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GLI UOMINI D'AFFARI D'OGGI
Pagano buon salario ai loro
datillografi, contabili ed assisten
ti di ufficio, ma loro debbon essere
competenti. Nella nostra scuola
si da' istruzione individuale tutti
i giorni e quando il graduato e'
competente riceverà' un buon sa
lario.
Corso completo in Inglese tutti
i rami commerciali. Catalogo gra
tis dietro richiesta.
60—Piano—Lincoln Bldg.
Telefoni—Bell 269. J. City 1352.
Johnstown, Fa.
Accorrete Tutti alla
Nostra Grande Vendita
I Vestiti per uomini e ragazzi
| per la meta' del costo
| VENITE SABATO E
IRISPARMIERETE ij
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Il nuovo Sheriff
Harry A. Boggs
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AVF. W. h. LI&GETT, NUOVO DISTR TT6RNEV
Regali per Tulli
Abbiamo un grande assor
timento di gioielli come oro
logi. anelli con diamanti,
braccialetti, catene ecc. Fate
il regalo ai vostri amici per
Natale. Vendiamo tutto ga
! rentito.
S. ROSENBURG.
Gioielliere
Clyraer, Penn a.
| VENANGO Oli & SUPPLV CO.
Si INDIANA, PA. .
QJ
H Patronizzate l'industria del vostro
fi paese.
Q Usate Olio. Gassolina e Grassi del
la rinomata compagnia produttrice
fi
t Da vendersi a buon mercato
fi
jv Un tamburo, una grancassa ed al*
D tri istrumenti. Per informazioni ri
u
jj volgersi al nostro Ufficso
l SI Cercano
s
bj Si cercano 3 carpentieri con retri-
S buzione a seconda dei meriti. Rivol
S gersi a questo ufficio.
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Noi ripuliremo e tingeremo
i vostri pantaloni, guanti, ve
stiti, piume, portiere, pellic
ce, ecc., con accuratezza in
•.
modo da incontrare la vostra
soddisfazione.
Recate o mandate a noi
. tutto quello che volete far-
ripulire o tingere e immanti
sarete serviti
India Die Works -J
12 Nord 7th Street
(
Noi mandiamo la vostra
roba dopo accuratamente si
stemata, alla vostra casa ri
sparmiandovi il fastidio di
! portarli voi.
Musicanti si cercano
Si cercano musicanti che sappiano
o non leggere la musica all'impronta.
Si garentisce lavoro fisso e lucrati
vo. Rivolgersi al Prof. G. Noce,
Fulton Run.
Dott. TRUITT. Dentista
U:3cio <pi osto alla Banea
Savmg and Trust Bldg. INDIANA JA
Ore d'ufficio: Dalle 8 a.m alle 5 p.m
7 p.m ~ 8 p.m
VISITI GRATIS
Da Vendere
Un cavallo, una carozza e finimen
ti. Rivolgersi a Anguet Sundberg
Homer City, Pa.
Prima Qualità*
t n OWIAJTA
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t s
di Farina
che soddisfa sia il
mercante che il
consumatore
E' manifatturata e
garentitada
firn!, in si s eoipimr
DiMANA, PA.
Si vende presso i
migliori grossisti
JOHN H. PIERCE - AVVOCATO
AVVISO DI AMMINISTRATORE
Lettera di amministratore sul po
dere di Domenica Antonucci, deces
sa, lotto sito nei Comune di Creeksi
de. Avendoci permesso il sottoscritto
quanto appresso, avvisiamo tutti co
loro che vantano diritti sul detto po
dere, sono richiesti a presentarsi per
autenticare li credito, come pari
menti avvisiamo tutti coloro che so
no in debito di fare un sollecito pa
gamento.
Dicembre 24, 1915.
Salvatore La Mantia, Amministratore

THE PATRIOT
Published Weekly By
THE PATRIOT PUBLISHING COMPANY,
Office: No. 15 Carpenter Avenue
Marshall Building. INDIANA, PENNA
Local Phone 250-Z
F. BIAMONTE, Editor and Manager
V. ACETI, Italian Editor.
Entered as second-class matter September 26, 1914,
at the postoffice at Indiana, Pennsylvania, under the
Act of March 3, 1879.
SUBSCRIPTION
ONE YEAR . . $l.OO | SIX MONTHS. . $5O
The Aim of the Foreign Language Papers
of America
To HELP PRESERVE THE IDEALS AND SACRED TRAD
ITIONS OF THIS,* OUR ADOPTED COUNTRY, THE UNITED
STATES OF AMERICA; To REVERE ITS LAWS AND IN
SPIRE OTHERS THEM; To STRIVE UNCEASING
LY TO QUICKEN THE PUBLIC'S SENSE OF CIVIC DUTY;
IN ALL WAYS TO AID IN MAKING THIS COUNTRY GREAT
ER AND BETTER THAN WE FOUND IT.
THE ENCAMPMENT.
The Patriot does not feel like
criticizing the Indiana Chamber
of Commerce because it is not
more active in its endeavors to se
cure the next encampment of the
N. G. P. for this town, as long as
we know that the business men are
spending most of their time to
matters pertaining to the develop
ment of the commercial and indus
trial standing of the community.
The town of Ebensburg, over in
Cambria county, is making a hard
fight for the encampment and
there are already indications that
the Cambria county seat will grab
it from us. The Patriot would
like to see Indiana land the en
campment, but we repeat that we
cannot criticize the local business
men for sticking to purely busi
ness matters.
EXPAROING THE CHEST.
Propf Attitud* to Aistimo During
Broathing Exorciooa.
It has been the popular belief that
when exercising certain arm move
ments during inspiration, such as hold
ing the arms up, expand the chest
and enable it to take in more air. Ac
cording to Dr. James Frederick Rogers
la an article in the Medical Journal,
tbis is not the proper thing to do. He
tested fifty persons of both sexes,
ranging from sixteen to forty years of
age, measuring carefully the quantity
of air inspired when elevating the
arms, as usually taught and when
standing still with the arms hanging
loose. He found that in no single case
did the arm movements increase the
quantity of air inspired, but in many
they actually decreased it. He also
found that standing naturally is more
conducive to deep breathing than ly
ing flat or hanging by the hands.
"The raising of the arms," he writes,
"does apparently increase the measure
ments of the upper parts of the chest,
but the increase is due to the change
in the position of the muscles in this
region and to their contraction of
stretching, which causes them to stand
out from the thorax. For the muscles
which lift the arms forward or side
ward or upward have nothing to do
with the lifting of the ribs, and conse
quent lj* no special effect upon the
depth of inspiration.
"With very deep inspiration there is
a drawing backward of the bead and a
straightening of the thoracic spine. In
other words, the assuming of a very
erect posture and. If any exercises are
to be carried out as aids to deep in
take of air. it seems that the drawing
backward of the chin and the assump
tion of the most erect standing or sit
ting posture would be most useful as
an aid or accompaniment of deep
breathing."
DESERTED VESSELS.
Mysterious Wanderers Mariners at
Times May Meet at Sea.
At least once in my life I have had
the good fortune to board a deserted
i vessel at sea. I say "good fortune"
because it has left me the memory of a
singular impression. I have felt a
ghost of the same thing two or three
times since then when peeping through
the doorway of an abandoned house,
writes Wilbur Daniel Steele in Har
per's Magazine.
No w, that vessel was not dead. She
was a good vessel, a sound vessel, even
: a handsome vessel, in her blunt browed,
< coastwise way. She sailed under four
lowers across as blue and glittering a
I sea as I have ever known, and there
was not a point in bur sailing that one
could lay a l'ncc:- upon as wrong. And
yet passing that - mer at two miles
one knew soinoho m.r no hand was
{on her wheel. Su.nt*ihues' 1 can imag
ine a vessel stricken like that moving
over the empty spaces of the sea carry
ing it off quite well were it for for that
indefinable suggestion of a stagger, and
I can think of all those ocean gods, in
whom no landsman will ever believe,
looking at one another and tapping
their foreheads with just the shadow
of a smile.
I wonder if they all scream—these
ships that have lost their souls? Mine
screamed. We heard her voice like
nothing I have ever heard before,
when we rowed under her counter to
read her name—the Marionette it was
of Halifax.
I remember how it made me shiver,
there in the full blaze of the sun, to
hear her going on so, railing and
screaming in that stark fashion. And
I remember, too, how our footsteps,
pattering through the vacant internals
in search of that haggard utterance,
made me think of the footsteps of
hurrying warders roused in the night
And we found a parrot in a cage;
that was all. It wanted water. We
gave it water and went away to look
things over, keeping pretty close to
gether, all of us. In the quarters the
table was set for four. Two men had
begun to eat by the evidence of the
plates. Nowhere in the vessel was
there any sign of disorder, except one
sea chest broken out, evidently In
haste. Her papers were gone, and the
stern davits were empty. That is how
the case stood that day, and that is
how it stood to this. I saw this same
Marionette a week later, tied up in a
Hoboken dock, where she awaited
news from her owners. But even
there, in the midst of all the water
front bustle, I could not get rid of the
feeling that she was still very far
away—in a sort of shippish other
world.
The thing happens now and then.
Sometimes half a dozen years will go
by without a solitary wanderer of this
sort crossing the ocean paths, and then
in a single season perhaps several of
them will turn up, vacant waifs, im
passive and mysterious.
Clever.
Fond Mother—lmprovise? Why, mj
daughter can improvise any piece oi
music put before her!— Judge.
The River Tigris.
The river Tigris appears in the book
of Genesis as Hiddekel. one of the four
"heads" into which the river of Eden
was parted. The name by which we
know it does not exactly "mean" tiger,
for the correct way of putting it is
that both "tiger" and "Tigris" mean in
Persian swift as an arrow. "Euphrates'
is a Greek version of the Persian Hu- j
frat. which signifies "the good abound
ing" and represents the old Asiatic Bu
rat or Furat. akin to our verb "pour."
Long Lived Tennysons.
The Tennyson family was noted for
its longevity. Miss Matilda Tennyson
died in her ninety-ninth year: Charles
was seventy-one at the time of his i
death; Mary, seventy-four; Emilia, sev 1
enty-eight; Alfred, poet laureate, eigh- j
ty-tbree: Frederick, ninety-one; Arthur,
eighty-five; Horatio, eighty, and Ce- i
cilia, ninety-two.
In Sympathy.
The two men had met at & dinner
party and were talking la a corner by
themselves.
"You see that tall woman with the
sharp nose and the critical eye?" ask
ed one of them.
"Yes," said the other quietly.
"Well, I"ve watched her for quite
awhile. She's always got her nose
Into somebody's business. She's the
last woman I'd marry."
"Which shows how strangely in sym
pathy we are." said the other without
resentment "She's the last woman J
did marry"—Exchange.
The Lacking Stroke.
"Do you think it would improve my
style," inquired the varsity man who
had got Into the crew through favor
itism. "if I were to acquire a faster
stroke?"
"It would improve the crew," replied
the candid trainer, "if you got a para
lytic stroke."—Landon-TL:-Bins.
Easily Arranged.
A man took the following telegram
to a telegraph office: "Mrs Brown
'"enter Street: 1 announce with grief
the death of Uncle James. Come
luicfcly to read the will. I believe we
are his heirs. John Black "
The telegraph clerk, having counted
r he words, said. "There are two words
too many, sir"
"Cut out 'with grief,'" was the re
ply.—Chicago News.
Wanted— Girl for general
housework. Small family, no chil
dren. Foreign girl preferred. In
quire at Patriot office.
Wanted—Laborers and chippers
Inquire Boilings & Andrews Con
struction Co., Blacklick, Pa.
N*gativ Suggestion.
Legend tells of a Hindu fakir who
seemeyl to hare a working knowledge
of practical psychology and made him
self rich selling plain wicker baskets in
the streets of Calcutta.
The peculiar virtue of the baskets, he
explained to the buyers, lay in the fact
that if one filled his basket with ordi
nary pebbles, placed himself in a re
ceptive attitude of mind and stirred
them with a 6tick for an hour, each
and every pebble would be transmitted
into a nugget of gold—provided the
stirrer did not think of a hippopotamus
while stirring.
The baskets were sold, but the idea
of a hippopotamus was so firmly fixed
in the minds of all the purchasers that
not one of them ever had legitimate
grounds on which to demand his mon
ey back.
Colloquialisms.
One of the most common surprises in
reading is to come across in old books
what we have been accustomed to tak
ing for modern colloquialisms. We
have just struck this: "Why. then, do
you walk as if you had swallowed a
rod?" Where? In Epictetus. Thv
modern form is likely to be a poker. 1
but we had always looked upon tbtr
whole image as essentially American !
It is in reading the Elizabethans that
this experience is most frequent, al
though one is likely to have it in read
ing any classic. The best colloquial
isms are likely to be the oldest—Har
per's Weekly.
John H. Pierce, Attorney.
APPLICATION FOK ORDER OF PRI
VATE SALE OF REAL ESTATE.
Notice Is hereby given that an applica
tion will be made to the Orphans' Court
of Indiana county, on Monday, January 17,
1916. by Salvatore La Mantia, administra
tor of Dotnenica Antonnccio. late of Creek
side borough. Indiana county. Pa., dta-eas
ed. for an order to make private sale of
all the right, title, interest and claim of
the said decedent iu the following describ
ed real estate: All that certain piece, par
cel or lot of ground, situate in the borough
or (. reekside, i the county of Indiana, and
state of Pennsylvania, bounded and de
scribed as follows, to-wit: lieginniug at a
point in the norfhern line of Main street,
; at the southeast corner of lot 4s: thence
northerly along the eastern line of lot 4s,
131.5 feet, more or less to an alley; thence
easterly along the southern line of said al
ley. 40 feet more or less, to westerly line
of lot 44; thence southerly along the West
ern line of lot 44, 132 feet, more or less,
i to the northern line of said Maiu street;
thence westerly along the uorthern Hue or
said Maiu street 40 feet, mope or less, to
the place of beginning, being lot No. 47 In
the J. W. Osterhout plot of lots in said
borough of Creekside. formerly the village
of Last Newville; having thereon erected a
dwelling house and store room combined,
badly damaged by an explosion, and other
outbuildings (beiug the same lot of ground
which Frank E. Groft and Mary E. Groft,
his wife, agreed to convey to the said Do
mentca Antonuccio. iu her lifetime, bv their
agreement, dated May 5. 1915. recorded in
, the office for the recording of deeds. &<>.,
in and for Indiana county, in Deed Hook
Vol. 146. page 121, upon which agreement
there still remains unpaid the sum of one
hundred and twenty-five dollars ($125.00),
of the purchase money), to Pietro Anto
nnucclo for the sum of two hundred and
seventy-five ($275,001 Dollars, cash on con
firmation of sale and delivery of deed.
SALVATORE LA MANTIA,
Administrator.
December 24. 1915.
J no. 11. Pierce, Attorney.
ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE.
Letters of administration on the estate
of Domeuica Antonuccio, late of Creekside
borough, deceased, having been granted the
undersigned, those having claims against
said estate are requested to present them
duly authenticated for settlement, and those
knowing themselves to be Indebted are re
quested to make prompt payment.
SALVATORE LA MANTIA,
Administrator.
December 24, 1915.
AUDITOR'S NOTICE
The undersigned, an auditor appointed
by the Orphans' Court of Indiana county,
to settle, adjust and report distribution of
money in the hands of The Savings &
Trust Co. of Indiana. Pa., administrator
of estate of John Foust, late of Homer
City borough, deceased, hereby gives no
tice that lie will attend to the duties of his
appointment, at his office in The Savings
& Trust Co. building, iu the borough of
Indiana, Pa., on Tuesday, January IN, 1916,
at 10 o'clock, a. m., when and where all
persons interested may attend if they see
proper. WILLIAM N. LIGGETT,
Auditor.
Indiana, Pa., Dec. 21. 1915.
FOR SAFE IS INI ADS.
Advertisements under this head lc
a word each insertion.
FOR SALES—Corner lot in Chevy
Chase, 65x150, for further informa
tion, apply at this office.
FOR SALE—Horse, buggy and
harness. Inquire August Sund
berg, Homer City, Pa.
WANTED—Slavish or Polish
men, well acquainted in Indiana
and mine camps. Can make $25
to $3O per week. Call 15 Carpen
ter avenue, Indiana, Pa.
FOR SALE—Good antomobite,
1914 Vulcan Roadster. A-l run
ning condition. Will demonstrate.
Sacrifice, $250. Need Call
or write J. M., care "Patriot." 15
Carpenter avenue, Indiana, Pa.
WANTED—Carpenters. Will
pay according to merits. Inquire
at this office.
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