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About The Dam chronicle. (Cascade Locks, Or.) 1934-1934 | View Entire Issue (May 11, 1934)
E. H. B E R G E R . M. D.
Office in Ocki Fellows Building,
above Cascade Drug Co.
Wr-thMsday»—IO i. m. lo 5 p. *n.
Saturday*—10 a. m to 5 p m
SutnU\>— 0 a
m to 12 N ihjh
Why Try Burning
When U Can get
UTAH KING COAL
W. H. CLARK
CASCADE LOCKS, OREGON
Jordan’s Barber Shop
W. L. J ordan , P rop .
Extensile Beauty Parlor Work
in Xcic York and Other Cities.
Next door to Texaco Service
Station, C ascade L ocks , O re
c h r o n ic l e
Lively interest is l»eing manifested
S W Meyer I» devoting more and
Daniel \ London, prominent stin t
about town in the hearing whiih the more attention to hit pfofterty inter
grower of I’rinrville. Oregon. sto|>ped
I»ubili service commission p r o | t o rsts in ( aacadr l ink* and n n»»*
oxer for an hour when fussing
bold on (Miwrr and light tales in sfiriidiiig prati!« ally all of hit lime
through Cascade lawks the other day
Hereafter The Chronicle will run l
May 25 . - 11 «. hearing In town II I» reported that he I» ptr
to visit his friend, Al Barber of the
Roosevelt lunch and fur.
a class! I ted
wilt \* held in the (hid Fellows hall luring to errs! sevrial «ottagrs Im
rate is one cent a word, t ount eaih i
initial a ' * wwd- H n»»t convenient «»«I anyone who wishes may attrinl tentai pur|wwe*
• Jim ’ Merrill s party Wednesday
night, celebrating the opening of his to bung your ads to the office, mail
new enlarged dining room at his res them in.
taurant, attracted a large crowd
Quite a delegation came from North FOR SALK Jersey cow; 3 years
TA B ! I S FOR I M »11 S
old. gives 4 gallons of milk «laity.
HonnevGille. People were there from
Stevenson, Bonneville and far up and
ln«|uire of John tulgham.
down the highway. Everyone had a
t»ood time and everyone was orderly.
It was really the second opening, for Ft»R SALK—Quart fruit Jars, lull
price. Mrs. Val lomkins, (iove-
on last Friday night a considerable
(«rounds. Cascade Locks
crowd pouded into the restaurant in
response to a report that a party w . ls
FOR R E N T (hie room cottage
with plumbing at
The We-Ask-l'-Inn took space in
S. E. Bvliee. Sellwootl 602*4,
eThChronicle last week for the pur-
jiose of advvising the public that
they were serving a Sunday chicken
dinner. The resfxmsc was so satisfac FOR R E N T Furnished cabin lias
lights atwl water. Tooth Rock
tory that they will continue to sene
Camp Grounds, Cascade Locks.
this delectable dinner every Sunday
J A M E R R IL L . PROP.
Quite a number of Bonneville people
visited the inn.
cabin, water furnished Intjuirr at
Foe Farm. «nn**site Re»! A White
Honored on B irth d a y
A delightful afternoon was spent
at the home of Mrs. E. Granstrom LOST White purse a t Craigmont
WEINHARDS AND ALT
by several of her friends in honor
Saturday night. Finder please re
of her birthday. Her home was very
HEIDELBERG ON TAP
turn to the Chronicle office
beautifully decorated with roses and
Contains i«ieniii,t:ati«>n cards.
a delicious lunch was served.
Open All Sighl
MEALS *"d LUNCHES
Quite a crowd was attraete«! to the
I)am Inn Monday night when ex
employes of the restaurant began
picketing it. The trouble arose over
wages, said to have been owing when
the place was under the management
of Frank Bennett. The picketing con
tinue«! until deputies arrived from the
sheriff's office in Hood River.
Cascade food Store
IT PAYS TO PAY CASH
Where Your Dollar Know* Full Value
JELL POWDER, Preferred Stock, pkg ..............
TOMATOES, Solid Pack, 2\i,, e a ch ................
SUNBRITE CLEANSER, 6 f o r ...........................
WHITE KING Washing Powder, Ige pkg
COOKIES, Cello pkg., 12-oz ................................. 15c
SLICED PINEAPPLE, 2M.. c a n s ........................... 17c
MILK, any brand, 4 for .........................................
SUGAR, 10 pounds f o r .........................................
DATES, Cello pkg ....................................................
COFFEE, Shillings, lb. c a n ...................................
GREEN ONIONS, 2 bunch.
CRACKERS, 3-lb. caddy .....................................
OATS, Triangle Brand, Nice Premiums, pkg .....
P R IN T IN G !
We are equipped to handle your print
ing needs and can turn out your work
on short notice. If you require menus,
letter heads, cards, statements, bill
heads or envelopes drop into the office
or flag us down as wfe barge along the
street. It does not make any difference
where we may be going, you will find
we are never in too big a hurry to stop
and talk printing.
FOR RFN I" 3 room Cottage c..m
plrtf-k furni«he«l. has garage Rent
$25 |>er month Inquire I'rnn % lacero
Dr. Frol Folsom, ( a .v « lr b » k «
dentist, is rapidly building up a m«e
practice. Hr has installed njuipment
for making platrs and no longer finds
it necessary to semi any of his work
out of town. 1 ‘atumts are finding
their way U> his office from North
Bonneville, Stevenson anti «»(her
towns on the W ashington side of ihr
river. He must be satisfying his |«a-
tirnts. because his practice is growing
Mrs. (»us Strom, who came to
Cascade Locks three months ago to
fie with her husband who is rmpio>rd
on the Union Pacific bridge crew, has
gone to Bellingham. Wash., to visit
R. E. Andrews is steadily increas
ing his stock to meet «lemaiwLs made
upon him. If he continues to et|vnd
at the present rate the time is not far
distant when he will tir holding a
grand opening for a department store
He is now earning groceries, hard
ware, fishing supplies, plumbing sup
plies and is prefiaring to put in a
stuck of shoes The store has enjoyrsl
an excellent trade since work got
under way in earnest at the «lam.
Erick Erickson has liern talking for
several days of putting on a jwrty
for Saturday night, hut there was
nothing definite on the subject as we
go to press. The |*oplr of the Bonne
ville dam area have indicated «juilr
clearly that they enjoy the social c«»n-
tacts that are made at the parties in
.Cascade Locks, all o (which have
been orderly and well managed We
only mention this to a|iprise those
seeking fun and amusement Saturday
night that the Rapids Inn may be
having a party—and again it may
‘‘SURE’*— We could give you SOMBODY’S Peas
at 9c per can - What passes for mustard for 9c a pt.
or beans and rice that cook inao the nicest mush at
a cheap price. HUT we are not going to. We’re going
to go on believing that you are buying and eating
food not pennies.
’’REMEMBER THE CHILDREN”
Some of Our Grocery Specials
FRIDAY and SATURDAY. MAY 18 and 99
GRAHAMS 2 pound bo*
ALBER S INSTANT TAPIOCA. 1 lb.
SWANSDOWN CAKE FLOUR
SPERRY’S WHEAT HEARTS
PILLSBURY’S 100% BRAN
BAKERS PREMIUM CHOCOLATE ' . lb
GOLDEN WEST COFFEE, gla*.- jar, 11b.
GELATINE DESSERTS, all kind*
KNIGHT S TOMATO COCKTAIL JUICE
SUNSET FANCY SPINACH, l a w can, 2 for
IVORY SOAP, 5 bars for
WHITE KINK Granulated Soap, larifc pkg.
PEL-LA-CO SHRIMP, per can
FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES GALORE
Daily Free Delivery
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If you have anything to sell or
tra«le; want to rent a house or have
a house for rent want to buy or sell
real estate; or desire to obtain
roomers, we suggest you use the want
ads in the classified columns of The
Chronicle lieing inaugurated this week
to take care of small advertisements
common to all newspapers. The rate
is only one cent a word. Initials, by
the way, count as a word. The
( hronicle office » across the stri-et
from the meat market. If not con
venient to visit the office, mail in
your want ads.
Workmen have l»een doing consid
erable labor in that portion of the
state park which overlooks Bonne
ville dam. just north of the Hill
home. Visitors to the «lam are com
ment ing to find their way to the
park in greater numbers, and un
doubtedly many local people will
take to visiting it more often when
they come to understand that it of
fers a complete picture of the work
which is going on at Bonneville.
One-half Mile West of Bonneville
ICE CREAM — CANDY — CIGARETTES
B L I T Z
WINEHARD AND HOP GOLD
BEER ON DRAUGH
Sit and Sip by C ur Open Firepl ace