Anna Garrett, Appalachia, Big Creek, Boone County, Charley Ferrell, genealogy, Grace McComas, history, Hunter Bros., Hurricane, J.L. McComas, J.M. Mitchell, J.M. Nelson, Kanawha County, Lake, Logan Banner, Logan County, Manila, Otto Bethel, Peter Craddock, R.H. Vickers, Sally Blevins, St. Albans, Susie Garrett, typhoid fever, W.B. Phipps, W.H. Vickers, West Virginia
“Forest,” a local correspondent at Big Creek in Logan County, West Virginia, offered the following items, written on September 15, which the Logan Banner printed on Friday, September 18, 1903:
Seeing your earnest solicitation for correspondents from each village, we will try to give you a few items from this vicinity.
The drought still continues in this section of the country and people and property are almost suffering from want of water.
The law school convened Monday with W.H. Vickers as teacher. We predict for him a successful term of school.
Work on the new residence of W.B. Phipps, near the Lane, is being rapidly pushed forward. Hunter Bros. are doing the work.
Quite a number of our young people attended church on Hewett Sunday.
We are pleased to chronicle that R.E. Vickers is able to be out again after being confined to his room several weeks with typhoid fever.
Miss Sally Blevins has been the honored guest of Mrs. J.L. McComas at Manila for several days.
Charley Ferrell, a prominent young man from St. Albans, was transacting business on the creek last week.
Rev. Peter Craddock preached to a large congregation at the Lane Saturday night. We hope the people will all turn out to hear him again Thursday night.
Miss Grace McComas of Lake came over Sunday to stay with her uncle, J.L. McComas, and attend school at Hurricane.
Mrs. J.M. Nelson and children, who have been visiting friends and relatives here for several weeks, will leave next week for her home in Kanawha county.
Mr. and Mrs. J.M. Mitchell, Misses Susie and Anna Garrett and Otto Bethel were pleasant callers at the home of John Phipps last Sunday and were treated to a nice lot of melons.
Andrew D. Robinson, Appalachia, Bill Fowler, blacksmith, Blood in West Virginia, distiller, genealogy, general store, Hamlin, Harts, history, Isaac Fry, Jackson Browning, James P. Mullins, Lincoln County, Lincoln County Feud, Paris Brumfield, Polk's State Gazetteer and Business Directory, postmaster, U.S. South, Wheeling
Appalachia, Dingess, Emma Riddle, Ewell Mullins, genealogy, Gordon Farley, Harts Creek, Hattie Riddle, history, Holden, Ida Martin, James Baisden, Jeff Baisden, Lincoln County, Logan Banner, Logan County, Mettie Raines, Mingo County, Tom Mullins, U.S. South, West Virginia, Whirlwind, Willis Dingess
“J.M.,” a local correspondent at Whirlwind on Big Harts Creek in Logan County, West Virginia, offered the following items, which the Logan Banner printed on Friday, March 12, 1912:
James Baisden, of Dingess, was a Whirlwind visitor Friday.
Mrs. F.F. Riddle and daughter Miss Hattie, were shopping Friday.
Gordon Farley was here on business one day recently.
Miss Ida Martin has returned home at this place after visiting friends in Lincoln County.
Miss Mettie Raines is teaching a successful school at this place.
Willis Dingess is very low at the present writing.
M. Tomblin and Allen ______ killed a fine fox, Friday.
The infant child of Tom Mullins was badly burned one day the past week.
Jeff Baisden and Ewell Mullins passed here for Holden Saturday.
Miss Ida Martin was shopping Friday.
Anna Dingess, Appalachia, Beeval Adams, Crawley Creek, culture, genealogy, Guy Gore, Harts Creek, history, Joe Acord, Leander Cary, Lee A. Dingess, life, Logan, Logan Banner, Logan County, Susan Ferrell, U.S. South, Vincent Dingess, West Fork, West Virginia, Yantus
“Mountaineer,” a local correspondent at Yantus in Logan County, West Virginia, offered the following items, dated October 17, which the Logan Banner printed on Friday, October 20, 1911:
Lee A. Dingess, of Hart’s creek, was a visitor at Logan last week.
Lee A. Dingess and Guy Gore began working the road Monday.
Miss Anna Dingess spent Sunday at home, Halcyon, with her mother.
Vincent Dingess, of Crawley’s creek, was a visitor on Hart’s Cr Sunday.
Leander Cary, who went home wounded, has returned to his work in Logan.
Mrs. Susan Ferrell was at meeting on Crawley Sunday and says she had a good time.
Mr. Joe Acord of Logan, who has been employed by Beeval Adams, has returned home.
Appalachia, Bill Watts, Chapmanville, genealogy, Georgie Dingess, Harts Creek, history, Leander Cary, Lee A. Dingess, Logan Banner, Logan County, May Thompson, Scott Thompson, U.S. South, West Fork, West Virginia
An unnamed correspondent at West Fork of Harts Creek, Logan County, West Virginia, offered the following items, which the Logan Banner printed on Friday, January 5, 1912:
Mr. Lee A. Dingess is on the sick list at this writing.
Mr. Bill Watts is very ill at this writing.
Sunday school is increasing at this place.
Prayer meeting was largely attended Saturday night.
Mr. Scott Thompson was a visitor to Chapmanville last Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Leander Cary and son attended prayer meeting Sunday night at Georgie Dingess’.
Anna Dingess, Chapmanville, Crawley Creek, Eva Thompson, French Gore, genealogy, Green Jackson, Guy Gore, Halcyon, Harts Creek, history, Holden, Isaac Marion Nelson, J.H. Vickers, Leander Cary, Lee A. Dingess, Logan, Logan Banner, Logan County, Low Gap Church, Scott Thompson, Simon Dingess, Striker Fork, Venila Dingess, West Fork, West Virginia, Yantus
An unnamed correspondent at Halcyon on the West Fork of Harts Creek and Yantus on the Striker Fork of Crawley Creek, Logan County, West Virginia, offered the following items, which the Logan Banner printed on Friday, December 8, 1911:
The Sunday school on Crawley is increasing.
Mr. Simon Dingess was at Crawley to Sunday school last Sunday.
Mr. French Gore, of Halcyon, killed a fine hog a few days ago. He said it weighed about twenty pounds.
Mr. Scott Thompson killed a fine hog last week.
Mr. Lee A. Dingess, of Halcyon, visited Logan last week.
Mr. Guy Gore was a visitor to Chapmanville last Saturday.
Leander Cary visited home last Sunday.
Marian Nelson preaches at the Low Gap church on next Sunday.
Eva Thompson, of Holden, was a visitor on last Sunday.
Green Jackson, who has been sick, is improving.
To buy cheap goods go to J.H. Vickers, Chapmanville.
Miss Anna Dingess spent last Sunday with her mother at Halcyon.