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title: 'The ranch. (North Yakima, Wash.) 1894-189?, January 20, 1894, Page 16, Image 16',
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Prosser Falls Irrigated Lands.
Ist, There is, ou account or the great growth of the couutry tributary to Prosser Falls, a demand for a distributing point. It Is the outfitting point
for the great Suuuyside country, that is now being irrigated by the N. P. Co., of which Paul Schulze is president. This canal is 60 miles long, of
which 42 miles are now completed. This canal is 30 feet wide on the bottom and carries 653 cubic feet of water per second of time. When fully com
pleted it will irrigate 70,000 acres of laud. •
2d Prosser Falls is the starting point of the great Yakima and Columbia system of canals that will irrigate 75,000 acres, throwing open to settlement
a magnificent couutry. This canal is partially completed and work is being done at the present time. „,,,«„», «-i. inm A, nnilr , ii im, i « m <
3d. Proaser Falls is the outfitting point for the great Horse Heaven wheat district, comprising 400,000 acres, of which only 10,000 are now cultivated,
b?rhf teProSlrTOi^tn^maiTlfn^the Northern Pacific Railroad, 50 miles from North Yakima 'the best town In the state) and 42 miles from
Keunewick-about half wav between the aforesaid points, aud in absolutely a commanding position. Tne same conditionsthat made North Yak low
the pride of Washington and the solidest town in the state will have Prosser Falls to 5000 people in five years. Why? Because -Irrigation is King
tttsth. an proMery Fairis?fs t furnished bTtlfe^akima^ver! which flows through the townsite, with a splendid water power for manufacturing purposes .
Oth. Come aud see what we are doing, and if not too busy we will tell you we have built an irrigating ditch 11 miles long. We will by this ditch
irrigate 3030 acress of choice land. We are building a pumping plant to deliver water to this ditch that will cost 1*2,00.). Ihe pumps are run by water
power and will deliver 15,000,000 gallons daily. This plant is well under way and will be ready for the next irrigating season. _ .'"ii.^'duili
7th. We have built a nice hotel where guests will be furnished with good beds, plain, well-cooked, clean food, courteous treatment a 'P'«ce where
the weary traveler can throw his grip down and register, without feeling when he pays his bill that he has bought the property. Our improvements
are all modern, first-class, and what we are doing is well done. .. ...:■ , „ v,« u-.-o. »«n«.^« «,«n
Bth. The Prosser Falls Irrigation company and the Prosser Falls Land company are composed of honorable business men, who have records well
LAST. °We prop^se'buildin^acit^here^by building up the country first, and our main efforts will be to settle and develop the country tributary to
Prosser Foils, believing that course leads to prosperity for all. Our lauds we will find no trouble in selling, our lots will later sell themselves.
To parties wishing to build stores and homes, and not having spare money to pay for building and lots
We Will wait a Year for trie First Payment ,? *e d^" ld l ft£
only a fair rate of interest on the purchase. The companies fully understand that in order to succeed
they must have people to buy their lands and settle the country"; and, believing your success is their
success, propose meeting you half way on any fair business proposition. We therefore take honest
££^^ n£££t R Clears Square, Legitimate Opportunity
Address, FRED R. REED. Manager,
PROSSER FALLS IRRIGATION CO., PROSSER, WASH.
Kent Mill Company
DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF
Building Material, Lilnqber, Singles,
MOLDING, SASH, DOORS, BLINDS, BRICK, LIME.
Special Terms to Purchasers of Full Bills (car loads) of Lumber.
MILL AND FACTORY AT KENT. YARD AT NORTH YAKIMA.
""FARM AND GARDEN IMPLEMENTS.
Osborue Mowers, Reapers, Rakes.
Whitley Mowers, Reapers, Rakes.
Canton Plows and Cultivators.
Hop Growers' Supplies.
Waukegan Barbed Wire.
Eureka and Harris Hop Presses.
Plumbing, House Furnishing Goods.
HARDWARE, TOOLS, ETC.
A HOME. '
THE HOME OF
THE PEACH, PEAR,
PRUNE, APRICOT, APPLE.
An Unlimited Market
We have lands under the different
canals in all sections of the county.
Prices ranging from $10 to $50 per acre.
Write for particulars.
Fec^ter & Ross,
SOUTH YAKIMA, WASH.