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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (April 10, 1908)
TH OAIL.Y JMEBIMeKLAN
Tis Easier to
to $5 Than
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Armstrong Clothing ho
: Gooci Clothes Merchants
"Show me"wh$re to save, you say Just step
into our sjfcore Here we will show you hundreds
of chancesjust as many chances as there are
Suits Overcoats and Raincoats in our popular
priced lines, at
$10, $15, $20
Every Garment Saves You $2 to $5
Not just the same as the Suits and Overcoats
others sell for 20 per ct more, but superior to
them. Most of the high-class tailoring houses
that supply us with men's apparel sell to us ex
clusively preferring our immense orders at low"
prices to uncertainties .
We Stand Equally Well With
All Classes of Clothes
BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL MtN, because we give
them the garb of gentlemen for so much less than the
charges of the high-class custom shops; YOUNG MEN be-?
cause the clothes that we supply have all the jaunty new
touches that stamp them as strictly up to date; lyiEpHAN-,
ICS AND OTHERS, who work at the trades or jn.the
shops or on the farm, because we make their wages go
so much farther when they buy new clothes; FOLKS IN
GENERAL, because the great majority ojE mankind likes
to dress well but have to think twice before they let their;
dollars go and have found that thistore The Arm
strong Store always ives long-time satisfaction.
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