National Geographic : 1912 Aug
1. 1 "That's the Cloth" pN unfinished worsted, made right, is one of the finest fabrics ever put in a man's suit. Always appropriate for business or semi-dress, it is dignified, rich, tailors splendidly and wears well. Your guide to the best unfinished worsted is this name stamped on the back of the cloth A.W. C9 WA 48 TON UNFINISHED WORSTED REG. U. S. PAT. OFF. WASHINGTON 1789 is a highest-grade style fabric for men who appreciate thoroughbred clothes. It is pure wool, has a beautiful sur face and does not wear shiny. London shrunk, 56 to 58 inches wide OSWEGO SERGE for Fall and Winter wear is a distinctive blue serge of superb quality. Tailors splendidly and retains its smart appear ance through long wear. Ask your tailor or clothier to show you WASHINGTON 1789 and Oswego Serge. They are featured by good custom tailors and used by manufacturers of 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 $3.00 for Oswego Serge, and we shall see that you are supplied through regular channels, as we do not sell at retail. AmericanWoolenComp Wa-tVood.President.. Selling Agency: American Woolen Company of New York, American Woolen Bldg. x8th to x9th Street on 4th Avenue, New York "Mention the Geographic-It identifies you."