Tazewell Republican, Tazewell, VA

June 22, 1911


Timely Topics Concerning People In The Little Town Down The Clinch.

Swords Creek, Va., June 20th.

Squire Aston, of Honaker, was transacting business here Monday.

Miss Ruby Hunt was the guest of Misses Annie and Pearl Belcher Sunday.

J. E. Davis, of Honaker, was a business visitor at this point on last Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Thomas, of Clifon were Swords Creek visitors Monday.

Miss Eva Helton spent Saturday night and Sunday with home folks on Swords Creek.

John DeBord, of Wardell, is here this week at the bedside of his sick father, Mr. Charles DeBord.

Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Boothe, of Bluefield, were the guests here Sunday of Mrs. H. H. Blankenship.

Mrs. Myrtle Nuckols, of Bluefield, is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Z. N. Gilbert, at this place.

D. W. Call, who has been at Hot Springs, Arkansas, for the past month, returned home Sunday.

W. E. Robinson, of Raven, passed through here Sunday en route to Prane where he will visit friends.

Charles DeBord, who has been confined to his room for some time, is not improving, we are sorry to say.

Mrs. Annie Flutter, of Columbia, S. C., is here this week on a visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Wyatt.

Misses Alice Helton and Lizzie Wilson spent Saturday night and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Ezota Miller near Raven.

O. Blankenship has purchased the saw mill belonging to J. W. Wysor near St. Paul, and will move his family to that place soon.

Elder G. W. Paul, of Salem, Va., was here Monday on his way to Miller's Chapel for the purpose of holding quarterly meeting.

C. C. Irvine and J. B. Belcher made a business trip to Buchanan county Friday last. hey were looking over some timber tracts in that section.

Miss Rose Wilson, who has been in very poor health for some time, left Monday to spend a time at the Healing Springs near Grundy, in Buchanan county.