Albert Gore, Amanda Riddell, Brown's Run, Carter Workman, Crockett Farley, Dalton School, Dicey Bush, Elias Workman, Emma Riddell, George Mullins, Georgia Lowe, Gordon Farley, Harts Creek, Holden, J.I. Johnson, James Mullins, Jerry Sias, Kentucky, Logan Banner, Logan County, Mollie Dalton, Moses Tomblin, Mullins & Riddell, Pattie Riddell, Pike County, Roane County, Sol Riddell, Thomas Carter, Thomas J. Wysong, timbering, West Virginia, Whirlwind, Will Dingess
“J.M.,” a local correspondent at Whirlwind in Upper Hart, Logan County, West Virginia, offered the following items on October 13, which the Logan Banner printed on Friday, November 10, 1911:
We are having plenty of rain in this section.
Jerry Sias was here on business Thursday.
S. Riddell made a business trip to Logan Thursday.
Mrs. Mollie Dalton was out shopping Wednesday.
Moses Tomblin returned to his work at Holden Sunday.
Miss Willson, of Roane county, is teaching the Dalton school this term.
Mrs. F.F. Riddell and daughter, Miss Pattie, were calling on Mrs. S. Riddell, of this place, Thursday.
A. F. Gore and Will Dingess passed this place on their way to Holden on Thursday.
George Mullins was calling on friends recently.
James Mullins was calling on his best girl Thursday.
Deputy Sheriff T.J. Wysong was around serving court papers Monday.
Thomas Carter, of Brown’s Run, was calling on Mullins & Riddell one day recently.
Mrs. Dicey Bush was shopping at Whirlwind Tuesday.
Miss Georgia Lowe was visiting Mullins & Riddell’s store Tuesday.
Crockett Farley transacted business here Wednesday.
Carter Workman passed through the city Thursday.
Elias Workman left Monday for Pike county, Ky., where he will take charge of a large timber job for J.I. Johnson.
Gordon Farley, the leading cross-tie man of Whirlwind, was in the city one day recently.