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! dUagrefug at fco TresoUa, thf .2?Jf-
' ' tiout iodioaie that the flgbtii in
th Arris aeoor and at tlje &orth.
.!era aud - aoatbera c parts of .the
t ahort Britiah front iaas jdiperata
" ' any t( .tha Wtei theater o(
-wii ha! deTeVped. Tb area, of
hatiliViea 4astiiiyaa compared
. with the 4weep"of jhe. Galician
frout 'whlraf the 7Aatro Germain
vara itilLdrivine forward, .but the
? Jait few da?a bai . biooght much
nd-tp-hand"bting, the BritiBb
rv.- and French striving tok hold the
0 freuohea gained and the Germans
' v with a Dreponderance of 'maohi e
gnust- as" prompily rioitiatiLga
' oupter- aHack. - .
, Eioh aide df IU oir tfit losses of
: theLOther, and eaQ.h emphkvz n it
' - caii a. all of wh.ich fiaie tieen cost
Jj although oom'paratirely Btnall
:. as meaBored in disUtioo. -It is tor
early to say whether this oaeauB a
- aerioos FranoBriM8b atiei&pfc tr
- - Ifteak" through bat it, is psUiit
thatthey are on tbej)ffensi7fc
- In the East th. Aaafcro German
forces are not ouly . nearer Lein
IjaTg GaUoia. i'Ul claim to hay
driy u the Basaians farther across
the frontier i f Poland lu the ?cik
itUyT of Tariijgrad as rell as peuV!
' r tting !uthr intbessiLrabia
: Th baUleifor Xembefg is ne w
I aging alpn g the fcr ttfied Grode k
L line wjbfre'itis predicted .the.KaV
aiaus wnlgif e a final stubboru
battja to,aV the Capital.'
; Tbe .ritialt prsas, pending such
- time aa theBM3iau; stiff . n their
resistant is flndiDg sorace. in the
reports of the ooiossal. hnmau iao-
rficer which- the : 0ezman driye
- through GlioiawefltaiIedr M
lijt olaimsd ihat the RuBsiaos
even if fbroed to'retreatrb?
management have drawn the Aua
tro-German forces peri It usly far
from their rail communications,
meantime so seriously .sapping
their vitality with estimated losses
of 40,000 meu a day as to a con
tribute materially to the outcome
of the Western campaign.
London, June 19 -The strongly
fortified Galician town of Grodek,
where it was predicted the Rus
sians would make such as tub
born stand, has fallen before
the Austro-German assault, ac
cording to tonight's Austrian of
ficial statement; the River Tauew,
believed to be another strong bar
rier, has been crossed; Komarno,
only a tew miles south of Grodek,
has been takeu, and the Austio
German forces are within less than
a day's march, of Lemberg, capi
tal of Galioia.
These claims were toreoast in
the German official statement
from Berlin which preceded that
from Vienna. The Berlin state
ment asserted that the Grodek
positions were beiig attacked.
The Russians in tbe nortn are
retreattng as far as the Tanew
lines. The Austrians subs quent-
ly recorded the fall of Grodek and
claimed that the south, bank of
the Tanew had been cleared o
Earlier in the day a resume o
ithe Galician situation from Petro
tgrad said that the then existing
disposition cf the Russian forces
an tbe vicinity of Lemberg mean
a crisis and that, the holding or
losing of the line shonld determine
the tate of the Galician capital.
The French are keeping up their
; offensive in the Arras section and
the British again have attacked
the German positions around
Hooge, gaining a" considerable
atretoh of trenches wbiob, accord
ing to the latest advio 38, they are
holding . Of this gain the Ger
"., man effioial statement . makes no
xnentiou. s'- ;
The British Admiralty , has an
nounced -officially that the Ger
man submarine U-zv,. vnun was
sunk in March, fell a yjcfcim to' a
: British warship, the name ' cf
s which is not disclosed. "The pre
aumable reason for this Hardy
mncrnncement became apparent
tfritV when a fl cd ot Berlin edi
torals in which it was stated that
the U-29 was souk by a merohant
ship, reaohsd Lbnddn;SThjbeing
accepted in Germany as a act, it
was argued editbrally triaiGler--many
oould not r-laroue whit her
.warfare against merchantmen
which might ram and destroy sub
marines seeking to aeareb'them
before firing a torpedo.
At the time the U-29 was suck
lt"was rumored in England thai
she was rammed andout in two
by; a battleship ord read u aught .
London, Jnue'20 After aeven
weeks ' batterius across Galioia
hioh the Buisians have
been thrown Iback more than 150
miles the Austrc-Germana today
are as close to Lemberg as -were
the Germans to Pans last fall.
Never perhaps since before the
Marue, have the Teutonic Allies
appeared so confident of succesa
Having (ailed in their original
plan of crush ng France and then
returning to Bu eia, they have
reversed the order of their strate
UV aud now judgit g by the ex-:
oenditure ot life and ammunition
tu Galioia they have pinned their
whole faith ou paralyzing the
Russian army to permit t h e
throw iug of a tremendous weight
f men aud metal into th West,
there either to break through 'the
Franco-British line or Icroe an in
ermiuable period of .sanguinary
Warfare . '
A dupatoh from Copen bagen tc
night says that ths German Em
peror himself has taken supremo
cammand of the Galician cam
paigu, establisbiug his headquart
ers in Sileaia ae near to the fron
ae pfaoitcable. .
Meanwhile the German- official
c jmmunioatiou reporta the furth
er progress of the German-Austrian
troops tpward Lemberg. It
ctalms as weir tbat the Russians
have cleared fromiparts -jof th
The question England and htr
Allies are asking is whether Grand
Dnke Nioholas cau emulate Jof
re's tactics of last fall and check
the Austro-Garmans at the gates
of Lemberg. Optimists point out
that the Graud Dake chejked
them almost at the gates of War
saw just as General Joffre stopped
the Germans before Paris aud
Field Marshal Sir John French
stopped them before Dunkirk
aud Calais. It is argued further
that even should Lemberg fall the
Russians can drop baok to even
ormidsble positions, utilizing the
livers and swamps and it is the
British ebntension ihat they thus
eould hold out for months, Eng-
and France in the meantime send
ing to their aid men and muni
tions, if necessary.
Whether Russia has, sufficient
am munition to meet the present
strain is a queitiou which cannot
be answered in England, although
the London papers say the short
age is acute. One' Sunday paper :
characterizes the situation . m
Galioia as "Russia's supreme em
ergency," and publio interests is
centered in that theater, otwith
standing the hard fighting in pro
gress along toe western irons.
The sound of guns is an bible 'at'
Lemberg and possibly this week
will see the culmination of ode of
the most interesting phases of the
t $ioo Reward $ioo.
The readers of this paper will be
pleased to learu thai there is at
least one dreaded disease that
science has been able to on re"1 in
all its stages, -and that is Oatarrah.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is the only
positive cure now known to the
medioat fraternjtyQats rrh being
a constitutional disease, required
a oonititutional treatments flail'i
Cattarh Cure isrtaken iuternallf
acting direatly upon the blood aod
mucous surfaces of tne system.
thereby destroying the'fodndatibn,
of the disease, aLd, giving, tbo pa?
tient strength byj building1 up" the
oonstitutibn and' astisting' natnte'
in doing its work.: :Th pfopiie-"
tors , have so. muoh faith in its.
curative " powers that they offer
One Hundred Dollars for anyase
that it failaf td BenffTfor
list of testimonials. W v
Address rF. J. CHENEY & CO.
Take Hall'Cj'amily .PiUi fqr
fas Slnit Cir fffpii Succeed in Putting
TUtt Jttnsis Out e! Busloess. -.
The Qity . Board of Alderman
met last Wedsday night for-the
t riiuaaoticn of bosiness, all beiak
pr)ieut exoept J. D. Norwood. .
.; Bids for the ;iDatallatibo"ora
heatiuglant in the new East W
nes Street school building, were
openedj ao4 the coutraot wai
awardedlfblR iM. Edney, i. matt
who-, has not been iii- Salisbury
Ions enonffh 'to DroDsrlv DsmS
a hairdo?'n stiafL at $ 1.869
He was put under a 400 diltti
bond fo the faithf ol performkDo
of the job. The Salisbury 0on
tractors who stay here year ifter
year, pay taxes sod help keep' tha
town goiug were rf jested. ? M.f.
Edney's bid is .said to have jbeen
'the lowest for a local contralto
and' the board is said to have "jpref
ferred a-lcca' man . The qdeftion
is, Could ha be olaised with Ijhosa
who have made their homea J bare
for years, paid 4axsi od ttiade
themselves a part of tha bona-
munity? . . l
An auditor wal employed to ge
ovr the tax colltotor's and tressf
urer's books and report. . r
.The salary of tbe new sanitary j
officer, W. W. Poole, was fix-d at
$60 per month.
J. G. Crowder,who operates the
sanitary carts under contract, was
given au increase of $16 per year
owing to the jucreassd territory to
bo loox -d 'ijlftsrr , .
The elebiilu of two msmbera of
the water board waa defefredl till
next. meeting, owing to the-fact
that oua of tha wheel' hoiaea of
the administritiou was absent.
r - s
The toujot of the A'Jitnty"
bnsses wat taken rip and a a4t of
rules a!nd regulations were fo'rma.
lated for thai, coutrol, wfiiob,
while not too lettrlotive for t&oae
TamiS4-: libwvarrdid:-; the kill-1
ing for the t4-jiirftj" which was
A-aA aR arm . , am
nnn tkn, arfthA ftt.
V"W "w r wvv wu-w w ww -rw
oar over for It 'is understood
that to buy bonds the oost wou'd
be aboat $50 per $1,000, or $250
per year for a single oar, wbiob
amount, beside tbe license tax of
$20 to 380, and other expenses
makes itimpMiblFfor a ir .tney"
to do business, and aooounts for
their immediate discontinuance.
The jitney people proposed the
bond be made $1,000 oh each ve-
hide but the. alder men thought
this would not be su
Us ciaimea jtms orainance waa ;
draWn' up after ; a consultation1
with effij als of the N. 0 Publio
8 Oo.t the corporation opera r ng
the street cars here.'
The matter .of iooreased school
facilities 'owing to .the iuoreased
j territory now within the corporate
limits was discussed ' and it waa
praoiibally deoided that two new
buildings would be needed, one on
Chesinnt Sill and Due on North
MalFHireef. The city being with
out meaus at present, it is believ-,
ed a bond issue will be necessary,
if the work ia to be done prompt
ly, A joint meeting cf the board
of aide i men and the school board
will be held to disouss the matter
on the first Thursday night in
Coastlpatlon Cared Overnight
A small dose of. Pj-Dj-Lsx to
nignVand you enjoy a full, free,
pasy . bowel movement in the
morning. . No griping, for P.. -Do-Lax
is Podophylib (May AppU)
Without the grip, Pj D -Laa
correots t because of Constipation
i arousing: the Liver, increasing
thefldw of bile. Bile is Nature's
antiseptic m the bowls. Wish
proper amount of bile, digestion
iricbtiwefif ii pbrfebt. No gas, no
fer'nlentatlon, no Constipation.
Dont bea'iok, nervoui, irritable.
Get a bottle of PoDoLx from
iJ&Zrir.. " " " "ftat-tpaoityf toaiv .jjoeaaen
WTref.-i lir sen -ci
7Ur J-W. Taylob
2 wpd.1 orderly
I Ufc 6f
Iu the put thre
000 gold' has been,
BSrk of ntlandV; Ot
Great ' Britai&yNKj
agents in the Doited
tha express urposioT p
w MTO n ;iii;;Uioa Europe picka a quarrel or
j rceipta rcr ws vams oauow
'Tfieeihod of Day widifbllctw
agents who are actiag f (oreiga
?ynmeBttHriiS! :try Iim
knowledge that checks have beeu
drawn fof inruretiaifr f payment on
onjeotora ,It ijs rsoonited
instance, that companifls which
accepted largw w'a? o?reri and
have:. acoordii(fiy 'had i xteLd.
tbtr . plauts have raoeived ad
vances to "fiuaneV their extiansious,
aud so the double dBeftion has
been raised as to b manner in
hioh preliminary payments are
being madr, aij(r as toi manner
ILf hhitnata paymant 1 when - the
huge orders now bemg' ircrked up
on begin to!gd f0iw'ird' inthe an
To the last half of ibis ques-
tion there is no present answer
payment for ths hundreds of mil
lions worthof m aulttoira will be
arranged according tbi conditions
prevailing sir hen? pavmant iardue.
Bot aa to iheHoaaf Hn wrAob
iorsdTts have been estitUshad'
pnnoe3roipi ifu u
material the v have accented cih
traoia for, thar.it available now
t u..t . natial n.aV. rtn'a.
tiaht ulnDMs ranein all thA
l'wa"w - q T O TJJT
s;1tyJ from 10 to 75 pent: of the
value of an or'de'r hsye ' been made
ta companies whiQb have-Under
taken the manufacture of Tgnus,
shells, ' rifles, cartridges, aero
planes, motors and other supplies.
One company, which just before
the war had capaoity for" a limit
ed output of flying machines, at a
prioe of $',800 per ' machine, has
reoei red an'advance of practically
I $6,000 per machine -contracted for
1 by the allies, in order that it may
not loae-V moment in extending
Um tit.nfc nti . nniiArkAVttii- tha
manufacture of the t qoipment de
sired. 'When the aeroplanes are
turned over to the foreign agents,
an additional payment of $2,800
will be mkde on each maohine.
So it is seen that in this single
case an advance oi nearly two-
thirdt of the full purchase prioe
has been made. .
The foJrowing table is given to
show' aoDroximatelv which com-
panics have received the. largest
foreign war orders, and to show
their soope. Tbe figures repre
sent Wall Street estimates of the
value of orders placed for war
Bethlehem Steel $160,000,000
General Electric. ... . IW.CXW.OOO
Canadian Car & Foundry
88 000 000
Westinghouse Eleotiio 80.000,000 Ron-h Catholic. If such were
Dq Pont Powder . .... . .75,000,000 done you would : have the precise
American -Car 6c Voundry
- i I i i 4.
4 t f
Pressed Steel Car.
Aetna Explosives If . ,000,000
Oolta Firearms.. . . . i .OCO.OOO
Oracible Steel. 20,000,000
IC W. Bliss .....20,000,000
American Can... lS.OQO'OOO
Savage Arms . . .V. ... 10,000,00'
Wiitohester .Arms . v-..wJ0,0pQ,f)0
Of the nioateen eimnanis in
cprtalikatibn thafeisti-ater in
aBhan tUwalrdera they
. . f
W.V r r,-r, i -mi.i'1 PI,n8 t0 -n1 Amenoa Russian.1 ,
.Sit ?t.fB.I i" tti 6ilr af 8H1-L soddo.. .ii h... mrn'.ud
tn HiVi Irtrlcs PsIhnHp
Jj.-.' - .. ' . y;"V " &'r-'
JWhen the question is "really
faced and looked at in a business
aanse, after all, why should we, in
any event, be embroiled in Eu-
i icpean affairs? If these United
Btates should be attacked, that'is
a very different Jaature; then we
fight, and tbe result no man need
doubt i But because any -one na
fights wita auotheY
ours, save in tha first instance we
regret ths slaughter of humanity,
lud in Vftha next instanoe, we
Would do all we fairly- could to
bring abont peaoe." ' '
' So says the Catholic Union and
Times, and so say we. But that
is hot all the jpapal organ says
bith apeoial . promicenoe in a
double-column artiole on its edi
torial page. Ahawering its own
question, JIWhat ia the United
Btates of America?" our papist
contemporary gees on to say:
"It ia a ooantry in no sense, either
affirmatively or negatively, direov
iy or indirect! y in fact, iu deed,
in word or act, bound to any for
eigu prince or potentate or pfow
j We wish that the latter state
meat were as true as the first;
bat must emphatically, as well as
regretlully, say that it isn't.
This country is peculiarly bound
ib potentate nowu as the "Pope
bfRome. Whils the subjects of
secular princes, on coming to this
country,- i readily and naturally
break away from the power and
influence of their former' aUcgi
giaue, this particular power, -of
wbioh the ppe is the bead, does
not relax, or release its hold upon
sribjeeta of the iapal orownf h
;Ou the oan'traiy, hej papal p&4
er" maintaUa-a -royal Jaontingent
.-. .: "It : v J - i A :
bompleta ' tranifar to cAmeriean
government. Pope Benedict has
rttA $ibfcona, -Prihoa Far
leJi nd ee 0'ConnaU, iaa at)-
dition to an Apostolic Delegate
aud au army of lesser , agents, to
preserve and stimulate, the. alls
giance owed him by every Roman
Catholic in the United States.
.' No other European potentate
has the assurance and 'effrontery
to send, or create princes to reside
in this country for the exprest
purpose of herding his subjects
into" parishes and keeping them
separate from "American influence.
No otnM Ewp-tn ruler attempts
to maintain sodoois on
soil calculated principally to teach
allegiance to himself and oorrupt
alike the thought of immigrant
and bative born perverts to mon
Suppoaa the Gear of Russia were
u - viiw uhuii
dukes, setting them up in palaces
in Bolton, New York and Balti-
morej and should commission
them to Russiania this country
with the id;iof numr jus Greek
priests. Suppose we-were to di
vide this country into Russian
provinces, just as -the pope has
divided it into - Roman proyinoes,
and were tQ establish its sohools,
ja M lomalit established its
ohoolsj and all for the- purpose
of making America Russian! just
a &b me trying to make Ameri-
Uauivalent of what the pope of
Suppoi. tb. Cm fit the Eoi-
,iM WW t0 -Wther and es-
tabliah military orders in this
oountry, ' just as the pope has
done. 8upp&bb he were to orga-
military companiee.ast as the
pope has org-anized Romanised
I Americans intb Knights of Colam.
bus, ,r Hibernians, etc Suppose
eobjects general ty were to boycott J
t f r tsSftft. nnr)Ail .khom in triair
mtre things logical to them were
- " , SW .
done by the Ciarof Russia, either
as the temporal ruler of the Bus
siaoe or as the. spiritual head of
the Greek chorch, do you thii k
it would be viewed with the iid
udiffereuoe aa the inroads of the
arrogant papacy? - Aid- if, under
fuoh supposed conditions, some
RussiaMxid editor should say that
this country was not bound in any
prti3Qlr to any foreign prince,
pr potentate, or power, wouldn't
yon feel disposed to contradict
'' We are very tbaukful to th
Caar that he hae; not attempted
ihe cot quest of this country by
jiuoh means: And we would ha v
eu tqaally pleased had the pcpi
b! Rome kept his Jesuits at horn
Sui sent; bis emissaries to other
; efds . Bu. thy arw here. Ado'
' bey teach divided allegiance with
; uch ff ot i bat a ll ish pnbii
j 4'iou has reo ntjy said that ii
he Ui i ted States .govern men
Mre.u ooufiict with R rne, het a
riest of R me, and all other p
;jisw, w uid say, To heH' wnl
f h- Uni -ed Stst'S goveri mp'nt'"
A d yet we are told by the wily
preas agents of 1 h a RuBuan powei
that this c untry is uot bound t
ady foreign prince or potentate or
power. -Do you believe it? H5w
can vott lieln ve it with inob 1
b'-oud of witnesses to the coutrar
and uch a mass of eyidei ce t'
Show to what extent the allegiance
of papists is divided? '
Ail other European rulers have
kit.diy stepped aside ad allowed
the repahito to. go ite-'way Uumo-
tested Even when th ir anbiata
desert their native land end ..seek
new bejues here, the cir, the em
peror?, and the iiugsthave behav
ed in iaj Jconi mendibre ;,way and
allowed those who were once their 1
vassals to become. ;fall-fiadg9d ci
tiimaof the; rnublic.: ' r
c jibe 'a woild pWer by) be estab
lishment aud mainteiian'oe- of its
own aothcrityWithin that of every
other nation, y The sleepy iediff
. 1 ; ...
m-ucb .ui qierioaui mases vuis ai
remarkably easy country for papal
iuflaence to invade -Audi while
the invasion is iu full swingt w
are told by editors controlled b
the invaderscthat there is nothing
to fear because we are not bound
to any foreign prince.
; f BaobaesurauceB are no more to
be trusted than the loreigu power
from which they emsuate. It is
this power which is determined to
embroil' us iu national i conflict
with the neighboring Mexicans
that its own agents may be again
allowed to pluuder the defenseless
people of that oouutry. Papist
pHiblioists may prate eill theyare
tirVd 4bont the tolly of embroil
ment in European aflaira. We
wen Id take their talk with better
grace if they had hot been trying
so long- to embroil us ' with a
people nearer home aa a means of
working out their "own schemes.'
When their pbe quits thrusting
hfs probosois into American af
fairs, wnen bis resident prmctts
quit demanding reinstatement jof
their priests in Mexico, when pa
pist- puoiisners quit expressing
such sentiments as ''To helb with
ths United States govern meut,"
and when the papal Kaigbts of
Columbus quit murdering patrio
tic lecturers and organizing by
ootts agaiust uoa-Romau business,
we may possibly belreve thattheir
ailegiauo is not divided ' and that
this country is not ' in. any, way
bound to a foreign power. , j
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Oae-forth to one teaspoon f ul; of
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Ocughs, Colds' and. the- i4mpre
dangerous Brooohials s and ; Lug
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list Stmt rfiuug. -
Waahington, June 20 General
Felipe Angeled, artillery expert
aud General Villa's righthand
man, ia in the United. Spates en
route to Boston, Mass., to visit
hia family, according, to - word
that reached the United States'
government tonight from its bor
der agents. These reports" said
Angeles had crossed into Amsr!-'
can territory secretly last Friday"
night. Officials here were unable'
to throw much light on the rea
ons f or the 'Angeles' -departure at
a time when his services to Villa
in tha military .campaign would
seem to be viiality; needed. One.
explanation advanced was that
lAi.geles was coming to the United'
States to confer with prominent'
Mexicans who have been t living in
xile, taking no part in the revo-.
utionary sctivitybut who lately.
tMve been plannirg a coalition
With some of the foroes in the
iield to enable them to get the .
("active moral support" whjh
president Wilson, annunoed ' iu
(nisi ueceut statement the .United
itatea scon would give same group
as the warring -faotioBa ocu4d;
gres i among themselves.
: The Cabinet crisis in Vera C u
baithaltisd themo,vemeut of .Gen,,
Pablo xGjnales on , Mexico City .
It is not known whathis sympa
thies are, but he has always beep
personally friendly to CarraiTsa
and, it is I elieyed heye tbat he haj
halted h at roops. to await develop
ments at- Vera Cruz Geaaral
Caudido Aguilar and several other
oromiuaut Carranu chieftains in
fche&ate,of Vra Oruz.afe fympa .
Shetio iwi.th Oregon ,and lah-i?
here is little definite informaticu
available, the impression in oft
eaal quarters tonight' waa that )b-
regouM ruigja-.suQQesa .uaranza as
movement. News coming tbrAUgji
had removedhia hadqaartr
peloid, isolated fottreas Sanlu
de'Ut ja in the harbor of Vera.
Cioz, spread the impression tha.t
he feart d an uprising, against hipi
an Yera Cruz, 'Ameticu ; war
ships lying in the bailor would
give asylum should he desire.. to
escape, it was stated.
Neuralgia Palps stopped
You douTt need to ulr . those
agonizing nerve pains, in the faoe,
head,'arm, shpulders,. ohMs and
back. , Jost apply a few drops' of
soothing Sloan's Liniment: lie
quietly a,fw nainutes. v.Xbu will
ges sucn reMeiantqpmicrsi ,. fie
ana sue wpnq.wiu jlpox origntr.
Get a bottle to day . (uuces.jfor
25o, at all Druggists. .Peneir a tes
srithoutrubbiog. -t .'t
Seven bathers, including promi
nent memberaof the Philadelphia
Summer Colony,-weredrowbed at
Atlantic City, N. J, Sunday in a
heavy sea. Scores of others were
dragged to the beach in an wn
couscious oudition after li f
guards and other-bathers had bat
tled desperately 4 Oasava their
lives. ; -:v ' .
"About five years ago I began
taking Chamberlain's Tablets af
ter suffering from. indijestiou and
constipation j f pr years without
finding apykhiug to relieve me.
Chamberlain's , Tablets helped' me
t once' and by using them7 for
several weeks I was cured 1 of the
iomplaint," writes Mary E. Mo
MuUeu, Phelps, N. Y.
Automobile rural mail delivery
routes will be established ia many
parts of the oouutry beginning
August 2. IJL was announoedthat
orders had been caigaeds by. Post
master General' Burleson author
izing' tbe,purchasing of 105 -ma- .
chinfs on that date. Of the r Jutes
selected? to. date for. automobile
mail delivery, 44 are in Oklabpms,
28 iu Georgia 19Jn Calif ornia, 8
in Texas, 8 iu Florida, 2 in Penn
sylyauia ano1rone in "Louisiana .
Tjiee "aggregate 6,500 mi lea of
eh for the inauguration:, of, thf ,
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