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About The Dam chronicle. (Cascade Locks, Or.) 1934-1934 | View Entire Issue (July 20, 1934)
THE PAM CH KONI«'I E
t K C i /U T
The Cascade drug >l‘*rr •»
I I surprisingly Urgí volume ol businr*,
A ^ i w n r
rHE PAM t UKOMC11
W . P. M’CRACKEN, JIÎ.
• . 1 >4. WING . .
7 ; j Years In Cascade Locks
Union Pacific Stages, In
HV J \CK MiCR\HY
Prompt attention given
all work. M ending done
ovet !>v jws'jile who wrtv sr ing In«"
MRS. JESSIE MOHR
Opposite Cascade Food
Store in Cascade Locks
BON NY VILLA
One-half Mile W est of
ICE C R EAM — C A N D Y -
BLITZ, W IN E H A R D
and HOP GOLD
Beer on Draught and
Jit and Sip by Our Open
Y O U R LOCAL
is a r rtain satis-
action in knowing that
is a drug store at
in the Bonneville
Dî& A i 1 an vfhere pre
parations ai d favnûte
' rem. lies may be ob-
| We : ' p ride in the
j ivcvjlhat Ae have been
FOREST WOOD AT
SHORT TIME ONLY
ma avail the ser
hie#« pt-*p)e ex-
irom th“ T local
u rq ggtc* -
¿U rug Co
rU»LY .iJtVICE BF
P ’ POP LAND AN
In these da> * people l**"k ha* k and
wo.il The ground «low« where the
wonder how the early settlers >•' fho
j district around Bonneville and to»- (o\ farm 'land« was all heavily tint
jeade lawks managed to live, and I Iwred at one time.
In 1S74 D.»k Woodward who is
j suspect l o t o f folks feci furry for t h«*
still living in l AMa.Ie l . i k s , taught
pioneers. Still, life w.ixnt nearly a«
hard as one might think, for while , | 4 who,*! out near where the auj»*it
there were no tr.uns, automobiles, ha« l>een built l hat *a> the fust
airplanes, highways *»r picture shows, « h o o l in what 1 « now Hood River
we had good Iimo and everyone had county He had to go to t he Dalles
to pass an examination. I »1***» t »up
! enough to rat and wear,
i Settlers in this (»art of Oregon ¡».«e he was more than 17 yrar« old
I hr river was tarrying more ami
were running wood scows on the t ol-
unthi.i river when tny parent■* came more tralln all the time, ami alter
here in I Sol, and the sawmills, the the gold ru«h wav over the movement
sleunilioat* and the pirtag« railroad of wheat down the river Iwgati to tn
furnished work for men who wanted create. People grew alarmed and be
to!)*. Nearly everybody worked in came nervous when a line of business
William I* Mot'rucken. Jr.. arua « the wood* i*r on the river. Muncy ; in whuh they arr engaged falls oil or
victory In the I »strict >f I'olutnh.s was fairly easy and the settler« raised |ietm out I often thmk of that when
O*ort of Apfw-als when that tr.tomai enough crop* to fees! thei rfannltcs 1 read the nrw^iaprrs tn thesr time«
ruled that the ¡tonal* lu.I no |«>uor to
I he t beg*‘it Meant Navigati -n
•entonen him to Jail for rami mpt. The
!coni|uny grew rich hauling sut«|dlrs
senate sought to punish him for with
holding certain papers in connection down the highway were name»!, was up«iream to the mines ui the hds
j one of the best known owners of a About 1870 this tra*!e fell o ff ami
with the air mall Investigation.
wo,id scow on the river. He hauled nuny people thought the co n g o n »
our household g'uls up from Van was finished, but the g<>l»l «ceker*
FIVE ESCAPE FROM
couver when returning ui*strram after had learned that wheat i *01111 lie
JAIL IN WOODSTOCK having been down to Portland with grown in Fa»lcrn fMnp*n ami Wash
ington. and in the tnuklle 70* thrrr
Captain Amos Underwood ran a was a rudi to take up land in wtul
Saw Through Steel Bar» and
wood scow, and so did Felix I man everyone thought j worthies* coun
who owned a sawmill ju«t belowr the try rxcrjrt for cattle.
The river trade really never began
Woodstock. I1L — fiv e prisoners mouth of Rock creek on the Wash
I escaped from the county Jail at Wood- ington >ule After I was grown ami until the movement *>f wheat got un
stock leaving behind them a series of got to doing for myself I ran a boat der way, and the heaviest t ilia
saweil steel bars, cut »creens, hroken for years up and down the river, be
flowed down the Columbia after the
doors, and the other prisoners who
thought the Mcarnliuat turn
didn’t care to break out. Those who
The settlers could get >I.?S a cord were going to starve I u i| p > v there
John Knos. alias Kvano. thirty one for their wood, and the owners of the wrrr 10 years when the boats pawl
years old. of Springfield, accused of wood scows sold for >4.50 a cord at tfie best. 1 he steamers did thru brsi
robbing banks at Huntley and Union, The Dalles. In those early day« The business brtwrrn 1872 ami l * s j
and whose alleged accomplices are Dalles offered a big market for our Those were the lush day's of the rivet
•ervlng penitentiary sentences.
Charles Taylor, alias Terry, fifty
Some of ihe boats were larger than
three years, who, with his wife. Kinuia.
but the majority carried about
was brought back from Oregon to be
tried for the theft of Jewelry from the 100 cords. The prevailing wot wind
Crystal Lake home of John fturrett. furnished ¡user to carry the boats
International Harvester company offl i upstream and the current swrpt
rial, by whom they were employed.
them downstream. They earned
Kllsworth Fowler, twenty-six years around 150 yards of canvas ami it
old, charged with automobile larceny.
was quite a trick to navigatr them.
Henry odlnbrelL age forty two.
However. I don’t recollect that more
awaiting trial for check forgery,
¿oseph I^voian, forty years old. In than five were ever lost. At times
there were as many as 14 o[irrating
!nos and Taylor are ex-convicts.
on the river. L'ne or two could carry
Sheriff Lester Edlnger of McHenry 200 cords. You may find it hard to
county complained that Knos had been
believe, but I once ran a wood boat
his bands Mac* January w
J-roo -lit <n trial, and this delay to The Dalles in eight hours.
The Bradford brother# mill, across
-• :■ i '
We want to keep .*ur truck* busy
the river. Jim Thompson's mill on You are going to nerd plenty of * . . a|
cent S. Lumley.
The prosecutor explained that this this side of the river, anti the mill on
before next winter is over Buy now
(►lay was due to the fact that Enos Eagle creek were all closed down by
save from J5 to 510 And re-
was represented by Attorney William 1870. I he Inman mill operated for
tnemlier you may not t*r able to get
Carroll of Woodstock, a member of many years.
woml when you want it after thr
the state legislature, and formerly by
A* work in the mills petered out weather gets lad
Representative Roland IJbonattl of
Chlrago. Under the state law a de in the late oOs, more and more set
We cut this w*»id ourselves It i*
fendant who has a state legislator f.*r tlers turned to cutting wood. They
dry. Sawed any des.rrd length
Ills lawyer may not le forced to trial sold the wood as they clearned their
you art promptly.
while the legislature Is In session.
places. This whole country was cut
* t5CKS AND AL. J
To escaj»e, the prisoners first sawed
a hole In a steel partition one-«juarter
inch thick l**tweeri cells, and through
this were able to get into the hull p^n
and then to trie top of ti e cell bl<*ck
Next they cut a wi-e mesh and picked
a lock Into an oliice. Saw ing bars on
this il or let them to the basement,
where they cut the bars and lock away
to gain freedom.
Milwaukee. Wls —Seven House of
Correction prisoners sawed their way
to freedom through a dormitory base
uîiog done promptly,
no . ed ta, it.
Kansas City Gambler Is
Slain by Machine Gunners
A TERM INAL:
.P L E A S E
'° D N c e M ENT
f.rlck. Ok la.—Two hank rol.hers
»ere killed by pursuing Texan officer.
In it motor car gun battle near Sweet-
waler Their frail waa picked op by
, " n,fPr J" nf*, *nd Deputy
Sheriff Jee oney of Hemphill count r
i exns, following a fj-o rohfiery o f
the i irst State Bunk of Allison, Tevas
Wt WMllT WaS burned ou t* but
.1 ; l ^ , ,n a * * •“ « « in
on announce -
Went text week
t h e " LUCILLE
b ea u t y s h o p
f t f a f a g fc Henderson, Prop.
°P with the latest
Noted Chemiit Killed
' i Halts
i J i Walker,
t T f ^ »Ixty-fl,,..
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d:\r‘nK the u "rl" »f*
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into a tr«. near » « b r o o k, N. H.
ttn ,NU? PrU***r Lynched
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C O M M U T A T IO N BOOKS
Atui Save Money
JOSEPH A. BUCHER, Prop
v morning and -
milk from our ow n in u p id ld henl of GurrMnJJ
■ W . < th I*hoi
villi', or leave* word at meat market Cu'cad* La
MILK CRE/VM BUTTERM ILK
Our milk ia on u lv at all the store»
P. 0 . Box 96
<T • le
M A ZD A LAMPS
WIRING M ATERIALS
I.« t u <ln your wirinif. No charge for
preparing e.Hlimatert. W t are licea**ed
Pay Electric Light Bill* Here
“Get *A’ Premium Milk at no Estra Cost"
GRADE A PASTEURIZED
Daily service. Leave orders at Lakeside MaHw<
or get the milk at any grocery store along the
BRANDES CREAMERY. Inc.
ROY SINN HR. /Viter
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W ANTED—Cornet trumpet lev-
sons. See I he Oregonian man, ft
W. E. Bates.
I Fat hens for sale, 20c jiourwl.
William Lange, 2 bl«ks south of
■ high school.
Two Bank Robbers
Slain in Gun Fight
One Cent a word each insertion. ,r 'Kr
Kansas Citj-, Mo.—Machine guns. H RN’ ISHLD cabins for rent. 2
Mazing from amhituh. pnil<*.l the rareer
ritorna; new; running water; $12.
j o f J.,hn U zla. thirty seven, n gambler
Dreg.,n-Wash ington F’ox Farm.
He had risen to swift ricii« „ n.l lie
iitical [Kiui-r here.
fntei-preting the slaying, |n fr„ nt of FDR RF.NT-Furnished cabin. Has
light and water. Tooth Hock (iar-
an apartment hotel, as » fresh nut-
hreolc of gang warfare, police seized
age, Cascade Locks.
Joe l.usco. a political rival of r.azla
on tills city * North side. Seventeen
FOR SALE Very rea.vin.ible, good
i were held for Investh;
Luscos followers bad ix-en arrested,
pool room equipment. Three tables,
too, after the March city election dis
show case, cigarette case with a
order*, in which four men were slain.
lower shelf case; National cash
Lnzla, convicted recently of vloiat-
register; cues, pool balls, chalk,
Ing the federal Inc»,me tax laws after
outfit and other supplies,
a trial that focused attention on the
for storage. Write or
mysterious source, of his revenue
inquire at Washington I'rinting
died nearly 12 hours after eight hul’
lets penetrated Ids b<«ly.
< o., 404 Washington St., Vancou
KS TERM IN AL
SIX SC HEDULES DAILY
uum cleaner; slightly used. Inquire
at Moore's (iarage.
LAR í í F; two story building; lights,
wafer, garage, f an house Honnc-
vd/e dam workers. Address Web
ster, .Stevenson, Washington,
" W O MUST HE SOLD for b.,1-
ance due. We have left on our
hands a l „ a . f f , D e g r a d e ¡„ a m ,.
™ nt: >"'•
*r contract at
' ! a nv,r,,k rht p ano Cost $550
when new. The totdition of this
piano is like new agd fully guar
antee.1 lyr Mil ■»formation and
where it iiwy be s< « , address Mr. j
(Meson, A flfir .^ n e
M,!lii' / Upl'" c '.,n,rrv*'iv<, growth «„ured.
Modern con.en.ence., elec.nci.,, .elephon.
One .nd „„e -h .lf m il« H i.h w .y B u .;„e .. F r o n t .,.
i " I ’ SALE Waters eltctrk ...
Balance due >85
Keep Y o u r E y e O n
d U . With b e . „ , ifu, , iew o f , he river
* nd lh« mountains.