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The postal record Volume 17-18

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1904 Excerpt: ...proper acts at just the proper time would pass muster. He concluded his remarks with these words: 'Salus carrier suprema lex esto.' The carriers at Fulton are threatened by their postmaster with a nev schedule which promises to be very favorable to them, inasmuch as they will receive the bulk of their mail and their daily papers for their morning trip and not be compelled to trudge about in the dark, as under the present schedule. Uncle Tommy's horse, that pulls the mail from the depot to the postoffice, has succeeded in registering his fifth runaway. He is evidently trying to give Fulton a 'fast' mail, regardless of what the Chicago Alton Railroad people think of such service. Bro. Stuart, of 827, resigned from the service to take up the position of superintendent of the business department of a weekly paper published at Girard, Kans. He will retain his membership in the N. A. L. C. the same as ever. Good luck and prosperity to him is the wish of the boys from MIZZOUKA. EASTERN OHIO AND WESTERN PENNSYLVANIA The ninth meeting of the Eastern Ohio and Western Pennsylvania Association of Letter Carriers will be held in Finn Hall, 22 Central Square, Youngstown, Ohio, Sunday afternoon, Feb. 19,1905. An able and enthusiastic committee has been hustling for some time past, and there is no question that they will make it one of the best meetings we have ever had. A number of towns will be represented, and we hope to have some of our national officers with us. Carriers who have yawned to sleep at some of our dull State meetings would do well to see that their cities are represented here, especially the smaller cities. It will do them good to mix up with a real live crowd, whose interest in the welfare of our association never flags. So get ...
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