The News of Swords Creek.
J. T. Belcher left today on No. 6 for a visit to Bluefield.
J. H. Jackson, of Cedar Bluff, is now operator at this place.
Miss Altie Mansfield made a business trip to Richlands today.
A. J. Farrow moved with family on Tuesday to West Virginia.
Mrs. Otis Wilson is recovering rapidly from her recent illness.
Miss Myrtle Wilson spent Saturday night with Mrs. Z. N. Gilbert.
Miss Rosa Ball, of Gardner, spent Tuesday with Mrs. M. L. Barrett.
John DeBord and family, of Wardell, spent last week with relatives here.
Mrs. Ross Wilson, of Honaker, was the guest of her sister here last week.
Mrs. Z. N. Whitt, of this place, has been quite ill with lagrippe for some time.
Mrs. J. W. Bausell, of Lebanon, is visiting her sister, Mrs. Z. N. Whitt, here this week.
Will Wysor, a prominent citizen of Honaker, is erecting a handsome residence at this place.
Miss rosa wilson left last week for Harrissonburg, where she will enter school for the summer.
Mrs. A. C. Ball and Miss Eddie Hurt, of Gardner, were visiting friends here from saturday to Monday.
Misses Lizzie and Mae Thompson, of Belfast Mill , were the pleasant guests of Mrs. Mollie Farror on Monday.
Miss Lula Mae Evans, who is teaching school here, spent Saturday and Sunday with her sister in Honaker.
Rev. J. R. Hubbard, of Honaker, will preach at Jerusalem next Sunday at 11 a m. and at Miller's Chapel at 3 p. m.
Mrs. Myrtle Nuckels and Miss Eunice Gilbert, of Bluefield, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Z. N. Gilbert last week.
J. C. Cole came through horseback from Montcalm, W. Va., Tuesday. He says there's no place like Old Virginia.
Mrs. Campbell Cole, of this place, who has been on the sick list for several months, we are sorry to say, is no better.
J. A. Wyatt, who had been at home here for some time, has returned to South Carolina. His many friends regret his departure.
I. T. Beauchamp has resigned his position as operator here and left Tuesday for Castlewood, where he expects to make his future home.