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About Will Maupin's weekly. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1911-1912 | View Entire Issue (March 31, 1911)
To be dressed in good taste, in neat, well-fitting,
durable garments, used to presume the pat
ronizing of the tailor. That time is not now.
Today the ready-to-wsar clothing is far superior
to the handiwork of the tailor of a few years
ago. Especially is this true of the ready-to-wear
clothing handled by this firm.
This Season's Styles
Are superior in every respect to the styles of
former seasons. And we have secured the pick
of the output of the best makers. In style, fit,
durability, colorings and fabrics they have no su
perior and few equals. Our system not only en
ables us to fit any man, but to meet the require
ments of the most exacting taste. r
We invite your most careful inspection.
From Ten Dollars to Forty Dollars
Between these price ranges every man, every taste and every purse
limitation is provided for. The price value and more is found in
in every garment. In fact, better values were never offered you.
We have somthing unusually fine
Top Coats for spring wear.
Fine in color, fit and fabric, and
especially attractive in price. It
will be to your advantage to ex
amine these garments.
The spring styles in furnishings
are all here, in endless variety
and appealing virtues. Shirts,
ties, hose everything that will
appeal to the artistic taste.
Your opportunity is right here.
GOOD CLOTHES MERCHANTS
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