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Ufficio al 3.0 piano
Saving and Trust Bldg. INDIANA. PA.
Ore d'ufficio: Dalle 8 a. m. alle 5 p. m.
~ 7 p.m. ~ Bp.ni.
VISITE GRATIS
INDIANA INVITA INDUSTRIE
[GRANDE LIQUIDAZIONE
Adesso viene (a finale cerica della GRANDIOSA UENDITA DEL MULINO* che
noi abbiamo mai avuta. Per questo successo noi vi ringraziamo.
Quei che ci rimane in negozio viene per questa occasione venduto A PREZZI f
Di UERA LIQUIDAZIONE.
I VESTE SPECIALI
UESTI UALUTATE SINO A $8.98 UESTI UALUTATE SINO A $4.98
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Per apprezzare il valore, la finezza ela bellezza Queste veste assortiti che noi abbiamo in ma
di queste vesti ed anche rastortimento, voi dovete gazziuo, le offriamo per una frazione della meta'
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ispezionarle. Vengono fatte su vari modelli. Prezzo sul prezzo reale. Occasione unica. Prezzo
speciale i speciale
$379 1 $199
Una vetrina piena di Veste e Giacchetti
Tutte le Signore d'lndiana parlano di questa famosa mostra di Giacchette e Veste che fino a poco tempo
fa sono state vendute a $l.O e, che ora, in occasione di questa grande liquidazione, possiamo metterle in
vendita, a soli ,
$3.33
UESTE LAUABILI 99c GRAZIOSE UESTI A 69c : r
Queste Veste lavabili a prezzo di concorrenza. Non esageriamo col dire che queste Vesti sono
sono adattatissime per quelle!.signóre'che desiderano veramente? ' -graziose,, poiché' ,lo abbiamo sentito
una Intona Vesta per le faccende domestiche. Fino , ripetere più volte da molte signore che si sono fer
ad ora le abbiamo vendute a f2.41) ? ora possiamo mate ad ammirarle nel nostro negoziti Vendute
venderle© sino a.Sl.Git, oggi ! ! ° 0
99 c 69c
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Tovaglie di lino valutate 39c ora 25c Refine per lumi a gas in tutte le forme fßq'O
Lenzuole speciali misura 81x90 OGc Lenzuole ' Standard,, • 39c
Lucidi per le scarpe le Sveglie '-.American., garantite ! ; 49 c
Rocchetti di filo in tutti i colori 314° Fadali da donna 3P C
Spazzolini per denti da sc, lOc, 19c, 25c Coperte da letto, bianche (jp c
Acqua "Sanitoh, da toilette 19c Giacchetti pir casa * "• 29c
Fiammiferi, una dozzina di scatole • 5c .Peroxigono e- Idrogeno lbdz <j c
Gomma (Chewing-G uni) da 5c al pacchetto ora 2 1 Giarrettiere per bambini (; c
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ore 8 a.m. _ ■■ s comprare
sss. al BON - TOH . .-ssi
sino alle 10 P.m. MIGLIOR NEGOZIO D'INDIANA | sottostante
Si spedisce denaro in , \ Tratte, vaglia.
parte del fr <J. \ 1 tutte le citta 1 del mon
mondo con la massima ~ do, dando il migliore
e puntila- r . i- 3* sconto della giornata.
mfir Vendiamo
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su tutte le linee jj. l!Ì^;i America Cen-^L
IFARMERS BANK OF INDIANA, PA.
Fondata nel IST<3
w Capitale versato e Surplus $440.000 4
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| INDIANA, PA. j
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H. B. Neal. M. D.
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THE PATRIOT
published weekly by
THE PATRIOT PUBLISHING CO.
Office: Marshall Bldg. Indiana. Pa.
F. BIAMOXTE, Manager
F. SMITH, Engli>h Editor
G. PALERMO, Italian Editor.
SUBSCRIPTION RATES
One year . . . . $2.00
Six months .... $1.25
One Copy 5c
TFFE PATRIOT
QUESTIONS THAT
A GOOD CITIZEN
SHOULD KNOW.
D. Have you read the Constitution
of the United States?
R. Yes.
D. What form of Government is
this ?
R. Republican.
D. What is the Constitution of the
United States?
R. It is the fundamental law of this
country. r .
D. Who makes the laws of the
United States?
R. The Congress.
D. What does Congress consist of?
R. Senate and House of Representa
tives.
D. Who is the chief executive of the
United States?
R. President.
D. For how long is the President of
the United States elected?
R. 4 years.
D. Who takes the place of the Presi
dent in case he dies?
R. The Vice President.
D. What is his name ?
R. Thomas R. Marshall.
D. By whom is the I'resident of the
United States elected?
R. By the electors.
D. Fy whom are the electors
i.C v. U .
R. By the people.
D. Who makes the Uws for the
Slate of Pennsylvania?
R. The Legislature.
D. What does the Legislature con-
sist of?
R. Senate and Assemblv.
D. How many States in the Union ?
R. 48.
D. When was the Declaration of
Independence signed?
R. July 4, 1776.
D. By whom was it written?
R. Thomas Jefferson.
D. Which is the capital of the
United States?
R. Washington.
, D. Which is the Capital of the State
of Pennsylvania ? <
ft. Harrisburg.
.D. How many Senators has each
State in the United States Senate?
' R. Two. i;
' D. By whom are they elected?
R. By the people.
D. For how long?
R. 6 years.
D. How many representatives are
there? , .
SR. According to the population one
to every 30,000.
D. For how long are they elected?
! R. 2 years. 1
D. How many electoral votes has
j the State of Pennsylvania ? ;
! j R. 34.
D. Who is the chief executive of
the State of Pennsylvania?
R. The Governor.
D. For how long is he elected?
R. 4 years.
ID. Who is the Governor?
I R. Tener.
D. Do you believe in organized gov
ernment?
, R. Yes.' < n: . !
D. Are you opposed to "organized
< government?
R. No.
D. Are you an anarchist?
k. No.
D. What is an anarchist?
R. A person who does not believe in
organized government.
D. Are you a bigamist or poliga
mist ?
R. No.
■I D. What is a bigamist or poliga
mist ?
<r R. One who believes in having more
i. than one wife.
D. Do you belong to any secret So
i ciety who teach to disbelieve in or
ganized government?
M R. NO.
D. Have you ever violated any laws
of the United States?
R. No.
, D. Who makes the ordinances for
the City?
R. The Board of Aldermen
D. Do you intend to remain per
* manently in the U. S.?
R. Yes.
—. — 9
Notaries Public.
* Notaries public are said to have had
their origin in a class of men appoint
ed by the early Christian bishops to
! collect the acts or memoirs of the
4 martyrs of the first century. The office
was afterward changed to a legal em
ployment, such as the attesting of
deeds and other writings, so as to
establish .their authenticity in any other
country.—New York American.
Odors and Germs.
„ The odor of cloves has been known
to destroy microbes in thirty-five min
utes; cinnamon will kill some species
| in twelve minutes, thyme in thirty
five minutes. in forty-five minutes
common wild verbena is found effec
tive. while the odor of some geranium
flowers has destroyed various forms
of microbes in fifty minutes. The ea
senee of cinnamon is said to destroy
• the typhoid fever microbe in twelve
minutes and is recorded as the most
effective of all odors as an antiseptic.
It is now believed that flowers which
are found in Egyptian mummies were
: placed there more for their antiseptic
properties than for merely ornamental
or sentimental purposes.
; PUBLIC NOTICE OF APPLICA
TION FOR CHARTER
In the Court of Common Pleas for
the County of Indiana.
• , . a. . - , -i <i> 41
No. 214 September Term. 191 I
-— 1
! Notice is hereby given that an
! application wiU he made to Jim
said Court on Monday. •September
21, 1914. at I:3U o'clock P. M. Un- t
der ''An Act to provide for 11ft* 1
incorporation and regulation of
certain Corporations" approved
April 21), 1874, and its supple
ments, by D. L. Triinzd. James A.
Lianco, Gaspero Cardainone. A.
i R. Formica, Sal vat ore Pizzafer
! rata, William F. Gatti. Abraham
Fallow, Louis Peeora, Donato Sta
| bile, Joe Riggi, Pictro lannuzzi i
and Domenico Marrone for the
Charter of an intended Corpora
tion to be called ''( IIRISTO
! PIJER COLFMHUS MFTFAL
AID SOCIETY OF ITALIANS!
| OF lIOMER CITY, PA." (Delia!
Soeieta Italiana Christoforo Co
lombo di Mutuo Soceorso di Ho
mer City, Pa.), the character and
object of which is to furnish aid.
help and assistance to the mem
bers of the society in case of sick
ness. death or distress, to elevate
their civil, moral and social stand
ing and to disseminate general
knowledge among them, and for
these purposes to have, possess
and enjoy all the rights, benefits
and privileges conferred by the
said Act and its supplements
thereof.
The proposed Charter is on tile
at the Prothonotarv's Office.
PEELOR & FEIT,
Solicitors.
The Thumb.
The thumb is very powerful It is
stronger than al> the fingers'' put to
gether. * *
A City of Changes.
Cattaro. the Austrian sea gate of '
Montenegro, was held by Montenegro
once for a little time. Montenegro ac
quired it in 1813 with the aid of a Brit
ish squadron. Any inhabitant of Cat
taro ..who was contemporary with the
rise and fall of Napoleon must often '
have had to pause and think what '
country he belonged to, for, having
been Venetian for centuries, Cattaro 1
became Austrian by the treaty of 1
Campo Formio and Italian in 1805 by
the peace of Pressburg. It was ab
sorbed in the French empire in 1810 1
and wrested from it in 1813, and final
ly in 1814 Russia compelled Monte- 1
negro to give it up to Austria. ]
i
The Navel Orange.
The first we know of the navel
orange, which is very valuable not
only on account of its fine quality and
taste, but also because, of ij.s being
seefHeSs*. is of a single tree that was
found arrowing on the northern shore
of the Mediterranean sea. This was
about the .rear 15R5. Grafts of this
tree were taken to Spain by the Moors
several hundred years aj£o, and ftdrn
Spain the troths were carried to South
America \>y tlje Spaniards.—St. Nicho
las.
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Liquid Measurp.
Jim Snedecbr had been .'elected jus
tice of the peace, and he judged that
his office required a silk hat. The only
oife in town was the parson's, and be
fore bp went up to the city .Jim bor
rowed it one afternoon to get a notion
iof bis size. It fitted film. In the city
store he told the clerk that he aimed
to get a silk hat.
"\\ hat size, sir?" asked the clerk.
""Well." said Jim. "you'd better
gimme the three quart size, young
| man."—New York Post.
The Word "Wallop."
The origin of the familiar vernacu
lar verb 'to wallop" is not generally
known. It comes from the family
name of the earls of Portsmouth. Sir
John Wallop. K. G.. was admiral com
mander in the reign of King Henry
VIII. of the fleet which avenged
French raids by burning French ships
and twenty-one French villages. This
was called, in the current parlance of
the times, "walloping" them, and the
phrase passed into the language and
still survives.
Won't Go.
"George Washington, you know, mar
ried a widow."
"So did I."
"He never told a lie."
"I find it's no use to tell 'em to wid
ows." — Kansas City Journal.
Plenty of It.
'Tou can't fool ail the people all of
the time." ,
"No. Still,• the folks who get up the
easy mark lists don't seem to have any
trouble about securing material."—Se
attle Post-Intelligencer.
Ermine.
Erinine, contrary to the general be
lief. cleans well and Is an exceedingly
durahl fur
Economical.
It is told of an Aberdeen miser that
he eats his meals in front of a mirror
because it douhles the dishes. 1
Spoiled Her Trip.
"Then your wife didn't enjoy her
trip to Niagara?"
"No. The minute she saw that rush
ing water she began to wonder if she
hadn't come away from home and left
a faucet running."—Pittsburgh Post

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