A.Y. Browning, Alfred Buskirk, Anthony Adams, Bettie Workman, C.J. Plaster, Cole and Crane Company, education, genealogy, George Mullins, history, Joe Cranse, John Workman, Logan Banner, Logan County, Major Adams, May & Rosenthrall, Oilville, Preston Collins, Rosa Mullins, Smokehouse Fork, Sol Adams, Sol Riddell, Spottswood, timbering, Trace Fork, Twelve Pole Creek, West Virginia
“Jay,” a local correspondent from Spottswood in Logan County, West Virginia, offered the following items, dated September 14, 1903, which the Logan Banner printed on Friday, September 18, 1903:
John Workman has gone down on Twelve Pole to haul timber for the C. Crane Co.
Major Adams is buying up a nice drove of calves.
The county surveyor, Alfred Buskirk, and A.Y. Browning of Oilville are surveying at this place.
The title of Choke Neck Dude has been conferred upon a teacher who visits the Trace.
Preston Collins has erected a new dwelling house.
Miss Bettie Workman has a severe sore foot. She has not been able to come home since she commenced teaching.
It is whispered around that the wedding bells are soon to ring at Anthony Adams’. It is Miss Rosa Adams and George Mullins.
There is quite a lot of law working going on in Squire Adams’ court.
Attorney Riddell is having a good practice.
C.J. Plaster has sold his timber to Geo. Brammer.
Joe Cranse and Sol Riddell, with their genial smiles were entertaining a number of young ladies of Spottswood last Sunday.
May & Rosenthrall have commenced a logging job on head of Smokehouse. They have employed Sol Adams, J.P., to superintend their works.