Items Pertaining to Happenings in Russell County's Capital
Attorney E. S. Finney was in Bristol a short time last week.
Will Ayers, of Abingdon, spent last week with his parents.
Attorney F. M. Kelly made a short trip to Johnston City last week.
Miss Rebecca Browning has returned from a visit to friends in Elk Garden.
Mrs. Samuel Hambrick is rapidly recovering from a severe attack of typhoid fever.
The management of the Clinch View hotel has has been assumed by Charles House.
Mr. Lee Bays, who has had a severe attack of typhoid fever, is convalescing rapidly.
Miss Sallie Lynch, of Barnett, spent last week as the guest of her sister, Mrs. T. B. Lynch.
Jim Ayers, who has been for the last few months in the Valley of Virginia, is back home again.
Carl Gibson has gone to Roanoke to enter this year as a pupil at the National Business College.
Mrs. W. H. Alderson has returned from Graham, where she has been the guest of Mr. W. L. Sexton.
Miss Stella Burns, of West Liberty, Ky., has come to Lebanon to enter school, which opened this week.
The Rev. Herrell and wife have returned from Graham, where they went to attend the Baptist Association.
Misa Miriam Quarles, of Baltimore, and Miss Houghton, of Knoxville, are the guest of Miss Kate Dickenson.
Mrs. J. J. Payne and her son, George Lewis, have returned after spending the summer with relatives at Paris, Ky.
N. D. Smithson, of Washington and Lee university, representing the State Board of Charities, was in town last week.
Judge William E. Burns and family, who have been visiting in Atlantic City for the past three weeks, have returned home.
Miss Beck Browning, who has been visiting in the upper part of the county for the the past five or six weeks, returned home week.
Mr. Crockett, of Bluefield. came to Lebaon Friday with his two machines, one of which will be used on the road between here and Cleveland.
On Sunday, August 28th, the Cleveand church was dedicated, and a large crowd from here was in attendance. Dr. Nighbors preached the dedicatory sermon.
H. A. Routh was attending to business in Bluefield this week. He was accompanied by Mrs. H. A. Routh and Mrs. J. C. Gent, who are visiting friends there.
On Friday night a hay ride was very much enjoyed by a number of young people of the town. The party left at early twilight, and made its way over the new Cleveland road to the top of the mountain, at which point the crowd enjoyed a lovely feast prepared by the ladies.
On Tuesday of last week the sad news came to Lebanon from the home of Dr. D. S. Hearon, at Elk Garden, of the death of Mrs. Clara Smith, formerly Miss Hearon. About a year ago Miss Hearon was married to Mr. William J. Smith of Knoxville. Tenn. Mrs. Smith was well known in Lebanon, her father having been pastor of the Methodist church here for four years, during which time she made many friends. She had been a frequent visitor to her friends here of late, and seemed in the best of health, until late Tuesday when along with the other members of the family enjoying themselves on the front veranda of their home she suddenly died from heart failure. Mrs. Smith was much loved by all who knew her, and her family has the deepest sympathy of her many friends here. The funeral services were conducted at the parsonage, and the body laid to rest in the Smithfield cemetery.
Rev. E. Olivier, pastor of the Church of the Sacred Heart, at Bluefield, has just returned from a trip to the principal countries of Europe. Father Olivier has been in Europe several times, and this year spent the greater part of his time in Italy, a part of which was in Rome, where he visited the Pope. He also visited France and Germany, where he toured the country and witnessed the Passion Play at Obernmergen. He also visited Switzerland, where admired the beautiful scenery of that country. On his return voyage to this country met about fifty priests and delegates to the Euchariatic Congress, which is to be held at Montreal. Father Olivier's many friends in Tazewell will be glad to learn of his pleasant voyage and safe home-coming.
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