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An unknown correspondent from Harts Creek in Lincoln County, West Virginia, offered the following items, which the Logan Banner printed on November 7, 1924:
Misses Lilly Curry and Roxie Tomblin were out horseback riding Sunday.
Miss Lizzie Nelson is attending high school in Chapmanville.
Misses Lilly and Harriet Curry, Messrs. Lawrence and Everett Adkins were seen out riding Sunday evening.
Mrs. Belle Adkins has a big store on Harts Creek, known as the Trade More Store.
Combinations–Lilly and her pipe; Roxie and her rouge; Harriet and her combs; Nervie and her powders; Bill and his sweater; Ira eating apples; Belle and her hat; Charley and his bobbed mustache; Lucian and his tie; Bruce and his cap; Janie and her song book, and all about Bill Thompson’s big bridle; Oglan and his coat.
Source: Logan (WV) Banner, 7 November 1924.