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THE SUNDAY OREGONIAN, PORTL.AXD. JULY 11, 1920
has the Lewis cottage. Dr. Browning
spent much of his time on the golf
Adolph Jacobs is summering in his
beautiful big house erected last year.
With him are his mother and three
eisters. The Jacobs family is from
Geora-e W. Herron is in Mrs. A. Rob-
son's house and has brought his wife
and three children to the coast.
Mr. and Mrs. i H. Koinchlld and
Mrs. Arthur Goldsmith are summering
at the Arnold Blitz cottage, as house
guests of the Blitz family and Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph Rothchild".
The Joe E. Wiley family moved into
the Wrenn cottage a week ago Sat
urday. Mrs. F. Sturgeon and her mother
and father,-Mr. and Mrs. Riggs, are at
the. beach for the summer. The two
Sturgeon children are also here.
Mrs. P. E. Slusher motored down
Saturday, bringing with her her
daughter, Mrs. Goullet.
Mr. and Mrs. F. Breske are in their
house at Gearhart. Their daughter is
also at the beach.
Mrs. A. Sullivan of Baker is estab
lished in her cottage for the summer
and has her daughter with her. Miss
Sullivan is just being Initiated in the
game of golf.
Mrs. Ira F. Powers arrived at the
beach a week ago Friday and is in
her summer home.
Dr. Gustave Baar has opened up his
house at Gearhart for the season. Mrs.
Baar's mother, Mrs. Rosenblatt, is a
E. I. Neustadter was a week-end
truest of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Frohman.
Melville Meyer, Ruth Schweitzer
ud Mr. and Mrs. Roy A. Marx are
isiting at Gearhart.
Freda Baruh is a house guest of Mr.
and Mrs. Aaron Frank.
HOLIDAYS ARE DRAWING CARD
Xeah-Kah-Xle Lures Rig Crowds
of Vacationists Over July 4.
NEAH-KAH-NIE, Or., July. 10.
Special.) Two holidays coming to
gether, warm weather in the valley
and ocean breezes and sunshine
proved a combination whfch lured
pleasure-seekers to the beach in big
crowds over July 4. Ferry and auto
stages, making the round trips as
rapidly as possible, tried to accom
modate the vacationists arriving by
Portland trains and beach specials,
while private machines in a steady
procession arrived with their merry
parties from all parts of western
Oregon. Brisk automobile drives on
the smooth sand, driftwood bonfires,
hikes to Short Sand beach and to the
top of Neah-Kah-Nie mountain were
a few of the diversions which repaid
all who sought this resort for their
Mrs. A. King was hostess recently
at a party in honor of the formal
opening of the Neah-Kah-Nie season.
All the cottagers were guests.
Tuesday evening the Epworth
league of Nehalem motored over for
a bonfire social. Singing and games
preceded an enjoyable moonlight
Dr. and Mrs. Luther H. Howland of
Portland motored in over the Seaside
road for the holidays.
Among July 4 visitors here were
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Tyler and party
Miss Henrietta H. Failing of Port
land is established for the summer
In the Crocker cottage. Her nieces
the Misses Shepherd of Hood River,
are her guests for the coming week.
Bayocean vacationists who made a
recent brief visit to this beach were
Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Roberts and Mr.
and Mrs. Carl H. Jackson of Portland
ana Airs. jacKson s guest, ivuss naiiii
M. Smith of Seattle.
A motor party of Tillamook busi
ness men G. B. Lamb, L. W. Turn
bull and Harold Lamb took an out
ing at Neah-Kah-Nie beach last week.
sons of Colonel and Mrs. John Leader
of Portland, are with Mrs. Blake at
the Kane farm house. Mrs. Leader
expects to join her boys for the latter
part of July.
R. L. Johnson of Oakland. Or., was
a recent visitor at this beach.
Peter Yount and party of Portland
motored in over the Seaside road for
the week-end holidays.
Registered at the Neah-Kah-Nie
tavern for the month of July are the
Misses France and Leilah Russell of
Miss Harriet Gaylord of Franklin
High school. Portland, spent part of
last week at this beach.
Recent Portland visitors were Da
vid Strong and H. W. Klein.
Two members of the Portland Ma
zamas who are enjoying the various
hikes in the vicinity of this resort are
Miss Dorothy Eckman and Miss Fan
Mr. and Mrs. Paul E. Woll of Phila
delphia were among the recent vaca
tionists at Neah-Kah-Nie.
Occupying their cottage for the sea
son are Rev. and Mrs. W. A. M. Breck
of Portland. Miss Evangeline Breck
has recently arrived to spend July
with her parents.
BAR. VIEW LURES VISITORS
Resort's Attractions Making It Pop
ular With Vacationists.
BAR VIEW, Or.. July 10. (Spe
cial.) Bar View is possessed of sev
eral unique features which are earn
ing for it an ever Increasing popu
larity with pleasure seekers. Its
close proximity to the extensive
flats of Tillamook bay where several
varieties of delicious clams may be
obtained, its crabbing grounds, the
Jetty from which sea fish can be
caught with hook and line and its
nearness to the Miami river, famous
for its trout fishing, comprise a com
bination of attractions which are
luring great numbers of vacationists
this season. The Orchard, favorite
camping pot of tenters and auto
tourists, is already well filled with
tents and is daily the scene of merry
campflres and picnics.
Mr. and Mrs. Otto Headrick and
children of Salem motored in for
the week end at Bar View.
At Rest-a-While cottage for the
coming fortnight are Mr. and Mrs.
August Risser. Mr. Risser is identi
fied with the Dallas bank.
Notay Three cottage was recently
occupied'for a short outing by Will
lam Tanna, Leon Sprague and M.
Engele, all of Portland. Later the
boys will return for a more extended
Dr. H. A. Huffman and Dr. E. Huff
man of Portland were recently among
Wise Way registrants.
Alder Brook camp Is occupied by
Mr. and Mrs. Philip H. Thearle and
the Misses Veta and Genevieve Lynch,
all of Oregon City.
Dr. W. A. Wise has added several
new cottages to his group on the
Domiciled in Memories cottage for
the coming fortnight are Mr. and Mrs.
Artnur T. oison ana August x. Jones
Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Bohoskey of
Portland are guests of Mrs. Bonos-
key's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H.
Hoskins, at their cottage.
Among recent Portland registrants
at Wise Way were Mr. and Mrs. L.
H. Ewlng, E. R. Ewing and Mr. and
Mrs. Paul V. Enloe.
Mrs. Zurfluh'.s Circuit orchestra of
Portland has been engaged for the
season at the Bar View dancing
Picnickers cottage was occupied
during all of last week by Mr. and
Mrs. Elmer Saunders of Oshkosh,
Neb., and Mr. and Mrs. Logan Withers
and family of Lodgepole, Neb.
Sidney Noles of Portland will spend
the month of July at cottage Al-Al-One.
Guests of Dr. and Mrs. W. A. Wise
at their cottage. last week, were Mr.
ONE OF MANY SCENIC TRAILS
Photo Rockaway Studio.
THIS path; overlooking the sea, is near harview.
Wise's brother. .Dr. T. P. Wise and
wife of Portland.
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Ross and Mr.
and Mrs. Edward Harrington, all of
Dallas, made a brief Inspection ol
this resort last week.
The first community bonfire of the
seaison was held on the beach last
Saturday evening. A large number
of Bar View vacationists, with many
visitors as their guests, made the
evening a festive occasion.
Mrs. M. Lincoln of .Oswego will
be the guest for the remainder of
the season of her daughter, Mrs. P. P.
Poppleton of Portland at the Popple
Spending last week end at the
Carter cottages were Mr. and Mns.
Chester Buchtel of Portland.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Farrell were
recent visitors at the,Wise Way.
G. W. Johnston of Portland joined
his family lor a vacation at Dandora
At Cut-Up cottage for a brief vaca
tion are G. A. Bentley and J. F.
Utter of Portland.
Domiciled in Step-in Step-Out cot
tage are Wilbert Bloecher and Fred
Gerspach, both of Portland.
Mr. and Mrs. M. Doescher and chil
dren, Ruth and Russell of Portland,
motored in for a short outTng at the
Orchard last week.
Oh How Different cottage has been
engaged by J. D. Ingram and the
Misses Ingram of Nevada, Mo.; James
Morris of Powhatan, Kan., and Fred
Reed of Portland.
T. C. Goodell of Portland has es
tablished his camp near the brook
for the remainder of July.
TWIX ROCKS ATTRACTS MAXY
Hotels and Cottages at Topular
Beach Resort Thronged.
TWIN ROCKS, Or.. July 10. (Spe
cial.) A party of Jolly picnickers in
three machines arrived at Watseco for
lunch July 6, before proceeding to
the celebration at Rockaway. The
members of the party were Mr and
Mrs. W. B. Watt and family, Mr. and
Mrs. T. D. Watt and family, Mr. and
Mrs. Earle D. Curtis and family, Mr.
Lupreau and W. B. Foster, all of
M:s. - Alonzo Nelson was recently
hostess at a novel sea-food dinner at
her charming summer home. Pine
Ridge cottage. Watseco. Those who
enjoyed Mrs. Nelson's hospitality were
Mr. and Mrs. George Watt of Port
land and Mr. and Mrs. Moore of Ed
A party of students from Oregon
Agricultural college and the Univer
sity of Washington, composing West's
Novelty orchestra, recently opened
the Saltair dancing pavilion for the
season. The musicians are Flavlus
West. Earl Martin, Charles Coffrey
and Ray Lucas, with Roy Quacken
bush as manager and Art Kirkham,
well-known Oregon Agricultural Glee
club stuntster. as entertainer. All
the boys are from Portland.
Mr.- and Mrs. L. B. Shaw of Portland
are spending their vacation in the
The Cottage Consuelo has been
opened for the season by its owner,
Mrs. W. H. Daughtrey of Portland.
With Mrs. Daughtrey, as her guests
for the week, are Mrs. Mattie Sever
and Miss Genevieve Warner of Port
land and Mr. and. Mrs. C. E. Terry
of Walla Walla.
The Johnson cottage has been com
pleted and for the present week
shelters Mr. and Mrs. O. A. NeiU of
Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Graham of Pine
Knot spent last week end as guests
of Mrs. George Fosnot.
Miss Catherine Goodfellow of Cin
cinnati made a recent brief visit to
this beach with Mrs. H. B. Goodfel
low as part of her trip west to attend
the Shrine convention.
Spending the Independence day noli-,
days at their cottage on the rldare
were H. E. Abry and Mary C. Abry of
O. L. Comstock of Portland spent
last week-end with his parents at
Among Portland business men who
Joined their families for the Fourth
at the beach was C. A. Kressman. Mr.
Kressman plans to spend the coming
rortnignt at tne beacn.
Dr. and Mrs. Thomas McCracken and
children and Miss Flynn of Portland
motored in over the i Fourth for the
celebration. While here they were the
guests of Mrs. G. A. Baldrldge at the
Established in the Richardson bun
galow for the coming fortnight are
Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Fowler and
daughter, Betty Helen, of Portland.
Mrs. Sarah Prentiss of the Oregon
Agricultural college faculty, with her
sons. Donald and Bobbie, was a recent
visitor at Watseco.
The Leonard Sampson cottage has
been opened for the coming fortnight
by its owner. Mrs. Leonard D. Samp
son, and children, Lenore and Ray
mond, of Barstow,' Or.
J. W. Dalrymple Joined his family
for a short vacation at the Sapping
A recent visitor at this beach was
Miss Doris Huston of Manhattan.
Frank J. McGettigan of Portland is
spending his vacation with Mrs. Mc
Gettigan at their cottage. Villa de
A merry party of guests motored
In to -spend the week end with Mr.
ALONG OREGON BEACHES.
and Mrs. J. Benley Stamm at their
summer home, the Scott Bozorth cot
tage. The members of the party were
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Nelson and Miss
Helen Lovell of Salem, Mr. and ' Mrs.
Edward Pierce of Aumsville, Carl
Beck and sister, Mrs. A. T. Powers of
At Rock View villa during the past
week were Mr. and Mrs. Carl Church
and son John and Mrs. Edith L. Hart
Domiciled in the Leslie cottage are
Mrs. James Mace and children and
Mrs. C. E. Fenn, both of Portland.
George H. Sampson ha3 Joined his
brother, E. Blanchard Sampson, for a
vacation at his new cottage, Cedar
sides. The Caldwell cottage will be the
home for the coming fortnight of Mr.
and Mrs. W. F. Church and son Marcus
and Mrs. Church's mother. Mrs. M. E.
Browning, all of Portland.
At the Twin Rocks hotel are Mr.
and Mrs. L. C. Logan and family of
Guests of Mrs. McNary at the Hew
itt cottage are her sisters. Miss
Erma G. Ewart and Mrs. W. E. Steele,
both of Portland.
Mrs. Opal L. Hiatt of New Orleans,
La., was a recent Twin Rocks visitor.
Rock View villa shelters Mr. and
Mrs. James M. Hart of Dallas and
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Miller and family
At the Hadley cottages for the
coming week are Mrs. J. R. Hulbert
and daughter Mary and Mrs. David
de Young and son John of Sault St.
Marie. The party motored in by the
Grand Ronde road. Mr. Hulbert re
turning and taking with him as his
guest for the trip O. L. Comstock.-
Mrs. D. J. Baldridge of Portland is
established for the summer with her
grandchildren Harriet, Richard and
Donald Goodfellow at the Goodfellow
William Morrison of the Whitney
Lumber company, Tillamook, spent
Saturday at this beach.
Emory Ingham of Portland was a
recent Twin Rocks visitor.
Housed in the Segan cottage over
the Fourth were Mr. and Mrs. T. C.
Lewis, Paul. Thomas and Evelyn
Lewi and Miss Jessie McGregor of
Mr. and Mrs. David Martiny of Til
lamook made a brief visit with . Mr.
and Mrs. Francis D. Curtis last week
at the Curtis cottage.
Guests of Mrs. W. H. Daughtrey at
Cottage Consuelo are Mr. and Mrs.
William Johnson of Zortman. Mont.
The Misses Vera and Nellie Can
field of Oregon City spent the recent
holidays at their cottage.
CROWDS GO TO 3IAXZAXITA
Road Improvements Bring Many
Parties lor Fourth.
MANZANITA, Or., July 10. (Spe
cial.) The extensive improvements on
the Astoria-Seaside-Tillamook road
were completed Just in time to accom
modate the crowds of motorists who
desired to spand their Fourth of July
holidays at this beach. The vanguard
of the merrymakers began arriving
Satvrday aftarnoon, and Sunday and
Monday parkirg space was at a pre
mium. A Jolly party of Portlanders who
ere sheltered in The Lawns cottage
for an extended vacation are Mr. and
Mrs. J. A- Scharzinger and sens, Aioy
slus and Albert, and Mr. Gregory Lair.
Fir Dune cottage will bo occupied
during the entire reason by Miss Mc
Kerther of Portland.
Spending a pleasant fortnight's out
Ir g at Lar.e's camp grounds, are Mr.
and Mrs. L. F. Russell of Portland.
' Miss Ada Werner of Portland has
taken the M'CuIlock cottage for the
month. With her, es her house guests,
are Mrs. Cirtis H. Dwyer and the
Misbes Althea Dwyer nnd Lillie Hen-dricki-on,
also of Portland. Mrs. A.
Gilmt.re of Portland will later Join
the party ior a week's vacation.
The Lanes hotel, which has. recently
changed hands, is now under the
ir.E.tiagement of Mr. and Mrs. S. Spen
cer and Mr. and Mrs. F. Townscnd,
formerly of Salem It will retain its
During the remainder of the season
La Palonia :ott xge ' on classic ridge,
v.iil be occupied by Mrs. Blanche Lan
don of Kansas Ciiy. and MiES Clara I.
Lsndon of Portlard.
Among recent lcglstrants at the
Lanes hotel wsre Mrs Gus Barks of
I'rinrtle, Wash.; Mrs. Helen Barks and
Miss June Barks of Fremont, Mich.,
and E. C. M-Kerchen of Portland.
Mr. Fred Lick ley was a recent vis
itor at Larres hotel.
OCEAX PARK ENJOYS FOURTH
Forty Gather for Big Bon Tire and
. Beach Party.
OCEAN PARK, July 10. (Special.)
A huge bonfire and beach party
were enjoyed on the night of the
i-ourtn Dy rolK summering at Ocean
Park. About 40 attended. The Are
was arranged by Matt Wolford and
W. J. Mclntyre.
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Bentley and
son are . established in their house
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Pepper are here
from The Dalles and will remain the
greater part of the summer.
- Miss Dorothy Neal of Boise-arrived
Wednesday to join her. mother, Mrs.
W. Scott Neal, who has been here
, Miss Frances Gill is here with a
guest for the summer.
Miss Sybil Smith and Miss Phoebe
Smith of Vancouver are here with
their aunt for the season.
Mrs. C. J. McDaniels has arrived to
open her house. -The three McDan
iels children are with her.
Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Curtis of Van
couver spent the Fourth at Ocean
Park. m . -
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Watts were at
the Taylor hotel over the Fourth and
returned Thursday to Portland.
Rodney Hurlburt, con .of Sheriff
Hurlburt, has' been, staying at the
Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Smith of Ridge
field. Wash., who have been in. their
cottage, returned home. They . wll
visit the beach again later ' In the
Mrs. Robert Campbell, who has been
in Mrs. H. M. Lamberson's cottage,
returned to her home in Seattle early
in the week. Mrs. Lamberson and her
daughter, Abby, arrived, Wednesday
from Portland and will occupy the
Mrs. Rachel Stone is summering at
Ocean Park. Her husband will also
be here a short while.
Mrs. Sam Connell. Mr. and Mrs.
Logan Stewart and Matt Hughes re
mained here over the Fourth before
closing the Connell cottage. They
went back to Portland Tuesday. -
Miss Dorothy Campbell of Warren
ton spent the Fourth with her aunt
and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Camp
bell. C. W. Gay and his daughter, Mrs.
Walton, are passing their vacation at
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Hubbard are
occupying Fairhurst cottage.
Douglas Hood was here from Port
land to pass the Fourth of July.
Miss Anna Wlegardt . spent the
holidays with her brother at . Ocean
Miss Frances Eckert Spent Tuesday
in Ocean Park with friends.
HCXDREDS THRONG BAYOCEAN
Crowds Necessitate Pressing Into
Service Extra Ferries.
BAYOCEAN, Or., July 10. (Spe
cial.) The largest crowda in years
thronged this resort during the
double Independence r day holidays.
Captain L. E. DeRock' was forced to
impress into the eervice extra fer
ries In addition to the Dorothy May,
in an attempt to keep up with great
numbers of pleasure seekers arriv
ing by train and automobile at Bay
City. The natatorium, which was
opened for the first time July 4.
proved popular with many gay par
ties who preferred the .pleasant
warmed ocean water to the colder
breakers of the beach.
R. R. Steele of Portland, who is
general manager of the entire resort,
arrived last week to take charge. He
will be Joined later by Mrs. Steele
and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence A. Steele
and two daughters. Clarence Steele
has recently returned from Siam,
where he was a missionary.
Juniper cottage in Bungalow City
has been engaged for the summer by
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Reynolds of
Swank cottage shelters its owners,
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Swank and daugh
ter of Portland.
At Scotch Heather co'ttage for the
coming week are Mr. and Mrs. J. R.
Burton of Portland.
Domiciled in Eola cottage during
the entire month of July are Mr. and
Mrs. J. A. Patty of Tillamook.
Among the cottagers in bungalow
city are Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Ersklne
and family of Hood River.
Domiciled in Baronet cottage for
the season are Mr. W. U. Munseil and
Miss Dorothy Munseil of Portland.
Mr. Munseil is with the Portland
branch of the Oliver Plow company.
P. P. Poppleton and party of Port
landers recently made the hiking trip
to the Cape Mears lighthouse.
At Albatross cottage for the week
are Mr. and Mrs. Thaddeus W. Ve
ness and son Roy of Portland.
Recent Bayocean visitors were Mr.
and Mrs. H. W. Bray of Silverton,
and Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Bray of Hold
Until mid-August Island cottage
will be the residence of Mr. and Mrs.
A. W. Strowger of Portland.
Portlanders registered during the
past week at Hotel Bayocean were
A. A. Malloney. Mr. and Mrs. A. E.
Holcomb and son, Kenneth, Miss Jo
sephine Cameron and Bonnie Cham
pagne, Gerald H. Le Cuyer, M. A. Bar
nett. Mr. and Mrs. John Crawford and
Among Portland people who are
spending the entire season at this
beach are Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Gowdy
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Jennison of
Portland are domiciled in Coeur
d'Alene cottage, bungalow city, for
the coming fortnight.
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Lewis of Port
land are expected in during the week
to occupy the Lewis cottage.
A party composed of William R.
Coates of Seattle and Mr. and Mrs.
Carl M. Anderson of Tillamook made
a recent brief inspection of the beach.
Three cottages. Breakers, Wallowa
and Tecumseh, have been engaged for
B. R. Williston and party from Port
land. Spending their vacation at bunga
low city are Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Rauch
. Tecumseh cottage . was deeded
during the past week by Mrs. Wil
liam Torrance of Portland.
James R. Burke of Portland has
been engaged . a swimming Instructor
at the natatorium for the season.
BEACH SEASON" ON' IX EARNEST
Visitors Throng Hotels and Sum
. mer Cottages at Manhattan.'
MANHATTAN, Or., July 10. (Spe
cial.) The summer season is now in
full swing at this beach, with more
than the usual number of vacation
ists already here. Interest is about
equally divided between the various
beach entertainments and activities
bonfire parties on the beach, bathing
in the surf and lake, hiking trips,
crabbing and fishing expeditions.
Later there will be huckleberries in
abundance in the big timber of the
Miss E. Elder of the Hotel Manhat
tan motored in this week by the
Sheridan road, having attended tho
Until August Never In cottage wl l
be occupied by Mrs. G. A. Cusick and
children, Eleanor, June and George, of
Dolce Far Niente cottage will shel
ter for the' remainder of the season
its owners, Mrs. and Mrs. F. H. Leit
ner, and daughter, Miss Bertha Leit
ner, of Portland. Mr. Leltner made
the hike in from Seaside, being one
of the first to .make the trip by the
inner trail this season.
Housed in the Walkley cottage,
Moroneytown, for the rest of the
summer are Mrs. Charles Bell, Mrs.
T. E. Rowe and children, Mary and
"Little T. E.," all pf Portland.
Mrs. A. S. Acheson of. Manhattan
left last week for an extended visit
with her sister at Hood River.
Mrs. John Gustafson and daughter.
Miss Florence Gustafson, of Portland
are domiciled in Deming- cottage No.
2 for the summer.
At her cottage. Belle View, fr
the next two weeks, is Mrs. E. Kuhn
hausen of Portland.
Among Portlanders registered at
Hotel Crescent is Mrs. Anna Welch.
Leslie Summers of Portland passed
last week as house guest at Merry
W. F. Cole arrived from . Portland
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Travel Mountain, River,
FORMERLY HACKNEY COTTAGE
Located on NORTH BEACH, universally conceded to be the finest beach in
the (Pacific Northwest splendid surf bathing near the hotel. Excellent
table, airy and comfortable rooms.
For rates, write Hotel
HOTEL SEASIDE, Inc.
SEASIDE, CLATSOP BEACH, OREGON
' ., REf;O.V'S FI.NKST ALL-THK-VEAK-BOUND RESORT HOTEL
Dining room seats 300 guests, fine large dancing halt, aun room and
palm parlor, large homelike lobby, big cheerful fireplace, lounging room,
tea room and ice cream parlor, hot salt water baths, bathing suits for
oceap bathing, steam beat anil hot and cold water in every room, cafeteria
(eating ISO people. New equipment throughout. We have spared no
(fort or expense to make this Oregon's finest resort hoteL Oolf. Howl
InfC, DinrlnK, 'i'l-out fr'lahlnjr;. Canoeing; and Stirf Bathing-.
Reached via I, at S. by Direct Service from Portland to Seaalde.
Al6a Steamer C,eoriclana and O.-W. R. afe N. Steamers to Aatorla. where
connections are made with A. J. Auto Co. buasen to Hotel Seaside. For
reservations wire, pnone or write to
CHARLES II. ROWLEY, Manager
HOTEL. SEASIDE, SEASIDE, OREGON.
Oregon's Finest Beach Resort
HOTEL BAYOCEAN, sightly location, overlooking bay and ocean.'v Euro
pean plan. 11.50 and up per day. TENTS and BUNGALOWS in beautiful
grove of trees, well protected from wind, close to ocean and hay, ready for
housekeeping, $9.50 to $14.00 per week, including wood, water, 'lights; bodding.
bed linen, towels, etc.. accommodate' 4 people. Mr. C. C. Nepple, mgr.. Bay
ocean, Oregon. Splendid beach, easy to get clams, crabs, rock oysters and
fish; water sports in natatorium. For reservations or circulars ' call Main
5405. receivers T. B. Potter Realty Company, 325 Chamber of Commerce Bldg.,
PACIFIC VIEW HOTEL
Furnished rooms and tents for house
keeping. Facing the ocean. Address
L. P. HARRESCHOC. Prop, Seaside. Or.
Private cottage hotel for couples In
each room, as space limited; ocean
view; lovely location; glassed porch,
big living room, fireplace. b"st home
cooking; )5 each per day. Reserva
a. l. rcici.
119 Mntk Avenue, Seaside, Oregon.
Long-distance telephone In hotel. Two
blocks from ocean. Buy your ticket
to Shelburne station. Write for res
ervations. American plan.
T. J. HOARE, Sea View, Wash.
Ten miles north of Newport. Famous for
tta scenic charm, sea fishtnff. trout fishing,
muscles, clams, crabs. Oregon's coming
summer resort. Own your own home by
the seashore. Free camp grounds, free
water and free wood. For prices of de
sirable lots and other Information write
B. F. JONES, Newport. Oregon.
On Bar View Beach on the Tillamook
Shore. One. two and three-room cottages,
completely furnished for light housekeep
ing. Pure mountain water, electric lights,
sanitary toilets. Protected from sea breeze,
close to beach. Clams, crabs, trout f f sh
in p: overlooks Tillamook bar. Ideal sum
mer vacation spot. For reservations and
rates, address L. J. Tolls. Bar View. Or.
Leave ROUTLEDGE SEED A FLORAL
CO. 145 SECOND ST.. phones Main 172.
A-S8J1. for Arrah Wannah. Welches, Taw
neys. Government Camp and Rhododendron.
Owned and operated by Irvlngton Garage
ft Auto Co.. Inc. J. La. S. Snead. Pres.
Mgr. Phone E. 133. E. 14th and Broadway.
"Muke rettervations In advance."
Conductea atioiia j.nes most invit
ing to men and women of refined
tastes bend for Illustrated booklet
M KJ. C. W. J. KECKKKS.
White Sulmnn. Vah I'hotte 7MYI
The New St. Martins
Mineral Springs Hotel
Columbia River's Best Resort
Hot Mineral Baths
Very beneficial for rheumatism
and blood disorders. Auto meets
all trains at Carson. Washington.
Battle Ground, Lake Wash.
Take Yacolt road out of Vancouver.
Come to the mountains. Admission 10c.
Phone Your Want Ads to
Main 7070 A. 6095
this week and will be established at
Camp We-Li-Kit until October.
Guests of Miss Florence Gustafson
at Deming cottage No. 2, over the
Fourth, were the Misses Helen Gus
tafson and Jane Gregory and Mrs.
Susan Foster, all of Portland.
Among recent registrants at Hotel
Manhattan were Wayne and Thelma
Larkin. Margaret A. Mills, Mr. and
Mrs. Harry C. Kendall and Captain
G. V. Lintner, all of Portland, and
Mr. C. Andrews of Detroit, Mich.
Mrs. ' ' M. J. Baldwin and daughter,
Mrs. Kthel RitzelL after an outing at
this beach, have returned to their
home in Washougal. Wash.
MOUNTAIN RESORTS CROWDED
Many Portland People Are Guests
at Eyrie, Near White Salmon.
WHITE SALMON, Wash.. July 10.
(Special.) The mountain resorts
throughout the mid-Columbia section
Seaview. Seaview, Wash.
The best hotel on Tillamook Beaches.
"The place that pleases."
Also all kinds of beach cottages for
rent, for reservations address
J. J. KREDS, Rockaway, Oregon.
Hay den Lake, ldnho.
Most beautiful resort -In Idaho, sit
uated on the banks of Hayden
Lake. Oolf . tennis, boating, fish
ing;. Beaut if u 1 d rives and walks.
Addreu Dimb l. Moore. Prop.
Onus Park, Wash.
Best family resort on North Beach.
Rates, J14 per week.
Meals: Week days 50c. Sunday 75c
MANHATTAN BEACH. OREGON.
The piace you will like, right on the
ocean. Finest Bathing Beach on th
coast. The best of home cooking. Com
fortable, homelike place for families. Spe
cial attention slven to week-end parties.
For rates and reservations call Sellwood
1 stiS. or write
MRS. E. ELDER. Manhattan Beach, Or.
Xecanlcum Inn. Seaside. Oregon.
The only family hotel overlooking ocean.
Beautiful pr rounds, sun parlor and roof
garden. Dining room in charge of trained
dietitian and staff of especially selected
O. A. C. students.
Miss Emily Damann, Frop.,
In the beautiful Trout Lakft valley. Wash
ington. Good trout fishing on the lake,
la Trout creek or White Salmon river. By
auto or horseback, visit the lava and Ice
caves. Goose lake, Indian race track,
8 team boat lake. etc. Automobile road to
Mt Adams from hotel, 12 miles. Tennis,
croquet, swimming pool. Amusement hall
with dancing and billiards, near hotel. $3
per dy. $16 per week.
J. K. Reynolds. Proprietor, Guler, VTaah.
RHODODENDRON INN, ML HOOD
Oregon's most beautiful mountain resort on
Ztfrzair river, in eversreen forest, near
base of Mt Hood. Real meals, well cooked
and well served, larce swlmmins; pool,
danclnir hall, saddle horses, croquet, fleh
lnfr. Rates $4 per day. 921 to J-5 per week.
For auto stas;e call Kest 135 or Main 172.
MRS. KMIL FRANZETTI. Prop.
For Reservations and Tickets
Rainier National Park
Call on or write our '
Dorxrr B. Smith. Msrr.'
fournal Travel Bureau, ISO Br'dwav
Phone Mar. 1979. Portland. Or.
Cool nights and balmy days
at elevation of 600 feet
ill r? r n in n cuisine
1 n LI I V A il I I UNEXCELLED l
Famed for trout flshingf motor bostlng,
sutomobilins and mountain hilcinv. Air
Plaoa flichts. - L WAxflUB, Msaafar.
Astoria and Way Points
Round trip daily (except Friday) leaves
Portland 7:10 A. M.. Alder-street dock;
Leaves Aatoria t P. M., Flavel dock. Fare
1.3 each way. Special a la carte dining
service. Direct connection for south
beaches. Xigbt boat daily, S P. M., daily
except Sunday. The Harkin Transporta
tion Co. Main 1422. 541-22.
are caring for capacity crowds, with
reservations being made for several
weeks to come.
The following from Portland have
been guests at the Eyrie resort near
White Salmon, during the past week:
Mrs. Tetu. Mrs. Moffett, Mrs. Metchen,
Mrs. Lea, John F. Byrne, lrs. Ben
Selling. Mrs. A. C. U. Berry, Alfred
Berry, Mrs. E. Tuhil, Miss George N.
Black, Charles G. Black, Mrs. E.
Huntington. George N. Black, Mr. and
Mrs. M. M. Gilbert, Mr. and Mrs. War
ren P. Smith, Mrs. W. W. Cotton, Matt
Shaneo, Dr. and Mrs. Arthur Rosen
feld. Miss Freda Baruh, Mr. and Mrs.
H. R. Blanvelt, James Pv Stapelton
and Miss Stapelton, Mr. ' and Mrs.
Harold Wendel and Master Sanford
Wendel, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur M. Sher
wood Jr., Dr. and Mrs. George F. Wil
son, Miss Louise Weeder, Miss Eva
Wentworth, James Robb, George H.
Cecil. Franz B. Drinker, Helen Car
man, Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Edlefren, Mr.
and Mrs. F. A. Wertman, Mr. and Mrs.
Lake and Beach Resorts
CJ VcON FECITONEJQf & RESTAURANT
The best of every
thing to eat, pre
pared in the way
you like best. The
welcome you in
Spend your vacation in
On Geary St., Jnst off Union Sqnsre.
clos to STarrttainr worth whits. Oood
accommodations st modersts rates.
Breakfast, 50c, 60c, 75c, Lunch TOe
(Snndaja 75c), Dinner (1.25 (Sundays
$1.50). Municipal car passes the door.
Stewart Motor Bus meats principal
trains sad steamers. It Is adYlssble to
make reservations in advanca of arriTal.
t?y Tours sfr.
Six tours travins September. October. November and
December to the principal cities of the World. Parties
limited to 12. Accommodations the but . available
Tours from September on. visiting Jspsn. Korea. China
Manchuria, the Philippines sna lava. AlsOjS cruise to the
South Sea Islands.
A tour ssilinc from Sesttle July 2 lit.
Special tour, leaving every week.
Fall Tours to Eurooe. South imnin rilifnn.:.
-3k Wherever you trsvel carry
Wt" X American Express
C TUAVXI. DEPARTMENT ' S J
"V .aTm or- B.
S. S. "CITY OP TOPEKA"
Sails from Portland 9 P. M. July
15 for Marshfield. Eureka and San
Francisco, connecting with steam
ers to Los Angeles and San Diego.
SPECIAL. ETCIRSIOX ROOD
San Francisco to Los Anpeles. 25
San Francisco to San Diegro...$30
On sale Jure 1 to August 31.
Ticket Office 101 Third St.
Municipal Dock No. 2.
Phone Main 8281.
PACIFIC STEAMSHIP COMPANY
S. S. ROSE CITY
' DEPARTS lO A. 31.
Monday, July 12
FROM AIXSWORTH DOCK.
Fare Includes Berth and Meals.
CITY TICKKT OFFICE 3D AND
WASH. PHONE MAIN 3530.
FREIGHT OFFICE, AINS WORTH
DOCK. PHONE BDWY. 2S.
THE SAN FRANCISCO at PORT
LAND S. 8. COMPANY.
F. P. Drinker, S. .Dobie, Mrs. C.
Thompson, Ted Whalen, Jack Edle
fren, H. H. Schoolfield and wife, Vir
ginia Schoolfield, Mrs. Jessie B. Col
lins, E. T. and J. C. Collins, Miss Nora
Furlett, Mr. and Mrs. James L. Con
ley, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Jeffery. Miss
Nancy Master Jeffery, John Callahan.
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Poulsen. Dr. and
Mrs. M. C. Holbrook, Miss Jane Master
Holbrook and . Mr. and Mrs. S. B.
Other guests were: Mrs. J. McGil
vary, San Franniscof Mrs. J. .Brown,'
San Francisco; H. li. ShroDshin, Bir
mingham. Ala.; W. It. Woolpert. Hood
River: Mr. and Mrs. E. N. Blauvelt
and family, Seattle: Mrs. H. P. Kram
mer and John Rudkin and wife,
Kennewick; Miss E. L. Brown, New
York: Miss Elsie Collingwood. New
Britain. Conn.; Mrs. B. Campbell, Mrs.
Robert L. Campbell and Miss Mar
garet Campbell. New York; Mr. and
Mrs. Ernst Guturllig, Chicago: Mrs.
1 Arthur M. Sherwood, -New -York; -Mx.
Portland and the North
west's finest hostelry.
Rates $2.50 and Up
Splendid grill and fa
cilities for entertaining
The SEWARD is a new. modern and
elegantly appointed hotel, possess in 5
one of the most beautiful corner lob
bies in the northwt-a. Located at
10th and Alder stiopposite Olds,
Wortman & King's big department
store. In heart or retail and the titer
district. Rates $1..M and up. Ex
cellent dining-room service. Popu
lar prices. Bus meets a41 trains.
"W"" car al5o runs from t'nion De
pot direct to Hotel SEWARD. -W.
C. Cul-bertson. Prop.
those spendable everywhere F JStk.
Travelers Cheques 'M & J
Hmltli 1. I-. A . "f X-v
"NORTH CHINA LINE."
Direct service without transhipment.
PORTLAND to Kobe, Yokohama, Shang
hai. TsinRtau. Taku Bar and Dalren.
S. S. "West Kerts" Late Jnly Loading
S. S. "Went NivlMia, Earlv An. Loading
8. S .Wet Nomentun" Late Aug. Loading
The ..Love-named vessels -are now oelng
booked. For further information regarding
apace, raies. etc. apply
Board of Trade Building:
S. S "ASTORIAN"
: P. M. DAILY (Except Tburs.
FA-RE SLiS. Including; tax.
Taylar St. Dock,
Phones Mala 1065. . 611-48.
Honolulu. Suva. New Zealand.
The Palatial Passenger Steamers
R.M.F3. "NIAGARA- K. M. S. -MAKUUA"
10.000 Tons 13.500 Tuns
Ball from Vancouver, H. C.
For fares and sailings spuly Can. loe. Rail
way. 5 Third St.. Portland, or Canadlaa
Aa.traia.ian Koval Mail Line. 4M Mjwial
St Vancouver. f. C-
Phone Your Want Ads to
Main 7070 A 6095
and Mrs. C. King Benton, Hood River;
Mrs. W. M. and Miss Emily Benton.
Peoria, 111.; Mrs. Jennie C. Niswandoi,
' Daily truck service from Portland
to Arra Wauna, Welches and Rhodo
dendron. Leave all trunks or goods
of any kind at Front and Morrison.
Portland Seed Co.. 153 Front street.
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