Men’s Spring Fashion, 1922

Ad for men's fashions at Barrett's in Skidmore, Missouri, 1922. Text of ad follows.
Advertisement for men’s fashions at Barrett’s store in Skidmore, Missouri from the Skidmore News, March 9, 1922, page 4.

Text of advertisement reads, “Merchandise for Men. In our plans for 1922, we haven’t forgotten the men. We are showing here three items for men that are indispensable. The three departments represented here are well stocked, and we are in a position to give you service of the right kind when you need any of these articles.
Apple Caps – A Head of Style. When March winds blow, don’t hunt the old cap. The new ones are here in just the kind you want. New shapes and colors. Priced very conservatively at One Dollar to Two. You don’t have to go out of town to see a real line of spring caps.
New Spring Ties. You men know the knit tie is the practical tie. You will find them here in the newest designs, blue, brown and black body with assorted harmonizing stripes and figures. We are offering a pure fiber silk tie at FIFTY CENTS. It’s a regular 85 cent number.
Ide Shirts have been introduced and tried. We know of no instance where they have been found wanting. They are tailored right. They will not fade or shrink. Let us show you.
Try our methods. Barrett’s, Skidmore, Missouri.

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