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ounces, regardless of distance.
"Local" packages in the same
city, on rural routes or between
the two will not be delayed if
you fail to put on enough postage,
but extra postage will be collect
ed from th recipient.
All except local packages will
be held up if they lack postage,
and the shipper notified to send
postage. If he cannot be located
the addressee will be similarly no
tified. You must put your own name
and address on the corner of the
package you send, and put the
word "to" before the name of the
person you are sending it to.
By paying 10 cents extra you
can insure the package, so that if
it is lost en route you will get
back its value, up to $50.
By marking such an insured
package "Return receipt request
ed" you will get a signed receipt
from the addressee. This takes
the place of registration.
IT WAS' SAFE
The captain of a merchant ves
sel gave an Irish seaman his spy
glass, of which he was very proud
and told him to clean it carefully.
Pat met with an accident during
the cleaning, and went to the cap
"Captain, will yez tell me if a
thing can be said to be lost whin
one knows where it' is?"
"Lost when one knows where
it is?" saicfthe captain. "Why, of
course not. How foolish you are,
"Well, sor," said Pat ; "thin yer
spy-glass is safe, for it's at the
bottom of the sea, '
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