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“Reporter,” a local correspondent from Leet in Lincoln County, West Virginia, offered the following items, which the Lincoln Republican printed on Thursday, April 19, 1923:
The farmers of this section are slow this year in getting their work started.
Emma Paris has been very ill the past two weeks.
Toney Paris has purchased some fine stock chickens and is going into the poultry business.
Forest fires have damaged the property of Zattoo Cummings a great deal this spring.
John Harder lost a fine horse one day last week.
Bill Fry has gone to Sand Creek to haul for John Shelton.
Anderson Fry is suffering from boils on his neck.
Frank Fry lost six bushels of potatoes one night recently, thieves having entered his potato hole.