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TULSA DAILY WORLD, FRIDAY, JULY 23, 1020
Big workers from everywhere
and the same work clothes every time
"Plowing reaping no matter what the farm
work Blue Buckles are the overalls to wear."
(Signed) Fred McCulloch
Leading corn grower of Hard wick, la., who raised
an 88-bushel-per-acre crop.
"Tough as rawhide, big, roomy
and comfortable that's what I
know about Blue Buckles.1
(Signed) Fred Signer
Engineer of the Twentieth Century
PUTTING a hundred acres into garden truck
working on a thirty-story skyscraper dashing
along the rails in the cab of the Twentieth
Century every one of these workers is doing a dif
ferent kind of job.
But when it comes to the best clothes for a man to
wear on the job that is one thing they all agree on.
They've all tried a lot of overalls, but today they're
all strong for just one brand. They all wear Blue
Like millions of other men on big jobs
everywhere, they know that Blue Buckle
OverAHs meet every test of every kind of
work. That is the reason Blue Buckles are
the biggest selling overalls in the world.
Long wear is woven into the tough, thick
denim cloth. Every pair is always big and
roomy always comfortable. The wide,
double,-stitched seams never rip. The heavy
brass buttons and buckles don't rust or
break. Every detail has the same sturdy,
first-class workmanship the same careful
attention. Big, convenient pockets extra
wide suspenders, a solid backhand, and free
swing raglan sleeves on all the coats.
Wear, comfort, looks, you'll find -them all in Blue
Buckles. Ask your dealer for a pair today Men's,
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"Every pair of Blue Buckles is always big,
strong and comfortable. ' '
, (Signed II. IT. Moeller
Noted truck farmer of St. Anspar. Ia., who makes
his land net $250 to the acre,
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" Blue Buckles stand the roughest
work I give them. M '
(Signed) George A. White
Steel-driller of Edgenioor, Delaware.
Tt I 1.5. If y0u waiit 1 know
where to get lilue BuCKMt, write
to Blue Buckle OverAlln, J.ynch
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Blue Buckle OverAHs
Biggest selling overall in the world