The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931, April 04, 1918, WEEKLY EDITION, Page PAGE 3, Image 3

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Twenty-Six Hundred
Golden Opportunities
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FORTY of them will put you in moderate circum
stances ; eighty will make, you independent of
boss or landlord ; one hundred and sixty will make
you rich. J These opportunities will be known as the
Long Hollow Gardens. I call them Gardens because
they are especially adapted to the raising of melons,
tomatoes, cucumbers and corn, alfalfa, timothy, grains
grow to your heart's delight. flThis ranch has been known in the
past as the Long Hollow Stock Ranch, pwned by Wurtzweilers. They
have used it for years for stock. It consists of 2600 acres, mostly
improved and in crop, adjudicated water rights, irrigation for 1 400
acres, fl This land is situated twelve miles from railroad. Terre
bonne, the shipping point, twenty-three miles northwest of Bend, one
mile from school, fine neighbors, land is at an elevation of a little
over 2600 feet, just the right elevation to be free from frosts. Land
is also exceptionally protected from winds; free range for stock,
starting at the west fence, running clear of any settlement to the
Cascades. Tillable land, free from stone, and lays nice for irrigation.
There is plenty of work to be had with good wages among the sur
rounding farmers and the silica beds. 1$ These lands will be sold
out in 40, 80 and 1 60 acre tracts, and terms with a small payment
down and 20 years on the balance at 6o, there being no payments,
except interest, for the first five years. These payments will depend
on the improvements that are made on the land. These lands have
'been bought by the Squaw Creek Irrigation District, and the District
doesn't need your money, but"Wants the interest and improvements,
also families that will move on the lands. I consider that there has
never been a better opportunity for you to obtain a nice improved
tract of land at prices ranging from $70.00 to $80.00 per acre. There
will always be a fine local market for all the tender vegetables that
can be grown on these lands, as perhaps you well know there are only
a few protected places where sijch things as tomatoes, cantaloupes
and cucumbers can be grown. There will be no favoritism in the
selling of these tracts, First come, first served. IJ If you are work
ing during the day, and want to see me regarding these tracts, you
may call Black 43 1 and I will make, an appointment with you after
six. I am never Jn my office after six only by appointment.
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J. B. MINER
Office in Press Building
Btnd, Oregon
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