Newspaper Page Text
BRUNSWICK DAILY NEWS.
PUBLISHED DAILY BY
THE NEWS PUBLISHING CO.
A. H. LEAVY Manager
C. H. LEAVY Editor.
LOUIS J. LEAVY, Jr City Editor.
Advertising rates made known on
application. Cliurclj and other char
itable organization notices published
at half the regular rates.
SUBSCRIPTION RATES. f
Terms to subscribers in the city
and by mail free of charge to all parts
of the United Stales and Cauada,
Mexico, Porto Rico, Guam, Philippine
Islands and Hawaiian Islands:
Per Month $ 50
Six Months 2 50
One Year 5 00
Entered at the Brunswick, Oa,, post-
Oflice, as secoud-elass mail matter.
Hon. Emory Speer has designated
The Brunswick Daily News as the
citicial organ of the United States
Court, in bankruptcy proceedings, for
The N’owh Publishing Company de
sires it to ho distinctly understood
that all legal advertisements must lie
paid for in advance. Wo cannot af
ford to devote our space to such ad
vcrtlsenmnts and wait on the courts
fer the money.
Labor lias just as much right in
form trusts as capital.
The race question has already been
solved ti Brunswick. The two races
get along too.
Admiral Melville has praised Ger
many's navy. Guess lie wanted to
offset Dewey's recent remarks.
Yjjuiik Cribb, thb man who killed
three* jm'^simis at Nichols time
a£o lias religion and says if he is ex
ecuted lie will go right to heaven.
The Montgomery Advertiser’s ed
itor thinks Unit if feeding hens on
onions will flavor I lie eggs, giving
them whiskey and sugar should furn
ish the egg nogg.
The people of this section are rap
idly becoming aware of the fact that
there is money in sloek raising and
within a few years a piece of wes
tern beef will be a curiosity..
In signing a contract for another
American tour l*atti told her niana
ger she would have to cut out New j
Orleans adding "I do not like the town .
a hit." Ne\? Orleans is to he con
T.he Augusta Chronicle lias been
pui < based h.v II II Cabaniss and will
in I'ullire he edited by Tom Loyless;
\S"e understand that sonu* great ini
prowiaents are to he made in the pa
per at ouee.
There is an Indian chief out west by
the name of Talks Too* Mih Il” The
Home Tribune thinks he had better
have it eopyrighted or he may he
mistaken for 'Chief Theodore loos©
velt some day.
___ t i
Those who suggest \V. R. 1 [curst
and Garter Harrison foi lin' presidency
should he reminded that the presi
dents chair is not a high one says
an exchange. No, .1 certainly is not
high at the present time.
“When the Brooklyn Eagle says
that Grover Cleveland would he ihe
platform,' it does not miss the mark
very fur," i-a&s the Columbus En
quirer Sun. More than that, we be
lieve a united democratic party might
he induced to stand on Guo platform
- - anti dam e a clog on iis capacious
South Carolina's child labor law has
gone into effect and no longer in hat
state will tots of tender years and un
formed habits have their vitality and
ambition sapped as slaves of the cot
ton factories. South Carolina has ad
vanced a lone step toward a perfect
civilization, it is regretabie that every
state in the union has not done like
wise, J J.L
NARROW MINDEB PEOPLE.
In every community there is always
to be found a number of narrow min
dod folks and this thriving commun
ity of ours is no exception. But we
are sure that we have more than our
share of these kind of people and to
Say- it is unfortunate is putting it
in a mild form.
These people can see no farther
than two inches in front of them and
some not even that far.. Their per
sonal interest is always in their mind
it matters not whetebor a friend is sac
rificed or not, It is ME first.
They do not know know the mean
ing of the word patriotism, are devoid
of civic pride and spend their time
boring other people with their stories
of the faults of others.
The News, as stated above, knows
that every place is afflicted in the
same way and we must all grin and
bear it. We run up against these
kind of people every day and guess
we will continue to do so as long as
we live hut it is certainly unpleas
and and some time very exaspera
ting. We strike the narrow minded,
would lie politicians more often than
any oilier kind and they are gener
ally the worst kind. They think that
all people should share their foolish
sentiments, should agree with them
in their silly arguments and should
imt for a minute disagree in any par
The News has been independant
since hs very first issue and hopes
to remain so. We are not trying to
cultivate these kind of people and we
hope others will treat them the same
TURNING TU GROVER.
There is no keepiug down the talk
for Cleveland anil just where it will
,ml we an- unable to say hut one thing
seems certain- if Cleveland wants to
lie nominated by the democrats he can
have his wish gratified and lu- can he
Ever since hlk speech at St. Louis
u lew days ago ho lias been ihe most
talked of man 1 in America and if the
thing continues he will h#c to accede
to the wishes of the majority of the
democrats and cum- out for the nom
His reception in St. Louis was only
the licginning. The people are Hock
ing to the only man who can win
and we hope they will continue to
Give us four more years of Grover.
MANY NEW ENTERPRISES.
During Ihe pnsl few months we
have seen many new enterprises in
this city and Heel ion and llu-y are still
coining at a rapid rate.
Tin- record for ehurleis during the
lasi six months of last year and up to
tho present tins never been equalled
| in this county aud (lie best part of it
is that mosl of Hie corporations are
now engaged in business.
Il has not been a case of on paper
only but .juse Ilie opposite. It Ibis
is not an indication ot what wo are
coming lo we would like U> know what
is. Ii will he renioinbored that some
time ago a charter was granted to a
party ol gentlemen for a ship building
concern and now we learn Horn a re
lidhle souiee that this company is
shortly lo make a move and in tho
right dlrecliun too.
Everything Is looking up, we are
going to have a great city and the
time is not far distant.
For a long lime the News lias been
endeavoring to have council enforce
Ihe poliee law which says that ihe
members ol ihe force should he prop
eiiy uniformed but so far we have eer
iainly been unsuccessful as is daily
atiesied by the appearance of some
of the men. We arc aware ol the
lact that this department of Ihe city
has been somewhat torn up lately hut
all that trouble is over now and we
would be delighted to see the mem
bers of our force in the proper poliee
It there are vacancies the council
should fill them at once and then af
ter tiie force gels in shape strictly
enfore the regulations.
Brunswick is a city and not a vil
lage of ununiformed policemen.
The circulation of the News hns in
- --mu nt a wonderful rate lately
ami -s continuing a* live rapid pace.
This ot course benefits us aud also the
advertisers who use these columns,
. Comfort \ ilPfPf
Metal Ports Rust Proof. ' / 0
Positively Guaranteed if J ftX / \| /J* j
’“President” is on jMf J
Everywhere 50 cts., Mr ! /Ml f
or by mail postpaid. #*;;■ ] /af/ /
Light or (burlt, wide or narrow. * A, - : f j \l
C. A. EDGARTON MFG. CO.) T' I
Box 476, Shirley, Mass. Vv .'-/ -' * ;T “I
' ■ r ~~ • \
" —T-ffrrrw tiwi A faiWij ii
To Grow ffeW Hair
and Hair Tonic is
the "Best etdare of Imitations I
<§ FOR EASY SHAVING %\
Boats nnyHimp,Ko lmndy. Tucollaprdblv)
tubes. If yoor harbor or druggist does |
not konpf’okn Shaving Foam patid Vw to I
A. k. Bremer Cos., Chlcejrj, for rotfular tul>o. I
Kor Rale by W J BUTTS, Druggist
PETITION FOR CHARTER.
Georgia, (llystn County:
To Ihe Superior Court of said Coun
The petition of Joel A. Greene, J. A.
Montgomery, G. T. Calnan, .las. Savago
annd J. D. White respectfully prays:
1. That they, their associates. 1 suc
cessors and assigns may he made a
body corporate and /Chartered under
the corporate name of South Georgia
Brick and Supply Company.
2. That such in corporation may
be for the term of twenty (20) years
front its date, with me privilege of
renewal of such charter upon its expi
3. That the capital stock of said
Company shall he Ten Thousand Ikil
tars ($10,o00.0U) divided into shares
of the par value of One Hundred Dol
lars ($100.00) each anil that srtid capi
tal stock may he increased at any time
that said Company may desire to a
sunt not. exceeding Twenty-five Thou
sand Dollars ($25,000.00).
I. Petitioners show that the o ject
of said incorporation is intended to
he pecuniary gain and profit to its
stockholders and to that end they
pray that said company may have full
power and authority to manufacture,
buy and sell, (either or all) bricks and
elay products generrlly, to manufai i
ure, buy and sell and deal in cither
for - itself or upon commission as
agents for others, building materials,
builders supplies, merchandise of any
and every kind, coal, iron, sieel and
their products, whether manufactured
or raw material, timber lumber, nav
al stores, cotton and their respective
products handle and mspense of for
hire for others when desired, goods,
wares hnd merchandise, and the same
to receive upon storage as warehouse
men and to issue receipts for the
same when received and act con
cerning the same as factors and
agents for hire for the consig
nees I hereof, acquire, hold, lease,
purchase and use such lands and
personST property as may bo nec
essary or desirable ill anil ulx-ut
the conduct of its business or
to lease such property, and to pur
chase. sell, mortgage, encumber or
lease such property, to borrow money
and secure its payment by liens upon
or salt- of its property.
5. That said Company have power
to elect and appoint such officers, as
may lie desired, tor the proper and
profitable conduct of its business, that
it may sue and ho sued in its, corpor
ate name, have and use a corporate
seal, make all necessary by-laws ami
regulations for the conduct of Us busi
ness and generally enjoy and exercise
all rights, powers and privileges us
ual and incident to business corpora
lions under the laws of said state.
(>. That the principal office and
place of business of said Company
shall he in said state and county with
tiie privilege of establishing otlices
and agents and,doing business in such
other counties and places in said
state and elsewhere as may front Uni
te time hi- desired by said corpora
1. Wherefore Pete toners pray tha
ibis application may tie granted ami
’key. their assiciates, suei ossors an I
assigns made a body corporate and
chartered under the name and style
...eresaid vvitn the rights,' powers and
piiv-leges by this petition prayed fe
and subject only to such limitations
*.nd liabilities as are now proscribed
by the laws of saiiW state.
CROVATT & WHITFIELD,
I do certify that the foregoing is a
true copy of the original petition for
incorporation of■ South Georgia Brick
and Supply Company filed in mv of
ce today. This April isth. 1903
A. O. TOWNSEND,
Dep. C, S. C.
Glynn Cos.. On
For the Best in Printing- -Try tim
News Job Office, *
THE BRUNSWICK t 3A!LY NEWS.
It you warj a position, a house, st
servant,ffr want to find anything
tnat haa eeen lost, or want some
thing that someone else has, ad
vertise in this column.
WANTED—Iron safe, medium size.
Apply to Dexter Hunter.
FOR RENT —Stores, oCices and
dwellings. Apply to Brobston, Fendig
FOR RENT. —Desk room on ground-!
floor. Good, location. Address F.,
FOR RENT—An eight room house
Apply to Mrs. Colesberry, 121 north
FOR SALE —Geraniums, Legonias.
and potted plants, (i25 II St. Mrs.
W. E. Dempster
FOR RENT.—7-room two story
house, 100 1 Union St. $12.50 inelud
ing water per month. 3-t
LOST—GoId fraternity pin. five
wall to Gloucester, up Lee. Liberal
reward at News office.
FOR SALE—blubber stamps, seals,
stlnceis, etc. Agent Underwood Type
writer. Will B. Fain, 312 Newcastle
Irtreet * " '-v ;. -fl
FOR SAI .id—A desirable farm, con
taining 25 acres, improved; a short
distance from the city. Enquire at
Tiie News office.
STORAGE—The Southern Produce
Cos. offers space for storage or *mr
ohtinvU&e 01* household goods at reiLm
able rates. ’Phone 19. 215 Gr:m“st.
PERSON AT, Morphine, opium,
laudanum, cocaine habit Myself
cured. Will inform you of harmless,
permanent home cure. Mrs. M. A.
Baldwin. Box 1212, Chicago.
FOR RENT —for the season: four
room cottage on St. Simon, partly
furnished with wide hall, all lathen
and plastered; kitchen, store room,
and servant’s room attached. Choicest
location on tile beach. Apply to Win.
LOST. —Gold stick pin with a clus
ter of pearls made in the shape of a
hunch of grapes. Was lost either at
tho newspaper carnival Thursday
night or some where in that vicinity.
Reward will lie paid for return of
same to W. J. Butts, the druggist.
m.QQ A WEEK AT HOME.
No Canvassing. Nothing to Sell.
Wt* want intelligent jhthoiih to write lei tens
nt home sp;iVe momc'iits. #1 o a week easil.v
e.tuieil. We furnish jiajuM* free ami pa> s.*b
per 1 otul cash weekl.x !• >r single pa*rr let tern.
Semi self addressed stamped envelope for sam
ple letter and instructions to the'
Veritas Typewriter Company,
34 PA RH ROW. NEW YORK.
A Sure Thing.
It is said that nothing is sure ex
copt death and taxes, hut that is not
altogether true. Dr. King's New Dis
covery for consumption is a sure cure
or ail lung and throat troubles. Thou
sands can testify to that. Mrs. C. B.
Van Metre of Shepheriltowii. W. Vt*.
ays: Iliad r severe case of bronchi
ti 4id for a year tried everything i
heatVof, Imt gut no relief. One bottle
l' Dr. King's Now Discovery then cured
no absolutely. It's infalible for Croup,
Whooping Cough, Grip, Pneumonia
and Consumption. Try it. it's guar
anteed by all druggists Trial bot
tles free. Regular sizes 50c. and
A Sure Thing.
II is said that nothing is sure ex
cept death and taxes, but th.it is not
altogether true. Dr. King’s Now Dis
covery for consumption is a sure i-tire
for all lung and throat troubles.
Thousands can testify to that. Mrs.
C B. VanMetre of Shephcrdtovvii, W.
Y;i.. says: “I hail a sevoro case of
tlronchilis. and for a year I tried ev
erything 1 heard of. hut got no re
lief. One bottle of Dr. King's New
Discovery then cured mo absolutely.
It's infallible for croup, whooping
cough, grip pneumonia, and consump
tion. Try it. It's guaranteed. Sold
bv all druggists.. Trial hotfTes free.
Reg sizes 50c. and SI.OO
A Startling Test.
To save a life. Dr. T. G. Merritt, of
No. Mehoopany, Pa., made a start
ling tost resulting in a wonderful euro,
lie writes: "a patient was attacked
with violent hemorrhages, caused by
ulceration of the stomach. I had of
ten found electric Bitters excellent
fur acute stomach and liver troubles
so I prescribed them. The patient
gained from the first, and has not had
any attack in 14 months.” Electric
Bitters are positively guaranteed for
dyspepsia, indigestion, constipation,
and kidney troubles. Try them. Only
FO cents, at all druggists.
Whet) 'n distress ftnatfcially call on
Joel Brrs., Reliable Pawn 3rokers. We
will aesint you. .
Hot, the Armitda FoitKhf.
The Spanish officers behaved with
the desperate heroism which became
the countrymen of Cortes and Santa
Cruz, and never did Spanish soldier or
seaman distinguish himself more than
on this tremendous day. There was no
flinching, though the blood was seen
streaming out of Jhe scuppers. Priests
weut up and down under the hottest
Are, crucifix in hand, confessing aud
absolving the dying.
But the engagement from the first
preserved the same character which
had been seen In those which had pre
ceded it. The Spaniards’ courage was
useless to them. Their ships could not
turn or sail, their guns were crushed
by the superior strength of the English
artillery, they were outmatched in
practical skill, and, close as the ships
were to one another, they could not
once succeed in fixing a grappling in/.
in an English rigging. Thus, while
their own losses were terrible, they
could infiiet hut little in return. They
bad endured for five hours to be torn
to pieces- by cannon shot, and tiiat was
111. —Spanish Story of the Armada.
Tho sweat shop method js strictly
avoided at, Jim Carter’s clothes clean
ng establishment. Everyth! ig is well
ventilated and lighted and pure cheru
cals are used.
$ THE OGLETHORPE,
HUGH PORTER, Mgr.
if Brunswick’s Only First:
| Class Hotel,
s; Reasonable Rates to
£ Excellent Cuisine. Perfect Service. '
£ PHILLIPS the TAILOR ;
i Opera House Block, l
If Has a large and selected stock of ,<
)new goods, for the coming season, ‘
J- best of worP and perfect fit guai'<
i anteed. S
f Pants made to order for $4.00. }
jf Suits made to order for $15.00.
I If you want a Sweii;
c Suit give me a
if call. <
T. B. Burns,
210 Richmond st
Have tried all others, send for a
FREE package of It'u* Dr Lyon li-uv--
Treatment for CATARRH, Blood,
nervfe ami Stomach. I)r. Lvon- Mali
cine Cos., Coldvvatcr, Mich.
“Dorothy Dodd” shoes are tho very
latest for women I have them. J.
A. Smith, Newcastle street.
A Farmer Straightened Out.
A man living on a farm near hero
came in a short time ago complete
ly doubled up wilh rheumatism. !
handed him a bottle of Chamberlain's
Pain Balm and told him to use it
freely and if not satisfied after using
it he need not pay a cent for it,” says
C. P. Rader, of Pattens Mills. N. Y.
“A few days ho walked into the st ir
as straight as a string and handed me
a.dollar saying, ‘give me another bot
tle of Chamberlain’s Pair. Palm. I
want it in the house all the time for
it cured me.” For sale by all drug
Relief for the Suffering.
Hancock's Liquid Sulphur will give
you imediate relief and permanently
cure all such diseases as eczema, pim
ples, tetter, herpes, rinkworm, salt
rheum, dandruff, diphtheria, sore
throat , cuts, burns, open sores and all
blood and skin troubles. Hundreds of
cases of skin diseases have been per
manently cured by the use of Han
cock's Liquid Sulphur after all other
remedies have failed. For sale by
Recent experiments by practical
tost* and examination with the aid
of the X-Rays, establish it as a fact
fihat Catarrh of the stomach is not a
disease of itself, but that it results
from repeated attacks of indigestion.
“How can 1 cure my indigestion? ’
Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is curing thous
ands. U will cure you of indigestion
and dyspepsia, and prevent or euro
catarrh of the stomach. Kodol di
gests what you cat- makes the stom
ach sweet. Sold hy Joerger'-' Phar
macy-, Smith's Pharmacy -and W. J.
I will he at the following places
n the following days to receiv; state
and county tax returns fer the rear
Pyles Crossing. April 4th and 23d.
St. Simon's Mills, April 10th and
sth. May 22nd.
Sterling, April 11th, May 2nd and
Jamaica, April luth and 24th. May
Brunswick, April 16th, 17th, ISth
May 7th, Bth, Pth and 28th, 30th.
JC*T': n T'pT' T, ''"y
Receiver Tax Returns for Glynn Coun
Full y nine-tenths of the ills of mankind can be
x ev /CL- L traced to irregularities of the stomach and bow-
Health els- When these important organs fail to act
regularly the system becomes clogged with
I impurities, and perfect health is impossible. Mozley’s
Lemon Elixir is a pleasant lemon drink which acts gently
fj and thoroughly cleanses the system. It is the perfect liquid
ffl laxative,_and is good for every member of the r?lo\ j'c
M family, fifty cents a bottle at all drug-stores. OZ,Ley A
Mozley’s Lem.cn Hot Drops are without any equal f pnjftn
8 for coughs, colds, bronchitis, sore throat, etc. x-xslllt/ll
BAY IRON WORKS
Manufacturers and Repairers of
Machinery, Engines, Saw Miiis
Marine work a specialty _
Estimates Furnished Free of Charge. "
629 Bay St, :
W. R. DART, CLAUD DART, <
-'resident and Manager. Secretary and Treasurer.
U Downing, President. E. N. Mason, Vice-President. E.D.Wahser, Cashier,
The National Bank of Brunswick.
CAPITAL of one hundred an and fifty thousand dollars
and total RESOURCES in excess of ONE-HALF MILLION DOLLARS,
are devoted to the assistance of legit ituate business enterprises.
DEPOSIT ACCOUNTS Invited from individuals, firms and corpora
SAVINGS DEPARTMENT accounts bear interest, compounded ouan
terly. Interest bearing cerificates of deposit issued on special terms.
MONEY ORDERS of the “BANKERS’ MONEY ORDER ASSQCIA
ION” are cheaper and more convenient than postoffloe or express.
STAPLE AND FANCY
Everything that’s good to
eat at lowest market prices
Cor E and J Sts, ’Phone 94.
JOHNiMt j? Sulv!anage??^jp^
Phone 257-2.\ 307 Newcastle St.
Bicycles, Guns, Pistols
and Sewing Machines.
REPAIRED ON SHORT NOTICE.
For Cleaning and Dyeing Summer
Clothes no one is better prepared
than Jin: Carter. Ring Phone 253
or send to sul Monk St.
CONEY <st KAt^KER.
Digests what you "7t-
The most, miserable beings in the
world are those suffering from dys
pepsia and liver complaint. More
1 ban seventy-five per cent, of the peo
ple ot' the United States are afflicted
with these two diseases and their ef
ets: such as Sour Stomach, Sick
headache, habitual costiveuess, pal
pitation of the heart, heart burn,
waterbrash, gnawing and burning
pains at the pit of the stomach, yel
low skin, coated tongue and disagree
able taste itt the mouth, coming up
of food after eating, low spirits, etc.
Go to your druggist and get a bottle
of August Flower for 25 or 75 cents.
Two doses will relieve you. Try it.
Headquarters for Groceries.
Attention is called to the ad. of
A. Zelmeiiovitz, the well known gro
cer, which appears elsewhere in this
issue. Zelliienovitz can save you
“One Dose Convinces.”
Mosleys Lemon Elixer acts gently
n the bowels without any unpleasant
ffect. It is a perfect liquid laxative.
50 cents per bottle at all drug stores.
If you want your bicycle repaired
righ* bring it to am experienced work
man. B. J Olewine, 605 Gloucester
Desirable Property tor Rent.
Seven room house, with bath, conve
nient location. Possess.c:, given j m .
mediately, i.5,00 per mouth.
Two-story residence, 1 1-2 blocks
from Oglethorpe hotel, $20,00 per
Ones tory residence near business
center, SIO,OO per month.
Good business locations fot. .rent.
Farms for rent
J. A. MONTGOMERY & CO,
THE DOWNING COMPANY FOR
Sound Kidneys—Perfect Health.
The use of Smith's Sure Kidney
Cure will pi.oduca both. Try a uottle
and be convinced. Yaur druggist sells
it for 50c.
For “rtorethy Dodd" shoes, the Ist
e*t tor women, see J. A. Suuin, New
castle street. j
MAY 7, ISO3.
Reliable dyeing can only be done
by experienced dyers. Jim Carter can
give you satisfaction. Phone 233-2,
504 Monk street.
Oak and Pine
B H, OAMIELS, Phone 326
DEVARIS & LIVADAS,
r*j r wF ' -a,
’ Phone 141-3.
CLEANING and PRESSING
Ring phone 253-4 and let t
clean and press your ciothes
Ho does good work and will give you
508 Monk SL
A Good Thing.
German Syrup is the special pre
scription of Dr. A. Boscheo, a cele
brated German ph.ysieiku, and is ac
knowledged to be one of the most for
tunate discoveries in medicine, ft
quickly cures coughs, colds, and all
ting troubles of the serious nature,
removing, as it does, the cause of the
affection and leaving the parts in a
strong and healthy condition. It is
not an experimental medicine, hut
has stood the test for years, giving
its satisfaction in every case, which
its rapidity increasing sale every
season confirms. Two million bottles
’ old annually. Boschee’s German
Syrup was introduced in the United
States in IS6B, and is now sold in ev
ery town and village in the civilized
world. Three doses will relieve any
ordinary cough. Pr~x 25 and 75 Cts.
Miss Slater has something else new.
The New Bishop Collar, in linen,
stamped in different designs.
Cleaning, Pressing and Dyeing
The one good place in town to have
cleaning, pressing and dyeing p.operly
is at. Jim Carter's. Only the finest
of chemicals aud reliable methods ate
used. Send to 504 MunK street or ring
Old Monopole Rye tit SI.OO per full
quart, Yellow Label nyo at $1.25 per
quart, Philadelphia Club Rye at SI.OO
per full quart. AH above are sold
elsewhere for $1.50. Sig Levison, 310
By a Persistetnt Cough, But Perma
nently Cured By Chamberlain’s
Mr. H. P. Burbage, a student in
law. in Greenville, S. C.,had been
troubled for four or five years with a
continuous cough which he says,
"greatly alarmed me. causing me to
fear that I was in the first stage of
consumption.” Mr. Burbage having
seen Chamberlain's Cough Remedy ad
vert i;od, concluded to try it. Now
read what he says of it: “1 soon felt
a remarkable change, and after using
two bottles of the twenty-five cent
size. I was permanently cured.” Sold
by all druggists.
I handle the celebrated Anheuser
Bush Premium Pale Export Beer,
which I will deliver to any address
it: t';v *I.OO per 5023a. Ti.oza
130, big LeViSufl-