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50 PER CENT. VEGETABLE MATTER. KLAMATH'S GREATEST BARGAINS AT $25 PER ACRE AND UPWARDS.
THE EVENING gEMLD
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HERALD PUBLISHING COMPANY
W. O. SMITH, Editor
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THE MATTER OF GETTING GOOD GlwC'KKlKs
Ealing is much of yom life Naturjilly s ".11,1
goods. VVc have them ami it's up to you t , ,.,
hitcly the best. UST PHONIC 51b Wr'il ' . utf. rcM '
VAN RIPER BROS.
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Dally, delivered by currier, one wevk.
KLAMATH FALLS. FRIDAY. OCTOBER 80. l'JOS.
to tum 11 turlliinii'iit, win imlillHht'il !itii l niilh tnnkliiK
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leal liTiiin mill now Jiiimiioho i i-i mi In- in nu l.il. f:i(i.iin nun loi !
uluO" that inti'iincti'it li.ui' Juki iiiniitln umk In I ".' I on tin lliii'i'
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Itor proof of tho stati'sinaiiihlii or lliolii In I me lot tin- loiinm lo sit up
The Ready-Made House Company Ornnnired. ami tolic'iiutlmr ' ml i.iko notuv
iticorporateil under the laws of the State of Oregon, with .1
e.inital tnck of SI 5.000. dmiletl into 1 5.CKX) Nhare-u of the ar llowmii tionlil'H wito Ih niin hiin' Tl miumiKii h moi Tin- lotult
THE READY-MADE HOUSE CO.
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
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value of SI per hnrc, ami to have
iihI ueiicral ortlcc at Klamath l:all
it niauufacturiMt; plant r illvoru unit for an lucrrano In ua Ihmmi iliticrtuhhtl rtnt tuiiiun i
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Only two to five days time required ..,. . ....,
The oliject of i Coiiinanv is the itinntifactiiriuo; ami
felhtii: "Ready-Made Houses ' for which it has the exclusive
manufacturing and sales rights for the entire State of Oregon.
ThU i an up-to-date. JOthCenturv wav of iloinj; business.
These houses are made in section, framed and fitted and all
material prepared in the factorv. where the workmen have ev-
er'tlmnr at nam!, winch means a savin? ot aoout one-nait in
the cost of a buildinir.
to set up a house complete and turn the keys over to the pur- j
The patented construction double panels, dead air space,
two thicknesses of hcavv paper, with 4 inch layer sterilized
hair-mstilator hetweeii the paper, making a building that is im
pervious to heat, cold, or moisture. The hair, before it is en
closed in the papers, is chemically treated, leaving a coating of
lime, which makes the finished material absolutely vermin
proof and odorless. A perfect Sanitary building cool in sum
mer and warm in winter.
GREAT DEMAND 70R BUILDINGS
With the contiuu of the Railroad ami the settling up of
the farm lauds, there is a great demand for building;, and as
the cost is the interesting feature, it is not speculative to assume
that these buildings will sell as fast as tliev can be manufac
tured. With the irrigation system now in operation, this coun
try will be settled up verv rapidly.
The new-comer buys a ranch, or a town-lot, and looks
into tike cost of building, and finds that he can buy a "Ready
Made House," with any number of rooms from 1 to 7 just as
substantial and comfortable as the most modern buildings, and
at about one-half the price it would cost, if he purchased the
material and hired the labor. Ami, an order placed on Mon
day, will secure the house ready for occupancv the same week.
Tins locality is becoming known as the "GRITRST
SUMMER RKSORT IX T11IJ WEST." and the hunting and
fishing will bring many thousands of visitors each year, which
means that the Upper I-ake will be surrounded with Summer
1 ionics and Hotel Cottages in the near future. Already, about
fifty of these houses have been spikeit for and can be deliver
ed as .soon as manufactured.
Different styles and sizes of these houses will be manu
factured; Cottages Bungalows, Summer Houses, Hotel Cot
tages, School Houses, Campers Cottages, Etc. This system
of construction makes the most desirable School House, and is
recommended by the highest authorities. School Houses of
this make are now being shipped from the State of Washing
ton to Xew York.
The prices at which these houses will be sold will range
from $150 to $750. according to number of rooms ami the
style of the building. Campers Cottages will cost from js-, to
nlltnoii) fi mil K'.'.iHMi to lll'ii.uuii saxcil .Imiii't S Sliornian. lr' i'
11 i'iir. The ili'ti'lulanl liai shown , litotitlal cmiillilulo on tin- Iti'ioiliKian
1 that laM car ho k.iw Mr tSoiihl inkoi. iiiiiioiiini" that a 1 nm rv.-il
I $"'.'l.oiin nml that In tho howii oam Hclawaro "iLirko)'" Ii.ih uiptnm! a
ol thi'lr married llfo ho Iiiih U cm hor , i.ibhlt In a KniM'Mtiil, uhllo I In- iiinim
ror lior liorsntml imo nonrlt Jsnii.nnii uiih In tho last nur t T nil ofT llir
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Ih not uhi'thor or not Mr tiinihl Is 1I10 Ki'piilillimi piirH In tin- fnro of
Let ii i!i il for ou. Kvcrythlnrf Home Mndc.
Rcosonnblc. liKEAD A SPKCIAI.TV.
Wo put up box luni'lifri, also Itmelii's fur I11111 k
and pienic purlieu. A trial will ennxn
ih I'lioMprr lo buy than to 1ml. 1
KLAMATH FALLS BAKERY
Get Our Urcud at Cawklns.
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The American Bank and Trust Go,
DlW J. Xl'MMALT,
Maps, Plans, Bine Prints, Etc.)
ll. M. Hum,
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Klamath County Abstract Go.
Surveyors and Irrigation Engineers
Iii-kr K w itiii.i v, Si-creUry
Klamath Falls, Oregon
Watson & Van Sickle
BUILDERS AND CONTRACTORS
Estimates Given on all Kinds of Buildings.
Store Fittings and Cabinet Work.
We are Making a Specialty of Furniture Made to
older for people who want something dif
ferent from the usual styles.
SHOP AT 7th ST. AND KLAMATH AVE.
Phone No. 36
$ . d 1 tl Vj i? - i wa
Cor. Alh and Main Slrccl
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J. L. CUNNINGHAM!
I ARCHITECT and BUILDER
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The margin of profit will be about .W percent, ami taking
into consideration the demand for these houses, and the saving
in the cost, it would be conservative to estimate that the com
pany will manufacture and sell over 500 houses per year. But,
say that it sold only 250, and at the average price of $450
each', would be an annual business of $112,500.00. Estimate
that after paying all expenses, commissions for selling, adver
tising, etc., that the net profit was only 10 per cent on the
selling price, the dividends on the stock would be 75 per cent
on the investment, ,'i'his is anextremeb' nominal estimate for
Kla'tuatli Fall's'a'ntl vicinity. The Company has the whole State
of Oregon in which to operate.
J. Fred Goellcr. owner of "Klamath Falls Planing Mills."
and one of the largest stockholders of this Company, has the
manufacturing contract to make these houses, and will begin
operations at once, with a force of workmen, and increase the
number of hands as fast as the demands retpiire it.
There is no doubt but that within six months 50 men will
be employed by this industry. These workmen and their fam
ilies will live in Klamath -Falls, adding materially to the busi
ness and building up of the city. 'Fifty-workmen employed will
mean a pay roll of over $1000 per week.
In order lo provide a surplus capital to carry a stock of
houses' on hand, ready for prompt delivery, the Company has
set aside $7000 par value of its stock, to be sold to the citizens
of Klamath Falls, in amounts to suit subscribers. TJic first
offering of 4000. shares, par vajue $1 ptr share will be sold at
75 cents on the dollar.
Samples of the panels, and parts of this "Ready-Made
tHousc" can be seen at .the office of E. T. Shorn, (DuFault's
old stand) on Main street, opposite Masonic Hall. Also, at
Hhe office of J Fred Goeller, proprietor of "Klamath Falls
Planing Mills." Parties may call at either place and gel more
UamtJh Kails, Oregon
You will save money by buying
sewing machines and all ot your aew
las; machine supplies at Mullers, cor
ner Main and Ctu streets. 7-3 ltt
Will Buy ' Timber I
money to Invest In ttinbnr claims, if
the price Is right. I-. JACOUS, Klam
ath ftolls. 28tf
DR. C. P. MASON
American Hank A Trimt Cu.'h llnllillnit
DR. WM. MARTIN
Officii over Klamath County Hunk
D. V. KUYKENDALL
Attorney at Law
Klamath Fulls. Orogan
I BRICK WORK
CHIMNKVS AND FIItB
1'LACU.S A Sl'KCIALTY
H. F. CHTr.nF.RS
L KLAMATH PALLS, OREGON
Private Dining Parlors
Oysters Served In Any Style
J. V. HOUSTON, Prop.
IF WE OFFERED YOU A SUIT WITH A
IRON VEST AND BRASS CUFFS OKI Tin?
YOU'D LAUGIIT. AND SO WOULD WK-IF YOU MAI)
!2SC5ffJ.,T.KD F A SUIT' SOMEhTAKKks
am i.,TA . W &ilUKI -SIGHTED MlfRCH.
io wuw wim. ufi'KK THE PUDLIC TIIF iivq
TERICAL CREATIONS WHICH THEY FOIST UPON
DPNT STV? JiADK ?L0TIIES anA MM MATER STU
DLNf STYLES arc the most advanced stvles made they
are the first to brmg out the novelties of the looms ami the
dyers while their own designing represents the newest ideas
m tailoring. Every garment they make is intended for ge "
tlemans wear-not or walking sign boards. If yoil wn,u Q
be consptcuous, don't buy your clothes hcre-If you want your
clothes neat, perfect fitting, stylish and in good taste we'd H "e
to serve you. Our novelties are no, freakish-and we nl ow
more of them than any more in the city.
and Shoe Store
The Outer Garment Shop for Men