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PUBLISHED MONDAYS AND THURSDAYS BY
THE PLAINDEALER PUBLISHING COMPANY
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Entered in the Post Office at RoKobunr. Oregon,
Second I'la-s Mail Matter in 1868.
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MOMDAY, MARCH 20, 1905.
"WE ARE FROM PORT ARTHUR'
These observations with their good
classical allusions, are fronTthe CAobe
Democrat, and open up an interesting
phase of the Asiatic situation.
"See," said Pyrrhus to one of his
generals, as thev scanned the dead
Romans on the battlefield of Taren
turn, "these men have all their wounds
in front. With such soldiers I could
master the world." Rome was young
in Pyrrhus' day. Its Marcellus, Sci-
pio Africanus, Caesar and other con
querors were still in the future. The
world was destined to hear something
from Rome in the Centuries following
the defeat at Tarentum. The old
king of Epirus himself saw Rome in a
menacing shape more than once be
fore he died. Even at his meeting
with Rome he was compelled to con
fess that "another such victory would
force me to return to Epirus alone."
The Japanese are treating the
world to as startling surprises the.se
days as the Romans did a score of
centuries ago. "Out of the way for
ns : we are from Port Arthur!" shout
ed Nogi's veterans in Russian as they
advanced on Kuropatkin's lines in the
fighting of the past few days. The
war cry voices an elemental audacity
and confidence which no peril can
daunt. The havoc worked in the
Japanese ranks by the Russian can
non and rifle fire is greeted with roars
of laughter by the surviving Japanese.
This laughter in the face of death is
an expression of the wild joy that
young and virile races feel in fight
ing. Men who laugh at death may
have a good deal of barbarism in
them, brt they are formidable
mies in war.
it will be well for the world to
keep watch of these Romans of Asia.
If their Scipios, Pompeys and Caesars
are not yet in sight they may be near
er at hand than the world realizes
w ltn Hannibal, the Carthaginian, at
their gates the Roman populace auc-
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wonea ine iana on wnicn his armies
camped. They knew that time was
fighting their battles, and that the
gathering of their scattered forces
would make them invincible. The
elder Scipio of Africa overthrew Han
nibal. A later Scipio took Carthage
by atorm, leveled it with the ground,
ran a plowshare over its site and
sowea sail in tne furrows, to make
the annihilation final. This was
monies answer to nanmoai s inva
sion. Nemesis also marches with the
Romans who are pushing the Russians
across rivers and through mountain
passes across Manchuria. Out of
the way for us; we are from Port Ar
a.1 m nL' T t
vuur. mis is japans answer in
1905 to the Russian of 1895 that
forced the exhausted Japan to give
np Port Arthur, which she had cap
tured in the Chinese war. It is an
announcement to the world that the
nag which is up at Port Arthur
1905 will stay up.
REPEAL OF "UEU LAW.
Congress at the last session went
only so far in the direction of re
forming the land laws as to amend
the lieu-land law of 1897, which the
Public. Lands Commission had called
"scandalous." Hereafter, the holder
of lands which have been included in
a forest reserve cannot exchange
them for other timbered lands, but
must take lands of some other sort.
Thus is ended a system under which,
in eight years, it is said that 2,000,
000 acres of forest outside the re
serves have already come into the
hands of the Targe speculators and
land grant railroads, says an ex
change. A recent report from the Commis
sioner of the General Land Office
states that these roads still hold
more than 2,000,000 acres in the re
serves, and the amended law comes
when just half the possible mischief
has already been done. But the tim
ber and stone act, under which such
lands may regularly be acquired, re
mains on the books, and is as sorely
in need of revision. Under it the
purchase of Government land, 160
acres to one person, is authorized at
$2.50 per acre, when the applicant
swears that the land is worth more
for timber or stone than for agricul
ture. "It is an invitation to steal,"
said a Western publicist, of this sta
tute. "Unless he can sell it, 160
acres won't do the individual the
slightest good. It is not enough to
warrant him building sawmills or
transportation facilities to get his
lumber or logs to markets. Conse-
quenny ne sens it at tne nrst oppor
mniry to ine corporations wno in
spired the law." One incentive to
fraud arises from the fact that lum
benng is an industry which must be
conducted on a large scale, while the
Government's policy has always been
in theory to distribute the land among
small holders. The commission's plan
out of the difficulty ia to sell merely
the standing timber in large tracts
and afterward divide up the land
JAPAN'S ASTONISHING RESOURCES
A meeting of bankers and finan-
ciers was neia in lOKio on March 1
for the purpose of discussing the sub-
scnptions to the new domestic loan,
should it be found to be over-sub
scribed when the list is opened. At
the close of the meeting the asso
ciated bankers announced that they
would take 60,000,000 yen, about
$30,000,000. The imperial house
hold will take 50,000,000 yen, and
others 40,000,000 yen.
It is expected that the loan will be
doubly subscribed. Count Okuma,
addressing the meeting, said that the
Japanese domestic financial capacity
was astonishing, even to its friends.
He expressed the belief that the
slight disturbance in financial condi
tions, despite the enormous expendi-
cures, was Que to the fact that agn-
culture furnished the country's great
wealth. Continuing, Count Okuma
said that he believed the country
would continue the war without anv
feeling of embarrassment,
Missouri has finally elected a Re
publican as United States Senator,
Major v uiiara v arner, a lawyer, an
aT TTT'll TTT
ex-Congressman of Kansas City, and
a well known figure in Grand Army
circles. It is a satisfactory solution
to a most vexatious and discreditable
factional row that bade fair to throw
away entirely the fruits of a hard-
won and unexpected Republican vie
tory. The contest had lasted from
January 18 to the day of the Legis
lature s adjournment, and had been
conducted with much bitterness and
some scandal. It ended finally
Southern Oregon is determined to
have a railroad built to Crater-Lake.
Those backing the enterprise have
1 wa a
asKed Jackson countv people to
take $25,000 in stock and alreadv
$17,000 of the amount has been sub
scribed. The proposed road is to
run out of Medford to the lake a dis
tance of about 75 miles.
A committee at work in Medford
soliciting subscriptions to the stock
of the proposed Medford & Crater
T 1 ;t ... .
Lah.e raiiroaa nas, it is reported, re
ceived thus far assurance that $17
000 of the stock will be taken local
ly. It is proposed to increase this to
Hitchcock seems to have receded
from his apparent position that no
honest men exist in Oregon and will
allow Senator Fulton to name a Reg
ister and Receiver for the Roseburg
ine czars advisers decided on one
more effort," and the result is the
rTT! f a a a i t
Mukden debacle. The art of quitting
a nopeiess job is not understood at
A Roseburg young man named Har
ness nas written a beautiful poem.
He succeeded in harnessing the muse,
pertinently remarks the Portland
In regard to all of Mr. Hitchcock's
bluster, we would like to inquire.
why does an honorable administration
need a vindication? .
King Peter of Servia is busy de
stroying the freedom of the press in
that country. It will probably not
Tr n I
ii rvussians can again get away
it will be admitted that he is the
champion in backing out of a tight
The cost of taking the first census
was a little over one cent per head ;
that oi the last census seventeen
Reports from Manchuria indicate
that the price of peace is going up
should consider it
army has only two
lucky that his
ine question is often asked, Was
Tom Lawson silenced, or did he run
The mighty Cossacks are another
of the world's exploded myths.
Vladivostok may as well prepare to
spend the summer in seclusion.
Togo ia tired of wailing and ia deter
mined Togo forth.
The G. A. K. of Russia ia begining to
look like K. A. G.
In Tibet when a pupil fails in hia
lesson they Hog the teacher. Say!
Isn't that great?
A newspaper war hae brqken out in
Tillamook. The Herald and the Head
light are going it hot and heavy.
Prof. Craig saya that civilization is
over 9,000 years old. And mightv small
of its age it seems sometimes too.
Between the health food faddist, the
"no meat cure" and the supreme court
the beef trust is pretty well cowed.
Missouri has succeeded in producing a
seedless apple. Next will be a phenom
enon in the shape of a kickless mule.
The increase of suicide among the rich
is exciting some people. Have we not
alwaya said happiness could not be
bought with cash?
Aimougu tne King oi bunco men is
dead, there are many of his loyal sub
jects still alive. And thev aren't all in
the big cities, either.
A New Jersey clergyman advises girls
not to marrv a man till thev know all
i . - -
about his past. Ho must be a memlier
of the K06 Suicide club.
A man was arrested down east the
other day for marrying his mother-in-law.
He should find no trouble in es
tablishing the plea of insanity.
That new, wonderful telegraphic ap
paratus, that is said to be capable of
transmitting 800 words a minute, could
almost keep up with a sewing circle.
It is said that large hats are "again in
favor." Are they not always in favor?
Where is the woman who is content
with let a than an acre and a half of new
Said a close observer the other day:
"I have a great admiration for people
who keep up appearances, who Daint
their houses before they get to the shab
by point, who renovate their furniture
at the first signs of wear, who replace
worn garment ill. new before dilapid
ation becomes apparent, and who grows
olJ 80 imperceptibly that the flight of
years ia forgotten. I have an overween
ing admiration for a man or woman who
can defy poverty to its face and give the
appearance of prosperity when the real
thing is lacking. There are such per
sons in the world. I know them and
probably you can pick a few from the
list of your acquaintances."
There are friends and friends,
some are friends indeed and some are
friends for revenue only. If one ever
has need of a friend they will find
out which is which. The revelation
is sometimes startling but neverthe
less quite true and the knowledge
thus gained is most valuable.
"Tlx Rotten Gun Club Again"
Mr. Brockbank the well known repre
sentative of the sporting goods depart
ment of the Pacific Hardware and Steel
company, accompanied by J. S. Hunt
expert rifleman and representative of
the Peters Cartridge Company, of Cin
cinnati, struck this citv Saturdav even
ing and commenced to talk "shoot."
Of coarse the old members of Roeeburg's
famous "Rotten Hun Club" begun to
itch for a little of the fun and Sunday
afternoon the old timers with tun in
hand hied themselves to the temporary
trap grounds in Kinney addition where
for two hours the pop of the gun and the
cheer or groans of the spectators told of
the success or failure of the contestants
rollowing is the score: Possible JO
birds, R. B. Matthews, 13; F. W
Havnes, J. A. Perry, 14; Dr K. L
Miller, 14: Roy McClallen, lormerly J
Roseburg, 11 ; W. Soverin, 15; Dr. G. B
Honck, 14 ; Brockbank 13; Scott Lander
possible 25, 16; 8. K. Sykes, possible 15
8; Hunt possible 19. lb: A. O Johnson.
possible 15, 5.
The shooting was very fair consider
ing mat the boys were out of practice
and the trap was not located properly
Mr. Hunt gave an exhibition of rifle
shooting which was very much apprecia
ted by those present although Mr. Hunt
was not feeling well and consequently
not in his best form He demonstrated
that he is an expert rifle shot.
Black Butte Quicksilver Mine
W.B. Dennis, of the Black Butte
quicksilver mine, says his mine will
soon be shipping this metal, as be has
me piani neany ream- lo run. Tftia is
considered one of the best quicksilver
deposits on the coast, and as it will soon
produce, will make another industry for
hub county . inismineis located near
the Lane and Ikmglaa county bonier
line on the Coast Fork of the Willam
Coaaty Trutartr't Notice
Notice is hereby given that all parties
holding county warrants endorsed prior
to, and including, March 6, 1903, are re
quested to present the same to the coum
ty treasurer as interest will cease there
on after the date of this notice.
uated Koseburg, Oreg., Mar. 15, 1906.
G. W. Dimmicc,
A. O. Rose, of Roseburg, ia engaged in
appointing Oregon agenta to represent
large and reliable Chicago firm to in
traduce their new automatic spring
scianors and latest booka. Bova. nirls
men or women are appointed either on
salary or commission. If interested call
on or write A. O. Rose, Roaeburg, Oreg.
City Marshal's Notice
All parties within the city of Rose
burg are hereby notified to clean up all
streets, alleys and yards of all rubbish of
every kird within ten days of this date.
All parties failing to comply with this
notice will be taken before the city re
corder and fined.
March, I, 1906. D. J. Jabvin,
D City Marshal.
Brick Nearing Completion-New Babcock
Standard Press and a Dexter
Folder to be Installed
The time is drawing near when the
Plaindealer will move into its new
centrally located quarters on Jackson,
Roseburg's main business street. F.
F. Patterson the contractor, an
nounces that the new brick will be
complete and ready for occupancy by
April 1st, with its plumbing and
equipment, especially designed for a
model newspaper office.
NEW BABCOCK STANDARD PRESS ,
A deal has just been closed with the
American Type Founders Co., of Port
land, for a new Babcock Standard
book, job and news press of the latest
and most modern design and with a
speed of 1600 newspapers an hour.
DEXTER FOLDER ATTACHMENT
This press is equipped with a Iex
ter Folder Attachment, which de
livers the papers from the press
folded and ready for mailing, thus
greatly expediting the work of the
office on press days.
OTHER NEW MATERIAL
In connection with the above men
tioned valuable improvements the
Phundealers job printing department
will at the same time be brought
thoroughly up to date by the addition
of several new job type series and a
half dozen fonts of new labor saving
brass rule, which altogether will give
the Plaindealer the most moderniy
equipped newspaper and job office in
The new press is to be installed
from the fact that the big Cottrell
press now in use is considered too
large for the needs and requirements
of the office and requires a three
horse power to operate it, while the
PORTLAND CENTENNIAL NOTES.
Work has been begun on New York's
$15,000 state pavilion at the exposition. '
June 14 will be the Daughters of the
American Revolution and American
Flag day at the fair.
The American Library Association
will meetjin national convention at the
Laaril and Clark exposition from July 2
to July 7.
Frank Vincent DuMond, the famous
artist and proprietor of the Lyme school, '
has been appointed chief of the art de
partment at the fair.
President Roosevelt has heartilv ap
proved the plans for a conference on the
relation of the I'nited States to the
Orient, which is to be held next sum
mer at the fair.
The exhibit from the state of Wyom
ing, which will be made at the fair, will
show the wonderful results obtained by
irrigation in the task of redeeming the
arid lands of the desert.
Cooperative Store Assured
At a meeting of the directors of the
Roseburg Rochdale Association (name
by which the co-operative store will be,
known) Friday evening the following
officers were elected : Root. Robertson,
pres. ; C. W. Martyn, vice pres. ; Oscar
J. Lindsey, secretary, and a treasurer
will be selected later. Mr. Frank Car
men was added to the board of directors.
Secretary Lindsey was authorized to im
mediately collect the amount subscribed
by the shareholders so that a stock of
goods can purchased and business com
menced. Stockholders Meeting
The atock holders of the R seburg Park
and Fair Association will meet at the
City Hall on Saturday March 25,1906,
at 1 o'clock p. m. for the purpose of or
ganizing and electing a board of direct
ors and transacting any other business
that may come before the meeting.
adS 8 F. A. McCam.. Sec.
May Day Ball
A grand May hay lull will te given
at Hie Armory hall Monday evening
May let, 1MB, under the auspices of the
Lady Maccabees. A tine supper will be
served and good music will be seemed.
A good time is promised those who at
tend. Invaluable for Bhcanutism
I have been suffering for the past few
years with a severe attack of rheuma
tism and found that Ballard's Snow
iniment was the only thing that gave
me satisfaction and tended to alleviate
my pa. ns. March 24, '02. John C.
Degnan, Kinsman, Ills. 25c, 60c, fl.OO
Hold by A C. Marsters A Co.
Strayed from range on South Myrtle
Creek, ten head of cattle marked under-
bit in each ear and left ear split. Brand
ed small A on right hip. Write F. B.
Waite, Roseburg, Or. a 10 p
The Petit Journal prints a dispatch
from 8t. Petersburg stating that Kuro
patkin lost 80 guns and 19,000 killed si
Tie Ling Friday.
ITS NEW HOME
new machine will require but a horse
and a half motive power. An enter-
prising rouinern i Oregon newspaper
man will become the proud possessor
of the big Cottrell press, he having
unlimited power facilities.
PLAINltEALER STOCK CHANGING HANDS
In view of the fact that the Plain
dealer has again been put on a good
sound business and financial basis
through the efforts of the present
management, the present editor has
decided to again cast his lot in Rose
burg and engage in the newspaper
business permanently here. With
this object in view the block of 1000
shares of stock held in the paper by
Hon. J. T. Bridges was last week
transferred to N. A. and W. C. Con
ner, who also have an option on the
stock held by Hon. A. C. Mareters,
P. R. Shambrook and others, whkh
in due time will be transferred to the
above named parties.
One of the greatest improvements
in the Plaindealer contemplated by
the present editor is the establish
ment of a morning daily in connection
with the semi-weekly edition, a mat
ter concerning which more will be
said as soon as the paper is installed
in its fine new quarters.
The rapid rate at which the sub
scription list of the Plaindealer is in
creasing and the great increase in
the job printing and advertising
patronage of the paper is very en
couraging and demonstrates the fact
that the paper is growing in popular
ity and is winning the entire confi
dence of the people of Douglas coun
ty. As a news medium, the Daner is
' second to none in its territory.
The convention of the National Wo
man's Suffrage Association will be held
this year at the fair, the sexaionj being
from June 'J9 to July 6.
A congressional party of ten senators
and fifteen representatives will visit the
fair and take part in the ceremonies on
the opening day, June 1. The expenses
oi me trip are provided lor by an appro
priation of $10,000.
Mrs Conde Hamlin, who ia in charge
of the municipal museum of Chicago,
will collect material for a municipal ex
hibit from the promioeat cities of the
I'nited Mates for exhibition a;, the Lew
is and Clark fair.
August 1 has been decided upon as
Kentucky day at the Lewis and Clark
lair. August I was the birthday of
Captain William Clark who shared with
Captain Meriweather Lewi the dangers
and privations of the Lewis and Clark
expedition. Captain Clark was for
twenty years a resident of Kentuckv.
Grand Millinery Opening
At The Bell Sisters, Thursday. Fndav
land Saturday, March 23, 34, and 25
1 Don't forget to see the elegant line of
Not In State Garment.
Tie has had a checkered career.
"That la not so bad If It has navar
been striped "
la work that a boy doesn't bar
A man bites a coin to see If it to
and a place of pie to dtoeovar tf It
A souvenir, Uke other things, la
valued largely according to Its price.
Although a woman does not alwaya
keep a secret, she Is careful not to tall
It except to another woman who nrona
slsea not to tell.
The youth who takes his girl home In
the street car may hare saved money
to buy the license long before the one
who takes her borne m a carriage.
The man who la careful and saving
will always have the aatiafartloo of
knowing that the gold brick dealer is
Interested In Mm.
Time la not atwaya money to the
who sells good on time.
It must be very gratifying to the
np who has the bills to pay to notice
what a good appetite the furnace has.
When a girl doean't know what etas
lo do she chews gum.
Many a baby haa cried because It I
did not know bow to swear '
Local Theatrical Company
The Roseburg Amateurs will appear
in the Farce-Comedy, Captain Racket,
at the Roseburg Theater Monday April
3, 1006. Following is the cast of charac
Captaia-Racket, of the Natkma4ttuardB,
a lawyer when he has nothing else to
do, a liar all the time Roy Bellows
Obadiab Dawson, his uncle.from Japan
(where they make tea)
Timothy Tollman, his fiiend, who mar
tied for money, and ia sorry for it
M. F. Wright
Mr. Dalroy, his father in-law, a jolly
cove Thos. Car Ion
llobson, a waiter from Cafe Glorina
Mrs. Tollman, a lady with a temper,
who finds ter Timothy a vexation of
apirit Agnes Plteaiord
Katie, a mischievous maid .Eva Messier
Clarence, the captain's pretty wife out
for a lark, and up to everything aw
ful Gertrude Rast
An Enchanted Locality.
The fresh bloom of the prune trees of
Myrtle Creek, Riddle and vicinity nre
sending forth their aromatic fragraure
which ia charming, delightful and ex
hilarating, the protoplasm of the new
borne bnda is developing from iis latla
ieat atage and hastening toward pros
There ia a grand future for this coun
try. The new on-hanl wi'l Ijecome
more reoutnerative t' an of th pr.st, the
fruit specialist will iseraad erhite others
fail. Our climate, water and taii-ty of
soil will demons! rote and :; at great
possibilities for our conn' rv and invite
the tallented and refi rd from other
countries Mvrile Cr ek Ma I.
Reader and Impersonator
Myrtle Katharine Trevitte. H plead
ing reader and imueraouator ho has
delighted Audiences from one end of
the country to another, will aive one of
her entertaining reading at the M. K
church Saturday evening, March 25.
Miss Trevitte's appearance upon the
platform is very pleasing and she ren
ders a program of superior excellence.
Her unassuming, unaffected manner
lends a charm to her well selected read
ings that one seldom seee. tf
Victor Phipps came in from Ruckles
Faraing Tacainery Repaired
JA.1BS AeRAMC Macaiaw 3mm
Bspalr KoftiMa. Botlr i. Aswaobii At. Bicycle,
all kinds of Mill Machinery. Farm Mtchioerr,
Lava Mowera. all MatM a Urladioc and i'ohtb
las dons u lh Car. WaafcJaftaa mt4 kaa St.
? MRS. H. EASTON
is prepared to wait upon old
and new customers and friends
with a fall and complete
All fresh and of the rerr beat
qaalitr. Teas aad coffees are
specialties. Your patronage
W. M. H6KIN & CO.
711 MK STtHT
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mering mr bimtorinK Cnres are
pennant- sad teriim reasonable.
Pnpiaj ; on IsMaisasi school talk per
fectly natHral as though thev had
never stammered : : : : :
SCHOOL FOR STAMMERERS
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J STEVENS ARMS TOOL CO.
r. O. Box 40 92
Chios Falls. Masa.. U. S. A.
Fancy Baskets from 5 cts to 2 00
Swell line of Combination Cases
Ranging in Price from $15 to $28
Take a look
From $25.00 to
THE FURNITURE MAN
A complete stock of all the best brands and grades
of staple and fancy Groceries. New and fresh
goods on which we have removed the tariff.
All kinds of early vegetables and fruits kept con
stantly on hand. Highest market price paid
for all kinds of farm produce.
KRUSE & fiEWLAMD
J JUST ARRIVED
CROCKERY LEMON AND
GLASS WARE ORANGE PEEL
Anything yon need for a Fruit Cnke or Mince Meat
J. F. BARKER C0. Pkone 201
Merchants wsri u at - rs for
theKOSKBl. . iiiHWi t AC
TORY which mil e re etahli-hed
and ready to till order early in
R. S. BARKER, IVil:
GETTING READY TO PAINT
You want the best, no donbt, and that's just what wo have.
Carter's Strictly Pure White Lead.
Kalcimo Pure Boiled and Raw 1. indeed Oil ami
All the other Essential..
BEARD & CULVER
Read All ef This.
For sale A good, tirst class, well pay
Reason for selling Engaged in other
Good buy This store is a good buy
tor some one because of location, clean
ness of stock and good trade.
Price Twelve hundred dollars.
Partner Would Uke partner for or
4 int. if he w aid lake charge of busi
ness at reasonable salary besides hia
share of profits.
Address B x 343, Roseburg, m!3
at oar Bnffet
All Bn.:i a Trade higher than
the ordii arv . r. torn made broom.
Prices in competition with
A TALE OF WOE
nwnr nin hive to rll that hive lluir
line d in -up at h mc-. At no pri te
lauudrv on im net the perfe. : i-.u of
color ami the beanty of fini-h t'.at
takes nw establishment famous, foe
our fa i i ies ar perfect and to l.tte,
ami we saanjuy only experts, tfcj t cm
show such evidence of their handicraft
as is seen on the superb work done at
ROSKBCRt; ST RAM Ltl'XDiY.
In the t'ouutj Oourl o! in Stat.- ot
tor Utug'.a ruuntv.
In ift a: cr et un- m-jib i
Ferdinand ror tr, iw. a(e4
Notice la tu rvby given h.t in uDJeraignad
has been July ipoiui. .1 by the I'ouuij Conrt
ol tne Slate of Orrgnn. for Douglaa ronnty ed
mtaUtrator of the eatate ol K-nllnand Portia.
All p r ni having claim agalnat (aid attain
art- hereby required In p est m the SaBM to ate
properly erlld. sa by :aw rtqa'rtd, at Cotes
VUey within tlx atoalha front the tiate bar
Ol. Dated this 2nd day of Mareh, l-ito.
Adrala strator nf tbe catata i t s erdtnaad For
Uu, kxea?ed .