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“Red Eagle,” a local correspondent at Whirlwind in Upper Hart, Logan County, West Virginia, offered the following items dated August 8, which the Logan Banner printed on Friday, August 18, 1911:

The ginseng diggers made their return Friday from Dingess Run, where they were digging the vile weed.

Wid Dalton is hauling for Mullins & Riddell.

Wayne Farley of Gay, was calling on his best girl of McCloud, Sunday.

Adam Mullins was here Monday on business.

Sherman Adams and Crit Mullins were Whirlwind visitors the first of the week.

Miss Phoebe Marcum was calling at Whirlwind, Monday.

NOTE: More entries exist for this date, but they were too faded to read and transcribe.

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