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“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.