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“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.