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THTTRSDAY, MARCH 1, 1922.,
TEE ASHEBOHO COUKIEIt, ASIIEBORO, N. CJ
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'I 111 IM rilN llfcliWI I i i-t-"-im'i Il
. ; You Cordh to Attend our
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-iJliSieiS Op en in g
Thursday? Friday and Saturday, March 16, 17, 18
LOVELY TAFFETA FROCKS
The most up to date line of millinery we lue ever shown in Asheboro. We are now
ible to show you a complete line of Ladies' Dresses, Evening Dresses, Coat Suits,
Coats and Sport Suits. Also a complete line for Misses and Children. If it is Style
knd Quality you are looking for you will fiad it at the"Wagger Clothing Company.
Yours for service always,
Asliebdro,;N. C, WAGGER CLOTHING COMPANY Randleman, N. C.
millinery AT AUCTION! :
Friday and Saturday, March 17 and 18
You are cordially invited to attend our
Spring and Summer
We have made special efforts to pur-
chase hats of the
Latest Styles and Fashions
That we think will please our friends
f C A T TT D n A V ivf A T ri tt 'e?
on. i u ju a x , in rv iv Vj n
Mules, Horses, Automobiles, Buggies, Harness 8
and the greatest and most complete line of Army g
Goods ever put on sale in Troy S
CASH PRIZES GIVEN AWAY 1
B. B. MOFFITT, Troy, N. C.
EARLY HISTORY OF
iet Us Show You Our
n vi I 14.' -1 ill 'ill tr
INCREASE OF 8U10DE3
Soma of tht reason' pven M
lATTninirrm TO WAR'lullcrou For inntcnce, on mn
for f hlra"; first to go, and Hall will likely b tl
- Confusion in C. 0. P.
Thlnirft are not entirely harmonious
regarded In tha Hanlin cabinet. Hayf . WM
hunf himself because ' ha
m. ort rum c.,(!,1a in tna nil wii B w iwm "'
invrv cu ,t . . . i4 m wA
2lM.V. iTtU " W rtfoaJd to Hau,-UWnfVkad difficulty wiUi L?.uS?SS
r,'rlou9 reord to the Waa him. One old maid, left a nota Uktr, of the Shipping boarda, Thera he'"" ,h!lR 'rti J
Jill,! t.s3 v . . t a flUaM la nnt mnit in ih u riMiilnn nf nnininn tM to the tuefol- Troy wvi namea lor jonn u. trgy h
rrnrtion Xollowtn. ine war. A j . IT " ... . .... f irv. in.im..t C.mruL Radobh who practced law n
Mr. H. G. Scarboro a Montgomery
county citizen who is interested in the
history of his county has written In
terestingly in last week's Mont
s;omerian. Many of our readers will
be interested in the article which fol
On the 31st day of March 1843 the
court house at Lawrenceville was
burned, and with it all the records of
the countv were destroyed, save one
book, accidentally left in an attorney's
room at the McKae Hotel. I his wr.s
a terrible calamity to the county. All
the pending suits had to be revived
and witnesses had to reprove meir
tickets with frreat confusion and conU
At this time there was considerable
agitation and excitement as to the lo
cation of the new county seat neaier
the center of the county. The commis
sioners first selected White Oak
SDrimrn near B. Deberry's then they
took a vote of the county. A
majority voting in favor of the loca
tion at West Old field, where Troy
court house now stands, The court
house and jail was completed in 1840 1
and the recoids were moved to iroy
In August 1840. The Hon.' Thomas
Settle presided at the first term of
court in the new building' and Robert
Strange was solicitor.
"'. Tha ccmmlssloners of the . county
at this time were Col. J. L.' Gains,
Wlllam Corrin, Zebedee Ruseell, Mat
tin Rushi Thomas S. Scarboro. and T.
L. Cotton,. The new county teat was
named Troy in memory .of tha vbM
i popular Bute solicitor .AJexanocr
rinn.v..,f Mril Trov. . I know this to be a fact. - 21
K-.v..,, ' V . . "!
at the- W bile w ua vt rooiiun wi , wi.
Wednesday, June 21, to Thursday, August 3.
1922. Courses for primary teachers, grammar
rade teachers, high school teachers, supervis
ors, principals, and superintendents.
Standard college credits leading to A. B. and
A. M. degrees.
For catalogue, address
aftormath of war brought about sucn
nm!iUnn at to CURS life to loose
,f it a nl t rnrtivnnP3 to
o. tho economic and business de-,103
world good enough for me".
Durinn1- 1021 there were MO
Dutham, N. G 1 x
c c v
HOLLAND H0LT0N, DirectX)
JUST DO IT YOURSELF 'j KHeol 'em hhnselL
nesa of Haya as Postmaster Genera!,; Radolph who - practced law
mil- Democrats wpally finding him un-'sTomery County which la quite en er-
"W hen you put en your seclx. an! taur
MoBt-iTJen Dan Boone's old buckskini tH we puncn turougn.
... ',l.u. In V Ynrk. n )ne. of reliable- RTublicen eadws hare left ror. . jonn u. iroy nwver -w.. uia n tm m a wior
:mi(T " -- . .. . . , .l
unrs.U Thin, to-
i ri'v home rridUona,
; r.rriit il-liiie of rrliifiou
i-:.y trtkn amon (ri
f r i " i!-' ' ruction ' It in'
over ii m n "' n-r. uw ..... ."r . v- . v l . -.4.
. 1 . . 1 . .... T kHH. - ... ib. tf IA Mil, Ih IT1 UK LIS DULiri I "I WVI V ' "I'V rvm - 1 1
... i I . . . ., ! r urn u-nn ri u v 11 ltivpei i iiiimiii.' i .1.1 ur .v. 1 h.mi u. .rmnr... . " . - . . -
rrmiimff in wTi vijf" , " r,.-: -. : ,.u IT tv m mv.,, w.nMi..nifrm 1841 to 1843 nerer aaw ioM Ifc
turn of hApjiine a thnuTi iettor lit Bute iMtiier, is Mint watcnea wici" "v ' ' - ' .
in- conditions tha relief of xnfTcrin- days with lnUrt. Utile falUt is put mere were two nowis in iroy ei
and distrp.s to he expected with the In the announcement of his reslfrna, this time, one by Wllllant Lassiter and
r turn of normal mmlne-a artivltic, lion as national commltWman tnf the other y Captsin- Ihmcan McKae.
il.m f-r in the future will show a smrt will probably orpo his jrettin- A Unr portion of the first Inhabitants
... i. t ,, ti .i .'nrrw.m iii ih niiiiiir of out. of Mont ffnmrry county came f rom Vtr-
lninpton rlans l'if ( rMirtlni i 'rnia and Maryland, the wim pun
Dm r',,, r.f li.nvl.l-.m conn- r.f the fiinnly b"in(r 5-otch drrrn.lent
; . .! )., .,, jr 1 ' ' -m I - a-" I il" ir i.tcu( ,:ion v.n lan.i in-'.
.out, hind and fore, .,
to make htm
some more? - :
knew ho'd . ro . barefooted and
When he carved up a redakiawht
threatened bit life
Did he call In a grinder to ', sharpen
bis knlfef ,
lie rot 'em himself. K .
When be knew of the haunt of a
'. mViL (mm tiffl raHI " ' "'' r I
-iirv nina- ey-r-mt i . , , .
iil.i i tor a titnlr In err h:m 7m" diul
- - ' - . - . -
It hiko.l It Mmsqlf..
V,V'r m , (,t' roin v( our h'tii'-.t nl !
Don't Jeave all the mendiny; tor tO-
: M do " . :
Darn "em youmelfl -,
The next time your trouwrr m '
', to be presspd ,
Just say to your notheb "jTr------ j
- down end rent -
III do It myself.
If your basement is liHom! '
' biph and trsth
Dont snd for the baK m
And lo it ynur-irlf.
For rmitr I pia jf i
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