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“Trix,” a local correspondent from Rector in Lincoln County, West Virginia, offered the following items, which the Lincoln Monitor printed on Thursday, April 16, 1914:
Rev. Elijah Pauley and wife attended services at Estep Sunday.
Miss Maggie Fry was shopping in Logan and Holden Saturday.
Mrs. Squire Toney spent Saturday and Sunday with her daughter, Mrs. Albert Wall.
Mrs. Emma Barker of Boone county was the guest of her father, Tell Gillenwater, Saturday and Sunday.
Frank Stone and Ed Harmon of Big Creek made a flying trip to the city Sunday.
Born: To Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Ellis, Thursday, a fine boy. Mother and child doing nicely.
Cleveland Brumfield, a well-known horse dealer, passed thru here Sunday en route to Gill.
James Ferrell, Jr. was a business visitor in town the early part of the week.
Miss Junnie Fry was a guest of her aunt, Miss Maude Toney, Sunday.
Lonnie Vannatter and Lee Toney attended the regular Saturday night meeting of the Odd Fellow fraternity at Big Creek.
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