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  • Post Office eats check, village eats late fee
    ALMONT — It’s fairly certain that not long after Persia’s King Cyrus the Great set up the first postal service in the Sixth Century B.C., a rug merchant in Babylon sent a clay tablet to a weaver in Perseopolis assuring him the check was in the mail. read more
    Aug. 11, 2013 - The County Press

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