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An unnamed local correspondent at Harts in Lincoln County, West Virginia, offered the following items, which the Logan Banner printed on 29 May 1925:

Jerry Lambert, of Sand Creek, was in Harts, Sunday.

F.B. Adkins made a business trip to Huntington the latter part of the week.

Mrs. R.L. Powers, and little son, James, have returned from Logan where she has been by the bedside of her little niece, Miss Ruth Adkins, who is very low with fever.

F.D. Adkins was transacting business in Logan, Tuesday.

Clyde Rutherford, C. & O. conductor of Peach Creek, was the guest of F.D. Adkins and family, Sunday.

Amon Ferguson of Hamlin, was calling on Miss Ora Dingess, Sunday.

Misses Jessie Brumfield, Ora Dingess, Amon Ferguson and Enos Dial were seen out driving Saturday evening.

Miss Cora Adkins was visiting friends in Logan last week.

Miss Hazel Toney, of Huntington, was the pleasant guest of Misses Cora and Inez Adkins Saturday night.

Mrs. Toney Johnson, of Ashland, Ky., is visiting her mother, Mrs. Chas. Brumfield.

F.D. Adkins was the dinner guest of K.E. Toney, Saturday.

Bill Adkins and Harriette Carey were seen out walking Saturday evening.

Misses Lola and Essa Adkins, Lillie and Harriette Cary, and Roxie Tomblin were in Harts, Saturday.

Mrs. W.M. McCann has been visiting her daughter, Mrs. Watson Adkins.

Alderson Rutherford and little son, Woodroe, of Peach Creek, and sister, Mrs. Saul Bowen of Midkiff, were calling on friends here Sunday.

Herb Adkins made a business trip in Logan, Saturday.

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