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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM. OREGON. WEDNESDAY, AUG. 16, 1916.
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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.
It H. CROWDIS
NEWPORT TRANSFER CO.
WILL GET YOUR BAGGAGE CHECKS ON THE TRAIN AND
DELIVER YOUB. BAGGAGE TO YOUB HOUSE AND CHECK YOUB
BAGGAGE AT YOUB HOUSE FOB BETUBN WRITE OB PHONE
US. PHONES 3702 and 3752, NEWPORT, OR.
LIVERY BIGS AND SADDLE PONIES.
WOOD FOB SALE.
Nye 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 Bent, Famished Cottages One to Seven Booms. Also Furnished
Tents Prices $2.50 to $9.00 per week.
M. F. HULL, Proprietor
NYE BEACH, NEWPORT, OBEGON
NEWPORT BEACH NATATORIUM
O. & PUBDY, Owner and Manager.
WABM SEA WATER PLUNGE AND VARIOUS AMUSEMENTS
WATEB GAMES DAILY
Located at Nye Beach, Newport, Oregon.
Yaquina City and
FBESH and SALT FISH, OYSTERS,
CLAMS, CRABS, BUTTER, EGGS,
BUTTERMILK and FRESH
'Phone 3452, opp. The Grand,
Newport, Oregon. j
SILETZ T0.VIE WITH
By Lamar Tooze
Newport, Oregon, Aug. 16. (Special
to the Capital Journal) Mid-August
and sunshine have accelerated the traf
fic to Newport. The past week has
seen the greatest addition of the sea
son to the resort's population.
It is a gay crowd that inhabits this
erstwhile village now. Human inge
nuity has been strtched a point to
find new and novel forms of amuse
ments. And Newport's well known va
riety of natural attractions have made
the task an easy one.' Whether its an
early morning hike "around the
point" or a dip in the surf, the means
are always at hand and available. Next
week, the Silotz Indians will vie with
this resort for the favor of plasure
seekers. a three day Indian fair will
be held on tho reservation, fifteen
miles from Newport. Should taa pres
ent good weather continue, the auto
mobile traffic Siletzward will be con
siderable. The trip itself is a beautiful
one, abounding in some of the finest
mountain scenery anywhere.
The D. A. Whites of Salem who have
been spending a vacation at Nye creek
as residents of one of the Payne cot
tages, completed their stay during tho
i Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Ling of Salem are
established in one of the tent houses
at tent citv for an indefinite stav.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Jones and chil
dren of Vale are included among the
recent registrations at the Carter.
Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Knight of EU'
gene reached the beach Friday and are
en loving a vacation at .ye Beaen.
Mr. and Mrs. James A. Austin of
Woodburn, who have been located in
one of the cottages at Whitten 's camp
ground for the past three weeks, re
turned Friday to their Marion county
Mrs. R. W. Montgomery and daugh
ter, Dorothy, of McMinnville are dom
iciled in the Fell cottage, Nye Beach,
for an indefinite sojourn.
Mr. and Mis. E. E. Saraklens of Sa
lem are listed among Saturday s regis
trations at the New Cliff House.
Mrs. James McClelland and daugh
ter. Miss Katherine McClelland, of Sa
lem are .encottaged at Nye Beach for
the rest of the summer.
Mr. end Mrs. A. W. Haven and
daughters. Dorothy and Ruth, of Port
land are located in one of the tent
houses at tent city for a two weeks'
Miss Edith Lndden of Salem return
ed to her home Thursday alter a visit
with her mother at the beach.
Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Fry of Salejn are
established in one of tho cottages at
Cherrv citv for a week's outing.
Mrs. Pearl Robinson of Corvallls and
Mrs. R. M. Robinson of Salem are ea
joying the hospitality of the Freesikn
Mrs. Paul Sroat and! daughter, Eliz
abeth, of Walla Walla are the guests
or .Mrs. KRlpb uatson or rortiona, ior
merly of Salem, at Pine Lodge. '
Mr. and Mrs. C. Henr.0 and daugh
ter, Bernice, Mrs. E. Baylor and daugh
ter. Ruth. Charles H. Niinan and A. A.
Tompkins of Portlnnd have completed
a stay at Nye Bench as residents ol one
of the Old Playground cottages. The
trin was made by automobile.
Mrs. R. L. Russell and daughter left
the latter part of the week for their
home in Portland after passing a
month at the "Jus-Fo-To" cottage at
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Pagenkoff of
Monmoutn are domiciled in Rest cet-
taae No. 8 for a week or so.
Carl Fentoa, Laird Woods and W. E.
Houck of Dallas departed the first of
the week by automobile for their homes
in the Polk county capital alter en
joying a week's respite at the ocean
Mrs. F. G. Myers and daughter have
returned to Salem after passing several
days at the seasnore.
B. W. Bates and family of Roseburg
have returned home after an enjoyable
outincr at Nve Beach.
Mrs. Frank Shafer and Mrs. John
Craig of Salem are cottaged at Cherry
city for few days.
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Howell of Mc
Minnville are occupying a tent house
at Cozy camp.
Thomas H. Williams of Portland is
sojourning at Nye Beaca as a guest of
the New Cuff House.
L. M. Palmer and family of Albany
are located at Tent city for ten days
or two weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. T. Cameron of Couer
d'Alcae. Idaho, are among the consid
erable number of Gem staters at this
Miss Violet Graham of Roseburg is
passing several weeks at Kohlhagen
Harry Pinkerton of Corvallis arrived
at Nye Beach during the week, regis
tering at the New Cliff House.
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Cunningham and
daughter, Bessie, of Woodburn arrived
the last of the week for a short stay at
the hotel Bradshaw.
Miss Clara Wyse ot Harrisburg is
enjoying an outing at this beach as a
guest of the Grand.
Dr. and Mrs. H. V. Adix of Estacada
are sojourning at the New Cliff House
at Nye Beach.
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Harter of Salem
are domiciled in one of the Rest cot
tages. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Payne have re
turned to their home in Hillsboro af
ter passing a delightful outing at Nye
Beach as guests of Mr. Payne's par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Payne.
Miss Nina McNary of Salem arrived
a few days ago for a short sojourn.
The Misses Althea Esch, Florence
Esch and Charity Wilson of Salem are
at Nye Beach uutil the end of the
Mr. and Mrs. N. G. Terry and daugh
ter, Lavilla, ot" Salem are established
at Tent city for a fortnight.
Mrs. Harry C. Moore and her sister,
Miss Erma Rice, of Portland after
spending two weeks at "Ashland
Lodge," left the first of the week for
their homes in the Rose City.
Mrs. Walter T. Stolz of Salem arriv
ed a few days ago for a short stay at
Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey S. Blowers and
children of Portland are domiciled in
one of the Rest cottages.
Mrs. V. M. Peunell of the department
of modern art in the state university,
is at Agate Beach Inn for her sum
Mrs. E. B. Millard and daughters,
Lola, Neva and Margarita, of Salem
are established in a cottage at the Old
Mrs. Minnie Phillips of Dallas is
among the guests of the Parker house
on tYont street.
Miss Barbara Boiler and Miss Kath
arine Brenner of Eugene are encottag
ed at iNye Beacb.
F. W. Steelhammer of Silverton join
ed the Marion county contingent at
Nye Beach during the week.
Mrs. E. E. Crandall and daughter of
Eugene are ensconsed in a tent house
at Cozy camp.
Mrs. Frank M. Power and daughter,
Florence, and son, Kenneth, of Salem
are sojourning at the Dnmon house.
W.- F. Elliott of Independence has
joined his family at Nye Beach and
will remain with them, for a few days.
Mrs. Sam Laughlin and daughter,
Miss Ruby Laughlin, and Miss Bess
Shepherd of Yamhill are at the hotel
C. D. Christlanson and family iave
roturned to their home in Portland af
ter passing several days at the Whit
ten camp grounds.
Glen Taylor of Roseburg is a sum
mer vacationist at Nye Beach. He is a
guest of the Freeman house.
Vernon M. Elwell of Salem is pass
ing his summer outing at the McAlis
Mibb Ida Rosebrough of Salem is
listed among the guests of the Free
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Beck of Eugene
reached the beach during the week and
stopped at the New Cliff House.
Mrs. R. II. Grover and Mrs. H. L.
Toney and daughters of McMinnville
are established in the James cottage
Nye Beach, for a couple of weeks. Dr.
Toney will join his family later.
Wilbur Ross of Salem is included
among the week's arrivals at the Mc
blister. Mr. and Mrs. F. T. Angell and daugh
ter, Evelyn, Miss Zell Crowley and Mrs.
N. Peterson of Portland arrived during
the week by automobile and are estab
lished in the lie-Away cottage, Nye
Beach, jr two weeks. Mr. Angell re
ports the roads to be in good condition
Miss Hallie Gibson and mother of Sa
lem, who have been enjoying a rest
at Nye Beach as residents of Cherry
city, left the middle of last week for
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Stearns and son
of Yonealla are listed among the guest
of the McAllister.
Mrs. M. DeMotta of Salem is among
the pleasure seekers nt Nye Beach,
staying at the Damon.
Mr. and Mrs. Roland Agee of Rose
burg are domiciled in one of the Free
man cottages for two weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Sibley of Dal
las are among the week 's arrivals at
the beach. Mr. Sibley is district at
torney of Polk county.
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Ray of Portlnnd
reached Newport during the week after
a hike all the way from Oregon's me
tropolis. They are located is one of
the cottages at Whitten 's.
Mrs. M. Watson of Bellefountain is
enjoying the beautiful weather of this
resort as a guest of tne McAllister.
Mrs. Jean Johnson and daughters,
Thelma, Margaret and Ruth, of Salem
have completed a stay at the beach.
They were located in one of the Bod
Dr. and Mrs. W. D. McMillan and
daughter of La Grande are among the
gueBts of the New Cliff House.
Mrs. W. 8. Gillenwater and children
and Miss Anna Gilbert of Hillsboro
are located in one of the cottages at
Rose City for a brief sojourn. .
The Misses H or tense Nadon and Em
ma Hersch of Salem are located at Tent
Mr. and Mrs. George Bronson of Pal
las arrived during, the week by auto
mobile. Mrs. O. H. Foster and Mrs. F. J.
Anderson of Eugene reached the sea
side this last week and stopped at the
Troop Two, Dallas Boy Scouts, left
Newport Monday on thir way home
via the Siletz Basin. The trip was
made on foot.
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Gleason and chil
dren of Salem left Saturday for their
home after a sojourn at the beach as
residents of Rose City.
Carl Hoffman of Hubbard joined the
summer erowd at Nye Beach the lat
ter part of the week.
W. A. WHUrick and family left Sat
urday for their home in Portland after
passing two weeks at "Dad's Cabin."
Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Cunningham and
son of Kansas City, Mo., are among
the many people from other states now
sojourning at this watering ;laee.
Mr. and Mrs. P. if. Wigginton and
daughter, Ellabelle, a ad Miss Helen
Grey of Portland are established in a
cottage at Cherry city for ten clays.
Ray Boydston of Dallas arrived in
Newport on a Saturday boat to pass
his summer vacation.
Mrs. F. H. Richmond and son of
Wife Cured by Lydia E.
Dea Moines, Iowa." Four years ago
I was very sick and my life waa nearly
spent The doctors
stated that I would
never get well with
out frn operation
and that without it
I would not live one
year. My husband
objected to any
operation and got
me some of Lydia E.
ble Compound. I took
it and commenced
to get better and am now well, am
stout and able to do my own housework.
I can recommend the Vegetable Com
pound to any woman who is aick and
run down as a wonderful strength and
health restorer. My husband says I
would have been in my grave ere this
if it had not been for your Vegetable
Compound." Mrs. Blanche Jeffer
son, 703 Lyon St, Des Moines, Iowa.
Before submitting to a surgical opera
tion it is wise to try to build up the
female system and cure its derange
ments with Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege
table Compound; it has saved many
women from surgical operations.
Write to the Lydia JE. Pinkham
Medicine Co., Lynn, Mass., for
advice it will be confidential.
"THE PLACE OF GOOD EATS"
FRONT 8T. KEWPORT
The Silver Grill
Front Street Newport, Ore.
HOME COOKING CITY PRICES
Sea Foods a Specialty.
Next to Grand Theatre.
Newport and Nye Beach.
All op 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
Mam CWff Hswid Pour Stories of Solid Com
WliW VJITI I IOUM! fort-Modern and Homelike
38 Rooms-all out- " Best of Meals-Sea
side with inspiring Food a Specially
view of the ocean. A E( 9 j Rates $2.00 and
FREE BUSS l B B 1 j- UP-
Mr. and Mrs. W. D. WHEELER, Proprietors
Walla Walla, Washington, are located
at the New Cliff House, Nys Beach,
while passing their outing.
Dr. James Henry Gilbert, professor
of economics in tne state university,
and family are domiciled in a Nve
Beach summer home until after the
first of the month.
Mrs. W. ('. Elmore and sons, DeLon
ami Everett, and Miss Golda Goodman
of Brownsville are es-.abKshed in one
of the Sea Crest cottages.
Carl Huttenberg of Salem is enjoy
ing an outing at Nye Beach as a guest
of the Dnmou.
A. J. Richards of Salem is listed
among the week 's registrations at the
F. W. Drake of Salem joined the
Marion county contingent here during
the week and stopped at Cherry city.
Mr. and Airs. A. J. Basey of Salem
have opened their tent house, Nye
Beach, for the rest of tho summer.
Mr. and Mrs. D. A. White of Salcra
are among the week's registrations at
Mrs. R. h. Blanchard, Mr. and Mrs.
T. B. Hayhurst and children, Geneva
mid Blanchard, and Miss Naideen
Blanchard of Oregou City are estab
lished in a tent house at Tent city.
The tent has been christened Camp
A. Mc.Kinney of Woodburn arrived
during the week and registered at the
Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Harris of Shedd
are listed among the week's arrivals
at the Kelly.
Mr. and Mrs. P. IT. Andresen and
sons, Clarence and Charles, of Salem
are among the residents of Tent city.
WILSON LANDSLIDE IS
PORTLAND MAN'S HUNCH
Washington, Aug 16. The White
house has consented to the publica
tion of a letter from Norman 8. Rich
ards, an attorney of Portland, who was
a delegate from Washington state to
tne republican national convention in
1912, in which he comes out strongly
for Wilson and predicts a Wilson land
slide on the Pacific coast.
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CARELESS USE OF
SOAP SPOILS THE HAIR
Soap should be used very carefully, if
you want to keep your hair-looking its
best. Most soaps and prepared sham
poos contain too much alkali. This
dries the scalp, makes tho hair brittle,
and ruins it.
The best thing for steady use is just
ordinary mulsificd eocoanut oil (which
is pure and greascless), and is better
than the most expensive soap or any
thing else yon can use.
One or two teaspoonfuls will cleanse
the hair and scalp thoroughly. Simply
moisten the huir with water and rub it
in. It makes an iilnimlunce of rich,
creamy lather, which rinses out easily,
removing every particle of dust, dirt,
dandruff and excessive oil. The hair
dries quickly and evenly, and it leaves
the scalp loft, ami the hair fine and
silky, bright, lustrous, fluffy and easy
You can get mulsificd eocoanut oil at
any pharmacy, it's very cheap, and a
few ounces will supply every member of
the family for months.
CATHOLICS HAVE PICNIC
Woodburn, Or., Aug. 111. The annual
outing given by members of St. Luke's
cathode church wus held here Sunday
at the City park. After the picnic
dinner, a musical program wns rendered
followed by an address by Judge Wil
liam fialloway, of Salem, in t'.ic
crowd were many from Portlnnd, Sub
limity, Sulem, Donald, .Mount Angel
and St. Paul.
Try Pineapple Juice
for Stomach Trouble
Pineapple juice is now scientifically
recognized as having great medicinal
value and when properly combined
with pepsin and other ingredients the
mixture is one of the finest things you
can use for stomach trouble.
Let us tell you about the remark
able results that are being obtained
through the use of NATOL PINEAP
PLE PEPSIN COMPOUND, which we
sell at 50c and $1.00 per bottle with
a positive guarantee of benefit or
money back, J. C. Perry Drug Co.
CHERRY CITY COTTAGES
Nye Beach, Newport, Oregon,
Two Rooms Furnished
Fine View, Near the Beach, Near the
GEORGE O. SAVAGE,
Box 423, Newport, Ore.
NICE FURNISHED BOOMS,
Splendid View, sAll Outside Boom
Front Street, one Mock south from
Boat Landing, opposite. South Beach
2 BOOM COTTAGES AND FUR
NYE 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
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 Modern Cottages 5
Right On The Beach
J. W. LARSEN, Box 125, Hi
Newport, Oregon :k
2, 3 and 4 Room Cottages
0 rooms midway between New-
port and Nye Beach. Also fur-
nishod housekeeping rooms
near to beach. Inquire of :
Mrs. B. L. Russell at Beach
St., 5 and 10 cent store.