Appalachia, Big Creek, Charleston, coal, Daisy, Daisy Coal Company, David Crockett, Gordon Lilly, H.J. Markham, history, Huntington, James B. Toney, Logan Banner, Logan County, Peter M. Toney, pneumonia, Stone Branch, W.H. McKinney, West Virginia
An unknown correspondent from Big Creek in Logan County, West Virginia, offered the following items, which the Logan Banner printed on February 17, 1922:
In the last few days Daisy Coal mines started up after being shut down for about four months.
Mr. West, mining engineer of Charleston, has been in Big Creek looking after business matters the last few days.
Mr. P.M. Toney, member of the County Court, has been to Charleston and other places pertaining to business matters for the last few days.
Mrs. J.B. Toney and family of Huntington have been visiting relatives in Big Creek for several days.
Mr. and Mrs. H.J. Markham have been visiting relatives here for the last few days.
There has been a lot of sickness here in the last two weeks and a number of cases of pneumonia.
Mr. and Mrs. W.H. McKinney, who have been visiting relatives, have gone to house keeping and decided to stay here. Mr. McKinney is employed as electrician for the Daisy Coal Co.
A new baby was born to Mr. and Mrs. Millard Sanders.
Mr. and Mrs. J.W. Stone of Peach Creek are visiting Mr. Stone’s mother at Big Creek.
A bad cough and cold is interfering with Uncle Gord Lilly’s matrimonial arrangements as announced by him. But Uncle Gord tells us that this matter will be attended to promptly.
Dr. Crockett has been away attending to business matters in Charleston.
A great protracted meeting has been going on at Stone Branch for the past two weeks. There were sixteen conversions. A number will be baptized Sunday.