HUIjAxTHE KOCK ISLAND; APRIL 30, 1920.
TO DE PLAI1TED
f (. Correspond" Cupbell
ft Dcreacd Proanetloa
A " :
Mortint that but one-third of
i.7rtM plowing will be done by
2.. t Cnarlei C. Campbell, crop
HiLiondent tor Rock Island
t i hii monthly report to
.nwtinent ot agriculture, pre
, ceptonlly late planting
SLSach crop ia considered
5 early indications being for
per cant yield. Although
mri to accurately forecast the
rteral fruit situation, the late
iaof the coming of warm weath
made an average crop im-
farmers report rotting at
,taoats in the ground. The -Znt
cold and continued rainy
after has delayed most fanners
IS but little plowing has been
mm. Little work has been under
km to prepare the land for corn
Junttog and this crop W,U prob"
idly be wry late. ,
Of the winter wheat crop sown
hit fall. 14 ' estimated that at
UMt 25 per cent has been destroyad
to the rigor of the winter.
lit condition of all crops is be
low amagfi. rye and hay being re
..a at S5 ner cent.
A Horseg and cattle are reported as
dc nD, tAnt nnrmnl for this
Mriod of tne year, dui sneep anu
togi are 10 per cent below the
fNew Library Books 1
Tbe followtng new books have
teen received at the Rock Island
public library and will be ready for
arcalation on Saturday morning,
"Abrasives and Abrasive Wheels"
-B, J. Jacobs.
"Adventures of a Nature Guide"
nos A. Mills.
"Character Reading Through
Analysis of tbe Features" G. E.
"Condensed Chemical Diction
ary." "Creative Chemistry; descriptive
of recent achievements in the chem
ical industries" E. E. Slosson.
"Degradation of the Democratic
Dogma" Henry Adams.
"Essentials of Americanization
-E. S. Bogardus.
"Grammar of Textile Design"
"Induction Coils" F. E. Austin.
"Industrial History of England"
"Marse Henry;" an autobiog
nphy of Henry Wattefson.
"Motor Truck Design" Ci T.
"Plaining and Milling" F. D.
"Portmaneau Plays" Stuart
"Siberia of Today" F. F. Moore.
"Welding; Theory and Practice"
-R. X. Hart
"What to See in America"- Clif
"Betty Bell" Fannie Kilbourn.
"Boardwalk" Margaret Widde
mer. "Dark Mirror" L. J. Vance.
"Disappearance of Kimball
"Farther Chronicles of Avonlea."
"Gloved Hand" B. E. Stevenson.
"Gold Girl" J. B. Hendryx.
"Harvest" Mrs. Mary A. Ward.
"Land of the Last Chance" G.
"Mellood Mystery" James Hay.
Oh. YOU Tex'" W Ml Rairm
y"0n the Makaloa Mat" Jack
"Secret Battle" A. P. Herbert
"Short Stories from the Balkans."
"Slippy McGet" Mary C. Oemler.
Strait ST Pn Sa rtf TVf SMHm nr TtH n
D- -wwwc v iUVl Liilltl A 111-
Tales of Three Hemispheres"
inaron of Lost Valley" V. E.
Third Estate" Marjorie Bowen.
J all who parade on
Saturday. Get vnnrs nr
217 Eighteenth Street
t-L--;- riags, worns,
wos- ftoise Makers, Confetti
lOX VIEW ICE f O.MPAXY
Davenport Plate Ice.
- " are here to stay:.
fcSV?"0 ls to iv you
ervic" and eTery day
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A : Bigger Volume of Business enables
us to sell at a lower margin of profit
that's our big idea. We have big stocks
and we're offering big values to do a
It's like finding a sung little sum in
last 'year's vest pocket to be "tipped
off to these Hart Schaffner 8? Marx
Suits at $50, $55 ahd$60. .
We are after a Bigger Volume of Sales and
in order to build a biggef business we are selling
clothing at a small margin of profit.
What the Young Men Want
We know they want style- the very latest." We make it our business
to se that they get it. That's 6ne of the reasons we have Hart Schaff
ner & Marx clothes for them. But we know that all men, whether
they're young or old, Want more than just style; they want good tail
oring and durable fabrics that will keep their clothes stylish and
guarantee long wear. That's the best reason we know for our selling
Hart Sc faff ner & Marx clothes and your buying them. They'll give
you all the satisfaction you expect.
The new styles are simple in design; one two and three button sacks:
smart single and double breasteds. We'l show them to you in all the
fabrics. . - " -
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For the Man Who Wants to Economize
here are good Suits at $35, $40 and $45. They have
style. They have value. They have the fit and finish.
Boys' clothes present so many problems to mothers. To
solve them is the best purpose of M. & K. service. For
spring we are showing suits that for style, quality and
value cannot be equalled in the tri-cities.
Like Two Suits in One"
M. & K. two-trouser suits are practically double life,
double service suits almost like two suits for the cost of
one. They appeal to the economical parent.
New Spring Two-Trouser Suits
$18 to $30
Tailored in nobby styles by America's foremost boys'
clothing producers. Models that give boys that real man
nish look. Worthy fabrics, in patterns and colors boys
and parents like.
Unusual Group Two-Piece Suits $18
A group that we lay particular emphasis on,; because , of
their exceptional values. Good, boyish styles in new pat
terns. Pants lined. 7 to 1 8 years. $ 1 8. " ' ,
Boys' Wash Suits,
Middies, Russion Blouses,
Norfolk, Balkans, Oliver
Twist, etc. Newly
arrived 2V2, to 10 years.
$3.95 and $4.95
Straw Hats Black, blue,
green, grey and light
straws, $1.50 to $3.50.
M. & K. clothes are smarter than ever
before in style, model and patterns
The new Norfolk models are all - that
one can wish for so many different
ones to select .from the woolens used
as usual are the finest to be 'had that
is why M. & K. always lead. Sizes 7 to
18. Priced ; .
$12.50 to $35
Special Values at $15 to $18
Blue Serge Norfolk Suits
Single and double breasted mod sis
wjth double seat, kne and elbow to as
sure best service. Sizes 7 to 18. Priced
$15 and .Vj
Boys' Athletic Under
' Boys' Koveralls, $1.75
- and $2.7 ;.
Boys'xNew Caps, $1. 00
. to $2.50
Boys' Wash Rompers. 1 to
8 years, $1.50 to $i.2S.
. Boys Neckwear,
- Suspenders,' Blouses,
Shirts, Belts, Knee PanlS.
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