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Leggete il "Patriota,, Punico giornale bilingue nella Penn'a .^n La FARMERS BANK d'lndiana UNA DELLE PIÙ' VECCHIE E PIÙ' FORTE BANCHE DELLA CONTEA EDÌNDIANA FONDATA NEL 1876 Paga il 4 per 100 sui depositi. Rilascia libretti o checks. Si ac cetta qualsiasi ammonto da SI.OO in sopra. Se volete deposi tare il frutto del vostro lavoro in un luogo sicuro, venite fi duciosi da noi. • / Noi vendiamo biglietti da e per tutte le parti del mondo. Si spedisce danaro col miglior cambio del giorno. POTETE FARE I VOSTRI AFFARI PARLANDO LA VOSTRA LINGUA CREEKSIDE BAKERY DOMENICO NCitIZIO, Proprietario Pane Fresco alla Francese Square loaf - R}'e bread * Cakes - Pie Si eseguiscono ordinazioni di paste dolci per sposalizi, battesimi, ecc. COMPRATE IL NOSTRO PANE E RISPARMERETE DANARO PULIZIA ESATTEZZA PUNTUALITÀ' Succursale: COLVER - Cambria County tt " " g Avvocato in Cause Civili e Criminali Giudice di Pace ' r: Ufficio al Marshall Building iriCARPENTER AVE. INDIANA. PA.i Telefoni: Bell-Looal Vw- • K* v* vfxì * v- v>* -w*w * R. W. Wehrle <& Co. Gioiellieri ed Ottici i \ Casa fondata nel 1847 Vendita di orologi Si eseguiscono Riparazioni Grande Vendita = - di Sarpe sia a questa sera 23 Gennai Scarpe da miniera solide i; Scarpe solide per ragazzi I gialle o nere $1.95 i| 98 soldi Scarpe fine per donna ji Scarpe di suola per ragazze da $2.95, .2.65, 2.00, 1.00 j: 95 soldi ÌU®IMME H. C. CHRISTY & CO. \n\n (toil ill u Good D. Have you read the Constitution erf the United States ? R. Yes. D. What form of Government is fftus? R. Republican. D. What is the Constitution of the United States? R. It is the fundamental law of this country. D. Who makes the laws of the kited States? R. The Congress. D. What does Congress consist of? R. Senate and House of Representa tives. 1 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 ? SL Thomas R. Marshall. D. By whom is the I*resident of the 1 United States elected ? SL By the electors. D. By whom are the electors •totted? R. By the people. IX Who makes the It ws for the j fete of Pennsylvania? X. The Legislature. D. Wkat does the Legislature con *©f? 1L Senate and Assemblv. D. How many States in the Union? S. 48. D. When was the Declaration of independence signed? 3. July 4, 1776. IX 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 Pennsylvania? X. Harrisburg. D. How many Senators has each j In Should Km. State in the United States Senate? R. Two. D. By whom are they elected? R. By the people. D. For how long? R. 6 years. D. How many representatives ar there ? R. According to the population ont to every 30,000. D. For how long are they elected? R. 2 years. D. How many electoral votes' ha. the State of Pennsylvania? R. 34. D. Who is the chief executive oi the State of Pennsylvania? R. The Governor. D. For how long is he elected? R. 4 years. D. Who is the Governor? R. Tener. D. Do you believe in organized gov ernment? R. Yes. D. Are you opposed to organized j government? ! R. No. D. Are you an anarchist? R. No. D. What is an anarchist? R. A person who does not believe i organized government. D. Are you a bigamist or poliga mist? R. No. D. What is a bigamist or poliga* mist? R. One who believes in having mor* than one wife. D. Do you belong to any secret So ciety who teach to disbelieve in or ganized government? R. No. D. Have you ever violated any laws of the United States ? R. No. D. Who makes the ordinances fox the City? R. The Board of Aldermen. D. Do you intend to remain per manently in the U. S.? ii. Yes. I iP>\ / £ J r published weekly by :E PATRIOT PUBLISHING CO., Tice: Marshall Bldg., Indiana, Pa. \ BIAMONTE, Manager & Editor F. SMITH, English Editor. A. L. FRASCONA, Italian Editor Entered as second-class matter eptember 26, 1914, at the postoffice u Indiana, Pennsylvania, under the ! \ct of March 3, 1879. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. I e year .. . $2.00 c months - .*. . . $1.25 j le Copy 5c Local Phone 250Z THE F\TRK A Famous Warhorss. The foliowiug Inscription uinrfcs ib grave at Stratbtieldsayeef Wellington's famous charger. Copenbngen. which died in 1535 at the ripe old age of twen ty-seven. This charger was buried with military Donors: God's humble Instrument, though meaner i clay. Should share the glories of that glorious day Copenhagen, it might be mentioned, was the grandson of the mighty Eelipsf. ! and Wellington paid £4OO for him. powers of endurance were marvelous "1 rode him." said Wellington, "at the battle of Waterloo from 4 in the morn ing until midnight. If he fed it was in the standing com and as I sat in the •addle."—London Globe.