calendar ad- iustment upward or downward b., 0 5 of the difference between the base index"deterAned as set fcrrt, h, below and the average of be Western Pine Association lumber price indexes as calcu- lated by the Fmst Service at the end of each quarter. Such adiustment in the additional amounts for stum-age shall be apolicable to timber cut and scaled durin the .dalendar quar- ter for which the adjustment is comruted. In no event, however, shall the adjusted stumpage rat&apos;s for oaeh ouarter be less than the basic alraised rates as first stated above. The base index for the uevied prior to the first re apnraisal date is the arithmetic avera,e of the Western Pine As- ocLtion lumber W'ice indexes for the Tmviod July 1954 through J-nO 1955. In addition the pur- chosor will be renuird to make donosits for rforestation and o+or silvicultural work on this sMe area at the rate of $0.30 nor ]u fet b.m. for all live and re- tv,tlv killed (sound apwood) material scaled and to make de- posits to cover the cost of hazard reduction work at the rate of $0.?0 per M feet b.m. for all mer- chantable live or recently-killed (sound sapwood) material sealed,. In addition, there is an unesti- rooted merchantable volume of ol,.r dead (unsound sapwoo4) timber on the above deseribed -a the removal of which will be rlulred at the following rates: 6.55 per M feet b.m. for ponae- ros. and Jeftrey pine, $6.55 per 1 fet b.m.' for stigar pine. $0.75 pec  feet b.m. for red and white fr, 1.60 per 1 feet b.m. for r-ouMas .fir and $0.75 per M feet b m. for mcen cedar as a base r-to applicable through the en- tb.0  period of th saleagreement, phm an additional amount of , . per M feet b.m. for oonde- rou. and Jeffrey pine, ,$6.55 per  fe.t b.m. for sugar pine, $1.50 -r v fo b.m. for red and white fir ,3.30 per M feet b.m, for Douglas fir and $1.50 per  feet b ,'. for incense clar, which ad- d*onal amounts shall not be ,hect to ouarterl calendar ad- Justment. On o Iyl, 1958, and at ;ihr times if stated in te con- tract, rates and base index shall b re<leterinefl by the Acting P,tional Foarter, In no eyelet, however, shal rates be estab- .Hsbed which are less than the bsc appraised rates as first s*.*d above and in no event, shall rates established by re. ,,,aisvl for live and recently. !-md timber, which are lower than those bid, become effective INDIAN VALLEY RECORD FISH & GAME OPERATIONS NEARLY OUT OF THE RED DUING PAST TWO YEARS The Dept. of Fish & Gane's ol)erational expenditure ior 1954- 1955 topped income by only 3524, according to administrative eL fleer Harry Anderson. itowevvr, capital outlay items, which un- der state aecounting procedures must be refleeted in the year during which expenditures were made, created a deficit of $127,- 358. The previous year's over- draft was $152,664, he said. Total revenues to the depart- ment were $7,030,448 and total expenditures were $7,240,603. Anderson stated that he esti- mates the current fiscal year will see the department operating with an overdraft of less than $200,000, despite the fact salary increases this year will cost ap- proximately $250,000 additional. A shift in the opening of black sea brant season to Dec. 10, the same day as the open- ing of the second half of this year's regular waterfowl season, was the only change voted by the State Fish and Game Corn, mission in officially adoptinN the 1955-56 waterfowl regula- tions set for California by the US Department of the Interior. Brant season ends Feb. 10. Bag and possession limit is three birds. The waterfowl regulations as adopted by the Commission set a 72-day split season. Oct. 15 to Nov. 18 and Dec. 10 to Jan. 15. Bag and possession lim4t on ducks will be seven birds, plus three additional sprig or widg- eon authorized as an agricul- tural depredation control meas- ure. INDIAN VALLEY GRANGE No. 439 Meets 1st and 3rd Tuesday of each month at 8 p.m. in Taylorsville C. C. EDMONDSON, Master PAUL A. BUSH, Sec'y HARRY WELSH, hall mgr. Indian Valley Post N'o. 568 AMERICAN -GION AND AUXILIARY Meets 2nd Mnnday of each month at 7:30 p.m. in Greenvine Veterans and service men welcome SINCERITY LODGE No 132. F.& A. M. Meets 2rid Friday oi each month at 8 p.m. in Greenwile Visiting Rrothers Welcomel ERNEST DEAN. W. M. HERBERT HOLT. Sec'y GREENVILLE "LO.O.F. LODGE No. 252 Meets 1st and 3rd Wednesdays at 8 p.m. in Oddfellows Hall Visiting Brothers Welcome ARTHUR CUMINS, N.G. CHAS. WALTERS, Sec'y has been scaled and paid for: Ponderosa and Jeffrey pine 5400 M feet .b.m., sugar pine 1600 M feet b.m., red and white fir 12000 M feet b.rn., Douglas fir 1000 M feet b.m. and incense cedar none. A cashiers or certified check in the amount of $25,000.00 must accompany each bid to be ap- lied on the purchase price, re- nded, or retained in part as liquidated damages according to conditions of sale. The right to reject any and all bids reserved, Before  are submitted full information concerning the tim- ber, the conditions of sale, and submission of bids should be obtained from the Forest Super- visor, Quincy, California. The tin- her,sale agreement will contain a 00Zp00on for to States certain /-Ights ox way across private lands. Thursday. October 6, " %y00e "'" HIGHWAY TRASH IS DANGEROUS... UNSIGHTLY PLEASE In the Intere#ts of Safety, Neatness and Pride DO NOT THHOW THASH On Street$ and Highway l--C-, , P.P a ,,, Od, I Receptacle in the Car When Traveling [ and Dispose of it LAWFULLY. Our Highways Are NOT Public TRASHBA SKETS Ct/ornio Crden Club, t. 1955' CERTIFICATE OF DOING BUSIINESS UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME NOTICE TO CO-OWNERS TO CONTRIBUTE TO ANNUAL ASSESSMENT WORK Notice is hereby given to whom it may concern and to the estate of Ray L. Develter, that Ernest ] THE UNDERSIGNED, JAMES Mr. H. BATTEN, whose address is toni P. O. Box 8. Blairsden, California, : st and JOHN C. LANCASTER, whose address is P. O. Box 5, nts, I Blairsden, California, hereby A'- tify that they are co-partners | th( carrying on business in the |. County of Plumas, State of Call-  Lesl fornia, under a name not shoW"  -re ing the true names of said part tt rs t: nets, to-wit: B & L PAINTINo rnir CO., That the undersigned are thg |lii Mrs onlv persons interested in said ! he business and that their names and addresses are as hereinabove one' set forth. "Gr IN WITNESS WHEREOF t_h. s ! the undersi ed have signed tin_ ! , gn f ..... , certificate on the 2nd day o |: d i: September, 1955. = ' g c( JAMES H. BATTEN JOHN C. LANCASTER ate of California County of Plumes J SS. On this 2nd day of September, 1955, before me LEORA E. W1L" SEY, a Notarv Public in and fo the County of Plumes, State [ California, residing .therein, dul:f commissioned and sworn, person' a)lv appeared JAMES H. B A TEN and JOHN C. LANCASTN, N. Develter and Elton R. Devel- ter, as co-owners of tbe fifteen tknown to me to be the persori quartz claims described below, whose names are subscribed t the within instrument, and a( knowiedged to me that th ey did, during the year ending at 12 o'clock noon on July 1, 1955, expend in excess of $1500 in la- bor and improvements on such claims, and the estate of Ray L. DeveRer is required to contribute to them its proportion of the said expendkul=e within "90 days alter July 15, 1955, or its Inter- est in said claims shall pass by law to said Ernest N. Develter and Elten R. Develter. Said claims are located in the East of Section 23, the West Of Section 24, the NW of Section 25 and the NE % of Section 26, all in T 26, R 8 E, Mount Diablo Base and Meridian. They are known as the Piclway Gr@u2, tbje Alnus Group and -the Aureus. T N. DEV'BTE ELTON R. DEVELTER P. O. Box 245, Corning, Calif. (Publish July 14 thru Oct. 6) executed the same. [ IN WITNESS WI-tEREOF have hereunto set my hand a{: I affiyd my official seal in  Coulty of Plumas, the day! year, in this certificate, ' above written. (Seal) LEORA C. WILSEY Notary Public in and for t County of P1umas, State of California. 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