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About The Dam chronicle. (Cascade Locks, Or.) 1934-1934 | View Entire Issue (June 22, 1934)
T U E DAM C H R O N IC LE
D R. F . FO LSO M
C ascade L ocks , O regon
With the let tint: of the contract
for construction of the spillway to
the Columbia Contract Company
certain changes in the engineering
personnel have l>een maile at B»*nne-
ville. Verne Glare has t*een assigned
as engineer on the spillway anil leil
Johnson sucVeeds him as engineer on
the Atkinson contract. This change
is considered by the engineering force
as an expression of the ability of
these gentlemen and a majority of
the head force are expressing this ap
probation of the selection.
SEND THE CHRONICLE TO YOUR FRIENDS IN THE EAST
IT PAYS TO PAY CASH
SPECIALS FOR FRIDAY and SATURDAY
Full 8 oz. Package
A Very Healthful Cereal
3 Pkgs. 7 ^c
DURKEES SALAD AID
1 lb. Glaaa Jar again
6 Cup Aluminum Dripolator 69c
It’s Salad Time Now
SOAP — ^ ^ite
New business houses continue to
open in Cascade Locks. latest is
fresh fruit and vegetable stand, whiih
will serve the Bonneville Dam area
It is owned by Harry Beam and
Jesse (HI. of The Dalles, and is un
der management of Mr. ami Mrs
Frank Brower Mr Beam owns and
operates the Nob Hill fruit ranch
and Mr Ott has a vegetable farm
The fruit ami produce being offered
for sale in the district is l«eing hauled
down from The Dalles.
Wednesday’s noonday luncheon of
the Chamber of Commerce was one
of the best attended to date since the
chamber was organised two months
ago. The luncheon was held at
I'enn's Tavern, on the highway, just
east of town. It was attended by 45
people. The impression prevails that
the meetings are the best held by any
town up to 10,000 people in Oregon
and word of the activity in the cham
ber Is spreading over the state.
Next week's luncheon will be held
at the Bridge of the Cods hotel. The
h->iel has sufficient space to accom
modate all guests in the dining room.
Drtails of plans for the Fourth oc
cupied much of the time at the lunch
Tresident A. W. Meyer told
the chamber members that he would
not be satisfied with a purse of less
than $100S after the Fourth-of-July
Qti. 2 9 c
the busy little store for real values.
anyone has it, we do.
P a r r a s P la n s B tg O p en in g
Silver E. Terras, for seven years
in his old location opposite the Dam
Inn. will ojien his new market, up
by the [wstofficr, to the public S a t
The opening promises to take on j
something of a gala affair, for both
Mr and Mrs. P e r m have many
friends and are p-puLir throughout
the Bonneville Dam area.
Mr. Terras has obtained flowers,
which he will distribute to the ladies
with his compliments, and there will
be music, free lemonade and cookies.
Workmen have been busy all week
getting the new meat market ready
(or the Saturday opening. They have
finished ami the cases have been in
W ir r ic k
S a tu r d a y .
John Wirrick is opening his new
Red fi White store on Main »Orel
to the public this wrrk
lie is Join
ing with J . It Carlson, owner of the
White store on the highway,
just east of the city limits, in putting
on a sale which is expet ted to draw
a large crowd of »hosiers.
The two stores will serve refresh
ments all day t hey are giving away
a large numlier of [wires and will
I he Wirrick store occupies the new
tile and stone building, across the
It.-in Mernll • B u b K M
makes the fourth grocery in town ami
will carry a substantial stock.
Wonder, 20 Bars ................6 9 °
W e are equipped to handle your print
ing needs and can turn out your work
on short notice. If you require menus,
letter heads, cards, statem ents, bill
heads or envelopes drop into the office
or flag as down as we barge along the
street. It does not make any difference
where we m ay be going, you will find
we are never in too big a hurry to stop
and talk printing.
Tracticaily half of the automobiles
traveling through Cascade Locks are
from out of state, it was learned Fri
day from a traffic survey conducted
by C. E. Cam s, incharge of mainte
nance in this district. The survey,
made over a period of 16 hours, gave
the following count:
« tut o f state cars
T r u c k s ...........................................
I • •
Montana anil California lead in the
numlier of out state cars, but South
and North Dakota [iressed for first
place. Thecount was started at 6 p.
m. and finished at 10 p. m. Total
number of vehicles over the road in
the 16-hour period was estimated at
For FRIDAY and SATURDAY. JUNE 22 23
CLASSIC SOAP. 10 Bars
MASON FRUIT JARS. Qts.. dittos lop*, Do*
CERTO FOR CANNING, N «»/. t e g .
GRAHAM CRACKERS HONEYMADE 2 lb*.
SALMON. U u r e l brand, Med. Red, 2 for
CANE SUGAR SYRUP. M aple L e a f B ran d ,
NEWTON FIG BARS. 2 lbs.
SCHILLINGS COFFEE, None Better, 2 lb*.
N IF C O
or cooking, lb.
‘ H h
SALMON STEAK ROYAL CHINOOK. I ib.
LIBBY'S ROAST BEEF. 12 o z . size
PACIFIC OYSTERS, N ip-Tide fan cy b ran d ,
8-o z., 2 for
PURE SALAD O IL -in
BIG DEMONSTRATION HERE
F o r th e F o u r t h !
FO R R E N T -F u rn ish «! cabin. Has
light and water. Tooth Rock Gar
age, Cascade Locks.
FO R SA LE— Very reasonable, good
[ rki I room equipment. Three tables,
show case, cigarette case with a
lower shelf case; National cash
register; cues, pool balls, chalk,
retipping outfit and other supplies.
T o be sold for storage. W rite or
inquire at Washington Printing
Co., 404 Washington St., Vancou
We are now carrying a fine line of Suita made by the
PENDLETON WOOLEN MILLS
£ 2 2 - 5 ° <° £35-00
II ichp Huits are 100 p ercent virgin wool and possess
unusual style. W e g u aran tee a fit— and th a t m eans
we can fit you, too. W e have your size and co lo r and
style m stock. W e a re con fid en t th a t this new s will
be satisfying as news th at the big cam p is com in g to
the O regon side o f the river, fo r it will perm it you to
buy your suits righ t in the Bonneville D am A rea.
TH E M EN’S SHOP