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About The Wageworker. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1904-???? | View Entire Issue (Dec. 14, 1906)
E MAY be your husband, or your brother, or
some other male relative. Again, he may be a
. friend who is likely to become a relative "by
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A SUITABLE CHRISTMAS PRESENT
PRESENTS WOMEN BUY
. We have them in infinite variety suitable Christmas
presents that any gentleman will appreciate. No ques--tion
about their being in good taste. No question
about their durability. No question about their being
appreciated. Let us enumerate:
VESTS, SILK SUSPENDERS,
HAT BOXES, SHIRT SETS.
Really the list is too long to enumerate. But anything
selected from the list will be suitable for husband,
brother, father, son, nephew, cousin or "Him."
FOR THE LITTLE
Our Children's Department is stocked with the largest
and finest line of children's wear ever brought to Lin
coln. We invite your inspection. ,
The' Suits and Overcoats we handle are made right,
look right, wear right and are right. The prices are
right. Our guarantee of "allrwool" means; all-wool
every time. The "mercerized cotton" fake is not counte
nanced by this store. All-wool suits from,( $12.50
to $50. All-wool overcoats $1 2.50 to $4p.
We call especial attention to our great overcoat sale now j in progress.
Could there be anything nicer or more appropriate than a hafidsome, ser
viceable overcoat for a Christmas present? I
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