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“Progressive,” a local correspondent from Toney in Lincoln County, West Virginia, offered the following items, written on October 15, which the Lincoln Republican printed on Friday, October 24, 1912:

Making molasses is the order of the day.

D.C. Fry has returned home from Matewan where he has employment.

Born to Mr. and Mrs. Capt. Hill a bouncing girl baby.

Misses Lottie Lucas and Mollie Adkins, of Midkiff, was the guest of the former’s parents Saturday and Sunday.

Geo. H. Thomas, of Ferrellsburg, is making quite a boost for the Progressive party in this vicinity.

Coonie Lambert, of Leet, was greeting friends in this vicinity Sunday, and his broken leg is improving nicely, an injury which he received while working at Blue Creek some time ago.

Burnie Fry is back from Pinch, W.Va., where he has employment.

Toney Lodge No. 7 gave quite an entertainment at the Greenshoal school house Sunday to a large audience.

Jerry Lambert and wife visited Mrs. Minnie Lambert last week.

Mrs. Baisden, who has been sick for some time, is improving.

G.C. Fry and family, of Logan, are visiting home folks this week.

Miss Dollie Toney and F.B. Adkins visited Miss Lottie Lucas Sunday.

Lee Toney, the Bull Moose republican of Rector, was seen on our streets Sunday.