Worley's Directory of the City of El Paso, Texas 1901 Page: 15
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DIRECTORY OF EL PASO.
and periodicals weighing more than two ounces shall be subject, when
delivered by carriers, to a postage of two cents each, and these rates
shall be prepaid. Weekly newspapers mailed for delivery at a free
deliver- office, although within the county of publication, must pay
the pound rate, and are then entitled to delivery by carriers, or
through boxes or the general delivery. Daily newspapers, or papers
other than weeklies and periodicals, mailed for delivery at other than
letter carrier offices within the county, one copy of each to actual sub-
scribers residing in the county, are entitled to pass free; but if mailed
for delivery at a letter carrier office other than the office of mailing,
the pound rate must be paid thereon; if mailed for delivery at a letter
carrier office, through office box or general delivery at the office of
mailing, the pound rate must be paid; if deposited in a letter carrier
office for delivery by carriers, the postage must be prepaid at the rate
of one cent each for newspapers, one cent each for periodicals weigh-
ing less than two ounces, and two cents for periodicals weighing over
Third Class.—Must be placed under a band, upon a roller, be-
tween boards or in an uninclosed envelope, or closed so as not to con-
ceal the nature of the packet or its contents, or it may be so tied with
a string so as to easily unfasten (all matter enclosed in sealed en-
velopes notched on the sides or corners must pay letter rates) one
cent for each two ounces or fraction thereof, which must be fully pre-
paid. This includes books, circulars, chromos, hand bills, engra%ings,
lithographs, magazines, music, newspapers, pamphlets, photographs,
proof-sheets, and manuscript accompanying the same, reproduction by
the electric pen, hektograph, metallograph, papyrograph, and in short,
any copying press not in the nature of a personal correspondence.
Seeds, bulbs, roots, scions and plants, although mailable at third class
rates are fourth class matter in all other respects and may b^ar the
written additions permissible on matter of that sort. Limit of weight
four pounds, except for a single book, which may weigh more. Third
class matter must be fully prepaid or will not be forwarded.
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John F. Worley & Co. Worley's Directory of the City of El Paso, Texas 1901, book, 1901; El Paso, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth213973/m1/13/: accessed October 19, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting El Paso County Historical Society.