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IG DUBOIS CO. FAIR
SURELY THE BEST
THURSDAY ÄND flOOITII
You Ask Us Who's Our Gaol date!
HUNTiNGBURG, INDIANA - "' DON'T MISS THIS ONE
adng RÄüES, ß EACH
RISE GFJTATE FAIR
Was Once a Homeless Wanderer
Oyer Indiana But Now One of
Greatest In the Union. I
PRIZES FOR frXT FAIR $75,350
Horseback and Long Wagon Trips to
Indiana Exposition Have Given Way
to Pleasure Rides by TroHey Em
Inent Judges Who Will Tie Ribbons
on Prize Winners.
The Indiana State Fair will lie held
(From Brayfield's Weekly Citizen, July 28th)
The Citizen this week, on behalf of the unterrified and
. .yul Democracy of Clark county, presents to the Demo
era: c bre hren of the Third district Clark county's favor
M,n, George H. Voigt, as a candidate for Congas,
-;! fct to the approaching district convention.
Tue people siiould know something of the man who
"'i a high political trust at their hands, and to that
. J The Citizens will attempt to portray those qualitos
wMch have nude Mr. VoiVta lender nmnno- mon onri
u , . ,, ,1 r .h (win t me lnutnna state Fair will lie held
wrnch now so eminently fit him for a seat in the National i t Indianapolis h, wk J "srP! o
- V ,1 "' "'non ni prnpanuion lor it
Mr. Voigt holds a commanding position at the bar of j adva,,ces- roei in u is widespread
S uthern Indiana, is a bank director, and is associated ! .vcr, thp S!ati- not on,y a,non
u.th many commercial enterprises which have for their rLTX
oiVx-ttne upbuilding of his native city of Jeftersonville. atte,w! fro yar to year, -rue idi-An-1
while a very busy man he has, nevertheless found ano Ffilr ,R one of the oIdeiJI ,n th
tn e to give toward fathering the interest of the' Demo- j SSTJ'SSn TC-
o ntuc uartv or wnicn ne has heen a nsefn nnrl AmmrnA est Prnm Ita lurlUri ...1 ...
. i, , . . . v, - ""v. mv ucvvi ) ... .ui tuiu jniis, n:n nit'
iri. niber all hlS life. fa,r wandered over the statp, using
Mr- Yoi&t is a graduate of the Jaw department of the I :Z?Jn
i diversity ot Louisville, and his legal education was i of a kir i riw
weeded by a through schooling in those practical w,lh ,al,(1 and ,m
branches which have ever distinguished the useful citizen f,"""1' ?,?'00?- ' nl! "" ln wl"c'
and successful man of affairs. Be has served the people 2Z"LlZ. MSrXE
as Prosecuting Attorney and as a member of the Legis-' Fa,r- ho,d October. is52. was three
.. :fn rttnA Uir. t-v.-. 1-.K nn..'n 1 I 1 1 i1 ,V . ! (I;1VS Ml l.ini'tli nn.l ......,..1
Private and nrofesslonal life.
Mr. Vofct was a Presidential plppfnr in 1.9Q9 nnrl woe o
ieuate tO the Chicap-O ConVfintinn nf Willinm .At. thi. ""'.."lana Fair the prlzeB
r v r P ; . 7 , " T; Vw, consisieu or silver curw. worth only a
it-r.mngs Bryan was hrst nominated. Mr. Voigt has been aw hundred dollars. At the coming
d J'yai aiscipie ot Mr. bryan ever since that able and bril
liant exponent of Jeffersonian Democracy appeared on the
We believe that every Democrat in Clark county will
far ms out in the statement that Mr. Voigt has probably
driven more of his time and means to tho cause of Democ
racy than any other man in this district, and from purely
unselfish motives. He has been in politics not for self
airrandizement, but form motives of loyalty to the found
ation principles of an honest and honored Democracy.
In the campaign of 1906, when factional trouble had
rnt the Democracy of the Third district in twain, and
ti election of a Democratic Congressman had been
r-u-ed in jeonardv. it was the nersonal anneals and hnrd
wtk of Mr. Voigt that brought Clark county un smil
inir with an old-fashioned Democratic majority for Mr.
( and saved a Democratic Congressman to Indiana;
i m face of the fact, too, that Clark county had been the
i' .i'iing county for Mr. Cox's opponent in that unhappy
-'"upe. Other Democratic counties gave majorities at
l;u tnii'iit, wluTf Hit- aiuoun i . ,-!i. n
$-'!7.ti0n. nil lncr aac of several :h.ii
sand dollars ovr anv former year,
and a corrPHHm.llriK Incroaso In tho
numhor of trotters and tmct'rs and In
thf qunllty of th events In expected.
On beef ard dalr rattle the total
prize reach JlLV.'iifi, on nhow horsc.
$13.000; sheep, $2.031; Bwine. tL'.OT.
poultry $1.9S0; line artB, J! 117. 7rt
cultural products. $1.123: fruit. ?ks.
flowers. $S:'ö; bua and lionet. Jis
dairy products. table luxuriös
The State Fair will not only mean
the Rsnembllnn on the grounds at
(ndlannpolls of the host products of
the agricultural and livestock farina
of the state, with many thousand
people to sre the richness of tlnsc
resources, but an unusually brllllanr
; array of jfldees will bo present to do- .
: clde how Oie $75.3.10 in prize niom v ,
j will be distributed. In making up tho
I list of judges, the State Hoard of '
i Agriculture has sought the highest au- I
j thnritles available for the different de
I partmnnLs, and has chosen men who I
are past-mastors ln parsing on the
merits of livestock and tho products
of Held and orchard. Three now I
' Judges will tie the ribbons on the
prize-wlnnirg horses, and somo noted
authcfft"i(B will tie the cattle ribbons. !
hh sense of honor that has ever distinguished him in j SuÄ'iitr
days, and Uio attendance .approaches
ling UicStoinachs aMDow-cis of
- 1 HI
"Sot "Najlc o tic .
Apcrfecl Remedy rorConslinn
rton, Sour Srotnach.Diarxhoca
Worms .Convulsions .Ftn-ert ; h-
ncas and Loss OF Sleep.
FacSifnHo Signature of
For Infants and Chiidren.
The Kind You Havt
Always Bought i
fair prizes amounting to 75.550 and a
dozen or nion expensive silver cujis
and gold medals will be awarded. Peo
ple who attended the first fair made
the trip to Indianapolis in wagons or
on horseback, camping by the roadsldo
at night and taking two or three days
for the Journey. Now the farm people
of the state who live most distant
from the fair con reach the grounds
In a few hours. .Most of them cau
hall a trolley car near homo and make
a pleasure rld of the trip. Two trol
ley lines from northern Indiana land
jwasengere at the fair gates. The
Lake Erie & Western railroad will run
numerous special trains to and from
the coming fair All of the trtlley
lines out of Indianapolis will have spe
cial service during the week. The
transportation question does not give
the fair officials tho concern It did a
few years ago. for steam and Inter
urban facilities for bringing the peo
ple to Indianapolis and getting tliPtn
home promptly and in comfort, have
been highly developed In recent years.
That savage Is u fake. H 's used
io wearing good clothes.
"What makes you think, so?"
"Why, didn't you notice how he jiulls J
op his rtdn at the knees wheu ho eita
HTs Grea Weight. !
Nothing expresses better the im
portance o a person in his own or
in the world's eyes than to state it
in terms of his relations with the
Uliver Wendell Holmes, it will bo
recalled, remarked that the axis of
the earth sticks out in every man's
back yard. A bonmot of not dis
similar kind is recorded of Wash-
1 he conversation was turned on
the notnnnsitv of a certain Amori-
Ah, he is a great man, said
Irvinjr. "and in his own estimation
a very great man n man of great
weight. '.en lie goes to the west
the east tip-- up!"
EXACT CT2GY Of WKAEÄDtv
I .in... iri, igu tITT,
The Southern Railway
WILL RUN A
ol,! rio,.L- Z r I u . It 3 doubtful If any state fair In the
, J?u iC0U?fy true. t0 her ancient landmarks, ana , union h.ns the streetcar facilities to
Unlei thp invnl lpnr1oichir nf flaniert TT Vrkirrf iviim -f-Vnn uuinl ihnen fmi n,lin ...,., vie t.
unier the loyal leadeiship of George H. Voigt, gave the i" thos trom Indianapolis to
'oterf thnt ncrcnrorl n Tamrm'nrn fi'inmnh onW Indiana grounds. Then) are t
m PlJioV. nv ; n,.r. 1 ' f, double-track lines from the city to the
fair gates, where cars arrhc fifteen
seconds apart, and handling 75,000 or
U.... w vwwv.vVA CA JUX lilliyi,!. L4Ut UllUlliUU.
ill. Tni" l ri A-. mi . 1 7
".iiidm unjan uox in uongress. inis is a lact in our
t nvrnf fnn I
If loyalty to Democratic principles and Democratic mort' "eo,,,p a day 18 no ,0,1KOr n ho,h-
nominees? is wnrfW nf rwavA fnn thn Tin- fV, orsome undertaking to the Indlanap-
rp, . - T . 'V"J vi. v v ii uiU) wivii vm- uwiiuuaboui Viiv oils lines.
yiird district will do themselve an honor by bestowinp; Anoflier way In which the Indiana
me nomination on Mr. Voigt at the next convention. t pxitiö" hns rown is m its iuron-
But IlOt nlnnp ftn Vii'c lntrnlf.r fo rho nnven nf ,0 Th( "'Mts of the first Fair
fi, th0WnT A J v T " J wore IS.8M.16 and the total Incotne
fr T " V,A llm 'ö1 tloIV una uuininanuii ror tne h air 01 last year was $110
t tne hands of the Democrats of the district Pie is nnng its career the indinna Fair
Spif'ndidlv Pfim'nnPfl fnr fnno-roccinrml conr nnccoccmn- n distributed perhaps $000.000
t'i.mnlof V IV 1 v..fa.v,"7""" X f l'w'-rm,'0 1 mlums. hy far tho lari
Omnlpfn ,1 IV 1 " mhims hy far tho larger portion going
mpiete and thorough knowledge Of Olli' political and t the farmers and live stock owners
J'vernmental systems. He is a close student of public of the state. The exposition has come
aairs, a ddiirent and linHl-inrr wnrW nnd holiAte flifitl P to u Present mngnltude vory large-
Part V nlnrfme. T " ? u l ' Vi lv from Its own energy, backed by the
vU at ?S- 5?ade t0 be teyed, faith of the farming element of Indl-
eie Air. VOlgt in CongreSS llOW he WOUld OPPOSe a ana. For some years the Fair has ro-
tar n on raw material, because his party so demanded in c",v,Hl V0-000 n ytar from the leK,s,a'
lr 'oof V,.: 1 ..ii . 1 -r-v ' . tnro nil of It colmr toward nnvlne
mlums. The Hrst appropriation
the legislature for a permnnont
Ininrni'nnimil U'na 1 1 OH flrtfl tn ftm
-it vuuov ii. ia liic cAuieooiuii ui Li it: cuniuiiiuii wisuuin 1 T. .
" tile lunlr nnrl fil. ,1 tu u:l i- i.: coliseum, three summers ago. The
Offh : ::; .;',c'au.u uuty i lepiu&eiitiv, stnte 0Rr(, of ABricuitun. added 30,
ninr i" y"aticuency is to tracK tne party 'law as enun- ooo to this amount from us treasury
v'it.U in tile party platform. that the coliseum might be made more
..hi presenting Mr. Voifzt to the Democrats of the Third c,,,np,c',e AU of tho roal "tat0 tt,,d
dlStnVt n lu V UIlULldlo Ul U1G lllirü , 0npr 1)U,(Unps which now comprise
DlW "KiCöblonai Canaitiace We aeSll'e tO im- lhe Fair property have come from
jtfcs upon them that he is a broad-minded, liberal gentle- the profits of the exposition, and these
an. intnllnnfncill.. I i? 1.1. .1 : miin hnvo come from tho town unrt
his n ' - 7,rtuaiv we eyuai 01 any one in tne aistrict, ana ünry pc0Pe from over tho state
to"thpMaSu?jnrc?on JX0? additional honor!
who have bought admission tickets.
ahl 1 1 i?J.rd distnct Which has been SO prolific Of I As usual, tho prizes offered at :ha
uie and brilliant men xt Fa,r aro riohe3t ln the v4
Not Afraid of a Ghost.
In a villaae in Endand n man
.vent runnimr into nn inn at 9
o'clock at night and cried out that
there was a irhost in his back vard.
There were fourteen men in ihn
inn, and not one of them dared to
co home with the man and investi
srate. There was a nerson who
dared, however, and that win the
landlord's daughter, a girl of four
teen. Some of the men followed
her at a distance, and she went into
the yard and up to the ghost, flap
ping its arms nbout. and discovered
a man's white shirt flapping on the
clothesline in a strong breeze.
That's about the wnv nil rrhosts turn
The Black Sheep.
"What," asked the man who had
returned to his native town after
an absence of many years, "became
of Ed Ferguson?"
"JSd? Oh. he's doin' fine. Cot
the best liverv stable anywhere
nround here and runs the depot
"Let's see! Ifc had a vounerer
brother, hadn't he?"
"1 es Lern. He never amounted
In much. Wrote nnnfrv nnil nninlnd
" " " " Jw J ..MM L. . .VU
pictures. I guess tho family kind
1 At i
01 uisownca nun. At least he went
away several years ago, and I dunno
what ever became ot him." Chica
FROM LINCON CITY TO THE
AUG. 18 19-20-21.
The special will leave Lincoln City at 8:50 a. m., after
the morninfr trains linvfi nvnvnd frnm Pnnmnllo PnnnoL
0 uvuilllliv. UUIIIICI'
ton and French Lick. People from Princeton can also
come on this train which will arrive nt Rnplrnnrf nf ojn
a. m. This train will handle no freight. Returning will
leave Rockport at 6:30 p. m., making connections at
Lincoln City with all trains.
Rocknort claims tohavflthemnsf.hpnnfifnl Fnir f!vnni-le
1 ' " " - --WWW V.VMMVt4.UI -A- lilL A. VVAliVltJ
in the state. Plentv of shade. Nnf.nml fnrnat- P.lnn
cool runing water in all parts of the grounds, with a play
ing fountain in the center of the beautiful grove.
Large buildings, and in case of rain thev do not leak.
Seats, swings and Ladies' Rest Rooms. Tha horse show
is always fine.
The Rocknort Fair is nnt.prl fny ifc pvpitino raonc Tko
free attractions are many and novel. Admission 25 cents
XT 1 1 J? a . . 1 i
iNo extra cnarge ior seats in cnegrana stand.
The famous Kentucky Third Infantry Military Band
will furnish the mnsir. This hnnd i? nno nno nf fV.Q
verv best in thecountrv. The Grandvimv Rnnd willnlcn
be with us on Thursday.
Cori'G and spend a delightful day wilt) us.
T. C. Basye Pres, C. M. Partridge. Sec