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About The Dam chronicle. (Cascade Locks, Or.) 1934-1934 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 19, 1934)
T H E DAM CH RO N ICLE
THE d a m c h r o n ic l e
THE DAM CHRONICLE
When morning frosts the m ellow s,
And the fur is on the stock.
When the cider * in the cellar.
Ami the kraut is in the crock,
the lard is in the larder
Mark A. Shields,
E J it *
the hog in sections hanging,
John H. Travis, h u sm fss M an iifrr
And the breezes bring the echoes
O f back yard doors a banging;
S U B S C R IP T IO N R A T E S
When the snow upon the mountain*
Come a crrrping down the valley*,
Onr month, bv carrier any
And ash cans full are cluttering
where in d is tric t........... 20 cents
The wind swept morning alleys.
...... 50 cents
Where pussy cat is prowling,
Early morning breakfast seeking.
Three months ...........- ..... 50 cents
With an eye on bandit tomcat.
Hungry, ‘round a corner sneaking,
When the rooster midst his hatrm
Reveille impulses check.
Editorial and Business O ffice in
Snuggles dre|>cr in the leathers
Bonneville, Oregon. Mechanical
With a wing around his neck.
Department in Cascade Locks,
The early bird can have the worm
For all he seen« to care,
OCTOBER 12. N '4
W hen he sniffs the morning zrphvn
\nd the frost that crinq« the air.
W A TER D IS T R IC T S
When the last late leaves are falling
No richer soil is found in <>re-
<>n the roof, to dog the gutters.
pin than the soil between the toll
And the sun comes dimly slanting
t)ti the sirejirrs through the shutter*.
bridge and Wyeth. Families want
l ’awr crawls from the covers—
to live on small acreage and culti
Which is far from his desires—
vate this soil, for they realize that
.And mumbles in the kitchen.
from it they can find health, hap
Vs he nukes the morning fires.
piness and an abundance of food.
The rooster later follows
Absence of water on lands ly
The last hen from the roust;
The cow is lowing by the turn,
ing between the mountains and the
river has caused the bulk of the
Inqutient to lie juiced.
land to remain idle for three
And Maw is getting breakfast.
quarters of a century. Building of
And Paw is out of doors;
the dam has stimulated interest in
You can hear him out there whistling
the land, has created a market for
.As he ikies the morning chores.
it. .And this interest will bring
The shades of night are dying
about the development of the
In the corners of the room;
poultry and fruit industries, which
The scent of bacon frying
will make Cascade Locks a thriv
In the air, is sweet perfume.
ing community alter the dam is
Ami Maw yells, "H ey ! You lazy ones,
(.¿el up and soak your head!
Cost of putting water on the
Must hunger ami necessity
land is prohibitive when under
Remove you from that bed?”
taken by a single individual, but
W hen there s ice of early morning,
it becomes a comparatively simple
The horse trough thin upon.
task when undertaken by a group
And the stock is breathing smoky,
of property owners.
.As the sun. dull, greets the dawn,
The Oregon state law permits
Ami it ain t no time lor loaling
of the creation of water districts.
When the snow is on the mounts,
Money to defray cost of laying
Old Winter's in the offing
pipe lines is procured from taxa
And every moment counts.
tion. The taxes are liitht ami offer
- Noble F. Hyde.
a practical method of carrying ________________________ ________
water to the land From week t o 1 ~
week The Chronicle will explain
the law in an effort to familiarize £ [ •
' r!*, ‘
Published every Friday in the in
terest of ihr Bonneville Dam Arra
bv Ihr Dam Publishing company.
,1» public with it. other rural
The Key to Fax Réduction
. . . is Fax Education
G E O . M . KNOX
For County Atsetior
O p e n A n d Ready
F o r Business
Under New Management
Any Type of Automotive Service
Electric and Acetylene Welding
dt.^ t»tu tu u i .»lot-
mation on resources of the com
communities are taking advantage
of the law to their benefit, and it
But too many people have lieen
can be utilized in the valley to
busy with personal affairs to in
the benctit of everyone.
terest themselves in civic affairs.
•And the town, like Topsy, is be
A F IG H T IN G S P I R I T
ing allowed to ' jes' grow."
From the east comes reports
Once a week is not too often for
that large users of electrical energy-
the Chamber of Commerce to meet
are beginning to interest them
Much is to be done. An hour a
selves in the rates at which the
week is not too much time to
federal government will dispose
demand from every resident of the
of Bonneville dam power.
community who has the progress
With the passing of time these
i and development of the district at
inquiries will become more and L ___ ^
heart. Growth of a town is deter-
more numei >us. Scouts well lie
sent out to investigate proposed 1 7! ' ' ■ l u
1,1 1 f |>eopl»-
sites for the location of industries!
must not feel surprised or hurt
and some morning the community
rill awaken to learn that a na- when
tionally known manufacturer has a ^0%et
selecteil a location for an indus-
^ ( hronicle should like to see
*^e weekly noonday luncheon, re-
The plant may locate in Cascade
should like to see every
Locks. Or it may go to some other property owner and every busi-
town on the river. That is going r,f ss man cl,-'se UP shop and give
to depend upon the people of Cas- *‘‘s or
* couple of
cade Locks. The town has an hours to the upbuilding of the dis
abundance of land for industries, trict, and to treking an industrial
ample water, cheap power. It is pant for Cascade Locks.
ideally situated, with water, rail
and highway transportation. And
Tourist: “ What * the charge for
when the dam is completed it will this battery?"
possess hundreds of cottages and
Foreign Mechanic: "One and a
houses which can be rented to em half volts, sir.”
ployes of an industrial plant
Tourist: “ How much is that in
Wishing for lightning to bit us. American money?"
is pleasant, but urtles* we run up
the lightning rod there is danger
Mary, aren t you getting
that the prize may fall to another big to play with boy»i?”
No. mother, the bigger I
The Chronicle feels that the the better I Like ’em ."
T O T H E W O R K M E N ON
T H E B O N N E V IL L E DAM
New low laundry price« to tho«e leaving lau ndry a t our new
laundry building, opposite com m iaaary building in obi Atkinson
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