Tazewell Republican, Tazewell, VA

March 24, 1910

The News of Swords Creek.

Swords Creek, Va., March 23, 1910

Drayton Taylor is the proud father of a fine baby girl.

J. T. Price is just recovering from a severe attack of fever.

Rev Terry, of Honaker, was a visitor to our village on Monday.

Miss Rosa Wilson, of this place, spent Tuesday with friends in Honaker.

Mrs. Margaret Cole has been right ill for several days with heart trouble.

Miss Evelyn Helton spent Sunday with homefolks near Millers Chapel.

Revs. Thornton and Goad are holding a protracted meeting here this week.

Constable J. F. Reedy has moved from this place to Groundhog Valley.

Mrs. I. T. Beauchamp and little son, Lonzo, have been right ill for the past several days.

Bo Smith, whose illness we mentioned last week, continues to improve, we are glad to say.

Mrs. Fannie Shoemaker left for her home in Texas on Tuesday, much to the regret of her many friends at this place.

J. W. Wysor, of Gardner, is making some improvements on his property at this place, and will move his family here in the near future.