Herald and news. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1942-current, June 30, 1947, Page 23, Image 23

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KLAMATH KANCIIKRN are friendly Mk unit It Isn't any effort for them to live up to the tradi
tion of Western hospitality. There U always room under the table for another pair ot feet, hum imiv
Mtlnx ecenea as this max ne found on a hundred ranches whero sunlight and shadow play against corral
fence and ratlin guard.
L A meadow In the fort Klamath country trrda thousands of Jul turh sturdy stuck as theae
well rounded llerefords who will bo market bound in early fall. S. A modrrn water hole on the Llskry
raneh la the Mwan Lake rounlry where thlraty horses sink their muiilee on a hot nmmrr day. i.
( rorral ralli pile up like Jaekatrawa In thU picture made on the Bar-Y ranch In the Yamaay country.
( 4. Another hot on the llnr-Y, thla time at the rattle guard. 8. Wagon wheel from an old burkboard
L atondoaed In the yard of the Yamaay ranch cant an Inlercallnr act of shadows In the lale afternoon
Mil C Young Faul Thomaa suns hlmaelf on a lodgepule pine fence waiting for the cattle to walk througn
Mm opea gate beyond. 7. What fella' wouldn't Iran on the ate aurvrylng the winter wood with rold I
thor ao far away. Paul thinks thla pile la pretty high for a little ahavrr. (All pictures by Wet i
uaoenan oi i no iieraia ana news out no. I, loanra inrougn me courtesy oi jimmy rioya.;
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V2 to 3 ton orders delivered promptly!
MEET OUR D0DGE 7W'
TRUCK SALESMEN
ONLY
DODGE
BUILDS
"fa Rated"
TRUCKS
BILL CUNNINGHAM Kx-marlne
knd well known Klamath Falls
jnuslcian. ile can advise you on the
proper truck for your Job.
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JERRY OLSON Well known car
and truck salesman of this city.
One of Klamath's outstanding ten
nls champs. Jerry has sincere
interest In your truck problems.
j From a range of 175 "JOB-RATED" chassis models, your Dodge salesman has th
. engineering data to select the RIGHT truck to fit your job. save you money. See
j him today ,
Tell him what load- you haul . . . He'll select the proper rapacity truck!
Tell hint the type and a'ize of body you want . . . r4 He " clcct the Proper wheel-
mT base for correct load distribution!
Tell hlra your grade and apeed requirements ... bA He'" gect the proper rear
. s T xle and gcat ratio! '
All other units such as engine, clutch, transmission, springs and brakes . . . will b
j Job-Rated" for top performance with your loads over your roads.
i For maximum economy of operation for long-lasting dependability get the one
True mat Dest tits your job . . . the right Dodge "Job-Rated" truck!
17S Basic "Job-Rated" chassis models to fit 97 of all hauling needs.
imaum mms
DODGE. PLYMOUTH.' RnriCS " lk . D J" TDiirk-e
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122 So. 6th Pkn. nx
Western Wardrobes
Wards Low Prices
MEN'S COWBOY BOOTS
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Brown or block 10-inch soft leather boots with attrac
tive embossing. Flexible Goodyear welt construction.
Heavy leather soles. Sizes 6-11.
WOMEN'S BOOTS Good selection sizes 4 to 8. .. ....
MISSES' & CHILDREN'S BOOTS all wanted sizes
.. ........:i4.95 fflOlj
,..7.98 up
Denim
SADDLE PANTS
Traditional
FUR FELTS
2.89
The style you want . . .
and tnilored of husky
blue denim. They are
sanforised, won't shrink over 1. Waist
slses from 28 to 42 Inches.
BOX8' WESTERNS ...,49
7.50
Western
STYLE SHIRTS
Typical Western hats,
styled of fine fur felt
that can really withstand
wear and weather. Top quality work
manship (Ives a smart, lasting appear
ance. OTHER FELTS .10.00
6.79
Any Westerner would
O. K. these smart shirts!
Th.. ... nimlltv con
structed . . . preshrunk for lasting1 fit.
and is either brown, frey or tan. From
14-17. All wool in eool basket wear,
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