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An unnamed local correspondent at Whirlwind in Upper Hart, Logan County, West Virginia, offered the following items, which the Logan Banner printed on Friday, October 13, 1911:
Wes Smith was in this vicinity Thursday.
Misses Sallie and Effie Mullins were shopping at Whirlwind, Thursday.
Miss Oma Workman is very low with typhoid fever at this writing, but it is hoped that she will soon recover.
The new school house on Hoover will soon be completed.
Moses J. Tomblin was here from Holden, Sunday.
Mrs. Margaret Sias, of McCloud, was calling at Whirlwind, Wednesday.
S. Riddell is teaching a successful school at McCloud, this fall.
Mrs. F.F. Riddell is staying with Mrs. S. Riddell, of this place, at this time.
Dr. Wm. D. Ratcliff left for his home at Ft. Gay, Wayne county, Tuesday.
Miss Naomi Collins has been visiting at this place for a few days.
Born — To Mrs. S. Riddell, a fine boy.
Miss Murlie Riddell was shopping at Whirlwind, Wednesday.
Mullins & Riddell are prepared to give you top prices for country produce. Call and be convinced.
Mrs. Thomas Smith was calling Thursday.