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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 6, 1917)
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Now that automobltes nro as com
mon In Central Oregon as Jackrnbblts
used to be, and gasoline driven ve
hicles move tar more freight than
over was transported In the palmiest .
lar by the hay burners, It Is difficult
to look back and picture the time1
when thore were no autos In the In-1
terlor and when auto rucks scarcely
had been thought of as competitors .
of the horso freighting outfits. j
Yet only 14 years ago an auto wasj
n first class novelty in Central Ore-'
gon. In June of 1903, for instance,
the first, automobile, made Its way toi
Lakcvlew, and It was not a very suc
cessful trip, either.
Hero Is the account of that pioneer
auto, clipped from tho Issuo of June
12. 1903, of The Bulletin:
"That the automobile has not yet
solved -the problem of transportation
over wagon roads Is Indicated by the
experience of a machine that reached
Lakcvlew last week, the first ever
seen there. It was on Its way from
San Francisco to New York City. It
had been 11 days on the road, six
of which had been spent In making
repairs and before leaving Lakevlew
it received puncture that necessi
tated another day's delay. The pro
gross of this fine powerful touring
machine was marked with all sorts
of annoyances and delas, although
an expert machinist was along to
mend It. Dut the Lakevlew people
had tholr first, sight of a horseless
carriago and the vast Sahara of life
has become, for them a blossom-covered
And hero is another extract from
The Bulletin of 1903, which was
(From Tuesday's Dally.)
Mr. and Mrs. Kroeger and M!m
Kroeger. accompanied by M'm I.enn
ShflriHftii, returned Monday night
tho first yoar of the papers publlca- CRATER LAKE DRIVE
tlon. when freight for Silver Lakej jg JYDJjJ JJNJ FORD1
was hauled all the way from Shanlko,
about 2S0 miles:
"The freight team of J. C. Conn, of
Silver Lake, mopped In lieml Thurs
day night oh the way In with a load
of merchandise. Three heavy frelrht
u-ann. w.r. ,!r.n .v fit-- t.m. I f rotu a week-end drive to Crater ,
eight mules and two norths. On Lake,
either side of each wagon a big barrel i 3:80
of water was carried, six In all. as a 'arrived at the ktke about 3 o'clock In1
reserve against a dry camp ir. the i the afternoon. Stops were mude all
desert. Another team followed wlthJLa Tine and at Fort Klamath. a!
a load of provender for the freight trip was made around the lake In the
toani. Freighting Is expensive bus-1 afternoon ami at 6 o'olock the party'
Iness this season, but tho scarcity of .started for home, arriving here about)
horse feed cannot last much longer. 10 Monday evening. The drive wasi
The new crop will soon begin to cut made In Mr. Kroeger's Ford car,
The party left llend about!
o'clock Sunday morning and!
For farm land loass sco J. Ryan
& Co. Adv.
THE UNIVERSAL CAR
Ford cars are an Important factor in every rural
community. They help the family enjoy life, bring
tho pleasures and advantages of the city within
roach, and give practical service every day. Ford
care require a minimum of attention; any one can
run and care for them. Two million owners the
world over prove theso qualities every day. Wo
pledge Ford owners the reliable Ford service with
genuine Ford parts and standard Ford prices.
Touring Car I3G0. Runabout WO, Coupelet JC06.
Town Car 1595. Sedan H5 all f. o. b. Detroit
On display and for sale by
Cent. Ore Motor Co.
Phone Black 102
Your Patronage Solicited
INSTALLS !AWli:U PL'.MI.
(From Tuesday's Dally.)
Aa a further stop In Its effort to
hotter Its service to tho public, the
llend Garago Co. has just Installed
a new Uouser gasoline pump of great-
,ly Increased capacity. The new pump
has a five gallon stroke making pos
sible the speedy filling of a gasoline
.tank The pump Is surmounted by
(an electric light to signal Its location
to the motorist needing gas at night.
j IIL'VH .MAXWHLL.
(From Tuesday's Dally.)
i The Maxwell agency here delivered
1 to V Ferguson a flve-paseengor tour
ing car this week.
(From Friday's Dally.)
Pat Harry. Silver Lake sheepman,
purchased a flve-paitsunger Ilupmo
bile this morning from the llend
Thief Snatches Money
Throws His Victim
in River, Disappears
(From Thursdny'a Dally.)
Robbed of 111 In rush and
Immediately afterward thrown
Into the river, Itnniond Free-
man. of this city, nppoared on
the streets last night drum-tied
to the skin, loomed Night OKI-
ter Frank Kulp and lodged com-
plaint ngalnst an unknown man
: answering to general descrlp-
tlon of the genus hobo, who
Freeman declared wat his as-
snllaut. No trnee of the man
had been found up to thts after-
noon by the police.
According to Freeman's story
he had cashed a cheek for ! In
one of the local clgur store and
shortly at4er, at almut 10 30
o'clock, was walking along the
east bank of the river near the
footbridge, when he dmldml to
ut Mm loiMe change In an en
vHoi which already contained
$35. lie had no sooner made
the transfer than a hand reach
ed suddenly over his shoulder
and MiiaU'hwl the enwlope I in
mediately afterward Freeman
received n blow In the face
which sottt him staggering Into
the river. When he regained
solid ground, his assailant had
Freeman describe the man
as n littlo below the average
height, wearing a nondescript
dark colored suit and having
a beard apparently untrlmmed
for the last two weeks, lie be- j
service, procure n certificate of en
listment from his conimaudliiK offi
cer and file same with the United
State land (it lire This certlflrate
should be accompanied by a diHicrlp-
tlon of the lands, and the serial tiutti
her of the application.
This will be almoltlle protection for
lauds ngalust contest until the wol.W. r
Is iiiuntred out of the service.
BEST & HARRIS
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
Acros f i om Tilo' IKHte Inn
HUFFSCHMIDT-DUGAN IRON WORKS
Manufacturer of Iron. Dronxe and Scnu-Steel CaMmiJi for
Power Tranimiinon Machinery Wood Pipe Fittinu'i Grate
ttari. Agricultural. Mining anJ Saw Mill Machinery. Ornament
al anJ Structural Iron. WF, ARE PREPARED TO RUSI I
YOUR ORDERS ON REPLACEMENTS FOR BROK
EN CASTINCS ON ALL KINDS OF FARM MA
CHINERY I1END. OREGON.
"I want a car that will
stand up under the kind of
Haves that he wan followed after ! 1 II il i. 1 t-
cashing in. check. driving 1 do, that does not
cost much to operate and that
will look well as long as it is
in use."- That man wants a
TO BE PROTECTED
(From Thursday's Dally.)
All persons drawn for military ser
vice under the selective service law,
should take notice that public lands
entries by such persons upon which
final proofs are not perfected, are
lnoontestlble for any purpose during
the war, the draft board announced
today. Such persons should, Immed
iately after beln mustered Into the
AUTOMOBILE ELECTRIC REPAIR SHOP
STORAGE BATTERIES CHARGED
OVERHAULED AND REBUILT
Don't throw away your old battory, an wo may bo able to ronow
it at half tho coat of u new one.
GENERATOR, STARTING MOTOR
&. MAGNETO WORK A SPECIALTY
All Work Guaranteed. Shop located in Kenwood. Cross tho bi Id j,'o
at Pilot Hutto Inn und g-o four blocks wont.
SALTZMAN & COLLINS
and all other
Automobile and Tire
are to he found at the
Bend Hardware Co.
meets every requirement that
a sturdy middleweight car
For the man who wants to
invest his money where he will get
a dollar in service for every dollar
invested, there is one car that will
come up to every demand and every
requirement. Ask for a demonstra
tion, the test proves the truth.
Price $725, Bend
850 BOND STREET
NORTH OF PILOT BUTTE INN
!S 13' iMfeM