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GGMLAICO NUNZIO, Proprietario Pane Fresco alla Francese Square loaf - Rye bread - Cakes - Pie Si eseguiscono ordinazioni di paste dolci per sposalizi, battesimi, ecc. COMPRATE IL NOSTRO PANE E RISPARMERETE GANARO PULIZIA ESATTEZZA PUNTUALITÀ' Succursale: COLVER - Cambria County IL PATRIOTA * Scarpe da ragazzi Scarpe da bambini nere, bianche, blue e gialle a 25 e 50 soldi al paio. Scarpe da bambini, con suolejll cuoio 50c, 75c. Scarpe per ragazze SI,OO, $1,25, $1,45 Scarpe per giovanette $1,50 $1,75 $2,00 Scarpe solide allacciate da ragazzi 98c. Scarpe solidissime per ragazzi $1,25, $1,50 $2,00 NON BADATE AL PREZZO, CERCATE LA DURATA H. C. CHRISTY & CO. \n\n THE PATRIOT published weekly by 1 THE PATRIOT PUBLISHING CO., ( Office: Marshall Bldg., Indiana, Pa. i i < *. BIAMONTE, Manager & Editor F. SMITH, English Editor. A. L. FRASCOXA, Italian Editor I Entered as second-class matter tifeptember 20, 1914, at the postoffice Indiana, Pennsylvania, under the Act of March 2, 1879. ' SUBSCRIPTION RATES. le year $2.00 l months $1.25 Copy 5c . Local Plume U.">OZ (Continued from Page 1.) ilrom the face of the earth, with no fiace left of any human being, it .prill take months, in all probabili-: ■fer, to take full toll of the upheav 'Jt gl. As telephone, telegraphic anil traffic communications are gradu-1 *ly restored, the tales of sorrow i *re rolling in upon the authorities lawre in such measure that even the most ardent relief activity can scarcely cope with the situation, ft seems now that the effect of the pbock in Rome, great though it Pl&s slight in comparison to fiie result in the province to the Korth, the east and the south. Na jples felt the shock and far to the jqprth Florence and Bologna quiv ered in their turn. In the district surrounding Sul n.ona, southeast of Aquilla, there was extensive damage done and ■dimerous victims are reported. fThe towns of Popoli, Roecaeasale, Ralano, Vittorito, Pentina, Prato 1A Poligna, Prezza, Roccapia, Pot ilorano, Anversa and other places j*re in ruins. Scano sends word of 20 dead and many hurt, with t fiie probability of the casualties increasing. Village has been al most leveled and Frattura is scarcely in existence now V - La FARMERS BANK d'lndiana UNA DELLE PUT VECCHIE E PUT FORTE BANCHE BELLA CUNTEA D'INDIANA FONDATA IN EL ISTO j . H§ll Paga il 4 per 100 sui depositi. Rilascia libretti o checks. Si ac cetta qualsiasi ammonto da $l.OO in sopra. Se volete deposi tare il frutto del vostro lavoro in un luogo sicuro, venite fi duciosi da noi. Noi vendiamo bigliettida e per tutte le parti del mondo. Si spedisce danaro col miglior cambio del giorno. POTETE FARE I VOSTRI AFEARI PARLANDO LA VOSTRA LINGUA _ • *4 List of Letters Remaining uncalled for in the In diana postoffice January 9, 1915: Kate C. Andre, Miss Mary By ers, Miss Anna Clark, Miss Helen Davis, Mrs. Sarah Fleming, Mrs. Samuel Henry, 11. R. Johnston. Mrs. S. L. Kinter, John Lydick. (13th street), Miss Teellie Mcllen ry, Andrew McNary, Robert Me i'helney, Mrs. Mary Peddicord. Miss Luella Stahlschmidt, C. E. Stears, Paul Stucjiul. When inquiring for letters in ' this list please state that they wer; this list, please state that they' were advertised, giving date. HARRY W. FEE, P. 51 ; A Suicide Just After Engagement Is Public V, illiam Hart, thirty-nine whose engagement to Miss Mary Speedy, i daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clark : Speedy, of Conemaugh township, j Indiana county, was announced a j fortnight ago, committed suicide in the basement of the store which he conducted with his brother John Ilart, of Clarksburg. The Hart family is one of the best known families in the southwest ern part of Indiana county. 11l health is believed to have been the cause. Hart's body was found hanging in the basement of the store by his brother. Octogenarian Is Dead Near Indiana. William Pearson, aged eighty two, a native of England, died at the home of his son, William, Jr., Wednesday following a stroke of apoplexy. For a number of years he resided at Indiana. In addition to the son at whose home he died he is survived by the following children: Mrs. James Jones, of Iselin; Mrs. David Jones, of Mor ris Run; Mrs. Clark Henry, of Cumberland; Mrs. William Lewis and John Pearson, of Windber. and Frank Pearson, of Chicago. Indiana Veteran Is Suddenly Stricken Jacob Ilarshberger. seventy-six. who served during the Civil war in Company G, One Hundred and Fifth regiment, P. V. 1., is dead at suddenly stricken with apoplexy 1 is home in Indiana, having been on Wednesday. He is survived by three sons, Elmer, of orth Mahon-1 ing township; William, of Greens burg, and Alvey, at home, and by three sisters. Mrs. Andrew Gailey. of Indiana; Mrs. Aaron Thomas, of Holsopple, and Mrs. Leali Ed minston, of Ruffsdale. On Tuesday Mr. Ilarshberger was a pallbear er at the funeral of a comrade. George Hamilton. Evening Papers Advance. All the Pittsburg evening pa pers, Chronicle Telegraph, Leader. Press and Sun. will be two cents a copy, instead of one cent, after February 1. The raise is made nee essarv by the constant increase in ! the expense of publishing newspa pers. i Mail Carrier Injured. Israel Fleming, of Indiana, a ru ral mail carrier, was seriously in- 1 jured at the Metz farm in Center township, when his horse became frightened at a dog which leaped over the fence and made a dash for the carrier's rig. The horse v\ as badly hurt and the buggy de molished. The best stores advertise in "The Patriot."