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About The Deschutes echo. (Bend, Or.) 1902-19?? | View Entire Issue (Jan. 17, 1903)
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THE TOWN OF DESCHUTES
Proposed terminus of the Columbia Southern Railroad.
Junction of the Corvall’s L Eastern R; il oid.
Situated on Deschutes River in Deschutes Valiev.
Commands the great Southeastern Oregon timber district.
Has 5,’250,000,000 standing feet of Yellow Pine tributarv.
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 by 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 on its mission
D e s c h u te s
Is the “ REAL THING.“
R ea l
E s ta te
It is like buying gold dollars for 80 cents.
We have determined to place a few Resilience Lots in the iirst platted and
recorded subdivision on the market at Red Rock Prices to start the ball a rolling
First conic, first served.
Not more than five lots sold to anv one individual.
Lots 40x11*1 feet to a 12-foot alley.
Price from 840 to $00 per lot.
Terms, one-fotinh cash.
A new epoch is at hand for this country,
Don't miss this last opportunity.
Solid in your order with one-fourth purchase price and we will select best
lots seriatim as prr application.
First National Bank, of Prine-
vilie, Oregon: Merchants National Bank, cf Port
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