The Lusk Herald-Standard, November 19, 1919
POST OFFICE IS MOVED INTO NEW LOCATION
Patrons of the local post office were somewhat surprised the latter part of last week when notices were posted to the effect that the removal to the new location in the First National Bank building would take place Saturday evening.
In the late afternoon of Saturday, crews commenced to tear down the fixtures in the Faust building and draymen were soon hauling them to the new home. Late Saturday night the main fixtures were in place and the moving had gone on without any slackening of service.
Although the placing of minor equipment was not done until early this week, the new location is now arranged according to specifications.
One improvement over the old location is the fact that all windows are in the front part of the post office proper and anyone wishing to buy stamps or call for mail can be easily seen by any or all of the employees. It is apparent that the new site ins more conveniently located for the majority of the patrons of this city.
In regards to the front part of the building, carpenters are now engaged in screening off that section which is to be used as a store room or office.