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J.M., a correspondent from Whirlwind in Logan County, West Virginia, offered the following items, which the Logan Banner printed on June 26, 1914:
Uncle Mose Workman died at his home at this place last week. He was 84 years old.
People here are busy farming.
Candidates are frequent visitors at Whirlwind these days.
The infant child of Major Adams died near here Monday. Measles was probably the cause of its death.
Miss Quillie Mullins is staying with Mrs. S. Riddle of this place.
Sherman Adams is very ill with consumption at this writing.
Dr. Baisden has been visiting patients near here recently.
Rev. Robert Mullins is teaching a successful singing school at McCloud school house.
Mrs. W.J. Bachtel visited Whirlwind friends Saturday.
Rev. Chas. Curry preached a very interesting sermon at the McCloud school house Sunday.
Mrs. Julia and Vergie Mullins were calling on Mrs. Georgia Mullins Tuesday.
Prof. James Mullins is manager of the Whirlwind store now.
C.W. Mullins was at Whirlwind Tuesday.
Thos. J. Carter and son Wash were visiting at Whirlwind Saturday.