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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 April 24, 1914:
People of this locality have begun farming.
John M. Workman, of McVeigh, Ky., is visiting his brother, Wm. at this place.
Peter Mullins returned to his work at Barnabus Monday.
Miss Inez Maggard is very ill at this writing. The cause of her sickness was an operation performed at a Welch hospital.
John Carter and wife, of Rowdy, were visiting friends at Whirlwind on Tuesday last.
M. Tomblin, a noted tobacco salesman of Danville, Va., passed through here Sunday.
Miss Georgia Mullins, of Shively, were shopping here Monday.
Thomas Carter transacted business at this place Monday.
Mrs. Robert Mullins was visiting friends here Tuesday.
Crockett Farley is hauling goods for the Whirlwind Mercantile Co.
Mrs. Peter Mullins called on Mrs. Georgia Mullins the first of the week.
Miss Julia Mullins was shopping at this place Tuesday.
Sol Adams, Sr. made a business trip to Logan one day last week.
C.W. Mullins called at Whirlwind Tuesday.