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A correspondent named “Fine Sweet Kisses” from Harts Creek in Logan County, West Virginia, offered the following items, which the Logan Banner printed on April 13, 1923:
Here we come with a few lines and frost bites; also Herbert Thompson is mourning on the Perrite Hill.
Daniel McCloud is getting ahead of the working.
I wonder what has become of James Baisden? I haven’t heard from him in a long time.
Ichabod Green said he was as fat as a bear.
Wilburn Mullins cranked up his old crippled Fork and went to church.
Ad Mullins is coming back to Hart. He knows Will Maggard won’t let Browney alone.
Peter Carter likes to make his tooth picks.
Van Mullins is swinging his broad hoe. He swore it was summer time.
Harvey Smith is training his fox hounds.
Antha Adams is visiting relatives on Hart this week.
Roy Browning likes to win gold off the punch board.
Wonder if the Cherry Tree girls have quit asking for kisses from the Harts Creek boys?
Mrs. Frank Adams is very ill and has been for some time.
Wayne Adams is moving back to the old town.