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About The Dam chronicle. (Cascade Locks, Or.) 1934-1934 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 17, 1934)
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16 \ M
I V M.
6:35 A. M.
12:20 P. M.
9:IS \ M
jji.li Cad** j ) & 1 ha.I iluou^li tad connection limn
at th, bar* I w rvhoj) had v»mc
;aiiKal.m ■ »1,.alti * line up the j C oil!
WJ’ iilvrr in their po.kelv or i( they
^umha Ir.«» I ortland to the ol Salt I ,ke
| hat .ame *r j f
4:29 P. M.
12:15 V. M.
» 21 f, M
« 00 P. M.
11:25 P. M.
1:50 A. M.
9:21 P. M.
11:00 P. M.
lo 1 it while drinking ami gam
bling. lould earn more before an*
. thn Saturday night
I let and rail* for the railroad
I had K e n helping to huild th
l) ahout a vear after
were hauled up the ri*er on boats
■nmeiKcd on tlir |<hk* hut Ir li live government v
COM M UTATION BO O KS
to Bonneville, and construction
. >.tij*an* *arn. into . empi.
to take j fib d m inn a
woik <>n tin- mul-Catlumhia com
And Save Money
n a railioad *on*trudion
1» the I •(i'ittKi Steam
menced at that jHiint
I hr line
was built up the riser, through
1 ■'**ade Lock* ami toward I lie 1
Dalle» Hood Rivet had nm been!
founded and there was no other!
t 'in to tin east on either side of !
Iltr r.vcr until I he Dalles was!
I hat town was i|uile
New Ea.it Auto Truck Service between Portland
Government irtspeclrd <*tul »louglitcrr.i uruirr
a place lot it mot only hail a big
had«- on the <a>lumhia i-ut wav!
Cascade Locks, Bonneville and Bridal Veil.
sanitary condition*. Yield» the choice»! steaks.
..n 1 utlitting («lint for stiKkmen1 Leave Portland —
Enable* i& to »ell the fine*! meat* at no advance
A t . Cascade L ocks—
and wheat glowers
10:00 A. M.
1 3 0 P. M.
Niter the railroad was pretty;
6:00 P. M.
9:30 P. M.
well along tlie trams were ma.lcj
L ea ic Cascade Locks —
A t . Portland—
at Bonneville Passengers |
2:30 P. M.
BROOKFIELD STRICTLY FR E SH EGGS and
4:30 P. M.
tame up tl»e river from Rottland
10:00 P. M.
SW EEI CREAM HI I IKK
and transferred to the railroad
There wav a famous
»W IFI 8 HAMS
Telephone BRoadway 0441
eating house at Bonneville and
BACON and LAM )
men who ate thirr av hoi* or as
Cascade Lock* O ffice— Across street from meat
CHOICEST L A M B M U T T O N and VEAL
strung fellow* still talk about it
FR LsH H A L IB U T . SA LM O N C R A B S
R. J. W UNER. Agent
build a depot in Cascade lawks
until lour or live years after the
line was finished, hut contented
Daily delivery service to Bonneville District.
it sell with putting down a plat
Give our deliveryman your o r d e r .
form. which it later covered with
Bonneville was much
mote important as a railroad op
F »rtland P;aniat. Composer, T each er
erating |*«unt than Cascade Links
ami lor mutt - reason, remains
i more imjvutant to this day
.I.Y .V O r.Y C A S
My family had lived in Ca>*
Thr .tfiening »>f |>iano studiM in Cascade Locks Wednesday,
i t ade I ovk' for *0 year* when the
August 15, lor private and group instruction.
ratlnmil came through and after
It i* :.l*o planned to t ike up « »he tra work and any one who
1 wc had tin: telegraph and the
«"n pliv m instrument of any kind is invited to join, wiil
d.ul, paprr* from Portland, this
he inC.i-. i<le tanks at !e . ;i .me day each week, ar.d any in-
j district felt it passed the pioneer
f.irirati ii <!• .in*<l
to !e- • ns or orchestra work may be had
ing stage \nothcr 20 vear* was
;>rev.. i- t \ugust 15 hv ad<ire mg or calling at 2i80 Kavens-
t< pas* before we were to have
» irw Drive. Portland or phone Beacon <5.v>.
, the autottu de and moving pic-
fun s Hit tin »• rh*tv> things were
reamed o t. it *lid not matter.
s full of salmon and I---------
mountain * were full of game.
TA BLE? LOR LADIL-
( 1sit in thi? hack country the
No need to worry about a place t»> live when we
,iv over anil people
can el! you a cottage ready to <>ccui>\. ^1"
■ad m g the free land
. h could K- had for the tak-
and well built— or we will lease you ground or
rivcr Portland was
a .voung fit\ . s.il-
sell you a lot and you can build your own hotm .
» as becoming an im-
i>; 1 \,
liui under any cireiuwbtimcei» u >“ 1
weit■ beginning to erect some large
mill s lor that period and in ( as-
this thing over with us. We 'v*^ h-vlp >"u 1
■ 1 is k ' people were starting
under a roof of your own before tlo .tutumn
to build farther west, and mer
chant* and -.do!mkivper> were
rain> set in and »chool starts,
endeavoring to lnul new loca-
I lion*, neaicr the point where the
government wa* building the
l.kks Whiskey IT.it was in its
LUMBER............SH IN G LES
J. A. MERRILL. TROP.
he* day. S * hi it would being
to fade out.
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CENTRAL LUMBER CO.
Pendleton —- Pentllelon I* to
have h junior rhnmber of com
merce, i<pon*«tre<l l»y the IVndle-
(on Chain tx-r of Co mm area nml af-
flllale.l wlih the National Junior
Chamber ol Commerce.
be comp,ii.e.1 of members between
the skc * of 20 amt 3& and will
have for Its atm community bet
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