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t of l e ga on rears ts oxi :horou i dlle NOTICE S IdERI!BY GIVEN sealed proposals will be re- the Board of Supervis- County of Plumas, State California, at the office f the Clerk and ex-officio clerk said Board of Supervisors in Courthouse, Town of Quincy, said County California, on Mort- the 6th dty of June, 1949, at h'our of 10 o'clock A.M. for of bonds of Taylor School District, of County, State of Call- more particularly described ISUE: $53,000.00, consisting of of the denomination of each, numbered 1 t 53 all dated July 15, 1949. OFFICIAL NOTICE OF SALE OF SCHOOL DISTRICT BONDS INTErREST RATE: Maximum five (5) per cent per annum, pay- I able annually for the first year on; July 15, 1950, and semi-annually thereafter on January 15 and July 15 in each year. Bidders must spe- cify the rate of interest which the bonds hereby offered for sale shall bear. Bidders will be permitted to bid different rates of interest and to split rates irrespective of the maturities of said bonds. The inter- est rate stated in the bid must bc in a multiple of one-quarter of one per cent per annum, payable as aforesaid. MATURITIES: Said bonds ma tare serially in ensecutive numer- ical order from lower to highc (without option of prior redemp- tion) as follows: cipJe Amount .... .No. 1 t'o 5 inclusive L00- No. 6 to 10 inclusive L00--No. ]1 to 15 inclusive L00--No. 1 to 20 inclusive L00---No. 21 to 25 inclusive L00- No. 26 to 30 inclusive L00- No. 31 to 35 inclusive 1.00- No. 36 to 40 inclusive L00 - No. 41 to 45 inclusive L00- No. 46 to o0 inclusive --No. 51 to 53 inclumve Maturity Dates July 15, 195 - July 15, 195 July 15, 195" July 15, 195: July 15, ]956 July 15, 195: - July 15, 195CI July 15, 195 July 15, 195 . July 15, 19591 July 15, '1960 Both principal and lregularity vr informality in an3, e in lawful money ibid. States, at the office! PROMPT AW,RD: The Boar(- County Treasurer of said [of Supervisors will take actio awarding the bonds or rejecting al S'IRATrON" Coupon bonds bids not later than 24 hours aftc issued by "said Board of the expiration of the time here!r sors on behalf ,of said prescribed for receipt of proposals 'District. Such :bonds are!P rovided that the award may bc able only as to both prin-made after the expiration of th( and interest speeified time if the bidder shal  , " ......... not have 'iven the Board ,of Super -m o" 1o" am visor noi in rri ..... "" were h "z -  " Pie s  ce w  ng o: ne wLn au orl eu oy m ra " o" uc- ro 1 " :Wo ' a wa : s n p poss. ,th:rds of the voters vot- . . . "an ele .......... PROMPT DELIVERY. Dehver. ' el:ion nero in salcl lJlS- . . kn-n  oAo on m *, of sa:d bonds will be made to th( 1 so'- :' -- r f s es ul bdder at the office ot m for ne pu pose o h un T ' mo ..... t e Co ty reasurer of sac ne zor aunomzeu Y County as soon as the bonds ca The bonds are gen- of said School- and said Board of Super- power and m obligated valorem taxes for the of said bonds and the in- upon all property said School District, sub- by said School Dis- certain intangible which is taxable ), without limita- rate or amount. EXEMPT STATUS: In the rior to the delivery of e income received by from bonds of the and character shall be be taxable under any Tax Laws, either of such laws or by a Federal Income Tax or official which is fol- the Bureau of Internal the decision of any the successful bid- option prior to the bonds by the Board be relieved of his Under the contract to the bonds and in such accompanying his returned. OPINION: The legal the following firm up- validity of said bonds, to the successful charge: Messrs. .Neff and Her- TERMS OF SALE IDD]R: The bonds to the highest re- or bidders consid- interest rate or rates offered, bid will be de- the amount any) from ,of interest which would be required to date of saidbonds to maturity dates there- ral  or rates spec- and the award will the basis of the lowest cost to the district. ihterest cost shall between the dates to standard es. me purchaser :crued interest from the ' bonds to the date of Said reserves the to reject any and to waive any ir- otlc of Non-Responsibility Greenville, Calif. May 31, 1949 IS F_AEBY GIVEN it may concern, that above date, we, the an- Will not be responsible DISTRICT IERBY GIVEN electors of the U.mas, State of Cali- m accordance wit will be held on 1949, in said hours of A.M. and 7:00 o'clock date, during which which hours remain open, at there will e sub- of issuing and of said Distrmt to of Seventy Five Thou- 75,000.00) tor the ing mone" for the Constructmn of a the acquisition apparatus, other property bo ,be issued of the denomina- specified and at a rate of percent (6%) annually for bonds have to thereafter, from 1 to payable as fol- Oenmination To run 4' 5"--$1,000 1 year _u, 10....$1,000 14, 15....$1,000 2 years 19 20....$1,000 3 years 24', 25....$1,000 4 years 29. 0""'$1,000 65 yearsyears 39:4 ''''$1,000 7 years 44, 4'"'- $1,000 8 years 49, 5"'I,,00,, o 9 years , 55::::1:0  10 years 11 years 6' ----$1,000 12 years , V....$1,000 13 years be prepared which it is estimate will be about July 15, 1949. RIGHT OF CANCELLATION : The successful bidder shall hay( the right, at his option, to cance  the contract of purchase if th( bonds are not tendered for deliv cry on or prior to Augttst 6, 1949 and in such ewnt the successfn bidder shall be ntitled to the re turn of the dep)sit accompanying his bid. FORM OF BID: All bids must e for not less than all of the bond hereby offered for sale, and for not less than the par value thereof am accrued interest to date of deliv- ery. Such bids, together with bid- der's check, must be enclosed in s ealed envelope addressed to th( Board of Supervisors of said Coun- ty, and end,rsed "Proposal fo School Bonds of Taylor Element- ary School District, of Pluma C..,CHECK:n,,,,,,- With each bid nust be submitted a certified check or cashier's check for 3% of bid drawn on a bank or trust com- pany transacting business in the State of California, payable to the order )f the County Treasurer, tc secure said School District from any loss resulting from the failure of the bidder to comply with the terms of his bid. In addition bid- ders are requested (but not re- ired) to supply an estimate ol e total net interest cost to the District on the basis of their re- spective bids, which shall be oon- sidered as informative only and not binding on either the bidder or the District. Checks of the un- successful bidders will be returned by the County Clerk by mail, upon the award of the bonds. No inter- est will be paid upon deposit made by the successful bidder. OFFICIAL STATEMENT The said School District has pre pared an Official Statement rela- tive to its financial condition cop ies 9f which will be furnished t(, any interested bidder upon request There is no controversy or liti- gation pending or threatened con- cerning the validity of the above issue, the corporate existence of said District, or the title of the officers to their respective offices Dated: May 9, 1949. JOHN DONNENWIRTH County Clerk and ex-officio Clerk of the Board of Supervisors of Plumas County, State of California. By LOIS ALEXANDER, Deput (Published May 12, 19, 26) (R') for any debts or obligations con- tracted by or in behalf of the Pine Valley inn, or by anyone other than ourselves. ZL,R. AN, D MRS. JOl'] SLAPNIK (Publish May 19, 26, June 2) Subscribe to Your Paper' BOND ELECTION NOTICE 66, 67, 68, 69, 70....$1,000 14 years 71,72, 73, 74, 75....$1,000 15 years l For the purpose of holding said l election, the Hospital District shall I be and it is hereby established as the :Bond Election Precinct herein- after described; and the persons hereinafter named, being compe- ten and qualified electors of said District, are hereby appointed of- ficers of electron, as hereinafter designated, to serve in said pre-. cinct, and said *officers of election shall conduct said election and make returns thereof pursuant to law. The voti]:g precinct, polling piace and election officers, duly designated and appointed, are as follows: BOND ELECTION PRECINCT No. 1 shall include all the area in the S.INECA HOSPITAL, DIS- TldI(r. pOOLING PLACE therein shall be at the Plumas county Library, Chester, California. HA%Y LOVE, Inspector MINA MYIRS, Judge LAURA MEUSLING, Judge V:E,LMA FREEMYRS, Judge Each qualified elector of said SENECA ;HOS,PITAL DISTRICT shall be entitled to vote in the above precinct. IN WITN,E,SS WHEREOF, we ave hereunto set our hands this 14th day of April, 1949. BOA_R OF DIRECTORS OF THE SILNIEOA HOSPITAL DISTRICT By A.E. NEUMAN, President W.AL,LEIR II. REE,D, Secretary GEORGE GERBING ,R. A. @RENMAN, M.D. (Publish May 5, 12, 19) . (C) NATIONAL FOREST TIMBER FOR SALE Sealed bids will be received by the i q , , AUTOMATIC l00Wl000W00 SHARPENING CALL FOR BIDS FOR FENCING THE CHESTER PROGRESSIVE '--'ITHE GREENVILLE ELEMEN- SATURDAY, MAY 21st, 1949 /TARY SCHOOL PLAYGROUND k / Forest Supervisor, U. S. Forest and Service, Quincy, California, up to repair shop nd including 2:00 P.M. June 6, -, 1949, for all the live timber marked )r designated for cutting, and all[ SKIPPY'S :nerctmntable dead timber located I )n an area embracing about 6001Co. Road No. ot Fair Grounds cres within Sections 2, 11, 12 &[ 14, T. 26 N., R. 11 E., M.D.M., I QUINCY,CALIF. Plumas National Forest, California,  k estimated to be approximatelyl 2,126 M feet b.m. ,of Ponderosa! Pine, 464 hi feet b.m. of Sugar quired to make deposits to ine, 3,519 M feet b.m. of White cover the cost to the United !ir, 260 M feet b.m. of Douglas States for hazard reduction 'ir and 153 :M feet b.m. of Incense worV at the rate of $0.25 per Cedar, more or less. No bid will be M feet b.m. merchantable scale] .onsidered of less than $23.85 per all species. $10,000 must accom- V[ feet b.m. for' Ponderosa Pine, 26.75 per M feet b.m. for Sugar ?ine, $3.00 per M feet b.m. for Vhite Fir, $5.85 per M feet b.m. or Douglas Fir and $5.35 per M oct b.m. for Incense Cedar. In ddition, the purchaser will be re- luired t,a make deposits for refor- estation and other silvicultural xork on this sale area at the rate )f $0.60 per M 'eet b.m. for all nerchantable material scaled. In :ddition, the purchaser will be re- The Governing Board of the ]Greenville Elementary School Dis- trict will receive sealed bids up to and including 7 30 PM. Mon-i Ida}'. May 23, ]949, for furnishing] I'md erecting' a steel fence around the playg,ound of the Greenville Elementary School. Specifications are obtainable from the under- signed Clerk of the Board. The Governing Board of Green- ville Elementary School District reserves the right to accept or to reject any and all bids. DORIS E. SCRUGGS Clerk of the Governing Board, ,of the Greenville Elementary! School District. (Published May 5, 12, 19) (R) any each bid to be applied on[ Notice of Non-Responsibility e purchase price, refunded, or Greenville, Calif. retained in part as liquidated dam- Mav 1, 1949 ages accrding to conditions of sale. The right to reject any and Notice is hereby given to all and on all bids reserved. Before bids arc/wlmm it may concern, that submitted full information eon- lafter the above date I will not be ofCerningsale, andthe thetimber'submissionthe conditions  responsibl eof bids/ for any debts or ob- should be obtained from the For- lligatins contracted by anyone est Supervisor, Quincy, California other than myself. or District Ranger, Greenville California. E.L. HENSLEY IMPORTANT NOTICE! After practicing in Susanville the past 25 years, I have sold my Office, and will now open up my Office in the Chester Hotel, in Chester, Calif use the latest Scientific Diagn,osis and treating methods known in Chiropractic; Nervous and Chronic Disease or after effects of acci- dents my specialty. DR. C. F. COMPTON Chiropractor Tuesdays - Thursdays - Saturdays Hours from 1 to 8 p.m. HOTEL CHESTER  Open May 1st, under new management . . . rooms with or without board . . . by day, week or month. 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