Tazewell Republican, Tazewell, VA

June 16, 1910

News of Swords Creek.

Sword-Creek, Va., June 15.

Miss Rosa Ball is very ill at this writing.

R. F. Carr was a business caller here Tuesday.

Rev. Goad, of Honaker, will preach at this place Sunday night.

G. W. Sample, of Salem, spent last week with home folk here.

We are sorry to note the continued illness of Mias Idell Helton.

Rev. J. R. Hubbard will preach at Miller's Chapel Sunday night.

Mrs. J. P. Clark, who has been sick for some time, is somewhat improved.

Mrs. Maxwell, of Tazewell county, was visiting Mrs. A. A. Wysor Monday.

Miss Myrtle Wilson returned home Monday from a two weeks visit at Honaker.

Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Wysor and little daughter, Laura Clark, went up to Richlands Saturday.

A girl baby arrived at the home of James Calla last week. Mother and child both doing fine.

The N. & W. R. R. Co. is having some repairing done on the buildings here that were damaged by fire.

A. A. stoots was called to Honaker Monday to be at the bedside of his monther, Mrs. R. F. Stoots. Owing to her critical illness and old age, she is not expected to live long.