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About Will Maupin's weekly. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1911-1912 | View Entire Issue (April 28, 1911)
Hart, - Schaffner & Marx Clothes
are not merely all wool-there's the fine tailoring,
the correct fit and the faultless style to consider.
The new models, new patterns and new colors are
particularly attractive this spring.
You are entitled in buying Hart,
Schaffner & Marx clothes to a most
positive assurance of your satisfaction.
Every dealer in our clothes is author
ized to say this to you:
Every garment made by and bear
ing the label of Hart, Schaffner &
Marx is guaranteed to be of all-wool
or wool-in-silk fabrics, with no "mer
cerized" or other cotton added; to be
thoroughly shrunk before cutting;
seams sewed with pure silk thread;
tailored in clean sanitary shops; and
to be free from every defect of mater
ial and workmanship.
More than that: The dealer is
authorized to say that if the clothes
are not right, or not satisfactory, your
money will be refunded.
Hart, Schaffner & Marx
We have assembled for the
men of this community the mas
ter production of these justly
famous makers won't you come
in and pass judgment? ,
H. S- & M. and other good
makes in Spring Suits, Top
Coats and Rain Coats Ten to
MARK CROSS famous London kid gloves for
men and women only at this store.
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GOOD CLOTHES MERCHANTS
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