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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 18 October 1895

N CHAMBER OF COMMERCE, largely Attended Meeting at the City Hall Monday Morning. There was a general response to the call of President, Williams for a meeting of the old members of the chamber of ooinroerce. and those •who desired to become liiembers, at the city hall Monday morning at 10 o'clock. The meeting was called to order by the president, and See. Lyon and Treas. Davidson were present, as well as a large number of old members. A. R. Davidson expressed a belief that there was great need of the active work of a business organiza­ tion at this time. No city in Minne­ sota of the size of Little Falls was without a business men's organiza­ tion, and they were always valuable in being able to promptly take ac­ tion in any matter effecting the growth and development of the place. No other city could offer as good inducements as Little Falls could to manv kinds of manufactur­ ing. but there had of late been no lo­ cal organization to properly encour­ age such institutions or to look...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 18 October 1895

A LIVELY CAMPAIGN, Quidlilktt OrlifB Promise* an Active CM TM In New Jemey. John W. Griggs, Republican candidate for governor of New Jersey, is 40 years of age, bat looks younger. He is an able lawyer of modcratewealtb, is a politician and legislator of nearly a score of years' experience and has consider­ able local repnta tion as an adroit parliamentarian, and as an orator whose cntting sarcasm is eujoy- II JOHN w. GRIGGS. able when it is leveled at soroo man other- than the hearer. Ho was born near Newton, Sus­ sex county, N. J., July 10, 1849, and was graduated from Lafayette collcge in 18G8. He studied law with Socrates Tattle In Paterson ami displayed such talent in his profession that a year after his admission to the bar he became Tat­ tle's partner. He was an active Republican long be­ fore he could cast a vote, and at tliu ago of 26 was induced, much, against his will, to run for the New Jersey assem­ bly. He was elected, and although now to tho intricacies of parliamentar...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 18 October 1895

mmM on torpey fcj* W* wjwBR^ISi^SS^S... ».V*PP tf ^SC" GOOD COUNTRY. "& Northwestern Morrison Coun tor ty Make* a Good lmprea- tf •ion on Vlaitora. Mayor Davidson returned Monday noon from two day's trip through the northwestern part of the county with I- E. Staples. Mr. Davidsou 1h placing a considerable amount of money on farm loans, but hud never appreciated the character of the country in that part f^t hereon nty till this viHir. He made a very thorough examination of Kail's Prairie and Scandia Valley towns, and was surprised to find HO much land of the very best quality. While there is some veiy light soi\ and some rou^h and iiilly land, there is a large amount of the be^t class of farming and meadow land. North of Lake Alexander in particular he saw land and crops that.greatly surprised him. He said the class of settlers there was also of the best, and that the land was rapidly being brought under cultivation. The number of settlers has increased largely in the last few ye...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 18 October 1895

111 mi Hww gg fiti mi Hww 1 Ess |R§ ffi$f pf? ife 1 is 'y I'^i .1 fe*. I PBRBQNXL8. Ed. Malian H|ei.t 8nnlny in Mrain- V4v!fe«l. V, W. II. Biirtkii'k went to Kffcen yes itei'fluy in i-uiiiK. J. H. Ku»»i»,if Brainerd, was in ll City iart Kridit.v. J. II. KIKMICS winf to St. (-loud y*stenl»i.v kiiftmiooii. J«»bn ^'pnipf.of RU-h PrulrU', was at thecounty seat Thursday. Kivil Hi.ifninii WIIM In Sr. CIOIKI Sut'irtlu.v ill U-nmoii wn IIIIPIIH'SH. Jnrot NCIMIITH. th«' RIRLI Prairie ineicluiut. WIIR in tlUM'it.v SntuniH.v. W. A. KKIIII dv went to Far*?" 'SATURDAY cveimi« on IHISIIICHS. W. J. Mux well. agent lor Dan'l Sully, was in tin* city l'litwlay. (!. I. Auyer, «»F the Democrat, went to M. J'aul Td'wlay nioniiiiK- Mrs. W. A. Ilidgway returned Tues­ day evening from a visit to St. 1'aiil. Wm. PrHiiein. mate aecreNiry of tli» Y. .\L. A. wan in the dry Satnnlav. Mr. a».D MI'N, Q. I)uel«v went to ,Smii!"n Saturday on a visit with friends. Misw Laura PostletliwaWe. of St. Paul, is viHiting l...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 25 October 1895

-mm* syfr1- k', ilill1 jillr vl VOL 20. 1 r--7Wm DRE88 GOODS Among the special attractions that claims your attention bet-ante of their vtOix'H anil sty lew, are our 38 inch imported French ail wool serges in all shades at 28c you will pay 48c at other stores. 36 inch cashmeres in all HlimieH for lBc. that will cost you at ieust 26c elsewhere. SAltich, heavy, all wool Storrh :and French serges a t,*8c that yon will pay 30c for lialf cotton «'lse where." We are the leaden* in dnw igoods and will well you all wool xoods for what,yon pay for cotton warp. Our line of novelties in silk and wool at 98c will cost you *1.50 in the cities. Save money trade at fcome, and get' our sumples before buying, anil convince yourselves that you ean buy good wool goods «t priceyou havc» (beert cotton1'. paying for xNliYi§a.oo •IS^FREJE—Atik to see our elegant gift. FLE]I8E BEJtR IN MIND That no matter what price* others advertise you can always get the same "good* ror money or Better Goodt for tiie aam...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 25 October 1895

WILL PliillT NO M0II3 Champion Corbett Declares That He Has Rtairea From the Ring. Threatened to Leave for Louis and Then Change His Mind. Sports Still Hopeful New Agreement Be Made. That a Will CHICAGO, Oct. 23.—The Tribune's Hot Springs special says: "I have fought my last battle. I hereby announce that I have retired from the ring, and will give the cham­ pionship belt to the winner of the Miiher-O'Donnell fight." This unexpected announcement was made during the evening in the rotunda of the Arlington hotel by James J. Cor­ bett a short time after indulging in a st rmy interview with Martin Julian, whom he had come up from his training quarters to see and endeavor to per­ suade to agree to postponing the meet­ ing with Fitzsimmons until Nov. 11. The champion had just partaken of a hearty diuner, and had a cigar in his hand, and, turning to a friend at his elbow, remarked: "I have quit training, and here goes for my fir«t smoke." to saying, he lighted his cigar and leisurely puffe...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 25 October 1895

KEPT POLICE AT BAY. Prominent Chicagoan Goes Mad and for Hours Re I sists Capture. With a Gun and Revolver He Made Life a Misery to All in Sight. Burning Sulphur in the Fur­ nace the Plan Used to Oust Him. CHICAGO, Oct. 21.—Armed with a "Winchester rifle and a revolver, a mad xaan defied the police for hours at 85 "Woodland Park, in one of the most aristocratic residence districts of the •city. Barricaded and locked in a second story room commanding' a ccmpiete view of the park, the lunatio splintered doors, shattered window panes and tore holes in the plaster of the rooms with bullets from his rifle, while he shouted defiance to the police and others at­ tracted to the wsene. The insane man was G-. S. Merwin, of the firm of Rog­ ers, Brown & Co., pig iron dealers. After 17 hours of effort the police, by strategy, surprised and overcame the madman. Although he had fired 140 shots from his rifle and revolver Mer­ win injured no one, but a number of people had narrow escapes. Afte...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 25 October 1895

4:V«K |i. Jf •,.:! essrs. iLindbergh and Lan dalil Return From »Tl»elr Trip for the Fin Seminary. .TTlie Committee Will Prob­ ably Be Here Nov. 1 to £v- Examine Site and Subscription. C. A. Lindbergh and H. Landnhl returned Friday evening from Re­ public. Mich., where they had been to present the interests of Little 1.„UH before the committee that will loeatt- and establish the Fin Theo­ logical MMiiinnry. Other cities had very Hut twins offers before tltfe com­ mittee, but the showing made by this city \v»8M» good that the entire committee of.eight may V'Mbably visit Little Kalis on Nov. 1. Only member* of the committee had before been to thin city, and all de Hired to wee the town and th« build ins which wis offered for sale to them. As a large part of the bonus offered them was in property they also naturally deHired to become ac­ quainted with ItH value, and will look that up when here. The Little Falls delegation were satisfied with the impression created by the offer from here...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 25 October 1895

WEWU STARTED. 1 I The Chamber of Commerce Hat a Promising Outlook. At the meeting of the chamber of commerce Monday over twenty members were present, and the pros­ pects are encouraging that the in­ terest vvillcontinueHixl increase. The (selection of Mr. K. E.Cawiey as pres­ ident is a guarantee that its wor.%. will he alnig business-like and prac­ tical lines, and the hoard of director*. Is selected from the most progres­ sive and t'literprisiiigeitizcns. There (should he a general interest in th. work the chamber will undertake, and it is not questioned but much good will he accomplished. In a city that has so "many natural ad­ vantages as Little Falls, opportuni­ ties frequently arise when prompt and united action will tiring some indus­ try or institution to this city that will add to the population and busi­ ness. Small cities with fmv natural advantages have grown rapidly be­ cause the citizens were energetic and watchful in advancing the general welfare at' every opportunity...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 25 October 1895

6 \fTTLE FALLS TRANSCRIPT BY THE^iiAKWuniPT PUB. TO. PUBI/ISMD KVKRY KRIOVV. SUB3CR'VT:0Ni One yeffr.....~~~—. Six month#..—,— Three months- *1 no 76 40 PVKRTIBING RATES LOW X.ITTIiK FAUL8, MINN dough Bros, and D. M. Clough, governor of Minnesota, Jiave made an assignment. They wore credi­ tors of N. P. Clarke & Co. to the amount of $92,000, and when no settlement of the Clarke case could be made, the Clough firms had to assign. They had sold a great ieal of timber to Clarke, and the debt was for that. Gov. Clough will have the sympathy of the people of the state in his financial trouble. In speaking of the mention of Senator Alien of Cloquet as a possible candidate for congress next year the Duluth Herald MIVS: "It does seem very strange that his candidacy should be sprung before Mr. Towne h.ts had an op­ portunity of taking his seat in congress," etc., etc. It may seem strange to the Herald, but it is not. The Republicans of the dis­ trict outside of Duluth are very much dissa...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 25 October 1895

JOB PRINTING THE THANMIPT JOB 0FF1G. IS NOW SUPPLIED WITH NEW MATERIAL TKOUGHOUT. SEAT, CHEAP AND RAP11K Read J. B.Gibbons'adveriiseuient. pay (lay at the Wednesday was PJue Tree mill. George Burke returned fro hi North Dakotu Wednesday Gibbons, the grocer, gives you a little talk on dried fruit today. J. A. McUauley went to Royalton on business Thursday afternoon. C. H. Brown had new awn­ ings put up at his drug store today. A baby boy was born Monday even­ ing to Mr. and Mrs- H. S.Clyde, of the Eau Claire house. A marriage license was granted by Clerk of Court Signor to Robert Jackson and Miss Olive Trask. Chas. Baruhartis now wheat buyer for A. runner, who is buying a large quantity for his Little Falls mill. Evangelist C. N. Hunt began series of meetings Wednesday to Hunt began a at Owatonna continue four weeks. Carpenters were at work Thursday repairing the damage to L. E. Rich­ ard's residence, recently caused by fire. B- rt Stewart, of the Transcript force, and Chas. Sylveste...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 25 October 1895

8 KO R*—W.JR A JUROR'S DIARY. Diings Kc)t Getting Worse Every Day of the Trial. The following rccord of a juryman's cx poriunce was lniulo by a carpenter of nioro than average intolligonco: The first clay lio was impressed with the magnitude of, tho case and tlio sadness of thu j.r .-,ui:or. He did not sleep the first night, for tho reason that four men occu­ pied onct room. Tho air was had, and two Inon snored loudly. Tho second day lie firied to 'remember all that the witnesses said and its^bearinir liight was very weary and wont to bed early, but was wakonui and disturbed by tlie other jurors. Thy third day his head achod, and he could v. ith difficulty follow tho testimony. Hi- ai etito was poor, and lio was drowsy. The fourth day he was astonished to hear the opposing evidence. Statements which had been made by ap­ parently honest men were affirmed to be t'llso. He was shocked, and his first im­ pressions and personal interest wero dis­ turbed. Ilis head ached, aiul ho folt wea...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 25 October 1895

THE CASHIER SKIPPED. l«lttle Falla People Interested in tbe Duluth Bank that Lost a Cashier and SU.OOO. The general news columns liuye heretofore given accounts of the cuehier of the State Bank of Duluth, Olias. H. .Stuekey,steaHnK$ll,OUOa»d leaving. H. Thoraon. president of the German American mitiomil (ar.k of thiscityis the heaviest ^stockholder in the bank, having nearly one-half of the $100,000 capital stock. D. Davidson, president of the First National bank of this cit.v, holds $6,000 of stock in the State batik. SaturdayThorsonand Davidson were both in Duluth. The bank is not embarrassed by the theft, as they had a laige surplus, and Stuckey's bondsmen will supply the lo.*,s. Stuckey was a good deal of a sport, and had recently been called down, but he did not improve any. He had not been taking the bank's money prior to his flight, but had a good many obligations outstanding that were crowding him. Besides the $11,000 he carried away with him, it is feared that an entry of $...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 25 October 1895

it? "it 'if--' AV, a»"i* THE BEST SIZED FARM the Awneo Western Who Orowi Grain and Fat Anlnigln, "What acreage is iuo«t profitable to the farmer net a si ecialist?" was a query up for discuss'on in' (ho colnmns of The Rtiral Now* Yorker not long ago. A farrier TrrtirgfroinSt. Clair comity, Ills., pronounced 200 acres just'right for southern Illinois. He, however, won hi Rubstitnlo for iiif nnimals dairy etock bred for luitter. ITe would divide farm of the .zo pjnjlioned into four fields of about eqmii jjizs—No. 1 for wheat, No. 2 for ecru find oats. No. 3 for pasture and No. 4 'n clover and tim­ othy, wlr'ch could be pastured in the fall—oould snstain 40 to 50 head of. dairy stock and wou3i produce on ail average per year 1,000 bushels of wheat and all the feed Lcccs: aiy for the cattle and horses, with the exception of brim, which must be bought. If the farmer himself is a good worker, he would need two hired men the year uronnd. The best sized farm for ihe average western farmer s...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 25 October 1895

City Conneti Proceedings. -/ru. The city council met In special wk slon Monday evening to consider the matter of removing the telegraph pole from Flint hvenue northern*^ in front of Or. Fortler's barn and also to consider the quetttlou of changing bask to the old system of flushing the sew ere twice ft day. A telegram from Supt. McMlchi'ls was rend, which stated that a^mnii had been sent to remove the tele­ graph pole mentioned and any others that were in the way. The question then arose about re­ moving all the telegraph poles on First street, In accordance with a resolution passed hy a former coun­ cil, and after considerable discussion was left without any action being takeu in the matter. The question of flushing the severs also occasioned a lengthy discussion but nothing was done in the matter and the council adjourned without transacting any business. Senator \V. B. Johnson, of Minne­ apolis, president of the Guaranty Savings & Loan association, was in the city Monday and ...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 25 October 1895

•. 1 *V.J Itfgf.ia JUS iisalfcS' FATHER «C«INST SON. 1 '•, ————-•. Bl&oft/ B-lair Cauoe®. the *r* rent of His Son, Charging Er*ibcrrlcm«nt. 'i Simon BlaiivSr., who. live* in P*# Creek to\vti, ubout five mile* west of the city, Hwore out wiiiTant for the urn-st of l»i« won, .lerryson «. charge of einOezBuliiH'iit. The.voiing ninn WHH fun ini I»• tlic oftlcei'H uinl plueed under imvHt u*t IIIMMM 0o'clock Wednesday evening. It TLPPENFK tlmt ll«' .voting 111*1II IJHS (^tg employed i»v liiri fntlier on lift* «ur the liiHt two yeni*H.! »lil ,le l,U*ciMiimu wiige* Hiiu?tbil ftK "W"' wliicli VVMH not f.trffliuihiiPR. HIH fat lie I- A'ediiemUt.v eutrusted lilm with coiiHldeiMOle Hiiiouut of (fw'HMfil pork JI nd farm produce which the .young tiitiu was to bring to the murker. H« carried out that part of Ihc |mgrmn, ac­ cording to accounts and pocketed the proceeds, claiming that lie WHH going to k&ep it and apply it on ids wage account. It in alno NtHted that there wan a mortgage on p...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 1 November 1895

fc 1 I* Jhfr '4 VOL 20. It Will Pay You to Trade at "We are the only exclusive Dry Goods Store in town, and carry the grandest bar­ gains of best selected goods for the money) ever brought to the city. DRESS GOODS. Among the special attraction* that claim* ymir aUentiori l)*caUKC of their VHIUI'H and styles, are our 38 inch Imported French all wool Herges ia shades at 28c you will pay 48c at ot hfer stores. 36 Inch cashmeres in all shades for 18c. that will cost .von at leant StBc elsewhere. S* inch, heavy. all wool Storm ami French nerves at 48c that you will pay 50c for half cotton else­ where.' We are the leaders in dress goods and will well you all wool goods for what you pay for cotton warp. Our line of novelties in silk and wool at 98c will cost you $150 in the cities. Save money trade at home, and get our samples before buying, and convince yourselves that you can buy good wool goods at prices you have been paying for cotton. and o? UNDERWEAR. Our special Jersey ribbed, heavy...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 1 November 1895

fc/i I ,r t^Sk YZNAGA'S WEDDING. $r Cor- 4T1U Be Married by Archbishop rfjgan in NOMUIIMA N*W YOBS OCI 80.—A locaj pftpei says: Count Bela Zichy and Mi»« Mabel O. Wright, formerly Mrs. Per :&3<naiido Yznaga. and recently ,divorced in f$Sot»th Dakota, will be married .during Wixthe a«cond week of November.:' Arch* UBS. YZNAGA (MASK! WRIGHT). bishop CorrJgan will perform the cere­ mony, Miss Wright having determined to join the CathoLc church. The cere­ mony will take place at the home of the bride's parents in this city, as, ac cording to the laws of the church, a divorced woman cannot be married in a consecrated edifice. QUAY FOR REED. If Not Jteed, Then McKlnley or Soma Other Miltnble Man. WASHINGTON, Oct. 80.—Senator Quay was asked if reports sent out from New York that he favored Reed for president were true, and he said they were. When asked if MoKinley was hip sec­ ond choice, Quay replied: "McKinley or some other suitable man. But it is too early yet to tell who will be...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 1 November 1895

*m I* Li ^H" Ufcf '*#4 I ft'" ." nraS5SSSF^p^ ^"^'?3^KS3|^^,^^T?*" W4i##v v"? 15 ^*i ~y son $sjh i: 4 mm I-m vf ad fctffv 5.% •tft 1 ~~W^WStiW^ Address of Ex-Governor Mar rlam Before National Bank ere* Association. •V* S I 'V :,,V .4J-i 1 "l* «I'K Some Ideas Regarding Money People of This Country Should ft/U :*'-\i "i^. The! Government Should Not Bank—An Illustration of' His Plan. The following address was given by fi-Governor Merriam of St. Paul before the Natiohal Bankers' association at the Atlanta exposition Oct. 15. Any consideration of the currency question would be incomplete without a full realization of the marvelous ma Serial and commercialdevelopment of the past 30 years, and -no student of political economy who would attempt to solve the groat problem of a permanent monetary' system, would fail to take into the fullest' account the forces that have Tesnlted in the most remarkable achieve ments in the history of vast commercial enterprises. The writer of history who looks...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 1 November 1895

pr J- .'* f. fc #K'" FIRE NBXIl' GREGORY. Wild rir«''JNf«r C^tflory Saturday Jtft*rnpon D« •troya Ruch H»y., About 2:15 SaturiJ»»y afternoon a flr« started In (he iiieuilojvH at Gre(C«»r.v» Bidet ruck a lew..ijillen. Month of the city. alul. the- heavy wind drove It rapidly eastward. A large umoniit of liay was destroyed, and many of Hie farmers were badly frightened. George Powell has a home directly "ast ofNGreeor.v, anil when the bl«h flame* Htarted f«»r Ul« place he had little hope of Raving uiivthlng, and It lookeii HO Mr. Powell says there is no doubt the fires were started by one of two freight trains that met at* Gregory just before the flames weie disco vered. He states that the sta­ tion men aided in confining the fire as uarrow a strip as possible, iind that after the fires they measured the stack bottoms for the evident purpose of estimating the amount of hay burned. BADLY KICKED. Btephen Lakln la Severely In­ jured by a Vicloua Horae at Lincoln. Stephen Lakiti, resident...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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