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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 29 January 1909

The Kennewick Courier VOL. VII. NO. 41 If COMPANY FORMED <1000 IN STOCK SUBSCRIBED. TRUSTEES ELECTED formation of the Konnewick Y-ir f ement Co., a corporation to a <lo(' k at the lA'dlx'ttcr land jag on the Columbia, was complet gg at a meeting lield in tho Com- Wcial Club room Tuesday evening, jftecommittee which had l>een can basing for the subscriptions of stock sported signatures for something ove r 56600 of stock, toward the tot al of $10,000 which is desired. The mbscriptions are made on the basis jf no more than 10 i>er cent Ix-ing L c d for in any one month nor nwre than 50 per cent in a year, jlie Kennewick Transfer Co., the first National Bank, the Inter national Bank, J. J. Rudkin, H. A. Howe and H. M. Ashbaugh & Co., with $500 each and about twice number with 6250 each, were r fee larger subscribers. The stock holders proceeded t<) the election of seven directors and the following fat chosen by ballot: i. S. Rudkin •4. E. Johnson, (>. F. Richardson...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 29 January 1909

15 Acres at Kennewicß I T BEATS I I - J Any Job in the World j f Mildest Winters, Ju3t the Place I | for retired farmer, merchant or I 1 a family of small means. *£ auw, FOR SALE ONLY BY 0. W.RICH CO. : II ACRES, raw, just right for dairy ranch, t at $85.00 per A. ; I 21 ACRES, alright for everything at $1 50 I : per A. f AMES, highly improved, inside the city 1 at $1200 per A. HASHES, improved, out 2 mi. 380 per A | ; 111 ASHES, of Coffin Bros. Island View 1 alfalfa and peach ranch, divided i in 5 and 10 acres to suit, on 250 to $500 cash, balance in f ten years. Price 275 per A. i Free illustrated Price Lift and Booklet J* < r Omar W. Rich Inv. Co. Kennewick, Wash. Don't Borrow your Neighbor's Paper- Subscribe for the "Courier" You Need it PnmnmnnnnrrirTiiHinifflnfAifsTfHTfßra^ Our January Muslin Underwear and Embroidery Sale i " Friday and Saturday, January 29th and 30th ™ When you see our beautiful stock of New Spring Embroideries and Muslin Underwear you will heart - ily agr...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 29 January 1909

M ODD FELLOW BLOCK! L,OOO STRUCTURE TO ADORN i T PRINCIPAL STREET The Kennewick Odd Fellows will | irec t a business block with magni-1 icient lodge room find commodious j lUirtera on the second and third loort, this coming se.\son. This (T gaQizatian will be the first to pro r ide themselves with a permanent liooie and the order is to be con- j frat&lated on its prosperity. The j I,wilding committee baa selected the : feL next to Tail's store on the !ath side of Second street as the ocation and have agreed on terms ,f purchase with the owner, Otto Uansen. The consideration is Mm 50. The plans are now being prepared by Architect Swingle and he estimate is that the total e*- jenditure including the real estate ivill.amount to about $25,000. The committee hare a party in who will lease the lower floor ■or a term of years for a storeroom rhile the upper floor will have jie large lodge room with a twenty loot ceiling while in the rear there irillbe second and third story rooms with ...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 29 January 1909

ATTENTION! Look out for Spring and Summer Clothes. Our two lines - = The Kuppenheimer and the Schwab We will also have a swell line of the most popular and swellest "CURLEE TROUSERS" These are full peg, cuff bottoms and are the snappiest out. Watch for other announcements. SHANAFELT & SONS Head to Foot Clothiers I Watch This | SPACE FOR OUR ANNOUNCEMENT | vi 1 j '! !/Vlorain & Hawes j >h one 112 Kennevvick, Washington | i i -■ 1 i SOW GOOD SEEDS j *1 am sending yon two views of my exhibit at the Lewiston-Clark ' ston Fair •which took first prize. 1 lope yoa have read some of the nice things "atd about the display. \. r e took first on Garden Truck. No • . <|oubfc Mr. Newton, Secretary, has 60 notified you. I made a special of a an Ben exhibit. I can safely sny that it takes a lot of my time since the fair showing the many that come how I have my acre planned. I your card on my exhibit, showing that the seeds camo from you. Tours truly, J. W. LIPE, Clarkston, Washington...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 29 January 1909

| FOR SALE 2000 SACKS SEED POTATOES MOUNTAIN GROWN ALFALFA SEED BY THE OUNCE OR TON Hamilton Supply Co. 1 he home of the Early White Star THE VALLEY"! ;j BARK v Livery and Transfer \ | Baggage and Express | | Enclosed Bus to Meet all S. P. and S. Trains and all Boats. I I For Prompt Service call up 142 Dependable Varieties Naturally you want the best— inly those sorts that will yield the greatest return on your orchard investment. Are you planting Stark Trees? You should, because "Stark Trees Bear Fruit" —the kind of fruit that bring* the highest prices on all markets. For 83 rears Stark Trees have been the standard ov which nursery stock is measured. Stark arieties are always the best and most up to-date varieties. Every tree is grown on j scientific principles by the largest nursery j in the world (capital $1,000,000) and i every tree has our reputation behind it. I Western Varieties This year we are especiall> strong on the varieties popular with western orchardists such as ap...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 29 January 1909

PROFESSIONAL CARDS j I. N. Mueller Funeral Director Hmbalmer Embalmeiis License No. 113 Calls Answered Night or Day ECiIUUL.TO Store Phone 302 C. V. Delepine Physician and Surgeon Office in Reed Building Phones Office 782 Residence 783 C. O. ANDERSON Lawyer, Office In New Hank Building J. W. CALLICOTTE, . Attorney At Law . Prosecuting Attorney, Renton Count} Twenty Years Practice. K<>oin 8 T;<y K»r l>lk, Prosper, Wash HUMPHREY & COLE Lawyers Ollice in the Gallery Building KENNEWICK, WASH. C STASER Attorney at Law Insura uce Kenuevvick, Wash. Offices in C. O. Anderson's old stand ERNEST L. KOLB Attorney and Counsellor at Law Office up-stairs in Amon Building Keuuewick, Wash. Practise in All Courts Dr. J. B. SCHLUND Dentist OlFi ~e in King Bidg. Phone 532. KENNKWICK, WASH. F. M. CROSBY, M.D..C.M. Physician and Surgeon Disease* of Women ami CliiMree a Specialty Office tn Kueil liuilding. Phone «».■ L'r. f. H, w i_ PHYSICIAN A SIIKGI ON Oflice over the Columbia Pharmacy ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 29 January 1909

WATCH FOBS fcey Chains. Match Boxes, Cigr jet Caaee, Seal Rings, gold and sil nr Pencils, and a great assortment of things suitable for men. Also nothing new and desirable in the handsome jewelry Fine repair work on the most de!- jdtepieces of Jewelry, Watches,etc. L. R. Whitelock JEWELER lieoewlck. ... Washington THE LOCAL FIELD Friday, January, 29 1909 The Crab Creek coal burns. Main IK. T. R Slusher has gone to Spokane on land business. Wa > ed—ro buy a light farm wag on for canh. Hotel Kennewlck. Mr. and Mrs. A. T. l)eats went to Walla Walla Monday evening when Mrs. Deals will receive medical treat sent. A good woman cook wanted. Best of wages. Inquire of The Courier. For Rent—Steam-lieated office rooms. First International Bank. C. W. Gamble, the assistant man ager of the St. Paul & Tacoiua Lum ber Co. was iu town Tuesday on business for the company. Team cheap, weight about 2400; six and seven years. Call at Courier Office. Attorney C. L. Holcomb was in Davenport last w...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 29 January 1909

House Leads Senate In dum ber of Bills Introduced This Session. ONLY TWO BILLS PASSED Work of Com mil toes Thus Far Are Largely Preliminary — Proposals Made to Abolish Hoard of Control «nd Grain Board*—House Commit tee on Public Morals Beports Anti tiaioou League Local Option Bill. "Woman Suffragists Active. Olympia, .Tan. 2 s.—Two weeks have been consumed by the legisla ture iu rolling up its sleeves and get* tins ready for work. So far the principal work has been in the organization of the two houses, the introduction of bills and election of a United States senator. Although the house was a day or two behind the senate in accepting its first bill it has caught up with the senate in point of numbers and left the upper body behind. The house file shows 21 bills, while the senate contains but 9i>. Rut two bills have passed both houses that can be considered of im portance. One is the legislative ap propriation bill, which provides for an expenditure of $85,000 for sal aries and e...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 5 February 1909

VOL. VII. NO. 42 tIONA TO (BE 1 UMBEL FARM tt ENTIRE TRACT OF 240 ACRES WILL FIRST BE MADE LEVEL Operations have started on the nodol farm, four miles north of [Aona, on the Spokane branch of ;he North Coast railroad, Kelso & [awry have taken a contract to evel it and put' it into shape for orchaids and field crops. They took their outfits to the fieids last Friday morning. This land was formerly owned by th»vowners of the Iviona irrigation canal, but was sold last year to a Seattle and North Yakima syndicate Fechter & Rudkin, of North Yaki ma, retaining the management. One-half of the entire 240 acres Uto be made ready for a spring crop. ' The whole is to be devoted to diversified farming, fruit growing and stock raising. The ideal is high and capital will be supplied to reach i. It will be after the model of an eastern far.n or a government ex periment station, but will contain certain features absent in both. MRTH COAST LETS CONTRACT FOR COLUMBIA BRID6E Contract for the c...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 5 February 1909

15 Acres at KennewicK I a | BEATS I I j&sasz£ g H A T ] * «] W/ 'J I SI I Any Job m the Worid | |? Sijfeu2££Z~Lr . Z3b2i££\ilL *.'%£ £?£>Zl Mildeft Winters, fust the Place I r r for retired farmer, merchant or i | a family of small means. S> \ f mhos cnq MiCtKivriVn W Plfill fill I 2 onflroj * y£j ufcu- jl'.jJ 'I Uj ?f« lilbii U"Ji ]| 00 AORiSi raw > right for dairy ranch, I at $85.00 per A. § J 28 ACHES, alright for everything at $1 50 || I per A. | § A3RES, highly improved, inside the city f| at $1 200 per A. 10 improved, out 2 mi. 380 per A | 10J * CO* ° Colim Bros. Island View I alfalfa and peach ranch, divided in 5 an J 1 0 acres to suit, cn | 1 250 to £500 cash, balance in § ten years. Price 275 per A. | fl Free Illustrated Price List and Booklet. 3 | Omar W. Rich In v. Co. I | Ken newick» w GSil. Don't Borrow your Neighbor's Paper- Subscribe for the "Courier" You Heed it. □□□□□□□□□□□□□□□□□□eniinsiiiiiiiiAitgigsnEatciioinnnnnnDnnnnannnnm P Q □ ... □ Q Vou ban iiii...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 5 February 1909

FOR SALE 2000 SACKS SEED POTATOES MOUNTAIN GROWN ALFALFA SEED BY THE OUNCE OR TON Hamilton Supply Co. The home of the Early White Star THE VALLEY BAKX Livery and Transfer Baggage and Express Enclosed Bus to Meet all S. P. and S. Trains and all Boats. For Prompt Service call up 142 JANUARY WEATHER. The following is the daily record: DATE MAX. MIX. SNOW TEMP. TEMP. FALL 1 39 28 3-1 25 3 38 27 4 40 26 r» 27 9 From H 24 8 6-16 about 7 23 1 1 ft. X 22 0 » 10 -20 1(1 10 -18 11 2 -8 12 -2 -21 13 30 -4 .66 14 4 -15 15 17 15 16 21 4 17 41 21 18 53 34 19 54 33 20 55 42 21 57 36 .33 22 46 30 1:3 45 30 24 44' 30 25 43 27 26 42 25 27 42 24 28 40 25 29 40 26 30 36 25 31 35 25 Delicious again tops the market The Hood River (Oregon) Apple Growers Union made this sale on October 11, 1906 DELICIOUS $2.50 per box Ben Davis 1.00 Baldwin 1.50 Akin 1.50 *• " Jonathan 1.50 " " This Delicious is the famous Stara Delicious, without which no or chardist is prepared to meet the de mands of present-day buyers....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 5 February 1909

PROFESSIONAL CARDS ! I. N. Mueller Funeral Director Kmbalmer Embalmers License No. 113 Calls Answered Night or Day Store Phone 302 C. V. Delepine Physician and Surgeon Office in Reed Building Phones Office 782 Residence 783 C. O. ANDERSON Lawyer, Office In New Hank Building J. W. CALLICOTTE, . Attorney At Law . Prosecuting Attorney, Beuton count) Twenty Years Practice. R<m>iii 3 Taylor blk, Proper, Wash - HUMPHREY & COLE Lawyers Office in the Gallery Building KENNEWICK, WASH. C STASER Attorney at Law Insurance Kennewick, Wash. Offices in C. O. Anderson's old stand ERNEST L KOLB Attorney aud Counsellor at Law Office up-stairs in Amon Building Keunewick, Wash. Practise in All Courts Dr. J. B. SCHLUND* Dentist Office in King Bldg Phone 532. KENNEWICK, WASH. F. M. CROSBY, M.D..C.M. Physician and Surgeon Disease* of Women and ChiMren a Specialty Office lu Bauk Building. Phone 5 3 Dr. F. H. COONE PHYSICIAN & SURGEON Office over the Columbia Pharmacy Thone 282 House Phone 453...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 5 February 1909

FOBS Key Chains. Match Boxes, ("ga it Cases, Seal King-, gold and toil er Pencils. and ti assortinei t ErliaigssuitaW'i '" r nun. Also Scything new and desirable in the i way of handsome jewelry Fine repair v. Ik on the moat del- E'e pieces of .Jewelry, \\ ntchcs,etc. , R. White lock JEWELER newick. - - - Washington PLOCAL FIELD fcriday, February, 5 1909 Wanted—to buy a light farm wag-1 u for cash. Hob 1 Kennewick. Good table board, £•> aO per week ! itae Hotel Leard. y ( >r Rent—Steam-heated office; iPna* First International Bank. Lawyer Noland was a Kennewick isitor Tuesday, Team cheap, weight abnut 2401); six ' seven years Call at Courier | Ja*. A. Rase is on a busiir ss trip oPorthiud and other Oregon points j For Sale—WOO pound team, and arness at a bargain. Address the! lentld, Pasco. Mi*. Win. Stiegler is building a ! irp' two stjry addition to her idgiug house on V akinia str«el. For Sid —210 smudge pots at 10c acii. cost new 21c each. II.L. Strotii mn. Kennewick. Wn. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 5 February 1909

I I. I , r A-V'INQ severed my connec- Htions with the Kennewick Trading Company, and re j | !11 | sumed business with W. J I Jjj I A. Moraiu i n Fuller's old JLJ Li i *tand, I wiirh to thank my many friends for th*ir patronage in the past and kind wishe® for future b*sin«»a and assure you no effort will be spared to please one and all. IJOur dealings with our customers will stand the closest inspection and severest test. €J Come in and try us and bear in mind that— "Morain & Hawes" is the trade mark for old fashioned konesty and Abe Lincoln justice. 1 ty ii V " smKßsmmmmmmsss?' 1 1 r 111 ■■ - 1 1 1 SOW GOOD SEEDS "I am sending ycu Vffo YiaWS of iuyKs-uitiS ai ta<? Lpt;?': ston Fair which tock first priao, Ilope you have rc-J things said about tb« display. Y.'a took Czzt cm C : ioubt Mr. NowtOr, Secretary, baa so notified yon. 1 . *ji *cid exhibit. I «au taftly «uy thai it tr-kes a lot <yi ti* his ahowisg the many that come how I hr.ve my u-. had jryur ca;d ob lay exhibit, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 12 February 1909

The Kennewick Courier VOL. VII. NO. 43 Fill SPIII DREED It COMMERCIAL GLOB ."TEHIIEWICK DAY AT THE FAIR" •' "THE LIBRARY" ■ The Commercial Club Tuesday ■.veiling resolved to take energetic leti<>» to secure a mill spur leading Sjw7ie site on which Mr. Henley Shy associates have taken an option, Ec Dwire tract in the west part of ■own. The understanding is that ■f a spur is secured the company iriil erect a mill. They agree to a feed mill in operation witli- JioO days after the spur is secured m d will at once begin work on the jement block building for the flour mill. The committee having the matter in ch.irge, O. L. Hanson, C. A. Lundy and S. Z. Henderson, have made the survey and prepared IV? plat and necessary papers which Eve been forwarded to the North lem Pacific officials. I The matter of having a "Kenne iwick Day'" at the Seattle Fair was |ten up. Mayor L. E. Johnson iad received an invitation from Secretary Collins asking that the city celebrate Kennewiek Day al»out t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 12 February 1909

WAR IS STARTED ON OPIUM <Tonf«-ivnce on Traffic In Drug Opens in Shanghai. Shanghai, Feb. I.—War on the opium traffic of the world is the purpose of the international opium conference which began its sessions in this city today. The I'nited States. Great Rritain, France, Germany, China, Japan, Holland, Siam, Persia, Russia, Italy and Canada have sent delegates to the conference, which was called by President Roosevelt at the suggestion of the Rev. Charles H. Rrent, Protestant Episco pal bishop of the Philippine islands. The Chinese government has de clared iis intention of co-operating heartily in the work of the confer ence. Several expert foreigners have been detached from the gov ernment service to furnish to the conference statistics of the use of opium by the natives. It is proposed to prohibit the growing of poppies, save to the extent needed to supply the medicinal demand for the drug, and steps to that end have already bren taken. Riots in some poppy growing districts hav...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 12 February 1909

Just Arrived . . . A car of Snow Drift Flour Dayton Rolled Barley and Mill Feed At the following prices Flour per sack $1.50 Barley per sack $1.25 Shorts per sack $1.30 Bran per sack 85c Kennewick Trading Company. FOR SALE 2000 SACKS SEED POTATOES MOUNTAIN GROWN ALFALFA SEED BY THE OUNCE OR TON Hamilton Supply Co. The home of the Early White Star [the valley I BARN Livery and Transfer ;[ Baggage and Express [ Enclosed Bus to Meet all S. P. and S. Trains and all Boats. For Prompt Service call up 142 —F -■ < —T" She U. S. Nomologist • Col. G. B. Brackett says "I am glad to know you are making an extra effort to disseminate Delicious apple. I have always told you I consider it the best of all varieties you have introduced" Do you know Stark Delicious? It is the apple that made the Wcnatchee Valley famous horticulturally; the apple that was sold by Oscar Vanderbilt, HooJ River, Ore., last year for $6.00 per box; the apple that sold at Hood River this year for $1.00 per box more than ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 12 February 1909

PIANO BUYING TIME Unprecedented in Kennewick Mr. R. S. Smith, auditor for Kohler Si <'haso Piano company, Seattle, San Francisco and all other large coast cities, is here closing out a number of pianos left here hy a former rep resentative of the coupany who • absconded with many hundred dollars of company mon ey, leaving many pianos scattered over the country between here and North Yakima. Mr. Smith says he must close out these goods this week regardless of cost. There are many strictly standard makes among them. Some will go as low as $175. One art style reduced in price $800. The regular Kohler cfc Chase guarantee will accompany every piano sold. Those who know this time honored house know this means satisfaction guaranteed. Mr. Smith will be at Whiteioc'ks Jewelry store every afternoon and at the Kennewick Hotel every evening after 7 o'clock. Don't put off seeing him if you ever expect to purchase a piano, as this opportunity never will visit you again in this city. Every pia...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 12 February 1909

WATCH FOBS Key Chains. Match Boxes, Ciga ret Cases. Seal Rings, gold and sil ver Pencils, and a great assortment suitable for men. Also Everything new and desirable in the \he way of handsome jewelry Fine repair work on the moat del icate pieces of Jewelry, Watches,etc. JL. R. Whitelock JEWELER Kennewick, - - * Washington the local field Friday, February 12,1909 Good tnble board, $.'>. so per week at the Hotel Lear<l. C.C Harlan, of Finley was tn town Monday, for the first time in three Months. He 1b making good pro gress with hie place and is well sat flfied with the Valley. His daught er's health is somewhat improved here. For Rent—Steam-heated office kwoms. First International Bank, r Mrs. A. T. Beats returned from ' Walla Walla Monday evening and is recoveriug nicely from the operation which promises to effect a complete cure of her ailment. She is already looking much better than before she went to the hospital. Team cheap, weight about 2400; six and seven years. Call at ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 12 February 1909

PROFESSIONAL CARDS I. N. Mueller Funeral Director Embalmer Emhalmkks License No. 11". Calls Answered Night or Day Store Phone 302 C. V. Delepine Physician and Surgeon Office in Reed Building Phones Office 782 Residence 783 C. O. ANDERSON Lawyer, Office In New i'.fink Itullding J. W. CALLICOTTE, . Attorney At Law Prosecuting Attorney, Benton county Twenty Wars Practice. Kooin3Taylor blk, Prosper, Wash. HUMPHREY & COLE Lawyers on ice in the (ial lory Building KEXNEWICK, WASH. C STASER Attorney at Law Insurance KenuewicV, Wash. Offices in C. O. Anderson's old stand ERNEST L KOLB Attorney and Counsellor at Law Office up-stairx in Anion Building Ken tie wick, Wash. Practise in All Courts Dr. J. B. SCHLUND Dentist Office in King B!dg. Phone 532. KKNNEWICK. WASH. F. M.CROSBY, M.D..C.M. Physician and Surgeon Disease* of Women and Children a Specialty Office in Bank Building. Phone a :> Dr. F. H. COONE PHYSICIAN & Si'IS(JEON Office over the Columbia Pharmacy Phone 282 House Phone ...

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