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Mrs. Nora Beers


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The keynote of millinery modes this spring is marvelous art which conceals art. It is seen in the curve of a brim, the slant of a softly tinted aigrette of roses, the tilt of a flashing silk bow -- surely the successful milliner of today, more than ever before, must be a master artist. Mrs. Beers' hats represent the supreme expression of the artist's creation. You cannot make an error in style where the modes have been vouched for by the foremost creators of the world.

Every hat that leaves the Metropolitan millinery store receives her personal supervision. The clientelle of the "Metropolitan" represents the most fastidious. At this shop you will find every day in the year what you want and at a bargain. Mrs. Beers is a contributor to everything that pertains to putting Atlantic to the forefront of millinery.

From: Industrial Edition, published by Atlantic News Telegraph, Atlantic, Iowa, 1913, pg. 83. Transcribed by Cheryl Siebrass, February, 2015.

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