The Herald, Grayson, Kentucky
February 7, 1902
Carter County Historical Edition

	After seeing your request for county correspondents to your 
paper, and as this is in my use-to-be line of business, I will 
offer you a few items for publication about this enterprising little 
village. The business center is made up by the C & 0, and E-K 
depot with J. W. McMahon as operator and freight agent, the Anglin 
post office kept by E. L. Powell, postmaster and groceryman, and 
J G. Mobley dealer in general merchandise and hotel keeping. The 
health of the neighborhood is generally good. We have been having 
some very disagreeable weather for the past week, consisting of snow, 
rain, and a very heavy sleet Henry Parsons returned from Cincinnati 
a few days ago, where he -went to market eight hogsheads of fine 
Burley tobacco. He reports the market in fairly good condition. R. T. 
Rucker, of Fairfield, Ohio, returned home last week from this place 
where he had been for some time on business. 

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