Clinch Valley News, Jeffersonville, VA

June 25, 1909


Lebanon, June, 16.-The Lebanon ball team had another exiting game here on Frday last. The Dry Branch boys played Lebanon on the latter's diamond–Dry Branh won the game.

Mrs. Barney Thompson, of M. W. C. Abingdon, is visiting her friends in Lebanon. Mrs. Thompson was teaher in Russell College for several years before going to Martha. Mr. and Mrs. Thompson are now located in Tuscoloosa, Ala.

Mrs. A. K. Gilman and sister, Miss Kate Dickenson, spent a few days in Castlewood last week.

Bud Chase, of Clintwood, was on the east bound train last week. having in charge Joe Turner, aged 8 years He was en route to the Reformatory where he was sent for setting fire to his grandmother's barn.

R. A. Butlery is building a nice residence in Cleveland. Mr. Butlery is said to be one of the best blacksmiths in Southwest Va.

Miss Dina Shuler is visiting her sister, Mrs. C. C. Burns, of this place. Miss Shuler will make this her home.

The pretty little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Buston of Tazewell, is visiting little Margaret Aston, of this place.

H. A. Routh, of this city, left last week for Missouri, where he will join his wife, who has been visiting their daughert, Mrs. Rose Smith. They will return to Lebanon in a few days.

A little child of Ed. Bussey, died Monday in Elk garden, aged 4 years.

Mrs. Caroline Hendricks has returned home after a two weeks visit at Rural Retreat, where she visited her son.

Floyd Kiser, Commonwealth’s Attorney, of Buchanan co., was in town this week.

Nesley Alderson left Monday for West Virginia.

Mr. J. W. Cassell, of Coalwood, died last Wednesday. Mr Cassell was an excellent young man, and leaves a wife and five children.