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About The American. (Central Point, Or.) 1928-1936 | View This Issue
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The AMERICAN. CEVTR \L roiN T . ORBQON
Happening Tlmt Affect the Dinner
Fails, Dividend Checks and Tax
llilis of Every Individual. Nation-
al und Internatio nal I-robieins In
separable from Local Welfare.
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seventh certainly indicated Joy and
jubilation in the Democratic camp.
The party had done what used to be
thought the impossible— where even
popular Administrations usually lose
50 to 60 House seats In the off-year
lections, along with a senator or
actually increased its already
I for the candidates thev elected __w
urked X . „p'po.l.k t h e , 1 n i
Add eggs, chopped onion, broken
mushrooms, melted butter and seas
onings. Stuff lightly Into cavity of
turkey and sew or fasten opening
d“ 'l b ' • '“ «
b^ * . u * " *
. * ° th r trouble lie« in the (act
1Jt l “ e 8rt*ater majority a party has
,he i r®aler «* responsibility. It can t
£ ead obstructionism in case it fails
Now. with the Republicans almost as
° " «' •-
problems U dissension within the
Henry Fletcher, |Chatrman
of the Republic
tee. is a conservative— many of th>
principal Republican Senators such
as Borah. Johnson. Couiens and Mr-
RooseeveH xu"*, I“ “ *! CaP“ #,‘ th<?
ministration will have
, reBult* or take the whole
>r nof 'bowing them
be recalled that when news-
papornten asked Mr Roosevelt foi
some remarks the day after election,
he sn' lled‘ »»id, “ No comment." That
ma> b* ~ been partly due to a fear
of 8eemll>K to crow over v icto r y -
, r *‘ ,,bera>8 of v r y ln * shades
II seems a certainty that
a strong drive will be made to eli-
minate Mr. Fletcher and put a It-
teral In his place— and until the Ro-
Publicans have fought their own In-,
,erna* battles to a finish, no one can
forecast the future of the party with
by^ A D A R r M A Y N
(D A I
pumpkin put through a sieve, and
e n,odf,rn ,rend in lhe holiday one cup and oue-half of light cream
Will Guarantee the Top Mark>'
^ ?* 1*?™ or undiluted evaporated tnilk. Add
elib ° f ° l l u r <la>”
Pl,ue of th< (he ro,!owing ingredients which have
elaborate dinuer requiring days oi
Corriea Bros., Inc.
been sifted together: 1 tbsp flour,
of San Francisco
''t.™! " "
' L, , * cups sugar, V4 tsp salt, Va tsp gin
' * r° “
Thl" ger, ^4 tsp nutmeg, \ tsp cloves.
0 » better H tsp allspice, and 1 tsp cinnamon.
I M N. Pacific Highway, Medfoid
Knowledge of food values and a Stir this mixture and when the su
Phone evenings— llitS-Y
In e a c b b“ ‘
*retty certain that the Free Mining Bulletins
01^11« t T ' h e a H h ?
r'’ U,il’ " gar is completely dissolved, pour in
to pastry-lined pie tins and bake six
Washington D. C.
... ........ - ...... .. m. minutes at 500 deg. Then reduce
ner has become almost impossible to
heat to 300 degrees for thirty min-
the victory has brought big problems his
“ ** mind. ®ven the egurberent Mr.
to the White House and to responB- ar'ey * as Krave when commenting
T R O W B R I D G E
mation on mining subjects, written has tahen its place. However, wild
New England Stuffing
Ible Democratic leadership
Up" n ,he n‘' n,0<Tatl<- sweep.
so as to be of interest and value to *°wl such as pheasant, duck or the
before the election. Demo- . .SOm“ id6a ° f the ^ « “ coming leg- men actually engaged in the indus- w,1d goose will be the center of in-
3 loaves of stale bread
ialative proposals is gained from a
cratlc Chairman Parley asked, as he reoPnt
Everything in Cabinet Work
try, are available free of cost to in- ,erest to many this year. A sug-
1 large onion cut fine
naturally would, ha the people re- thp
hobbles of Congressmen who dividuals applying directly to the Rested menu Is given for the Thunks-
Established in I BOH
1 can mushrooms (broken)
turn democrats to the House and _t,.
will be in the next session. Demands United States Bureau of Mines, at KivinS dinner and recipes will be
V W yW ^N N V W V W V W A ^w X
% cup melted butter
Senate, and offered the opinion that wl„ probab,y bp m, de for
, Washington., according to word re- sen* on request to those of you who
1 tbsp salt
the one big issue at stake was con
Outlay exceeding $15,000.000,000
V* tsp pepper
fidence in Mr. Roosevelt. Mr. Far
Tomato Juice Cocktail
an unprecedented sum. Cash pay sor of mining engineering at Oregon,
Poultry seasoning to taste.
ley went so far as to say just how- ment of the bonus would cost over State college and secretary of the «oast Turkey with New England
E X P E R T
crusts from bread ( these
much majority he would like to see, $2,000,000.000; pubic works, as ad state mining board.
WATCH and JEWELRY
Clace sweet potatoes
may be converted into bread crumbs j
placing it as two-thirds.
Numbers and titles of the avail-
vocated by one Senator, would come
Curled Celery for later use) and cut bread into!
The public went Mr. Farley one to $5,000,000,000; a proposed in able bulletins are, l.C. «611. ‘ Small Creamed onions
At Itepresslon Pricea
15 So. Central Ave.
better. The next Senate will con crease in home loan bonds would run Scale Placer Mining Methods;” l.C. Fresh Cranberry & Orange relish two-inch cubes. Pour enough warm
Pear salad with grated cheese
water over the bread to gotten well 1
sist of 69 Democrats, 24 Republicans to $1,000,000,000, and so it would «748. "Essentials for a Preliminaryi
to make very moist workable mass. 1
and three members of minor parties, go with a dozen similar measures as- Report on a small Lode-Gold Mine!
Milk for children
Coffee for adults j
The next House will contain 321 De- sured of substantial House and Sen-
mocrats, 103 Republicans, and ten ate support. Conservative party and Milling Practices at Small Gold
' ou will notice that rolls are omit-:
members of minor parties.
Then i chieftains are said ,o be frankly eon- f " " “ " “ «* 1 C,
7 "* ^ .
e present fash-
will be 38 Democratic Governors, as eerned over the outlook, and th. MK " " <'h Pr" 1 n,,t‘d « 'a 1**8 Tn‘‘
khf Republicans, one Pro- President
t-resirten, may have ...
d,n" prs- b,,t 'f -Vl our guests or
ag inst eight
to use all
his in- ,a8, " amed is Part onp of a serip* of
ARRANGEMENT» HAVE RECENTLY BEEN COMPLETED
three. Appication for the second and fami,y like them they should be serv-
gressive and one Farmer-labor. As fluence, and perhaps the veto power,
WHEREBY YOE CAN SECERK LOW COST LOANS UNDER
third of the series, yet to he prepar- ed
Butter shaped In hulls or rolls j
a result, the Democratic party con- to keep Congress in check. The be-
THE TERMS OF THE NATIONAL HOUSING ACT DIRECT
ed. could doubtless be made in ad-
a!1 attractive addition to the table,
trols, roughly, 75 per cent of the ma- lief Is that Mr. Roosevelt's own pro-
FROM OUR OFFICE FOR: —
vance. suggests Professor Batcheller. | * Pumpkin Pie is substituted foi
jor elective offices of the nation.
jected program will cosj some $!
Keen interest in mining sub-;ibp once favored plum pudding aud
Now for the Democratic troubles. 000,000,000.
jects is being shown by people in «Pace pie. A favorite pumpkin pie
It has been the unvarying experience
most parts of the state, finds Profes-1 rei'ipe is given below:
that when a party has so great a
Between now end November, 1936
sor Batcheller. He emphasizes that
majority that it need fear no opposi one of the most populor conversa
Pat two eggs, add one cup of
application for these free federal
tion, it breaks up into factions, be tional subjects is hound to be:
luriretins must be made direct to
comes constantly more difficult tc "What about the Repubican Party?"
Washington and not through his of
handle. The reason for that is ob Democratic zealots, echoing the
vious: When ntlther party has much words of Mr. Farley, will say that
SMALL PAYMENTS — LOW COST — NO DOWN PAYMENT
majority, each must hold together in the party is dead;
dead: Republican stal
Wheat and Barley Trials Made
a n d IIEAETY SUOI*
order to adequately do battle with warts will say that it is simply ly- DEFER— Two sacks of Oro wheat
IH H. Central, Med.
the other. The consequence is that *ng fallow, and shows no signs of de- obtained from the Moro Experiment
ANNOUNCE THEIR NEW
Mr. Roosevelt will probably have a cay. The truth probably lies some- station by E. E. Burtner, for trial on
great deal of trouble in keeping re- where between these two extremes. bis farm here produced 37'4 sacks
calcitrant Democrats in line. Many
The Republicans took a terrific 0f wheat, and showed no smut. Mr
The Roy dell niHeliines give »
of those newly elected are small-bore lacing in the last election— so far Burtner also sowed two sacks of Me-
MC D F O B O
politicians who wouldn't have had as carrying offices was concerned loy barley obtained from the station siiti|Msi rapidly and huffed to n
a chance without the New Deal mu- Hut they did get around 46 per cent to provide a clean supply of seed perfeet polish. Surplus cuticle is
glc behind them.
The American of the total vote cast. A party tha* of this variety in Wasco county. It entirely removed. Try this p|eas-
MKDI'OHI)— Turn We*t on MrAadrewi Hoad, « lllocks— I’ lmnc 7
ant. roinfortahle iiitinirure.
people, for the most part, didn’t vote gets as substantial a minority as that produced 25 sacks of clean barley.
T imber P r
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His eyes are his future!
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Then it is too late The two or three pen
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