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About The Dam chronicle. (Cascade Locks, Or.) 1934-1934 | View Entire Issue (June 29, 1934)
T H E DAM C H R C .JIC L E
GLOVER BUILDING TO
BE OCCUPIED AT ONCE
BY RESTAURANT. ROOMS
F. F O L S O M
After standing idle for months the
2-story frame building owned by
Wallace ('.lover is being cleaned up
and remodeled for occupany by Irv in
Wilkes of Portland, who expects to
open a restaurant.
The building, formerly occupied
bv the Cascade M ercantile company,
h is been vacant for several years.
C ascade L o ck s , O u o o n
SEND THE CHRONICLE TO YOUR FRIENDS IN THE EAST
Special, for SATURDAY— SUNDAY— MONDAY
Demonstration All Day June 30th
FR EE Cake and Coffee
* SHREDDED WHEAT
^ Large Package.......................
Generous Sample. FR EE
GOLDEN WEST COFFEE
GLASS JARS. Per Pound....... 3 2 °
NEW SKY FLAKE WAFERS
SALTED. FU L L POUND P K G E ................. j g c
"DAVIDSONS FIN E CAKES
CAM PFIRE MARSHMALLOWS, pound........... 19c
BISQUICK, large package...................................... 33c
Fort Howard Toilet Tissue, 3-roll package...........23c
VAN CAMP’S PORK & BEANS, 3 cans...............16c
CLASSIC LAUNDRY SOAP, 10 bars................. 25c
LIB B Y ’S CORN B E EF, 2 cans
CITRUS WASHING POWDER, pkge..................21c
F . A. B. BUTTER CLAMS, minced, 2 for.......... 25c
Be sure to come to our demonstration here all day
During the celebration when you become
tired and hot— remember our fountain. It
will be an oasis, for here you can rest and
cool o ff in pleasant surroundings. We will
be prepared to take care of the crowds.
Here you can get any drink you may desire.
We have one of the nicest fountains in the
mid-Columbia district. Visit it while in Cas
cade Locks. Tell your friends about it.
Cascade Drue Company
Some month» ago it wa» moved bark
to make way for widening Ol the
highway. A full basement wa» built
under it at the time
Wilke» ha» a S-year leave on the
property. He U preparing to open a
ntominK housf on the afeond Hoof.
The room» will be ready for occu
pancy by the end of thi» week, but
the restaurant will not be running
before August I.
Glover owns a mercantile »tore in
Understood, Wash. The state of
Washington is taking a ju rt of his
I ’nderwood property to make way
for the widening and straightening
of the Evergreen highway, lie *
to lie planning to build
h i* ( as-
cade lank» property, next dqor to
his 2-story building, with the inten
tion o f opening a store He will close
his place in Understood ami move the
stock to this side of the river.
C h u rch P e o p le D isa p p o in te d
Local members of the Methodist
Episcopal church were somewhat dis
appointed with the action ol the
annual church conference held in
Portland last week when the Cascade
Locks church was put on the "to be
supplied ” list.
The Methodist church has been the
only denomination to keep ojien in
Cascade I-ocks during the past few
years. Only a few times during that
period has there been a regular pastor
ami most of this time in a circuit
with Mosier or some other small
town. The church member* here now
feel that with a population of around
1300 jieople they are entitled to more
Rev. Nat Buckley, of the Asbur)
church in Hood River, who has been
helping the Cascade Locks church in
its efforts to keep alive, has been
transferred to the west Wisconsin
district and will have a pulpit in
“Jim ” Merrill, owner of M errills
Barheque, has been working a crew j
steadily n his new dance hall. The
floor, 60 by 82 feet, is about com
pleted and all will be in readiness
for the 4-day celebraion.
Jitney dances will be held on the
floor throughout the celebration, ami
night when the crowd gathers for the
the first dance will be held Saturday
queen's ball. The dancing will be
more ro less continuous throughout
the celebration. It will mommmee in
the afternoon each day. except Sun
day, when it will start about 8 p. m.
The floor can accommodate 200
couples. Ropes are being stretched
around the four sides These will be
drop()ed after each dance and the
floor cleared before the next number
CENTRAL LUMBER CO.
TO ESTABLISH YARD
IN CASCADE LOCKS
Work was started Thursday on
sheds and office for a new lumber
yard which is bring established in
Cascade I/*rks by the Crnetral Lum
Property for the yard has been ob
tained from the Stewart estate. It is
situated just east of the We-Ask-U-
Inn and the yard will be on land
which in the early '60s was occupied
by the Jam es Thompson sawmill.
W. C. Anderson of Eugene, presi
dent of the Central Lumber company,
is in town directing the building of
the plant. He announced this week
that he expected to have the yard
open for business by the latter part
of next week.
The company has yards yards at
Albany, I^banon and Sweet Home.
JUn. C . * Kèmmâl,
M att ('mittng « % i M / t y
FO R REN T-Furnished cabin. Has
light and water. Tooth Rock Gar
age, Cascade Locks.
FO R SA LE— Very reasonable, good
pool room equipment. Three tables,
show case, cigarette case with a
lower shelf case; National cash
register; cues, pool balls, chalk,
rrtipping outfit and other supplies.
T o be sold for storage. Write or
influire at Washington Printing
Co., 404 Washington St., Vancou
to ta le d neat door to M rnilp,
Bar It Q
MV Serve A/ra/i
IT PAYS TO PAY CASH
SPECIALS FOR FRIDAY and SATURDAY
It’s • healthful cereal for the kid-
dies at all times. Come in and get
VELVET TISSUE "* " *
NEW POTATOES 10 ,ta
T O M A T O E S ,,,h
Y«>ur money ianno< buy in glaw a twtlrr coffer
Purr Cane. 10 11«
Saturday limit 2 U *
B E A N S
S»'*V No 2 can»
PEARLS OF W HEAT ■*"
OI£> POTATOES w
CORN STARCH 1 "
And W o w We Offer Men's
FINE SUITS OF
VIRGIN W OOL
$22.50 to $35
You are going to tire** up for the Fourth. W e hope
you will look at the*e suit# before buying. Come in
. . . . bring the wife if you wi*h. You win be sur
prised to note the quality, the w'oikmanship, the
These suits are made by the Pendleton W oolen Mill*.
They are all wool . . . and sell at price« no higher
than you would pay in Portland. And remember—
w’e guarantee a fit.
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