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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. SALEM. OREGON,
WEDNESDAY, JULY 19, 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
5 A. J. VAN WASSENHOVE, Box 5, Newport, Ore. I
H. H. CROWDIS
NEWPORT TRANSFER CO.
WILL GET YOUR BAGGAGE CHECKS ON THE TRAIN AND
DELIVER YOUR BAGGAGE TO YOUR HOUSE AND CHECK YOUR
BAGGAGE AT YOUR HOUSE TOR RETURN WRITE OR PHONE
Ua PHONES 3702 nd 3752, NEWPORT, OR.
LIVERY RIGS AND SADDLE PONIES.
WOOD FOR SALE.
Nyc Beach Grocery Co.
B. F. DURALL, Proprietor.
Beach and 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. AIbo Furolsh'd
Tents Prices $2.50 to $9.00 per week.
fll. F. HULL, Proprietor
NYE BEACH, NEWPORT, OREGON
NEWPORT BEACH NATATORIUM
O. B. PURDY, Owner and Manager.
WARM SEA WATER PLUNGE AND VARIOUS AMUSEMENTS
WATER GAMES DAILY
Located at Nye Beach, Newport, Oregon.
Daily, of Medfortl, are the guests of j Walter S. Fisher lias returned to hist Stewart F. I.amb, of Salem, was an
Mrs. Stanley Tnvlor. of Scio, at the home in Roseburg after passing a fort- arrival at the Hotel Bradshaw Inst
Casa Bonita cottage,
Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Smythe, of Port
land, are enjoying the beauties of this
coast line and are located at Sea Crest
for an indefinite stay.
night at Nye Beach as guest of the Ho- Saturday.
tel Nicolai. Mr. Fisher is city editor
of the Roseburg Review.
The Misses Frances Quisenberry, Net
tie Pierce, and Ella M. Busey, of Hot-
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Mothcrshead, ! r'a"urg- nBve "epanea lor tneir nomes
. f,,.i, .i ti, ,i ,ii.,' I after passing several dnys at the Ho-
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
r to stores, natatonum and batning oeacn. ijignt ana
I water in every cottage. Write for rates or further
5 information. '.
CHRIS ARMS, Newport, Ore.
By LAMAR TOOZE.
Newport, Ore, July 19. (Special to
the Capital Journal.) Beach folks have .
foregone the pleasures of the seaside I
for the pleasures of the Chautauqua.
Ellison-White's big, white, canvas au
ditorium Is the center of attraction this
week for Newporters nnd visitors alike. I
Commencing Suudny, the Chautauqua
continues until day after tomorrow.
The program is excellent. Victor
Murdock, the Kansas ex-congressmnii,
and the near-nominee for the presi
dency this yenr by the progressives, fol
lowing Rnosevclt'H declinntion. drew nn
appreciative audience Mondny evening
to hear his lecture "Uncle Sam's To
morrow." Mr. Murdock recently return-j
ed from Europe and is now on his wny
to the Orient.
Many people from the valley hnve ar
rived during the week, most "of them
drawn by the double attraction of beach
One of the most pleasant parties of
the season thus far was given by Miss
Pimln I. inn. of Salem, at the I.iun cot
tage, "Stormfield," Tuesday evening j
ot last week. The evening was passed
delightfully in dancing. The guests
were: The Missos Katharine Schnnbel
and Helen Minsingcr, of Portlnnd;
Janet Dawson and Annette Dawson, of
Albany; Walter S. Fisher, of Roseburg;
Russell Pnrthemcr nnd W. F. Daugh
erty, of Newport; Leslie Tooze and Ln
mar Tooze, of Salem. Miss Linn's
mother, Mrs. James Linn, and Mrs.
Charles J. Schnnbel, of Portland, pre
sided at the serving table.
Mr. and Mrs. Al H. tSeiner and chil-j
drcn, of Snlem, reached the beach dur-'
ing the week. Mr. Steiner returned
homo Saturday but his family will re-i
mil in for the rest of the season.
Franklin Stniger, of Portland, stopped j
in Newport the forepart of tho week on
ins way nome rrom un rxremieu trip 10
Washington, D. C, and Boston.
'Mr. and liirs. J. A. Austin, of Wood
burn, are enjoying a vacation at Nye
Beach its guests of the Kelly.
Dr. and Mrs. I.. W. Guiss arrived
during the week and nre established in
their cottage at Nyc Beach for a sea
son's stay. They arc regular summer
residents of this resort.
The Misses Frunkie nnd Alice Crider,
of Dnllus, are the guests of Mrs. Frank
J. Cond, also of DHllns.
Mr. and Mrs. W. Hudkins nud daugh
ter, of Albnuy, ara among the week's
registrations nt the Kelly.
Harry D. Sellurs, of Sulem, is enjoy
ing nn outing at the seaside and is nt
Mr. tuulMrs. P. B. Kelly, o'f Portland,
nre located in one of the Cherry City
cottages, arriving Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Aupperlee, of Jef
ferson, reached Newport Satnrdny and
nre located at the Copeland.
Mr. nnd Mrs. E. Burke, sons, Robert
nnd Willinm, and daughter, lsnbollc, of
Portland, are eucottnged at Tent City.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Walter S. Wiuslow and
Mrs. Kltno White, of Snlein, nre domi
ciled in Paul V. Johnson's cottage nt
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. R. Tweednle, of Al-
Imnv, are located in their cottage for
Miss O. Beaumont, Miss Helen T.nrsen
nnd Miss Ida T.nrsen, of Portland, are
located at Tent City for a two weeks'
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Starker, of Jen
nings Lodge, are enjoying the hospital
ity of the Damon. Nye Bench.
'Mrs. W. L. Phillips, of Independence,
joined the Polk county contingent in
Newport during the week and is at Tent
Mr. nnd Mrs. K. T. Clinae, of Portland,
nre listed among tho guests of the Da
mon, arriving during the week.
Mr. and Mrs. Hnrrv Hud kins, of Al
bany, arrived In Newport Saturday
and stopped at the Kelly.
T. O. Bligh and Claude Beebe, of
Salem, arrived nt ttte seashore by auto
mobile during the week.
Mr. and lira. R. A. Tearson and
nephew, Virgil Surfus, of Portland, are
enjoving an outing t Nye Beach and
are located In one of the Sea Crest cot
times. Miss Fern Daily and Master Oris
Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Young nnd daugh
ter, Miss Isabelle Young, of Albany,
arrived Saturday night nnd are domi-
I ciled in one of the cottnges at Sea Crest
for two weeks. Miss Young is a soph
omore at Lelnnd Stanford Junior uni
versity, Palo Alto, Cal., and is a mem
ber of tho Kappa Alpha Theta sorrority
at that institution.
Hobart Mitchell, son of McKinley
Mitchell, of Portland, and formerly a
resident of Mnrion county, departed
on a Saturday boat after passing two
weeks at the Agate Bench Inn. Young
Mitchell is a sophomore nt Lelnnd Stan
ford Juuior university, where he is
taking a pre-legal course.
ASK FOR and GET
Cheap substitutes cost YOU same pries.
Newport and Nye Beach.
All up to date Cottnges nicely fur
nished. Bedding extra $1.00 per week.
Two blocks from beach. Screen doors
Mrs. Harry Redfern
2 Story seaside resort, Nye Beach,
20 furnished rooms, all outside; one
blocln from the ocean.
P. O. Box 81 Newport, Oregon
"THE PLACE OF GOOD EATS"
(FRONT ST NEWPORT
Yaquina City and
FRESH and SALT FISH, OYSTERS.
CLAMS, CRABS, BUTTER, EGGS,
BUTTERMILK and FRESH
'Phone 3452. opp. The .Grand,
A Cough May Lead
Distressing and dangerous compli
cations may follow If you neglect It
Even when so serious a stag- la
reached, Eckman's Alterative may
brim relief. For more than twenty
year It has been widely used In such
cases with Iwnellolal results.
As with any medication employed In
this trouble, the best results are ob
tained when the patient pays strict
attention to diet' and g-eta plenty ot
rest and fresh air.
Because of Its easily assimilable
content of calcium chlorld. this prepa
ration Is tfferttve where a tonic up
builder Is Indicated. As a corrective
of nlghtaweats it has proved moat
useful. It may be tried with abso
lute safety, since It contains no
harmful or habit-forming drugs ot
At your druggist's. '
KkMS Ljkeratvry, rkllalhU.
sons, Frank and John, and daughter,
Irene, of Burns, are visiting Mrs. Frank
J. Cond, of Dallas, at the Coad cot
tage on the hill near the postoffice.
Miss Eva Collins, of Independence,
is listed among the residents of Tent
City, Nye Beach.
M. M. Bustler nnd son, of Independ
ence, are located in one of the Sen Crest
cottnges for on indefinite stay.
Miss Marguerite Mers, of Salem, is
enjoying a vacation at the seaside and
is stopping at the Dnmou.
The Misses Lulu and Lorenn Walton,
of Salem, are established in the Erskine
cottage for a summer's stny.
F. C. Del.ong and daughter, who have
been enjoying an outing at Tent City,
returned Saturday to their home in Sa
lem. Mr. and Mrs. W. Petersen nnd sons,
Robert nnd Hermaun, of Eugene, reach
ed the beach by automobile the middle
of last week and are located at Tent
Mrs. Robert Phillips and children, of
Independence, are among the week's
registrations nt the Bradshaw.
W. H. Lerchen arrived in Newport
Thursday from Snlein nnd is enjoying
a. stay at the seaside.
Mrs. M. M. Hofer and Miss Ruth Hof
fer, of Eugene, are among Thursduy's
arrivals nt the New Cliff house.
Mrs. Sarah B. Farmer, of Salem, is
among tho guests of the Damon, Nye
Beach, and will remain until August 1.
Mrs. M. H. Fnrrar nnd daughters,
Helen and Grace ,of Snlein, nre occupy
ing apnrtmetitsHt the Bradshaw.
The Misses Louise Rice and Lillian
M Nary, of Snlem, arc established .in a
cottage at Nye Bench.
George Gates, of Disston, arrived in
Newport during the week nnd stopped
at the Parker. .
Dr. and Mrs. J. L. Hill, of Medford,
and Mrs. A. J. Hill, of Portlnnd, nre
established in a cottage at Sea Crest for
an indefinite stay.
Mr. nnd Mrs. T. M. Johnson and I.
Wilcox, of North. Yakima, nre among
the Washington visitors in Newport.
They arrived Friday after an automo
bile trip from North Yakima.
Mrs. George Itiliner, of La Grande, is
enjoying the hospitality of the Damon
at the bench.
Mr. and Mrs. W. D. rrettymau, of
Albany, are listed among the recent ar
rivals at. the seaside nnd are staying at
the Parker house.
A. Morrifield, of Aunisville, is n
guest of Mr. nnd Mrs. H. L. Snxton
and will remain in Newport for 10
Mr. nnd Mrs. B. W. Bnker nnd chil
dren, of Roseburg, nre locnted in the
Sunbeam cottage lit the seaside for an
P. P. Proctor, sons, George and Peter,
of Grants Puss, nre nmoug the week's
arrivals nt Nye Bench and nre snoot
taged at Sen Crest. They mnde the trip
Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Rose and Mr. nnd
Mrs. George T. Horwitt, of Portlnnd,
arc locnted in the Seldom Inn cottage
at Tent City for a two weeks' stay.
Mrs. F. V. Cook and daughters,
Minn, Mnrie, Tholinn and Ruth, Miss
Fay Townsend nnd Miss Mnry Burrick,
of Snlem, uro enjoying nn onting at the
beach. Ther are established in E. A.
iKItoten's cottage near Tent City and
will remain a ween longer.
Fred E. Mangis, n well known broker
of Salem, arrived on a Saturday boat
for a few dnvs sojourn nt the Piimon.
Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Htilin nnd son.
of Eugene, arrived in Newport, n few
Lliiva nun In their automobile for a BO-
iourn which will continue until the end
of the season. Tho Hulins are domiciled i AGATES
I in their summer home. onr Tonrn
house guest of Miss Paula Lin a, of Sa
lem, nt "Stormfield." ,
K. G. Villiams, of Salem, is numbered
among the summer vacationists at Nyej
. Beach. .
I T. Rodrie, of Mollaln, arrived nt the i WHE1i YtMJ GET TO NEWPORT
j Parker house last Thursday ffir a fewj QQ TQ
I The Kt II. Protheros, of Salem, have
arrived to pass their vacatiou at Tent
I Mr. and Mrs. Charles J. Schnnbel
and daughter, Katharine, and the
Schunbels guest. Miss Helen Miusinger,
I left ou the Sunday excursion for their
homes in Portland after passing a week
I at Nye Beach. -
Professor B. J. Hawthorne, professor
nmeritu s'.of the University of Oregon,
and for a score of years connected witn i
the facultr of the state institution, and ;
ilauchter. Miss Minnie Hawthorne, fame
a few days ago for a several weeks' so
journ in their cottage.
Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Turley and two I
dnuirhtera. of Tonuenish. Wash, are!
among the many people from the neigh-!
boring state wno are suinnierin m
IWch. The Turlevs are ensconsed in a
cottage at the rear of the Damon.
Floyd Shortndge, or Ainnny. antr
passing five weeks at the seaside as a
..nn nt th f MliMter house, has re
turned to his home iu the Hub City.
H. W. Torbet. assistant cashier ot tne
First Savings bniik. of Albany, his
mother. Mrs. David Torbet. and cousin.
Miss Bcttv Torbet. of Shelby. Ohio, are
the guests' of the J. O. Russell at Tent
Mr. and Mrs. K. Olsen, of Silverton,
are am'.ng the Marion county people nt
Nye Beach. Tho Olsoua aro occupying
an apartment at the Home.
The Silver Grill
Front Street, Newport, Ore.
HOME COOKING CITY PRICES
Sea Foods a Specialty.
Next to Grand Theatre.
The Agate Man
Mrs. Viola W. Hath, of Corvallis, ar
rived a few days ago for a brief sojourn
nt the Copeland bouse.
The lowest tide of the yenr occurred
last Saturday morning and scores of
beach visitors arose in the wee 'sma to
dig rock oysters and clams.
V. P. Proctor and sons, George and
Peter, of Grants Pass, arrived at Nye
Beach in their automobile a few days
ago and are passing a few days at Sea
Mrs. F. H. Douglass and son, of Ar
lington, are among the eastern Oregon
people nt ttte seashore. The Douglnss
came Friday and are staying at the
F. C. DeLong and daughter, Miss Eve
lyn Del.ong, nnd sister, Miss Esther
Englebnrt, of Salem, were recent visit
ors nt the Tent City, Nye Beach.
Mrs. M. M. Ellis, of Dallas, has ar
rivcr to pass tho remuinder of the sum
mer nt the Ellis cottage at the beach.
Dr. and Mrs. C. E. Waite, of Wood
burn, nnd their guest, Miss Lucy Waite,
of Minenapolis, arrived in Dr. Waite 's
car a few days ago and arc domiciled
at Sea Crest.
The Misses Emilie nnd Georgia Brod
er, of Eugene, enme a few days ago for
an outing nt the New Cliff house.
Ralph D. Lamb, of Albauy, is passing
a week at Tent City, n 'Nye Beach camp
Mr. and Mrs. John Roberts and chil
dren, of Salem, are domiciled in their
cottage nt Agate Beach until the end
Of the summer,
CI. E. Merwin, of Salem, joined tho
Cherry City contingent at the beach a
few days ago.
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Crivyea and son,
Ross, nnd Mr. nnd Mrs. E. J. Esberg and
son, John, nnd daughter, Tot, arrived
in an nutomobile a few days ago to pass
some time with the Nonh Bnkcrs.
Herman Bogard, Jr., and V. I. Shep
pnrd, of Portland, are staying nt the
Rodrie. Robinson, of Oregon City,
reached the beach Inst Saturday'for a
K..,ri r..r, few days' soioum at the Parker house.
Newport, Oregon Mr8Ecanora David, of Boise, ar-
rived a few dnys ago and is staying at
j Mrs. Fred Webster and daughter,
Miss Margaret Webster, of San Fran-
cisco, nnd Mrs. E. S. Lnmporr, of Sa
lem, came over Saturday.
Mis Flora Enders, of Portland, is
numbered nmong the most recent arriv
als at the Freemnn house.
E. C. Richardson, of Brondhend, Wis.,
is sojourning nt the Damon, Nye Beach.
Mrs. Jean Mosby, of Cottage Grove,
arrived Inst Thursday for a brief so
journ nt the Pnrkcr house.
G. T. Goldthwnite, of Tortlnnd, is
summering nt this watering place as a
guest of the Copeland.
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Peterson, of Sa
lem, arrived nt the end of the week.
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Starker, of Jen
nings Lodge, were recent arrivals at
the Damon. Nyc Bench.
George Pn Inter Byrket and Frank
Mnlcolin, of I.n Grande, nre among the
summer people nt the bench.
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Austin nnd daugh
ters, Agnes and Eunice, of Great Falls,
Montana, arc established in one of the
cottnges at Sea Crest. They plan a
three or four weeks' stny,
Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Thompson nnd
daughter, of Shedds, arrived on a Thurs
day boat and are sojourning atthe
Miss Evelyn Cnrter, of Albany, was a
Saturday arrival at the Parker house.
Rev. nud Mrs. C. O. Heath and two
children, of Junction City, are eucot
taged nt tho beach fr a month.
CHERRY CITY COTTAGES
Nye Beach, Newport, Oregon,
Two Rooms Furnished
Fine View, Near the Beach, Near tbs
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
4 s(c sfc sc s(c sc sc c st sfc jc
6 rooms midway between New
port and Nye Beach. Also-furnished
near to beach. Inquire of
Mrs. B. L. - Russell at Beach
St., 5 and 10 cent store.
NICE FURNISHED ROOMS,
Splendid View, sAll . Outside Room
Front Street, one block south from
Boat Landing, opposite South Beach
2 ROOM COTTAGES AND
NYE BEACH, NEWPORT,
Near the Beach
JOHN H. ADAMS, Box 464, Newport
New Zealand breeds between SD.OOO,
000 and' 24.000,000 Bheep, of which
about 25 per rent nre annually exported.
" HAND MADE
MOUNTINGS A SPECIALTY
To Overcome Eczema
The Del Llanico
RIGHT AWAY FOR SEA FOODS.
WE SPECIALIZE IN FISH AND SEA! 'li,nhetnfer,"labl9
FOODS. t Zemo. Cleveland.
Never mind how often yon have tried
and failed, you can stop burning, itching
eczema quickly by applying a little semo
furnished by any druggist for 25c Extra
large bottle, fl.OO. Healing begins the
moment semo is applied. In a short time
usually every trace of pimples, black
heads, rash, ecsema, tetter and similar
skin diseases will be removed.
For clearing the skin and making It
vigorously healthy, zemo is an exceptional
rentedv. It is not greasy, sticky or
'watery and it does not stain. When
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 HIGHEST CLASS OF
MOTION PICTURES OBTAINABLE
W. F. ALLEN, Manager, Newport, Or.
New Cliff House foT-S
38 Rooms-all out- y" Best of Meals-Sea
side with inspiring 1 Food a Specially
view of the ocean. '? '9 1 Rates $2.00 and
FREE BUSS Fi El E "P-
Mr. and Mrs. W. D. WHEELER, Proprietors