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About The Dam chronicle. (Cascade Locks, Or.) 1934-1934 | View Entire Issue (July 13, 1934)
THF PAM CHRONICLE
The (as*.«dr drug *b*re •» doing .1
i Dtius mm ii ¡i
suqvrisinglv large volume of business,
considering the small qusifcr* it os
i'iipie* m the 1 akesidr hotel. Manager
|h>n Francis Has pOt more than a
Fat hen* (or sale, 20 k pound.
$1000 stink in the s|**u.e which the
Lange. 2 blocks *»uth **<
tfew Fast Auto Truck Service between Portland and
store iHiupies in us temp«»rary lo
Cascade Locks, Bonneville and Bridal Veil.
u t ion and has (ound ample room to
handle his prescriptions and maga I i KNISHI I* > ii""' h* rent
I m v f Portland —
Ar. ( ascade Loi ks
room*, new. running water; 312.
1:30 P. M.
Prrgon Washington Foe Farm.
6:00 T. M.
9:30 P. M.
jve Cascade Lochs —
dr, Portland l loyd M Ulory and wife have N
| turned to ( ‘ascade l in ks front Bigg*, FOR Kl \ 1 Furnished cabin. Has
where they nude their home for m i • light and water Tooth Rock Oar
10:00 P. M.
! eral years. They are stopping with
age. I ascade lawks.
Portland Office— Ninth Avenue and Irving Street
Mr. Mallon s brother. P. B. Mai
Telephone BRoadway 0441
lory, unlily a new cottage which thr\
\cr\ reasonable, good
Cascade Locks Office— Across street from meat
! are building in the rear of the high FOR S M I
j school can !>e completetl. It is re >how case, cigarette caar
muted that Mr. Mallory may build
R I W l IN F P A o o n t
lower shelf case. National cash
register; cues, |>ool lulls, ihalk,
retipping outfit and other *«i|*plir*
To i»e sold for storage W Hte m
ERICK ERICKSO N ’S
mipnrr .u Washington Printing
i .< 104 II ashlngton St . \ am u
Cascade Food Store
IT PAYS TO PAY CASH
l.ARtiF. two story building, lights,
water, garage ta n house Bonne
ville dam workers Address Web
ster, Stevenson, Washington
SPECIALS FOR SATURDAY and MONDAY ONLY
C A R N A T IO N O A TS
/kJM K f
I* J 1 ^ 1 1
TALL TINS—ANY BRAND
3 Urge pkg
HERSHEY’S Pure Breakfast
One Pound Size
YOLO BRAND. Made from fresh rij
Tomatoes. 14-oz bottle......................
FRESH RANCH EXTRAS
B A N A N A S Golden Rip >e.
Ca.scade Locks Lumber Co.
The CASCADE LUMBER CO. has a big fire hose hanging on the
wall for protection in case the building at the lumber yard should
We carry a stock of—
All 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. We 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
These parties arc being held under
auspices of the Chamber of Com
PLE N TY OF M U SIC
N AM E OUR NEW I >! ACE AND
W IN A FREE CASE OF BEER
Manning’s—fresh as the
dawn. Try this wonder
ful coffee at low price, lb
W E D N E SD A Y N IG H T
Quart Bottles. Buy Now. Each .....................
BRIDGE OF G O D S HOTEL
PI ANO Ml * I UK SOLI» for bal
ance due. We have left on our
hands a lieautiful high gruiie piano
, no down juy-
meni, you fake over contract at I
$6 a month This piano cost $550
when new The condition of this
piano is like new and fully guar-1
anteed. For full information and
where it may be v rn . address Mr !
( Hesun, Adjustor, t ime Piano t o ,
1011 S. \\ Washington, Portland,
Finest For Cakes
OF W H EAT
FOR SVIF. Western rlotru vac
uum cleaner, slightly used Inquire
at Moore > Oarage
Mr. and Mrs. Fmii Pannentier
■l>*-nt Sundav in Ho*>d River with
Parmentiers mother, Mrs
l aura Clajip.
Mr. am! Mrs. W II Reed wrre in
Portland on business Mom la)
Miss Anna Ia»ui*c Neeley is spend- i
ing a few weeks with her uncle and
aunt. Mr and Mrs. (Urn Brower
Mrs L. Hiscock. who has been ill
for several weeks, is gradually gam-1
ing back her health Her sister. ! >AI*y
Smith of Hood River, is sta>ing with
Mr. ami Mrs. Robert Mciiilvary
enjoyed a visit with both their sons
this week John and Alec of Van
Mrs. James Hall is leaving Thurs
day for Montana where she will visit
her (urents. She expects to lie gone
Al Davis and wife of St Helens
spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr.
Wi* want a distinctive name f«»r the public’ mon»
of our hi»U*l To obtain thia name we art* appeal-
inj; to the public for help. The place ha* atm»-
phere. It is a pleasant apot in which to meet
friends and spent! an hour.
We are serving beer and you can alwaya n«*t a
sandwich. Or, if you prefer, you can get a full
To the penuin submitting the name finally se
lected we will give a autc «»f beer. The award
will be made at 8 o’clock Tuesday night, July
17 Bring or mail your choice of a name in at
once in a sealed envelope. Write your name and
add retie on the «sheet of paper.
BRIDGE OF THE GODS HOTEL
Cascade Locks, Oregon
and Mrs W ii Reed
P. O. Box '.**>
Mr ami Mrs. (Urn Brower and son
Junior and Anna Louise Neeley went
to Portland to celebrate the Fourth
Mrs. T. K. Wagner of Hermistoii
is spemling a few day* with her sister,
Mrs. Karl Wilson.
Fred C ellm from Drain is visiting
M. O ilers and family.
Sunday guests at the home of Mr
and Mrs. John Ingerlund were Mr
and Mrs. (»us Johnson and Mr. and
Mrs. T red liensen from Portland.
Mrs. Ired Rommel had as guests
this week: Mr. ami Mrs. McDinni* of
Kstacada; her mother, Mrs. Lloyd, j
ami Mis* Alford and Miss Daniels, j
all from Portland.
H. Marshall from Portland s|»ent
Sunday with Mr, and Mrs. R«.l»ert
Mrs. arl Wilson was a business
visitor in Portland Tuesday.
Plans for a recreation hall at
Bonneville dam have l*-«-n revived
and bids will be opened Saturday on
a building of sufficient size to ac-
commodate a general store, a picture
shAw, shoe shop, barber shop and
Under the present plan the suc
cessful bidder will I* jx-rmilted to
earn within reason on the investment,
but must turn the building over to
the government at the end of three
FRE DELIVERY SERVICE
Portland Telephone AT 6524
EIM ER E L E C T R IC
RCA RADIO TUBO
Let m do your wiring. No charge for
preparing estimate«. We are licensed
Pay Electric Light Bill* Here
RED & WHITE STORE
w . J. CARLSON
10-QUART DISH PANS, each
TIN CUPS, each
HIGH PEDESTAL LAMPS, complete
FLASH LIGHT BATTERIES, all sizes
WASH BOARDS, each
We have reduced the price of lumber appro*1,
mately 10 per cent. I hese reductions are effect»**
immediately, and apply to practically all mat«*'*!*
ordinarily used in the construction of home* *l"
Our lumber is of the best quality and we
prepared to make delivery on short notice to *n!
part of the Bonneville dam district.
Mens* Shop BRIDAL VEIL TIMBER CO-
Cascade Locks, Ore.
(Everything to Build Your Home)
Bridal Veil, Oregon. Tel. 150