Beginning with September, the post office department, as a measure of economy, is shipping all magazines to central distributing points by fast freight, instead of by the regular fast mail trains. Although this change necessitates sending the Journal, Herold, and Quarterly to press two weeks earlier than heretofore, the Publishing Society, in line with other publishing houses, is cheerfully cooperating to make the plan a success.
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