An Opelika negro thus described the method of using the bacon: It was understood that only the faithful could get any of it.
In 1871 he removed to Opelika, was admitted to practice, and applied himself with energy.
Removing to Alabama, he located first at Auburn, and later removed to Opelika, where he has since resided.
She was buried in a churchyard cemetery, two or three miles out, on the Opelika road.
He telegraphed to the nearest Federal troops, at Opelika, to come; when they came, he stationed them on the capitol grounds.
In Opelika a negro womens club was formed of those whose husbands were Democrats or were about to be.