John F. Worley & Co.'s El Paso Directory for 1906 Page: 19
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PASS CITY ELECTRIC CO. I'™iBn I 4^GRJ?,0"
DIRECTORY OF EL PASO.
EL PASO POSTOFFICE.
Office.—Federal building, southeast
i-orncr St. Louis, X. Oregon. Theodore
P>. Olshausen, postmaster; Jacob F. Ivach-
ler, assistant postmaster; Mrs. Bird G.
Shelton, money order clerk; Mrs. Ella B.
Howe, Wm. B. Edwards, Chas. M. Ly-
man, registry clerks; Miss Maud B.
Doane, stamp clerk; Herbert F. Cole,
distributing clerk; R. L. Riter, assistant;
Miss Lucv A. Kezer, Miss Erma C. Whit-
ley, Xellie Riggs, general delivery'clerks;
David W. Cathcart, mailing clerk; Hugh
Davidson,! Clifford B. Feagin, Eugene A.
Gaston, L. Douglas Gifford, Roscoe L.
llolalind, Robt. H. Iverr, Jno. A. Olshau-
sen. Jacob M. Perdue, H. X. Shepherd,
L. II. Shobc, B. C. Snurre, clerks.
Substation 201, S El Paso, J. M. Can-
Letter Carriers.-—Jno E. Farnsworth,
Xo. 1; Edward B. Weaber, No. 2; Robt.
L. Greenwood, Xo. 3; Ira H. S. Huggett,
Xo. -i; James W. Shanklin, (c), Xo. 5;
Dellno C. Eells, Xo. (5; Daniel P. Long,-
Xo. 7; John C. Banks, (c), No. '8'; Xeu-
nian E. Carter, Xo. 9 ; Robt. 0. Bias, Xo.
10; S. M. Collins, (c), Xo. 11 ; Ashley T.
Reed, Xo. 12; Wm. W. Warnock, substi-
Office Hours.—Money order and regis-
try departments from 8 a. m. to G p. m.,
Sundays excepted. Stamp department
from 7:30 a. m. to 6 p. m. (Sundays
>0:00 to ,11:00 a. in.) ; general delivery
from 7:30 a. m. to G p. m. (Sundays
from 10:00 to 11 :00 a. m.) ; carriers'
window, Sunday from 10:00 to 11:00
a. m. On holidays one full delivery and
one collection of mails is made.
First Class—-Letters and all other written
matter, whether sealed or unsealed (except
manuscript copy accompanying proof-sheets
or corrected proof-sheets of the same) and
all other matter sealed, nailed, Bewed, tied
or fastened in any manner, so that it can-
not be easily examined, two cents per ounce
or fraction thereof, including delivery at
letter carrier offices. Postal cards, one
cent each. Postal cards are unmailable
with any writing or printing on the address
aide, except the direction, or with anything
pasted upon It or attached to them. On
private mailing cards bearing written mes-
sages, provided they conform to regulations,
one cent each. Drop letters, two cents
per ounce or fraction thereof, when mailed
at letter carrier offices, and one cent at
offices where free delivery by carriers it
not established. The postage on first-class
matter should be fully prepaid, but if two
cents in stamps be affixed, the matter will
be forwarded and the remainder due collect-
ed of addressee before delivery.
Second Class—Only for publishers and
news <agentB; publications of the second-
class , when sent by the publishers thereof
and news agents, are subject to postage at
the rate of one cent a pound or fraction
The rate of ^postage on newspapers and
periodical publications of the second class,
when sent by other than the publisher or
news agent, is one cent for each four ounces
or fraction thereof, and must be fully pre-
paid. Publications of the second class, one
copy to each actual subscriber residing in
the county where the same are printed, in
whole or in part, and published, shall go
free through the malls; but the same shall
not be delivered at carrier offices, or disr
tributed by carriers, unless postage is paid
thereon at the rate of one cent per pound.
The rate on newspapers and periodicals (ex-
cepting weeklies) and periodicals weighing
more than two ounces shall be subject,
wlien delivered by carriers, to a postage of
two cents each, und these rates shall be pre-
paid. Weekly newspapers mailed for de-
livery at a free delivery office, although
within the county of publication, must pay
the pound rate, and are then entitled to de-
livery by carriers, or through boxes or the
gen6ral delivery. Dally newspaj>erB, or pa-
pers other than weeklies and periodicals,
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T. H. SPRINGER
We are Headquarters lor L&mps of Every Description
OUR PRICES WILL SUIT EVERY PURSE
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John F. Worley & Co. John F. Worley & Co.'s El Paso Directory for 1906, book, 1906; Dallas, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth213977/m1/29/: accessed April 24, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting University of Texas at El Paso.