National Geographic : 1912 Oct
The Tailor is Proud of that Suit SSWEGO SERGE is an inspiration to the tailor. He loves to work with it be cause Oswego has the beauty, the drape and hang to accentu ate the effect of smart cut and skilful tailoring. And he knows the intrinsic quality of cloth is there to make the suit stand up and look well through long wear. is a true style-fabric, a thoroughbred serge for the man who cares. A dis tinctive rich blue; Fall and Winter weight-I6 ounces to the yard and every ounce pure wool. Another style-fabric for Fall and Winter is WASHINGTON 1789 Unfinished Worsted. A cloth that shows its quality and tailors splendidly. Ask your tailor or clothier to show you OSWEGO SERGE and WASHINGTON 1789. They are featured by good custom tailors and may be had also in high-grade ready-to-wear suits. If you cannot find them, send us check or money-order for quantity required (3% yards for man's suit), at $3.25 per yard for Washington 1789, and $3.oo for Oswego Serge, and we shall see that you are supplied through regular channels, as we do not sell at retail. AmericanWoolen Compan Wm.atMood.President. Selling Ageney: American Woolen Company of New York, American Woolen Bldg. x8th to xgth Street on 4 th Avenue, New York "Mention the Geographic-It identifies you."