Tazewell Republican, Tazewell, VA

March 17, 1910

The News of Swords Creek.

Swords Creek, Va., March 15, 1910.

W. E. Robinson was in our midst on Sunday.

B.J. Wysor is somewhat indisposed at this writing.

Mrs. I. T. Beauchamp is visiting in Bluefield this week.

Miss Lillian Heron spent Saturday and Sunday in Honaker.

James Wyatt has returned home from a trip to South Carolina.

Miss Minnie Irvin spent Saturday night with Miss Irene Wyatt.

The farmers of this section are very busy preparing for this year's crops.

Charles DeBord, who has been sick for some time, is somewhat improved.

Miss Nannie Boyd, of Honaker, is visiting Mrs. M. E. Farrar this week.

Mrs. Larkin Miller, of Honaker, is visiting her parents near here this week.

Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Clark were pleasant callers at Mrs. A. A. Wysor's Sun day.

Misses Evans and Mollie Ryan spent the week-end with homefolks in Honaker.

Rev. J. R. Hubbard preached an in teresting sermon at Jerusalem on last Sunday.

Bo Smith, who has been on the sick list for some time is improving, we are glad to say.

Misses Myrtle Wilson and Rosa Ball, who are attending school here, spent Saturday and Sunday with homefolks near Raven.

Miss Idell Helton, who has been attending school at Belfast returned home Saturday. We are sorry to learn of her continued ill health.

The Death Angel visited the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ball last week and called away their little nine-year-old girl. The entire community sympathizes with the bereaved parents.

Our display of neckwear is worth seeing.
Harrisson & Gillespie Bros.