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I per gli Occhi I I I vostri occhi non soffrono se I I leggete o lavorate sotto la sof- ■ I fice e chiara luce di ■ I ATLANTI C ■ I Ravolidht I . ■ A*irw I Esso non affumica e non ■ I puzza, dura più' dell'olio or- I I dinario, ma non costa di più'. I I Chiedetelo al vostro nego- ■ Noi raccomandiamo le Stufe da Cucina New Perfectlon, i Caloriferi a Petrolio sen za fumo Perfectlon, le Lampade R*yn e le ■ Lanterne Rayo per l'uso del Rr yolight THE ATLANTIC REETNING CO. Dovunque In Pennsylvania e Delawtere \n\n T H E PATR I O T Published Weekly By THE PATRIOT PUBLISHING COMPANY, Office: No. 15 Carpenter Avenue Marshall Building, INDIANA, PENNA Local Phone 250-Z FRANCESCO BIAMONTE, Publisher Entered as second-class matter September 26, 1914, at the postofflce at Indiana, Pennsylvania, under the Act of March 3, 1879. SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR . . $1.50 | SIX MONTHS . $l.OO Tie Aim ot the Foreign language Papers of America To HELP PREBERVE THE IDEALS AND SACRED TRAD ITIONS OF THIS, OUR ADOPTED COUNTRY, THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA; To REVERE ITS LAWS AND IN SPIRE OTHERS TO OBEY 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. I His Ordeal. The sympathetic neighbor asked: "Is yoor little brother ill this morn ing, Johnnie? I heard him crying in the most heartrending way." "No, not exactly," Johnnie explain ed, "but Willie pulled down a Jar of molasses on himself in the pantry, and mothe*- has been trying to comb his hair/*— New York Globe. N«w Rop*. New rope may be made pliable with out impairing its strength by boiling ft for an hour or two in water. Endurance. The pilgrim fathers were undoubted ly heroic men, facing, as they did, with dauntless courage, fire, frost, famine and the red menace of Indian ruthless ness. But the pilgrim mothers were more heroic still, for they endured also all these things and had in addition to stand the pilgrim fathers as well.— Life. If you would hit the mark you must aim a little above it. Every arrow that flies feels the attraction of the earth. DR. C. J. DICKIE DENTIST Koom 14, second floor Marshall building INDIANA, PENN'A. & $ | Helping § 1 St Valentine 1 Si 3 HA. YE you forgotten about St. Valentine's day? It is coming, you know. Of course you can not really have forgotten, with all the foolish, sentimental, happy things cluttering up the show windows, but you may have forgotten that St Valentine's day is something more than a window display and that you are a part of it, says the Indianapolis News. It is no good saying that you are not; that you had nothing to do -v\4?h it in the beginning and have nothing to do with it now. If you have forgotten and if you haven't a valentine stuck away in your market basket, it is time you were remembering. It is time you were remembering ev ery sweetheart you ever had and every one you ever wished you had. It is time you were remembering every bit of proof you ever cherished that any body, anybody at all, loved you. There is no sense in being ashamed of it Living in a world without sweet hearts would be a dismal thing, and you would be a dismal sort of person if you never had one—if you haven't one now. St. Valentine as we know him is very likely a sentimentalist but he is a useful sort of person at that He makes it very easy for you to tell folks that you love them, and that is a thing that has to be told somehow some time, although nobody la sup posed to know who is telling it Of course, like all sentimentalists, St Valentine is likely to make many mistakes, and that is the reason it is so necessary for you to do your part. He is likely to fill one pretty girl's room with flowers and give her more candy than Is good for her, forgetting all abaut the girl acrsss the street wbe really needs a little candy. He loves te stuff the mail bexea with val entines for the children, forgetting that old ladles like them toe. He may persuade the agreeable bach elor of comfortable years to send a valentine to the young woman who sits across the table from him at the boarding house when it Is the woman. not quite so young, to be sure, who sits at the end of the table who wants a valentine. It is a sad thing to want a valentine and not get one, but probably a sadder thing not to send a valentine at all. And the only possible remedy for St. Valentine's mistakes is for everybody to send a valentine to somebody he loves. Valentine Party Supper Menu First—Toast hearts spread with some potted relish, as anchovy paste. Second.—Creamed oysters in heart shaped patty shells or paper cases. Third-—Cold beef tongue or ham sliced and cut Into heart shaped fig ures with a cooky cutter, bread and butter sandwiches, lettuce with mayon naise, coffee. Fourth-—Grapefruit filled with pine apple and chopped cherries and nuts, Valentine cakes and almonds. Another menu which makes a very relishing supper: First— I Tomate bouillon, toast hearts. Second.—Creamed chicken and mush rooms decorated with tiny hearts cut from red peppers, wheat bread sand wiches filled with cress and mayon naise. Third.—Cold macedoine of vegeta bles decorated with hearts, beets cut ! in heart shape, served in head lettuce; I toasted crackers with hearts shaped on their surface of cream cheese and raspberry Jam. * Fourth. Strawberry parfait with whipped cream in lady finger cases, pink cakes and candies and salted al monds. coffee. Before St Valentine's Day. Long before Rome was converted to Christianity the youths and maids on Feb. 15 annually drew names from two sacred urus in the temple, of those of the opposite sex who fate decreed were to be their sweethearts for the coming year. The early fathers of the church, finding they were powerless to entirely eradicate the pagan practices of the Lupercalia, changed it from Feb. 15 to St Valentine's day, the 14th. Valentino Books. In 1797 a small book. "The Young Men's Valentine Writer." was publish ed for the ti.-e of ardent swains who were unable to do their own riming. ?n 1812 a less modest volume appear »l. "The Cabinet of Love, or Cupid's depository of Choice Valentines," a cry complete compeud'nm Even the uallest pieces of finely broken can be easily picked up with a litt! wad of wet absorbent cotton, whi can then be destroyed by burning Be It ever so homely, there's no face like your own. Man is mortgaged up to his neck In the past.—Liie. Tntti i foncdi' AL HUE ISTEL D'INDMNA Barnes Specialista SOLO UN GIORNO PER SET TIM ANA I SOFFERENTI VERRANNO ESAMINATI GRATIS. Dalle 9 a. m., alle 4 p. m. Questo specialista cur a tutte le malattie croniche di uomini, donne e bambini. In molti casi venendo sotto la mia cura si evita una dolorosa operazione chirurgica. MALATTIE DI DONNE ED UOMINI CURATE. Reumatismi, catarro, malattie dei polmoni e dello stomaco. At tenzione speciale vien data a tut te le malattie dello stomaco. Tumori, ernie, emurroidi, re stringimento, awelenamento del sangue, ulceri, mali dei rognoni o malattie nervose. Se Yoi soffrite di qualche ma lattia non esitate a farvi esami nara da queato specialista. Nuovo efficacissimo tratta mento per i soffereati. Special ista per UOMINI e Donne. Una sola viaita di queat'eaper to specialista vi portera' a con oacenaa daila voatra condiiione fiaeia ad incaminarri per la via della aalate. Rieorando a queato granda dottore fotrate forat riapari miare la torture di un operaaione chirurgiea. Centinaia di ope razione a uomini e donne sono state risparmiate dal pronto uao di metodi scientifici moderni. A 1 Dußois Hotel in Dußois, Pa., ogni mercoledi' dalle 9 a.m. alle 8 p.m. A 1 Pantal Hotel, Punxsutaw ney, Pa. Ogni martedi' dalle 8 A. M. alle 8 P. M. j-m-w. —' •-== I 1...U .11. = >rw..i,i...ri I Facts Versus | | Fallacies WfJSW 4t o i"wi sitUe of FALLACY m rjR. Oliia Wendell Holmea, father of Justice Hoimos oI the Supreme Court of the United States, was not only A DiAiirrp^ an physician, but he was in FACT generally recog- I r WnLtTO nixed aa one of Ike clearest thinkers of his day, and a moat IN THE FICHT valued contributor to American literature. A&ADOT § r\R Holmes denounced Prohibition as he did ©very other DP AUIWTION form of bigotry and FALLACY; so that when a see- riVVnii»""* ond attempt was made to fasten a prohibitory law on his * clTo h**-** State (Massachusetts) after the statute had been tested as "k futile and repealed, he was one of the leaders in the fight ( \ mimlin «nn»nnnw against it . 1 H r\R. Holmes' opinion on this subject was well expressed - - ' wm pi L - ' in one of his famous "Autocrat of the Breakfast Table" p |=l articles, wherein he referred to French wine with enthusi- ■- asm. In reply to a divinity student's question, whether he P M v rj*| believed in a diet cf "rum," the old autocrat was quickened f~ H TOSAY: fH Q /i \(f ferv"- "R take to' be the name which unwashed moral ! Jrofr * StS to the product distilled from /wjjjgr m °l ass es and the roblest juices of the vineyard. Bur » gundy 'in all its sunset glow' is rum. Champagne, 'soul of the grape of Eastern France,' is rum. Hock, which our friend the pcet speaks of as: ' . 'The Rhine's breas'w-miik, gushing cold and bright, Pale as the moon and maddening as her light.' . is rum. Sir, I repudiate the loathsome vulgarism." J it] BELIEVE in T ' crancc . . . But let me tell f~" j you there are ccr" anies of men ci renins, into which * - - ! ( I sometimes go, where * e atmosphere cf intellect and sen- . J timent is so much mc ' imulating than alcohcl that if I f \ / thought fit to take w: r . would be to keep me sober. /jj • *£ 1 A:: *'T the gentlemen 'C known few, if any, were ruined (jj ~ iby king. My few iken acquaintances were gener- \ P- ' jffilte* al - uined before the; lme drunkards." ifc|-r » •"T O those who sL Itakenly cling; to Prohibition fe j * FALLACIES, jove forceful views of .Dr r "j?.* 7 U Holmes, a man of cee • ir.g and insi?h* ire submitted U for the consideration 'houghtfv' M P yivania Stctj -ewers' Association f| 102 . HILLMLJC. >H.I.I,HMUC= X'LL build a house of lolly pops, fj|| I Just suited, sweetheart, to your taste; fj* The windows shall be lemon drops, nrt Vx The doort shall be of jujube paste, V 4 Heigh-o, if y#u f ll be mine! M With peppermints 111 pave the walks; )ys V.*/ A little farden, tos, I*ll sow Vy M With seeds that send up sweetened stalks A On which bright candied violets grew, -A "W . Hdgh a, my valentine! W • f Same seats sf aaaeafras HI make CYI Because I know jrou think ifa nieet Pf) The cushions shall be jelly cake V Laced all around with lemon ice. ® Heigh-o, if youH be mine! mfy I j) We'll have a party every day \X) And feast on cream and honeydew, &£ ®pF And, though you're only six, we'll play 1; lip That lam just as young as you, ffli rPj Heigh-o, sweet valentine! —Anna M. Pratt in St Nicholas.