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H 1 1OTHERHOOD
MOTHERHOOD MOTHERHOODThe
The greatest ambition of Amer American Amcrlean Americall ¬
lean men and women wom n is to have havehomes havehomes havehomes
homes blessed bles cd with children The Thewoman Thewoman Thewoman
woman afflicted with female femaleI dis disease disease
ease is constantly menaced M MDoming with withbecoming wftjbecoming
becoming a childless wife wifemedicine NQ NQmedicine t tmedicine
I medicine can restore dead deadgans or organs orgaiis
gans but Wine of Cardui does doesregulate doesregulate doesregulate
regulate derangements that pre preTent prevent prevent
vent conception does prevent preventmiscarriage
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functions shattered
nerves nervesand nerveJand neryeznd
and does bring babies to homes homesDarren homesbarren homesbarren
barren and desolate for years yearsWine yearsWine yearsWine
Wine of Cardui gives women the thehealth thehealth thehealth
health and strength to bear heal healthy healthy ¬
1 thy children You ° can get a adollar adoUar aL
L dollar bottle of Wine of Cardui Carduifrom Carduifrom Cardujfrom
from your dealer dealerWINECARDUI dealerIINEOfCARDUI dealerWINEOCARDUI
WINECARDUI IINEOfCARDUIa
a 143 Market Street StreetMemphis Streett StreetMemphis
t Memphis Tenn April 143901 14 JgOj 9OJ 9OJIn
In February t 19011 1901 I took one bottlo of
Wine of Cardui and andOuo one package of
i Thedfords BlackDraught 1 I had badbee been beenmarried eett eettmarried
1 married fifteen years and had never nevergiven nevergiven
1 given birth to a child until I took Wine WinoofCardui WineolCardul Wineof
of Cardui Now I ammotherof am mother of a alln allnbaby aflzibsbygirlwhichwas fine
l baby bsbygirlwhichwas by girl which was born March 811901 811901The 811901y 81 1901
y The baby weighs fourteen pounds and X jt
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eating you may know that you need a ajose adose adose
dose < of Chamberlains Stomach and andLiver andLiver andLiver
Liver Tablets Price 25 cents Sam Samples Sampies ¬
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I Kidney Pills Pillscause
cause the kidneys to work as asnature asnature asnature
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Ii unknowing sufferer Its ts many manyvariations man manvariations manrVariafions
variations work along the theweak theweaklines weakest weakestfoes
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1 tle complete and lasting relief reliefGILES1 reliefGI reliefidfl
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and nd Bowels BowelsOSE howc1sY1 bOWCIConfections
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II The only harmless vegetafcfer vegetafcferKgutator vc vce1
r1 bowel e1 Kgutator and liver vitallter vitallterAs Vit1iZtu41kno
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TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA FLORIDAI
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AGRICULTURE IN LEON COUNTY COUNTYContinued COUNTY COUNTYConti COUNTYContLnue
Continued Conti Ued
trom second
page pageMILCH pageMILCH pageMILCH
MILCH COWS COWSrUS COWSLeon COWSLeon
rUS Leon countys 3400 cows valued at
56980 show her to be the prize cow
raising county in the State The price
at which she values her cows would
average av rage 1675 This Is a fair but
small average Of course there are In ¬
dividual animals of a high value but
divluing divi mg the total value by the total totalnumber totalnumb totalnumber
number numb r of
animals gives the average averageasco
Pasco asco 8 cowsvalued COWS valued at 9255 gives
her a valuation of 3643 per head headMILK headMILK headMILK
MILK MILKLeon MILKLeon MILKLeon
Leon records the most milk sold and andused andused andused
used pr or 416820 gallons valued at 65
580 an average of about 19 13 cents centsper centsper centsper
per gallon The milk of the Orange Orangecountys Orangecountys OrangeCountys
countys cows appears to be worth worthabout worthabout worthabout
about 30 cents ceC1 N per gallon In Taylor Taylorcounty Taylorcounty Taylorcounty
county it appears to be worth over 50 50cents 50cents 50cents
cents a gallon in Jackson county near nearly nearly nearly ¬
ly 40 cents a gallon in Baker the same sameBUTTER sameBUTTER sameBUTTER
BUTTER BUTTERIn
In butter Leon county produces 162
980 pounds worth 38980 or an aver average average average ¬
age of 24 cents a pound In Levy coun county county county ¬
ty butter appears to be somewhat somewhathigher somewhathigher somewhathigher
higher as in Lee also and approaching approachingiO
lO iO O cents a pound In HilIsborough 800 800pounds 800pounds 800pounds
pounds worth 490 would give an anaverage anaverage anaverage
average price r1ce of 61 614 cents a pound poundand poundand poundanU
and in Alachua over 40 cents a pound poundWOOL poundWOOL poundWOOL
WOOL WOOLLeon WOOLLeon WOOLLeon
Leon county produced but 360 fleeces fleecesweighing fleecesweighng fleecesweighing
weighing 1000 pounds and valued at atOO at2O0
200 OO a small showing but then she shehad shehad shehad
had but 450 sheep valued at 900 or oronly oronly oronly
only about 200 each eachHONEY eachHONEY eachHONEY
HONEY HONEYLeon HONEYLeon HONEYLeon
Leon furnished 626 stands of bees beeswhich beeswhich beeswhich
which gave 9100 pounds of honey honeyworth honeyworth honeyworth
worth 610 This makes honey worth worthvery worthvery worthvery
very very little under 7 cents a pound but butEscambia butEscambia butEseambla
Escambia had 760 stands of bees which whichgave whichgave whichgave
gave 7600 pounds of honey valued at
760 which made their honey worth
10 cents a pound Liberty county had
40419 pounds valued at 1045 which whichon
on the other hand reduced the price priceto
to about 2y2 2 21 cents a pound and Wash Washington Washington Washington ¬
ington nad 1000 pounds valued at 500 500which 500which 500which
which made their honey worth 50 cents centsa
a pound Just what regulates the price pricein
in each county is therefore hard to totell totell totell
tell All these comomdities are some sometimes sometimes sometimes ¬
times in towns where there are few f w re resources resources resources ¬
sources and everything is accordingly accordinglyhigh
high No regular market price pricebut pricebut pricebut
but what one neighbor exacts exactsfrom exactsfrom exactsfrom
from another may also enter enterinto enterinto enterinto
into the cause of this difference differenceThe differenceThe
The amount on hand very seldom af affects affects f ffects ¬
fects the price as does the quality of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the material The presumption is that thatall thatall thatall
all these articles are tame produc productions productions productions ¬
tions and every beekeeper knows that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the food and the distance to food foodmakes foodmakes foodmakes
makes good or poor honey and more or orless orless orless
less quantities of it itBROOM itBROOM itBROOM
BROOM CORN CORNThe CORNThe CORNThe
The broom corn industry is still in inits inits inits
its infancy it can be made to yield a agood agood agood
good as well as a good g od paying harvest harvestall
all over Florida It is one of the crops cropsthat cropsthat cropsthat
that wili net a considerable income to tothe tothe tothe
the grower Leon county on 2 acres acresraised acresraised acresraised
raised 3 tons worth 180 or 60 a aton aton aton
ton
GRAPES AND WINES WINESLeon WINESJt01 WINESLeon
Leon county reported no grapes grapesraised grapesraised grapesraised
raised but did report 7640 gallons of ofwine ofwine ofwine
wine worth 8500 or o about 111 per pergallon pergallon pergallon
gallon and prices range from 50 cents centsci1
+ ci1 1 rn onnvtlincy tn + tVio th iiiolitv nn litv nnrl nr1
the caprice of the seller sellerFIGS sellerFIGS sellerFIGS
FIGS FIGSFigs FIGSFigs FIGSFigs
Figs were raised in Leon county countyto
to the extent of 200 bushels worth
200 Polk had 24 bushels worth 75 75and 75and 75and
and Wakulla 11 bushels worth 63 63A 63A 63A
A careful cultivation of the fig there therefore therefore therefore ¬
fore must produce good results resultsMOSS resultsMOSS resultsMOSS
MOSS MOSSLeon MOSSLeon MOSSLeon
Leon is the only county which re reported reported reported ¬
ported the moss industry She claims
175 tons worth 7000 or 40 a ton tonIn tonIn tonIn
In summing up we find thatLeon thatLeoncounty that Leon Leoncounty Leoncounty
county had under cultivation 104317 104317acres 104317acres 104317acres
acres of land or about onetenth om tenth the theacreage theacreage theacreage
acreage of all the rest put together togetherwhich togetherwhich togetherwhich
which was given as 1068897 acres acresThe acresThe acresThe
The value of her crops were as fol follows follows follows ¬
lows Field crops 904373 or about aboutone aboutone aboutone
one tenth of the total State valuation valuationwhich valuationwhich valuationwhich
which was 8173547 vegetables and andgarden andgarden andgarden
garden products 70610 or about one oneeleventh oneeleventh oneeleventh
eleventh of the total of the State Statewhich Statewhich
which was 856308 fruit crops 9140 9140or 9140I
or about 1147th of the total of the theState theState theState
State 1349132 live stock 220420 220420or
or about l30th of the total for the theState theState theState
State of 6503408 poultry 52770 52 770 or ora ora ora
a little more than 1llth of the total totalfor totalfor totalfor
for the State of 705828 705828dalry dairy products
161864 or l5th of the totalproducts totalproductsof
of the state 811671 miscellaneous miscellaneousproducts miscellaneousproducts miscellaneousproducts
products 16690 or a little more than thanl7th thanI7th than17th
l7th of the total products of the theState theState theState
State 125634 Giving the final total totalof totalof totalof
of Leon county s productions a value valueof
of 1435867 while the total valuation valuationof
of the btates production was 18525 18525528L
528 528L Leon on county then produced in inthe inthe inth
the th ratio of the years productions In Inthe inthe Inthe
the while State as given in the re report report report ¬
port for 18991900 just about l13th l13thof
of the total valuation of the State StateJust StateJust StateJust
Just think of it a moment The Theproductions Theproductions Theproductions
productions of the whole State of ofFlorida otFlorIda ofFlorida
Florida were only thirteen times as asgreat asgreat asgreat
great as that of one county namely namelyLeon namelyLeon namelyLeon
Leon No wonder she is called the thebanner thebanner thebanner
banner county This leads us in inanother Ina Inalother
another a ther point po nt The population of ofi ofLeon ofLeoi
i Leon county must be very large for forsuch forsuch forsuch
such a tremendous showing Let us ussee UBsee
see In 1900 the population of Florida Floridawas
was 528542 f for r fifty years at lea least leastit t tIt
it has never decreased but con continually continually continually ¬
tinually increases the population populationof
of Leon county for the same year was
19887 or l27th of that of the whole wholeState wholeState wholeState
State There are six counties larger largerthan largerthan largerthan
than she in population and altogether altogethertwentyone altogethertwentyone altogethertwentyone
twentyone counties with a population populationof
of ten thousand or over The Monthly MonthlyBulletin MonthlyBulletin MonthlyBulletin
Bulletin issued by the Department of ofAgriculture ofAgriculture ofAgriculture
Agriculture shows only the conditions conditionsof Oi1dit1o Oi1dit1oot
of o the crops in each county for one onemonth onemonth onemonth
month hence do not come into col collision collision collision ¬
lision with this summary of a years yearsprogress yearsprogress yearsprogress
progress progressAs
As to Leon countys ability to make makea
a show at the coming co State Fair you youare youare youare
are in a condition to Judge for your yourselves yourselves yourselves ¬
selves whether reckoning from past pastexperience pastexperience pastexperience
experience at least she can do it or ornot ornot ornot
that thatshe thatshe thatshe
not We all hope and believe
for the thegrand thegrand thegrand
she can make a close race
grand county prize if she tries to toIn toIn toIn
ail ailments alIments allments ¬
In anaemia and most womens
ments the th digestion is weak the mak making makingot making ¬
ing ingot of color flesh and strength out of offood otfood offood
food Is imperfect so that the pa patient patient patient ¬
tient is weak wan nervous and dys dyspeptic dyspeptic dyspeptic ¬
peptic This condition can be corrected correctedby
by taking a course of HERBINEPrice HERBINEPrice HERBINE aERBINEPrice
Price 50 cents All druggists druggiststcat
tcat
1 t STATEMENT STATEMENTOf
Of Occupational LictnsesIssued Licenses Issued from the Office of f the County Judge of Leon LeonCounty LeonCounty
County from October I 11900to 1900 to October I 1901 1901I 1901For
I For What Period Amount Amount AmountDate AmountDate
Date No ol To Whom Issued I I I of of
Busmess From Fo I To SLate Omnty OmntyI ooityOct
I
Oct lID 1 i B Yeglnniss Merchant Oct 11000 1900 Oct Oct1 1 IciOl j1 18 i so 900 00
2 J W Collins Col ins 9 50
3 W H Markham II a Ot o I 50
4 H V RSChmder RScbraderDruggiS RScbraderDruggiSa Druggist 1 9 iur 4 50 505J
5J RCOb D Merchant 18 U J 00
6 I Boxhom II 3 1 5U
7TBBJd 1 T B Byrd 1 4 9 1Qj iO
8 Ball Benully emillyCO Co II I 1 600
9 WiKbt Bro Dra sta II 600
10 H N Sweeting Sweelingewee Jew ler r II I 6 00 300 3 00
11 J Diamond DiamondLerc a 1500 15 OO 7 160
12 Tallahaca Racket Co I I 6 3 00
13 Tallahassee City Drug I
Store o Druggfstlt lJrugb st 6 0 3 300 00 00H1
H1 11 J B Whlteheoo Whltehestdc Whltehestdcl5YRWi1son Merchant I I i I 50 50J5
J5 l5YRWi1son Y R 18 900
16 T B Randolph 9 50
17 E W Clark 6 300 00
18 B HAlford II 12 600
111 1PJFHIII J F Hill I I 3 150
20 CAlgero C Algerol I 6 300
1 C Algero I 3 150 1502l
2l Tallahacsee T1ahssecRacketOro AlgeroT1ahssecRacketOro Racket Gm GmCo
cery ceryCo Co iJU = n
23 Levy Brothers I 35 1750
24 H 1 Richardson Co II Vi 9 00 4 50
25 6 Moses t saucer 3 1ojO 1ojOV1
26 Max ax V1 Flatauer Flatauer2VhCColes a ts uer uerN I 1 O
2VhCColes N 10 C Coles II OQ I 00
28 H LG ory I 150 150HLGrego
HLGrego Bestaurant II 5 Jw CJ50
J
00 Joe Elsfnger Merchant I 100
31 w1ll1amq WiIliamstheDrugglst h Dr ggiSt Druggist Drngg a 1 60
32 Dun Wiggins l1erchant 3 150 150tc
LI C S 189 18 900
34 34LCYaege L C Yaeger s n riacs cs e etc tc I 10 5 VO VOi
85 i H D Hartt erc ht aJ1 II 9 4 Ii I
36 John C Trice Theeetc erc an iiii ry I 300 1 fJ i
37 GllmoreDnlsCo Gilmore D ivis Co Merchantll II t 750 I
38 Gilmore Davis DavisCo Co PIstols r16 Ctc I 10 500 I
39 39MhsJdaAl1en Mfta Id Allen MdC ant I I 3 150 150II i so I
40 4OltMnnro R Munro II Ie 1 600
41 The WIlson Grocery Co Merchants Mer II 3 3 1 50
42 The Peope PeopesGrocery s Grocery Merchant MtCuU43TJRobert II J t 150 i so
43 43TJRobert TJ Roberta I 3 1 rJO rJOfraMC
14 < < fraMC Butler ButlerCo Co Merebauts 1 3 iso
45 Standard 011 Co t 150 15046LColUns
40 46LColUns a ii QlIlns Merchant l9Q 150 1
41 Miss Florence enorar n v r I 00 1 o I
48 Miss Adele Gerard GerardMilimer MllUner I 3 150 50
49 The Kemper Livery Bale Baleand J
and Feed oe d Stable StableLivery Livery Stable b1 25 1250 12 50
50 W C Tully 1JtvI 1JtvIi Liy lt8table I II 3S 1750 17 50
i 51 TaIlaba TalIabasee ec W ate a t e r rWorks
Works Co Water e 50 j 5 00
52 Ca CapithlCityLightFueI talCityiighiF i
G as ro o ou Ii 15 00 00I 00DflUSt
53Dr WE IewiB Denwot DflUSt1S4DrRAhlne 1 II 10 00 00M
I 1S4DrRAhlne M Dr R A hlne I i 10 OO J 00 00Southcrn
55 SOuthern Telephone de I
Construction ConstructionCojeiep Co Telephone one I 10 ooi 500 500lS s oo
55 lS 10hn Wycbe nerciinn I a Ol 04 150 1 so
57 DB MillS I I 150 r
58 SSRBLutterloh R B L u tte r 1 0 h I II II 3 00 y 1 150 JU JUI n
59 R RB B Iutterloh I I I 00 t 1 rlO i iI
I ro Jlhn Shepant I 1 i I 3 Y0 1 5n 5nAlfred
I 0 Alfred Golden 1 Ii I 1 JO JOOM
OM 2 uenry a t Mabce f 82 be e I I II i fX1I o 1 oJU oJU8Qulre so n
63 8Qulre uire WIlliams oo 1 50
6 64 VI N KeltIe II a g 150
6 65 > Stephen Maynard Besta oes aura mnt nt u 3 150 1 50
66 The NoIthan Assurance 1 I
Co Urn Insurance 2 ro ro6i
6i J A J i iidS LUTjcr 1000j g 5 CIO CIOOct
Oct 8 I Cain Weeks MetCbant 1 150 150Thaddeus
09 Thaddeus Pillsou Retaumnt U II 5 I 50 50Oct
Oct I 70 O Geo P Rauey aWfer IQ io o 500 500Oct s oo
Oct 2 71 oj Jesse Jesseiohnson Johnson talhon to toOct a S oY JO JOOct
Oct I 72 2 The London Liverpool OOIt
Q Qoct r Globe Fire Insurance 1 II d flO 50Oct
oct 2 7JTheHarIiiisu 7JTheHarIiiisurance 3 The Hartford ire IrulU k
rauce Co II I Co I 50 r
74 4 The TheProv1denceVwlt TheProv1denceVwltlngton ProvideuceW h I Ii
i ugton I Insurance nsumncc Co II I
7 75 The Springfield Fire 111
surance Co I I 1 1 O Onrance
76 The rreC rreCISFi Glen Falls ISFi Fire In Insurauce I
II II
nrance Co 250 250The
77 The TheMnerican American Insurnnc InsuraneCo I
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78 8T p s j p Pcrkin rkim Son ° ers I 2iOO1 i
79 9 The S uthcm < Union UnionNat UnionNat
Nat insurance ro 0 Flrc Insurance u 250
80 The Caledonia Fire In Insuranco c csnrnncc 1
snrnncc Co 00
81 The Greenwich GreenwichFireln Fire In J Jumnce
umnce < Co CoThe 250 51 51The
The Boston on Fire Inrur I I
I ance Co I U 250 51
Oct 4 831 P SmIth e rcb an t n 3 I J 5lI 5lIOct r
Oct 5 81 George Brown II J0 150 1 50
85 The lfanchester fire In Inflllmnce q
flllmnce Co Fire re Insurance T Tstirance 50
86 R W Williams Lawyer 10 0 08iGWRhodes >
8iGWRhodes 87 a w Merchant I 300 3 0 150 1508hJ 1 50
8hJ j C Sp ncr 3 OI 1 ilO ilOA
A T ft u
00 Nelson Larkin ercnt IS 150 150o
91 Duval Jackson JacksonOct H 3 oo 150 150c 50
o Oct c t 8 9 2 W S HopkinR 1 50 50ro
J ro Woodberry Vood1xr Branch Rests arnnt 4 i 5 jJ 50
94 Mac Gill m Mercban I 3 I 1 rill
95 5 Herring COllln CollInsercan Merch n 8 I 1 oo I z 50 50o
00 SA SAJames James MiUer 3 oa 1 I I97
o Oct 9 97 9 J H Patterson Pattersonvterc Iercbnnt an 0 I iiO
fl8WJWilon 8 W J Wlhon II 3 1 50 50o
90 Everett Clack 3 150 150oCt i
o Oct t 10 100 1ij 00 Or A M Manning 3 I t 150 150o so
oCt 3 I a 1 1 50 50c
Oct 101 101 W WD D Ferrell I
o Oct c t 13 l E Bryan Son SQU1OSWHFord a OJ 150 50
1102 1OSWHFord W H Ford 3 150 150o
103
1O4Joh2Railsey 3 3f 151 151C
o Oct C t 1 iS iJ ItHJOluiRaa1Bey l B C Williams I 3 1 50
105 10 loeAHBeli A H Bell I 3 150 150Ir
10 Ir The TheNorwlchunlonFIre TheNorwlchunlonFIreInizumnce NorwIcb Union Fire I Io
Inromnce Society SocietyFire Fire ID8umncc iEuranceOct 200 2001011
I
o Oct t 16 1 1O Thomas H Brown BrownMerchant Merehant 301Ji 150 150OCt
Oct 17 1011 log W D 8sou amIre II J I iJO iJOc
OCt Oct c I 18 100 ilOEdHudson Ed Hudson II I 3 I OUt I 50
110 It
II 3
ill Charles H Paine 00j 150
112 12 Frank Anthony Isaac IsaacLewis I
Lewis ilcrcbants 1 f I 50 50II3JBCOnner
1 113 J B Conner Merchant I 00 oc 150 1 u
II3JBCOnner 114 Fred Overstreet I 00i 1 1Oct
114 ll5DRJohngn j 3 i l 50
Oct In t15DRJohnsn 1j 16 Rebecca Horton t J jtij w I L LOct o
117 J S Flemingtonertuan I JXlj i 0u 150 1 50
Oct 20 li JamesGoldenMercuant JamesGoldenMercuant1j JamcsGolden Merchant i i 3 ow 150 i so
118 1j James Gardner I 3 1 bU bUc
119 II OO c 150 i so
c 22 120 Robertnrown Robert Brown i
120 121 21 Mack Gardner I 1 1 50 50o
1 122 Butler JacksonLes1auran Jackson Restaurant i I 5 i WI 001 so IO IOc
o Oct c t 2i lzj ZI W C Hodlcs rawyer I 10 O 00 S 00 00Oct
124 Geo Holl1day Hollidayercuan Merchant i I m 150
Oct 26 6 Merchants I oo 1 50
1 125 E M TlIlon Co CoMerchants t OO
a 150 150n i so
1 I26BFTIIIonCo 26 B F Tillon Co i 2
a uo 1 50 50I
I7 n H J Richardson Co I am
18 TOneyDavfs Toney Davis Merchant I 100
I 129 29 E1 lrovedo Cigar Fne
tory C garMakers i I 1 500 500o
0 5 J so soc
1 30 l i P Strickland Mer Merhant hnut f
o Oct c t f 131 The PbeDixlnsurance Phenix Insurance Fire Insurance t 50
132 32 Orient Insurance Co Co1j II I 51
133 Insurance Co of North J JI I 2 2A J 50
America A
I 134 34 The Lancashire Insur I I CJ 2 jjO
ance C Co
135 T The Teutonla eu J ii Insurance InsuranceOct29 i mnr 1 J I 1 1Oct O OJ
Oct Oct29 Co Merchant 150 150n
J J V Cully I
137 n W J JolDer Sewing Ma
I Ie I 1000 o o 500 500o s 00
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e the Agent e1uug macL1n 8
138 Sadie PaJie Bland Boarding louse louseOct SO SOc
o Oct c t 31 139 I Allen Courtney 250
10 Abby Sneed Whlakev and wine wineand 00
141 AbbyPneed Abby lneed 1 bIlliard table tableI42JulltisBaIl I 1250
12 I42JulltisBaIl Jnllns Ball Wlt1lkey wine wineNQv 250 00
and beer 500
3 I 150 °
NQv 2 Merchant
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