Tazewell Republican, Tazewell, VA

September 7, 1911

Swords Creek

Reese Call is very low with typhoid fever at this time.

B. J. Wysor made a business trip to Blackford Monday.

Mrs. Mollie Farrar spent Friday and Saturday with friends at Honaker.

Miss Pearl Belcher returned Sunday from visiting her brother in Bluefield.

Mrs. P. S. Graham is spending the week with relatives at Pounding Mill.

Mrs. W. H. Call, whose illness was mentioned last week, continues very low.

Mrs. A. A. Wysor and little daughter, Laura Clark, of Richlands, spent Sunday here with Mrs. W. B. Smith.

E. Duncan's dwelling, store and the post office were destroyed by fire on last Wednesday afternoon about 2 o'clock. Mr. Duncan's loss is about $4,500, with about $1,500 insurance. It is not known how the fire originated.