The Ponca City Daily Courier. (Ponca City, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 34, Ed. 1 Wednesday, November 28, 1906 Page: 1 of 4
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ftbe fronca (£tt£ SDathp douriev,
PONCA CITY, OKLAHOMA WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER a8, igo6.
J^IGHT now you can buy a Shire
Suit or Overcoat tq better
advantage than ever before, /a 0
This is the announcement of our annual exhibition and sale of
advance winter styles in Kirschbaum Hand-made clothes. It is a little
later than usual this Fall for two reasons—first, we have waited for
the height of the selling' season when the largest number of good
dressers will be interested; and secondly, to receive from the great
tailor shops in Philadelphia the very latest style creations, representing
the mature thought and careful work of the designers and makers.
No man who has need of a fine suit or overcoat can afford to miss
the opportunity. This is the time of all times when we demonstrate
the value giving power of our men's clothing organization.
FROM NOW ON TO THANKSGIVING, every day
with us will be a busy day-but each twenty-four
hours will help to deplete the stock.
Suits and Overcoats will go out of the store and
we cannot duplicate them in character ot tailoring or
replace them at present prices. The man who buys
his clothes now will have every advantage of selection.
Just a word as to Kirschbaum clothes and why
you should buy them in preference to all others.
They are made in the finest tailor shops in America.
When the United States government wished to put
up a factory for the making of officers' uniforms they
located across the street from the Kirschbaum establishment in Philadelphia and modeled their various
systems and departments on those of the Kirschbaum plant.
You get the finest woolens, the newest patterns in Kirschbaum clothes. They are said by tailoring
critics to be the safest in style of any ready-to-wear clothes on the market. That means they will stay in
style longer. There is nothing faddy or freakish about them. They are not padded ana upholstered out
of all semblance to the human figure but in conformity with the best tailoring dictum are constructed on
natural lines. They keep their shape and good looks long after the fad suit has become a mass of lumps.
They are Clothes a
Gentleman can Wear==
<J!" bT" T ,h< -*«« <■ ■ are clothe j the e.erydav m ,n can put „„ „( „
Sunday or after work and know that he is as well dressed as any man in town
K.rschbaum clothe,I are alway, prai.ed for .heir character-let u, ,ce .bat character" me. , .he. applied
"hai'l chMlrtM°^lI bold- clean H*** of a Kinchbmm auit—-as though the Mm who cut it knew w.i..: he wm d„,„s
• hat 1, character. The man u .ore of hit ityle lie doe« not feel about or fumble hit work.
him« C T'ndr,:°: !? ""h •' «*>■■ — <■>« ha. been afraid to commit
himself how he wanted to a.id didn t dare and so made the whole suit a compromise.
Don t you know some man who always enter, a room as though he didn't know whether to come in or «.av ont-thats
you Appear"tcTotkeri character" Th< cl"th" V< u wear have a lot to do with the way you feel and -ciallv th. way
The forceful aggressive man of to-day doesn't necessarily want loud clothes but he wants directness 4,„| decision in
this expression. Expression largely depends upon the designer, or-as he is popularly known the heal cutter.
With the Kirschbaum house whether it is selecting the goods, cutting the cloth or sewing ti, - .earns you mav
depend upon it the right man i« on the job ■earns, you may
M. B. SHIRE
The Leading Clothier,
Ponca City, - Oklahoma.
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Headley, L. C. The Ponca City Daily Courier. (Ponca City, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 34, Ed. 1 Wednesday, November 28, 1906, newspaper, November 28, 1906; Ponca City, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc175553/m1/1/: accessed November 18, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.