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This brief editorial regarding Warren Post Office appeared in the 6 March 1890 issue of the Logan County Banner, printed in Logan, WV.
“Warren, in Lincoln county, from which all the people on Harts Creek and upper Twelve Pole receive their mail, is eighteen miles from this place, but it takes us a full week to get a letter from that place. A letter arriving to this place from Warren has to go by Brownstown, thence by the C. & O. Ry. to Huntington, thence by Wayne C.H., and thence to Warren, a distance of two hundred miles. The route from Wayne C.H. to Warren should be extended up Harts Creek and Twelve Pole and then down the Mud Fork of Island Creek to this place, with new offices at the Mouth of the Trace Fork of Harts Creek and at or near A.B. Lowe’s on Twelve Pole.”