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DAI1I CAPITAL JCUR1CAL, SALE, 0REG05, SATURDAY, JL XE 1, 1912.
FAMOUS BEACH BESORT COMING
TO THE FRONT AS XOT 0LI
OXE OF THE FIXEST IX OKEUO.N,
BUT OX THE WHOLE COAST. I
Visitors to Newport this season will
find many welcome changes. There
have been many improvements fin
ished and others are under way.
One of the greatest Improvements
for the town of Newport Is the plank
ing on Front street. This will make
the street passable In all sorts of
weather, and will be a great comfort
to the great crowds on excursion days.
All the business houses are being op
ened up, and the Abbey hotel, which
lias remained open all winter, already
houses quite a few guests. A con
crete bank building Is In course of
construction, and several other build
ings of good size are nearly com
pleted. Half way over the hill to Nye Beach
a large Odd Follows hall is' going up,
the lower part of which will bo used
for store rooms. The top of the hill
has been leveled and a new walk
built, the grade being materially less
ened In consequence.
At Nye Beach all is In roadlness for
the coming of the tired city people.
All the hotels and boarding houses are
already open, and many cottages are
being built. The plunge opens tomor
row and has been completely renov
ated. The Hotel Nicolai Is nearly fin
ished, and Munager Anderson is now
In Portland buying furniture.
Newport people predict tho most
successful year of all for Oregon's
most famous summer resort and Pres
ident Blanchard of the Commercial
Club says that ho fully expects to see
Newport and Nye Beach come fully
Into their own this year.
Proposals for Supplying the State
Sealed bids are Invited by the
Plate Purchasing Board for Supplies
and stores for the Oregon State lu
Hlltutlons, for the six months ending
lu cember 31, 1912.
Illds will be opened at 2 p. m .Tune
2( th. Lists, with instructions to bid
ders may be secured by calling on,
or addressing C. 1). Frnzer, Secre
tary, Salem, Oregon." 0-1 -fit-nod I
NATURE'S ESSENCE.. "Extracted From Forest Plants.
Nature's lw. are perfect, but disease follow, if these law. ere not obeyed.
Go straight to nature for the eure, to the forest; there are mysteries here that wo
eon fathom for you. Take the bark of the wild-cherry tree, the root of mandrake,
tone, Oregon drape root, queen's root, bloodroot and golden seal, make seien
ti&o, Don-alooholio extract of them with just the right proportions and you have
Doctor Pierce's Goldeu medical Discovery.
It took Dr. Pierce, with the assistance of two learned chemists, eight years of
hard work experimenting to make this pure glyceric extract and alterative of the
greatest efficiency end without the use of particle of alcohol.
-j Just the sort of remedy you need to make rich, red
blood, and cure that lassitude and feeling of nerve exhaustion.
' n. PU..'. tl..i-n M.J!oal niBnw.rv Kur. ,V.m .tamn nf
Public: Approval and has sold more largely in the post forty
years than anv other blood purifier and stomach tonio.
"Some 'time aqro I got out of health my stomsch seemed to be the
test of the trouble," wrttoa Mr. Kzka Williams, of Belleville, Kino.
" 1 commenced to doctor with all the doctors at home as well a with
other .peciallita on stomach and digestive organs. None seemed to do
any gwl In fact most of the medicines did me harm. Finally, I wrote
to Dr. fierce, Buffalo, N. Y., who replied, stating that I had liver eom-
Slalnt with indigestion and constipation, and advised Dr. Pierce'. Goklea
edlcal Dlicovery and 'Pleasant fellets.'
',yMt-$t 'I X lne uiecovery una reueu, nave put me on my leei egmin
if souaed to be just what 1 needqd. 1 cuukl nut have recovered without them."
E. Wuxuau, Bet, fJ Pierce ai PImimI Pallet are tmr Ilrtr lilt
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THE TURKISH BATHS III AMERICA
JIudame Qulvlllii will be glad to answer any questions pertaining
to womauly beauty, l'ersonal replies will be glyen If n stamped
nnd self-addressed envelope Is enclosed.
A meeting of much Importance to
people living along the banks of Mill
creek was held last night In the coun
cil chamber of the city hall, at which
the matter of deepening the channel
and raising the banks of the creek
were thoroughly gone over, and It is
now believed that active steps will be
taken so that in the future that stream
will not overflow Its banks. The
meeting was called by Governor West,
at the Instance of a large number of
property owners along the line of the
creek. John H. Albert was elected
chairman of the meeting and William
Brown wag choBen secretary. Gover
nor West, In calling the meeting to
order, stated his purpose In calling
It was to devise means of preventing
the Inundation .of a large area of
country and some of the city by Mill
creek, and to co-operate with the city
with a view to deepening the channel
of thnt stream.
Governor West, William Steiuloff
and Russell Catlln were appointed a
committee to ascertain the power mid
liability of the power company main
taining the ditch, nnd William Brown,
A. Whitney and Thomns B. Kay com
prise a comniitteo to Investigate a
drainage district plnn. T. B. Kay ad
dressed the committee, in which he
stated that the overflow was caused
by the surface drainage, and not from
nny water taken into the creek from
the Santlam, as during the rainy sea
son the gates are all closed so that no
water enters the creek, except what
falls in Its basin.
County Judge Bushey spoke favor
ing the strengthening the channel.
While Dr. R. E. Lee Stelner and W. J.
Culver spoko on the question of drain
age and developing of the land as the
reason for the surplus water during
Another meeting will be held June
8. at which time the two committees
will make repoiU and further plans
will be discussed and adopted for pre
venting further overflow and damage.
Mini Coughs and Breaks Ribs.
After a? frightful coughing spell a
man In Neenah, Wis., felt bad pains
in his side and his doctor found two
ribs had been broken. What agony
Dr. King's New Discovery would have
saved him. A few teaspoonfuls ends
a late cough, while persistent use
routs obstinate coughs, expels stub
born colds or heals weak, sore lungs.
"I feel sure It's a God-send to human
ity," writes Mrs. Effle Morton, Co
lumbia, Mo., "for I believe I would
have consumption today, If I had not
used tills great remedy." It's guaran
teed to satisfy, and you can get a free
trial bottle or 50 cent or $1.00 size at
J. C. Perry's.
Polk county will, within the next
two years, spend $145,000 in bettering
Each age of our lives has It joys.
Old people should be happy, and they
will be if Chamberlain's Tablets are
taken to strengthen the digestion and
keep the bowels regular. These tab
lets aro mild and gentle In their action
and especially suitable for people of
middle age and older. For sale by
The Russian bath differs from the
Turkish In being a vapor bath, in
principle the same as the primitive
baths first described; while the
Turkish begins with exposure to dry
heat at a temperature of from 120
degrees to 150 degrees Fahr. The
efrect of both is much the same, and
when many bathers gather at the
same time in a Turkish bath, the
air becomes quickly charged with
vapor, it is thought by some that
the Turkish bath favors reduction of
flesh and the Russian Increases; but
both have been used with equal ben
efit In curing obesity.
When taking a Turkish bath In
this country, you don a loose cotton
chemise of simplest form, end en
veloped In an ample sheet, enter the
Budatorlum, where your attendant
Beats you comfortably in a reclining
chair, binds a wet towel about your
forehead, and gives you a glass of
cold ' water. Your attendant careful
ly watches the effect of the heat, sup
plies more drinking water If needed,
and leaves you for a longer or short
er time, according to the response of
the perspiratory glands. When 'the
sweat starts freely from every pore,
you go Into a still hotter room and
recline on a marble couch, which
stretches round the sides of the
apartment. A fresh wet towel is
bound about the brows, more water
drunk, and you lie here till as wet
as if dipped In the swimming pool,
and altogether the sensation is de
lightfully soothing. You feel as if a
lot of depressing, clogging products
were being coaxed out of you. Some
times there' Is a progression through
several of these hot rooms, at In
creasing temperature up to 210 de
grees Fahr.; or, if you are alone, the
temperature Is raised in this second
one, tho attendant adjusting It ac
cording to the effect upon the bather.
After this you are taken to a mar
ble cabinet, where, reclining on a
marble couch, 5-011 are lathered and
shampooed, while hot water Is freely
poured over you. The needle spray
very delightful follows, and after
It, If you choose, two or three quick
clips Into the cold swimming pool.
Some women are too timid to ven
ture upon this, and If there is weak
action of the heart, It Is best not to;
otherwise an enjoyable part of the
bath is missed. After friction with
Turkish towels, there is another
shampoo with alcohol, If desired; and
then the bather Is enveloped In a
fresh sheet nnd tucked upon a rest
ful couch in the tepldarlum for a
half-hour's rest; and, If she wants
It, has a cup of tea or coffee.
Could those good people who nur
ture a virtuous feeling of pride In
their state of superior cleanliness
pioduced by a regimen of dally cold
baths and one warm soap-scrub per
week, see, Just once, tho amount of
dead cuticle and actual dirt that rolls
away under the influence of the
shampooer's kneading and lathering,
they would be convinced of the
makeshift character of such baths
a mere-sop to the Idea of cleanli
ness. It Is a great pity that the advant
age of these baths is not more wide
ly appreciated so that through gen
erous and large patronage their
price could be reduced; for, under
existing circumstances they are
quite beyond the reach of a large
class of overworked people, whose
sedentary occupations produce the
very conditions which are most
promptly alleviated by them. Very
many, however, of this very class, do
spend hard-earned dollars for patent
nerve-tonics, which would return to
them a hundred-fold more benefit If
they paid for baths instead.
Yours for charming womanhood,
MADAME QUI VILLA,
614 Oregonlan Building.
ARE III EXCESS
OF THE NORMAL
Reports from all the counties In
the state, save seven, show that 259S
pupils were successful In passing the
recent eighth grade examinations. It
Is estimated by the Btate superintend
ent of public Instruction that In the
other seven counties 393 will be suc
cessful, bringing the total up to 2991.
He declares that about 20 per cent of
those taking the examinations failed,
which Is a splendid showing, when
compared with the number of failures
in the last examination.
The counties which have submitted
reports show the following have
pnssed In each: Baker 57, Benton 40,
Clatsop 36, Columbia 43, Coos S3.
BEWARE OF SUDDEN ATTACKS
THAT MAY PROVE DEADLY.
IT L hi
1 V T.l
YOU CAN SOON REPEL THE
MOST DANGEROUS WITH
THE MOST INFALLIBLE CURE FOR
COUGHS AND COLDS
' AND ONLY RELIABLE REMEDY FOR
THROAT AND LUNGS
PRICE 50c AND $1.00
SOLD AND GUARANTEED BY 1333
1. C. PERRY.
INCREASED TENSIONS FOR G. A. U. VETERANS.
The new general service pension bill became a law Saturday, May 11,
hist, when the president signed the bill.
After granting $30 per month to all soldier's wounded In battle or do
ubled by disease contracted in line of duty and Incapacitated for manual
labor as a result thereof, the bill combines age with service In the allow
ance of pensions from the date of applications therefor as follows:
Age-r 3 Mo. 6 Mo. 1 Yr. 2 Yrs. 2 Yrs. 3 Yrj
62 years S13.00 ilS.C.O $14.00 $15.00 $U..r)0 S16 CVO
(i years 15.00 15.50 10.00 17.00 18.00 1900
70 years 18.00 19.00 20.00 L'3.00 24.110 25 00
7i. years 21.00 22.50 24.00 30.00 30.00 30.09
This provision will afford a substantial measure of Justice to many thou
sands of worthy veterans throughout tho country, and while It will not fur
nish all the relief for which they have struggled, It Is a decided Improve
nient over existing law.
Crook 38, Curry 12, Douglas 120, Gil
liam 18, Grant 30, Josephine AG, Klam
ath 45, Lane 162, Ilncoln 43, Mini 134,
Malheur 30, Marlon 95, Morrow 25,
Multnomah 823, Polk 75, Sherman 36,
Tillamook 33, Umatilla 107, Wallowa
G5, Wasco 38, Washington 131, Yam
Helped to Keep Down ExpentiM.
Mrs. J. E. Henry, Akron, Mich., tells
how she did so: "I was bothered with
my kidneys and hud to go nearly dou
ble. I tried a Biunple of Foley Kidney
Pills and they did me so much good
that I bought a bottle and they saved
me a big doctor's bill." For weak
back, backache, rheumatism, urinary
and kidney troubles, use Foley Kidney
Pills. They help quickly. Dr. Stone
Journal "Want Ads" Bring Result
UNSURPASSED AS A SUMMER RESORT
Newport has every advantage the pleasure seeker or the person wishing rest
and quiet might desire. Here you can find the gay life of the summer resort
with all its attractions and excitement, or if you wish rest and quiet, you can
find a secluded spot where the only sound to break the stillness will be the cry
of a seagull and the distant beating of the surf. There are the mountains for
the man who wishes hunting, trou t streams for the lover of the fly and the
deep sea fishing for the person who craves a little more dangerous sport. Ac
commodations can be had of every description, hotels, cottages and tents. The
Southern Pacific Railroad furnishes first-class service from all points, and the
best wagon roads to the Coast come into Newport. For informotion write the
Newport Commercial Club, or any advertiser on this page ; we recommend them.
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VIEW ON THE BEACH AT NEWPORT
ADVANTAGES AS A HOME CITY
To the man who wishes to make a permanent home and settle with his family,
Newport offers many advantages. There are openings here for a number of
different lines of business. It is an ideal country for farming and dairying,
and there is a ready demand for all produce raised. From a social standpoint
Newport has all the advantages of a larger city. It owns its water system,
which supplies the city with pure mountain water. A modern electric light
plant furnishes electricity at a moderate cost. It has fine schools and churches,
Its merchants are enterprising and carry the best of stocks. It has two news
papers, modern hotel accommodations and banking facilities. In fact Newport
as a city is one of the most enterprising and best little places in Oregon. For
further information address the Newport Commercial Club, Newport, Oregon.
Under the Personal management of Mrs. Gertrude Osburn
ONLY FIRST CLASS NVF RFATH
FAMILY HOTEL AT MIL DLAXLII
Entirely renovated and refurnished
Flrstclass service in every respect and the best Of meals nnd beds
Only one block from Nye Beach Bath House and the Ocean
1 New Management Ideal locution
Rates $1.50 per day: $10 per week.
All while help
Fine tents In connection
N. P. WIBERG, Proprietor
The Tent City
I1Y ELECTRIC LIGHTS
Everything stilctly sanitary
Iloth houses and tents for rent,
furnished. 'y week or day
For terms write to
A. J. Van Wassenhove
P. O. Hox & Newport, Oregon
I'l'ltE MOUNTAIN WATER
AMUSEMENTS CON V EN I ENC ES
Let us show you
RICKMAN & SMITH
Thomas Mock Nye Reach
Blakely, Taf t
Stoves, Groceries, Etc.
HIGH-CLASS WOltlv AT
. CITY PRICKS
WORK CALLED FOR AND
HALF WAY I1ETWEEN NEWPORT
AND NYE I1EAC1I
FINE VIEW OF PAY AND OCEAN
A. C. FORD, Manager
lU'ILT OF CEMENT
HOT AND COLD WATER IN
STEAM HEAT THROUGHOUT
ROOMS WITH PRIVATE HATH
STRICTLY FIRST CLASS ,
SERVICE SECOND TO NONE
Purdy & Hoselton
Owners and Managers
Warm Sea Water Plunge and
LOCATED AT NYE REACH
The Hot Sea Baths
WeBt Ariics and Cliff Streets
Nye Heach, Newport, Oregon
L. E. Brower, Manager
H. J. & Gertrude Minthorn,
You can always spend a pleasant
evening at this charming little the
atre. The program 1b us gool as
any you will find In Portland or
Salem. Located just north of the
boat landing near Fall street.
, BE SURE AND SEE IT
Newport's Most Comfortable
Large parlor with plate glass
front overlooking Yaqulna llav.
Also parlor on second floor over
WE PRIDE OURSELVES
ON OUR BEDS
Ieggctt springs use) exclusively,
and hot nnd cold running water;
them all, with woolen blankets.
Every room has electric lights
anl hot and cold running water;
absolutely the moBt modern and
comfortable rooms in Newport.
Everything new and clean.
Don't fail to see us, as we
can deliver the goods
One block townrl ocean from boat
landing. For Information aldreBs
MRS. C. G. COPELAND
Quiet and homelike
Ono block from the Reach
Mrs. J. H. Grimes, Proprietor
COMPLETE LINE POST CARDS
Sent to your summer address. No
extra cost. Phone office, Main 82.
MAIL YOUR ORDERS TO
AND HE WILL DO THE REST
All goods guaranteed Newport, Oregon
European and American Plan
Popular Summer Prices
Special Winter Rates
Make reservations by mall. July,
August and September
Captain nnd .Mix Wakefield, Props.
Iletween both lloat Lanllngs
Front Street Newport, Oregon
5, 10, 15 AND 25 -CENT
Ilargaliis on rvery table
In connection with my new stock of
I have counters on which will be
found Screw Drivers, Tack Ham
mers, llrass Hinges, Knife Sharp
eners, Pancake Turners, Kettle
Covers, and all articles Indlspen
slble to campers.
O. A. AKONSON
A HK.U Tin 1, LOT AT
When you are In Newport uiul aut
GOOD MEATS. JH'TTfiH.
FRESH EGGS, VEC.ETAHLES, Ett
Ed. Stocker & Son
Newport and Nye Heach
The New Cliff
AT NYE PEACH
Next door to the lint ',,ll'h
Near swimming pool. 1 ,h.
view of beach and breakers. i
ing beach Immediately ' fl0lU
W. D. WHEELER, Proprietor
OX EASY TERMS'
Most Beautiful Site Near Newport
Naturally Sheltered Sunny Slope Every Lot Has Unobstructed View
Salem's Summer Home
A WOOD lSVESTMEYT
Best Surf Bathing, Sandy Beaches, Rocks and Cliffs, Mountain Trails, Fishing and Huntina. New Modern Hotel
AGATE BEACH LAND CO., 212-213 Board of Trade, Portland c HOFFR A cnW on mmmnmal. Salon