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About The Dam chronicle. (Cascade Locks, Or.) 1934-1934 | View Entire Issue (June 8, 1934)
T H K DAM l'H K O N IC I K
You Can Eat, Drink
And Br Merry at the
73 Years In Cascade Locks
H\ JACK MtCK \K\
KAM D AILY M.K\ It K ||g
When the IlihLsons Hay company after T*w. Moffett who ran *
ruled Orison all travel front the Jor yean at Cas*a«le on the Uadt*
country east of the mountains into inittnn side of the roer.
ERICK ERICKSOS. I'roprieior
the Willamette \ allev O m n Ì down
i Ml of what io ih
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the Columhia river. When the first l |<t«-r Cascade», and *hat we m>w
American emigrant* came out in known as t avade links, weie se*
1S4J they followed an Indian trail rial families l he \lwell fami)) hsril
that lisi across the s)w>ulder of Mount at I >i * i reek Mowtfl Mwaii. • toa»
Hood, but the hulk of the settlers is still living He has nude his home
floated down the riser In the early m Stevenson lor years Mrs Mi
n>s the Bradfords. the Chenowrlhs lirule, of die Dam Ntr l.umh, at
You will enjoy our food and our sen ice. A nice
and others came up the n\er ami lo- ! igle » rrrk. is his daughter
place for the ladies to eat.
\ family In the name of Vilens
rated around the Lower l'aacadr-
V settlement grrw up down there on lived where I’enn » lavent now »tamis
the Washington side, and it wasn't Henry Huntphrrv Io n i on the iteci
., m ^ before \n.«t.< in families begMi place and BUI Burmin lived down
to take up donation claims
al«out where the airport stand* iom
As a Iwy I knew, and even today I htrosell. a haehelor, was living at
Barber Shop in Connection
I recollect, every family that lived Wyeth, and Mill Haines livnt jutf a
alón« the river from the bottom of l * " r Mitchell I «»*nt
i he grade below \i>ta H oum to l h.
I» »ke r.uiv 60s ll«wd Hiver was
Dalles, ami from Vancouver to White * ‘ l!nl D 'g rivn It took its name
from an in« idem that oc«ure«| during
the migration of settlers into the \V ill
One of the Iwst known of the early
.»mette valle) over the < »rrgon I rail
settler* was Joe lutourell, for whom
Suite emigrant* ran out «>1 food while
Frenc h Canadian, who ran a sail boat
rani|ird on the rivet ami were f«»rce«l
on the river. He hauled wood, brought
to kill and eat «L'g».
up goods and did all manner of odd
t here was no town «if Hood Rivet,
ami only two families lived in the
Hi Levens lived down where War
district t aptain Cole ha«l a pla*e on
rer.dale now siaiuLs He was a doctor
the west side of the stream ami lieorg
and a good one, loo, but spent his
llaokus lived on the east sole East
time ranching Lorn Pierce. h>r whom
of Ho««i Rivet thret were no mote
New Fast Auto Truck Service between Portland and
Pierce creek is named, lived down in
families until you tea« he«! Mi wie»
Cascade Locks, Bonneville and Bridal Veil.
that section He was a bachelor, a*
which is name«I f.<r the M eiers who
was John Ianner. who lived at Bon*
neville It was from him that Tanner lived at that |*>inl.
None of the settlers livrd along lire
creek gets its name. Joe Hailey, an
ha«l much money, hut neither
)other bachelor, lived at Eagle creek,
We are now operating two trucks each way daily out
•¡ul anyone go hungrv Everybody
of Portland into the Bonneville Dam district. It is
talion com;any that owned the little raise«! rm.ugh to eat am! work was
our desire to give prompt personal service.
lilmtiful Wage» wrrr l«rw in mm
narrtiw gauge railroad.
Tom Hill live«! at Ruckle rrrek |urvmn with w!ut they have firm in
He worked in the wood* for one of m m l year*, hut the money wmt
t he lumber companies Ruckle «ret k further. My father raised enough
DAILY SC H E D I LE
gets its name from Ruckle, of Brad grain to nukr flour amt in the fall
L ea ce Portland—
Ar. C ascade L ocks—
ford A Ruckle. Hradfortl island takes we would take it down the river to
10:00 A. M.
1:30 P. If.
Its name from the other member of a mill that »tiHul down around Wash-
6:00 P. M.
9 :3 0 P. M.
the firm. Moffett »rrrk was narnr<l ougal We would leave the gram to
lie ground, row k to m the river to the
Leave Cascade Locks-
Oregon v«!e ami walk Into Portland,
2:30 P. M.
4 :3 0 P. M.
wherr father wouhl buy clothing and
10:00 P. M.
DAY and NIGHT
other *ii|>f>lies for mother and u*
T O W I N G
Portland Office— Ninth Avenue and Irving Street
Iherr wav a daily *tearnl»tat ser
Telephone BRoadway 0441
vice on the river The (■ntoffirr wa*
Cascade Locks Office— Across street from meat
Gas and Oil
at Cawa«le The h»at* did a large
businevi, hauling jassrngrrs artd »up
W ater Air
plies into the u|>(>ef country The
We do all kind« o( general rrpairmg
R. J. WUNER, Agent
gold mine* in Idaho ami Montana
MOORE S GARAGE
were inuring a »«early »«ream o!
CASCADE LOCKS, OKKOON
wraith into Portland and men who
ma«le their »take» in the rich plarrr
mine» came d«,wn the river with
aUBUBUBUBUBUBUBUBUi ; money to »pend.
Wr had no wagon am! mi trail» tin
til late in the 60 », when Joe Latour-
rll laid out a trail between Portland
am! Hood River I jt e r Matter and
John Martin laid nut a wagon road
along the river As a y«iung»trr I
drew $1.50 a «lay working on the
The CASCADE LUMBER CO. ha* a big fire ho*e h anging on the
ro.»«l. In those day* $1 SO a «lay wa*
wall for protection in case the building at the lumber yard should
HEMRICK’S a"d SALEM BEER
i Dints i n it ii.
Cascade Lock.s Lumber Co.
We carry a stock of—
Twenty >rar» ha«l elajrsrd Iwtwrrn
the time we arrived in ( asca«le lank»
ami the time the fir»t American emi
grant» came into Orrgnn in I »42.
People thought ihe country wa» hr-
roming pretty writ vtt|e«l up The
liest lands in the Willamette Vallry
had tieen taken ami [iroplr were push-
mg further ami further out from the
j older settlements looking for donation
claim», or free farm*. All of the land
up and down the river was taken a»
donation claims. The government had
made trratie» with the Indian» ami
they were at peace with the white»
To Hr Continued.
Ail grades of Cedar and Composition
The kind that last a lifetime.
Our PAINT will make your oud shack look like a newborn babe.
We carry a large assortment of—
DRESSED and UNDRESSED LUMBER
ROOFING and BUILDING PAPER
DOORS and WINDOWS
You may be looking for a ROUND POLE for your curtains or
closet. W e have a large assortment of MOULDINGS.
See our SMALL STEP-LADDERS for use around the house. Olso
we have a small stock of IRONING BOARDS for your pressing
I. OWEN, Local Manager
FR E DELIVERY SERVICE
Portland Telephone AT 6524
B a ll T e a m s B r e a k Even
Cascade Locks and the Triple C
lioys from Wyeth broke even Sunday
in a double header, played on the
diamond between the railroad tracks
and the canal.
Ihe Wyeth team took the first
game, 8 to 5, and the Dam Builder*
the secoml game, 8 to 5. The *rore
for the two game* became a stand
aff, ami that made everyone feel
good. CJuite a crowd »aw the teams
I he I riple " C ” boy* have a better
team than i» generally realized, and
are parti« ularly fortunate in |>o»-
srssing some strong hurler*.
Jimrnie O Urjan ha* moved to
Portland, lie may return to Cascade
Locks sometime later.
i u i i \ PORTLAND wn
CAM ADE I I H k> AND \IJ
\\ W l»»IN IS
Our T rth k* jMovhlr a «|ui«k,
« orn ement nu-iho«! of grillig
>«»ur hauling done |xoni| 4 |y
No «Irla)*, m> ted lajw
I» iR I L AND TERM IN \|
IUUI I a»t \Vatet Street
I rlrphonr l \»t Js iu
C AM" ADE 1 ‘ H k's TERMINAL
'telephone 12 I
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DO YOU WANT TO
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Rr»«leme lot* for tale, Iren or
tratte m C aw a« le la« k* N.ghtly
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1 1 -dung, lathing UaUng, ü ..a<
tain «limbing, hor*ef«»ck, ndta|
womtrrful «limate, finrst g«ig|
See or It nSe
A. W. M EYER
t cm un I-«« * », t lato s
inch, 16-inch and 24-
inch delivered in town
at $1.25 per load; $5.00
per cord. Prompt ser
Phone central office of
leave order» with Mr*.
K aider, opponile drug
Harvey Foa Farm
and L U N C H ............
C igarettes, Can i f
A congenial s|m| in which to
meet your frieiwli.
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•V«ne Open to the Public
Mrs. Lucille Henderson, Prof-
A modern shop with the l.itrtf
e«juipment ami e*|>eriem ed
< >l>en IO a. m. io 5 p. m.
PER M A N EN T WAVIN'«/
C pstairs in 1. C). O . P. 11 *11
above the pnstnfficr.
CASCADE LOCKS, OKKCR#
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