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THE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM, OREGON
SUNDAY MORNING, AUGUST 16, lOi
NEWPORT 98 miles from Salens Splendid road. . An .ideal place to spend your vacation. Excellent accomodations
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GAS AND OIL 5
NYE BEACH BAKERY
Confectionery and meals.
Home made bread and pastry.
At Nye Beach ,
. ,11. KASDOILM, Prop.
!IomelJ0 lUtr f 1.00 per flay
Centrally located. At city park
and post office.
MRS.'O. C ALLEN, Prop.
M. II. BENSON CO.
Dry roods, notions, novelties,
. gents furnishings.
Nye Beach, Newport, Oregon
Cherry City Cottages
Two and four rooms. Near
the beach. Wood,, light, wa
ter and "auto shed. Every- '
thing furnished bat linen ,
. sllter and top bedding.
GEO. G. SMITH
' Newport, Oregon
i A. L. THOMAS
Agate lotting and mounting.
Oregon pictures, agate jewelry.
NEWPORT - OUKfiOX
, ABBEY HOTEL
Under New Management
NEWPORTS FtXKST HOTEL
Strictly Modern Hot and
cold water. Steam heat in
all rooms. ; Newly, reno
vated. -. - ' -j
Opposite Boat landing oa
J. J. Tobin. Manager j
Sea Crest Cottages
Directly Fronting the Beach
2 and 3 -room furnished
Electric light, city water, wood,
free auto shed. ' Two blocks
north of Nye Beach business
center. Write for folder.
NEWPORT, - ; - OREGON
Firemen Operate Drill Press
Just Back of Fire . Trucks
3 Eight-hour Shifts
SEE LESTJ2R MARTLN
If yon are interested In buying
a cottage or lot to build on.
Pri-e right, terms easy.
INSURANCE AND LOANS
Agate Beach Inn
Most scenic beach on
Pacific coast. Three
floors of solid comfort,
dining room in connec
tion, i- American plan.
Ideal . bathing and ag
ate beach, ' sheltered
from the strong wind.
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For rates and reservations
,i i address
Agate Beach, Oregon
; SKATING RINK
Hardwood floor 123x53. Toil
will flnil this an ideal plae to
spend your evenings. Half way
between; bay and ocean. -
A Dm AN FORD. Prop.
Furnished , rooms and auto
camp grounds. 13 minutes walk
from Nye Beach. , Sheltered
from winds and pleasantly lo
cated. P. O. Box 601
Newport, t Oregon
Log Cabin Inn
! Sea Foods a Specialty
Chicken dinner Xl:SO Sundays
Short orders all day.
Dinner 5:30 week days.
Ice Cream and Soda Fountain
j In connection.
Gilchrist & Emrich
Nye Beach, Newport. Oregon.
NYE BEACH POOL-HALL
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'Pool-f-Card Games r- Candy
:Foft Drinks Tobacco ',
ED AUSTIN, Prop.
MOIIKL CAMP GKOUNO
Located: -on lloosevelt Highway
: I Newport, Oregon
Wood'and water furnished, j
Sheltered from the wind. ;
Five blocks from the beach.
Ci FERGUSON,! Proprietor
News From Beach Resorts
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. MrsUlJdwin B. Wheat and son
j of For (lahd are enjoying the bo
! nitallf l nf tin Inn for about ten
days. : S j . .
.MrsJH. T. Campbell and Ethel
Cam obeli of ; Portland are domi
ciled ali the Inn for i a week
Mrs.jD. P. Brown. Miss Marion
Brown iand Miss Edna Qaynor of
Seattfe-Vash.;. are making a sev
eral dayi Rtayat the Jbilw,! -r
Other guests at the Inn for sev
eral days?, were Mr. and. Mrs. F. W.
Robler iPortland; II. C. Hull.
HattiesbUrg, --Missouri, " Mr. and
i Mrs. W. IK. Ricken, Portland and
Miss Gladys Jensen. Corvallis. !
Mr and Mrs. Purcell.of Port
land with daughters Ada and!
-Ui.al ifmihkt nroA ' In. ftr f ha U'Dal- 1
end to 'escape the intense heat. .
At thfe camp ground for several
days were Mr. and Mrs. Frank H.
Sanders,; and 'Mr; and Mrs. Fred
j. Sanders of Forest Grove. '
; Among the week-enders at the
camp pivjund were Bt C. Clevinger
of . Portland. Mr. and Mrs. F. E
Another I week of the peak of
the summer season has passed
marked . by ideal weather, heavy
surf, to Buppiy a thrill for the
bathers ami KtiU a good supply of
clams for the energetic digger.
The - pleasures of the j week were
marred tv the traffic drowning of
Thomas Phillips, a young English
man who with his brother was vis
iting the beach for a day. . .
Preparations are going, forward
at a, rapid rate fori the convention
I of Xhe Uuited Artisans who are to
j meet here next week. Delegates
from four stales. .Oregon. Wash
ington, Idaho -and; California are
expected to tax local accomoda
tions to the fullest extent!
E." H. Whitney, assistant super
intendent of Portland schools and
G. A.' Johnson. Portland attorney
were lit Lane's camp . ground for
several' 'days! ' I1
A F.-'M. Goodwin and daughter. Laen,, 8ori, Tillamook; Mr.
jane, ana tneir cousin, miss wai
son . spent the week-end in their
new cottage and Miss Watson and
Ja ; plan! to stay, for;- several
weeks. '" : ,(". " . 1 i
lln.ahd Mrs.'. R. G, Jubitz with
children,' Guy, Monroe and Anne
are how occupying their recently
confpleted cottage which; is an
other of the many; charming resi
dences which have; been built this
yeaft '.' :--; "
Mrs, O. D. Bloom and daughter,
Claiidia, et Portland are at their
cottage, the Bloom Inn. for the
remainder of the month.
Airs. C. F. Narorjki of Portland
with .children, Vanda and Casi
v mlr, are at the vosen cottage for
.Mr. and Mrs. Kerr of Portland
with their son Stewart and daugh
ter Frances, have taken a cottage
for -a short time. I ,
vlis Jean Geriinger is a guest
at'fhe'WIester cottage for a short
time.? : j .. . ,;''!; -.
Stephen Smith who with his
mother and sisters' has the Outan'
Inif "cottage spent the week-end at
Seaside at a h'ouae ; party given by
Miss Inex Goltra. !
Hr. and Mrs. Ernest Bannow
of Forest Grove have a tent house
for several days.
. At Wakanda Court for the week
end., were Mr. and Mrs. G. M.
Mtrrias and children, Isabel, Mary
and Charles "of The Dalles. '
Mr. and Mrs. E. K. Parret and,
children. Jean, Ned and Margaret
are at Wakanda Court for several
days from Normal,! Illinois. '
Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Sanders and
daughters Dorothy. June , and
Maybelle- of Portland motored
from Oceanstde and are now dom
kited at Wakanda Court for sev
eral1 'days, 's Ss.' -:t J :",:' h
At the camp ground for the
; week-end were Mrs. H. H. Tnbbes
lngh Devene Tubbesing. Verne
Tubbeslng,- Mr. and Mrs. Echo
Wllkerson. Miss Merta Owens and
Mrs. M. Wilkerson, all vf Mohler.
Mr. and, Mrs. Phillips of Port
land were guests at the Inn for
one' day last week, -
Mr. ; and 'Mrs. A, B. - Coffey of
Carlton, Ore., spent Ihe week-end
at'Manzanlta Inn." ;"
Mrs.1-A; F. '. Douglas and Miss
Stella Phelps of Portland are at
he In for several days. -
and Mm J. G Lauderback and
sons and Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Han
sen of fMcMtnnvtlle.j
F. A.vGrldley . and son -Robert
of Portland were among y the
week-en4 motor campers.
Mrs.S Fred Vishnevsky ahd two
babies.! Mrs. Nystrom and family
and John Nelson of Portland
spent 4 week at the camp ground.
Mr. j$d Mrs. G. G. Smith and
kou, Stanton, of Portland have the
Cedeisdn cottage for two weeks.
Mr. and Mr3. Earl Cash were their
guests for several days.-
Mr. an d Mrs. Jay Patterson ,
Portlaiit Martha Swingley, Mar
shalltwjop, Iowa and Miss Teresa
Nye, Delta. Iowa, enjoyed the hos
pitality! ef the camp ground for a
week. J I: - "!.".--
Mr; and Mrs. E. Stanbery with
daughter. Gladys, of Seaside were
motor Hmpers over the week-end.
In the; Wakanda Court apart
ments or a week are Mrs. Mar
garet South, Mrs. Cora Darnell,
Mr. and, Mrs. Will Strof fie, C. H.
Porter,; a, S. Barnes and Neville
olfe all of Portland.
Little Bush Lake.
The Prison" Cell.
. Royal Gorge.
Hee Hive. i
The Music Room.
r The Vineyard.;
Jacob's Well and Mount Pit
Cape Horn. . ; j
Lion's Jaw. ; j '
The American 'Falls. "
The King's Palace.
The Queen's Dining Room.
The Queen's Reception Room.
The Petrified Forest.
The Grand Column.
The Bacon Room.
Old Satan's Hitching Post.
Fat Man's Grief. ,
Joaquin Miller's Chapel.
The Washington Monument.;
, Room containing Twin Sisters,
Mount Shasta, iiike Michigan, land
the Garden of the Gods
. The Atlantic Ocean.
The Wriggle Holes.
Old Nick's Slide.
The Devil s stairway. -- a
The Garden of Eden.
The . Ghost Room . (sometimes
called Dante's Inferno.) I
Kincaid's Dance Hall. i
Glacier Rock.! !
The Bridal Chamber.
Rules for Visitors,
: 1. The caves must not he en
tered wlthdut a competent guide
2. Children under 5 years of
age are not permitted in the caves.
- 3. Coveralls br rough clothes
should be worn n the Caves, j.
4. Smoking and the use of un
guarded lights ire not allowed in
the. Caves. j ' j .
; 5. Firearms must not be carried
tn tne caves. I
6. Stalactites! or other forma
tions must not be broken.
; . 7. Formations must not be j de
faced with names or other mark
ings. .';' .'.; -' ' 7 ' !
under contract for grading.
j Slletx Bay-Rocky Creek, 9.8
miles, under contract for grading.
Rocky Creek-Otter Rock, 3.1
miles, graded. !
: Otter Rock-Newport, 3.5 miles,
under contract for surfacing.
j Newport-Coos County line, 87.3
miles, not constructed to standard.
Section of 1.74 miles at Gardiner
under contract for grading and
surfacing and 0.98 miles undei
contract for grading only. Fer
ries across Yaqulna and Alsea
Bays, also Stualaw and UmpqualS.O miles, dnder contract for sur-
' Fighting' fires is one thing, but
when there -i aren't any fires to
fight why i the firemen haven't
anything to"" do that is. most of
.Just about everyone knows how
heavy tlme.hangs on the hands
of the "bos" around the average
city fire engine station between
alarms, but 'anyone Interested In
seeing something different can
find It at the central fire station
In the Highland Park plant of
the Ford Motor company.
Here the, picture is entirely dif
ferent. Just back of where the
ffre truck . stands there is a row
of drill "presses and between
alarms the-flremen keep busy op
erating the' presses in the manu
facture of parts for Ford care.
Besides, the men work in eight-
hour shifts twenty-four hours
day. There are no sleeping quar
ters and the men are wide awake
and on the ob all the time.
It Is lestkan twenty feet from
the presses'- to the fire truck so
when an a harm comes iu It is
only a matter for, each man to
make a qiilk turn around 'and
climb on the truck to transform
himself from a machine operator
into a fireman on the way to a
fire. t . i
Ninety men regularly employed
in the Highland Park plant are on
the fire department roll and this
force Is augmented by 200 spe
cfally trained men ; who - may be
called out at a moment's notice
In case of emergency, t
The regular firemen 'work in
three divisions. 1 thirty on each
eight-hour shift. Of thosa In each
shift ten are on duty all the time
In the central fire station. As
soon as the first squad leaves In
rtpone to 'an alarm, the second
!jad moves In and it it is called
out before the flnt returns there
itill is the third left to come
into headquarters. ' j
To provide and maintain ade
quate fire protection for the plant
is in luelf a big job. It must ,bei
remembered that more than SO
000 men are employed at Highland-
Park -and that the plant
area' covers 278 acres of which
105 are under roor. There W a
complete fire alarm system, with
boxes located at convenient plac
e throughout the buildings and
yards and in addition to the fire
truck the fire fighting equipment
in the plant includes 100 forty-1
gallon chemical tanks mounted)
on wheels, 2.000 three-gallon
bsnd extinguishers and S miles
ot hose on racks In various parts
of the plant close to fire hydrants.
Rivers. 1 i
Coos County Line-Hauser, 10.0
miles, graded. '
HaiiHer-South Side of Coos Bay.
fi.1 miies, surfaced. Feiry across
Coos Bay. I j
Coos Bay-Coquiile, 22.9 miles,
Coquille-Bandon, 17. C miles,
Bnadon-Curry 1 County Line,
12.1 miles,1 surfaced.
Coos County Line-Denmark, 4.S
mi)ri. under contract for surfac
Denmark-Mussel Creek, 25.2
miles, surfaced, i
Mussel ; Creek-Euchre -Creek,
SCENES IN THE 1 j
jCoStiaaeS from psgs 1.) ; ." ,
the interior of the Caves, named In
the order In which they occur on
the usual trip are as follows:
The ;Rlver"Styx. .
The iPetrif led Garden.
The! Jaw Bone.
Old Satan's Cauldron.
Old itan's Cradle.
The ;Cata wampus, i r .
Old 'Satan's Backbone.
ROOSEYELTi HIGHWAY !
407.7 MILES LONG
(Con tinned from pg 1 1
of all work completed and under
contract, August 12. 1925.
' Astoria-South limits of Seaside,
21.6 miles, paved.
Seaside-Cannon Beach Junc
tion, 2.7 miles, surfaced.
Cannon .Bach Junction-Hsm-let
Junction, 9.4 miles, under
contract for grading.
Hamlet - Junction-Mohler, 17.1
Mahler-Brighton, 6.4 miles
not constructed to standard. !
Brighton-Jetty Cerek, 1.0
miles, under contract for surfac
. Jetty Creek-Rockaway, 3.3
miles, surfaced, t
Rockaway - Hob?onvilIe, 8.1
miles, not constructed to stand
Hobsonville-Wllson River, 6."
Wilson- River-Pleasant Valley
10.2 miles, paved. j
Pleasant Valley-One Mile North
of Hamlock, 2.9 miles.' surfaced
One Mile North of Hamlock
Beaver, 4.9 miles, paved. !
Beaver-Devils Lake. 34.0 mile's
surfaced. T- : . '.
Devils Lake-Siletx Bay. 5.5
miles, under contract for grading
Siletx Bay Section. 0.7 miles,
YOUR CAR NEEDS PEP
1 1 Good piston rings save oil i
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MAKE A POWERFUL MOTOR
Euchre Creek-Gold Beach. 13.2
miles, not constructed to stand
ard. Ferry across Rogue River.
Gold Beach-Hunters Creek, 2.5
mile.), under1 contract for gradinr
and surfacing. r
Hunters -fCreek-Myera Creek,
S.5 milr, surfaced, j
Myers Creek-Burnt Hill. 5.4
miles, under 'contract for grading
Burnt HUl-Chetco River. 25.T
miles, under contract for grading.
Chetco Rtver-Winchuck River.
4.4 miles, under contract for grad
Ing and surfacing.
Wlnchuck" River-Calif orn la line
0.7 milfs, under contract for sur
WALTERi P. CHRYSLER'S
Two-thirds of all transportation
in the United States that means
rail, water, road and trollev is
by motor. ! ;
Is it any wonder the country is
facing traffic problems. '
In a lew years there will be 30-
000,000 motor carsj
that will mean that the entire
country will have the same num
ber of cars in proportion to pop
ulation as California has today.
When population doubles traffic
facilities must ; increase eight
times. 1 j
The majority of people now live
in cities. i
Fewer people are living in the
rural sections. t
Cities of 500,000 and more are
growing the most rapid'y.
The most rapid development is
in the suburban sections of, our
Mirrors are now used at some
of the particularly daneerous
intersections in England to reflect
images ot cars approaching on
The motor owning public is be-
coming toappreciate more and
more that 9out the nlv dantr
from motor Jijr is from thcj reck
less driver. 4 He is a menace to
himself amfcto others. Legisla
tion is beirUimed at reckless
ness in roaH states ar.J ihv
movement jjAoond to grow.
The Uniti Vates has encount
ered few I Jems which luve
not been i ted. The tialfic
problem is j oublesome one but
real proere I be ins: made tin w
day. Com? itics which fail to
keep abreaJ i motor transporta
tion growtk 11 find other cities ,
and towns i ins ahead.
I : - SMITHS WATICINS
SNAPPY RKRVICE 1
Auto Repair syork
Is Qur Business i
and has been forSrnany' years, giving the experience
that is necessary to do work that is al' lutely satisfac
I . tory t!o our customer! (
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Complete Overhauling, Welding Reboring
. ai oausiaciory irices
THE?MOTOR SHOP 1T
G.A. Coffey S. IL Hayes :.' .
207 North Church Street , Phono 43; Night Phone 1744-W
'.';; ' ' (N'ext'to CerUfled Motor Car Market) ; 7
SEE THE OREGON '
Wonderful Caverns in a
Mountain ot Marble
40 Miles from Grant Pass ;
Via the Redwood Highway1
U. WeU7ix it
at a reasonable price
and it will be as
good as new. ,
New Bicycles Sold on Easy
387 Court Street
K BnnnHol BuaciiimGGG
WHITE Trucks, all
" models, are built to
build business. One White
earns the purchase price
of a second.
Whether you buy one
White or one hundred, you
can be sure you will get
the most moneyearning
miles for your investment.
The White Company, Cleveland
Marion Auto Co.
IAY AN1 NIGHT SKKVICK
235 South Commercial
Dddee Brothers ,
Its exceptional comfort is commented on by
everyone who drives it.
Doctors, tourists, salesmen, and all who find
it necessary to spend eight, ten and twelve
hours on the road at a time, are particularly
emphatic in their praise.
The fact is, that with its admirable spring
suspension, deep seats and generous lounging
room; the Type-B Sedan delights the most
exacting seeker after restful transportation.
BONESTEELE MOTOR CO.
474 South Commercial St.
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