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An unnamed correspondent from Harts in Lincoln County, West Virginia, offered the following news, which the Logan Banner printed on April 3, 1925:
Charles Brumfield of Harts has been transacting business in Ironton, Ohio, the past week.
Mrs. Toney Johnson, of Ashland, Ky., has been visiting her mother, Mrs. Chas. Brumfield Harts.
Herbert Adkins of Harts is prospecting business in Huntington.
Miss Jessie Brumfield is teaching a successful school at Rector. She spent the week end with homefolks at Harts and was accompanied by Miss Cora Adkins and Mrs. Herbert Adkins and Mrs. Robert Brumfield of Harts.
Mrs. Robert Brumfield of Harts was shopping in Logan Saturday.
Edward Brumfield of this place is preparing to attend school at Hamlin.
Charles Brumfield is building a fine residence costing about seven thousand dollars at Harts.
Mrs. Robert Dingess of Queen’s Ridge returned to her home after a short visit with her mother, Mrs. Charles Brumfield, of Harts.
Miss Lizzie Nelson of Harts is attending high school at Chapmanville.
R.M. Sevine, C&O brakeman of Huntington was calling on Miss Jessie Brumfield of Harts.
Enos Dials and Edward Brumfield and Miss Jessie Brumfield were seen out walking Sunday evening at Harts.
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A correspondent named “Billy the Goat” from Chapmanville in Logan County, West Virginia, offered the following news, which the Logan Banner printed on July 28, 1922:
Hot Dog was calling on Queenie on Sunday.
Wayne Brown was a business visitor to Kitchen Saturday.
Mr. Julian Evans was calling on Miss Eva Barker Sunday.
Rev. Dyke Garrett preached at the Campbellite church Sunday.
Messrs. Everett Fowler, Wayne Brown, and Chester Cooke were calling on Miss Ona Walls Sunday night.
Windy Conley was riding the white mule Sunday.
Miss Anna Bowling is sporting a diamond ring.
Andrew Fowler seems to be financially embarrassed.
Mr. Nathan Booth made a flying switch and bumped into Bal Bryant Friday night at twelve midnight.
Mr. Ed Chapman seems to be liking blackberry wine these days.
Mr. Walter Ferrell made a flying trip to Big Creek Sunday.
Mr. John Bishop was seen chasing Mr. Ed Johnson with something. Ed sure can run.
The Banner’s motto should be: “Work like Helen B. Happy.”
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A correspondent named “Punch and Judy” from Harts Creek in Logan County, West Virginia, offered the following items, which the Logan Banner printed on May 11, 1923:
Mr. Roy McCloud was visiting home folks last week.
Wonder why Mattie seems so downhearted now a days.
Here’s Elbert Adams so chubby and short; he goes to Mr. Maynard’s and drinks milk by the quart.
Randy Baisden seems to be enjoying life to beat sixty at present.
Here’s “Uncle” T. Vance so sportly, you know; who takes his Ruth for a walk, her bobbed hair to show.
Come on, Charley. Let’s go to the Trace. Don’t bother your brains with that other place.
Mr. C.H. McCloud is putting up ice at present.
Mr. Van Mullins is planting a double crop of everything. He said he expected a son-in-law.
Mr. Reece and Grover Mullins are on the steady lookout for a brighter day.
Mr. McCloud is awaiting his old faithful worker, who we all know by the name of T. Vance, to arrive with their farm implements.
Mr. Garfield and Elbert Adams made a business trip to Branch Fork last week.
There was a quiet but happy wedding at the home of Mr. H. Dingess last week.
Ina Dingess seems very lonesome now days.
Little Ida McCloud has joined the Happy Crockers.
Mr. Bob Jonas and Ruth McCloud took a ride last Sunday on Bob’s black pony.
Mrs. Shirley Mullins is riding for her health.
Mr. Tom Baisden made a business trip to Chapmanville last week.
Mr. Anthony Adams and Ellen Curry seem to enjoy being together.
We will leave the rest to “The Ginks,” providing their cherries allow them time to write.
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A correspondent named “Blue Eyes” from Ferrellsburg in Lincoln County, West Virginia, offered the following items, which the Logan Banner printed on April 6, 1923:
The hard road is being rapidly worked on here at this place. We hope Logan County will keep her part of this road worked to make a speedy finish.
Mr. J.W. Stowers is still at home; he doesn’t go out much. Sometimes he fox hunts with his hounds.
Hugh Farris, a merchant from Piney, is here looking after business interests.
Mr. John Lucas made a rushing trip to Chapmanville Tuesday.
Mr. Bartley returned from a home visit in Huntington Monday.
Miss Martha Fowler made a trip to Logan Monday looking after business matters.
Mrs. Belle Dingess is visiting her sister Miss Martha Fowler this week.
Rev. Charles Curry and other Baptist ministers preached at Ferrellsburg school house Easter Sunday.
A Holiness revival will begin here this week by Brother Wellman and wife. We are certainly proud to announce the meeting because the people in this section have got their eyes on this highway of holiness. We are expecting a large crowd and a good meeting.
Mrs. Cora Adkins has been very ill for the past few weeks, but is improving now.
Mrs. Stella Mullins is visiting her sister in Ferrellsburg, Mrs. M. Tomblin.
Mr. John Pitts was on his way to work Saturday night when he fell and shot himself and now is in the Logan hospital.
The beauty of this place left here yesterday—Miss Cora Kelly.
Mr. W.E. Fowler, a merchant of Ferrellsburg, has gone to saw milling.
Mrs. Martha Mullins isn’t very well pleased with this noisy place.
Miss Gracy Horns returned to Ferrellsburg yesterday after visiting her sister at Wilburn, W.Va.
Mr. W.C. Brumfield was calling on Miss Lula Tomblin Saturday and Sunday.
The girls in Ferrellsburg are very sad at this writing on account of bad weather and bad roads, and are hoping the hard roads will be completed in a short time so they can begin joy riding.
Mr. Homer Tomblin and friend John Dan are taking a vacation this week. They will begin work Monday.
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A correspondent named “Mutt & Jeff” from Chapmanville in Logan County, West Virginia, offered the following items, which the Logan Banner printed on October 6, 1922:
We are having some cool nights. Soon be time for Jack Frost.
Mrs. Dingess returned Monday after a few days visiting on Harts Creek.
We understand that Mr. Ula Barker is the proud owner of a gray mule.
Mr. Pete Ferrell is tipple boss at the Seamon mines.
Mr. and Mrs. L.T. Hicks are spending their honeymoon in Washington, D.C. We all wish them a happy life.
We see there is another new house going up in town.
Chapmanville is getting more like New York every day.
Miss Maud McCloud gets more letters than anyone else. Who is it that thinks so much of you, Maud?
Andrew Fowler wears a fifty cent smile these days. What is up, boys?
All of our boys have gone to work after a long vacation during the strike.
Mrs. Wayne Brown, Miss Harriet Hill, Chilton Chapman, and Susie Hill were out car riding Sunday. All reported a good time.
Millard Brown and his best girl were out walking Sunday.
Ed Turner and Miss Havner were seen out walking Sunday.
Eva Barker seems to get letters from Kimball real often.
Quite a number of the boys and girls of Henlawson visited Chapmanville Sunday. Come again. We are glad to have visitors.
Elliott Bryant was wearing a seventy-five cent smile Sunday. Who is she, Elliott?
Fanny, where was Cecil Sunday?
If this escapes the waste basket, will call again.
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A correspondent named “Big Peat” from Chapmanville in Logan County, West Virginia, offered the following items, which the Logan Banner printed on March 17, 1922:
Our school is progressing nicely at this place.
We are having some nice weather now, and it makes us think about making gardens.
Charley Bryant was very seriously injured when he fell from the porch where he had been working for Arnold Christian Saturday.
Millard and Pearlie seemed to enjoy the sunshine Sunday.
Say, Jim, don’t you think you had more than your share of girls Sunday?
Rev. Carter of Monaville has moved to Chapmanville to take charge of the Church of God.
Annie looked blue Sunday.
Miss Fannie Brown was very ill Sunday, but we are glad to say she is able to be out again.
Miss Maud had a ten cent smile on Sunday.
We saw Rev. Hensley in town Sunday.
Miss Lucy Ellis is visiting out of town.
Mr. McNeeley looked tired Sunday. He said he was not used to walking so much in one day.
Mr. Clinton Ferrell of Logan was calling on some of our girls Sunday.
Sidney Ferrell was calling on his friends in Chapmanville Sunday.
We understand Everett Fowler is going to be the new manager of the Tompkins mines.
Clinton, were you with the blonde or the brunette Sunday?
Julius, did you dye those trousers white?
Is John Bry our bank boss now?
Mr. Newt Muncy, one of our business men here, attended services at the Holiness Church Sunday.
The Children’s Prayer meeting conducted at the Christian Church is well attended.
Mr. George Chapman was seen riding through our streets Monday.
Will call on you again if this escapes the waste basket.