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... KETCHAM BROS: For Fancy and Staple Groceries, Fruits and Vegetables. JUST RECEIVED A new line of ROYAL BLUE Bulk Cof fees20c 25c, 30c and 35c per lb. Also 5-pound cans of GOLDEN ROD Coffee for $1.00. KETCHAM BROS. Celina's Hustling Grocers. Phone 97 The Western Ohio Automobile Co. Su.'cMion to CI P iiE? South MHinSt.. V. H.CONNKK UnKAUC, CKL1NA. OHIO. Ai.ENTS tor K. M. F. "" Tourlnir Vnr-Sil.250. No ne-d of Hiivertl-lna this ,-ar t neownrrs 1 t hit. , k,h.i.ii i hn short lnvt. Minfiuto. Com tlHt at 550. AM Dutrihutor for Mr. Wi lor the Font Mo.lt I- In northern hult of tin- i count-Kunabout, Tournliut and Touring Car, Ac. i I'Tall for Metal and Body l'oli.li for oars, 1'rlc. :iv and .me. J V prepared to KKBI II P. H K I'A 1 K and RK PA I NT OA Its at moderate ,-t. our repair department h-lntf In charm" of Henry blelert, late of fto.ldard-Iayton t'o.. ho l conceded on of the Ix-tt n palr men In 5 Ohio. Knrg in your car ami let ui loo II over If there Is nothing wrort S with It. w- will tell you o. Many a oar la ruined tiy neglect In looking after i the tmall repair. , , a .H. We HI al-o continue uie Milan rcpnir.uri urrruiiuipcnuH-u -1 on by Mr. Conner. V RESIDE) TAFT islature took it up and ottered resolutions to have it ratified. j Even that failed. Although the resolutions were offered three 'days before the legislature re : cessed. and although it is easily ; possible to introduce a resolu tion and pass it at once under WiSllBS" Oil tll8 InCOIUS TaX; suspension of the rules, and al- ; tuougn oilier resolutions were j offered and adopted after the in icouie tax resolutions were put up to President Taft's home leg- 'islature, not one Republican IJv Orwell G. Riddle. j member thereof tried to "hold Columbus. May o.-IIov easy ! the hands of the president" Amendment Evidently Thor oughly Understood. ocratit; minority of the legisla ture of the President's home state. Such failure rests en tirely upon and may bo reason ably regarded as a direct slap at the president by the Republi can majority of the one legisla ture out of all the fourty-six state legislatures in the Union which should support the poli cies of the president's administration. Mrs. Chan. Snyder has gone to Ma rion, lnd., where aha expects to meet relative whom she hai not met in forty yearn. Harry Hoebuok and family, of Wa-pakont-ta, spent a few dayt here with Win. Hoeliui'k and family. Marion ltrown la visiting his sister, Mrs. Hooker, at faiiMing. Henry Ieiat-r, of Speneerville, spent a few day with hi relative, Mn. Khetta tirace. Kil ISlackburn and wife, of Delphoi, spent a few days with S. W. Ilouser and family. Mesdamei Saily Clover and Maud Severns spent a few dayi with John Kelley. Mis Irene Upton is spending this week with friends at Spenrervills. Misses Kernel and Maris Stel.cr are visiting In Lima. GUADALUPE our boys have again taken interest in ball playing and are earnestly prac ticing for the season. The children of this congregation will receive first holy communion on next Sunday, the Mli. Aug. Otte and wife, of Cassella, were visitors here last Sunday. Mrs. Joseph Doermeyer, of Dayton, is visiting her parents and other rela tives here this week. The J. A. Roemef Co. Shoes of proven Quality If you want to be sure of the Shoes you buy you want to be sure and go to ROEMER'S. To invest our name with meaning to make it a name to be trusted has been our daily effort. We have offered only reliable Shoes to the people, and have sold them at such fair prices that to-day we are known to the people as "THE RELIABLE SHOE HOUSE." The only way we can benefit you is by having you come in and pass your own judgment. It's the right thing for you to do before you spend a penny for Shoes. When you're ready to buy' Shoes, remember the Roemer Quality. The J. A. ROEMER Co. Celina's Reliable Shoe Store 00t-000-040-000000000O00- I GIFTS FOR THE GRADUATES Don't worry about what to buy for the Boy or Girl Graduate. Our store is full of appropriate articles at a range In price to suit all, and a selection from our stock is an easy matter. Hero are a few suggestions: For BOYS Watches, Rings, Cuff Buttons, . Scarf Pins, Watch Fobs, Military Brushes, ' Cloth Brushes, Pocket Nail Files and other Novelties in Silver. For GIRLS Watches, Diamond Rings, Broaches, Belt Pins, Cuff Buttons, Bracelets, Hat Pins, Necklaces, Toilet Sets, High School Spoons, Silver Novelties. Our Packages All Graduating Gifts will be neatly hoxed and tied with rlhlmn of tueUlms Oolor. We do everything to make our goods please. Mrs. H. I. SCHUNCK Jeweler and Optician 111 West Fayette St, CELINA, 0. Farms lor Sale Several farms from per acre up. A few good ones at ?5 per acre. Call or address J. V. Hakkins, Portland, lnd., K. I). No. H. really Is a remarkable volume one 1 g'l condition. In fact, this Is one of the n, .1 , : ,,, i ! bent farniH 111 this section. Owner will sac- you will thoroughly enjoy looking rl(U,e ,hl, fBrnl at ,id toon, an through because of its exceeding beau- j owner wlahet to go Into other business. t7 a nil ntiA vnn will finrl verv nrartical Building alone are Insured for H.50U. I'UO' and helpful. Stark 15ros. have ad vised it seems to be for apologists in the service of the g. o. p. bosses to find excuses for the petty do ings or undoings of the g.o.p. peanut politicians. Here, for instance.is the claim that action on the proposed in come tax amendment to the na tional constitution was deferred until ii'-xt session through fear that the present legislature would disapprove it. This ex cuse is attached to the ambigu ous statement that the proposed amendment was submitted to the legislature by Governor Har mon with recommendation for approval. Now look at the plain facts of the case. The income tax amendment became an adopted policy of President Taffs ad ministration when he reccomen-, ded it to Congress last summer and urged its submission to the states for ratification. Ohio is the home state of President Taft. The present Republican legislature of Ohio is. there fore, the Republican legislature of President Taft's home state and would most naturally be expected to be in full accord with the president's administra tion policies. Congress having adopted the proposed amendment and sub mitted it to the states for ratifi cation or rejection, it becomes the duty of every state governor to officially transmit the amend ment to his respective state leg islature whether he personally approves it or not. Governor Hughes of New York, for in stance, in transmitting the pro posed amendment to the legisla ture of New York took occasion to express his disapproval of the proposition. On the other hand, Governor Harmon of Ohio, the Democratic governor in President Taft's own state, in transmitting the president's proposed amendment to the Republican legislature of the president's home state saw fit to express his personal approv al of the proposition. Govern or Harmon was not the petty politician some of his g. o. p. critics try to make him out to be to oppose the proposition mere ly because President Taft favor ed it Did the Republican legisla ture of Ohio come to the presi dent's rescus? Not at all. After waiting three months for some j Republican member to espouse the president's measure, two Democratic members of the leg- to have either of them adopted This is why action on the in come tax amendment goes over to the next legislature. In no sense is such failure to "hold up the hands of the president" due to Democratic opposition by either the governor or the Dem- A New and Interesting Book We aro in receipt of an unusually at tractive circular announcing a very un usual book "The Stark Year Hook for liilu" which Is now being sent out by the Stark Rros.' Nurseries and Orchards Co., the famous nurserymen of Louisi ana, Mo. The book contains 1 16 pages, 32 of which are four color process re productions of fruit in nature's own colors the most natural, like-to-nature illustrations we have ever seen. The other 84 pages are devoted to full de scriptions and prices of the various fruit trees, shade trees, ornamentals, vines, plants, roses, small fruit plants, etc., grown by Stark Bros. Any of our readers who are planning to plant a home orchard or to increase the beauty of their home grounds by planting shrubery, roses or other this spring, should by all means send for the "Stark Year Hook for 1!H0." It us they will snnd this beautiful book to any one interested, on receipt of 7 cents to cover postage. Address them at Louisiana, Mo. tograph of buildings will be sent on request to any one who means lulne; alsoainall farm W Keren, joining this farm can le ImhikIiI at name rate; would go very nicely togethertor can be hougtit separately. Kor further Information as to tlien farms rail on or ndrtreas J. V. LAIRD. Dorset, Ohio. It. D. No. 3. If you want a satisfactory fit, good quality of goods, at a reasonable price, come in and see our spring suits. You will be surprised and pleased. Ot.s hauskn fc Smith. LOCAL BRIEFS Farm forSale Situated in Ashtabula County, O Contains 100 Acres Soil Is sand and gravel loam, very pro ductive and under high state of cultivation, adapted to growing all kinds of grain and fruit. About 15 acres of good beech and maple timber. Land lays practically level. Located In good uelgutHirliood. H mile to school and church, miles of g-od grow ing town of about 12uo Inhabitant. KulUllngs cotiHjst of 12-i'oom houe, .1 barns, tool houses hog house, lee and poul try house and other necessary out build ings; wlud mill for Btoclt. Everything In I When you think of shoes, think of I Koemer'a reliable store. i Miss Jennie Ciast, who has been tak i ing a teacher' course in the art school iat Cincinnati, returned home Wednes day. The contract for building a tool shed for municpal purposes on the lot on Walnut and Warren streets was let to Grant Karr at his bid of $:l :).'). It will be a one-story frame, UO by 40 feet. Farm 113 Acres for Sale. One and one-half mile northeast of Celiana; new barn, good house, good water, well ditched and under good cultivation; reasonable terms. Ad dress P. O. Box L12, Mendon, O., or Phone 45, Mendon. tarkfearoolc Joi-1310 h rtsdy to mall. It will bt Ml to any psrioa kttretMo fruit-growing 00. receipt of 7 etnt to cover postaf . Tht Itark Year Book for 1910 represents an entirely Mir Idea in nurserymen's literature it u work f ut u well as a Cttatopia at Stark Nursery products. Within Its covert are 32 full-pegs lUustradeas el fruht and flowers, representing 175 yarietiet, done in four colors, tad exactly repredudof nature. 84 Beget are dtrotetf to descriptions, prices, and records. Stark Delicious, die apple that hat revolutionized orchard planting and established a new standard at apple values (selling at $10.00 per bushel box this rear); Stark King l)ld. another sddIs of wondrous ouslitv ana merit: otarK lunr ramp, a oarer aiaca grape of California grape quality, and doxent of the Terr best things la the horticultural world art fully described, illustrated, and priced. To aay one planting one tree or many, of fruits or ornamental, this book la of faeitimable ralue a horticultural text-book a guide to proper selection. 8tark trees hare stood the supreme test of actual planting for 85 years they art the yard-stick by which all other nursery products are measured they are tht first choice of thlt country's moit tuecessful orchardiJts. The success of the orchard it dependent oa the kind and quality of tree planted. Stark varieties are the best of the best. Our record of 85 yean of lucccstful selling is a positive guarantee of tree quality. Bifort ysa itcid f buy, tend 7 etnt$ for tit Start Yiar Booh A it today hifort tht iditiom it tthatuttd. Stark Bro's Nurseries and Orchards Co. Loulslaaa. Missouri The Democrat's Musical Offering for the Week UNDER A PICTURE HAT As sung in the big musical production "IN AFRICA" with ADAMS & YORKE Words by E. ModertUo. RAY COETZ Music by MELVILLE J. GIDEON n -- v- -- 1. When a 2. 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