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like Lyitle Garibaldi Bar View Saltair Elmore
j BUOM RESTAURANT
j , 3nL Building aoutb of P.O.
Cafeteria ad ReaUrsnt eoabla4
' i Open all hoars
' Joh inlmon. Prop.
. Socksvty, Or. j
Faralanea Tnti sna Cottogts for Bent
Mar peat office, stores and depot; coa
vwafeat to th SBtalag taacbea.. .
. i .' . ... i .
Beach Conrt new. Mat, cleoa and he a
l.la; win fnraiaa yoa rooat and board
4 reaaonabU ratoa.
Tor reservations address proprietors:
Hxl or Mrs. A..B. WalUag; Sockavay, Oro
I HOTEL ELMORE
t8: rooms aolld eon fort; very thin norao-
n, eai aaa ciean. eiricuj soma cooa
lag. , Rates moderate
' , For Reservations . addroaa
I. t. KRESS
I Cottages and Tents
Wa bao Wats' and estates complete
ly iarnlahed ao all yon -od to bring is
yonr salt- ease and ailvarvrara. Others
will store, bedi sprtBfjfc vaaattreaa, diahea
aad eookjaf atsnsUs, and yoa caa supply
tho roalJ Watav HghU and froo wood
atU Aagaat lat. f 1 pw day and ap. Lota
of room at Bar Viow. A lady oangbt a
72-ponnd balibnt off th jetty last woak.
Fro cltm bako-StfadoyJuly SlaU
The Wise wav -
111 VIEW, THXAMOOK CO, OB.
SANITARY , MARKET
Off 8. P. Depot Eockaway. Oro.
Fresh aad eorcd nests
Clams, Craba, Fish, etc.
Peters! gad Bonnott Propa.
Expert Repairing, Etc.
Tiro, Oils, Greaaoa
Oa the Higbway at Bockaway
Sodarborg 4V Bpancor
REPORT ON ROADS
(Continued from age 1.)
Elmore Bakery Bread
Froak Every Day
Phono I4P4 Bockaway, Ort.
a ! ' MtokaTU ..'' "
4 .' i ; Bototo
"; , Tiroa and Taboo
o .1 GaaolUo, Oila, Groaaoa
1 1 ' ' i J . r
. f HotttlAg tMi ir .15 cart ;
m .., - . . : r I , !
H. L tkaUoa. Frop. Otrlbaldj. Oro.
Opon all fbo year around. Tbe beat
bo bad at ttiia hotel. Boy yens ticket
direct to BaUair atatwa. i
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Ky. and lira. P. Seymour, Prepa.
OCEAN VIEW COURT
; " Overlooking ffca Oeeaa ;
Fvralabod complete light, wood, i
ad Janitor bottIco froo. Modern
. II.a at anl f 1 IntM laih InaPB
nail ianitar aarTieo froo. Modern S-room
kowoe; fivo boda aad all furaiakiaga for
B. Tamer ' ' Bockaway. Ore.
COTTAGES FOR RENT,
Alio cottage aad lota for
ale, 9800 ap; tertna to anit
BoMtlftil location adioining
Croaeoat Lake and 800 feet front
ocean' edge. Highland Park.
Welch & McFall
Manhattan Beach Manhattan, Or.
GARIBALDI BEACH HOTEL
40 rooat. Dining room terries. Oar
effort la eoaatantly to keep the place
homelike aad refined.
Martin Xoealf, Prep.
At th waUr's odg Garibaldi, Or.
Ie Cream,5 Soft Drinka
Homo made Caadieo, ete.
P. T. Cnnren, Frop.
Opp. S, P. Depot Bockaway, Ore.
Kodak the Beaches
Than bring fovx fUnu to u
Ed. H. Wood, Prop.
Large Line View Poatcarda
JILLAMOOK COUNTY. BEACHES, y
For general Beat Eatate, addroaa or ae . ,
W. A. DAYIES ' '
I"!-. . Bockaway, P..O.
STAGE TO TILLAMOOK
1 iaaaTVw.8. boirU-at'daX WmiiSd
1 ad MeMUariilo.
I Leae Portland (Bft'ot Boyt) 8:15 a.m.
lfi Tifard rf.,Ji..... . S:4S a.m.
! 1 Arrive
Loao MeMiasTill ..
Leare . Tigard
ArriT Portland '
. 1:40 p.m.
.13:30 p m.
. 1:80 pja.
6; 85 p.m.
Balem people may make groat aariag ta tlm and money by Ukiag theae
Cadillac oars at either McMiaarill or Tlgard.
' per BeaerraUoaB Phono Broadway 190 or 78W Tillamook
:'.'.' '..V -.-''i;r' V .'':;-;",.Vy
- - - - ....
Lake Ly tie
Lake Lytic, Ore.
the mountain Js now open and in
usual lumrner condition.
Prairie City - Ironside: only
Ironside - Vail: detour through
apple orchards between Jamion
and Lancaster to avoid loose gra
vel;; macadam, Brogan to Vale;
very dusty in general; rough in
Old Oregon Trail
Pendleton - Kamela: Rood, with
few detours around crushers,
rough in ungraveled places.
Kamela - La Grande: Kamela
IHlgard: follow old county road,
very rough but 'passable.
La Gratide-Telocaset Good to
Hot Lake; detour alone foothill
road past sanatorium from Hot
Lake to Union, or turn off across
valley road at point 2.1 miles oast
the sanatorium; fair from Union
to Telocaset with some loose rock.
(Valley road from Hot Lake to
Union under construction and
closed from 6 to 1 1 a. m. and from
12 to 5 p. m.
Telocaset-Baker Good entire
Baker - Huntington Detour
from Nelson school hnnsn to
Weatherby; road pood with only
oub or iwo steep nuis.
Huntinsrton - Oijtarlo Take
ferry at Olds, via We
ette, Idaho, keeping on the Idaho
Side from Wefser tn rtntortn-
roujrh for firstf? miles: halanrA nt
u good condition.
Central Oregon Highway
Bend-Burns Fair, take new
roaa out of Bend for about 16
Burns-Vale Tint tor ttirAii li
vrane man tnrough Drewsey, ma
cauam irom uurns. balance rough
vaie-untario and Nyssa
Kougn, aeep ruts on account of
recent rains. .
Washington Stato T.lna.Vanl.
ton Pared almost ontiPA Hioior.
vaB v ua0B,ca,ij,rj
aetour ror 500 feet around bridge
at Blue Mountain Station: repair
wora: under way 8 to 10 miles
irom rendleton and also 22 to 26
mues irom Penriitnn Tv.ffi.
. , . - . . Aa&Aiv
saouia use caution at these tolnt
: T3 J f - a M.. .
rouuieton-ruot Kock Good
most of way. rough on mountain.
Pilot R(Kk.Hpnnn ir.- -
detours, good for, a county road.
. neppner-ione Slow and dusty
netter road is known as "Black
Horse." which in 2 mtisa inn.
but faster and less dusty than the
main nignway, and through traf
flc is advised to travel that road
lone-uilllam County Line
Rough,' macadam under construe
La GrandeJosph Highway
: La Grande-Wallnw, 1 inn
Rough and dusty between Island
wj ana nagin: under construe
uon Detween Elgin and Minam
; Wallowa Hill-Wallowa Canyon
Take Hillside road at left at head
Of Canyon road via Rick Creek
urtage, not passable at times on
acCOUOnt Of hlrhwuv nnfrn.U.
This road is also very dangerous
and should not be traveled by per
sons pnfamiliar with it. Drive
carefully from west of Wallowa
rrver onage to east of O. W. R. R
in. tracks road under mnatm
UOn. KAin frnm YinaA a n n-.
ra Diamond Prairie is good except
ipr a snort distance where high
wav in under construction.
tours via Alexander
Evans anad from Evans across R.
R. track near Evn ant vi.
valley road to Enterprise. (Road
la Wade gulch and Trout creek
hill Is open, but very deeo In dust)
road over Lewis hill east of
Lostine is closed accoount of con
struction of new highway. Road
fair, dry and dust v. rnnvh -In
! Enterprise -Joseph Recently
improved bv countv and in fair
shape for a dirt road.
Springfield-Blue River: Good.
Blue River-Belknap Springs:
Fairly good: construction under
way from Blue River to McKen
eie bridge: road open.
McKenzie Pass open to travel.
Sisters-Redmond: Good con
dition. Redmond-Prineville: New road,
gYaveled except 2 miles, now
, Prineville - Forest Boundary:
Under grading contract. Rough
over part of the construction but
passable at all hours.
Forest Boundary - Mitchell:
Rocked to summit and in good
condition. Summit to Mitchell,
open to automobile traffic and in
Baker - Cornnoopla, Highway.
Fair in general, with no de
Raker - Unity Highway.
Road over the mountain open
Midway Between Manhattan
aad Rockaway Open All Year
Largest and most modern hotel on Tillamook beaches. - Splen
e did view of ocean and lake. from every room. Newly furnished, well
heated and lighted. Attractive lobby with cheerful fireplace. Sun
parlor, extending: full length of building, overlooking ocean. Ex-
cellent dining room service. Hot and cold water in all rooms.
Buy your ticket to Lake Lylle, Ore. Southern Pacific depot
, directly in front1 of hoteL Good auto roads either via Tillamook or
Spend your vacation at Lake Lytle, where you may enjoy trout
- fishing,? sea fishing, digging clams, catching crabs, surf and lake
paining, driftwood fires on the beaches, dancing ana norse-back
riding, t . "v. '
( ' Rates $4 to 96 each per day, rooms and meals Included. Weekly
'rates, ror reservations write Julia M. Parker, Mgr.. P. O., Rockaway,
Oregon.' . '
' Peace and! Privacy
t Here you won't be disturbed by the blaring jazz of overnight
r'" ' " v crowds ' "
Yoi get a chance to ENJOY yourself and have a little pri
j v . vacys Come to ; .
. Tents, Bungalows, Hotel
Largest Natatoriiim on the coast
Tslie Vrthndikt KnnrainL Harare .
Aldrwh. pator 9:45 a.m. Surtdajr acbool.
A. Kbatrn. ODritndini : II ajm .
public worship, with aerman by the pae
tnr. The apat'ial mmir will inrlude . an
aathrm the rhoir and the offertory
aoto. 'Tlie RwaionaI." I)e Kotpij, bubk
by . H. Mrlntire. Meettni ia Willaoa
lark 4:30 p.m. No evening aenrie
First Metaowiat Enutcnnal -Stmt and
Charrh atrefis, Blaine fc. KirkpaJnrk.
min iater 9:1. old anhionrd rlaaa meet-
nt, room 4. downstairs: 9:43. Sandajr
Hrhool. Alpheua (jillelte, auperiBtradrBt.
ii a.m.. preacbina by Her. Charles r-i
raer. Chapter of Rt. Panl'a Methodist
rhirrrh. I'ort Worth, Texas: 4:30 p m
we will unite with the other -hnnrhe
of tho city in the serTiro at Wilson
fare. Ao aervire at p.m. nor leef
aerrirea, as the youne people are at
teodms the Fpworth league institute at
Jrffersoa. The pastor will be with as
again at the mid-week Driver service
isursaay evening, 8 p.m.
L'sited EvaagelkaJ Charrh 460 Kartb
Cettace street, Bev. 8. &. Mumey. pastor.
10 -m Manday scltooL. C. II. Fanthaai
aapermtendeat ; 11 s.m.. sermon by the
raator; 0 p.m., anion aerrirot with th
ibertr street and tho CheraeAta afreet
ETsngtirsl rfaarrhes. Hermoa by Ree.
t. Li'nai. These neetiars are be-
rrna: Tery interestina; aad helpfuL Jt
ronuai weleame awOxts yoa.
Chetnrkta Street KTsnrvIirsI Rimiln
school at 10 a.m.: srrmon 11 am, cai
jert, "Real Kenri-e." At p.m. tUere
will be anion aervii-ea at the Cottare
street ersngeliral rhnrrh. Her. O. F.
uemng will prearh. F. W. Leaner, pas
Iiiberty Street Evangelical G. F. Lieo-
lr, Pastor. Snndav school at 10 am
B. Mares, aoperiBtendeat. Preaching ser
vices at II a.m. There will be n ser
vices at this charrh in the even in r. we
will be in onion services at the United
Evangelical and Chemeketa street char
rhes at the Cottage street church at 8
Jaasit T,o Memorial Winter and Jeff
erson atreels. Thomas Achcson. nator.
Tb following services will be held at
this church Mnndav, July 3 1st. to which
e gladly invite the public. Services of
prayer for all who can attend v.u a.m.
tinnday school, 9:4.1 a.m.. with Superin
tendent llageman in charge. 1 wo sew
vices at 11 a.m. Auditorium, subject,
The Messsire of the Mmistrv." Junior
church in primary room, speaker. Rev.
John MrN'ees. Combined league and
and evening service from 7 to 8:3i p.m
Subject, "Must we be Sptritnalists to
Knew the Mvsteries of Life!" If the
evening ia warm we ahall meet in the
vuru ir oo me church lawn. Ther
will be good inspirational singing ana
lots of enthusiasm at all service,. Io
not forget junior church devotional meet
ing Wednesday T p.m. and church prayer
meeting at o o clock.
What's a Summer
Much as The Statesman
means to your Salem home,
it means more to your sum
It will tell you of the goings-on
in your home town.
Your friends at home are
too busy to write you the
news, but your home paper
will give it to you. .
With its finely balanced
assortment of news, seri
als, short stories, and
home features it will be a
welcome, daily visitor.
Let the Oregon States
man follow you to your
, Phone 583
First Congregational Church Liberty
and Center streets, W. C. Kantner, min
ister. 10 a.m.. nundav school with clas
ses for all ages under competent leader
ship, W. I. Staley, superintendent." 11
a.m., sermon, subject "The. Alpha and
the Omega." Tbia will be the last
regular service before vacation. 7 p.m
Christian endeavor with meeting of arter
ial interest. No evening services. The
only aervirea that will be maintained
dnrmg August will be the Sunday school
All regular services will be resumed tho
first of September.
Central Congaegational South Nine-
teenth and Ferry atreota, K. C. Stover,
minister. A morning service ol rang'
ious instruction and education, of Chris
tian training and culture at 10 am
Chriatian Endeavor at 7:15 p.m. Even
ing services at A p.m. Morning aad
evening sermons by the pastor.
Rt. Paul's Chemeketa and. Church
streets. Services for the 10th' Sunday
after Trinity 7:30 a.m., holy commun
nn; v:.- a.m., cnnren school: li am
morning prayer and sermon, "Tho Kter
nal Father"; no evening servicei These
will be the last services held by the
present rector, as the church will be
closed dnring the month of Angust and
the rector a resignation takes effect Sen
1. 1 Regular services will be resumed
the first Sunday in September. Every
body welcome. Chaa. II. Powell, rector
rural hristian The service of wor
ship will be conducted at the First Chris
tian church. Center and High atreeta.
by J. J. Kvana, pastor. "Man euprem
Need ia tho sermon topic. A varied
program of music, class study and chalk
illustrations precede the church service,
beginning promptly at '9 : 45. v There will
bo no evening service. Union servicei
iu villson Park at 4:30 o clock.
Court Street Christian North Seven.
teenth and Court Street. iRemember that
every Lord's day at 9:45 a m, you have
an appointment. Come today and hear
an aoout tne big lawn party at the
ran tor's home, next Tuesday evening,
t is b monthly Bible school conference
and aocia! combined. All Bible school
officera anil teachers re nrged to be
there. "Give the Lord a Chance," will
be the pastor's sermon at 11 a.m.! junior
following l.ords table. Intermediate C.
K. 5:30 p.m.; young people 'a meeting
i p.m.; aong service ana sermon S p.m.
"Flirting With Sin." Mid-week prayer
service and topie stury Thursdav, 8 p.m.
We always have a warm welcome of
frienda or strsngerj who worship with
us. R. L. 1'utam, pastor.
Highland Frtrmli Service held in
the Highland school build in if. itiblre
school at TO a m. Clifton Rosa, snperin
tenaent. Vox aehoot ia doing good work
"i e have competent teachera for all
ages: come and bring the children.
Preaching at II am. and 8 p.m.. C. K.
meeting at 7 p.m. Young pemplea' prayer
meeting on Wednesday at 8 p.m. Ser
vices held at the parsonage. Regular
church prayer meeting on Thursdav at
n p.m. in tee basement of the Highland
school building. thir prayer meetings
are times of great blessing. Come, and
bring a friend.
Wpie. paster. Sunday arhool 10 a m.
Preaching service 11 a aa. Service al the
boys' traramai school 2 :3l p.m. sa4
young peoples' meeting at the chapel at
6:45 and preaching aerviro 7:30 p.m.
Teachers' meeting Wednesday evening at
7:30 and te regular prayer meeting at
S. We inrtte yoa to com aad joia tn
Curiniaa and Mission are AJlianc
Services will be omitted during Ite
mouth of August.
LATTER DAT SAINTS
Church of Jesna ChrtM of Latter laj
Saints Sunday school 10:30, preaching
ll ::i"i. al 457 . Court street, Yon are
First Preabytenan tn Church street,
between Chemekta and Center. Sabbath
school meets at 9:45 a m C. A. hells,
superintendent. At 11 am. the pastor.
Ward Willis I .one. will preach from the
topic: "Wisdom From Above." This
will be his laat service nntil the first
Sunda n September. However, there
wilt be regular services each Sunday at
II am. during Ac mist, with able men
to pak to us. so all who are not awav
on vacation are orgedito support these
services. - The pasto will speak at union
service at Wilson Park at 4:30. subject;
"Where Are the Sine!" At this service
Mrs. Long will sing. At the morning
service the choir will sing "The Ligbt
of the World." Senior and interme
diate C.K. meets at 7 I m. T- Tr1"
monthly meeting of session will be held
st the church al p.m. oMii. ii...
meeting as usual on Thursday at 7:30
p.m. There sill lie reception oi mem
bers on the second Sunday in September.
IS HCKIHG UP
Personnel Reorganized Un
der Direction of Americ
an Naval Mission
South Salem Frienda South Commerc
ial and Maahington streets: Snndiv
school 10 a.m.. preaching 11 a.m., child
ren a sermon at close ot Sunday school
Mrs. Klisabeth Ward of Portland will
bring a message in the morning. C. E.
at 7 p.m.. preaching aervice at . Prayer
meeting Thursday evening at 8 o'clock.
atnan Swsbb, pastor.
First Church 440 Chemeketa street.
At 11 a.m. Bible lesson, snhiect : "Love"
Sunday RchonT at 9:45 a.m. Wednesday
evening, testimonial meeting at 8 o'clock.
Heading room. 209 Masonic Temnle. Alien
every day except holidays and Sundays
irom u:4& to 5 p.m. All are cordially
invited to our services and to our reading
CHURCH or GOD
1MB North Chnrch street. J. 3.
and in the usual summer condi
tion; fair throughout.
Hbaniko r Mitchell Highway ,
Fair in general, with a fe.w
The Dalles-Madras (bend and
Redmond): Through Sherman
county Yia Wasco, Moro, Grass
Valley, Shaniko and Antelope:
.Conrallis - Waldport: Road is
good from Conrallis to Philomath
and Philomath to Alsea, gravel
macadam for the most 'part. Be
yond Alsea the better road is
around the point of Digger moun
tain instead of over the hill road.
Construction work is in progress
east and west of Tidewater. Fair
road to Waldport. Care should
be observed between Alsea and
Waldport as far the most part is
only a one-way road, and unsur
faced. Stage lines operating daily
from Corvallis to Waldport.
Ashland - Klamath Falls High
way. Both the Green Springs Moun-.
tain road and the Topsy grade
are becoming very rough and
dusty, although the Topsy grade
route is about 20 miles longer and
traffic is still advised to travel
Klamath Falla-Lakcvlcw Highway
Klamath Falls - Olene: newly
Olens - Dairy: being graded
and macadamized, rough in plac
Dairy - Lakevfew: good; rorka
rae being removed through the
Iremont National forest.
Lakeview.La Pine Highway
Bend - Fort Rook, I by way ot
La Pine) road very crooked and
slow, as well as dustv, better road
bv way of Millican, and 10 miles
Either the Lake Albert or
Plush roads can be traveled; both
in good condition.
Klamath FallM-Cratcr Lake
Now open and in very good
shape with the exception of the
last four miles before reaching
the lake; this is a little muddy.
Take tho west sldtf of I'pper
Very good condition at the
Portland to Dundee: paved.
Dundee to point n?ar Dayton,
Dayton to St. Joe: graveled and
in fair condition.
St. .Toe - McMinnvllle: paved.
McMinnvllle - Amity: "e '"'
road which is graveled but
rough; highway under construc
Amity - Holmes Gap: paved ex
cept shrkt graveled stretch nr
Holmes Gap - Rkkreall: grav
eled and in Tair condition.
Rickreall - Monmouth: paved.
Monmouth - Corvallis; paved
except seven miles Just south of
Monmouth, which is gocd.
All Work Absolutely
197 So. Commercial St.
! x Phone 471
. With-Federal Tire
I. B. S. A.
International Bible Students' A"w!-
lion Meets every unilay in leruy
LIMA, June 7. Reorganisa
tion of the personnel and chief
administrative branches of the
Peruvian avy is now proceeding
under direction ot the United
States naval mission which was
aent here six months ago, upon
invitation of the Peruvian gov
The mission probably will re
main in Peru two years. It is
said to be the first of its kind
from the United States to Ylsit
a South American republic.
Commander F. B-FrTeir Is
Bnildine. corner Court and Hth
strett. for Rihle study. Hours from
Ut trt 1"! am I'nhiic -welcome
chief ot the mission. Ho was
formerly governor 1 ot Cusjn and .
was Assistant Judge Advocate .
General ot the navy, stationed t
Washington before coming Here.
Other members are Commanders
U. D. Causey, J A- Ball and C
D. ! Davy, the two 'latter of the
United States fleet naval reserve.
Commander Freyer, as chief
of jthe general staff of the Feru
vlan navy, reports to the reruv
larf Minister ot Marine. Com
mander Causey has been placed
in (general charge of ships ot the
division. Commander Davy is
director ot the naval academy
and Commander Bull is paymast
er Jgeneral. -
Commander Treyer said be had
received the hearty cooperation
off the local naval authorities
since his arrival.
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