Judge Wm. E. Burns is holding court at Grundy this week.
S. W. Aston, who has been off on al business trip, has returned home.
Mrs. E. S. Finney, who has been sick for some time, is able to be out again.
H. L. Kidd, who has been at Swords Creek for several days in connection with some legal matters, has returned to his home here.
Bernard Lynch and his family have moved to Lebanon and are residing in the house formerly occupied by Ogden Thomas on Main Street.
B. T. Wilson has returned to his home here after attending a session of the board of trustees of the Radford normal school which met in Richmond.
The Clinchview Hotel caught fire on the 19th and it was feared for a time that the building would be destroyed, but the fire was put out before much damage was done.
The board of supervisors met here last week and attended to some important business that had been brought to their attention, particularly in regard to the roads now being constructed in this county, under the recent bond issue of $275,000. There is now employed in this county a force consisting of about one hundred convicts, and they are building a stretch of macadam road in Castlewood district.