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An unknown local correspondent from Harts in Lincoln County, West Virginia, offered the following items, which the Logan Banner printed on April 20, 1926:
Harts is on a splash again.
Everybody in Harts is planning for the big show at Huntington the 27th.
Measles are raging very bad at this place.
Wonder why Dr. Ferrell is going to Fred Adkins so often?
Ward Brumfield is transacting business in Charleston this week.
Edward Adkins, son of Mr. and Mrs. Watson Adkins, is very ill at present with the measles.
Robert Powers is awful well pleased since he got to be section foreman on the railroad. Oh, gee, Miss Sadie can wear fine kid gloves now.
Wonder why Hardin Marcum is hanging around the Thomas hotel so much?
Mrs. Gibson and little daughter of Maubar were calling on Mrs. Robert Powers at Harts Sunday evening.
Enos Dials is still squeezing the Big Creek kids.
All the teachers here are planning for the summer term in Marshall College.
Robert Black of Logan was seen in Harts Sunday.
Herbert Adkins is a business caller in Logan this week.
Miss Jewell Elizabeth and Ed Brumfield are very busy these days, reading Educational News.
Cora Adkins seems to be enjoying herself these days.
The ocean is wide, the sea is deep. It takes a railroad boy to make a fool out of me.
There were six made 8th grade diplomas in the diploma test here.
Quite a lot of the West Hamlin boys were seen in Harts Sunday.
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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 22 May 1925:
Mrs. Fisher B. Adkins, of this place has been visiting relatives at East Hamlin the past week.
Mrs. Chas. Brumfield has moved in his fine new residence at Harts.
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Adkins and Robert Brumfield made a flying trip to Ranger and back in their car Friday evening.
Miss Jessie Brumfield one of Lincoln county’s most popular school teachers, has completed her school at Rector, W.Va., and returned to her home in Harts, where she will leave soon for Marshall College and was accompanied by Mrs. Tony Johnson, of Lexington, Ky.
Mr. C.C. Pack, of Wayne county, was the guest of his daughter, Mrs. Robert Brumfield at Harts, Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dingess, of Logan, were the guests of her mother, Mrs. Chas. Brumfield at Harts, Sunday.
Mr. Edward Brumfield, of Hamlin High School is spending a few days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ward Brumfield at Harts.
Mr. Bill Vance, C. & O. fireman and Miss Dorothy Workman, of Big Creek, Miss Pearl Brumfield, of Toney, were calling on Miss Jessie Brumfield at Harts Saturday.
There were several from this place attended the examination at Logan last week.
Mr. Amon Ferguson and Miss Jessie Brumfield, Arta Dingess, Cora Adkins, Hazel Toney, Sylvia Shelton, Enos Dials, Edward Brumfield were car riding Sunday.
Homer White, C. & O. agent of Ranger and several others were calling on Chas. Brumfield at Harts, Monday evening.
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An unnamed local correspondent from Big Creek in Logan County, West Virginia, offered the following items, which the Lincoln Republican printed on Thursday, May 3, 1923:
The Sunday school at this place will open May 1st, and everybody is invited to attend.
Dr. J.E. Whithill has purchased from Harmon & Toney a new Studebaker touring car.
Virgie May, the small daughter of Mr. Edd Harmon, is suffering, from the measles.
Mr. P.M. Toney spent Sunday with his family in Huntington.
Miss Sarah Lilly returned to her home in Ashland, Ky., Monday.
Mr. John Hayner, of Dollie, was in the city recently purchasing farming implements.
A.S. Christian, of Logan, was a recent business visitor here.
Miss Ida Lucas, of Banco, took the teachers’ examination at Logan last Thursday and Friday.
Mr. Brad Ferrell spent Saturday and Sunday the guest of his sister in Huntington.
The Big Creek Coal Co. reports business better than it has been during the past five years.
Miss Opal Hager was a Huntington visitor Saturday.
Mr. L.D. Adkins, foreman for the Hunt-Forbes Const. Co., was a business visitor in town Monday.
Ferguson & Stone have sold their drug store and soda fountain to Will H. Harmon and W.B. Toney. The consideration was $3250.
Miss Eunice Chafin, of Logan, was the guest of friends here Sunday.
Bruce Dial has received a fine lot of Saddle horses and is doing some trading.
J.J. Toney, of Huntington, has accepted a position as clerk in the Fountain Drug Store at this place.
Mr. E.E. Gill is on the sick list.
Miss Susie Harmon left Monday for Huntington, where she will enter Marshall College.
T.B. Stone was a recent business visitor in Logan.
C.W. Lucas is constructing a new garage which will be occupied by Harmon & Toney.
Frank Toney, of Marshall College is visiting friends in the city.
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An unnamed local correspondent from Big Creek in Logan County, West Virginia, offered the following items, which the Lincoln Republican printed on Thursday, April 5, 1923:
Uncle Hub Vance is suffering from the flu.
Miss Mary Sanders attended Federal Court in Huntington the past week.
Miss Hoaner Ferrell has returned from Parkersburg, where she has been attending Mountain State Business College.
Miss Dixie Toney was the guest of Mrs. Clyde W. Peters, of Huntington the past week.
Miss Cora M. Adkins, the popular teacher, was in Huntington the past week making arrangements to attend Marshall College.
Miss Birdie Linville was calling on friends at Toney, Sunday.
Miss Ida Lucas, who has a position with the First National Bank of Huntington, was here recently enroute to her home on Big Creek.
Mr. K.E. Toney is in Logan this week on matters of business.
Mr. John Thompson, of the Hunt-Forbes Cons. Co., was in town today. He reports that the Company’s contract in Harts Creek district will be completed within one month.
M.D. Bledsew was a recent visitor in Williamson.
J.W. Stowers, merchant of Ferrellsburg, was a recent visitor of his sister, Mrs. Ward Lucas, of this place.
Roy Anderson, Chief Clerk in the Logan Assessor’s office was the Sunday guest of K.E. Toney.
Elbert Baisden has been appointed Asst. Supt. of the Daisy Coal Co.
Miss Hazel Toney will complete her business course at the Capitol City Commercial College about April 15th, and will, we are informed be employed in the Sheriff’s office in Logan.
Miss Maud Gill’s school closed last Friday. Miss Gill is a fine teacher and met with great success in her work this year.
Miss Maud Ellis, of Logan, was the recent guest of Mrs. Ella Baisden.