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<Mbw* will «ona« on the Iim Moe
La»a Patrick is .pending the week
. with Ms (tally.
J. T. DeBerry ta mored be family
®>*r to east Bncklegham.
Major J. D. dhow and daughter. Him
»•»» tltttoci at Raleigh ikk
Wa regret to bear Uat Mrs. Daniel
flay hat been qaite uwcU for annl
H. H. Biddle mode ma pleasant call
Mi Wcdamday aad paid for aubserip
Maeara. Hone ocher and Kilter will
Mil Week so the etora nnhd
by Dr- Heater* tire.
Wo Mb with much regret that Misa
Areas Gaddy, who has bora aiafc (or
aoM tbea, la Mill qaiu ,.ck
Bar, W. 0. Wehb Vft laat night fir
MUMore, to hare his daughter trust
•d at Jahas Hopkias hospital.
D>. J. M. Omringteh Jr , of YTadee
horo, spent Tuesday ia Itocklagham
•at d Baa a pleasant caUar at our office.
Mbs W.C.Dsarry o( Exway,and
J. i, Btrtt, at Mwr kns. were plese
aat tod iwsdtablc oaDen last. Monday
Dr. Him tar A Bco. bare anted fteir'
drags end medlohnw to the McRae
e*aed, raocallj raeatad by Mr. Hced
We are pleaard ta lean that oar
worthy major. Bar. W. J Fulton!,
wh* baa boon gaits aialr. to reported
'* *«itof Mta cmmcrt ta oar town,
Mos will be more cord tally welcomed
than Mr. E 3. Whitlock aed hie moet
■lodge,*#*! eeame to bo making hit
mark wherever ha poos. Ha has g»wu
aa Ha tertian In every eourt over which
hr haa pfaalded
' fbt Lehr, Wltlfcine Comedy Co will
B**e awtamtaaaeota ia the aoart bout*
rt* «%hta next wash, conus racing
Mia. Walker haa maned to Hock
toghawi and Mr. and Mrs. Walter are
aaawyylag the reeidence recently va
aeted by F. L. Aotry.
tm£u£jSSu%£ ta^ Wrn of the
Iwaad wife at ear old friend Free. Mau
•waa, ml MaOall, & O.
■ ^Wa hear at tervntl new hooaae to bo
areakad fa* Boat Ingham aeon. Probab
ly aavcfal. In ISa Hula town of Wet
aaweilte, near Boafclaghaa.
M»Jpi Jno. D. Chaw, owe of oar big
gast lawyers cod uldaet rni neat eili
MM baa reseat ly atada improve menu
to Me already bcaotlfwl hoars.
UJaa tome Ur. i. M. StoavUl tbl
to be riding around a liUI« for tceiea
Tkr good Doctor baa born im
prtaotud ae home tar quits a while.
Wa are glad to era that tec member*
•t «ke tegtabtun. up to thla time,
aaata ao« to bo eoamraed In the mat
IMP oi irMiillg tJMl ttteptln| h4Imi
Qaito a r.inaber of tfcn jrenas people
•f Ikt X«lfcod«t diurch pvt *u ca>
tenatom»nt la ten enntt honor Wit
Friday night ta nine fond* for church
Wa are under ekllgetiraw to Mr
Brewa; eierfc, (or a copy of tea “lb.;
•art at tea Corporate CmamieoW
It la neatly gotten ay andeonme ta te
aotopl i lei la every yartiealar.
Mr. JCaca Irooa, at Jonrehora. Fla
wha left thla eeoaty twelve year* ago,
teade ate plaawutaalloa WedawaUy.
and paid Me onbeoriptfan to Headlight.
Tbta makra tea elate aew ottteeriter
Mva. C. M. Habte cad children, IIt
Ha Xka Maria cad Mooter Chari!.
riattlag Mro. J. If.
'Mr. MaM anteaa at Ilaatlrt oul
> a reward
ad delivery to
'■:>_^ "J, *«al
^aMla. ibargrd with I tag Jolla Am
. that ago B*rd
lia thtolaaae at tea H«ad
bttao efcleoa at gteale'o
ara la atteh
l mewling or or thrat k
" Ifooaya tee fv>
pteart fgaatly worried aver tew matter,
wad that, X they are ant wwted Iw
famaaarrt, tea aravier will bo brought
ta tea aallaw of tev grand Jury.
Wa moot gthtofoUy eypmafon te*
fcltadtaaM at aooMMy at nor oot'eeriterv
to tea log up terir taboTfH.U».T In
aN oar feumaMatfe r«pvr,a*tv, wo
baaoaerarfcvoa treated eoaall. Wa
Mgoov teat w* feed to write fmi ear
Me*, a tow oaarei, hat wo kora merit
S5£ atato far ooovy aid ana wa
^ TW wU |ii|inl.in ^ OoU
Written fear tbe Headlight.
"Dclighlfui task to nvf tho lender
To tesej; tho young Un bow to
Tho world Ucday boars evidence
of th* great ax tent to which the
powers of the luititn tniud have
beonma awakened. There is no
accounting for the puesihililicf in
caaed in a human soul.
Who would have thought that
u “we* toddler"—tha child of a
poor wether-woman and not al
lowed to enter tho houses of tho
riob, but sent to the kitcheu to
oat and roup with the little dar
key*, would ever become President
of these United States?
And through all tbe oat ego rise
of life, other instances are vividly
perceptible 6/ greatness being at
tained from, the very base of tbe
ladder on which thoueaud* have
mounted to tho topmost pinnacle.
IIow weighty then, the retpon
sUtilitiet developing upon those
entrusted with the care and guid
ance ef youth, the xwrent* llr«t,
the teaeScra next, and like th«
preacher* of the gospel, who pro
claim* tbe unsearchable riche* of
a crucified and rite* Saviour to a
fallen end porisbing world, it
must be tho truth, the whole truth
aixl nothing bnt the truth incul
cated Into (lie youthful minde, for
au erroneous impression is never
wholly eradicated; |M*rniciuua in
Hncnoee most be conicmmed and
nangfat but a pare and noble dig
nity encouraged and maintained.
Let tlioec who are in occupy
oar place* upon the great arena
of life l« encouraged to seek a
higher, etill higher plane of exist
Oue who. hat long been accus
tomed to watch the alaority with
which the meutal vision grasp*
the axioma recorded in the text
books, confesses else finds not on
ly congeniality, hut aashnilataa
| the situation to '‘voices around
the Throne.” What music on
earth can be compared totheriiig
iug laughter of happy children et
they anmee themselves upon the
play-ground or raise their sweet
voices in ebauting tho praise* of
the living God?
Then peering into the dim vista
>f coining years, can behold the
i germs of greatnews fully expanded
and shedding a halo of effulgence
ik the galaxy of a nation's glory, j
Veteran* of Kichmor.d county
will meet in Rockingham on Tues
day, the Cnl oT march to elect of
fice™ of Camp 820, and delegate*
to attend the re-anion at New Or
leans, May 16th, 1608.
W: I. Everett, Commander.
TP Rearer Irani Teacher*.
In ennsoqnence of the inclem
ency of tbs weather, 1 failed to
hold the Teacher's Township meet
ing for Bearer Dun and Mineral
gpringa Tbs meeting* for these
township* wilt bo held a* follow*;
Bearer Dam. Friday, F«b. SOlb,
and Mineral Spring*. Tassday, the
16th at So'clock p. m. Evert if
any schools here been closed we
hop* they will he represented.
J. H.JlValsh, C. 8. 8. .
To School Teocber* and Con*
In a preview man* of the Head
light I requested that the teach
er* not ohwe their acbnol* before
they bad taogbt a four month*
term. 1 did thia with the amor
sue* that (Mats help would be
iwnd*r*d in good time to help the!
needy school*. Mmr I am advised
by the (Nate Sapevinlmdeut that
the appropriation W tile second
flOCMVri.CO U -not In hand or in
sight, and may wit be availshte."
For this rviteon, 1 herewith advise
nil committeemen to clues (heir
•ehoolde when they bare taught
oat the money on hand.
i. H. Walah. 0,8 8.
Carry yaw chicken* In H. H
Smith. Ha'll hey them.
Captain Richmond Hohaon, of
ma fame" haa resigned
Maoflkoaaa naval aoostmotor
in the nary.
Some of Pee IVe1* fair ni paid
their reapecU to our village last
Mi« Eleanor Sounder* *]>ent
two or three daye in Rockingham
lost week with Jo*ph Gibson's
Min Melina Dnwkiue, of Con
dor, Montgomery county, woe
visiting her eieter, Mrs. W. M.
Turner, last Friday, Saturday and
Mian Ida Nicholson is making
pn<|>aratit>iis to tnko a oontwe in
school at Saufonl, Moore county
She contemplate* leaving about
the 12th nit.
Shooting bee* in Tcxn* waa the
program lost Saturday night in
this village, by some of our youug
people: Wish they would kill
some rearer home.
There ha* been, more cotton
•old nod hauled to this mill since
the first of January than' any
time previous, and it still contiu
nea to come. We don’t know how
they managed to get over the gul
lina mill 1ml.I t.Kesir IssniiMr
Mr. 8. K. We Mi and Mix Min
nie Sullivan, of this village, were
happily united in the holy hoods
of matrimony last Sunday morn
ing as 8 o’clock by Rev. 8. R.
Mercer. We extend to them our
kind congratulations sad may
their future lire* be crowned wtth
succcxfnl devotion and happinxa.
Mrs. Gurgainus and daughter
havo arrived. Gladly we welcome
them with ns.
Mrs. Joues, formerly of Carth
age, is now with her daughter,
*>s. Hancock, where sbs expacta
to.make her home.
Misses Ada Davia and Orace
Caudle went to Steele's mill last
Misaes Mamie Dolton and Jou
■lie Tyson, and Mr. Tyson visited
Roberdcl No. 2 last Sunday.
We regret to learn that Miaa
Florence tlsaery is very sick.
Mr. llssery returned home last
Wednesday night from tho bos
pita! in Charlotte, where lie has
been treated tor cataract on the
oy<s. Wcarugliid to note that
his eyesight is much improved.
Mr. A. F. Alden has accepted s
position in this mill as beamer.
Three clieers for tho -Poe Dee
string band. Sunshine.
Roberdel No. 9.
Un McKinnis returned home
Thursday, from a visit to her par
ents iu Munlgomrry.
Miee Harali Torn Ashworth u on
the tick list this week.
John McCaekill and wife were
visiting relative* here lost week.
Mr. tud Mr*. (Jill's Pence spent
the day with their sister, Mrs; Me
Mr Onlledgn is still drilling
sw^jr. Hs hse Umn to shite flint
ruck sod is still going. Tbs will
is oeor three hundred feet deep
A Sunday school wn» organised
hers last Sunday. Mr. Wilvy
Dawkins wilt superintend it.
Hops all near hsr* will attend
and help ns nut. We will bo glad
to have any mlcister that ran and
fssls like it,'to nail sod preach
fur as when convenient. We live
so far frost church that town con
n'd. get to g.i often.
___D. O. R.
Miss Amanda Ourria left Mon
day morning for Ellsrbe 8t>ringe,
where aim will tench manic.
Davs Sedberry was a visitor
bars Sunday. Ha left to come
Tbs greatest drawback in the
labor* rs are barrooms. Uafortu
•stelyowr town in serssd with
Ibsm and a gnod perssnl of the
wagss stops at them. Anyone
wbo drink* dove not saw any t Mug
nor do they save In. Ligwor It
tbs aonstsr enrss to Ml working
To inv mind the bijtot way to
improve tho condition. of the la
boring poopls ie to| gire their
children more and k^-ger school
term*, to teach tbeig economy,
honesty mi I industry ^nd to keep
them in the fear and Ibve of Qnd.
I havs no practical knowledge
of the sffoct of working children
in mills etc., and am ant in a po
sition to give any opinion of any
value, but if a good nlwy of old
er ones would go to! work and
aend their children to School they
would fowl better, I 3. x.
J. T. Bruton and WiJ. Onnsby,
of Cordova, visitors h^ee, 8nnday.
Lumlier u being pinned foi tba
fraction of overseer F/8: Terry’s
cottage, near Mr. Ed ’ferry’s resi
Everybody ought ti r ad Bill
Arp’s letter of last weA.
Woold suggest Rickard Olney
as a suitable uamo far' 8. T.’s
baby, of Robenlel. ,
Sorry to hear that! Mi** Julia
l>«ui was sick on 8aU^duy.
Mrs. Stogncr, who ^as so pain
fully hnrt by a fall »|verttl day.
ago, is slowly improving.
Herman O’Brien lias been on
the sick list several d« ys with la
grip po. Eis moths continues
Captains Trncy am Vic seem
to be desirous of Sa ding inure
members to the,bund.t
Glad to always read inch letters
as your Wadesboro on respondent
write*, flops lis wOJ Continue.
■hw$S"i«5k" ' '
The weather keeps wet and
thuiw is not much Iteing done, but
catting and hauling wood.
The sick and - crippled in this
community arc getting some bet
ter we aro glad to say.
Hampton Covington was visit
ing at Mr. Holt’s Sunday evening.
John Webb and Misa Snead
were visiting about Buckingham
Mr. and Mrs. Harrington and
rou Ellis attended Miss Nellie
Henry’s wedding at Rockingham,
A certain widower likes to crom
a certain red, rocky hill near bore
occasionally, on Sunday. If he
captures the prise don’t be sur
Henry Rush’s son, colored, cut
his foot yrutly badly o, e doy laat
Willie Thrower, from letwell.
Moss., is visiting his father, M.
J. Thrower. We are glad to eve
Pm Dm Now 8.
Mite Stiei* Alim it ndiug
tome time with relative* iu Moor*
Olwl to eee <mr old friend, Tra
cy Worley in thii Tillngn Sunday.
Mm Ethel M«or», bf Marili
rille, viaited Mi*a Blanche Shore#
Nr*. O. 0. Baldwin, of Mai**,
•p*»t aoveral ilajt with her moth
er, Mr*. Carr, at title |'lane lait
Mr*. Mora Thome* In* n»nr*d
bar family from Laurel .lill to
tl»S* plain. We git* them «"cor
dial wt Iconic to rair town.
Mr*. Roiicrt Thnnm*, of Mid
;wny, w«* vuitiog relative* here
Mia* In* (Godfrey, if Wadaa
boro, I* with bar mother at thb
plane. We nuder*tend that bar
mother will return with her to
Wadaatinru in a few day*.
Jeaea Baldwin apant Sunday
with hi* fa-bot in the country.
▼. 8. C.
Ereetl lot mowBak* cracker* at
0. U Smith'*.
RoanCrnam Obaw* at H R
Ex* ay. Dear Deadlight—I
•rill write you mv first letter. I
•ni going (o school'and my l acli
er’s name is Mr. West Luther, and
I like hirv very well •> for and 1
like my playmate*. My pa; a lias
lx-en sick for two years. 1 b< p
that when I stop going to srIhioI
1 will know more ami cau write
better. 1 wish I could get a copy
or your po]>er ouce a week, for I
like to read it, l>nt I aiu uut able
to pay for it. The farmers in
this section are busy now. 1 have
I four sisters tad six brothers. |
Boose of them are in school. 1
hope that uiy letter will not l.e 1
laughed at, for it is my first, and
*o I will close hoping to Sec my
letter in print. 1 am sorry tliut
1 could not do lxHier. With
much love to you aud the cousins
Suo Thompson. I
Covtxoton. IV#r Headlight—
I will write for my first time. 1
am Q little boy 11 year# old. 1
mu going to school to my cousin,
Miss Haiti.- Davis, and I like bar
very much. Wall, I will tell you1
aliout my grandparents. Both of
tuv gtaudfuthers fought in the
Mexican and Confederate wars.
One of them is dead. The other
is living, hut ha ia vary* old. He
is in his ftoth year. Wo are huv
| iig some very cold weather. 1 go
to Kutulay school iv*ry Sunday
that 1 can. My teacher in Sun
day school is Miss Mamie Bald
win. I will elosejny letter now.
A. B. Green
Rixnnaa. Dear Headlight—I
think that the huger buys and
girls ought to write more on sub
jects, so l will take for my sub
Dancing is an act of play en
joyed by people before Christ's
lime, and has lieen continued ev
er since. King David praised the
Lord with stringrd instruments
end dancing. 1 do not think
there ia soy harm in n social
dance, but I do thiuk there is
harm in a public dunce where
everybody goes. It mutters little
iwhat they are or who they are.
I will dote by nekirg a question
; Who invented the wireless tele
of the condition of flie
of Rockingham, N. C.
at the cloao of business on Febru
ary 3th, ItU). Cu: <Wu» d from
report to North Carolina Cor|Kira>
Loan* and Discounts—4oJ.714.lU
Banking Huhm. . 4.2U0.00
Furniture mid Fixture* LUGO. 00
Cash on hand dc in Bfc». 48,888.23
Capital - 15.000.00
Undivided profit* . ...-1.861.61
Depoat* subject to check 83.074.48
104 056. W
I. L. fl. Oovinrtnn, Cashier nf
the Farmer’* Raiik, solemnly sweat
the »im»i atatrmniil hi *w true to
Hie 1*eat M knowledge and lielief.
L. 8. Cuvikoto*, Cashier.
Elate of North Carolina, I
Richmond County. I
Sworn and eobtorihed to Iwfim
mo tbia Hth day February, HKM.
J. L. Bobby, Notary Public.
R. L. flteela, )
J. M. Smith, J Direvinr*.
i. B. Caudle, ]
Thn supremo court (a now Ir
•cation Chief /netiee Clark ami
Associate Juetieee Walker anr
Connor are at their fuel*.
Orange*, apple* and Manana* n
II. H. Emil h e.
Our county cuinmisaiioiiers will
have their hands full to-duy. Ka
shira their regular aniline of busi
ness, they will have In decide on
isaiitiug liceuse of two cnochdntm
for retailing spirits. Mr. Mills,
onr only l>ar-neon man, who u
now soiling liquor, ischargsd with
having violated tile law i f soiling
liquor to minora, und a |ieiitiou
by the citizens asking that his
license lie revoked is the conse
quence. The other is Mr. Uigh
towor, a new applicant, is charged
rich having violated the levontp
la*. and also a case in court foi
an affray. The petitioners <lo not
think he is u suitable man fur
•oiling liuuor and for thia reason
the commissioners will lie forced
u tin grant him license.
Geo. Parker will o m.neuoe the
erection of n cottage in weal
Wudeslairn at mi early day.
Will laicns will also liegiti
building nt mi early day iu south
A long telt need of Wadeabom
««»coneiinimated last week—the
organization of n reality company.
It ia c.nuposed of the wry best
voting material that we huvn in
our community. Fred Coze, Esq
is at tlio head. Young men ot
progr.swive mimla wud indomil
able energy compose the balance.
Dr. J. M. Covington, Sr. is not
hilly one of our most efficient phy
sicians, but a most progressive
citizen. He has built an ideal
home iu our miilst, and is an im
portant tneialier of the b-sly [»►
litic. Let Richmond county send
its mom ufsuch man.
The cowboy president is at it
agaiu. Not satisfied with injur
ing our people by hi* niiarepr*
senuiting them, lip must invite
them to Ilia nigger soiree, not let
ting them know that cu.Dh is to
lie the guest of Imnor. Give the
dog rope enough and he will hang
himself.” 1 am glad that some
of tho SoUthoni representatives
had Self-respect enough to leave
the white honae.
The negmoa in mnaa meeting
endorsed R.-osevelt in hi* action
and denounced the south in lan
guage that means a great deal of
danger to them, lam sure they
have nothing to gain, hut a great
deal to loae. E. F. F.
I,. II. K-JBI.'fckJX, I.. It. WILLI AM*
T. L. CAUDLE.
Akd Rsai. Estate r.«XT».
Office III Bank Build lug,
1 HAMLET. N. C.
Application will bo made to the Urn
rrsl Assembly of North (tarolliia at its
•osslon in 11SXJ, to imorpurate and
charter the Bank of Hamiet with ils
principal office and place of besiursa
in the town of Hamlet, Ricti.iCnd
scanty, Berth Carolina
This Dec. 81, IIWL'.
Mortgagee's Sab of Land.
Ilj virtue of the power contained In
a Certain deed of mortgagro, usecutad
to A. U Convening and J. W. Hlimp,
on the 3rd «laj of March 1698, by Jno.
McPherson. and reoonied in Book
BUB, page 222 in the oflloc of thi
llaykCnr of Deeds for Hiehnroinl Conn
ty ; and whotea. Ibe iulervat of tha
said J. W. 311 tup liaa been assigned to
me, I will on Monday the of 2nd day
of Match, I9US, between tha hours of
10 a m. and 2 p m., offer for talc al
public auction, for cash, tha following
ileaerilied tract or parcel of laud, lo
first tract. Beginning at a pin*
three pine pointers near tlio old road
leading from McLean's bridge to the
fulling mill and on the weal side of lit*
'irad of Long branch and runa 3 30 K
3b clutlns to a corner; theno* 70 Eaat
<0 clmins to a comer i thrnoe N. 30, W.
3 chains to a comer, thenr« direct to
the beginning, containing 100 acre*
granted to Duncan McPherson on the
-7th day of Noyember 18.8.
! Uocoud tract Beginning at a pitta
imong pointara. the fourth nornar of
Duncan McPherson's 100 acre surrey
and runs north 80 W 20 chalna to 8
corner, theuc* South 70 \V tu chain*
to it corner; tin nee South 20 Kaat It
chains to a corner; thence Sooth TO
I tv. .chains to a comer; thence 8ooth
16 K 10 chair,a to a comer; thence 8
67 W 13 (0 chalna to an oak two pin*
pointer* in his owu line ; thence 8. 80
K '39 chains to the Long branch: tbenou
up the meanders of said brand*, to said
McPherson linn; thence as said line
rv versed N 81 W 17 chains to a pin* t
pine pointer* the beginning corner of
said Merheraim's survey, thence the
home line of said survey reversed If 70
B *1 ohalns to Ui* beginning contain
ing 100 acnssereepilng-J acre* that am
now enclosed uw) in eitlilvstioci.
A. O Corps uing and J. W. Sllmp,
A. G Uorp'n'ng, assignee,
J. W. Lolirand. Atty.
This tbe 2f dry cf January 1903.
Commissioner's Sole of
By virtue of tlir power oonUinc<l in
a decree of I lie 8u «erior court if H'ef--*
mond County N. O., made by Juo. ]..
Evrrrti Clerk. on the 16 day of Jain *
ary 1903, In a certain spectator export c
pruruiOinjpaliflMin W. K lteyuoMa
And other heire-at-law of John Rey
nold* deceased tre p’diionen, I will
on Monday the 2nd day of March,
iwn nl 12 d'Hooi noon in front of the
Court Ilouse door in tho town of Rock
ingham in «aid Hint*- and county, offer
fur talc for cash to the highest bidder,
tho following described lands, the
tamp being the laud* dose tilled, in tho
petition In Mid *p. del proceeding*.
A tract of land situated, lying snd be
ing in Stoule’s township in said Slate
end county adjoining die Coleman
tract and other land*. Beginning at a
chestnut oak on the Sugar Loaf Mono,
lain, supposed to bo a corner of the
Cnieinsn land snd runs s* a. line of
Mid land Soul’* #5 W, <( cliaiua to a
stale: tnoncc K. 00 W 23 chain* and
60 links to Coleman's Crock: thenoe
up the yariniis courses of said ereok
•boot AO chain* to a ttaka by a stoop,
ing maple and 3 |>lue pointers.- thence
rtouili 46 E 70 chain* and60 links, peas
ing, through s small blearing made by
Wm, Mrseham to a stake by a blsek
gum and drsid sosMfraai thence 8 46
I w 36 chains to a pine In the Ooleman
I line: Ihenee with said line N 35 TV IS
I chain* and SO link# in the beginning,
I containing 380 acre* more or loo*.
1 John t. Cameron,
Loin in lesloner.
January 27th Iff®
If you call once and do not find what you want do not
think I will not have It next tlmo. 1 have new goods com
ing in every day, aud if votirs are not in orta lot, they may
ha in the next. I have dctorminod to keep what the peo
ple want. So continue to call and I assure you that you
will pet fresh goo 1* at reasonable price*.
Big lot of'"stuff" just ordoreu. They are all freeh
from the factories or mills.
(live me a call before buying. I will make it to your
I BUY Balter, Chirkwns and Kkk*. Corn, Fra*
and almost anything the farmers rxiso.
yours to wrre,
With a Free Delivery.
Henry H Smith.
Behind the Court Honno.
Tata ta in *!*• nolle* that apptlna
lina will b' inad' vo Ibn Oonorel An
aombty of Honk Caroline, el Ita pr*o
ont ami on, m emmd tha tbarlar of
’ lb* Town of Mocb'r.*hani.
! Jan oar/ l*th, Iff.
IUMI Xaptrvloor'* Meatier
The road itiper vieor* of Wolf
Pit lowoahip will meat at Oak
dale Academy, near R. M. Bo*
gac'i Saturday. Feb. SI. All
irre-areia are expected to be pr*»