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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (May 19, 1920)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
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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 I will devote every energy to
securing the irrigation and good roads legislation so necessary
to the success of this district
BOOKS BRING AID
TO SOLDIER SICK
American Library Association
Serves Ten Thousand Men
in Nation's Hospitals.
EFFORTS BRINQ RESULTS.
Worki en Vocational Training Clreu-
laled Among Msn Who Mutt Taks
Up Ntwt Calling, Bscaust of
FOR STATE SENATOR
WILSON S. WILEY
X .$! -jflt J
lliKplliil library service tniilntiilneil
hy the Amerlrmi f.lliriiry AxMiclntlon
liirlnu Ilic wiir n end 1 1 id with Brent
n t iic In uldliiK In the rccocry of inuiiy
xjclt iiimI illmililcil men.
There iiru Mill In our ioillnlH more
t'mii I'JOOO former sen Ire men. Ol
t!.i-n nenrl) 8KHJiire In I'uhllc llenllli
Hen lie ln)KilinlN, tin) reimilnder In
dvlllftii liiltnl. Hooks, imiKiulnef
unit neiviiiier nru sent lo tlii-ie men
ftmn the Atiierlcnii Library Asoocia
iln. In tin- Inrk'iT liiltnl, couinln
in.' over .".ik j luiili'iitx, xpi'i'lnl lllinirliinK
HIV lllllM'll. To I lie HlllllIlT llOXpltlll,
ilin.iili (lie (o.iiicnilloti of nimiy pub
lic libraries, library vlnllom nru sent
tn lt iliu wnnli mice or trlcu n week
ami li'iirn tliu liooli lived of the h
llvlilN. A MK'clnl effort Is nimlo to supply, to
escnlce men In tuifpltnlit the bonks
In ik'tiinni) m n result of the training
Eh en by (he Federal Hoard for Voca
Mora Books for Blind.
The A, !, A., In co-opcratlon with
other nsenclea already Interested In
work for the blind, Is printing books
tn the new Itrallle type. Recall of
the her. nets of the revised Ilrallle
adopted for teaching to the American
war blind, literature printed In It If
limited to fewer than 200 books.
Though the total number of blinded
soldtirs Is small, their need of books
Is nrrr.t. and the "magic of print" can
do much to restore hope and useful
nros to them.
Not only for fomer service men who
sre sick or disabled Is the association
worklnc The alue of books proved
so treat to men In camps that efforts
are still being mode to connect dis
charged sntdltrs and sailors with libra
ries whereter they may be. Hundreds
of letters have reached A. L. A. head
quarters from former service men tell
ing of the lack of library facilities In
particular localities to which those
men have returned.
Olrsct Service Provide.!.
In many cases there Is a state libra
ry commission or a nearby library to
which a mnn can be referred for the
books he needs, but If there la no such
organisation through which be can be
served, books for almost any aerlous
purpose may be borrowed directly
from the A. U A. War Service, 24 West
Thirty-ninth street. New Tork city.
The only expense In connection with
these loans Is prepayment of return
potncc on books borrowed.
The A. I A, has published list of
hooks to help ex-iierlce men who are
ttudylng to ndvnniv themselves In
their work. "Five Hundred Kuslnrss
Hooks. "One Thousand Technical
Hooks" nnd rendlns eouwes on prnc
ilml subjects are now In preparation
Other Work Being Dont.
Other brunches of work which the
A. U A. Wnr Service Is corrylnK on In
clude sen Ice to the Mcrchnnt Marine,
Coast (iiiiinl nnd lighthouse, service
to Industrial comtmitiltld which nre
rpHiillnnl from the wnr, service to Unit
ed State forces oversells. This work
Is curried on with money rccclcd from
the United Wnr Work funds, the use
of which Is limited by the conditions
of the gift to these specific purposes.
The service of the Mcrchnnt Marine
department provides Jrec library serv
ice to seamen on American merchant
ships In the form of "crews' libraries,"
bookcase boxes, each containing, about
SO book. These libraries ore ex
changeable nt principal ports. Hooks
nnd mngnilncs arc sent also to men In
const gunnl stations. In lighthouses and
Klamath Falls Cyclery .
We handle the beat In our line,
aueh aa Motorcycles, Bicycles,
Parta and Accessories, Qoodyaar,
Pennsylvania and Diamond Tires
and Tabes. The house of the
two and three wheelers, includ
ing Harley-Darldson Service.
n as siniist
118 i. Stain.' Xlacaath Faitoj
We open store every Tuesday and
Friday from 10:00 a. in. to 4:00 p. m.
Many are tho rtpod things wo can
show. A dollar saved, Is a dollar earn
ed. In buying good thngs cheap as
you may learn, you will nover be In
debt and hnve to skip If you buy your
LUCKY DICK A CO.
201 Klamath Ave. Corner of Cth St
Loosale BMc., Kburaata rsjta
DR. O. A. RAMIIO
I. O. O. P. Balldtec
Now Open for
Mrs. Roa McDaalela,
301 High St Phone 455
327 MAIN STREET
W. E. McABOY
Tiulld anything In tho cabinet
line, Doors, Screeas, etc. ,
Shop at 110 Eighth St.
. 1. C. CLEGHORN
Civil Engineer ud flarveyoe
Office 617 Mais St.
PBeaea: 0oe 100, Ilea. 19U
O. K. FEED ft 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. Wiaecanrar
Dr. P.M. Noal
Beveata aad Mala Streeta
DR. G. A. MASSEY
Fourth and Tine Sts.
In Warren Hunt Hospital
Off. Phone 497 Res. Phone S8M
Offlco Phone 177W Itcs 17711
Dr. H. D. Lloyd Stewart
l'lijslrlnn nnd NiirRcon
DR. F. R...GODDARD
f Osteopathic Physician and
Office and Residence
I. O. O. F. Temple
PHYHICIAN AND BURGEON
Phones 17W Rooms 1 aa4 S
17R White Ballawf
4SO Slain 8t. (New BW. Ls4e)
DR. A. A. HOULE,
420 Main 1I0S Mala
DR. T.C CAMPBELL
PHYHICIAN AND BURGBON
I. O. O. P. BauJeVag
Residence ;Wblte,Pellcaa Hotel
Residence Paeae I.
DR. L. L. TRUAX
WARREN HUNT HOSPITAL
Day Phone, 407 Night Phone,
SAW MILL ENGINEERING
Designers and builders o'f sbikI
ern Saw Mills. Planlni; MUls, B..
Plants., Complete plant coatraci
ed. AppraUals and reports tnaUe
Dredglng. We coutnict to butlil
any class of a building aad lnstl'
machinery of any kind.
Drafting of any kind done. Dlu.
Prlnu made. PHONE 141"
Office In K. D. BuUdlag
vvv(rijiAAii'aririr nrrs'vsii''irvii"i,Tr -
We Do All Ktaoe of Spring Repair.
Ins; New Oaea Made to Order
Axle Straightening aad
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
Pboae aoO-T S17 Klaaaatk Ave. J
,THB USB OF these columns will
make money for you.
Dr. Maud Ingcrsoll nnley
First National Dank Building
Entrance, Room B
719 Main St.
, Jack Moarow, Prop.
Cigars, Tobacco, Soft Drinks,
Peel and DllUiirds
Barber Shop in Connection
"Courtesy mad Service"
I am now prepared to furiii
Shasta Sand from the lloey, Can
and and graTel pit, In any quanm
that may be desired by contract
Klamath-Bend Auto Stage
A dally auto stage service li now
operating between Klamath Falls
and Bend. Offices Rex cafe and Met
ropolitan Hotel, O. I. Reckard.
SELL NURSERY STOCK FOR US
Good territory open, Terms at
tractive. Write for contract and In
SALEM NURSERY COMPANY,,
1030 Cbemeketa St., Salem, Ore.
ARTHUR R. WILSON
Let Your GLASS trouble.
C E. STUCKEY
. Re-Glazing and Cabinet
; Making cv
Eleventh and Pine
EX-SERVICR MEN, ATTENTION i
The regular meetings
of Klamath Post No. 8,
American Legion, will be
held at 8 o'clock p. m., at
the Cltv Hall In Klamath Falls, en
the second and fqurth Tuesdays of
each month. All Comradea are invited.
Niam ifalrlnv tn loin the POSt
may secure application blanks from
O, K. van Riper, rrea nicnoisoo, or
T. H, uanaaan, an qi niamaiB
PaUED NICHOLSON, Secretary-
Klamath Lodge No. 13?
I. O. O. F.
Moots Friday night of each weel
I. O. O. F. hall, 5th and Main stre
Hyinan Weschler, N. (I.; W. C. W
Secretary; W. D. Cofer, Treasun
Ewauna Encampment No. 48, 1
O. F., meeta Tuesday sight of e
week at 1. O. O. F. hall. V. II. No
O. P.: W. D. Cofor. Scribe: F
NEW CITY LAUNDF
"Put Your Duds
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