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Was Sentenced for Aiding
of Bank Funds
Governor Pierce" yesterday is
sued a reprieve to Chester C.
Kubll of Eugene, who is under
sentence of three years In the
state penitentiary for the crime of
aiding and abetting in the unlaw
ful misapplication of funds from
the Jacksonville state bank. The
reprieve was dated July 18 and
will expire November 16 of this
Kubll was sentenced to the
state penitentiary on December
10, -1921, but later appealed his
case to the state supreme court
for final determination. The su
preme court, on March 26 of this
year, handed down an opinion af
firming the decree of the lower
court for Jackson county. It was
said that the mandate has not yet
been prepared by the clerk of the
W. H. Johnson, cashier of the
bank, was convicted on a charge
of fraud in connection with the
operation of the institution, and
was sentenced to a term of 10
years in the penitentiary. He was
received at the prison April 10,
1921, but was pardoned by Gov
ernor Pierce on May 20, 1924.
C. H. Owen, who was indicted
Jointly with Kubli, also is under
sentence of three years in the
penitentiary. He also appealed
his case to the supreme court,
which affirmed the decree of the
lower court. Owen is at liberty
under bonds pending such time as
the mandate of the supreme court
is prepared by the clerk.
It was said yesterday that an
effort also is being mtde to have
Owen's case reviewed by the gov
ernor with a view of obtaining a
Director's Department Store is
building np a reputation for guar
anteed merchandise; conducting
a real department store; making
steady progress, too. ()
ASK COUNTY'S DILL
Stanfield Requests Itemized
Statement in Tax Re
Speed in preparing statements
fif Marion county's indebtedness is
risked fn a telegram received from
United States Senator Robert N.
Stanfield in regard to the county's
share in the Oregon & California
tar refund from the United States
government. J. T. Hunt, county
judge, who received the telegram,
s:ates that the assessor's men are
already at work preparing the
Senator Stanfield advised in his
telegram that a separate state
ment of taxes be made for each
year from 1916 to 1926, inclusive.
baoed on the 1$15 valuation, that
tax bills be made out for 1913
1914.. 191E and that all lands dis
posed of by the government prior
to March 1 of each year be ex
eluded from the lists. Classifica
tion of the lands are given in de
rail by the telegram.
JLenglen Does Not Believe
Word "Impossible" Exists
PARIS. A frequently heard
dictum in France declares that
"Impossible" is not a French word
and many French notable folk
seem to believe it.
Miss Suzanne Lenglen Is cate
goric: "No! I have never in my
career as an athlete had th im
prcssion of having run up against
the impossible! I believe that with
Determination nerves and con
age, the impossible does not ex
Prof. Edouard Branly. whose
discovery of a coherer mad wir
less telegraphy practical is mucb
or tne same opinion. "As long at
you don't try to change the coursr
or. nature, nothing is impossible
not even to prevent It raining
Paul Signac, president of the In
aependent'a Salon, thinks that
was" artists who Invented thm vnni
impossible as a synonym for the
ideal that they feel they can never
Joseph Delteil. the author, ,whc
was tne Qoncourt Prizeman last
year, belongs to the Lenglen
school: "Impossible? Never sees
it in my life. Have always got
wnatever I was determined to get
impose j Die is not Deltellian!"
Housekeeping for 3 or 4. wood
water, bedding, lights, dishes,
etc. 112 per week, or $20 for
Cool and pleasant, protected
from wind, near" beach, store.
road now open. Drive
west and north from Tillamook
city, or drive to Bay City and
take -boat Which neti train
Here you will find a reliable guide to Tillamook arid Lincoln county beach resorts. Distances, road
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Surf Bathing, Fishing. Hunting, Claming, Mountain Climbing Boating
- - ' -
EAVING Salem from corner of
Commercial and ' Chemeketa
street and crossing the bridge
that spans the Willamette river;
entering Polk county, Rickreall is
10 miles from Salem.
From Rickreall take the west
side Pacific highway and travel
north to Amity. This road is all
paved with the exception of a
quarter! mile where the road cross
es the Southern Pacific electric
line. Amity is 23.4 miles from
Salem, j At Amity you have your
choice of traveling 14 miles by
pavement or 6.6 miles by gravel
road to Bellevue. If you wish the
pavement route, head straight
north on the highway from Amity
for 6 miles where a paved road
forks to the left. Distance from
Salem 29.6 miles. 'From here you
travel west for 8 miles to Belle
vue. If you wish to take the short
er but: gravel road from Amity,
turn west and you will find a fair
gravel iroad which will lead you
to Bellevue; which is just 30 miles
from Salem. This is the more di
rect route and all distances from
Salem to the coast will be figured
by this route. From Bellevue to
Sheridan a distance of 4.4 miles
there is excellent pavement. On
entering Sheridan you cannot but
help note the sign: "You Name It
We Grow It." Sheridan is 34.4
miles from Salem.
From Dolph to Hebo, a gradual
downward grade, you will find
good gravel roads. Hebo Is 72
miles from Salem.
A Good Place to Eat
n..p. - - t
At Sheridan you leave the pave
ment ; but there is an excellent
gravel road to Willamina, a dis
. t&nce of nearly S miles. Willa
mina registers 39.3 miles by the
speedometer from Salem.
Cross the Willamina river and
after traveling about 6 miles
you will come to a fork In the
road. The main highway turns to
the right here but those wishing
to see New Grande Ronde should
take the road straight ahead
which Joins the highway again in
3 miles and makes the total dis
tance no further. Two miles from
this fork of the road you will ar
rive at Grande Ronde which is
47.9 miles from Salem.
Going north from Grande Ronde
1 miles you will again be on the
highway. This place is the Old
Grande Ronde and is 49.3 miles
Grande Ronde Auto Park
Good Eats and Camp Grounds
Good Fishing Ground
After leaving Old Grande Ronde
the road leads gradually upward
through timber and over a well
graded and well kept highway to
the summit of the Coast range
mountains which is 885 feet above
sea level. The summit is 57.7
miles from Salem. A few miles
further and you enter Tillamook
county and in less than another
mile you arrive at Dolph which is
61 miles from Salem.
Dolph Sulphur Springs
HOTEL AND RESTAURANT
(iood Beds Good Meala
Served at all hour. ,
CHARLES McFARLAND, Prop.
i All Patron Treated With Courtesy
' SERVICE STATION
Free crank case service!
Oils, Tires and Accessories
Auto repair shop In connection
Acetylene Welding, Towing,
Day and Night Service
Meals Served at All Honrs
C a n f e c tions. Candies, Ice
Cream, Magazines, Pap era,
riears and Tobacco. Just
around the corner on Roosevelt
MRS. ANNA MYERS, Prop.
From Hebo we will first give di
rections to the closest beaches.
Turn to your left at Hebo and
take the Roosevelt highway which
runs south and west 2 miles to
Cloverdale which is 74.5 miles
Two and one-half miles from
Cloverdale take the right hand
road. leaving the Roosevelt high
way, for Pacific City. In a quar
ter of a mile from this point you
will note a sign, "Brooten's
Baths." which is located off the
Pacific City road about a mile and
up quite a steep grade, but the
road Us all planked. Brooten's
BathS is 78.5 miles from Salem.
Continuing on the Pacific City
road you reach Woods which is 80
miles from Salem.
GOOD FISHING AT
Confectionery Xjisrht Lunch
-lIile from Pacifie City on Keatucca
Boats CaMni Free Clip Grounds
FhoM Keel's Place at Woods, Oregon
Arriving at Pacific City you will
find that yon have traveled 80.6
miles from Salem and that you
are at the nearest beach.
PACIFIC CITY, OREGON
Dining Room in Connection
Sea Foods Our Specialty
Telephone Cloverdale 2P7
H. U. BROOTEN'S CELEBRATED
"KELP ORE" I BATHS
Trade Mark Registered
H. H. BBOOTEN. PBOPBIETOB
"Kelp Ore" was discovered by 11. H. Brootep. who ha bvra drvelopinz and
using it for twenty yean in the treatment of many of the diea4 conHidered
incurable before the discovery cf the wonderful "Kelp Ore" Nature's gift from
Amazing Results Obtained in the Treatment of Diabetes, Kidney
and Bladder Disorders, Eczema, Rheumatism,
Digestive Troubles, Cancer, Etc., Etc.
We have the only genuine Magnetic Eocene water known in the world. It is 'free
for all to drink at the Sanitarium. Hundred of people in alt walks of life will
gladly testify to the wonderful remits obtained by . them from sickness and
suffering thrcngh the use of "Kelp Ore." :
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H. H. BROOTEN'S "KELP ORE" BATHS
J OVEHXOOKIJta BEATTTinXL KESTTJCOA SAT
' TO &SACH THE BATHS
Tillmaook higLway to Ilefw,. Eoose
veiii highway south to Pacific City
read, X milex from maht highway turn
left; at signboard ""To K. H. Broolen
Baths.'" By atage to Hebo and
phone Baths for bat.
COTTAGES rOB BEST
Stdre, bod spring , and electric
light! furnished. Ideal location with
a wonderful view of Nesrurca Bay.
where Butter Claras, Flounders and
Salmon . fishing abcund. One mile
fromi the Oeean. :
Addrofca H. H. BKOO TEN'S "KELP OBE' ( BATHS; Clorerdala, Oregon. "
! If Yoor I'mecmt Cannot. Supply Yon, Writle lMrect to Kate Distribwtors
KE1P OBE BEMEPIE8 COBPOKATIOH, SECTJtBITT BUXJ.. FOKTUAND. OBE.
Pacific City Beach
Salem's Nearest Beach by Auto
Stage leaves terminal three times
daily for Pacifie City via MeMinn
ville. This beach possesses more na
tural attractions than any other beach
on the Oregon coast.
A scenie beach paralelled within
50 Q feet, by the beautiful Nestneca
rtver, teeming with every variety of
fish, salmon, trout, clama, crabs, etc.
Accommodations: Hotel, Cottagea,
Apartments, Tent Houses Spacioua,
protected camp grounds wooded hills.
Vote this snparaleued combina
tion. An ocean beach and river
fishing, boating and bathing. All
within threa Binntes walk.
Baseball games, 'eoneerta, dancing
children's playgrounds and other
i For Particulars Write
F. !R. Deals, Pacific City, Ore.
hnt after another 3 miles you ar
rive at Pleasant Valley which Is
84.2 miles from Salem.
Pleasant Valley Store
General Merchandise. Gasoline, Oil.
Auto Repairs. Notions, Candies, Cigars
and Tobacco, Ice Cream and Cold
Drinks on Ice.
Just after leaving Pleasant Val
lev tou a?ain strike oavement.
(which lasts all the way to Tilla
mook. Tillamook is 93 miles from
Going back to the Roosevelt
highway 3.8 miles . from Pacific
City! you again travel west and
south for 8.2 miles and you arrive
at Neskowin, a new resort right
on the ocean and 85. 2 miles from
CARL WHITE, Prop.
Shell Gasoline, all kinds of Oil,
Tires, Tubes, Repairing and
T6 bring your groceries with
yoii when you come to the
I The Neskowin Store
carries a full line of staple and
fancy groceries, also fresh meat,
pea food, ice cream and confec
tionery; at the same prices you
pay elsewhere. Come 'to Nes
kowin this summer!
j Lunch room in connection.
! The Neskowin Store
j H. W. FRINK, Proprietor
! Continuing south from Nesko
win for 16 miles, over a well
graded mountain road, you arrive
at Delake, which is 101.8 miles
Mrs. Hazel Vining,
"Comfort Not Style'
our motto. Good, clean'
comforta ble beds,
steam heat, hot and
cold water, family
Rates 75c and up
101 First St.
LJ fLf iiIZ change property.
m w We have what you
are looking for. 'What have yont
See A. C. EVERSON
The Man That Sells Ills Service "
Lots and acreage overlooking
Devil's Lake adjacent to
Roosevelt Golf Club, which will
be open to play by May 29, if
Really a Wonderful Place
to Enjoy Your Vacation
For Further Particulars See
! BECKE &
180 X. High Telephoue 161
Heilig Theatre Lobby
; One mile farther on is Camp
Roosevelt; 2 miles south of
Camp Roosevelt is Nelscott
Ocean Front and Highway
New Furnished Cottages
Write for Illustrated Circular to
HTL8COTT LAND CO MP ANT
2009 B. Stark St, Portland, Oregon
pne mile further south is Taft
which is 106 miles from Salem.
The end of the completed road is 1
mile south of Taft.
Siletz Bay. Trading
Cottage, Camp Ground, close to
in excellent beach. Salt water
fishing,', crabs, rock oysters,
F. C. Roblson, Taft, Oregon
Those wishg to reach the
beaches west of Tillamook, turn
west on 3rd street. The road Is
pared for two miles where I you
cross the Tillamook river. After
crossing the bridge take the left
hand road. There is good gravel
road for 1 miles then 1 Vs miles
of plank road through some big
timber. At a distance of 5.8 miles
from Tillamook there is another
fork in the road. Take the right
hand road here. Two miles furth
er and you arrive -i at Netarts,
which is 100.7 miles trom Salem
or 7.7 miles from Tillamook.
51L VJiK SANDS
NETARTS -:- OREGON
and Camp Grounds
Amidst Beautiful Shade Trees
Piped to Grounds
MODERN GROCERY STORE
No Advanced Prices
Fishing- Boating Hunting
The first camp grounds
Accommodations and per
sonal supervision for child
ren unaccompanied by par
ents. Write foT Particulars
' RAY'S PLACE 1
Servi.e Station Anto Repairing
Store and Restaurant
Clam Chowder and Sea Foods
The Home of Clams and Crabs
Furnished cottages and Tent
Houses Fine View . of Bay
and Ocean The Finest and
Kleanest Kamp on the Koast.
M. R. Terry & Chas. Terry
Telephone for Reservations
rtt& Knit Anartmenta
Boats for claming, erabing or fishing-.
Right on the beach. Protected from
northwest winds. Rates reasonable.
Clsrmnco Edner, Proprietor
Two miles further north after
winding over a well graded and
scenic road you arrive at Ocean
side, the end of the trail. Ocean
side is 9 miles from Tillamook and
102 miles from Salem.
O C E A.N SIDE
Oregon's most scenie Beach Resort, 9
miles from Tillamook. Ragged moan
tains, caves, sandy beach and wonder
ful scenery. Pore nobnntain water,
health giving air and modern sanitary
conditions. Bathing, deep sea fishing,
dancing, store, postoffice, restaurant,
crab and clam market, children's play
grounds. A paradise for the summer
vacation. Furnished cottagea and tent
Don't miss seeing the sea lions on the
rocks at Oceanside and windbreak
game and animal park.
write SEN duoh lor
Write Rosenberg Bros, for QenersJ
Information. Lota. etc.
Those who desire to go to Bay
City, Garibaldi. Saltair, Rocka
way and Lake Lytle, keep on the
highway going straight north
from Tillamook. Bay City is 7
miles from Tillamook and 100
miles from Salem.
From Bay City there la boat
service to Bay Ocean, only a few
minutes ride. 4
The next place beyond Bay City
is Miami where the road forks, the
road to the right leading to Sea
side and to the left to Garibaldi,
which is a mile further on. Gari
baldi is 104.4 miles from Salem.
i Wot the Tillamook beaches at
Hebo turn west on the highway
and in 4.6 miles you will reach
Beaver and pavement. Beaver Is
76L6 miles from Salem.
This pavement lasts for 5
Davies Netarts Camp
Electrically lighted cottages.
Tent house and camp grounds.
Close to Beach,
With good view of ocean and
bay pure mountain water
piped to cottages and all parts
Clams. Boating, Bathing,
Crabs, deep sea fishing. "The
Farmers Beach Resort.
A. N. DAVIES. Xr.i- OiwiMn
i Phone 9F2 '
Furnished Cottaxes and Tents
We have furnished or partly fur
nished 4-room bungalow, with bath.
and 2-room 3ttagea for you to select
from, at prices to suit your wishes.
We advise bringing top covers and
silverware when convenient. Bar view,
located on S. P., has P. O. general
stere, life guard station, salt and fresh
water natatonum. bowling, skating.
trout and salt water fishing, clams,
crabs and tea going boats making
daily excursions. For information and
reservations phono or wtita
THE WISE DENTAL 00.
211 Falling Bldg.
3d at Wash., Portland, Or. BR. 7029
THE WISE WAY
I Barvlsw. Tillamook County. Ore eon
Traveling from here along the
shore line passing through Bar
view, and Twin Rocks, you arrive
at Saltair which is 109 miles from
W. A. DAVLES, Proprietor
Gasoline and Oil
Rockaway is less than a mile
further north or 109.7 miles from
BEACH VIEW ROOMS
Opposite Natxtortnm and Depot
Clean comfortable rooms. Bot and
cold water, all conveniences.
Nettle B. Post, Prop.
Johnson's Garden Cottages
Lirhi. anil WmwI ninlilul 1
Rates: 3 room cottages, $18; 2 room.
$12.50; 1 room, $10 per week
PlentT of Hot Witur
John Johnson Hockaway, Ore con
OCEAN VIEW COURT
ROCKAWAY. O BECK) IT
O. E. Tnrner, Pros. Phono 27-F-12
Iuring July and August the prices
for apartments in Ocean View Court
range from $18 to $25 per week. In
dividual cottages are $20 per week
each for Jnly and AuguaU
Paring May. June and September
the rate are $10 to $15. The balance
of the year any apartment for $10 per
week, or $25 per month.
Each apartaent and cottage has in
dividual lavatories and all cottages are
equipped with running spring wster
and electric lights.
Everything furnished, two double
beds, pillows and mattress, with the
exception ef bedding and linen.
We cater to transient trade also, an
estra charge being made for bedding
and linen. Good parking place for
your cars. Bring your anto tarpaulin
to cover roar ear.
Fall view of ocean. Half block
from new $75,000 natatorium.
uepoait required on all reserva- I
TIAHS MHlMn naManatlw a..!i.J 1
Three miles west and north of
Nehalem Is Neah-Kah-Nle.
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8m Cliff TJrtva and 8Up
at to Tavern
OPES JULY 1
Wxlte or Telephone Mrs.' S. O. Reed
i nenaient, uregoa
Lake Lytle Hotel
Sirs. George Watt, Mgr.
Twlxt Lake and Ocean
The largest and most mod
ern hotel on Tillamook
Surf and jlake bathing,
boating, sea and lake fish
ing, clam digging, hiking
and hunting. .
Open All Year
One mile further north is Lake
Lytle which is a distance of 110.4
miles from Salem.
Another half mile and yon ar
rive at Manhattan which Is 111
miles from Salem.
Coming back to Miami and tak
ing the road north for 15 miles
turn to the left following this road
for 3 miles you will arrive at Ne
halem which is 121.8 miles from
. Two and four-tenths miles west
of Nehalem over a good road Is
Manzanita Beach which is 124.2
miles from Salem.
1 V6 miles north of Nehalem
Just 29 miles cither way-North to
Seasida or South to Tillamook over
! Roosevelt Highway
Daily Stage Service to Tilla
mook or Seaside.
MANZANITA Is different;
unexcelled for scenic beauty
quiet, restful: resort. All the
enticing beach sports, wonder-,
ful fishing, ! beautiful hikes.
Well stocked store. - Postof
fice. ; .
Fine Gamp Grounds
Cottages and tents for rant. ICaka
reservations by phono or write;
Don't Buy That Sit lor a Beach
Homo TU1 Yon Have YlUd
Manzanita Beach Is one of
the beauty spots of the
Oregon coast. An Interest
ing place to spend your
vacation. Good .hotel ac
L. E. ROGERS, Prop. .
J ' To All ,
j i . .
'' Also Uti :
Dayton, Newberg, - Sheri
dan, Willamina, Grand
Ronde, Dolph, Hebo, Beav
er, Tillamook; Hfllsboro"and
' j Leaves Salem Daily
8:30 a. rn. . S:io p. m,
5:15 p. m. (Owl) .
I For Rates, ete Call :
I Central Stage Terminal '
. ; Court and! High StreeU ;
i Phone 606
Parker Stage Line
m awvkAM n iiWi i
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Get circulars at Statesman
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ELSIE Mi ROGERS, Mgr.