August 22, 1900
Crops are good in this part of the country, corn is nearly ready to gather and cotton is rapidly opening, and in a short while the people will be gathering the fleecy staple. Owing to the price of cotton people will be benefited very much if it holds its own.
As a general rule there is but little sickness in these sultry summer days, and but very little was expected.
The people of Pisgah are trying to get a ten months school. they have had a three months schools six months apart for the last thirty years.
At Cross Roads School House in the near future, will be an all day singing, and the people of the surrounding communities have received invitations to attend.
Prof. Bennett has closed his school for the summer, but chances are good for a ten months school beginning this fall.
Tom E. Joe.