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About The Deschutes echo. (Bend, Or.) 1902-19?? | View Entire Issue (Jan. 10, 1903)
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Proposed terminus of the Columbia Southern Railroad.
Junction of the Corvallis & Pastern It: ilroad.
Situated on Deschutes River in Deschutes A alley.
Commands the great Southeastern Oregon timber district.
lias 5,25;),000,00(1 standing feet of Yellow Pine tributary.
Ideal water power.
Mill sites and storage capacity for logs. .
In the midst of that immense arid region long known as the “Oregon
Desert,” but now 1 eing reclaimed bv irrigation.
The United States Government has expressed a desire to establish a
National irrigation system at DESCHUTES.
New Public School Building.
Pure Crystal Water.
The town is just starting
Is the “REAL THING.”
It is 1 kc buying gold dollars for 80 cents.
\\’e have determined to place a lew Residence Lots
the first platted and
recorded subdivision 011 the market ¡it Red Rock Prices to start the ball a rolling,
First come, first served.
Not more than live lots sold to any one individual.
Lots 10x111 feet to a 12-foot alley.
Price from STO to $00 per lot.
Terms, one-fourth cash.
A now epoch is at hand lor tins country.
Don't miss this last opportunity.
Semi in your order w.;h o le-lburth purchase price and we wi
lots seriatim as per application.
REFERENCE: First National Bank, of Prine-
ville, Oregon; Merchants National Bank, of Port=
land, Oregon. Address
PALMER BROS., BEND, OR PfiiNEVIlLE, OREGON