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THE HOCK ISLAND JIG US. WEDNESDAY, JULY 23, 1913.
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Almost Scared to Death at the
Sudden Appearance of Fel
Speaking of dogs, a certain Rock Is
land canine caused enough excitement
down in front of the Hams hotel last
Bight to last anv ordlnnrv nlonunra
eeeker for a year. In fact, tha pup
produced enough commotion among
. aeverai Hundred people who were com
j Ing from the ferry and going down to
I the excursion for a riot call. The pup
. "was sitting In the middle of the street
I at the intersection of Eighteenth and
: First avenue looking in the direction
lot the river when he turned around
.; and who stood beside him but a black
' and tan cur that looked as though he
would fiash his stem lights in the face
of any common alley cat that had a
J desire to chat.; him.
; Wei!, It was too fcJden for dog No.
1 1 and he set up a howl that would have
'! made Black Hawk and bin whole tribe
( turn green with envy. Everybody
; thought it was a dog light and in a few
' moments a crowd of at least 200 had
fcatrj'red around the yelling pup who
oy tn:a time was trying to dig his
' head into the brk.k pavement and
begging for mercy from the blacS ani
mal who thus far had not touched him.
The cur had yelled for several mo-
ments when a Jag stepped out of a
nearby thirst parlor and shouted "mad
v: dog." It was then that the chase
started: Almost to a man the 200
j curiosity teekcrs started in different
: directions and soon every available
' high place was occupied by from two
to four brave spectators. The cow,ard
was crawling along oa the sidewalk
' along the side of the hotel when a
. chesty bulldog came down the street
and after lamping tee situation, pro
ceeded to give tha nolBemaker some
thing to cry about. The pair fought
their way Into the hotel and down the
basement stairs where they were fin
lally separated and thrown out ino the
street The last seen of the poltroon
he was dusting down the railroad
tracks in the direction of the Rock 1
-land depot with the bull pup bringing
up In the rear.
OXFORD SALE CON.
TINUES AT M. & K.
Half Pries for Men's Oxfords Half,
One-Thlrd and One Fourth Off
Ladies' Low Shoes.
mere nas never been a summer
ale of shoes like this never have
you bad such an opportunity to save
on footwear for the family. From baby
to grandma ard grandpa the saving?
offered are unexnujpied. M. & K. are
. well proud cf the unparalleled success
of this event and a deserving buccobs
H should ho for when havo the ladles
- hud tha opportunity to buy tho finest
. braads of footwear at savings of half
to one-fourth? Whore hava you ever
Been oxfords and nunips In such end
lessly fine displays at reductions of
one-third; such stylish oxford ties at
one-half price J2.00 grades at 11.25
and up to $4 grades at $2? Not to
forget the fashionable whit pumps,
oxfords, button shoes at one-fourth
off. "Look at thoso men's oxfords at
half price." J'eny times a day that re
marks Is heard, as enthusiastic pars
ersby take a look at the big shoe dis
play case In front of the M. & K. Yes,
this is a great salefor we're giving
two pairs of oxfords at the price of
one. Join the throng of well-shod
men get Into a pair of M.' & K. ox
fords and save $1.60 to $2.50 a pair
Florsheini 5G oxfords at $2.50. All
men's $4 oxfords at $2; all men's $3.50
oxfords at $1.75; all men's $3 oxfords
at $1.50. Join tba happy crowd that is
paving half on Its shoes at tha big M.
& K. sal. This- is the shoe sale of
the season the greatest shoe sale of
them nil. Wo simply can't be too en
thusiastic about It, The crowds keep
coming and there are styles galore for
all. Jvemeu)D?r. oil laclta' summer
footwear at reductions of half, one
third and one-fourth. Men's oxfords
at half price. M. & K.fAdv.)
Soreness of tha muscles, whether ln
fiuced by violent csrcl:a or Injury, la
quickly relieved by the lies applica
tion of Chamberlain's Liniment. Tnis
liniment Is equally valuable for mus
cular rheumatism, and always affords
quick relief. Sold by ell druggists.
We make it a point to
carry only goods of known
quality and established
is the best knows and tho
best name in photoyraphio
We have Kodak; goods ot
all kinds constantly oa
hand. Developing and
prints doct'by expert.
Robt. L. Hunter
.Bitwesn'the Pcstcfflce and
FOR A FEW DAYS ONLYJ
To Every Purchaser of 10c wortfi of LUCKY STRI
, "Daffydil" Scarf Pins- are the latest novelties.
Ladies and gentlemen everywhere are wearing them;
These Scarf Pins are reproductions of-"Tad's" famous
"Daffydtt" figures and are polished gold plated, with .
solid German silver, stems, also gold plated. '
Wherever these jolly little "Daffydil" Pins have .
been introduced, they have gone like wildfire.
You will be sure to want one of then!, so go to
'your 'dealer aTonce before his supply fe'Wfiausted.
Weare"pff ering you this souvenir because we want
you to knowr as thousands and thousands.of men already
know, that famous old Lucky Strike Tobacco is precisely
what vyou! want for .your pipe or cigarette. We know
that if we can "get you to try Lucky Strike for a few
days, you will become a permanent friend of theoriginal
and greatestof BurJey smoking tobaccos;
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xThe Burley tobacco from which LUCKY STRIKE ismanufactmedis"riot ohly the Best) but'is carefully selected from
the best Burley leaf grown! The unsurpassed quality of LUCKY STRIKE tobacco has been known to millions of smokers
. for gen&rabwns! , LUCKY STRIKE is the original Burley brand
the brand . that !made .-Burley tobacco famous.
LUCKY 'STRIKE .introduced Kentucky Burley forty yews?
ctflfoand madethe wonderful fragrance, flavor and mildness of
the Burley. leaf known to smokers throughout the world!
. In f orty years the quality of LUCKY STRIKE has never varied
and has never, been duplicated. LUCKY STRIKE Roll Cut is today
the choice of experienced smokers everywhere. men who know
that they, have found the best tobacco
LUCKY STRIKE Roll Cut is sold in all the convenient sikes,
from 5c and 10c Tins to 50c and $1.00 Glass Humidor Jars. The
new 5c Tin is the ideal vest-pocket package no bulging or sagging
tobacco, spilled and wasted.
Leading dealers displaying Free Offer Sign
in their windows, now have a small supply
of these "Daf fydil" Scarf Pins to give free:
When the supply is exhausted you will
he unable to get 1 one of these souvenirs.
JJettergo now and try this splendid tobacco. A "Daf fydil" Pin free to
every purchaserof one lOrcent tin or.twp 5-csnt tins, of Lucky. Strike.
CrxII KTrx; nslo Yu7T 7 t . teppbed with these Daffydil Pins and to take advantage of this special 'pSer.
oneciiil Notice to Uealers tu?e
UvIUl i. VJUVV, IU -- willwl J strike Headquarters, Manufacturers' hotel,. between 6 nd 9 p. m. today and 9 a. m, and 1 p. ni. Thursday. Phone East 88.
" ' ' ' - E. EKEEBEEO. .
MAYOR DEFEATS RECALL
James Fathers of Janesville, Wis., Re
Elected After Bitter Campaign.
Janesville. Wis., July 23. Janesvll'.e
last n'ght as gay with red fire, bands
were playing, autos parading, men and
women joining In the demonstration
marking the end of the most sensa
tional campaign ever waged and the
reelection of Mayor James Fathers
over bis opponent, who headed the re
call ticket, John C. Nichols, a former
It has been a camnaien la .which
every church, every minister, regard
less of creed and every women's club,
took part. Mayor Fathers' recall was
sought by the element which resented
bis driving disorderly women from the
city, closing their houses, driving
women and ycung girls from wine
rooms, putting the ban on dice games
and slot machines, shutting saloons on
Sundays and after 11 o'clock at night
and reducing therr number from 53 to
42 and making a liquor zone.
JCichcls was supported by the liquor
element and la the two wards they
controlled, ran way ahead.
rest of the city hismajortty was cut
down and1" Fathers was reelected by
Ministers Joined la last night's dem
onstration and women drove their
cwn cars to the polls during the day
carrying voters. . Mere . votes, were
cast than in any previous election in
the city and more enthusiasm and in
terest were shown in the outcome.
Charges that voters were colonized is
ri's and prosecutions may. follow for
numerous cases of alleged UteaaJ vot-Ies-
rjHE SAME OLD SEASONS."
Thsy Are Just About as Thsy Were a
Cauple of Centuries Ago,
The belief of many people that the
seasons are undergoing some kind of
change has led Professor Ignazlo Gain
to examine the.weatber records of the
entire eighteenth century.
The Investigations of Professor Gall
how fifty-one winters that lanted well
Into spring, thirty-one warm winters,
thirteen unusually early winters,
twelve mild winters followed by cold
iurlaKa,'jdereo. mild.irtBters jtoUawed
by mild Sprinss."e!even coldh'utuiuiit
eight very warm springs, eight sum
mers with frosts and flva very warm
autumns. .There' was one instance of
als consecutive warm seasons. More
than three-qnarters of the periods of
unusual weather occurred between the
middle of autumn and the end ot
spring. Many times during, the eight
eenth century the' same apparent anom
alies recurred at tho same seasons la
several iccesnjre years. In ery. cenm
tbexeasohs regained their normal char
acteristic. .- -", . . -
There bare always ien neuons who
Imagined thnt'ihe swis'ons'w'ere t.Voin
Ind warmer or colder thua before.
There is, however, small foundation
for tfjca' belief. The world bus In- '
deed experienced many cold aummerf
and many warm winter, but sueb sea
sons are not rbe rule.' but the excep
tion. youth's Companion.
Chamberlain's Stomach and Llvei
Tablets gently stimulate th Hver and
iowels to expel" . poisonous matter.
cieauee luo bpiciu, ua w v . v
and tick headaefca. Sold by aU 2rufi-;