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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 2 October 1879

little Falls Transcript. H. C. STIVERS, Editorand Proprietor. LITTLE FALLS, MINN THE WOULD'S DOINGS. MAS8ACRKD BY INDIANS. It is reported that a party of twenty eight prospectors, who started on an expedi­ tion two months ago, from SilYer Beef, Utah, have been massacred by Indians near the east em boundry of that Territory. COTTON FIRE. At New Orleans, Sept, 29, just before reaching the landing at Canal street, the ^ot ton on the New Natches took fire. The pas 6cngers were landed and 3,000 bales of burn­ ing cotton were thrown overboard. Boat slightly damaged. Cargo damaged $30,000. BOY MURDERED. A horrible murder was committed at Porter, Rock county, Wis., on the 23d inst., A 6-year-old son of Alex. White was brutally mutilated and murdered by one Arten, a farm-hand on Mr. White's place, The fiend first hung the boy and then, as he did not die quick enough, cut him down and cut his throat. NEW GRADE OF WHEAT. The Milwaukee chamber et commerce, September 27, adopted a resolution est...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 2 October 1879

SONG OF A KISS. from the Home Journal. I sing of the tflembling kiss Of an enchanted miss. Oh, life, you've nothing sweeter One thrilling little taste I snatched from he in haste. Ah, life, you've nothing fleeter. From parlor doors above The bold old god of love, Swept out by modern fashion, Still rules on kitehen stairs, And there caught unawares, Mukee ladies own their passion. At uight on kitchen stair I met Jier, then and there— No memory is sweeter. She struggled first to flee, Then swiftly turned to me And kissed me, and I kissed her. Ye artificial throng Who drive young folks along Straight-faced and fashion-fettered. You'll raise your well-bred wall That this sweet girl should fail To stand forever tethered. Fear nothing for her sake We're too well-bred to make A mutch through foolish feeling. Hclgho, our tripple curse, Hign stution, meager purse, And love beyond concealing. But, oh, begrudge her not This one sweet in our lot, Tenderly, dearly given. No stain such kisses bea...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 2 October 1879

LITTLE FALLS TRANSCRIPT. H. C. STIVERS, Editor and Proprietor. LITTLE FALLS, OCT. 2, 1879 CHURCH DIRECTORY. CHURCH OF ST. SALVADOR.—Servi­ ces on Sunday next, at 10.30 A. M. Sunday School at 2 P. M. Vespers at 8 CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH—Cor »er of Chestnut and Fourth streets. Services are held every Sabbath morn­ ing at 11 o'clock. Seats are free, and citizenb and strangers are cordially invi­ ted to attend. Sabbath school immedi. ately after morning service. Thursday evening meeting at 8 o'clock. D. W. ROSKNKRANS, Pastor. A. F«,& A* M. Little Falls, TJ. D. Regular communications 2d and 4th Thursdays of each month. Special com­ munications 1st and 8d Thursdays. J. H. RHODES, W. M. LYMAN SIOKOB, Secretary. Local Affairs. There will be a dance at the resi» deuce of Milo Porter this evening. A splendid assortment of Carpets at MAURIN & MEDVED'S. Prof. J^C.-Flynn has gone to Wis­ consin, to be absent a couple of weeks Chickens wanted at SMITH & NICHOLS*. The lest is the cheapes...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 9 October 1879

Terms, $1.50 per Annum. H. 0» STIVERS, Editor and Proprietor. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. E. S. SMITH, ATTORNEY A.T LAW Office at Residence, LITTLE PALLS, MINN E. I. TINGLE, ATTOBNEY AT LAW Roal Estate and Insurance Agent. Two thousand acres of Land for sale. LITTLE FALLS, MINN. -A_. F. STOREY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office at the Court House. LITTLE FALLS, MINN. PROBATE COURT Regular terns of the Probate Court for Mor­ rison County., will beheld at tbe Court House, «n tbe first Monday of oceh moptb. The tudge of Probate will boat the Court House every Monday, and so long thereafter as may te necessary to transact the business of his •office. I mil also draw deeds, mortgages, bond?, &e., J"o. And I will make a specialty of transacting any kind of business for my Ger­ man fellow-citizens who are unable to express themselves in English. A. PETER NEWMAN^ Judge of Probate. J. D. LACHANCE, COUNTY AUDITOR. Will attend to collections, pay taxes, redeem lands from tax sales, &c. in Mor­ rison and...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 9 October 1879

Little Falls Transcript. H. C. STIVERS, Bditorand Proprietor. LITTLE FALLS, MINN THE WORLD'S DOINGS. MUBDBB AND SUICIDE. In New York city, Sept, 30, John Sheehan shot Henry Van Gerltachen and then himself. Both will die. Sheehan regarded Gertischen unduly intimate with his wife. SUICIDES. Sept. 30, at Chicago, Anton Lanatti hung himself. Cause, domestic trouble. James T. Hankinson suicided by taking morphine. At Bridgewater, Mass., Henry A. Hall cut his throat. At Memphis, October 5, there were re­ ported new cases of yellow fever, 5 whites, 1 colored—5 deaths. Two additional deaths outside the corporation. Thermometor from 87 to 90. PBAIBIE FIRES. An Oct. 6th dispatch from Lake Ben ton, Minn., says prairie fires in that section have destroyed eight thousand dollars' worth of grain and hay. Several barns and other buildings have been destroyed. FOUNDERED AT SEA. The iron ship Philosopher, which sailed from Calcutta Sept 1, for Boston, with a gen­ eral cargo, the estimated value of w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 9 October 1879

I BE A WOMAN. Oft 1're heard a gentle mother As the twilight hours began, Pleading -with a son oft duty, Urging him to be aman. But unto her blue-eyed daughter, Though with love's words quite a ready, Points she out the other duty, "8trive jny dear to be a lady." What's a lady IB it something Made of silks and hoops and aire, Used to decorate the parlor, Like the fancy rings and chairs? I* it one that wastes on novels Every feQling that is human? If 'tis this to be a lady: 'Tia not this to be a woman. Mother, theu, unto your daughter Speak of something higher, far. Than to be mere fashion's lady— "Woman" is the brightest sfar. If you, in your strong affection, Urge your son to be a true man, Urge your daughter no less strongly To arise and be a woman. Yes, a woman! brightest model Of that high and perfect beauty Where the mind aud soul and body Blend, to work out life's great duty. Be a woman! naught is higher' On the gilded crest of fame On the catalogue of virtue There's no bright...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 9 October 1879

Oar merchants are having a heavy ID of trade. Be^f cattle wanted at YASALY'S. Democratic county convention on Saturday next. A fine lot of Mackinaw goods at RHODES & WETZEL'S. Royalton correspondence on first page this week. For the best Walking Plow go to T. M. Yoang, Royalton. Sohleosener & Berg have a new lign in front of their store. Fine, cat steak for sale eheap at Yasaly's meat market. Smith & Nichols will move into their new quarters next week. A splendid assortment of Carpets at MAURIN & MEDVED'S. For an account of the Indian out* break in Colorado see second page. The best is the cheapest, therefore go to Leon Houde's for your Hats. Tuesday last was a good day for trade, and for buying wheat. A splendid new stock of goods at M. Lafond's. Come and see them. J. T. 8 til well is expected home from Fort Assinniboin, Montana, in about three weeks. New Goods of all kinds at Simmons, Worthington & Tanner's. Go and Bee them. The young folks of Little Falls will...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 16 October 1879

Tefhjs, $l.50per Annum. H.'C. STIVERS, Edjtor and Proprietor. BUSINESS DIRBOTOllY. E.8.SMITH, 'ATTORNEY Office at Residence, LITTLE. FALLS, :. MINN E.D.TING1LE, ATTOKNEY AT LAW Real Estate and Insurance Agent. Two thousand acres of Land for sale. LITTLE FALLS, MINN. .A.. F. STOREY, ATTORNEY* AT LAT. Office at the Court House. LITTLE FALLS, MINN. PROBATE COURT Regular terms of the PrObatb Cb^for*KT6r rison County, will be held at' the Court ITeuse, «n the first Monday of each month. The Judge of Probate will te at the Court House every Monday, and so long thereafter as may be necessary to transact the business of his office. I will also draw deeds, mortgages, bonds, fcc., fo. And I will make a specialty of transacting any kind of business for my Ger­ man fellow-citizens who are unable to express themselves in English. PETER NEWMAN, Judge of Probate. J. D. LACHANCE, COUNTY AUDITOR. Will attend to collections, pay taxes, redeem lands from tax sales, &c. in Mor­ rison and adjoining ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 16 October 1879

UttleFalls Transcript. H. C. 8TIVKB8, Bdltorand Proprietor. UTTLB ?ALI£. MINN THE WORLD'S DOINGS. T- PRAIRIE FIBES. Advices from Bismarck, D. T., and other point*, of Oct 7, state that prairie fires are raging furiously, the fire spreading in every direction and the atmosphere densly filled with smoke. Thousands of dollars' worth of property being destroyed. THE LOST BALLOONI8TS. Chas. Wise, of Philadelphia, son of Frof. Wise, says he has given up all hope of the return of his father, and believes that he and George Burr are lost This is also the be* lief of Jas. F. Downey, nephew of Frof. Wise A special from Milwaukee, says the balloon recently found fifty miles'north of that place has been identified as one which was sent up from Waukesha last Friday. BOLD BOBBBRY. The Chicago & Alton train that left Kansas City, Mo., Oct. 8, at 6:40 ^. m^was rob­ bed of its express money at Glendale, fifteen miles east of that city. The train was stopped by about twenty masked men, who kept u...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 16 October 1879

THE STABS. Under the stars. A all very fountain springing from the hot sand, beside a stately palln With its cool touch to the parched pilgrim bringing Visions ef home, amid the desert calm Of summer boughs their tender shadow* throwing O'er brood-leared sedge and 11111M passion pale, Where oyer mossy stones and pebbles flowing Ripples a brooklet down a grassy Tale. Under the stars, glad childhood's rosy dream, ing In quiet hamlets set in moorland brown, Udder the stars, the ruddy watch-fires gleam- Around the walls of some beleaguered town: And on the plain, warrior and war.stee.d dying Amid the blood-stained flowers and' tramp­ led com, With broken shield and lance ail shivered lying Where stood a mailed host at dewey morn Under the stars, a. lonely vessel drifting. On rocky shores, borne by the restless foam, And far away, soft winds of twilight lifting The casement leaves of some sweet wood­ land home Murmur, oh winds, while the cool moonbeams glisten Uppn.a coral reef, a 6tormy...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 16 October 1879

LITTLE FALLS TRAMPT. BL 0. STIVERS, Editor and Proprietor. LITTLE FALLS, OGT. 16,1879 CHURCH DIRECTORY. CHURCH OJT Sr. SALVADOR.—Servi­ ces on Sunday next, at 10.30 A. M. Sunday School at 2£ P. M. Vespers at 9 M. CHURCH OF OUR SAVIOR,—Evening prayer with gospel sermon on the first and third Monday of each month at 7:30 r. M. Holy Communion on Tuesday morning after each first service for month. REV. HERBERT ROOT, Rector. CONGREGATIONAII CHURCH—Cor­ ner of Chestnut and Fourth streets. Services are held every Sahhath morn­ ing at 11 o'clock. Seats are free, and citizens and strangers are cordially invi­ ted to attend.• Sabbath school immedi­ ately after morning service. Thursday evening meeting at 8-o'clock. D. W. ROSEVKRANS, Pastor. A* F. & A• M« Little Falls, TJ. D. Regular communications 2d and 4th Thursdays of each month. Special com­ munications 1st and 8d Thursdays. J. H. RHODES, W. M. LYMAN SIGNOR, Secretary. Local Affairs. A new stone cellar is being made voder the Vasaly H...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 23 October 1879

LITTLE FALLS TRANSCRIPT. Terms, $1.50 par Annum. H. C. STIVERS, Editor and Proprietor. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. E. S. SMITH, ATTORNEY AT LAW Office at Residence, LITTLE FALLS, MINN E. X). TINGLE, ATTORNEY AT LAW Real Estate and Insurance £gent. Two thousand acres of Land for salo. LITTLE FALLS, MINN. A.. F. STOREY, ATTORNEY AT LAW 3' Office at tho Court House. LITTLE FALLS, MINN. PROBATE COURT Regular terms of the Probate Court for Mor­ rison County, will beheld &t4rh<? Court House, on the first Monday of ench month.-. The Judge of Probate will be at the Court House every Monday, and so long thereafter as may be necessary to transact the business of his office. I will also draw deeda, mortgages, bond?, «fcc., fo. And I will mako a specialty of "transacting any kind of business for my Ger­ man fellow-citizons who are unable to expresu themselves in English. PETER NEWMAN, Judge of Probate. J. D. LACHANCE, COUNTY AUDITOR. "Will attend to collections, pay taxes, redeem lands from tax ...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 23 October 1879

tittle Falls Transcript. H. C. 8TIVBBB, Editorand Proprietor. LITTLE FALLS, MINN THE WO&LD'S DOINGS. FIBBEU On the 19th of October there was a $25,000 fire at Big Rapids, Mich. a $100,000 fire at New York City, and a $4,000 fire at Cairo, 111. PAIKACIDE. Henry J. Gunn, who murdered his father at Bridgewater, Conn, last September was arrested in Boston, Mass., October 15 He confessed the murder. SHOT HIS WIFE. Albert Granger, son of the wealthiest foundryman in Louisville, Ky, shot and dan­ gerously wounded his wife, on the night Oct 19. Jealousy was the cause. FALL OF A SCAFFOLDING. At Compello, Mass. Oct. 17th, by the breaking of a staging at the ridgepole of the new Methodist church, Geo Baker, John Bomain and Amos B. Jones, carpenters, were throws to the ground and probably fatally in­ jured. THE PRESIDENT IN CLEVELAND. President Hayes and family arrived in Cleveland, Oct. 16, and in the evening at­ tended the wedding of Eugene H. Cowles. the Washington correspondent of the L...

Publication Title: Little Falls Transcript
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 23 October 1879

THE FARMER'S SONG. O ye who crowd the city's ways, In search of toilless treasure, Think not the sun-browned farmer's day Devoid of joy or pleasure. Forth to the fields at morn he goes. Nor fears the labor's soiling At close of day the world he knows Is richer for his toiling. True, there is in his daily life Of joy and care a blending, Away from the world's grosser strife His patient flocks attending But as he turns the fruitful soil, Nature's mysteries learning, With wordly store she crowns his toil, While health is labor's earning. And by the sweat of brow, 'tis said, That man shall earn his living, And to all such their daily bread A bounteous soil is giving. All honor, then, to him whose hand The fruitful earth is tilling— Obeying thus the great command With cheerful heart and willing DEATH OF DANIEL DREW. The Story of His Life. Daniel Drew, who, for lorty years was one of the most prominent figures in Wall street, and the prime cause of many a financial convulsion, died on Thu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 23 October 1879

"I.rr.w .c» LITTLE FALLS TRANSCRIPT. 0. STIVERS, Editor and Proprietor. r= LITTLE PALLS, OCT. 23,1879 (58UBCH DIRECTORY. Cnxmcn OP ST. SALVADOR.—Servi ees on Sunday next, at 10.30 A. M. Sunday School at 2 P. M. Vespers at 8 CHTJBCH OF OUR SAVIOB,—Evening prayer with gospel sermon on the first and third Monday of each month at 7:30 p. m. Holy Communion on Tuesday morning lifter each first service formonth. REV. HERBERT BOOT, Sector. CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH—Cor­ ner of Chestnut and Fourth streets. Services ^re hold every Sabbath morn­ ing at rll o'clock. Seats are free, and citizen^ind strangers are cordially invi­ ted to attend. Sabbath school immedi­ ately after morning service. Thursday evening meeting at 8 o'clock. D. W. ROSEVKRANS, Pastor. A. F. & A* M. Little Palls, U. D. Regular communications 2d and 4th Thursdays of each month. Special com­ munications 1st and 3d Thursdays. J. H. RHODES, W. M. LYMAN SIONOR, Secretary. Local Affairs. Seventy-two persons took dinner at the Vas...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 30 October 1879

Terms, $1.50 per Annum. H. C. STIVERS, Editor and Proprietor BUSINESS DIRECTORY. E.S.SMITH, ATTORNEY AT LAW Office at Residence, LITTLE FALLS, MINN E. X). TINGLE, AlXOBNE^ AT LAW Baal Estate and Insurance Agent. Two thousand acres of Land for sale. LITTLE PALLS, MINN. J.L. F. STOREY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office at the Court House. LITTLE FALLS, MINN. R. "W. tS^AiLItER, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office at Hall's agricultural building, on First street. LITTLE FALLS, MINN. PROBATE COURT Regular terms of the Probate Court for Mor­ rison County, will be held at the Court House, on the first Monday of etush month. The Judge of Probate will be at the Court House •very Monday, and so long thereafter as may be neoessary to transact the business of his ettce. I will also draw deeds, mortgages, bonds, £o.,^e. And I will make a specialty of transacting any kind of business for my Ger­ man fellow-citisens who are unable to express themselves in English. PETER NEWMAN, Judge of Probate. J. D. LACHANOE. COUNTY ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 30 October 1879

H1 "l/-- -V^ Little Falls Transcript. H. C. flnVBES, Bditorand Proprietor. LITTLE FALLS, MINN MUROIA'S DESTRUCTION. The Devastation Caused by the Becent Bloods—A Graphic Account of the Teniae Visitation. A dispatch from London aays: Fall news has been brought to the papers this morning of the terrible floods that have devastated the val­ leys of the Mnndo and Segnra. Murcia is little known to travelers in Spain, for the Mediter­ ranean steamers tonchat Aboante, to the north of it, and at Cartagena, to the south of it. The town is foil of Moorish remihioenees. The architectural designs of its cathedral, the bas reliefs and heavy stone stataes in its passages, its horse-shoe-formed windows, its slender spire, recall the dayB when the town was one of the chief Moorish possessions in Spain. The present summer has been unusually hot. Even this torrid region had known no such heat for a generation. For months not a cload had been seen, SOT A DBOP or BAIN HAD FALLEN- The very dust bad not ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 30 October 1879

ii A jt« i* I V.) AB apxjmpBPS «OAT, A- BT JOHM f. HATTOK. Ab Aulder lived ft lonely life, for In could no agree Tfith kUh nor kin, nor friend nor foe, mean was be Bat Abner bad a cats. «o Billy's head— eroaa tad weakness for dogs and goats and And as often as lie ate himself be fed the mice and rats. He loved bis torses, cows and sheep, but most of all a goat, Called Billy, whom he oft declared had sense enoughto vote. If Billy was so very wise 'twas Abner so, made him For everywhere old Abner went the goat was sore to go. He taught the beast to fight the boys, and drive them from the place, And laughed until his sides were sore at many a frantic race. Full many a boy went limping home to none his wrath and pain, Bat never loitered thereabout nor pestered Ab again. And when a peddler chanced that way, to vend his wares, His said, Jle paused without the gate awhile, to feel of Which was as hard as any stone—he felt its hard­ ness, too. For Billy spread him on the ground and banged h...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 30 October 1879

LITTLE FALLS TBMSCBIPT. KL C. STIVEE8, Sditor and Proprietor. LITTLE FALLS, OCT. 30,1879 Local Affairs. Tuesday next is election day. Beef eattle wanted at VASALY'S. The first snow of the s$a#on fell to-da^. House to rent by M. LATOND. The proceedings of the eoanty com­ missioners are published on this page. Fine, cut steak for sale cheap at Vasaly's meat market. J. P. Smith moved his qaeat mar­ ket to his commodious new quarters on Oak street, on Monday last. Lime, Plaster and Plastering Hair at Simmons, Worthington & Tanner's. The Ulyde Bros., of Swan River, threshed 37,000 bushels of grain this fall, with their steam thresher. Corned Beef cheap at SMITH & NICHOLS*. C. H. Yining is in town to-day, and says he intends to immediately open a photograph gallery io this vil­ lage. Time Time Clocks in variety at RHODES & WETZEL'S. Otis Button, of Buokman township, is an independent candidate for the office of county commissioner for the second district. Just received, a larg...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls transcript. — 6 November 1879

|*r c\ L- "n 11 BUSINESS DIRECTORY. E. S. SMITH, ATTORNEY AT LAW Office at Residence, LITTLE FALLS, MINN E. X. TIISTGrLE, A1T DRNEY A.T LAW Real Estate and Insurance Agent. Two thousand acres of Land for sale. LITTLE FALLS, MINN. A. F. STOREY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office at tho Court House. LITTLE FALLS, MINN. R. W. Y^ALKEB, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office at Hall's agricultural building, on First street. LITTLE FALLS, MINN. PROBATE COURT Regular terms of the Probate Court for Mor­ rison County, will be held at the Court House, on the first Monday of each month. The Judge of Probate will be at the Court House every Monday, and so long thereafter as may be necessary to transact the business of his offiee. I will also draw deeds, mortgages, bonds, tfce., «f-o. And I will make a specialty of transacting any kind of business for my Ger­ man fellow-citizens who are unable to expresu themselves in English. PETER NEWMAN, Judge of Probate. J. D. LACHANCE, COUNTY AUDITOR. "Will attend to collections, pa...

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