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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. SALEM, OREGON. WEDNESDAY. JULY 26, 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.
WTLL GET YOUR BAGGAGE CHECKS ON THE TRAIN AND
DELIVER YOUR BAGGAGE TO YOUR HOUSE AND CHECK YOUR
. BAGGAGE AT YOUR HOUSE FOB RETURN WRITE OR PHONE
Va PHONES 3702 and 3752, NEWPORT, OR.
LIVERY RIGS AND SADDLE PONIES.
WOOD FOR SALE.
Nye Beach Grocery Co.
B. F. DTJRALL, 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
aide, 2 story, comer Agnes, Coast and Beach Streets.
NYE BEACH, NEWPORT, Oregon
Whitten Camp. Grounds
For Rent, Furnished Cottages One to Seven Rooms. Also Furnished
Tents Prices $2.50 to $9.00 per week. '
M. F. HULL, Proprietor
NYE BEACH, NEWPORT, OREGON
NEWPORT BEACH NATATORIUM
O. & PURDY, Owner and Manager.
WARM SEA WATER PLUNGE AND VARIOUS AMUSEMENTS
WATER GAMES DAILY
Located at Nye Beach, Newport, Oregon.
Yaquina City and
FRESH and SALT FISH. OYSTERS,
CLAMS, CRABS, BUTTER, EGGS,
BUTTERMILK and FRESH
'Phone 3452, opp. The Grand,
OTHER SPORTS GIVE
. (By Lamar Tooze
Newport, Ore., July 26. (Special to
the Capital Journal) The ckautauqua
over, Newport wis settled aown tor the
rest of the season to the joys of the
beach. The week's weather has been
ideal and conducive- to out of door
pastimes. Trolling for salmon has
lured many to the deep sea. Even the
possibility or probability of mal de
mer Has not detained toe many Isaac
Waltons from taking a trip out across
tne bar to the briny blue. Salmon troll
ing is the angler's greatest pastime
A Chinook salmon will put up a fight
that would shame even a Mexican ar
my. They fight until the finish and
in many cases release themselves be
fore they can bo drawn aboard. Sev
eral sea-going boats make regular trips
to tho open sea every day.
The sunshine has stimulated surf
bathing likewise. Newport's beach is
famed all up and down the coast tor
the excellence of its bathing. There
are no strong undertows or currents,
characteristic of most Pacific coast
beaches. The Natatorium at Nye Beach
with warm salt water, offers an oppor
tunity for bathing and swimming to
those who dislike the rigors of the
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Day of Portland,
are located in one of the cottages at
Cherry City for a week s so.iourn.
Hobart Mitchell, who has been pass
ing a vacation at Agate Beach, return
ed during the week to his ' home ' in
Portland. Mr. Mitchell is a son of
McKinley MUchelb, formerly a resi
dent of Salem, and is a sophomore at
Judge and Mrs. B. iF. Rhodes and
children of McMinnville, are located
in one of the cottages at Cozy camp
for a week's vacation. Judge Rhodes
was formerly county judge of Yamhill
A. A. McKay of Albany, is among
tne summer people at this resort, tie
is registered at the Abbey.
J. T. Cookingham of Danville. Illi
nois, is passing a couple of weeks at
the New Llitf House.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Smith of Eu
gene, came last Friday and are occu
pying one of the ssunnyside cottages.
A. , Benson of Portland, was a
Sunday arrival at this resort, He is
staying at the Abbey.
T. A. Livesley of Salem, came Sat
urdav to pass a few days at his Agate
Beach cottage which was recently com
pleted. Miss Ada Ketchum. of Independence,
is among the Marion county people at
Miss Mary Whipple Beck of Corval
hs, is enjoying an outing at Nye
ueocn as a guest or the IHunon.
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Dueker, Mrs. A
II. Labbe and Mrs. O. S. Kauffman. of
Portland, composed an automobile par
ty which arrived at the seashore last
Saturday evening to pass ft. week or
ten days at the Whitten camp greunds.
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Beard of Rose-
burg, are ensvonsed in one of the Sea
Crest summer cottages.
Miss Irene Drack. and Miss C. V
Borma.n of Portland, are among recent
Mrs. Kllcn Sterling of Missoula.
Montana, has returned home after
passing several days at the Damon.
Lessie Cornwcll of Walla Walla,
w asiungton, is sojourning at the Hotel
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Mctzeer and
daughter of Corvallis. arrived last
Thursday for a few days respite.
- Mrs. S. U. .Uiidiey of Weiser, Idaho,
is among the Gem state residents at
Robert Wylie of Corvallis. reached
Aewport several days ago and is reg
istered at the McAlliBter House.
Mr. and Mrs . F. H. Sherwood of
McMinnville, and Mr. and Mrs. U. V
Marshall of Nampa, Idaho, are located
in one or the cottages at Cozy ramp.
Mrs. Mary Bender, Mrs. II. C. Sni
der, son, Leslie, of Portland, and Mrs.
Sevilla Rank of St. Paul, Minn., have
completed a stay at the beach. They
were located in a cottage at Tent City.
The Misses Dorothy Steusloff, Mae
Steuslolt and Jennie Pry, of Salem,
reached Aye .Beach during tho week
and are guests of the Damon.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Carter of Al
bany are located in a cottage at Nye
Beach for a season's stay.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Thurm of Port
land, arrived during the week and are
among tiie cottagers at the Old Play
ground. Mrs. R. A. I'aterson of Clarke, Neb.,
is among the Middle West contingent
at the coaBt, staying at the Bradshaw.
P. L. Brown of Silverton is listed a
moug the week's registrations at the
Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Garland and W.
H. Garland of Salem are domiciled in
one of the rattagos at Cherry City.
Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Carper of Rose
burg, are enjoying the hospitality of
the McAllister House, Nye Beach.
Prof, and Mrs. 1'ercy Adams and
children of Eugene, are in Newport for
the rest or the season. I'rofensor Ad
ams is eonnected with the faculty of
the University of Oregon.
Slualor KliLri.We of . Independence,
who has been passing a vacation at
.Nye Beach as a guest of the McAllis
ter, departed during the week for his
Asahel Bush, Jr., of Salem arrived
in Newport Saturday and stopped at
Mr. and Mrs. Bay Prescott Johnson
of Munsey, Ind., are the guests of Mrs.
R. Li. Russell of Portland, at Uncle
Mrs. I. P. Newel and daughter, Kath
arine, of Portland are established in
a cottage at Sea Crest.
Mr. and Mrs. C. Whiteside of Cor
vallis arrived a few days ago and are
staying at the McAllister House.
Mrs. W. G. Gloyd and Mrs. Margaret
Gates of Portland, ere at Nye Beach
for a few days.
D. N. Anderson and family, of Port
land, were among the recent arrivals
at the McAllister House.
H. H. Pomeroy of Portland, accom
panied the excursion to the beach last
P. P. Proctor and family departed
a few days ago in their automobile for
their home in Grants Pass after pass
ing ten days in a cottage at Sea Crest.
Mrs. Jean Mosby of Corvallis was a
recent arrival at the Parker House.
Mrs. Jean Johnson of Salem is pass
ing a month in one of the Kedfern cot
tages at Nye Beach.
Mrs. W. Kuntz and son of Salem,
iie a few days ago for a sojourn at
Lewis Loomer of York, Nebraska, is
the house guest of Mr. and Mrs. W.
H. uarmin, of the same city
Mark 11. Savage passed through
Newport rocently from seal Rocks on
his wav to Salem. Mr. Ravage s luml
ly will remain at the Rocks until the
close of the season. -
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Adams and
daughter, Adeline, of Cottaire Grove,
are passing four weekB in one' of the
sea Crest cottages.
Mr. and Airs. J. M. KniclK of Port
land, arrived on a Saturday boat and
are sojourning at the New Cliff House
Mrs. K. Lydia Meese and the Misses
Lucile and Beuluh Meese of I'ortlanfl
are encamped at the Hose City camp
J. M. Noland and family of Corval
lis will arrive within the next few days
to pass their usuul two weeks vaca
tion at a cottage next to the Damon
Mrs. W. K. Kuutz and eon of Salem
are enjoying the hospitality of Vae
Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Prettvman of
Albany are enjoying a vacation in
Newport and are at the Parker House.
Mrs. James K. Linn leaves the first
of the week for Portland to be gone
Mrs. x . 1'lancich and Miks Hannah
Plancich of Portland, are located in
one of the itittrtmeuts at the Brad
Mrs. Agnes Rowley, daimhtern. El-
thoir and Dorothy, Mrs. J. W. Jamison.
Mrs. w. A. roster, daughter, Wilms,
of Corvallis, Leo, Hazel and sons, Alois
and Tommy, of Portland, are estab
lished in the Michigan cottage at Nye
Miss Nina MeNarv. Miss Marearet
Stolz and Hicbard Stolz of Salem, ar
rived at the beach Friday and stopped
at the Abbey.
Dr. and Mrs. R. 8. Striker of Port
land, are domiciled in the Green wood
cottage. Nye Beach, until the first of
C. W. Boymeton of Gait. Iowa, is
among the many out of the state peo
ple now in Newport,
Mrs. George Vesko of Salem is the
guest of Mrs. Henry licdfern at Nye
Mrs. J. W. Marksburv of Coitus
Grove is enjoying an outing at Nye
nwro and ib located at Kom ity.
Mrs. Peter Rasuuinsen of Oerinir.
Neb., is the uuest of Mrs. John .Tueirer
of Junction Citv, at Nye Beach,,
Mr. and Mrs. h. D. Goeghagen and
Mrs. George Shaffer of Kuireue have
completed a stay at the beach. Tjey
were located in a cottage at. Sea Crest.
tr. A. Boyington of Salem reached
the beach during tho week and stop
ped at the New Cliff House.
Mrs. Ralph Watson, wife of the for
mer state corporation commissioner.
arrived during the week and is domi
ciled in one of the Estes' Sunset cot
Mrs. Carl I. Shoemaker, wife of
State Game Warden Shoemaker, left
last Thursday for her homo in Rose
burg to pass a few davs. . She will
return shortly with Mr. Shoemaker
and Miss Helen Hamilton. The re
turn trip will bo made by automobile,
tne roads Between Newport ami the
valley, by the grace of Old Sol. now
being in good condition for machines.
Miss Hamilton will be the houBe guest
of Miss Kthel Tooze, of Salem, at the
liarKlcroail ' cottage.
Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Thatcher of Cor-
vallia joined the ranks of summer peo
ple at Nye Beach last Thursday. They
are staying at the Hotel Nicolai.
Miss George Webster and daughter.
Misa Gertrude Webster.- of San Fran
cisco, and Mrs. E. 8. Lamport of Sa
lem have left Newport after passing
a week at the Nicolai. Thev depart
ed on a Saturday boat.
V. H. Huston of Albany arrived a
few days ago for a short vacation at
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Ash a-ul son of
Bloomington, Indiana, arrived the lat
ter part of the week for a sojourn at
the New Cliff House.
T. G. Bligh. a prominent theatre
man of Salem, departed the last of
the week for his homo in the Cherry
ity after passing several days at the
Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Lane of Philo
math are passing a four weeks outing
at the Rose City rampin? grounds. I
J. V. Kolie and F . il. Wheeler of
Albany, are among the latest Hub city
rmiueiiis iw Hrnve ui in Deucn. .
Paul D. Wetzel of Portland is a re
cent arrival. He is registered at the
Mrs. Robert Phillips and family of
independence, and Mrs. 31. L. Phil
lips of Monmouth, are sojourning at
tne jiotei isrnusnaw.
E, U. Johnson of Portland, register
ed at the Abbey recently.
J. D. Rolfe of Albany reached the
beach during the week and will enjoy
an outing here.
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Anderson and
son of Omaha, Neb., are listed among
the recent registrations at the Nicola
Mr. and Mrs. Glenn V. Payne and
Leo Gore, of Hillsboro, arrived Satur
day and will be located iu one of the
Rest Cottages for a two week's stay.
Mr. and Mrs. D. R. McCann of Mc
Minnville are among the arrivals of
the week at the Abbey.
Walter Winalow of balem joined the
excursion to the bench Sunday and
visited his family at the Johnson cot
Mrs. H. R. Otterstrom, daughter,
Glennie and Genevieve, of Portland
and Mrs. Roy Newport of Albany are
established in the Thompson cottage
at Nye Beach for a season's stay.
Mr. and Mrs, Henry vv.tewart and
daughter. Miss Irene Stewart, of Eu
gene are located in the Carter cottage
n the Promised Land tor a mouth's
A. J. Lehmer of Remmerer, Wyo.,
reached the seaside Friday and stopped
at the New Cliff House.
Samuel Fulman of Portland is in
cluded among the guests of the Mc
Allister House, arriving the latter part
of last week.
Mrs. Helen Rice of Creswell arrived
during the week and stopped at the
Mrs. Mary Bayno of Salem, arrived
in Newport Sunday and registered at
Mrs. J. T. Warman, daughter, Miss
Myrtle Wartnan, and Miss Frances
Emerick, of Philomath are occupying
one of the tent houses at Rose City.
Miss Roma Hunter of Salem, is lo
afa.l in nne tit thA Kod lcnrn pnt til trp
Newport and Nye Beach.
All up to date Cottages nicely fur
nished. Bedding extra $1.00 per week.
Two blocks from beach. Screen doors
Mrs. Harry Redfern
For Sale or Rent
2 Story seaside resort, Nye Beach,
20 furnished- rooms, all outside; one
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 CITT PRICES
Sea Foods a Specialty.
Next to Grand Theatre.
WHEN YOU GET TO NEWPORT
The Del Llanico
BIGHT AWAT FOR SEA FOODS.
WE SPECIALIZE IN FISH AND EEA
NpW Cliff HnilCtO Four Stories of Solid Com
IWYVVJIII MUUe fort-Modern and Homelike
38 Rooms-all out- X Bst of Meals-Sea
side with inspiring JjjjUL Food a Specially
view of the ocean, j) l 1EI Rates $2.00 and
FREE BUSS J F Fl R , up.
Mr. and Mrs. W. D. WHEELER, Proprietors
for an indefinite stny.
Mrs. M. Savage of Portland register
ed at the Abbey Saturday.
Walter U Tooze, Jr., of Dallas, ac
companied by his wife and little son,
Walter L. Tooze, 111, will arrive with
in a few days to open his cottage at
Nye Beach for a mouth.
Mrs. John Jaeger of Junction City,
is passing a few days at this watering
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Elliott and eon
of Independence, are passing two
weeks at Nye Beach.
George Sale aud family of La
Grande aro Eastern Oregon people at
Nye Beach. They are located at Tent
. Air. and Mrs. W. IF. Dunkley of
Portland, arrived at the Abbey last
Friday for a short visit.'
A. L. Gore of Cresswell was a Fri
day arrival on the steamer Newport.
Mr. and Mrs. F. I. Kinney of Corval
lis, arrived during the week and are
staving at tho Abliev.
Mrs. Patrick T. Byrne of Spokano,
and daughter, Miss Bath Byrne, are oc
cupying a cottage at Sea Crest until
the end of the summer. M,rs. Bvrne
is the wife of the late Mayor Byrne
Mr. and Mrs. G. 8. ButJ.r of Ash
land, arrived last Thursday for an out
ing or several days duration.
P. A. Younsr of Allmnv drove ovor
from the Hub city Saturday to pass
me wre enu wita nis wire and daugh
ter, MiB Isabel Young, at. Sea Crest.
With Mr. Young came the Miases Ger
tie and Laura Taylor of Albany, and
Robert MeMurrnv of Portland, a stu
dent at the University of Oregon and
son or tvuiiam -luc.Murrav, general pas
senger agent of the O. R & N. R H
Mr. and Mrs. D. Turner have return
ed to their home in Pendleton after
passing several days in one of the Suu
nyside cottages at Nye Beocj.
Mr. and Mrs. John'Kobinson of Kim.
kane, are soinmerintr at the Dimn
Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Thompson and
R. R. Thompson, of Carlton, are regis-
lereo at me Auoev.
Mrs. R. Lvdia Reese and daughters.
... a . . .. ' . . . '
i L,ucuo and lieuinh, of Portland, are lo
ft .-a. ... . .. '
, teu in oue or tne tout nouses at Rose
J. R. Small and daughter, Thelma,
of Portland, are established in tiie
Kern cottage for a summer a stay.
Mr. and Mrs. ,T. C. Overton of Port
land arrived Fndav. and are located
in one of the cottasres at Cherry City
ior a montn s stay.
. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Chcffings, of Sa
lem, reachod the beach Friday and
win enjoy a vacation here as residents
of Tent City.
J. F, Hughes of Salem, joined the
Marion county contingent at the sea
side Saturday, stopping at the Abbey.
The Misses Ethel and Blanche jitc-
donald of Snlem, arrived during the
ween and registered at the Coelaiid.
Mrs;' if. S. Tuthill aud daughter,
Miss Ruth Tuthill, of I'ortland, are
among Saturday's arrivals at the Ni
Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Trunk of Salem,
have completed a brief sojourn at Rose
City, returning homo Monday.
Mr. ami Mrs. J. R. Cooper of Inde
pendence, departed for tiieir Polk
county home after a vacation at the
beach as guests of the Damon.
Mr. and Mrs. II. G. Everett ami
daughter, Eleanor, of Lebanon, arc
among the week's arrivals at the Kel
ly. N. J. Robertson, of Portland, is list
ed among the recent arrivals at the
McDonald, Nye Beach.
Miss Alice Amesbury, of Portland,
is enjoying the hospitality of the Da
mon ut the bench.
Mrs. C. S. Cooper, of Dallas, MiHS
Marion Cooper, of Council Bluffs, Jo
wn, Miss Ilertlia Seeor, of Cedar Kails,
Iowa, ami Misa Marie I'lummer of
Huntington, Ind., arrived at Nye Bench
Saturday and lire located in one of
the cottages lit Hunnyside.
C. L. Will of Canity, renciied the
beach Suturday and registered at the
Mrs. O. M. Miller and son, Dale, and
Miss Hazel Mirhinwe, of llalsey, are
locnted at the Rose City camp grounds
for a few weeks sojourn.
Mr. and Mrs. C. h. Freeman, of Port
land, arrived during the week for a
brief sojourn at the Abbey.
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Wright, of Rose
burg, are enjoying a two weeks outing
in one of the Sea Crest cottages.
Mrs. Ida M, itithcock aud daughter.
Grace, of Salem, are enai-onscd in a
Cherry City cottage.
(Continued on Page Eight.)
CHERRY CITY COTTAGES
Nye Beach, Newport, Oregon,
Two Booms Furnished
Fine View, Near the Beach, Near Uia
' GEORGE O. SAVAGE,
, Box i23, Newport, Ore.
New Modern Cottages
' - Unexcelled View
, , Right On The Beach
. J. W. LARSEN, Box 128,
- Newport, Oregon -2,
3 and i Room Cottages
6 rooms midway between New
port and Nye Beach. Also fur
nishad housekeeping rooms
near to beach. Inquire of
Mrs. B. ' L. Russell at Beach
St, 5 and 10 coat store.
NICE FURNISHED BOOMS,
Spleiiid View, sAll Outside Boom
Front Street, one clock south front
Boat Landing, opposite South Beach
2 ROOM COTTAGES AND
NTE BEACH, NEWPORT,
Near the Beach
JOHN H. ADAMS, Box 464, Newport
A. L. THOMAS
AGATES CUT AND MOUNTED
Art Pictures of Oregon Coast Scenery.
Photo Supplies, Developing and Print
ing; Picture Framing, Shells, Souvenir
Tostuls, Watch Repairing.
O. 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.