The Wild West in Montana

In 1867, the first Western Union post opened up in Montana, and it became the first post office in the United States.

Now, the post office is the only way you can receive mail in Montana.

Now that it’s closed, the people of Montana are left with an antiquated post office that can’t even handle the letters anymore.

Here’s how to get to it. 1.

Get a stamp.

The Montana Post Office is the first and only state government office that issues postage stamps.

The stamps are valid for the life of the postmaster.

The first stamp is $5, which is an excellent value.

The second stamp is about $20, and the third stamp is a little over $50.

If you get the third, you can use it as a small prepaid card.

The last two stamps are only valid for two years, but if you buy a stamp for that same date, you get two more stamps for free.

It’s not a big deal if you don’t need stamps for years, and you get to keep your money.

2.

Get in line.

The post office doesn’t open until 8:00 a.m. every day, but that doesn’t mean it doesn’t get busy.

There’s no limit on how many people can come in the door.

The mailroom is in the center of the main building, so you’ll want to get into line early to get in.

The front entrance is usually open around 10:00 p.m., but sometimes it’s a little late.

If it’s the day of the party, it’s even earlier.

It can be a little tricky to figure out when the mailroom opens.

Sometimes it’s when you get in line, and sometimes it doesn.

If the party starts at 9:00, the mail room is usually closed at 10:15, but it can be closed before then.

You can get in the mail if the front door is closed, and then leave it open until after 10:30 p., or if you can get through the door on your own.

Sometimes there is a time limit.

The time limit is 5:00.

You’ll probably have to wait longer to get a stamp than the normal length of time.

3.

Take advantage of discounts.

The Postal Service has a wide variety of discounts, so if you’re a frequent user of the mail, it could save you a ton of money.

It also offers free shipping to Montana residents, so the only limit is your wallet.

4.

Be patient.

The state doesn’t have a lot of options when it comes to waiting times, so don’t be too stressed when it doesn’ t feel like you’re going to get your stamp before everyone else.

If there is still a line, you’ll probably get the stamp within an hour.

If a mailroom closes before everybody else, it may take an hour or two to get the mail out.

But the most important thing to remember is to wait it out.

There is no rush.

5.

Take it back.

The office usually opens up at 8:30 a.ms., so it can’t be rushed.

So if you want to do your mail before everyone’s done, it will take a little longer than the usual time.

If your mail is not in your mailbox yet, you should get in at 8 a.mi. or 8:45 a. m. to get it in.

That’s about a half an hour and a half.