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An unknown local correspondent from Chapmanville in Logan County, West Virginia, offered the following items, which the Logan Banner printed on June 18, 1926:
William Boothe, an aged citizen of Big Creek, died on Dingess Run a few days ago.
Walter Dingess, who was operated on at the Kessler-Hatfield hospital for appendicitis, is at home again.
N.P. Butcher was looking after business matters in Logan on last Monday.
The registrars here are finding Republicans where none used to be.
Miss Tollie Ferrell of Logan was visiting her home folks here Sunday.
The grading on the new road will be finished in two weeks. Better buy property here before it gets too high.
Squire Sol Adams of Whirlwind was here today on business.
French Butcher has taken the job of town thresher for his place and is doing good work.
Lee Gore is building a nice residence in the Ferrell addition. This town is glad to welcome such men as Uncle Lee.
Robert Duty was painfully hurt on last Sunday by being thrown by a horse.
District candidates are beginning to bob us here and there. Looks as though we would have a right good crop of them.