Business & Finance: Record Car Loadings

However dubious some departments of U. S. business may appear this fall, the movement of freight is almost all that could be desired. A large volume of freight is being transported each week; and the railroads are handling it very efficiently and with very fair profits. The week ending Oct. 11 set a new high record for 1924 with 1,088,462 cars loaded—1,015 cars above the previous high total for the year, and only 9,031 cars below the high record for all time of 1,097,493 cars, established during the week ending Sept. 29,...

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