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About The Dam chronicle. (Cascade Locks, Or.) 1934-1934 | View Entire Issue (May 4, 1934)
"CATERING TO PARTICULAR PEOPLE
Housekeeping apartments completely
furnished with electric refrigeration.
A real place to live. See an for one of these.
Blitz Beer on Draught
Dining Room and Lunch Counter Service
A MERRILL, PROP.
MEALS *"d LUNCHES
WEINHARDS AND ALT
HEIDELBERG ON TAP
TABLES FOR I AI »IKS
Open All Night
MAIL YOUR CHRONICLE TO A FRIEND
IH RO N ÎCLF
HIGH WATER IN RIVER
STEVENSON PEOPLE TO
EARLIEST EVER KNOWN
DEMAND FREE BRIDGE
Now »hr Stevenson jM-nple me «lr- With thr Columbia 25 fret abovr
trrminrd .«<> lift thr tolls from thr normal and »till rising, thr rivrr is
firi<t|/<- i>i »hr <*«1» t>ridtcr* and thr<rw now said to fir thr highest ever
it o|irn to thr [tropic with no probibi- known at this season. The high
Itvr la« A movement ha» ymnrtI water has forted thr government to
lavor to havr I hr government takr aliandon work of clearing rock from
over thr hri<lf(r ami thi» is im «raving thr «fiannrl, above thr bridge, ami
rapidly Ai thr picture now »land» cau«r«l workmen employed on thr
• hr toll ¡» coating workingmen a nice contract to lie laid off. Indications
(at i hunk of thrir »mail pay chn k arr that thr work will not fir resumed
to go to ami from work at thr nrw until latr summer,
dam, thr government is a!*o |»aying Thr early summer frrshet usually
a hugr toll rvrry month anrf this is comes in June This year it is from
increasing; contra« tore arr alrrady a month to six weeks early. The
complaining over toll bill» and thr high water was not anticipated by
touring pulili« ha» alway» brrn rrluc- government engineer«, who relied
upon records over a long period of
lant usrrs of I fir toll brulgr
Thr plan 1 » to ligvr thr govern- years, and they had rxpectrd to have
mmt takr ovrr thr bridge and lift the blasting of rocks well out of the
thr toll». ('ham brrs of commerce am! way before the freshet came on.
all «ommrrcia! iMalirs and public of Coffer «lams in the river at Bonne
ficials all along thr rivrr arr lining ville have r«-a«he«l a heighth where
up for thr plan ami some prnwurr it a|>|iears certain they will hoid back
will lir brongh to l»e»r to have thr thr water ami contractors arr getting
toll* liflril Krprrsrntativrs in lon rra<ly to pump out the lake which
ger»» arr in favor of thr plan ami for has la-en created between the two
thr next thirty day» thrrr will br a «larns in the channel on the Oregon*
concerted drive to secure a free si«lr of Braifford island. The first
coffer dam, put in last autumn by
While the |irop!r are al*>ut it, may the (»rnrral Construction Company,!
* r »uggrst that they also imludr nas lieen entirely covered by the high
thr toll bridge at Hood Rivrr ami water.
make thr old gorge a Irrr artery of
traffic. Removal of thr loll« would PORTLAND MAN OPENS
do n*>ir to advertise thi» part of thr
west than any other item People re
sent this excessive tax. If you want Oscar C. Hyile has been busy this
to «hi your |«art. write your congress week [»lacing stock on the shelves of
the new halierdashery store, which
men Stevenson Piooerr.
he and an as*** iate have o|iened next
U H Clark 1 » working steadily floor to the Cascade Food store in
on tlie building whuh he is erecting Cascade Locks. The stole, to be
f«»r his new cold storage plant and known as the Men’s Shop, ticcupies
before King will lie turning out ice one of the ground floor rooms of the
for the traile in the territory tribu new building built by J. B. Laber.
tary t<* I lie Bonnev ille «lam. He plans “We will cater almost exclusively
to install a 2-ton ice machine. It will to men,' sai«! Mr. Hyde. “ However,
have sufficient cajiacity to take care we are going to carry a line of w«»m-
of all immediate demands and enable e n « silk stockings. Our stock is
him to |irovide homes am) business new ami has l»een selected wi*h a
houses or both of the «ide» ni the view of meeting the demand« of the
Columbia with ail the ice they will people in the Bonneville area."
Mr. Hyde ran a haberdashery
require during the summer season.
«tore for year* at Prineville, near
\ numlier «if fishing Imats were Bend. After disposing of business
placed in the river Monday prejiara- interests there he moved to Portland.
tory to the o;iening «if the rimuneri ial
fishing »cason, which got umler way Quite a numlier of people attended
Tuesday. The canneries at Warren- the P. T. C. meeting last Thurraiay
dale ami Dodson are operating again, evening. The lunch consisted of ice
cream and cake.
handling the catch«.
HOME SITES to LEASE
Residence lots for sale, lease or
trade in Cascade D m kv Sightly
Drain well; plenty of trees.
Hr it Future C anode lJuki tun
m rr had. Next door to Honnr-
Fishing, bathing, boating, moun
tain climbing, horseback, riding
wonderful climate; finest spring
See or Write
A. W. MEYER
Cssi'Am. L ocks . O recon
Locks, Wire Screen
Tubes Tested Free
KEEP YOUR EYE ON
SOLID, STAPLE, CONSERVATIVE GROWTH ASSURED
Modern Conveniences, Electricity, Water. Telephone, Etc.
i i-2-Miles Highway Business Frontage
Over 100 Acres Residence Sites W ith Beautiful View
of the River, the Cascade halls and the Mountains
Reasonable Prices and Terms....Select Your Lot NOW
J. B. LABER,
LOCAL PHONE 151
Portland Office—«21 Failing Bldg. AT 6524