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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 24 December 1909

The Kennewick Courier VOL. VIII. NO. f6 adjourned meeting OF CITY COUNCIL CUy Fathers Give Ordinances Reading Relating to Fire Limits, «nd Local Improvements The adjourned meeting of the Council met Tuesday evening at 7:30 in the Council rooms. Coun cilmen Bier, Crowell, Kruse and Richards being present. In the ab sence of Mayor Johnson, Council man H. A. Bier acted as Mayor. • Ordinances 80, 81 and 82 were read and adopted. Ordinance 80, relating to extension of fire limits received its third reading and was passed. The fire limits were defin ed: —beginning at a stone monu ment in the X. P. [.Co's Ist Addi tion at the intersection of Front and Washington Streets, in sfaid addition, thence running north to the intersection, the southerly line of the X. P. Railway Company's right-of-way, then southeasterly to center of Adams Street, Beach's Ist Addition, thence south along center line of Adams Street to inter section of the center line of Maple Street in said Addition, thence west al...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 24 December 1909

y\n'nju\j\ruvmnnjxrii\rinniuuvrinnrtniruTruiru"iru utruinnjinjxri'vu* , *»uvn^ ! WATSON BROS, f i 1 d t' /-♦ • « r< j Kennewlck, ? Grain & Feed Washington g limr i nnnri/injTrvruTiTriruvn/\nj\JiJTJT/uvin/inJi*iAn/uixu\iiruTruiTJTJTJ'irixu'vrirc The Elite Barber Shop Invites you to become a customet ■ r;. First Class Service V. M, VAN HOOK, Proprietor Hamilton Supply Go. arid Sells Everything^ Everything in Feeds and Seeds a Specialty T\ MN NEWICK DRAY LINE H. K. BKACII, PROP. TRANSFER & DELIVERY FURNTTITRK AND PIANO MOVING A SPECIALTY AT.T. OHDERi PRnilMf T 4TTBNf >£C '£< > ONE 893 )CT6S^MiNWirJUifJgnlEaCTuii^iaiMhiiilPi3lnnlßnilCii3Pii3innJUinitniilinnilnri)lanllriWlni3liiSllsß.gtjSßß3B3sßsi! : [ONSUTED IfiSTRIDI & TITLE COM < ' k ' ...INCORPORATED... ; - \Y/E have a fae-simile copy of the records. " * of Benton county, and the most complete >' ' abstracting plant in the county. Offices in the Court Howe Building, Prosper. J.H.HINSDALE, /. Local Manage...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 24 December 1909

; • * qpHE YEAR that is I drawing to a close I has been a successful and I prosperons one for us. I We wish to thank our many ■ friends for the business I they have given us in the I past and shall endeavor to I deserve a continuance of I your valued patronage. I Wishing you a Merry I Christmas, we are, ■ Yours very truly, I SHANAFELT & SONS I "The Toggery" I • t -•" 1 • COMMISSIONERS' PROCEEDINGS Board of county commissioners of Benton county, . Washington met in their office at the court house In Pros ser. Wash., December 6th, 1909, at 9:30 a. m„ pursuant to adjournment of No vember 3rd, 1909. Commissioners J. N. Crosby and H. C. J. Tweedt being "pres ent. Commissioner W. C. Travis pres ent at afternoon session. Minutes of meetings of November Ist. 2nd and 3rd read and approved. Petition of the Hanford Irrigation t j Power Co. for the vacation of block 6' of the plat of Hanftsrd and approval o a re-plat of block 69. Hanford read. Pe , t.tion granted and re-plat approved. Boar ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 24 December 1909

Wt Wish fon a iH?rri| (Christmas anb a Siappi} Nrtu $ far I -Tv /f INDFUL of the many evidences of prosperity as reflected I in our constantly growing business, and deeply apprecia- I i tive of the manifest loyalty of our numerous friends, we I ff desire to express our heartfelt thanks to all who have I had a part in helping us grow. To you we extend in I turn, heartiest wishes for a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year I H. M. ASHBAUGH & COMPANY I ■ FIHLEY ITEMS S. 11. Godfrey went to Kennewlck last week and Is t>elng treated at the hospital. Flnley friends hope for hi* speedy recovery. Mr. and Mrs N C. Howies enjoyed a pleasant visit with Mrs lU>wlets brother and wife Mr. and Mrs. ft. 44. Mattersou of Spokane Thej left Saturday for North Yakima and Seattle. *. if. t. Clarke on the Island has been confined to his bed with Laicrippe lor the past week 1* now much better Alles Myrtle Danes leaven Frldii' for her home at Coolldge to npeim the holidays. Mrs. Cassle Murray and ...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 24 December 1909

New line of Goods r > this week Silverware c poons fancy pieces, suitable for gifts Igr Ron . vour e ? e down the • "SJt list for suitable suggestion Rings Watches Locket Cuff Links scarf pins Keck Chains Baby chains Baby pins School pins Hatpin Boocbes Bracelets Silverware Cut Glass Band painted china Stock's Jewelry-™™"" |Pcoplc You Know# Friday, Dec. 24, 1909 Mr. and Mr*. M O. Klitten are In Spokane this week. Mrs. Child of Spokane is visiting her friend Mrs, G, Oarlier. A number of the teachers will go to their homes for the holidays. L, I). Shanafelt returned Monday froiu a bnstnesß trip to Davenport Miss Bernlee Grlffeth Is home from Pullman State College for the holi day vacation, Note the report of the shipping business In the ("has. H. Collins Co. Ad of this issue. The school closed Thursday for the Christmas vacation. They will re-open January 3d. * Mrs. B. F. Knapp and daughter Margaret, of lllchlahd visited friends here the last of the week. .Wesley Lane who has been ...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 24 December 1909

HOUSEHOLD HIHTS A FEW FROM THE CHEAPER errs OF Ml \T A tomato pot roast, really has a delicious flavor, and the acid of the tomato acting on the fiber of th" meat makes it particularly tender. Wipe a five-pound piece of Ijerrf cut from the round rib over with salt and sear the entire surface in a hot frying-pan in which there are a few small pieces of beef suet. Put in a stew pan and add two slices of onion, bit of bay-leaf, one fourth of a teaspoonful of popper corns, one can of tomatoes and one cupful of boiling water. Cover, and let simmer until meat is tender the time required being about three and one-half hours. Remove meat to a hot serving dish, take out vege table* and pour over sauce. Serve with or without dumplings. For Hungarian Goulash buy tw>spounds of beef, cut from the lower part of the round, wipe and cut in one and one-half inch cubes. Add meat nuhes to four cupfuls of rapidly toiling water, (to quickly coagulate the outer juices) to whith has Iteen added three s...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 24 December 1909

I PROFESSIONAL CARDS I. N. Mueller Funeral Director Embalmer Embalmers License No. 113 Calls Answered Night or Day Store Phone 302 Residence Phone 953 C. V. Delepine Physician and Surgeon Office in Reed Building phones Office 782 Residence 783 ANDRESON & MARSHALL Lawyers Office In New Bank Building C. 0 HOLCOMB Lawyer Office over intenational Bank Notary Public Practice in all state and — -Vnilg* ■EHamCOuiU."-**'^" Kennewick, Wash. HUMPHREY &. COLE ±3wyers 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 and Counsellor at Law Office up-stairs in Amon Building Kennewick, 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-end Surgeon Diseaaes of Women«and Children, 'a Specialty Office lu Bauk Building. Phone 693 Kennewick Lodge, P. & A. M. Meets ft rat and third Wednesdays !n e...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 24 December 1909

IA Merry Christmas I I To Everybody in the Columbia River Valley I IWe arc Well Pleased for the was ' n Resolutions we are Making I I ALFALFA HAY —Our firm shipped and paid cash for over 40 cars - |A|A I I month of Jan. 1910 I'of h y from Finley and Hover. Over 700 tons and still more coming from Ken I fOT lylO I I I newick and Richland. Besides many cars of different kinds of hay from others. I I Prices of Feed seem bound o advance I POTATOES —We shipp d the only carload from here this year. Re- I y Their Feed To Buy T »eir Hay I I I in sympathy with wheat, but "we saw it coming" member when buying your seed the coming season that we not only sell seed, Buy Foods To Buy Their Seeds I I and bought:— but buy all your potatoes. "Insuring You a Market." Ai THE BEST PLACE" I ■ 185 Tons of Barley 2 Cars of Mill Feed POULTRY & FRUIT—We paid the highest average ever paid for To Sell Their Eggs To Sell Their Hay I I 2 Cars Flour 600 Tons Alfalfa Hay Kennewick Strawberries, and our price...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 31 December 1909

The Kennewick Courier VOl. VIII. NO. 37 TIE C'IBISMAS EXERCISES fheSpirit of Peace on Earth and Good Will toward Men, as Shown at the Churhes Owing to the uncertainty of mov ' j n g freight the local Lumber Yards, found it impossible to secure trees to secure trees for the various Christ mas exercises on time. The St. Paul & Taconia Lumber Co. had a large shipment of trees a day or ttro late. The Crab Creek Lumber Co. had the same experience and (he community appreciates the thot fulness of these companies although the trees did arrive late. The Christmas tree exercises were how ever held as usual, for Santa Claus secras to l>e easily satisfied with the preparations made, so long as a fit ting welcome is given him. The different exercises are given below: M. E. Exercises The Christmas exercises in the M. E. Church last Friday evening were well attended and so far as could be seen very much appreciat ed by both young and old. The pro gram was about one hour in length ami was i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 31 December 1909

v Watson bros. vji ain & Feed Washington j ltu ' ruTJTßj'uvrtiinjxnjTnxuviJTJxru'ixi/inj truT-TLruT_n.ru urruT-njT_n_ru rurru utj"u tnri The Elite Barber Shop Invites you to become a customet First Class Service V. M. VAN HOOK, Proprietor Hamilton Supply Co. and Sells Everything^ Everything in Feeds and Seeds a Specialty 1 3oi5c |1 5353SSS55SS5HSi?5p J J53_'5(0!595iiagi?555S5f?5r :, S(?55'a3E5 1 o95SSB5e l 55S5^ S.. KE XXE WICK j 1-" DRAY LINE { 1' U.K. REACir, I'ROP. p al > H jg • — — H I TRANSFER & DELIVERY | E KUR.VITITRE AND PIANO MOVING 1 El'" ' v\. SI'fCCIALTV | I •' " . . g pi . a ij- oßnfjßs pnovrpTr.v &] ' A T'X* t&N I >4uf> I'Q ONK RG2 f c (v • " CEtSI Cinl Gj (u I/jiJ CJ7D CJ|DCq J) C; fUUj jtfßjpiuj fj Gj pJjn fJ ig r» Cj?3 WtW ui t?joe* HfCno? infliiJirdfii rOPjnHnt' : CONSOLIDATED ABSTRACT & TITLE COMPANY { j ... INCORPORATED ... A i 1 ♦ \V/E liaye a fac-simile copy of the records [ >.... .i'.; r.-iT of Benton county, and the most eomplo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 31 December 1909

WHAT TU SERVE AT A «EW YEAR'S PARTY Some New Ideas to be Worked Out With the ChafiaA-Diah At a New Year's party the chaf ing dish is indispensible. There i* no more convenient form of serv ing refre hments and certainly no dainties more appreciated by men than those made in this way. ' It is very necessary when you are serving a chafing-dish party to have everything ready before hand the tray, which is Indispensible, un der an alcohol lamp, the spo«ns and fork and the materials that cannot tie prepared on the chafing dish, like toast, hard-boiled eggs, etc. Have your buUer made into balls of tablespoonful measure; have the seasoning mixed. Fill the hot water pan with boiling water, light the alcohol lamp, which of course is properly filled, and then follow out your recipe. The ordinary Welsh rabbit'is a most ap preciated dish and is made as fol lows: Welsh Rabbit. —In a blazer place one tablespoonfql of butter or one butter ball and add one-quarter tea spoonful of salt, the same amo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 31 December 1909

* ITEMS came down from Spo i Friday to spend Christinas ■B ..os family. pForaer Heddlugton returned from «orth Yakima Thursday. Mrs. F. E Coffeen returned from \Mlbur, Wash., last Friday wheie she ha 9 been visiting her daughter lor several weeks. F. E. DeSellem spent Christmas at Coolidge returning Sunday evening. Miss Goldene Finley, niece of Mr. Oeo. Finley, who Is teaching in the schools at Ellensburg came home to spend Christmas and visit for a few days. Miss Finley left for Seattle Sunday. 1.. Heddlugton came home from t'rosser Friday where lie has been in the jury, to spend Christmas with his son Harry and family. Robert Perkins returned to his old home In North Carolina and will be gone for a several months visit. Leroy Burton Is enjoying his vae»- tion visiting relatives In Spokane, Ritzville and other Palouse points. Miss Bessie Clark came home from Seattle to spend Christmas with her pareuts on the Island. Miss Martha Williams is spending her vacation at home with W. A. K...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 31 December 1909

New line of Goods this week s[e*r SlKervaw spoons Fancy pieces, suitable for gifts I Bun your eye down the *■©& list for suitable suggestion Rings Watches Locket Cuff Links scarf ping Neck Chains Baby chains Baby pins School pins. Hat pin Boocbes Bracelets Silverware Cut Glass Hand painted china Stock's Jewelry- T s# 0 RE T ft*########### ♦People You Know# Friday, Dec. 31, 1909 L. Danes of Coolldge. Wash.. Is Tlsltlng at the Crossland home. Chan. M. Rankert of Pasco was a vleltor to Kenuewlck Wednesday. A. M. Talmadge of Council, Wash, was In town Wednesday on business. B. K. Knapp was lu town Wednes day on business connected with the Bank. Miss Madge Crossland is home from her school at Luzon to spend tlw holidays. Roy Washburn left last week for battle where he Is visiting his broth er and friends. Prof. Grooin of the High School spent the holiday week at Seattle ? siting with relatives. Jerry Newton, of Spokane, in •pending the holiday week In Keune wick visiting the Holloway...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 31 December 1909

faking Money On the Farm XVl.—Orchard Manage ment By C. V. GREGORY. Author of "Home Course In Modern Agriculture" Copyright, 1909. by Amcric&D Prtw Associition FOR a few years after the young orchard is set out it will do better if it is cultivated. Dur ing these first few years, be fore the trees coine into bearing, it is neither necessary nor desirable to let the land Jle idle. Sorue cultivated crop can be grown between the rows of trees, thus utilizing the laud and giv ing tbe orchard the needed cultivation. Corn Is not a very good crop for this purpose, slncr it grows too rank, shad ing the youug trees and depriving them of their share of the moisture supply. Potatoes are one of the best crops that can be grown in a young orchard. Squashes and cabbages also fit in well. It is often convenient to have the veg etable garden in tbe orchard during the- first few years Small fruit cau also be profitably grown as a filler crop. Where bush fruits are used, however, they must be cut...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 31 December 1909

professional cards I. N. Mueller Funeral Director Embalraer Kmmai.mf.rs i.ioense No. lIH Calls Answered Night or Day Store Phone 302 esidence Phone 953 y V-M" lurgeon yei Bui'dina r Office 78<i Residence 783 ■JORFSON & M RSHaL- C. L* HOLCOMB Lawyer office over liitenatioiml limik Notary l'ul»l>c t'raeticc in all state and United States Courts. Kemiewiok. Wash. HUMPHREY & COLE Lawyers Office in the Gallery Building KENNKWK'K, WASH. C STASEB Attorney at La* liiKurHHi*' \f iti' *IC . HSi. otlifrK tti <\ o »nderson'B old stand ERNEST L. KOLB Attorney »ud counsellor at li»w 'tfllre ap-Rtalr* in Amon Building Kennewick. Wash. Practlne in All ('ourtf Or. J. B. SCHLUND Dentist Office in King Bldg. Phone 532. KKNNRWrCK, WASH. F. M. CROSBY. M.D..C.M. Physician and Surgeon I <lt Women lilld ' 'llll'lrell \ n Specialty bfflce to Bank Building Phone 593 7newick Lodge, F. & A. M. first and third Wednesdays 'n every month. Kred L. Watson. W. SI Cn.vs. Conway. sec'y i ». O. ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 31 December 1909

The Most Remarkable Premium Offer Rver Made A $10.00 DINNER SET of 42 Pieces With Your Initial in Gold By a Fortunate deal we have contracted with the manufacturer to furnish us with as many as we can use of these 42-PIECE WHITE HOUSE MONOGRAM DINNER SETS 1 These Handsome Sets j Extra Special j Are like the cut herewith. As a Special J If your cash purcheses from us amount to Inducement for you to Increase your during a period of twelvemonths, that is, $7 5 trading with US, we will distribute them as j fftSilf IPJjSSI VJJ? in addition to the $25, we will refund the $2.50 follows- Procure a Gold Band Punch Card y ° U H* v e Paid for th e set, making the set cost you t j • t L L I»§J® — W*®W absolutely nothing. Remember that the set will t e from us and every time you make a cash purchase Mr \ ji;, j, r »l n f , vrn v \ iws %1 delivered to you for the small amount of $2.50 cash have the amount of same punched out. When 0P $#| |T ®JJW® VV \\jjj fT* i ust as soon as y° u Have purchased ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 6 January 1911

The kennewick couiiif VOL IX. NO. 39 CONTRACT FOR / STREET LIGHTS Fifty 80-cp Lamps will be Dis tributed Throughout Resi dence Districts One of the first acts of the new council at Tuesday night's meeting was to authorize a contract to be made with the Pacific Power & Light Co. for fifty 80-cp Mazda lights to be placed throughout the residence districts wherever the council may designate. For 'this service the city is to pay $20 pj lamp per year for the first fiveyf rs and $16 per year there after should the service be continued, tbe power company to maintain all lamps in condition and see to their regular operation. Tbe lights will probably be ap portioned 20-to the Garden Tracts, 15 west of Washington street ar.d tbe balance .east of Washington $nd in Mona'g and Weisel's Ad ditions. f Manager Audrus says he can have Ac service in operation within 30 fays after the contract has been iigned. NEW BENERAL A6ENT C. C. Burdick, the newly appoint ed general agent for the N. P. Rail w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 6 January 1911

an d Sells everything / — r 6^^° DGE A r THUK JACOT JOHN DUNCAN J j Xennpj w ICK I f DRAY LINE J TRANSFER & DELIVERY f FURNITURE ANI} PIANOIMOVING i A SPECIALTY D !">• • p ALL ORDERS PROMPTLY | ATTENDED TO Pboxi X 28." 3) 'JT jaßßggSgggß^^a^CriCLmathTatnfatnia^lmUUitjtnfaiHiUKiaßiai^G^lmJCmlCiißliioliiwCTnlliifDCifaCiiaßfiaiiii;' r Y We Look Up the Trouble I \ And remedy it promptly / Q] \ wlien we receive word that _J WUgL our serviceH are required. m/Dim 0 Work we luivh a plenty hut competition never. J1 Jf Ji |A .; We have alwa\s tried not JL fgC-PC | only to do better plumbing CSDC O- i than we ever did before, but SIS^kXP 1 l etter than any one e'se A I PISHPP PLUMBER and FITTER ■ I CflV KENNEWICK, WASH. COWED ABSTRACT & TITLE COMPANY . . . INCORPORATED . . . \V/E have a fac-simile copy of the records ** of Benton county, and the most complete abstracting plant in the county. Offices in the Court House Building, Prosser. "Jr H. HINSDALE, Local Manager DEPOT Regular M...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 6 January 1911

HORTICULTURAL ASSOCIATION Will Meet at Prosser this Month with Program Full of Fine Features The Seventh Annual Meeting of the Washington Horticultural { Association will be held at Prosser, January 17th, 18th and 19th and the features of the program so far announced by President E. F. Ben son indicate that the meeting will be full of interest and profit for the fruit growers of the state, more so, of course, for those who attend and hear at first hand the learned and 1 practical addresses and discussions, but for every fruit grower who be comes a member of the Association 1 by paying his dollar for the annusJ ' membership certificates which will 1 entitle him to one free copy of tbt ' Associate >n's Annual Report, a weS 1 printed book of from 200 to 3$ 1 pages, giving addresses, papers, dis cussions and proceedings in full. 1 Some Leading Features One of the leading numbers &o far announced is an address on "Irrigation: Quantity of Water re quired for Orchards and other croj...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 6 January 1911

•jgj|jjjjli| Incubator Coming \ou will look around foe a machine that first of all,, is reli able, second one that is built to last some time: third, you'll want as you can get. Its no more than American spirit to want all of them, will find them all done up in the Buckeye Incubator and Brooder 50-egg size, the popular, $7 to §9—50 chick brooders $6 to 88 bend your name and we will send you the booklet telling how to natch 51 chicks from 50 —the Buckcvp way. We are agents for Lillys Best Poultry supplies horget the Poultry Show, January 13 and 14^ The CHAS. H. COLLINS CO. We will mail free our 1911 KENNEWICK Booklet to Your Eastero Friends Believing that our surest and best customers are the friends of owners here, we will mail free of a I expense to you our new 12 page illustrated 1911 price list of Kennewick raw and improved ranches for sale. Send the addresses by mail, phone or in person. Omar W. Rich Investm't Co. Kennewick Washington ✓ We wish all our friends and pa - trons a p...

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