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An unnamed correspondent from Harts in Logan County, West Virginia, offered the following items, which the Logan Banner printed on July 24, 1925:
We are sad at this writing, since our friends are passing away so fast. Uncle Thomas Tomblin, who has been ill so long, died at his home. Uncle Frances Collins died at the home of Sol Adams, Jr.
Sol Adams was seen returning from Logan yesterday.
Harve Smith and Tabor Blair were enjoying the Fourth of July while hunting.
The county road is progressing nicely on the head of Hart.
Squire Adams was seen going toward White Oak with a bundle of papers. Wonder where he was going?
Lindsay Blair has quit the county road and gone to 18 mine to repair cars.