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wt WW- IS etWT SM&! M-4-M-t $ I $ I Great Oaks from Little Acoms Grow Hope National Bank THE TIME AT HAND! The best sign tor a meat market wa&kiii'B' Numerous customers But Stai T. HOW TO USE THE NEW FLOURS. (By N. D. Foo'l Administration.) Buying wheat flour and other cer eals pound for pound brings us to a consideration of some of these new products. "Corn flour, rice flour, po tato flour, barley nieal—what shall I do with them?" asks the housawlfe. Ilore are some recipes from the O. 6. Food Administration. Wheatless Pie Crust. (Rye, Barley and Rice Flours.) 1 up 1 as on a in 1% cups burley flour powder cup rice flour cup fnt 1 tenspoon suit imp wntor Wheatless Pie Crust. (Rye and Rico Flours.) oups- rye flour 1 teaspoon Mlt JH cups rice flour cup fnt 1 teaspoon linking cup water powder Sift flour, salt and baking powder together cut the fat Into tho. flour mixture. Add the water, mixing and handling as little as possible. Chill until ready to roll. Corn Flour Griddle Cakes. 1H cops corn flour 1 cup sour milk teaspoon «»da 1 egg teaspoon salt 31ft the dry ingredients together, add the mlllc and the beaten egg. Mix well and cook on a hot griddle. The batter must be very thin. Barley Muffins. 1 CUP whole wheat/^ t^imnoon seda. _.ncc y-v. r*m E The best credential any young man can offer is proof of a good savings account. It signifies good habits, ambi tion, thrift and perseverances all worthy characteristics that employers appreciate. A savings account is not only a good character reference, but it is also a good business investment. So decide today not to delay. 3 Why not replace that Carpet with a nice new Rug and get a new piece or two of Fur niture, which will greatly improve the ap pearance ot that room? CALL «NB SEE MYSTOCK We have a nice line on hand to select from, consisting of Parlor, Dining Room, Bed Room and Kitchen Furniture, in the latest styles and finishes. We also handle Rugs, Carpets, Shades, Porctierres, etc. E. D. WASHBURN We endeavor to wait on you just as promptly as possible, The Best Heats, Honest Weights Lowest Prices are worth a short wait occasionally, It never will be longer than is abso lutely necessary at this market /V\eat Market THORSLAND, Proprietor. flour f/i oups Hour milk 1 cup barley meal 1 cm teaspoon salt 2 tablespoon* fat 2 t^obnous baking powaer Sift flour,. barley meal, salt and baking powder. Dissolve soda in little cold water and add to sourmlik Combine) flour mixture and sour milk. Add baatteh egg and melted CM. Babe la lauffia fans la a mofr MBt* OTSA. Why Our Eyes Sparkle. If you should w&tch very closely the eyes of a merry person when you see them sparkle, you would probably no tice that the eyciUls move up and down more often under such condi tions than ordliMUdfy itfid if you know what movhig the eyeHds up and down in front yf tire p'upfl of the eye does you will have your ans\Ver, says the Book of Wonders. Every time the eyelid comes down it releases a little tear, which spreads over the eyeball and washes it clean and bright. It does this every time the eyelid comes down. Now, there is something about being merry which has the effect of making the eyelids dance up and down, and thus every time the lid comes down the ball of the eye is washed clean and bright and gives it the appearance of spark* ling, aa we say.—Brooklyn: Eaglet Zbe von, THE HOPE PIONEER Dope pioneer NORTH DAKOTA PUBLISHING CO. L. J. BOWEN, Editor and Manager SUBSCRIPTION HATES: One Year $2.00 Six Mouths i.oo Kntered at the post office at Hope, North Da cota. ar second clans matter. KDRA. This paper has enlisted with the government in the cause of America for the period of the war SAVE WHEAT FOR SOLDIERS. (By N. D. Food Administration) Whenever wheat flour is used when rye, corumeal, or barley might have been substituted for it either in whole or in part, the wheat is being wasted almost as much as if it were thrown into thq garbage can. At any/ rate it isn't going to feed a soldier as it should. This applies to the making of cakes, puddings and pastry as well as to the making of bread. It Is un fair for any housekeeper to mako these more or less fancy dishes out of all wheat and so use up the flour that her neighbor is carefully saving by sating Victory bread. It is unnecessary on the other hand to give up cakes and puddings alto gether for all of these may be made with combination Hours with only a small proportion ot wheat, or as many ingenious housekeepers have already found, they may be made without any wheat at all as the following recipep shows: 8ponge Cake. eggs teaspoon salt 1 cup angar 1 cup barley flour 1 tublenpoon lorao* Juice, Separate the whiles and yolks of eggs, beat yolks, add lemon juice and sugar, then flour. Fold in well-beat en whites of eggs and bake iu slow oven. SEND WHEAT "OVER THERE." fBy N. D. Food Administration.) There will not be another wheat yop until summer. From now until then every loaf of bread that finds its way "over there" to the home of a worn and burdened mother or into the outstrotolied hands of a hungry child will moan that someone here in America has kept Wheatless Days. That means first of all that no wheat cereals are served at break fast. Do' not serve rolls, muffins, hot cakes, or any kind of bread contain ing wheat flour for this entire day, Most of the so-called War Breads or Liberty Breads have one-half or one third wheat flour. These are meant for other days If you are going to keep Wheatless Days wholly, you must serve no bread on these days with a grain of wheat in it. This is the way I he housekeepers are managing It. For breakfast and lunch or supper they are serving one of the many corn, oatmeal, rice or rye hot breads that require no wheat whatsoever. The two following recipes fill the bill and require very little time for preparation: Oatmeal Biscuits. 1 cup minion I 4 t.nlilps[inoiiK hairing 1 cup rye Hour powder 2 tablespoons flit liquid 1 teaspoon salt Mix the fat. and flour, which has been sifted with the baking powder and salt. Add enough liquid to make a soft dough. Turn on rolling board and roll to about one-half inch in thickness. Cut with a floured biscuit cutter. Bake about 15 minutes. Cornmeal Dodger. 2 cups corn moal cups hotllng 1 twwoon sa't ter 2 tcanpoons fat Pour the boiling water over the other materials. Beat well. When cool, form into thin cakes and bake 30 minutes in a hot oven. MaVes 14 biscuits. SURE CURE. "You'll forget you ever loved within a month." "Not unless you marry me." To get his health ogatn. mi We'd All Do It if We Could. H« spent all his health to get his wealth, And then with might and main He turned around and spent his wealth Why We Fight No.* Because German Lutf of Conquest Menaces in Many Ways Our Very National Existence By CLARENCE I* SPEED Secretary of the War Committee of the Union League Club of Chicago. Any one of the reasons why we are at war with Germany, mentioned In previous articles of this series, would be bufficlent justification for this na tion taking up arms. Only extreme patience, coupled, often, with.complete failure to recognize the seriousness of the German menace to America and the world, kept the United States out of the war for nearly three years be fore it finally decided to join in. In fact justification for war with Ger many existed years before the conflict in Europe was begun. It has been shown that Germany, for years, had been plotting within our borders, encouraging immigrants to became citizens and at the same time remain faithful to the kaiser. She filled our land with spies and agents of disorganization when, to all out ward appearances, relations between America and Germany, were of the most friendly character. From evidence supplied by the Ger mans themselves, it has been shown that Germany's doctrine that might alone is right would menace the very independence of the United States Just as surely as It destroyed that of Ser bia and Belgium, just as soon as Ger many felt herself strong enough tt make a formal attack. German lust of conquest knew no bounds. Events of the last year have proven that Germany, having split the world in half by her creation of a Mitteleu ropa, extending from the Baltic almost to the Persian gulf, was planning to devour the halves separately. The fact that our half (rf the .world was being reserved for dessert was all the more reason why we should enter the war while a part, at least, of the other half was still making resistance. Finally, when the collapse of Russia revealed the fact that Germany was lighting, not a war of self-preserva tion, but one of conquest pure and simple, and that the freedom of the entire world was menaced, any ques tion of why, we are fighting seemed superfluous, The military party ,ln Germany start ed the war because It believed the time ripe for conquest. Proof that ambition, and not consid eration of its own safety, prompted Germany to begin the war is given by the fact that Serbia and" Belgium, two helplesB little nations, were the first attacked. Germany had under no compulsion, signed a solemn treaty to protect the fteutrallty of Belgium. When she branded this treaty "a scrap of paper," she gave proof that all her treaties would be so considered when her in terests demanded. In other words, Germany's invasion of Belgium meant the tearing up of every treaty which existed between Germany and other nations. It was ample justification for America golpg to war at that moment This did not spur America at the time, but Germany's cruelties In Bel glum, surpassing anything ever before known In modern hlsiory, gave further evidence that the world was not safe as long as such a government existed in It. Then came Germany's conduct on the sea. With her battlefleet cravenly seeking shelter behind the defenses of the Kiel canal, Germany sent out her submarines and. began a war on un armed merchantmen. Women and chil dren were her victims. American citi zens by the score went down to death on the Lusltania. The United States made a protest, and Germany promised to mend her ways. This she did, for a time, until she could build a fleet ol bigger and better submarines, and then her pirate- sea warfare broke out with fresh vigor. How could we keep out of war when Germany, after ruthlessly killing our citizens, dellberatley closed the sea to us? German plotters and spies, under the dlreot leadership of the German ambassador to tbls country, worked almost openly, blowing up industrial plants, sinking ships in bur harbors, and menacing railroads and canals. Germany, spurred by successes, openly began to announce plans for disciplining the United States. She scoffed at the Monroe doctrine, and tried to create a German state in tfrazll which, In time would be strong enough to bring about a revolution and overthrow democratic government there. By her huge armaments,. her dlsr* gard of treaties, and her evident re» llance on force alone, Germany was rapidly making the world an unsafe place In which to live, forcing all* oth er nations to adopt the military sys tem, or be at her mercy. The German ambition to force Get* man kultur on the remainder of the world was well exploited. Kultur, to the German mind, was not what- cob tare is to us. It. was the whole Ger man system, of government, of com* mercialism and of life. There was no place for democracy in a world which bore the stamp of German kul tur. If we valued Jtir Dorm of govern* ment, we had to go to war. The fight Which England and France took up from the beginning, and In which Belgium afid Serbia laid down their lives, was America's fight from the first, and America's fight long be fore It began, had America but real ized. Now America does dealize, and America cannot and will not make peace until the Prussian lust for con quest Is curbed and the Prussian mili tary power crushed for all time. wwmirw COULD For NOW! For Sale By Wamberg's Pharmacy STORAGE BATTERIES WE CARRY IN STOCK or can supply on short notice a Gould Starting Battery for any popular make of automo bile. The sam^quality and de pendability which has made Gould Batteries world-famous for snbmarines is guaranteed in the Gould Starting Battery. You can get a Gould Battery immediately. FULLER LAND CO. GARAGE Ford Agents Hope, N. Dak. BUY- SAMS STAMP STAMP Sft* THE BOYS ARB MARCHING BUY BUY BUY sale by j. p. Beckerjeck AMPS! v.