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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOT'RNAL. SALEM. OREGON. WEDNESDAY. JULY 12, 1916.
TENT CITY, NEWPORT, OREGON
Fifty clean, airy, furnished tents and cottages at
reasonable rates. Located in grove, in view of
ocean, sidewalks, electric lights and city water.
Three blocks from beach. For reservations address
A. J. VAN WASSENHOVE, Box 5, Newport, Ore.
SEA CREST COTTAGES
Right at the beach Completely furnished 2, 3
and 4 room cottages overlooking the ocean, unex
celled view, well lighted grounds, sidewalks, close
to stores, natatorium and bathing beach. Light and
water in every cottage. Write for rates or further
CHRIS ARMS, Newport, Ore.
H. H. CROWDIS
NEWPORT TRANSFER CO.
WILL GET YOUR BAGGAGE CHECKS ON THE TRAIN AND
DELIVER YOUR BAGGAGE TO YOUR HOUSE AND CHECK YOUR
BAOOAOE AT YOUR HOUSE FOR RETURN WRITE OR PHONE
US. PHONES 3702 and 3752, NEWPORT, OR.
LIVERY RIOS AND SADDLE PONIES.
WOOD FOR SALE. ,
Nye Beach Grocery Co.
B. F. DURALL, Proprietor.
Beach nd Coast Streets, Nye Beach, Newport, Oregon.
FANCY AND STAPLE GROCERIES, PATENT MEDICINES,
TOILET SUNDRIES, ICE CREAM AND SOFT DRINKS.
DELLICATASSEN A SPECIALTY
CHAS. SAUNDERS, Proprietor.
One Block from the Beach, 20 rooms comfortably furnished, all out
side, 2 story, corner Agnes, Coast and Beach Streets.
NYE BEACH, NEWPORT, Oregon
Whitten Camp Grounds
For Rent, Furnished Cottages One to Seven Rooms. Also Furnished
Tents Prices $2.00 to $9.00 per week.
M. F. BULL, Proprietor' -
NYE BEACH, NEWPORT, OREGON
NEWPORT BEACH NATATORIUM
O. 8. PURDY, Owner and Manager.
WARM SEA WATER PLUNGE AND VARIOUS AMUSEMENTS
WATER OAMES DAILY
Located at Nye Beach, Newport, Oregon.
Yaquina City and
FRESH and SALT FISH, OYSTERS,
CLAMS, CRABS, BUTTER, EGGS,
BUTTERMILK and FRESH
'Phone 315a, opp. The Grand,
SALEM PEOPLE ENJOY
I NEWPORT AND LEAD
ALL OTHER CITIES
By Lamar Tooze
Newport, Or., July la (Special to
me upnui journal;. The weather
the nrbiter of all the nativities at the
beach still continues ideal. And its
errects are demonstrated in the ever
increasing crowds on the incoming
uuiim. me pnsr, weeK lias seen a ma
terial increase of Newport's transient
pnpuliition. Cottages are beim? Queu
ed every day and the resort's tent
cities are taking on the appearance or
mui-senson. i wo more weens will see
.Newport at its best.
.Salem people hnve shown a decided
partiality for Newport. Probably no
other city in the state contributes
more, proportionally, than does the
Cherry city. Among the Salem people
who come hero every summer are the
Culverts, the T. U. Jones, the ltho
teu's, the Thomas t Ryan 's, the Sav
age's, the Beans and the Linn's. At
Agate Bench, the llofer's, ThieJsen's
ami i,vveslcy s Jiave beautiful sum
mer homes, commanding .unexcelled
views or the osean.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Ilenrv JI. 1'nrsons. of
Dallas, reuched the beach during the
ween unci passed a lew days hero.
They drove through the Siletz Basin
via FbIIb City. Mr. I'arsous is school
supervisor of I'olk county.
A'-, uud .Mrs. L. Kbeling of Port
IiiimI, nrrived at Nye Reach Friduy
and arc enjoying the hospitality of the
New Cliff House.
Mis. K. 1). Googhngen nnd daughter
.miss .man (leoghngeu nnd Airs, Georirc
Shaffer of Eugene, are established iu
one of the cottages nt Sea Crest for a
trunk Hums of Corvnllis. is listed
among the week's arrivals at the Par
Mr. and Mrs. Mark Weatherford.
arrived in Newport during the week.
air. weatherford is the democratic
nominee for congress from tho first
Miss Doris Kdmunson of Salem, ar
rived on ii Saturday boat for a brief
sojourn at the New Cliff House.
Miss Jennie Matlock of. Canyon City
was a Friday arrivnl nt the Parker
Mr. and Mrs. T. ). Jones of Salem.
nave joined the Marion county contin
gent nt the seaside. The Jones are
lonnciled i it a cottage near the post-
office and will remain for the entire
Or. and Mrs. J, R. Hell of Corvnllis.
are domiciled at the Grand for a fort
night. Or. Hell isu pioneer educator
Mr. and Mrs, August Lokon of As
toria, were among the incoming pas
sengers on the stenmer Newport Inst
.Miss Josephine Lee of Mill City, ar
rived the middle of tho week for a
three weeks sojourn nt tho bench.
I he Charles T. Stnntons. of Portland
nave arrived to pnss the summer
months nt their attractive beach home.
fliey are entertaining Miss Clara Hell
also of I'ortlnnil.
Mrs. A. .1. LcIiiiick of Kemmerer,
Wyoming, arrived on a Tuesday boat
to pass an outing at the Copelnml
WIFE TOO ILL
IN BED MOST OF TIME
Her Health Restored by Lydia
E. Pinkham'i Vegetable
Indianapolis, Indiana. " My health
was to poor and my constitution ao run
down that 1 could
not work. I was
thin, pale and weak,
weighed but 109
pounds and was in
bed most of the
time. I began tak
ing Lyilia E. Pink
Compound and five
months later I
weighed 133 pounds.
1 do all the house
work and washing for eleven and 1 can
truthfully lay Lydia E. Pinkham's Veg
etable Compound has been a godsend
to me for I would have been in my grava
today but for it I would tell all wo
men suffering as I was to try your valu
able remedy."-Mrs. Wm. Green, 332
S. Addison Street, Indianapolis.Indiana.
There is hardly a neighborhood in this
wiinlnf wihaMkin uunA WOnlin DBS not
found health by using thit good old-
fashioned root and nert remeuy.
If there is anything about which you
nlM Ilka, medal advice, write to the
Lydia E. Pinkham Medicine Co., Lynn,
House. " . ,
Mrs. O. D. Ireland and the Misses
(lertrudo and Corneliu JrMand, of Ku
gene are enjoying an. outing at Nye
Mr. and, Mrs. Percival II. Warriner
of Wallace, Idaho, are enjoying an out
ing nt Nye Iteach ns guests of the
Freeman House. An interesting fact
in connection with the travel to New
port this year has been the number of
Idaho people who have arrived.
Miss hthel Tooze of Salem, enter
tained a party of her friends nt danc
nig and cards Saturday evening at the
Mr. and Mrs. II. O. Moreland of
Philomath have completed an outing
at iye llencti ns guests of the Nicolni.
Mr. and Mrs. K. S. Huckabay nnd
children, Miss Irene Orack, Miss Clara
llorman, P. K. Garrison, Carl Jensen
nnd If. A. Colin of Portland, passed
through Newport during the week en
route to l achats where they will pass
Mrs. G. V. Gleason and children of
Salem are domiciled in one of the cot
tages at Whitten 's camp ground for
an extended stay. Mr. Gleason will
join his family later.
Mr. and Mrs. W. ,T. Clark and chit
dren of Independence, nrrived at Tent
City the middle of the week and will
remain at the seaside for a fortnight
Mr. ('lark, is editor of the Independ
Mj. and Mrs. E. P. Caster of Baker
City, have completed a sojourn at Nye
Koach where they were located in a
tent-house at Tent Citv. The return
trip to eastern Oregon was made by
Thomas: A. Liveslev of Salem is in
cluded among the guests of the Agate
Iteach Inn during the week passed.
Mrs. W. L. Seward nnd Mrs. F. W.
Seward of F.l Paso, Texas, are located
in one of the honercst cottages for
Mrs. K. P. W. Harding of Portland
and Mrs. A. L. Thomas of Independ
ence, are visiting their pnrents, Mr.
and Mrs. J. 1). liibbs of Independence
at their cottage, Nve Bench
Prof, nnd Airs. C. M. McKellips of
I'ortlund, are summering at their de
lightful cottage overlooking Vaquinn
nay. I'rot. iMcKellips is connected
with the North Pacific Dental college
Shalor Kldritlge of Independence, n
student at the Oregon Agricultural
college, is at the McAllister House for
a briet stnv.
Mrs. J. C. I,nng of Portland, is the
house guest of her sister, Mrs. (leorge
O. Savage ot Salem.
H. S. Undcliff of Salem came a few
days ago and registered at the Cope-
Miss Queen Lynn has returned to
her home in Portlnnd after enjoving
an outing at the senshore ns a guest
of the Copolniul House.
C. K. Warner of Kiigene is listed
among the recent arrivals nt the Grand
Mr. and Mrs. George I.. Harwoou
of Kiigene, are among the guests nt
the New t lire House.
K. Kogownv nnd family of Albany
are located at the hit ten cnnij
grounds nt Nve Bench.
Mr. nnd Airs. . J. Alexander ot
Kugono are loented nt the McAllister
House tor a tew dnys stay.
iur. and Mrs. Kdward Oiirrigan, Jr.,
have returned to their home in Salem
ifler passing several days at the Brad-
Miss Phoebe Orvis of Boise, Idaho,
joined the out of the state contingent
at Nve Bench Snturdny, stopping at
Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Widener of Har
risbtirg are located nt the Grand for
mi indefinite stay.
Gus Harder ot Albany is among the
week's registrations nt the Borden.
Mrs. K. A. Ilolton and siwor, Mrs.
Itot'kwell of Salem are established in
a cottage: at the bench for an indefi
I'Mward V. Bailey of Albany passed
several days at the beach during the
past week; Mr. Bailey is coach of the
Albany College football team and n
graduate of the University of Oregon.
Squire l-nrrar nnd fnmilv of Salem
are established in their sea home at
Seal Kocks, for the summer.
Ihe Misses Annette nnd Janet Daw
son of Albany have arrived in Newport
for the summer. Thev will be joined
soon by their mother, Mrs. Fred Daw
son. .The,- OiiwKona nre regular sum
Leon MeCliutock of . Hoscliurg was
among Sunday's arrivals at the Nico
I.. II. Burnett and family of Salem
are among, the latest arrivals from the
Cherry City. The Barnetts are occu
pying one' of the Savage Cherry City
ottages mid plnn to remain for ten
dnvs longer. Mr. Harnett is connected'
with the Knth Grocery Co., of Salem.
1). J. .elsou and tlmnlv of Seattle
are enjoying the hospitality of the
Copeland House during their sojourn
at the seashore.
Mrs K. 1.. Knssell and child of Port
land arrived the forepart of the week
tor a short stav at the Whitten camp
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ludgert of
Portland arrived on a Saturdnv boat
and are staying at the Copelnml House.
The New Clitf House during the last
week installed motor omnibus service
between the boat lanffing at New port
and the hotel.
Miss Cynthia Baird and Miss Irene
DcArmnud departed the. middle of the
week for their home In Corvnllis after
passing a week as the house guests of
Mrs. M. K. ' Woodcock. Miss Baird
leaves in a fortnight for the Glacier
National Park in Montana where she
will pass the remainder of the sum
mer with friends.
J. C. Currie of Salem nrrived on the
steamer Newport last Wednesday for
u siion sray.
Mr. nud'Mrs. H. E. Boue of Hills
boro are among the Washington coun
ty residents at the bench. The Buges
ure usieu among tno guests at the
C. H. Parker and Miss Gladys Park
er of Monmouth, nrrived nt the Cane-
lnnd House last Saturday for a brief
Walter S. Fisher of Roseburg, is en
joying a vacation at Nye Beach as a
guest of the Nicolai. Mr. Fisher is
connected with" the staff of the Hose
burg Review and is a graduate of the
University of Oregon.
A number of ladies called nt the
home of Mrs. Henry Kedfern Monday
evening of last week, honoring her
summer guest, Mrs. Henry lislierwood
of Salem. The ladies remembered her
with appropriate gifts and passed a
pleasant evening in conversation nnd
needlework. The refreshments were
Mrs. N. H. Lelnnd nnd daughter.
Mildred, of Corvnllis are cozily domi
ciled in the Nye Beach cottage," Bonnie
Breakers for a Benson's sojourn.
Jospeh Wenre of Salem took advant
age of Sunday's excursion to Newport
and enjoyed a stay nt the seaside.
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Burkheimer of
t ortland, who have been at the Cher-
Newport and Nye Beach.
All up to date Cottages nicely fur
nished. Bedding extra $1.00 per week.
Two blocks from bench. Screen doors
Mrs. Harry Redfern
Box 281 Newport, Oregon
For Sale or Rent
2 Story seaside resort, Nye Beach.
20 furnished rooms, all outside; oue
block) from the ocean.
P. O. Box 81 Newport, Oregon
"THE PLACE OF GOOD EATS"
FRONT ST NEWPORT
The Silver Grill
Front Street, Newport, Ore.-
HOME COOKING CITY PRICES
Sea Foods a Specialty.
Next to Grand Theatre.
The Agate Man
MOUNTINGS A SPECIALTY
WHEN YOTJ GET TO NEWPORT -GO
The Del Llanico
SIGHT AWAY FOR SEA FOODS.
WE SPECIALIZE IN FISH AND SEA
ry City for the past two weeks, left
Sunday for their home.
Miss Paula Linn of Salem entertain
ed a party of her friends at tiie Linn 's
attractive beach home, last evening.
The evening was pleasautly passed in
dancing nnd cards.
T. B. Garrison of Harrisbuig joined
the Lane county delegation at Nye
Beach during the past week, register
ing at the New Cliff House.
Mrs. W. D. Wheeler, wife of the pro
prietor of tho New Cliff House, arriv
ed in Newport Saturday night after
passing six weeks with relatives in
Mr. nnd Mrs. Henry Arniitage of Al
bany are listed among the arrivelas at
the Grand on Main street.
Mr. and Mrs. T. Turner and daugh
ter of Pendleton are established in one
of the Sunnyside cottages at the beach
for a several w-eeks sojourn.
Mrs.'D. A. Bronson and Mrs. II. C.
Kukin of Dallas "were recent visitors
Miss Ruth' Campbell left the last of
the week for her home in Dallas after
passing two weeks at Nve Beach.
Miss Ida Kerns and Miss Alice Pal
mer of Salem are domiciled iu their
cottage, "Al-Ida", until the end of
Mrs. Gustave K. Bruere and children
of Portland are passing the month at
the Agate Beach Ian. Dr. Bruere will
join his family later in the month.
W. O. Nisley of Portland came on a
Thursday boat for a few days recrea
tion nt the Hotel Kelly.
Mr, and Mrs. M. H. Savage and
daughter of Salem, Mrs. 11. II. Savage
and son of Lcwiston, Idaho; and Miss
Kuth Gibson of Salem are comfortably
ensconsed in their Seal Rocks cottage
ami plan to remain for the season.
F. J. Coait of Dallas passed several
days nt the beach last week. Mrs.
Coad will arrive this week and will
occupy the Coad cottage at Nye Beach
for the summer.
Mrs. .loll n Hocus and sisters, Laura
and Olive, of Broadmead are among
the week's arrivals at the McDonald.
Mrs. E. T. Luddcii and son of Sa
lem are the gueittt for a month of Mrs.
Ludden's pareuts, Mr. and Mrs. II. II.
Kngnn of Newport.
Mr. and Mrs. Frederic D. Thielsen
and children, Henry, Wesley, Nancy
and Frederic, Jr., have arrived at
Agate Bench and have opened their
cottage for the season. The Thielsens
are regular residents of the resort up
the coast from Newport.
The Tuesday Night Serving club
girls had a bonfire party on the-bcach
the forepart of last week. Those en
joying the evening were: Miss Jane
Allen and Miss Kulifson of Portland,
Miss Anna Oaugherty, Miss Landon
and Miss Thompson of Chicago, the
Misses Mixter of Salem, Miss Mary
Miiithorn, Miss Ethel Bennett, Miss
Pearl Satterlee, Miss Alda Irvin, Miss
Inn lrviu and Miss Fannie Graves of
W. V. Fuller of Dallas, republican
nominee for representative from "the
district comprising Lincoln and Polk
counties, was in Newport during the
week for a vacation.
Charles J. Schnnbel of Portland, ac
companied by Mrs. Schnnbel and their
daughter. Miss Katherine Schnnbel,
and Miss Helen Minslnger. also of
Portland, arrived Saturday for a weeks
sojourn at Nye Bench as guests at the
Hotel ..icolai. Mr. Schnubel is a prom
inent attorney of Portland.
J. F. Whiting of Onkley, California,
registered at tiie Parker House last
Mrs. John A. lining and daughter,
Helen; nre nt the Agate Beach Inn for
the month of July. The I-nings are
Mrs. Fred Dawson of Albany has
joined her daughters nt Nye Beach
where she will spend the summer.
O. E. Holmes of Dallas came in n
few days ago for a brief sojourn nt
Mrs. Nellie Wattenberg of Klamath
Fulls president of the Kebeknh assem
bly of Oregon, arrived the latter part
of last week for a snort sojourn at
the Hotel Bradshaw, Nye Beach.
A. Purvine and family of Salem
nre passing a lortnignt ar Agaie
H. L: Burt and family of Eugene ar
rived .the first of the week and are lo
cated at the Hotel Bradshaw.
John Hocus and Miss Laura Bocus
and Miss Olive Bocus of Broadmeade
are included among the summer people
at the McDonald House on Brook
' 't ' ' - r
CHERRY CITY COTTAGES
Nye Beach, Newport, Oregon, '
Two Rooma Furnisdifrt
Fine View, Near the Beach, Near the
GEORGE O. SAVAGE,
Box 423, Newport, Ore.
New Modern Cottages
Right On The Beach
J. W. LARSEN, Box 125,
2, 3 and 4 Room Cottages
6 rooms midway between New
port and Nye Beach. Also fur
nisher! housekeeping rooms
near to beach. Inquire of
Mrs. B. L. Russell at Beach
St., 5 and 10 cent store.
NICE FURNISHED BOOMS,
Splendid View, sAll Outside Room
Front Streot, one Mock south front
Boat Landing, opposite South Beach
A. L. THOMAS
AGATES CUT AND MOUNTED
Art Pictures of Oregon Coast Scenery.
Photo Supplies, Developing and Print
ing; Picture Framing, Shells, Souvenir
Postals, Watch Repairing.
G. C. TUDDER, Newport, Oregon
NICE MEALS AT CITY PRICES
Fine Rooms. Splendid View
The Royal Theatre
SHOWING THE HIOHEST CLASS OF
MOTION PICTURES OBTAINABLE
W. F. ALLEN, Manager, Newport, Or.
M-otA Pliff Hniio Four Stories of Solid Com
nCW UHT I IOUM! fort-Modern and Homelike
38 Rooms-all out- i'l Best of Meals--Sea
side with inspiring ' Food a S p e c i a 1 1 y
view of the ocean, & 1 Rates $2.00 and
FREE BUSS i R P) ) UP-
Mr. and Mrs. W. D. WHEELER, Proprietors
FOR RENT '
2 ROOM COTTAGES AND FUR
NYE BEACH, NEWPORT,
Near the Beach
JOHN H. ADAMS, Box 464, Newport