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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (May 18, 1920)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
TUESDAY, .MAY IK, II
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H. J. OVERTURF
I herewith announce, myself at a candidate for the nomination
for the office of Representative for the Twenty-first representative
district, subject to the will of the legal voters of the Republican
party. If nominated and elected 1 will devot every energy to
securing the irrigation and good roads legislation so necessary
to the success of this district.
H-M-r-M-M-t I MM I
FOR STATE SENATOR
WILSON S. WILEY
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i IS DIFFICULT
Till: IIAOUti, April 24, (By Mall).
Tlio thousands of AtnnrUnn tour
Ists, who aro axpected to vll t Kuropo
IIiIk summer, will bo disappointed If
thoy look forward (o all tliu comfort
of tlio ilnya before tho wur.
Thin verdict hnii lion nxprcFscd to
tlit! Asuoclatcil I'roxn correspondent
liy in mi y inucli'liiirriiHKud Americans
who, In overcrow ded trains between
stopi nt overcrowded hotel, linvo
run tlio gauntlet of passport bureaus,
frontier (ontrolii and pollco n-gistra-tfon
offices, Institutions which Htlll
prevail In many countries, only In 'a
nllclilly loss d'eren than durlni: th'q
IWporli, and passport vises, nro
iierorxary everywhere Kvcn to make
the fUu-hoiir trip from The llnguo,
Il(jllatid.a lo Uruinalii, IlolKlum. ro
'iiilicn 'il iyH of preparation, and tho
days Korwrally l million. Into VtQuk
If oil" cxpremii'H tho mint extraordin
ary whim to mnl.u a round trip, or
ieer7T round trip..
An Amerlcnn, for Inntnnce, having
obtained In tho I'tilled States a Dutch
Klamath Fall Cyclery
We handle the beet In onr line,
uch Motorcycles, Bicycle,
Parti and Acceisorlei, Goodyear,
Pennsylvania and Diamond Tire
and Tuboi. Tbe house of the
two and three wheelers, Includ
ing Hsrley-Davldson Service.
US H. tta St. Klamath rails
Wo opon store every Tuesday and
Friday from 10:00 a. m. to 4:00 o. m.
Many are tho good things we can
show. A dollar saved Is a dollar earn
ed. In buying good thngs cheap as
you may learn, you will never be In
debt and have to skip If you buy your
goo as from
LUCKY DICK & CO.
201 Klamath Ave. Corner of Cth 81
327 MAIN STREET
Vim which permits him to land In
Holland for a brief stay, desires to go
to Brussels Just flvo hours away.
On arrhal'ln Hollund ha has had to
register with tho pollco, securing an
Identity card, permitting him to have
3 bread card, etc., (for bread Is still
rationed In many countries).
Desiring to go to Ilelglum, he must
first go to his own locution or con
sulate, to have his American passport
amended so as to bo valid In Belgium.
This dono, after n s:lcmn oath that
It Is ncccsiary to go to Ilelglum, the
uould-bc-trateler visits the Belgian
consulate or legation, finds a long
waiting lino of persons with a similar
desire, finally Is attended to, and
pe-ids oft to tho police bureau to
hae his Identity card stamped In
order that ho may leave the frontier.
Hut he mutt surrender his bread card
first and still another bureau',
which Is probably closed f:r tb day.
Armed with a receipt from tho bread
card bureau, ho returns to the police
bureau gets his stamped Identity card
and probably finds the lost train to
Belgium for tho day has gone.
Kx-n when he gets aboard the
train, which may be so over-crowded
that even with a flrst-claes ticket, he
may have to rldo In a second or
third-class compartment, his troubles
aro far from ended. There are waits
and passport and customs examina
tions at both tho Dutch and Belgian
frontiers one examination to get
out of Holland and another to get
Into Belgium, waits In rooms like
. bull pens In which, If the train hap
pens to bo crowded, tho scramble for
la subway at a rush hour Is play In
This condition, t plcnl of travel
between Hclland and Belgium, Is a
'nothing to the difficulties of getting
from Holland Into Oerninny.
, Ilapld progress Is being made, par
ticularly In Belgium, to restore rail
'way traffic to normal, but the short
ago of equipment, duo to war losses,
or shortago of coal, duo both to
strikes nnd war, has reduced the
'number cf trains operated to a figure
. far below that of before tho war and
1 all gencrnlly aro overcrowded. As a
(rule, no reservations of seats, except
on wry long trips, aro possible.
W. E. McABOY
Hulldn an) thing in the cabinet
line, Door, Hrrccns, etc.
Shop at 110 Eighth St.
J. C. CTEOHORN
Civil Eagtaeer aad Sarveyor
Office 617 Main St.
IlieaM: Oflce tao, Rea. 192J '
Dr. -Maud Ingcrsoll Haw ley
First National Bank Building
Entrance, Boom 5
O. K. FEED it SALE
Under new manage
ment Best care taken of all
stock placed in our
barn.' Horses, harness
and wagons bought,
sold and exchanged.
Dr. E. G. Wisecanrar
Dr. P. M. Notl
Berrata aad Mala Streets
DR. & A. MASSEY
Fourth and Pine Sts.
In Warren Hunt Hospital
Oft. Phone 49? Res. Phone 86M
We Do All Kind of Sprlmg Repair
tng New Oae Made to Order
Axle Stralg btealag aad
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
Phone ISSOr 617 Klaasath Are. i
729 Mala St.
Jack Moarow, Pre.
Cigar, Tobacco. Soft Drinks,
Peel and Billiards
Barber Shop In Connection
"Courteay aad 8eTie,,
Klamnth-Bend Auto Stage
A dally nuto stage service Is now
operating between Klamath Falls
and Bend. Offices Rex enfe and Met
ropolitan Hotel. C, I. Rockard.
8KLL NURSERY STOCK FOR US
Good territory open. Terms at
tractive. Write tor contract and In
SALEM NURSERY COMPANY,
1030 Chemeketa St., Salem, Ore.
Practical Painting, Alumlnumlng of
all lronflxtures, Furntture Reflnlsh
Ing and'general contracting.
M. C. TUTH1LL "
lt Roe St.
M7 Mala '
ARTHUR R. WILSON
Loomla Uldg., Hlaawth Faato
DR. C. A. RAMDO
I. O. O. V. BBlldtaa
Now Open for
Mr. Rom McDanleto,
301 Hih St Phone 4SS
Omce. Phone 177W Res 177R
Dr. H. D. Lloyd Stewart
Pli) oil Inn nnd Kurgeoii
Klamath Fills Oregon
DR. F. R. GODDARD
Osteopathic Physician and
Office and Residence
I. O. 0. F. Temple
E. D. LAMB
PIIY8IC1AN AND HURGEON
Rooms 1 and a
420 Main Ht. (New Hid. Later)
DR. A. A. HOULE.
420 Main 10 Mala
DR. T.C CAMPBELL
PHYSICIAN AND fWRGBOff
I. O. O. F. BulWhsg
Residence White Pelican Hots
Residence Phone I.
DR. L. L. TRUAX
WARREN HUNT HOSPITAL
Day Phone, 407 Night Pheae, SM
SAW MILL ENGINEERING A
Designers and builders of snoo
era Saw Mill. Planing Mtlla, Do
Plants. Complete pUnU contract
ni. Appraisals and reports mad.
Dredging. We contract to bUo
any clans of a building and lnstai'
Machinery of any kind.
Drafting of any kind done. Bin,
Prints made. PHONE 14SC'
Office la K. D. BnUdlog
I am now prepared to furnl
Shasta Sand from tbe lloey. Cat
land and gravel pit, In any quant
that may be desired by contract
AL F. GRAHAlf
Let Your GLASS trouble;
C. E. STUCKEY
Re-Glazing and Cabinet
Eleventh and Pine
EX.8ERVICE MEN, ATTENTION 1
The regular meetings
of Klamath Pott No. 8,
American Legion, will he
held at '8 o'clock p. m at
the Cltr Hall In- Klamath Falls, on
the second and fourth Tuesdays ct
each month. All Comrades are in-
Those desiring to join- we, rosi
may' secure application Dianas rrom
o;K. Van Riper, Fred NlehoUonjiar
T. Kf carnasan, an or Kiamam raiis.
' FMD'NICHOLBON, Secrstsry-
Klamalh Lodge No. 137
L O. O. F.
Moets Friday night of each week
I. O. O, F. hnll, Sth nnd Muin street
Hyuwn Weschler, N. a.; W. C. Wei
Socretary; W, D. Cofer, Treasurei
Ewauna Encampment No. 41, 1.
O. F., meets Tuesday night of ea
week at I. O. O. F. hall. W. II. Nort
C. P.; W. D. Cofer, Scribe; Frt
NEW CITY LAUNDR:
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