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About Will Maupin's weekly. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1911-1912 | View Entire Issue (March 15, 1912)
Armstrong's showing of Spring styles in all that is worn by
gentlemen of good taste and buying judgement was never larger
than now. It is a showing of the products of the best clothing
makers in the world; of the best hat makers in the world; of the
best makers of gentlemen's furnishings.
The Season's Neat Styles
t The English soft roll collar still prevails, but there is a distin
guishable, difference in weaves and colorings. Of course the Blue
Serges are still favorites. The delicate shades of gray and the
modest browns, with light pin stripes, or a neat plaid effect, are the
most popular. We have aU the modish weaves and colors and
fabrics in almost endless variety.
THE MAN WHO CARES IS THE
MAN WE PLEASE
flj We lend all our experience in assisting the man who cares in
making good selections. It is the repeating customer we want
the customer who returns again and again, because he is satisfied.
ffiOM TEN TO FOCTY DOLLAKS
Within this price range you may get just what you want, knowing that for
the price you elect to-pay, you are getting a big value. That is the Armstrong
way. We invite you in to personally inspect our new spring, offerings. We are
proud to show them because we have never shown better.
ARMSTRONG . CLOTHING GO.
GOOD CLOTHES MERCHANTS
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