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“Blue Eyed Beauty,” a local correspondent at Whirlwind in Upper Hart, Logan County, West Virginia, offered the following items, which the Logan Democrat printed on Thursday, February 20, 1919:

The Revs. H.L. Marcum and John Bryant conducted religious services at the McCloud school house Sunday.

Taylor Harold removed here from Holden Tuesday and Harry Blair, his uncle removed to Holden, where he will conduct a boarding house for the Island Creek Coal Co.

Harve Smith and K.F. Adkins are out peddling this week.

We hear that “Bock” Conley and Mrs. Belle Stevens, widow of the late Alford Stevens, were married Friday at the home on Brown’s Run.

Walter Riddle went to Logan on business Friday.

James Mullins bought a horse of Jim Hensley last week and then sold it back to him, after which sold it to a miner in Holden.

Jesse Blair seems to be in earnest about farming — be bought an axe and two handles Friday.

The McCloud school, taught by J.L. Thomas, closed Saturday.