Lebanon News Briefs.
J. R. Laird, of Tazewell, spent a few days laet week looking after business here.
Hugh Matthews, of Kentucky, is visiting friends and relatives here this week.
Miss Don B. Shuler, who has been visiting in Roanoke, has returned to her home here.
Mr. Benedick, who is now located at St. Paul, spent a portion of last week with friends here.
B. T. Wilson, who has been absent from town for several days, has returnled to his home here.
Attorney J. Irby Hurt, of Abingdon, was a visitor in town last week, spending a few days here looking after some legal matters.
The Reverend Mr. Shuler, of Big Stone Gap, who has been visiting his daughter, Mrs. C. C. Burns, has returned to his home.
Dow Fletcher, who was so seriously injured recently while coming to the Democratic county convention, by being thrown from a hack, is still in a precarious condition, and his friends are very uneasy about him.
Captain Finney, father of our esteemed townsman, E. S. Finney, died at the residence of the latter on Wednesday evening, the 11th. He had been ill for some time, and due to his age little hope of his recovery was entertained. He had reached the age of seventynine years.