Mr. Moore, of Roanoke, Va., spent a few days in town last week.
Mr. Ed. Greever, of Tazewell was here on legal business last week.
Mr. F. M. Kelly, who has been visiting in Johnson City, has returned to his home here.
Mr. Earl Pruner and family, of West Virginia, are visiting Mr and Mrs. J. A Pruner here.
Mrs. D. K. Banner left last week for the purpose of visiting her daughter in West Virginia.
Miss Ada Alderson, who has been visiting friends in Honaker, Va., has returned to her home here.
McReynolds, who seriously stabbed Combs at Cleveland a day or two ago, has been captured and lodged in jail here. It is thought that the wound of Combs will prove fatal.
Mr. Lawrence D. Goner, of Norfolk, Va., was here last week defending the insurance company in the case of Mays administrator, vs. the Russell Fork Transportation Company.
Charles M. Jenks, jr., operated on at the Lewis-Gale hospital, in Roanoke, last week for acute appendicitis, is, his friends will be glad to know, much improved. His father accompanied him to Roanoke.