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The next examination for Teach ers' Elementary Certificates will be held at the Court House in Williston on the Second Thursday and Friday of August, August 8-9, 1918. The program is as follows: FOR FOURTH GRADE CERTIFI CATES (Second Elementary) THURSDAY FORENOON Reading Rules 8:80 to 8:40 Preliminary 8:40 to 9:00 Arithmetic 9:00 to 10 30 Civic^f!:..... 10:80 to 12:00 THURSDAY AFTERNOON U. S. History 1:30 to 2:30 Georgraphy 2:30 to 3:30 Grammar 3:80 to 5:00 FRIDAY FORENOON Spelling 8:30 to 9:00 Pedagogy 9:00 to 10:S0 Reading 10:30 to 12:00 FRIDAY AFTERNOON Physiology and Hygiene..l:30 to 3:00 Agriculture 3:00 to 4:30 PMly Grk Wotder fiil err LOOK THESE OVER and we think you'll agree that it's Some Program Friday ahd Saturday, August 2nd and 3rd. Jewel Production Inc. present The Picture Classic of the Season Sirens of the Sea —Also— Wm. S. Hart in "Mr. Nobody" A splendid Two Reel Hart Feature. Two Big Features—No Increase in Prices. Special Orchestra Music Friday Night. Monday and Tuesday, August 5th and 6th Special Return Engagement on The World's Biggest Motion Picture FOR THIRD GRADE CERTIFI CATES First Elementary THURSDAY FORENOON Reading Rules 8:30 to 8:40 Preliminary 8:40 to 9:00 American Literature ....9:00 to 10:30 Botany 10:30 to 12:00 THURSDAY AFTERNOON Elementary Algebra 1:30 to 3:30 Plane Geometry 3:30 to 5:00 FRIDAY FORENOON Physics 8:30 to 10:30 Psychology 10:30 to 12:00 FRIDAY AFTERNOON Manual Training -1:30 to 3:00 Domestic Science .3:00 to 4:30 Examinations will begin each day promptly at 8:30 A. M. The Race Between Auto and Train. uLL The Thrilling Fox Hunt. The Blood Tingling Auto Disaster. The Terrible Railroad Wreck. —Also— Allies' Official War Review Latest News of the War in Motion Pictures. Prices 25 and 25c—Symphony Orchestra. Wednesday and Thursday Aug. 7th.-8th. Wm. S. Hart in "The Preacher" and "The Bandit" A big six reel feature directed by Thos. H. Ince, the master producer. Coming Soon—Life of the Younger Bros! and Tarzan of the Apes. Orpheum Theatre Anna M. Peterson, Co. Supt. of Schools. Miss Pearl Clark of Missouri Ridge is suffering from a fractured ankle received when she was thrown from a horse. Three Stars HOUSEWIFE SHOULD REALIZE THE VALUE OF HER TIME Efficiency is the watch word of the industrial world. Every effort is made to make every minute count. For time represents money. This same spirit of efficiency is reaching into the home. The housewife is advocating and practicing time saving methods. Her time is as valuable and often more valuable to herself, her family and her community—outside of the kitch en than in it. The up-to-date house wife employs up-to-date methods. She does a piven task in the best pos sible manner in the shortest possible time. She eliminates the necessity of doing the same thing twice- to pain the desired results. Where this kitchen efficiency Tules—you usually find Calumet Baking Powder because Calumet is efficient. It is positive in results. It never fails. There are no rebakings. No "double tiim?" for the housewife. Its dependable action cuts baking time down to a minimum. Allowing the housewife more time to herself. Still there is another way in which Calumet relieves the house wife from bake day duties. It enables her to use one batch of dough for two bakings. She can work up a pan of dough, use part of it for a baking for the evening meal and set aside the balance in the ice box for breakfast biscuits. In the morning she saves the time other baking powders re quire—as the dough they are used in must be baked imitaediately. Where as Calumet retains its leavening strength until exposed to oven heat. The millions of housewives who use Calumet save hours of baking time, any many dollars in bake day costs as the unfailing leavening strength of Calumet does away with all buke day waste of baking materials. RHODES SCHOLARSHIP EXAM INATIONS The Rhodes Trustees in London an nounce, thru the American Secretary and the Local Committee of Selec tion, that they have, after careful consideration, for the same reasons which influenced them to take this course last year, decided to postpone the selections for all the Rhodes Scholarships which would normally have been made during the present year but they have also decided that candidates who are eligible this year will be held to be qualified whenever the selections for the Scholarship are made. The qualifying examination will be held in all states where there are. can didates on October 1 and 2 this year. For North Dakota this examination will be given at the University, in Grand Forks, and candidates expect ing to present themselves for it should notify the chairman of the Commit tee of Selection for this state, Presi dent Thomas F. Kane, University, N. D., on or before September 12, 1918. Work or Fight Instructions to draft boards were issued this week explaining and amplifying the "work or fight" or der, under which all men of draft,age regardless of their present classifica tion, must engage in employment held to be productive ,or join the army, Among those under this or der put in the non-productive class, and who are liable to immediate in duction into the military service, are: those engaged in sports or other amusements, clerks and clerical work ers, those engaged in serving food or drink, passenger elevator operators, footmen, carriage openers, and other attendants in clubs, hotels, stores and apartment houses. As a result of the call by Congress for a report from the heads of the government depart ments as to the number of young men of draft age who were being ex empt from Class 1 by reasAn of their employment, several hundred exemp tions have been revoked. It was found that three hundred fifty men within the draft age were in the service of the Navy Department. XOTIC'K OF RKU. ESTATE MORT fiACiE FORECLOSURE! SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN. That that certain mortgage made, executed and delivered by James Q, Jennings, and Ida P. Jennings, his wife, of the County of Nelson, and State of North Dakota, Mortgagors, to Thomas J Baird, of the County of Nelson, and. State of North Dakota, Mortgage*, dated February 1st, 1909, and flled for record in the office of the Register or Deeds of the County of Williams, and I State of North Dakota, on February 19th 1909, at 11:66 o'clock A. M., In Book "7" of Mortgages, on Page 591 which said mortgage was thereafter assigned by said mortgagee to W. J. Russell, and thereafter assigned said W. J. Russell to F. A. Schroeder. as Document Number 1S0207, and fllea for record in the office of the Register of Deeds, Williams County, North Da kota, on April 13th, 1918, at 9:10 o'clock A. M., in Book "161" of Mortgages,' will be foreclosed by. a sale of the premises in such mortgage, and here inafter described, at the front door or the Court House, in the City of Willis ton, County of Williams, and State of North Dakota, on the 9th day of Sep tember, A. D. 1918, at two o'clock F. M., The premises described in such mort gage, and which will be sold to 8aV»?" fy the same are real estate in, tne County of Williams, and State of North Dakota, described as follows, to-wlt: Lots One and Two, and the South Half of the Northeast Quarter of Sec tion One, in Township One Hundred Fifty-eight North of Ran«e Ninety-six West of the Fifth Principal Meridian. There will be due on such mortgage on the date of sale the sum of Fifteen hundred sixty two and 66-100 Dollars, unci costs of foreclosure. Dated this 30th day of July, A.. D. 1918. C. C. Maek^nroth. Sheriff of Williams County. N. Dak. John .1. Murphy & Ivan V. MetKger, Attorneys for F. A. Schroeder, Mort-gagee's Assignee, Williston, N. Dak. 7-«t. FOR SALE—Scratch pads at the Graphic office. 7c pound. 50-tf. LIST YOUR LAND and houses and lots for sale with H. V. Smith. 52. FOR SALE—One 32 54 J. I. Case Separator in good condition. H. V. Smith, Williston, N. D. 2-tf. FOR RENT—Three room furnished house, close in. $16.00 per month. Call at Graphic. 7tf. FOR SALE—Boxes and barrels, call at Anderson's Hardware Bldg. Now Greene's Variety Store. East Broad way, Williston. 49. WANTED—Small cash register at onoe. What have you to offer. Write or call at Foster's Cash Gro cery, Williston, N. D. 6-tf. FOR SALE—One 1916 Studebaker touring car, five passenger in best of condition. Bargain for one who wants a good car. Auto owners, care of Graphic. 5Q-tf. WANTED— Solicitors for subscrip tions for a live county paper. Good chance for school boy or girl to make big money during vacation. Good commission. Address P. O. box 209, Williston, N. D. 50-tf. A Food Not a Luxury Ice Cream is a Food not a Luxury. It is healthful and pleasing on these hot summer days. Give more of it to the children for their lunch instead of heavy foods. Our cream is pure and of high standard. Made from the best cream to be found in Williams County. Brick Ice Cream made up in your favorite color "and Flavor. Fresh Frtiit and Home Made Candies Always on Hand. —The— Paris Confectionary Williston N. Dak. "Gern-Lsss Day" for Fxt, Ewy Day VM ths Great Corn Di» omry! Hakes Corns Peel Bifht Off! Look at the illustration below. 8m the two Angers peeling off a corn as though it were a banana peel! And the man is smiling while he's doing it! All done painlessly. Joyfully. The moment "Pets-It" touches a corn or callus the growth is doomed. It takes but two sec onds to apply "Gets-It. The corn oaln eased at once. Tou can eit i? vour desk or walk about, dance, think love and work with absolute SMT TOU can apply "Gets-It" con veniently almost anywhere where yiu can take your shoe and •tock inK off for a moment or two. "Gets It* dries at once then PutJL®,j£."h2S and stocking on back again. There no further excuse for suffering from corns and corn-pains. the guaranteed, money® corn-remover, theonly sure way. coats but a trill® at any "Jjys MTd by B. Lawrence ft Co. .Chicago, 111. Sold in Williston and recommended lis the world's best corn remedy by Erick Kather and Williston Drug Co. WANTED—work by the hour wash ing, cleaning, etc. Will take in wash ing. Call Mrs. Slingsby, 423 8lh Ave. West. 5-2tp. LOST—One light grey horse, 11 yrs. old, weight about 1150. Long bushy tail, dark iron grey legs. Lost 11 miles N. W. of Williston. Finder no tify V. R. Moser, Williston,. N. D. 50-tf. "Hotel Dyckman is Minneapolis' newest downtown fireproof-hotel, 300 rooms, each room has its own private bath. Rates $1.75 to $3.50 per day. 39-tf. FOUND—Grey baby go-cart in yard n2nd Ave. West. Owner can have same by calling at this office and paying for this adv. 52-tf ROOMS FOR RENT—Have rooms -for rent in modern house. Call at 618 first avenue east or phone 162 Black. 42-tf. the Public Ads inserted in columns at lc per word. ior less than 20c. Williston Telephone Directory will go to press August 3) 1918 For changes in listing or for advertising space notify Managers Office IMwestern TeiepiwDe Exchange Conpaiy A delightful and a healthful food for old and young. Made in our sanitary factory and of the highest possible standard. Stop into our shop the next time you are down town and try one of our sundaes. Made of our delicious ice cream and topped with fresh fruit or nuts of your favorite flavor. Take some of the ice cream home to the children, its cooling and healthful for them during the warm weather. Homemade candies always on hand. Made in our own factory here in Williston of the purest ingredients possible. Fresh fruit and berries at the lowest prices' THE PALACE CONFECTIONARY The Home of Pure Confections Williston N. Dak. FOR SALE—Diamond willow, ash and Box Elder fence post* for sale •i Wheelers barn. Also wood deliv ered tfe.any part of the- city. C. B. Wheeled 39-tf. WISCONSIN FARM LANDS BRING YOUR FLOCKS AND HERDS to Douglas County, Wiscon sin, where there is plenty of good feed until. November. We have a few solid sections^ of fairly open clay loam land, well-watered and with good grass that we offer at low prices and on easy terms. These lands are near Duluth and Superior and on or near good roads- The ideal location for sheep and' cattle raising. Come and see what others are doing in this dis trict, FARMERS LAND & CATTLE COMPANY, Globe Building, St. Paul, Minn. 6-2tp. Mr. and Mrs. N. E. Ellsworth and children Returned home* Saturday evening after spending a week at Stanley visiting relatives.