Albert Wall, Charleston, Dr. Crockett, Edna Hager, genealogy, history, Huntington, Island Creek, John B. Mullins, Leet, Lincoln County, Lincoln Republican, Miss Doyle, Rector, Sheridan, T J Bolin, timbering, typhoid fever, Webb Terrill Gillenwater, West Virginia
“Observer,” a local correspondent from Leet in Lincoln County, West Virginia, offered the following items, which the Lincoln Republican printed on Thursday, March 18, 1915:
W.T. Gillenwaters, of Rector, was a business visitor here Tuesday.
Dr. Crockett returned from Charleston Sunday, where he had been on important business.
T.J. Bolin spent Sunday with his family in Huntington.
Albert Walls will move to Sheridan in a few days. We regret to lose Mr. Walls, as he is one of our best citizens, but wish him success in his home.
Miss Doyle, a trained nurse of Huntington, is here in charge of Miss Edna Hager, who is very low with typhoid.
John B. Mullins, who is employed on Island Creek, spent Sunday with his family near this place.
The big lumber mill at this place only runs about one-third time now. The boys here that voted for the party that put lumber practically on the free list have thoroughly repented and say they will never do so any more.
There are several cases of typhoid on the creek above here and we are informed they are no better.