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The My DsHOcrat.
Published Every Saturday by
Be Democrat Printing Go.
. 114 THEMIS STREET.
Calarad at Ue Foat OUm at Cape GirarUoaa,
It., m iimd-tliii Batter.
SATURDAY, MARCH 10, 1900.
We are authorized to announce
HKKBY A. A8THOLZ
A a candidate for the office of City
Treasurer at toe ensuing city election.
The little country Democratic week
ly papers are begging the Democratic
candidate to announce themselves
for office. Its money they want.
Frank Callaway, the wife murderer,
who was to ban; nest Monday com
mitted suicide in the St. Louis Jail
John A. Hope will surely rat the
Democratic nomination for State Sen
ator. Mr. Hope will be the hardest
man in the race for the Republicans
The total wealth of the United States
that is, the value of the property of
the people and the government, was
7,130,000,000 in 1850. Since then it
has increased to $65,037,000,000. The
wealth per capita was $303 in 1350. It
is now $1,036.
Nearly one-tbird of the churchgoers
of the United States are Roman Cath
olics. Considerable more than one'
fifth are Methodists. More than one
sixth are Baptists. One churchgoer
in sixteen is a Presbyterian and one
in seventeen a Lutheran.
The size of the average family
since 1850 has diminished from a little
over five and a half persons to a lit
tle less than five. People in the Soth
ern States have the largest number of
children, while in New England the
families are smallest.
The Republican Congressional
Committee of the 14th Congressional
District will meat at Bloomfield en
the 19th of this month for the purpose
of selecting the place and fixing the
date for the holding of the Republi
can Congressional Convention. Cape
Girardeau is the place where the con
vention should be held and it is to be
hoped that the committee will name
this city as the place.
The election of a boy 12 years of
age as vice-president of a railroad at
a salary of $5,000 is tb somewhat
curious commercial deqelopment re
ported from Atlanta, Ga., says the
New York Commercial. The youth
ful railroad "magnate" is Cornelius
J. Simmons, Jr., whose father is
-sident of the Collins Park and Belt
Pv railroad, a trolly line. The hoy
"M -ninated for the place by his
wai no. ,r anfl jjj3 election followed
fond fatb. .OU8 VQte
by a unanin.
in Georggia, re-
"Mt. Glenn, the
nature of the
gently explained ac
X-ray to a gathering
children. After the
vranteo. to " - .
about the machine.
, i ; ,). in was,
Mr. Glenn assar-
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Touk in bim and see chicken?'
?Zt J. Eohariam," said Mr.
I.Tn hua. I wants to
.r.lonn. vv en
- one mo' question. Kin yuu
LTat nSgeJand tell whar dat chick
en come from?
r- fV"T5 WAMfcU rvi I
. tWI THh'.
, neatest ae fastest selling book ever
- ublistiem- Biography 01 -1
Cc-fl bv his son, W. K. ioouj,iS3re Bippie8, chapped nanas, cnu-
MOOU)1 j . , A onion- I . . . . . v:. .nJ lirnnin mm
"r!.. "'... .ivnrelist's
...! x. 1 ii 11. Bausoj, i f
u4 me sio-y 01
high, unselfish service in the cause
. . .k aAwtrim in luu - -
nf Mrs. Moody and
. -i authorized, authentic
,f. wanted-men and women
, , ,.D TTarvest time for
agents. Freight paid; credit given
a The Dominion Company
Dept. K, Chicago
Did vouever rnn across the old
v. nowananer. say some ten years
old or morer wm it w ?
t-v 1 a M nnAua sx-
:Tctinr aa vou reau a
UOiuvj 1 1
i,,mn of local news and personal
mnt.5on? As you look over its pag-
, n,nv seeming trivial mentions
-ith them a multitude of tender
a niniunt associations.
how vou prized the paper so lit
tle when it was first printed when you
find it so full of interest anu .uim
. .- an mtnv vears. It is
reflection after so many vwrs.
only when one gets hold of an 010. 10-
. ana views i r-"
the partand reflects on what a mirror
anwtl tne napers
begins to estimate their real value as
It is said that the Tennessee Repub
licans have some hope that they will
carry their state for President. Per
haps they are correct. Bryan's plur
ality in it four years ago was only
17,000, though the Democratic lead
for Governor in 1808 was 33.000. Ex
pansion is popular in the South,
while nobody supposes that silver is
either stronger la the South or any
where else than it waa ia the Demo
cratic section four year ago. A rel
ative change of 9000 votes would have
given Tennessee to MoKlnley ia 1896.
With the improved conditions for the
country and the Republican party ia
1900 there is someohance that Tennes
see may keep company with Kentucky
la the Repablican line this year.
THE ST. LOUIS GLOBE-DEMOCRAT
is unquestionably one of the
greatest of American Newspapers. It
has correspondent everywhere and
covers every field of News, foreign
and domestic. It is strictly Republi
can in politics, but is, above all, A
NEWSPAPER, and ought to be in
every home during the important
presidential Campaign of 1900. The
price by mail, Daily, including Sun-
day, is Six Dollars per year. Daily to suppress the testimony so that the
without Sunday, Four Dollars per murder might be charged upon Re
year. Sunday only, Two Dollars per publican officials. The very men who
year. Weekly, issued in SEMI- prevented an inquest urged the offer
WEEKLY Sections, One Dollar per ing Qf a reward of $100,000 to find the
year. The latter edition is A BIG assassin, and, while hiding tne pri
S EMI-W EEKLY PAPER, almost mary facts, sent outside the state for
equal to the average Daily at the so-called detectives notorious for
price of the average Weekly. It not hady political tricks. In all this
only gives ALL THE NEWS, but jumble of villainy and misgovern
also a great varietv of interesting ment the people of Kentucky, over
and instructive reading matter for 2,000,010 strong, are treated with ut
every member of the family. Write ter indifference. Their votes are cast
for Free Sample Copies to the
Printing Co., St Louis, Mo.
All Colds ara Tainted.
All colds are tainted with Girp
when Grip prevails. "77"breaks up
Grip and-Colds that "hang on;" 25c
A Doe 1 the school I'.oom.
Since Dr. Hale promulgated his
plan about pets in the public schools,
I have heard from several teachers
who have made experiments of this
sort with success. One
teacher had an experience with a dog
which was instructive. One of her
pupils, a slum boy with a bad reputa
tion, bad a very onery bull terrier
which was sure to go everywhere the
boy did, and followed bim to school
one day. The boy arrived a little
late with the dog; the other children
knew the pair were coming, and they
were on the alert for a scene. In
came the boy with the big bull terrier
at his heels. The pupils held their
hands to their mouths. The teacher
showed no sign of surprise, but said:
"Ah I see we have a new scholar.
What's his name, Michael?" Michael
aid his name was Grip, or something
like that I am not quite sure what it
was. "Ah, Grip, here Grip!"
the teacher hospitably and sympathet
ically, and the dog came up to her
and let her pat his head. . Then she
to'.d him, gently, but firmly, to lie
down by her desk, and he did. There
he remained, sleeping peacefully or
quietly watching the proceedings of
the school until the intermission.
The children were all over their snick
ering and wondering in a few minutes,
and seemed pleased and cheerful be
cause the dog was in the room. He
was adopted as a regular attendant,
and from that time on spent most of
his time by the teacher's desk, though
often he accompanied his master into
the recitation room where his behav
ior was always excellent. "The teach
er avers that her pupils are less dis-
orueriy anu iruuuicavuro ,m wiwvg
is nresent than wnen ne is aoseai.
Tetter, SsluRbanm ana Eczema
The intense itching and smarting
incident IQinese uiseases, 19 iuowuuj
. . . . -i : : : .1
allayed by applying Chamberlain's
Eve and Skin Ointment. Many very
I. . . 1 . 1 ....... .4
bad cases nave oeen nrraoucuujituicu
by it lt is efficient for itch-
ing piles ana a uvu l"um
1 mains, irusii "" -Y
aves. 25c per box. For sale by I
ik M ler. druggist. ocl-.y
I - -
The Sonth for Expansion
Attention it drawn to Mr. McLaur-
ids r . ...
-. naiti nn aneecn iu uic
because it is the first formal aeciara -
1000 moreit.nAntnat 8tde from a Democrat in
rnnirress. McLarin said the samei
miiuK g -- .
K.rlv everv Southern man 01 promi-
iseariy evorj r
nence is more or less committed in the
aim WAV. Few of them may be as
. fT oni-in in ConcTess. but,
irana b i..v -
,e quesnon uut f--- -
- n a of x h A PriT.lTHy
ctAffP. few 01 mem cuum ' "
. 1 . ...14 wato innnvi
s - - . t . 1
h ay Une 01 me
ant facts about expansion is
lcts aoouR--w- - -
unanimous support of it by Plr
lic opinion in the South. New York
it is to see a oeauuiu. tmm
,.o a ;. .iriln humors, bursting
aisuguim. vf.w,l iiiMnnmWinir Maims acainst
through the f'?,7 ";;:;;
and sores, and sadder still, when th
innocent are laughed at
j a gujh parentj
- . ,m eQod and purj
1 a - ... ,
1 . 1 ii DiKam wnifn wi
remedy, auipuur 1,
search and drive out 01 tne 0100
.. 1 1 tlnolt
Deprived of the Ballot.
Kentuchv's deplorable condition Is
due entirely to a law taking away
from the people the right to determine
elections. The audacity of the exper
iment is surprising, but the results
are what might have been expected.
All the business of the statu is in con
fusion. The people are wrathful and
determined that their rights shall pre
vail. But the Goebelites making the
attempt to usurp the functions of gov
ernmsnt still push on When the
State Election Board failed them they
filled it up from their own ranks and
proceeded to throw out the votes of
several counties in order to claim the
minor state offices. The entire vote
of Louisville has been thrown out to
eat contestants ia the Legislature
and to get through a number of laws
the Goebelttea especially need in their
operations. In some counties officials
are turning money over to Taylor, ia
others to Beckham. There are two
sets of state officers and general chaos
ia the public affairs of the entire
More than a month hat passed
since the shooting of Goebel, and the
effort of his political friends has been
aside, their majorities reversed and
their interests neglected. With a
sort of insane persistence the Goebel
ites keep on with their scheme to des
troy the ballot and to make the will
of a gang of politicians supreme over
that of the people. It cannot be done.
The Goebel law will go down and vot
ers will assert tneir sovereignty
cost. G lobe-Democrat.
Crouq and W Hooping; CoaKb.
Ballard's Horehound Syrup will
promptly relieve Croup and Whooping
Cough. It will cure the worst Cough
or Cold It never disappoints. Try
The Weather Calendar.
One of the best calendars ot tbe
season is the "Cardui Weather Chart
and Calendar for 1SXIG," published- by
ho Cuattauooffa Medicine Company,
the manufacturers of McElree's Wme
of Cardui and Thedford's Black-
Draught. Tbe Democrat has jim
received one from the publishers.
which consists of twelve sheets of
nincr. 13x3 inches in size, all fasten
ed together with a gilt tin strip and a
brass, loon banger. Each sheet con
tains the calendar for one month in
large figures that can bn read across
any room, unaertne ngores putum.
weather signals indicating Prof. De
Voe's Weather Forecasts for every
nnv in the vear anDear. The moon's
changes and legal holidays are also
shown. We understand a lew copies
of it can be secured by sending- 10
one-cent postage stamps to the Chat
tanooga Medicine Co., Chattanooga,
Discovered by a Wcmu.
Another great discovery has- oeen
made, and that too. by a lady m this
country. "Disease fastened iteelutches
upon her and for seven, years she
withstood it severest tests, but her
vital organs were undermiaed and
death seemed imminent- For three
months she eoughed incessantly, and
could not steep. She finally discover
ed a way to recovery, by parehasing
of us a bottle of Dr. King's fte Dis
onverv for Consumption and was so
much relieved on lamme mra uuw,
that she slept all night; and witn two
has been, absolutely curca.
Her name is Mrs. Luther Lata. Thus
writes V. C. Hamniek & Co., of
shnihv. N. C. Trial bottles tree at
I. Ben. Miller's Dru Store. Reeular
size 50c and 8100. Every bottle guar
Heart-burn from excessive smoking,
or from any other cause, is relieved
by the first dose of No. 10, Dr. Hum-
Specific for Dyspepsia.iic
Nntice is herebv eiven that letters
of administration upon the estate of
no vie. deceased, have been grant
ed to the undersigned by the Cape
Girardeau Court of Common Fleas,
1 nr 1 'im i.iraraeau vo'inu. rauwun
ir . ' ., ,.., .,- rv
1 bearing uate me oiu u, Do-
I Mil UCI 9UUD a
,tAte are required to exhibit
thm to her for allowance within one
j .M l.ttr or
ivear nuu. i" C'
precluded from any bene-
h te; and if a'd claims
I . t fixhibited within two years from
l..hn date of the oublication of this
- Catherine Doyle.
I nriTliY" UlcV Will iro iwtiwi
I virtJ7.ir Administratrix
V.XECUTRIX'S NOTICE. Notice
nf ri-rissa Mc-
KiJnniS) deceased, have been granted
to the unaersigneu oy mo
I arcicau uuru w. vuujuw
I -. . r;noKii.ii Countv. Missouri.
1 . . . . . . n. -nmrnnn ' . . . h . .
bearing date the otn aay 01 January
8aid estate are required to elihibit
jaia es JSwance within one
yelkI. from the date of said letters or
they may be precluded from any bene-
tit 01 sucn esiaw; a?u "
. I ha nnt exhlbltea wiuuo two yearn lruui
1 1 ...... . ...
.Ithe data of the publication 01 mis
1 u0tice they will be torever oarrea.
1 1 rraivmi McKnrtna.
Trustee's Sale of Real Estate.
WHEREAS, Henry Luckey and
Patsy Lackey his wife, by their eer
deeds of trusts, one dated March 25,
1880 and recorded in Book "L" page
319, and one dated December 31st,
1887 and recorded in Book "L" page
631 of the recorder's office of the
County of Cape Girardeau, State of
Missouri, conveyed to the undersign
ed trustee the following described real
estate situated ia the County of Cape
Girardeau and State of Missouri,
Part of the west half of the north
east quarter ef section twenty-seven
(27) township thirty-one (31) north of
range thirteen (13) east, containing
forty (40) acres.
Also the east kali of the northeast
quarter of the northeast qaartsr, eon
tainiag twenty (20) acres and the
northeast quarter of the southeast
q Barter of the northeast quarter een
taiaing tea (10) acres, all ia section
twenty-seven (27) ia township thirty
one '31) north of range thirteen (13)
east, 'Which said coaveyences to the
undersigned were made ia trust to
sesnre the payment of two certain
promissory notes in said deeds of
trusts described. And whereas, the
said Henry Luckey has departed this
life, and more thaa nine months have
elapsed since the date of his death;
and whereas, default has been made
ia the payment of the principal and
interest of said notes,
Now therefore, at the request of the
legal holders of said notes, and in
pursuance of the conditions in said
deeds of trusts, the undersigned will,
Saturday, March 31, 1900,
between' the hours of ten o'clock a. m.
and 5 o'clock p. m., of said day at
the east door of the court house in
Cape Girardeau, Cape Girar
deau County, Missonri, sell the prop
erty above described at public vendue
to the highest bidder, for cash, for
the purpose of satisfying said notes
and the cost of executing these trusts.
Edward H. Engexmann,
Trustee's Sale of Beal Estate.
WHEREAS, Marrion W. Alexader
and Frances D. Alexander, his wife,
by their certain deed of trust, dated
the 7th day of April, 1892, and record
ed in the recorder's office of Cape
Girardeau cousty, Missouri, ia Book
"P" at pages 363 to 373, and whereas
said Marrion W. Alexander, by his
certain deed of trust, dated the 28th
day of July, 1892. and recorded- a
said recorder's office in Book "P" at
pages 453 to 456, conveyed to Sebas
tian Albert, as trustee, the following
described real estate, situated in the
county of Cape Girardeau and state
of Missouri, to-wit;
All the following described part of
lot number (40) forty in range "BP
in the ity of Cape Girardeau, bounds
ed.aa .follows: Comuawieinr thirty (38),
feet wes from the northeast corner o5
said lot lumber fort? " rang
"B," thence run west along Independ
ence street thirty (30 feet, thence
south parallel with Ellis street one
hundred and four (MHi feet, thence
east parallel with Independence street
thirty ( 3D ) feet and thence north par
allel with Ellis streee one hundred
sod four f 104) feet to the place of
beginning, together with tb use of
eight (8) feet left betwraen the above
described Sract ana souinern
boundary line of said lot number
Bforty (40) a a private alley lor the
P- .... .4 .. !l .ka nf int.
number forty (40) i range "B,"
which said deeds of trust www made
to secure th payment of. the 4wo cer-
. . - : J j 1 .1 ; u. 1
tain notes sa saiu uwat uckhu,
and whereasy default hibeesisiade in
the payment of the monthly install
insnts "specified in said- note and
there is an amount is cxees of six
naonths' installments dse-and anpaid
r each of said notes- by reason
whereof the whole of said note have
become due and the same are anpaid;
And wherereas sicd' beaastian
Albert is aw dead, aod by reason
tioereof the powers in him. vested by
said deeds of trust haw,.by the terms
off said deed of trust, become vested
La me, the UDtbersignedt sbeoi ST of said
Now, thereto, ai roe renown 01
the legal holder of saii. notes, and in
persuance ct the provisions, of said
deeds of true,-1 will ca
Saturday, tt-31st day of Maieh, 1900,
between the hours of nine-o ock in
the forenoon and five oUiloek in the
fipnonn ofi that daox..at tae court
honse door in-the city of Caao Girar
deau, Cape- Uirardeaat oowssy, Mis
souri, sell saio real estaw a puuna
vendue to the highest bidder, for cash
for the parpose of satisfying said
deeds of trust. aschlO-47
BERNH ftBD UOCKEL,
SherifTof Cape Girardeau. Ctownty, Ma.
Notice is hereby giwoithat letters ef
administration uDn the estate ef
KVodrich Schulz. dotteaseo, nave oeen
granted t the undorsigBea by tte
clerk of ibe Cape Gicardean Court ef
rViAmnn Fleas OS cape oiraraeau
conntv. Missouri. Bearing aaie ne
17th 01 J annas?,, taw.
All parsons navtag eiaims skuh
said estate are required to exuMt
them to. him for aQowance within one
vear iiom the datr 01 said letters, or
or they may be precluded fronv any
benefit of such estate: and if said
Haim be not exhibited withia two
var from the date of the publication
rf . . .. ill 1 M
nf this notice, tnev win im wreiw
barred. David w. schctx,
Notice is hereby given than letters of
oriminiAtrntinn udod me estate 01
Daniel McKmnis, deceasea, nave
been granted to the undersigned by
the Cape uiraraeau ort 01 sum
mon Pleas of Cape uiraraeau iountjr,
Missouri, bearing date the 8th day
of January, 1900.
All persons having claims against
said estate are required to exhibit
them to him for allowance within one
year from the date of said letters or
they may be precluded from any ben
efit of such estate; and if said claims
be not exhibited within two years
from the date of the publication of
this notice they will be forever barred.
Robert L. Taylor,
aiui Tidmn to Aatama Safferara
Folev's Honey and Tar gives quick
and positive relief in 11 senses.
WHIN IN DOUBT. TRT
var I tW wfcola arif. Alliwriai iaadla
eTS BnfMfiv CsnVOelt tSMtTCSmdsttOM SBaWM vwii
HilUS Mhd. PrifSi awS ;alin.iSn
MMr.feaa. MtekwkMk Ada
Notice Is hereby given that the
annual meeting of stockholders of
the St. Louis. Kennett & Southern
Railroad. Company will be held at the
office ef the Company, in the City of
Cape Girardeau, on Monday, March
12th, 1900. at three o'clock in the
afternoon, for the purpose- of electing
Directors for the ensuing-year ana
transacting - such ether business as
may properly come before said meet
ing, ixjuia nocca,
IToUee of aakool XleeUon.
Conforming to the requirements of
tbe School Law of tbe State, notice is
hereby given that an election will be
held at the city polling places, in the
four wards of the City of Cape Girar
deau, on Tuesday, the third day ef
April, ISM), for toe purpose 01 elect
ing two (2) Directors of the Board of
Education of the School District of
Cape Girardeau City. Tbe terms of
William C. Herrmann and Ueorge e.
Chappell expiring on said date.
By order of tbe Boara 01 education.
Geo. . Chappell,
Cape Girardeau, Mo., March 2, 1900.
Stockholder Meeting. !
Notice is hereby given that the an
nual meeting of stockholders of the
Caue Girardeau. Bloomfield & South
ern Railroad Company will be held at
tbe office of tbe Company in the city
of Cape Girardeau on Monday,
March 12th 1900, at three o'clock in
the afternoon, for t(he .purpose of
electing Directors for tbe ensuing
year and transacting such other busi
ness as - may property come before
Edward Hidden i
Louis Hocck, Directors.
L. B. Hocck, )
TneBest Bemerty lor flux.
Mr. John Mathias, a well known
stock dealer of Pulaski, Ky., ayx:
"After suffering for over a week with
flux, and my physician having failed
to reliever me, I was advised to try
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy, andi have the
pleasure stating that the half of
one bottle cured me. ' ' Foe sate by I.
Umbh to Kent
The undeosigoeti has a caiaXortaole
housw or vuoou to rent on Sprig
t-treel. Ca.il. ou or auUrois,
li. B. LIVEK.
Ja a4l tor SOc.
Manv oeoDle have been
Kidney diseasee by taking a
oy:s Kidney Cure
I Summers &Tobler
CAPE GIRARDEAU, MO.
' Fine Whiskies, Wines and Cigars.
Kg-Tb'j Celebrated AnheussBusch
!Ber always fi-esh on tao.
v BO YEARS'
J Thdi Marks
'sv CowvRorrs Ac
i2cklT ucvttln enr opinion frae vhatlMr an
UoaaKrtetlrcoaesanMa1- Haadboofcaa rauata
Pat ant! talus, taroosrta Mann Gw wamwm
Akandaomali maitiatad waaklr.
SB r St. Waahlagton. D. C.
No. 1 Cttres Fever.
No. 2 " Worms.
No. 3 " Infants? Diseases,
No. 4 Diarrhiea.
No. 8 " Neuralgia.
No. 9 Cures Headache.
No. IO " Dyspepsia.
No. 11 " Delayed Periods.
No. 12 " Leuchorrea.
No. 1 " Skin Diseases.
No. 1 5 Cures Rheumatism.
No. 16 " Malaria.
No. 20 " Whooping Cough
No. 27 " Kidney Diseases.
Nq- SO " Urinary Diseases
Now 77 " ' Colds and Grip.
Sekl by Drnggisia, or sent prepaid oa
receipt of price, 25a, or 5 for $1.
Da. HcxphkktV Honor atbic Makuai
or Diseases Majxxb Fakc.
Baamhrays Xsd. Oa. Ill WiUiam 8UV.X
are the most fatal of all
FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURE
a GUARANTEED remedy
or money refunded. Con
tains remedies recognized
by all eminent physicians
as the best for Kidney and
Price 50c and $ioa
asa" . nnsjcie ssanmanra m esvaaafasy
Ml Ifs) CsnWcdssssal AfsnBMSafVdvy. UtsssiyMsssBl
kltl.llll.il.C III DM
PUU amjwn co
sale by W. C. HAMAN & CO.
. DON PARR'S
NO. 40 MAIN
All work hi thai
aa Slaaatafe. Stasia! aWaaHae given S
Slol and (cO Qc&
alaalv tHaa n. ato
Call aatf esaaahvs baftwi
7 Strictly white barbers
BIG BARGA1N8 AT
H. A. LEHER'S
Largest and cheapest house ia SoufiV
v east Missouri.
Uroad way . CAPE GIRARDEAU, MO,
Wnen Ton Como
to the Cave Stop at
Best European Hotel
and Bestoroat In the
All kinds of game fish and the
earliest same market in tbe eity.
Oysters in season a specialty.
The best meaS in the city served to
M. A. SCOTT.
iT,iss $f;nstir;e urjeeter.
Stenoarapiiep and Tupeuriter
rRaiwl tc ! wark an thnrt roSwsw
$ IOO in Gold
Would be consitWsed a small gum to. pay
fee an absolute ana ft-r ItcbinjP2s
BaemaaltRhf-sm. Trttrr. PinpIMr
othrr eru"tive avi trritat jngskianHseasBS
Is-IlEBUA'srxJ;i will positi'srlyeaie
JLM.s.Ti or n.aey rcf ua Jca-Hkysaa-imand
inw;iitaUe Dr.IIebra vjngoia.
Thi-y say it willrae SO out of 100 cases.
rice 50 cents. Smnple sufficient'to gi"
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