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   Petersburg Daily Progress, The (Newspaper) - August 20, 1912, Petersburg, Virginia                                TOESDAY EVENING AUGUST 20 Flaiiders 20 3 EfiV before buying a w elsewhere We sell you the Car and us OB raw cheap that U never wornet you vulcanizing plant so why send your tubes to both ways We can save you this about a pump We have the pump that saves you work when down Let the motor the work In fact for anything you need for the car and we have fee or will get them at itandard prices Virginia Motor Car Co Petersburg BREAKING t Small change builds up big fortunes It is a smalt change from extravagant living to economy When you are ready to make the change we will pay Interest on the Money You IT OPEN AGAIN C R Macauley New York GEORGE CAMERON President A Vice President V JONES Cashier Fqr Rent For Reni Store and Second streets Dwelling NoV 11 El Washington St Dwelling 31 street Dwelling Kb 164 Grove avenue lt Harming No 4 Bank St Real Estate Agent In Boxes to carry home 256 at WOODS Soda 122 South 6c lOc 15c Fountain If your Eyes bother you consult us litmus COMPANY f OVER TOWN You hear this exclamation SALE too are offering Seasonable Goods At Attractive Prices DROPIN LOOK AROUND ASK PRICES And see what you can save here on your HARDWARE purchases Peterson Joyner Inc Sycamore at Bqliingbrqok Expert Service Meatns I Thats our Eye Trouble see TITMLTJS OPTICAL GO 17 Sycamore St To See Eighty See the Titmus Optical Company Expert Opticians 17 Sycamore Street B HAVE ADDED TO MY STOCK A NICE LINE OF STOUFFERS HandPainted and GoldInitialed Sets Will be pleased to give you prices on maividual pieces or com plete sets SEE WINDOW DISPLAY Titmus THE JEWELER Mrs Marshall is not satisfied with her domestic duties alone She wants to do her share in the po litical and business Mrs Mar shall is said to have discussed inde tail with her husband his actions on the Baltimore convention and when it wasseen that Marshall was tho man Tvho was going to go on tue ticket with Wilson he wanted to know what his wife thought about it It wont he any harder than being vernor of Indiana and if the party thinks you are the man it only agrees with my she said and that settled the matter with Governor Mar shall Mrs Marshall had the honor of be ing the firstwoman in Indiana to hold an ofilce She was appointed county clerk of Steuben county by her father and held that office for a number of years When Governor Marshall and his wife vere about to be married she de cided that her last official act of the office would be to make out tho mar riage license Governor Marshall ac cpmpanied hia wife to the county clerks office and watched her with care as she noted the records in the big book and filled out the license and watched her as she carefully signed her fathers name with her own as deputy Mrs Marshall having blotted the ink said Now we can Not laughed Governor Mar shall we are ail explained Mrs Marshall pointing to the license rYcs but I have to pay for re plied the governor Its all right for you to make it out but its up to me to pay the And he did Mrs Marshall is a keen student and having established the practice of going her husband on all his trips be they short or long they make it a poiut t3 carry along some book Mrs Marshall is as much of a hu manitarian as the governor A glance at some of the bills that have been passed by the 1S11 Indiana legislature gives an insight into the To curtail child labor To regulate sale of cold storage pro ducts To require hygienic schoolhouses and medical examination of children To prevent blindness at birth To regulate sale of cocaine and oth er drugs To provide free treatment for hy drophobia To establish public V To improvo pure food laws To protect against loan sharks To provide police court matrons To prevent traffic in white slaves To permit night schools To require medical supplies as part of a train equipment Governor Marshall has also played an active part in providing for protec tion of labor as is exam pled by the following acts To create a bureau ol Inspection for workshops factories mines and boilers To establish free employment agen cies To require full train crews WELLS IS I EARLYWHE JOB Democratic National Treasurer Is Alter Small Contributor Our MidSeason Sale of Mens and Suits has been wonderful First beauseofthe Values offered and second because of the large and varied as sortment to selecti from have riot as yet served See Window display to convince you ofthisttssertiqn The Great Earl Wil son Shirt Sale is now in full sway shirt a year ago was not known in Petersburg today its many satis ifjpjltWedrers and our greiat assortment of exclusive patterns have made it the best known Shirt to buy for Men who care idl Silk E W Shirts Bomnori E W Shirts E W Shirts E Shirts E Shirts E W Shirts Regal and Marlborough Shirts 85 All Summer Underwear at Onefourth oft the regular prices All belts at onefourth off the regular prices Summer weight Night Shirts and Pajamas at onefourth off the regular prices quality SUk Knit SOc quality Silk arrf Wash FoutinHands 3Bc or 3 for 25c quality Wash Ties or 2 for 2Sc Three Specials as Long as They Last Broken Lots of Mens Suits that sold for and Soft Negligee Shirts soft collars to match Any Straw Hat in the House that sold up to Remember its jail this Seasons Merchandise 85c 95c THE PEOPLE ARE TO HELP Exclusive Mens and Boys Outfitters Norman F Short Mgr 67 SYCAMORE ST There Is to Be No Tainted Money Used in Electing Wilson and Mar shall I New small smooth shaved middleaged man with a coat tan that gave evidence ot much outdoor life recently came into the Waldorf carrying a suit case early in the after noon and registered as Rolla Wells St Louis The smooth shaved little man who is to be the watchdog of the Wilson campaign money from now on was asked for vital statistics whereupon it was learned at first hand that he is a hanker and exmayor of Sti Louis is fiftysis years old was graduated at Princeton in 1876 or three years be fore Governor Wilson was graduated that he has two sons who are Prince ton men and a grandson who some day will be a Princeton man that he had no notion of seeing New York t this summer until the Wilson organi zation selected him as its treasurer and that just at present the one thing that sticks out in the appointment in his mind is that the new job cut in se rioxisly upon a most beautiful vacation which he and Mrs Wells had been en joying in a camp at Little Traverse bay Michigan Mr Wells believes in getting at his desk at 8 oclock in the morning We are going to raise our cam paign fund through the small contribu saidMr Wells I am sure that a large part of tin money will he raised by popular sub scription The people have confidence in Wootirow aud they will give they can of their means to elect such a man president I am a great believer In publishing broadcast before and after election the various contributions There are men who can well afford to give the committee but I want to assure the public that v e aro not going to have any tainted money We are appealing to the people and we are relying on them to help elect Wilson and Marshall I liave two boys who have been graduated from Princeton one five years ago and one seven But it is not because oiirs is a Princeton family that I like Governor Wilson Ho is a great big man and the type that vro should have in public is one of the best remedies made for DYSPEPSIA CONSTIPATION and TROUBLES Keep a bottle in the house take it as directed and eat what you want to Price 50c and New assortment of good FOR Bargains Price 2 Houses Independence 1 House Mabry 1 House Lee 1 House Jones Street 2 Houses rCross 1 House St Mark 1 House Boiling 1 House Union 1 House Lee Also one 19 per cent Investment Invest where you can 425 00 75000 Rents for per year per year per year per year year per year per year per year per year get 12 and 13 per cent on your money Phone 379 126 Sycamore St SOUTHSIDE REALTY Inc R L YOUNG R E LONG W P JOHNSON MORRISON The Drug Man Cor Sycamore and Bank Sts Pawnbrokers UNREDEEMED Bargains This is an opportunity for miss this opportunity to buy yourself a watch We have on hand just forfeited 50 of the best makes such as follwos Hamilton 21 jewel 20year case Elgin 21 jewel 20year case Waltham 21 jewel 20year case Bunn Special 21 jewel 20year case Illinois 21 jewel 20year case Sangamore 21 jewel 20year case they last we will sell them for Originally cost to Southern Loan Office Next to Chesterfield Hotel Real Estate For Sale CO Have It Purchasers for Real Estate Go to PYLE CO No 120 N Sycamore St Phone 838 Is the Magnet that Crowds the VIRGINIAN to Overflow LOOK WHATS COMING t Woodrow Wilson says this is not a time to be afraid to exit in To require safety devices on switch j That ho was not afraid is REDUCED to THESE PRICE Gems Imps Bisons Rex Americans Eclairs Tbanhousers the Best of Gem tae Imp BALTIMORE DEMOCRATIC Convention Bison Special Feature UNDER TWO FLAGS A Cracker jack VIRGINIAN Always 5 CENTS engines To reqxure efficient headlights on engines To require standard cabooses To provide wage etc And Governor Marshall has con sxilted ith his partner on all these bills He is quoted as saying a man cant go jar wrong in taking tha ad vice of a she is his partner as well as his wife demonstrated by his logical speech in accepting the Democratic nomination Roosevelt was willing to crawl from the White House to the capitol in 1003 if he could help his friend Root To day he would like nothing better than meeting Root up a dark alley is The diviuod Republican party like the hoy blowing against lie There will be a lot of bluster hut it will not take votes from Wilson and Marshall Having exhausted his supply of ad jectives in denouncing Taft Roosevelt is now leacins a cavnpaipn of denun ciation of every one who does not agree with himself Farmers have pulled against the short end ot tho yoke long enough Wilson and Marshall promise to see j The Democrats are depending on the small contributor to help elect Wilson and The appeal la being made to Lhe psonie and the people are responding The Democrats are not taking the election of Wilson for granted They are working and working harder than in a score of years and working as a party to S1 to to to We are offering Bar gains in Thin Underwear Alpaca and Thin Serge Coats also reduced Odds and Ends in Pants at prices very low Give us a call ANNIVERSARY SALE THE GLOBE We are offering this week great reductions in all departments of the storfe to celebrate our anniversary in this store As space is limited we can only give you some idea of the big cut in piices Any Straw Hat in the House C1 sold for 50c Underwear Nain SOc Balbriggaii sook Anniver Under sary price wear I ers have awakened to the foiiy of trie so called blessings of a prctec tive tariff s with Wilson means mora thai tUo pull ins tvcn is made more nearly than a mere Democratic victory it restoring real Cor Sycamore and Bank Streets Open Saturday Nights Until P M 25c Silk Hose 50c Silk Hose 12ic Rose 19c 35c Tie g i SOc Shirts 39c and Faultiesa Shirts 25c Suspenders 19c lOc Handkerchiefs 4c 25c Neckwear 19c S 1 lot of and Shoes pr   

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