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An unnamed local correspondent from Big Creek in Logan County, West Virginia, offered the following items, which the Lincoln Republican printed on Thursday, April 19, 1923:
Mr. W.C. Lucas, our hustling merchant, made a business trip to Huntington, one day the past week.
Miss Georgie Lilly, who has been quite ill the past few days, is recovering.
Miss Virginia Dingess was the guest of friends in Big Creek, Saturday and Sunday.
Miss Birdie Linville, of this place, returned to Henlawson, Sunday evening.
Miss Esther Chafin, of Logan, was the guest of Miss Hazel Toney, Monday.
Mr. J.W. Mitchell, mall clerk at this place, is very ill at his home.
Mr. Birchard Toney has been in Detroit, where the took two prisoners from the Logan county jail.
Mr. Hal Chafin was admitted to the Logan Hospital Sunday evening.