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THE SUNDAY OREGOXIANV PORTLAND, JULY 9, 1932
NORTHWEST VACATIONISTS FROLIC AT BEACHES
1 1 .j . 1 I
(Continued From Page 6.
is in line with the policy of safety
and health for the members of the
An interesting party that spent
the last week in the auto, park in
cluded Mr. and SJrs. Jerrold Louns
bury, Edgar Snyder and son James
and Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Case and
daughter,, all from Albany, N. Y.
They are touring in a specially con
structed house on wheels, complete
ly equipped for housekeeping, and
have been on the trail for six weeks.
They were unanimous in pronounc
ing the Long Beach auto park one
of the most beautiful they had seen
In their travels and the best man
aged. Mr. and Mrs. Frank L. McGuire
-and daughter Molly, with Mr. and
Mrs. Fred Clark motored to Long
Beach for the Fourth and stayed
at the Driftwood. They spent the
hours seeing the. new highways and
enjoying the many beautiful trips
over the peninsula, which are now
open to the traffic.
Mrs., Edwin Avery and daughter
Felica are domiciled in their cbttage
for the summer.
Mrs. Carl Moore and children are
the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Shaffer ar
rived last Saturday and have opened
their attractive cottage here.
. Mrs. E. S. Routledge is spending
the week at Seamore court.
Dr. and Mrs. E. R. Gardner and
Mrs. J. H. Schwtnn are the guests
of Mrs. Duffy.
Mrs. W. H. Rowe and Miss Susie
Rowe are visiting here. '
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Misener and
daughter are summering in, their
cottage on the meadow.
Mr. and Mrs. E. Southern are oc
cupying Broadway court.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Matthews are
honeymooning at the beach.
Among motorists who spent the
Fourth at the auto park were Carl
Nichols, Charles H. Mores, T, G.
Runyan. C. R. Davis, F. Kelt. John
Blied, Mr. and Mrs. C. Dickens, W.
Kowaleski, A. Gordan, J. Lundgren,
John H. Ped-erson. L. A. Ellas, A.
Penderson and A. E. Westby.
Mr. and Mrs. R. Chrlsman will
occupy the Ehlinger cottage this
Stephen Prothero is the guest of
Registered at the North Beach inn
are L. Sanford, F. E. Sanford, Mrs.
J. M. MacFarland, Mrs. R. B. Con
nell, S. N. Patton and family, Ella
and Joe O'Reilly, Mr. and Mrs.- J. N.
Smith and Floyd B. Cook.
Mrs. P. L. Preultt and daughters,
Barbara and Marion, have opened
their cottage here.
Miss Beatrice Mumford of Van
couver, Wash., Will spend the en
tire season here.
Mrs. YV. M. Byrne, with Margaret
and Wilfred Byrne, have . gone to
Pontland, but wifl motor back this
week and will remain for two
Miss B. Griffin is vacationing at
Mrs. H. Hellendorn, Miss Florence
Hellendorn, Harriet Newell and
Merrill Newell are enjoying a short
stay at "Ocean Wave" cottage.
Mrs. E. Bartel is now in her sum
mer homfe. She has as her guests
Walter Holzer, Mrs. ' E. J. Schlegel
and Allaine Hollister.
The Hanneman cottage has been
the scene of a jolly house party.
The guests included Mrs. H. G.
Chickering and son Herbert Jr., Mr.
and Mrs. F. H. Hildebrand and chil
dren, Mary and Franklin Jr; Mrs.
E. Robertson and A. G. Robertson.
Misses Anna and Louis Tauble are
recent arrivals at the Long Beach
Mrs. C. H. McGurr and. children,
Betty, Jack and Jule, have taken
the Hicks cottage for the month of
Mr. and Mrs. George F. Vahl and
son Frederick and Mr. and Mrs.
Halley H. Armfield and daughter
Virginia were week-end visitors
Occupying the "Bide-a-Wee" cot
tage are Mr. and Mrs. J. L Mar
shall, Mabel Marshall and Janet
Mrs. B. H. Grant. Miss Kathleen
Grant apd Conrad E. Rothwill spent
" 4cv nccuD in tue ouiats iiume on
ine attractive Douty summer
home on the ridge at Breakers was
thf scene of a huge house party
over the week-end, when Miss Rob
erta Douty entertained a number
of her girl friends from Portland.
Included in' the party were Cath
erine West. Edna- Ellen Bell. Mil
dred Vaughn, Jean Muir, Margaret
Ellen Douty, Julia and Ellen Brad
ley, Dorothy Mielke and Annie Allen
La Moree. ;
Mrs. L. .M. Cruikshank and sons.l
wiiiiam ana ,awin, are now occupy-i
lng their home at Breakers.
Mrs. Clara Stevens is entertaining
Mrs. E. L. Taylor and Miss Ruth
June of Olympia, Wash.
Mrs. A. Im Maeder and children
are spending a few days here. They
are the guests of Mrs. Paulino
Roenicke, at her summer home.
Mrs. H. Friedman, with Lester
Friedman and Mrs. Karsh, are in the
Mrs. Westbrook Dickson and
daughter, Mary Louise, are at the
Noon home at Tioga.
Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Donnerberg
opened their summer home here last
Mr. and Mrs. Myers Gumbert have
as- their guests Mr. and Mrs.' Her
Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Martin are
occupying their summer home on
the ridge at Tioga.
Summering at feroadway court are
Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Dubach and fam
ily, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Pope and
children and Mr. and Mrs. Kenedy..
Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Schloth are
guests of Mrs. J, C. Watson.
Mrs. Stuart Springer is entertain
ing Mrs. M. H. Bolinger of Montana.
Mr. O. Hunt and son John are re
cent arrivals here. They are the
house guests of Mrs. Rayber;
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Shaffer have
opened their cottage for the sum
Dr. and Mrs. R. W. Benjamin were
week-end visitors here. .
' SEA VIEW CROWDS MEHKY
Many Attend Fourth of July Cele;
bratlpu it Ilwaco. .' .' !
SEAVIEW, Wash., July a. (Spe
cial.) The Fourth of July was a
day v of general merriment for the
holiday visitors at Seaview. Kid
dies with their firecrackers ayid
noisemakers, picnic parties and
bathers thronged'1 the beach
throughout the day. Though there
was no formal celebration at this
point of the beach many went 16
Ilwaco, a-few miles south, where
band concerts and programmes were
given during the day, and at night
hundreds attended the dance, where
. the festivities of the day were con
Albert Spahmah entertained with
a bonfire party Tuesday. His guests
included Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Jen
nings, Miss Evelyn Fisher, Mr. and
Mrs. T. C. Bloomer, Mr. and Mrs.
H. F. Mutsig, Mrs. V. French, Oritae
Mutzig and Barbara and Richard
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. O'Connor and
son John, Mrs. K. E. O'Coner and
the Misses M. L. and Edna O'Con
nor motored to the beach for the
Mr. and. Mrs. H. S. Luske are oc
cupying the MacKenzle home this
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Huggins and
daughter Eloise have taken the" Ml 1
B. Wells summer home here. !
Mrs. t. j; McShatko and children j
and Mrs. J, Kissick will spend the
month of July at Moffitt's.
The Joseph Managhan cottage at
Seaview has been .opened for the
Among the recent arrivals at the
Hotel Seaview are Mr. and Mrs.
Charles L. Robinson, Mr. and Mrs.
E. L. French, Florence and Kath
erine Bagley, Mrs. Katherine Bag
ley, Miss Marvel Case and Mr. and
Mrs. Thomas B. King.
Mrs. F. G. White is entertaining
Mrs. R. C. Taylor and children.
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Lawson ' are
domiciled in the Catlin cottage.
Mrs.. C. H. Vaughn and daughter
of Hood River are among the new
comers. They have taken the
Wheeler cottage for the season.
Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Hagedorri and
family have opened their -summer
" J. A. Albright and children are
summering at the Moffitt cottages.
Mr. and Mrs. C Campbell are
A. H. Murr, Mr. and Mrs. D. Da
vidson and son Orlando, Mr. and
Mrs. S. F. Lockwood and Billy
Lockwood are registered at the
Jacob Lesser has Opened his cot
tage here for the summer.
Ralph Jennings is the. guest of
his parents, who are summering at
the Kl-gr-be cottage.
Leon, Sichel was 'a week-end
visitor at the Lowenson cottage.
Mrs. J. T. Concannon with Vin
cent and Dorothy have arrived to
spend the summer months. Mary
Curran is their house guest.
Miss Barbara Cook is the house
guest of Mrs. Fred Jennings.
Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Waters -arrived
last week and have opened the
Waters cottage on the boulevard.
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Irish and fam
ily, who are spending the summer
here, entertained Mr. and Mrs. H.
A. Bowen over the Fourth.
E. Merges and son arrived last
Mrs.- A. H. Helliwell and daugh
ters, Ethel and' Genevieve, are dom
iciled in the Sfook.
Mr. and Mrs. R. Shepherd -will
spend the summer season at the
Among the guests at the Gables
are Mr. and Mrs. Robert Doerges of
San Rafael, Cal.; Mrs. E. S. Baker,
Mr. and Mrs.' Gerald Goodsell and
children, Geraldine and Donald.
Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Wolford and
son Catlin have opened their sum
mer home here.
Mr. and Mrs. O. M. Jamison will
spend the summer months here.
.Mr. and Mrs. Walter Johnson and
family have opened their cottage.
The Shelburne is the destination
of many motor parties and vaca
tionists. Among the recent arrivals
there are Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Hamp
ton, Emma Walter, Josephine Shoe
maker, Mrs. Sara J. Daniels, Mrs.
Harry Lang, Stanley Lang, Mr. and
Mrs. W. E. Brooks, Mr. and Mrs.
J. M. De Riener, Mr. and. Mrs. C. H.
Watson, Mrs. Byron Loomis, Mr.
and Mrs. R. E. Holbrook.
Lieutenant-Governor Coyle and
party are among the guests at the
Mr. and Mrs. Horace Mecklem and
party have been guests at the Shel
burne for the past Week.
Henry F. Bain, Fred Routledge, J.
V. Adams, J. E. Carver, . Frank" Ol
son Jr. and Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Ol
sen and family are at Hotel Sea
view. Grandma R. B. Knight was the
honor guest at a delightful surprise
party last Tuesday, the occasion be
ing her birthday Mrs. Knight's
many beaeh friends called to wish
her well and showered hei- with
lovely flowers. The guests included
Mr. and Mrs. N. G. Thorsen, Mr. and
Mrs. James Maimer, Mrs. V. T. Cal
der and Russell and Mabel John
stone. . Mr. and Mrs. George Pauley are
entertaining as their guests Mr.
and Mrs. Wise of Portland.
. Mr. .and Mrs. A. E. McCoy atfd
children, Bert and Mabel, and Mrs.
Fannie Leigh are the house guests
of Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Leigh.
Page Shindler, Mr. and Mrs. Ed
"ward Thompson," Mr. and Mrs.
Henry Goode and Mr. and Mrs.
Thomas Barnes motored to the
Shindler cottage at Beach Center
for a short stay.
Mr. and Mrs. D. S. Baker of Walla
Walla are among the summer visit-
Mrs. D. C. Broomfield and daugh
ter will be guests at the Severest
for the season
Registered at the Gables are Mrs.
D. M. Watson, Mr. and Mrs. H. F.
Maeder and children.
Mr. and Mrs. C. Erickson and son
Bunny are guests at the Day Dan
Mrs. Robert Glasgow and daugh
ter, Mary Helen, will spend the
summer here. They are the guests
of Mr. and Mrs. James Manner.
Dr. and Mrs. C. R. McClure and
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Lfghter were
week-end visitors at the Thorsen
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Meyers
and daughter Marion ara summer
ing at -;Edgewood."
Mrs. Mary Maney has opened her
cottage here. Her guests are Mrs.
W. P. Mulchay and daughter Cath
erine. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Withers and
daughter Mildred of Spokajie have
taken a cottage at Beach Center for
Mi1, and Mrs. . A. F. Watson and
children, Frances, Esther and
Charles, motored from Spokane to
spend the season.
Walter Norby is vacationing at
Mr. and Mrs. Wallace S. Wharton
are honeymooning here. They aYe
guests at the Gables.
Mrs. F. H, Belton and Mrs. J.
Hickson and children are dfcCupylng
the Sheehy cottage.
Mrs. Charles Chamberlain is "the
guest of Mrs. Sweet at the Rocka.
, Domiciled in the Albee cottage
are Mr. and Mrs. H. R; Albee, Mr.
and Mrs. Bruce Stewart, and 'chil
dren, Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Lewis
Mrs. Eric Gates and Miss Gertrude
Mrs. Thomas Dryden and Miss
Grace Howatt are guests at the
Irene and Helen Maney and Lil
lian Allesina are guests of Mrs. M.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Healy an
Bernice and Frank Jr. have taken
the Moore cottage for the summer.
Mrs. J. O. Costello is the guest of
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. James
Mrs. C. Alphonse and daughter
Lucile'are' guests at the Sunset
hotel. ' -
Kenneth Goodel is the guest of
Among pbe guests at the Sunset
hotel are Leonard Krause, Jesse. 3.
Rich and L J. Cramer.
Miss Mary Holmes spent a few
days here with her grandmother,
Mrs. R. B; Knight. v
OCEAS PARK IS CROWDED
Arrival or Each Train Brings In
flux of Visitors.
OCEAN PARK, Wash... July 8.
(Special.) With the arrival of
each train many hew names are
added to the already long list of
vacationists who are enjoying the
wonderful weather and beautiful
scenery here. The auto park was
crowded with tourists over the
week end and numerous house
parties Were held.
Siifce last year, poles have been
erected and electric lights installed.
Other - improvements . Include - a
number of new summer 'homes and.
worV on the approach to the beach.
Mrs. Louise Schafer and her sis
ters, the Misses Jessie and Frances
McMaster, have opened the: McMaa
ter summer home here. -
Miss Abby Lamberson and her
niece, Miss Helen Lamberson. are
Mr. and Mrg. . James Roger and
daughters, Dorothy and Edith, ar
rives- Tuesday to remain for the
Mrs. Alf Clany and family are do
miciled iii their summer home.
Mrs. William Benfley and son
"Billy" Bentler . motored to the
beach for a short stay.
Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Werschul and
family have taken the Kenworthy
homo for the summer months.
Miss Frances Gill has as her house
guests Miss Dorothea Nash and Miss
Edna Freyd of Portland.
Guy Allison entertained residents
and visitors at the park at a big
watermelon feast and barbecue at
his summer home here last Saturday
night. , The programme included a
talk by Joe Knowles, he famous
backto-nature man, and a stunt by
the girls from Camp Willapa. This
affair-is given annually by Mr. Alli
son and is always one of the most
enjoyable events of the year.
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Spencer with
Mrs. Spencer's mother, Mrs. D. M.
Watson, motored to the beach for
the week end. They were guests at
the Munsell cottage.
Miss Dorothy Elweli is the house
guest of Miss Jessie McMaster.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stuart ar
rived last week to be tire guests of
Mrs, Newman. ..
T Mr. and Mrs. Harry Stone are vis
iting with Mr. stone's mother here.
Mr. and Mrs. $ay and son are
summering at th" Wall cottage.
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Gay are among
the new arrivals.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold S. Smith and
k : J
Delightful Days These
"At the Beach"
Why noti spend vacations and week-ends there, where the
. ocean insures comfort, rest and recreation? '
EVERY FRIDAY, SATURDAY, SUNDAY
JJood returning until Monday evening.
Good returning all season.
.' : V and; .' , '
North Beach Points
FAST SUMMER TRAINS
. 8:10 A.M.
Arrive Astoria .
Arrive Seaside .
Trains leave North Bank Station, Tenth and Hoyt Sts. -Illustrated
Foldere, Tickets, and Parlor Car Seats at
CONSOLIDATED TICKET OFFICE, Third and Washington StS;
NORTH BANK STATION. Tenth and Hoyt Bts.
children, Mary Louise, Virginia and
Amedee, were week-end guests of
Mrs. E. 1. Smith. - '
' Mr. and Mrs. William Ehlers of
Portland are visiting at the F. W.
Donald Campbell celebrated the
Fourth at the home of Mrs. H. E.
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Weston and
family will occupy -the Deer Lodge
mis summer. (
Vera and Ruth Wise of Salem. Or.,
fcre summering at the 'Pines.
Anna Wiegardt spent the week
end with her mother Iiere.
! Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Carnahan were
visiting here during the week.
Miss Sara Scott also is a guest at
the McMaster summer home.
Mr, and Mrs. F. J, Hawitt were
1 Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Borreugh are
visiting at the Munsell cottage."
Mrs. Jtodney Hurlburt was a vis
itor atthe .park last week.
Mr. ftBd'Mrs. Roger Haselton and
children, Elizabeth, Hannah and
Amedee, are the guests of Mrs. if J.
Mrs. A. G. Rushlighthas as her
guests Hazel and Raymond Ingram.
Domiciled in Tabor lodge are
Grace and Irene Burke, Mr. and
Mrs. C. H. Shaw and family, all of
Portland, and Mr. an Mrs. P. W.
Shaw of Denver, Colo.
The girlstwho are at Miss Elliott's
summer carap attend services at the
Ocean Park Methodist church. Last
fSunday night Guy Allison gave an
interesting talk and the services
were devoted to. eong and poetry.
Miss Anna M.-Lawrence and Miss
ah Burley are guests of Rev. and
Mrs. J. C. Lawrence. They will leave
this week ta attend the Ellensburg
state normal school.
' Registered at the Taylor hotel are
H. J. Bigger, Mrs. E. J. Bigger, Mrs.
Frank Bigger, Mrs. C. Barbur and
J. A. Ashow, all of Oregon City. -
The community ibonfires have not
been started here yet.
Mrs. L. C. Beaumont and her
mother, Mrs. Rollins, are guefts at
Mrs. L. 3. George is In charge of
The ideal way to play. . , .
Environed by a primeval
wonderland saountains, forest
and sea. Centered in an English
city theatres, shops, and
people. Quartered at a Can
adian Pacific hotel luxury,
comfort, arid service. . . From
salon to salmon from grill to
golf from ball-room to big
trees all are but a step.
- Come to the stately Empress.
The flowers bloom all year.
Reservations advised. Apply
. Canadian Pacific Office, 55
Third Street, Portland, or
A Canadian Patific Hotel
At Victoria -British Cblumbia-Canada
Low Round Trip Fares
s 1:30 P. M.
5:52 P. M. ll:00 P. M
6:00 P.M. 11:10 P.M.
the railway station at Ocean Park I
this yearl I
' ' r
BAR VIEW ATTRACTS MX j
Portlanders Among Others Occu
pying Coast Cottages.
BAR VIEW, Or., July 8.; (Spe
cial.) Dr. and Mr. Carl A. -Preno-
WHEN YOU VISIT
consider the Hotel Vendome,
unique among- the better hotels
of the country because of its
exceptional location, its se
lected clientele and general
atmosphere OT homelike hos
pitality. Delightfully situated
in the famous Back Bay dls-1
trict, quickly accessible to
Avenue at Dartmeath Street.
fS "IDEAI. TOUR."
American and European Plan
During Summer Months.
Send for IUostrated Booklet.
J H. GREENLEAP COMPANY,
Everett B. Rich. Mng. Director
Franklin K. Pierce, Associate M&r.
Portland and the North
west's finest hostelry.!
RateS $2.50 and Up
Splendid grill and fa
cilities for entertaining
private parties. , .
Columbia River Highway
"COLUMBIA RIVER HIGHWAY -
Unlaufe and distinctive. Forest
Hall has an atmosphere of culture
and refinement Simplicity and
restf ulness are everywhere apparent.
You will be delighted with the
servioe and appointments.
A breakfast, luncheon, afternoon
tea or dinner here will add the ulti
mate touch of pleasure to your trip
over the Columbia River Highway.
Call Long: Distance, Forest Hall,
- Jeaalca Herrrnkohl .
Battle ground, Wash.-
Battle Ground Lake
18 miles north of Vaneouver, Wash.
Good road, caved for 16 miles. Easy
ride from Portland. Free camping
ground. Fine bathing, canoeing,
dancing, pool hall, confectionery
store, light lunches. An ideal place
for an outing. A. Miller, manager,
Battle Ground. Wash. v
An assortment of ' delicious
chocolates and home-made spe
cials, ranging in .price from
$1.26 to $10.00 per box.
A delightful place ta have
.breakfast or light luncheons
any time during Cue day.
Also HiKR-Claaa " Confeetlona,
Soft Drinka and Cigara -
Situated at Multnomah Falls;
on Columbia River Highway.
Advertise ta SfcMWEtt ftAsOKT
DEPARTMENT OF THE ORE60NIAK.
It will briBf 70a mere biuineH. .
fest. and W. F. Warner of Portland
were in' Bar-View last week.
Memory cottage housed Mr. and
Mrs. Ancil R. Stanton and Mr. and
Mrs. Ed D. McVickerg of Portland
over the Fourth.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Quigtey ofj
Portland leased a cottage on Wise!
Way last week. - j
The Mary Pickford cottage was!
leased to Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Hawkins '
AGATE,. BEACH INN
one oz tne most picturesque and beau
tifully located resort hotels en tfi Ore
con coast, Midway between Newport and
C?P Foulweather, overlooking the ocean.
Large, airy rooms comfortable bed, fa
nioua for the excellence ef our cuisine.
Daily mall, phone. On Roosevelt high
way. For rates and reservations address
Sire. Katherine George, Agate Beach
V. O.. Or.
NEWPORT TENT CITY
Fifty cottages and ten fee, completely
furnished except top bedding and silver
ware. Electric lights in eottages, water
and wood. In sight of ocean. Bus meets
boat. Sta&e for Agate Beach and Otter
Rock leaves from Tent City each morn
ing. For reservations address
A, J. VAN WASKENHOVE,
Minthorn Sea Baths
Hot salt water, baths have proved
very beneficial in cases of rftettmattsm
and nervous disorders. Chiropractic
treatment given if desired. ifrht
housekeeping rooms in the same build
in r. Hot salt baths 30 cents. For .rates
and reservations address 1
M. W.. CROCKER, Prop.
THE OLD PLAYGROUND
Two and a-rno'm - furnished cottasrs
for rent, alee- four completely furnished
apartments beside the sea. "The Old
Playground" has been renovated and
completely refurnished, and is now
under the management of Mr, and Mrs.
S. H. Andersen Write for rates.
J. H. ANDERSEN, Newport, Oregon.
OTTER ROCK HOTEL
OTTER ROCK. OREGON.
.tJomd to Otter Rock and have a real
vacation, restful and homelike. Hotel en
edge of bluff overlooking ocean. Near
Devtrs runcn owi. Fine ri sums on tne
rocks., lots of mussels and clams. No
better eats on the Oregon coast. Board
and room 910 a week. Yon will like It.
Ten mUeH north of NfiWDort Write to
THOMAS U. HORNING, Otter Rock, Or.
MOFFETT8 HOT SPRINGS
aj 111 reus r. y.iuii.
The New Hotel ltU the Wonder bprine;
upen au tne year.
8. P. & S. to Casoades. Wash. Free
auto meets all .trains.
North Bank Highway or Columbia
Room and board, week, $22; day, $3.50;
single baths, 60e; seven baths, $3; Ameri
SH1FHKKU'8 HOT SPRINGS
ODen year round. The ideal health and
recreation resort. Via S. P. & B. Rr via
Columbia River Highway to Cascade
Locks, ferry to Stevenson, Washington.
"Write or phone for reservations. Rates
su per ween ana up; sd.ou a nay ana up.
John E. Kelly, Manager.
Harold H. Bain, Aas't Manager.
City Office, 433 ham. of Commerce Bids;.
Pbone Broadway itbi
Famous for its curative water.
An ideal resort for health and
Rates 3.50 per day and sip.
- Z1 per week and up.
Ii. B. MARKHAM, Prop.
South Mt. Hood
"TRAVK6, BI MOTOrt STAGS"
MT. HOOD STAGES
Daily Service to the South Side ML
Hood Resorts, June 15th to Sept. 15th,
from the STAGE DEPOT, Park and Yam
hill st b.j at 7:45 A. M. ; also on Saturdays
at 9: id f. jm.. aurins juiy ana August.
Round trip fare to Welches $5.75, Arrah
Wanna,. Tawney's or Rhododendron $6.00;
Gov. Camp $8.00v The MT. HOOD RE
SORTS are ideal for summer vacations.
Information, tickets and reservations at
STAGE DEPOT. Park and Yamhill sts.
Phone Main 861L Make reservations in
Rhododendron F. O,, Orefcon.
Auto leaves stage depot dally 7:45 A. 14.
Phone Main 8611.
Spead your vacation at the Use ef
south Mt. Hood. Excellent accommoda
tion!, good eats, wonderful scenery,
mountain climbinc an ideal plaee (or
rest, recreation ana enjoyment.
RHODODENDRON INN, MT. HOOD
Orea-on's'most beautiful mountain "sert
Summer Home, and Building bites on
river for sale. Real meals, well cooked
and well served, large swimming pool,
dancing hail, saddle horsea, eroquet, fish
ing. Rates J4 per day, $21 to 23 per
week. Auto leaves. Stage Depot 7;5 A.
M. daily. Phone Main' 8611
Reservations by Long Distance.
- . MRS. EMU, FRAKZKTTI, i'rop. j
Rhododendron. Oregon, 1
Advertise in SUMMER RESORT
DEPARTMENT OF THE OREGON! AK.
It will brine you mote business.
v - . ' "a
and son, Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Allen
and daughter of Portland, and Mr.
and Mrs. H. Bruer of Kerry, Or., last
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Custer and
family of Portland were on Wise
Way last week.
Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Bellinger of
Lebanon occupied a cottage on Wise
Way last week. . '
Priscilla Dean cottage was occu
IDAHO'S BEAUTIFUL RESORT ' '
- Dan J. Moore, Prep,
r.ozanta, conducted on th American plan,, is a beautiful Swiss chalet, tnr
roundeu by many modern cottagea, on th ahor of- Hayden lake, 40 mllea
from Spokane. Contains grand lobby, two great fireplaces, a.ttracrlv rooms,
with or without bath; charming dlnln- room, with tables supplied by the
choicest productions of ever-blooming orcimrds and gardeas. If you love golf,
tennts, dancing, rowing, swimming, fishing or motoring, coma to this sunny
summer:-, nd of America, For rates r reservations write to
TAVERN, Hayden Lake, Idaho
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Unexcelled Service ThroughoutModerate Hates Special -Weekly Rates)
MERRITT & JONES
U. 8. Mall Stare
Passenger and Truck Service
Seaside and Cannon Beaeti.
SEAVIEW, WASHINGTON y-
Located on North Beach. The finest beach in the Pacific Northwest.
Unsurpassed surf bathing, 200 yards from hotel. Excellent cuisine, com
fortable rooms. An Ideal summer resort. For rates, reservations address
HARRY F. MUTZIG, Seaview. Wash.
LONG BEACH HOTEL
- Long Beach Wash.
Located on te world famous Long
Beach. Clams, crabs, surf bathing. This
hotel Is well prepared to make your
stay pleasant. Large, airy rooms, ocean
in view. Dining room in connection.
Rates reasonable. For further informa
H. H. Tinker, ProD.. Lone Beach. Wash.
The Gables Hotel
Tw blocks from Beach on board
walk. Small but exclusive. For peo
ple who eajoy a distinctive place.
Modern, large living room with fire
place. Phone of write.
MRS. M. K. OENSMOJT.
LAKE LYTLE HQTEL "Twixt Ocean and Lake"
Open all year.
Good roads, fine auto accftmmodations. Southern Pacific station
at Ictel. Largest and most modern hotel on Tillamook Beaches.
Write or phone Julia M. Parker,
LAKE LYTLIS HOTEI, Rookawny, Or.
Manhattan Beaeh, Or.
Fit. est bathing:, beach on the coast.
Very best of home cooking. A com
fortable home-like place for fam
ilies. Special attention given to
-eek-enf parties. Good automobile
road. For rates and reservations
call Auto. 624-95 or write Mrs. D. E.
Larkin, Manhattan Beach, Or., Tilla
Opens July 1.
For satisfactory accdmmodations
telephone or writo In advance to
MRS. S. G. REED ,
On Neah-Kah-Nie Beach
Nice, comfortable rooms or tent car
tages. Splendid meals. Fresh eggs,
milk and vegetables of our own
production. A good, restful place tt
spend your vacation. For rates ad
dress MRS. W. F. CAIN,
On ocean front at Cannon Beach. A
delightful place to- spend your vaca
tion. The beat of food, short orders,
' Shaw ft Kofelt, Props.
Hood River Valley
HODS RIVER, OR.
Spend your vacation at this at
tractive farm resort, where there
are plenty of fresh eggs, milk, vege
tables and spring chicken. For rates
address . . ' .
MRS. F. C. MOUSE,
Phone 5471. Hood River, Oregon.
MRS. ALMA HOWE, PROP.
Hood River, Oregon
A delightful place to spend your
vacation or week-end,
Hctel or. private cottages. Com
manding; view of Mt. Hood and Mt,
pied by Mr. and Mrg. Carl G. Dahl
green and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Erick
son of Portland over the week-end.
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. McCleod and
family of Buxton, Or., were in the
Tom Mix cottage of the star group
over the Fourth. .
Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Carey of Port
land were at Wise Way last wek.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Minto, Harry
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4 HOTEL SEASIDE
THE BREAKERS' EDGE"
TTXJ !.V J
Two blocks from R. K. station, flva
minutes' walk from oeean. Neatly
furnished rooms by day, week or
month, at reasonable rates. For res
MRS, OLIVE MeGtTTRE.
OCEAJf PARK, WASH.
Best Family Resort on North
Rates $14 per week. Meals title.
Home Cooking. Klectric Lia-hta,
SHKI.Bl RE STATION
Open all the year. Quiet and
restful. Two blocks from ocean. .
Special rates to family.
P. O. Box CM, Seaview, Wash. ,
Ror k away, Oreson.
If you have never tried the "Elmore
do so on your next trip or vacation. You
will never regret it. The best hotel on
ihe Tillamook beaches, ' within stone'
throw of the surf. Hot and cold watsr
in all rooms. Meals and beds unexcelled.
JPrlces reasonable. '
J. J. Krebs, Prop.. Rockaway, Or.
Thirty-five miles from Portland,
five . miles from McMinnville.
Take S. P. Electric on 4th St.
-or West Side Pacific Highway.
Hotel, Cottages, Camping Ground,
tance Hall, Tennis Courts, etc.
Best accommodations. The best
mineral water on the coast.
Billy Price. Manager.
BLUE RIVER, OREGON.
43 miles east of Eugene on McKenzie
river; excellent road: hunting, fish
ing, riding horses, pack trains, moun
tain guides. -ood meals. Splendid
la the beautiful Trout Lake valley.
Good trout fishing. By auto or
horseback; visit the lava and les
caves, Indian race track. , Steamboat
leke, etc. Automobile roads to Mt.
Adams, 1'2 miles north; Goose lake.
15 miles west; tourist club with danc
ing and billiards, near hotel. Ratea:
American pltn. J2.50 per day, $15 per
week. Campers' provisions for sale at
hotel. 1. E. Reynolds. Prop., Ouler.
PINE GROVE INN
Trent Lake, Wash.
Splendid meals. Rooms
tent houses. Bates reasonable.
Mrs. M. E. Jensen. Prop.'
i To pMple desiring relaxation, won-
i aerrm view, every mouem comion.
Write tor new rates and nooKiet. ,
MKS. C. W. J. RECKEKS.
f OTilte Salmon, Wash. Phone 7R-YL I