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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 15 August 1902

2 RIDdWAV WILL OPEN Dedication of New Theater Set for August 28. Mias Kathertne Kidgeway Hogan, Assisted by liocal Talent, Will Give First Entertainment. Workmen are busy finishing the new Ridgeway theater, preparatory to the dedication, which will take place on August 28. The dedication address will be made by Judge S. J. Chadwick, and Miss Katberine Ridgeway Hogan, "our own K*te," will render several of her choice readings and delineations, and will be assisted by the bent of local talent. This entertainment will be in the form of a dedication of the house and benefit to the promoters and owners of the build ing, and as tbia is a much needed im provement to the city, the Auditorium company should be encouraged with a packed house on this occasion. The cost of the building was intended not to exceed $7000, but they find that it will reach all of $9000 or more. Arrangement of Building. At the right of the entrance door is the ticket office. To the left you turn into the foyer, openi...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 15 August 1902

MD'S NEWS SUMMARY CULLED FROM DISPATCHES. A Rfvlfw «f HappenlDKi In Both 1 an. r». and Western If emlnnherea l>orin X the !•«„« Week-National, Historical, Political and Feraonal Events Tersely Expounded. The Public Ledger and the Phila delphia Times have consolidated and will hereafter appear under the title of "Public Ledger and the Philadelphia Times." King Edward has signalized his cor onation in a memorable manner by the munificent gift to the nation of Os borne house, one of the favorite resi dences of the late Queen Victoria. At Kansas City a windstorm that broke out about 4 o'clock Sunday morning and raged for half an hour accompanied by lightning and rain, is said to have been the severest in 15 years. Walter A. Scott, the Chicago million aire, was stabbed in his office recently. He engaged in a controversy with Wal ter L. Stebbings, which resulted in a scuffle and ended with death. The murderer was overcome on realizing the result of his act. The fourteenth week of the a...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 15 August 1902

4 COLFAX GAZETTE IVAN CHASE, PUBLISHER. KstablUhed, 1877. Entered at the postofflce at Colfax as second class matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATEB Six Months, postage paid One Dollar one Year, postage paid Two Dollars Twenty-five per cent discount for advance payment. Official Paper of the City of Colfax O. R. * N. Time Card. To Portland ••■• 7;05 p.m. To Spokane 6:35 a.m. 3:10 p.m. To Pendleton 11* » «». 7:05 p.m. From Moscow 10:15 a.m. 3:00 p.m. To Moscow 11:15 a.m. 7:35 p.m. County Republican Ticket. Senator. Eighth District -G. B. Wilson of Senator, Ninth District—John Lathrum of Oakebdale. -»,-._• T a Representatives, Eighth District-J. A. Dix of Garfield, Geo. M. Witter of Thornton. Representatives. Seventh District—X J. Durham of Uniontown, Lillis F. Smith of Kndicott. Sheriff-J. E. Canutt of Colfax. Auditor—O. P. Hendricson of if armmgton. Treasurer—L. E. Allen of Golf ax. Clerk—W. O. McCaw of Pullman. Prosecuting Attorney—R. M. Hanna of Colfax. Assessor—L. E. Abrams of Harper. School...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 15 August 1902

NO ft fIF I IPPITT'Q SEEIES 0P ■WEDNESDAY SURPRISE SALES **— W Wl L""" 0 VEDKBSDAT, AUGUST, 20, 1902. AT 8 O'CLOCK Never in the hißtory of this great hou.e have we been able to offer such great bargains in WHITE GOODS T WVo r n f e? mg atthiß *ale- and on Weduendav August 20, during No. 8 of Lippitt's Surprise Sales we will astonish the ladies of Colfax and vKy wkh new and desirable choice styles at prices which will Era d^isr "BkepticaL"Come eariy and get a All of our ■ BJfc to 20c quality white goods during No. Bof Wednesday Surprise Sales, a yard „ 5c All our 25c and better qualities during No. 8 of Wednesday Surprise Sales, a yard IWsC Summer Corsets 85c and $1.00 quality, not very many left on band, but a good range of sizes to close out during No. 8 of Wednesday Surprise sales, each 38c Ladies' Muslin Underwear We need the space and to close them out during No 8 of Wednesday Surprise Sales, Lippitt will sell his Ladies Miihlih Underwear at cost. (See display in Show Window for...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 15 August 1902

8 FOR A PACIFIC CIE AN AGREEMENT IS BEACHED. Will 11.- \iii<tl<-iiii Owned and Oper- Hteil—All Term* Aur«'«-«l I'pon— HiiOHrvi'll nnd Knox Have t.iven AMenl anil Work May He l'.\ --iii-i (• ■! to i ..in ni«ii«-<- Soon. Oyster Bay, Aug. 11. —Terms upon which the desired concessions will be granted for the laying of a cable across the Pacific to the Philippines were discussed at length between the president and Attorney General Knox recently. Several months ago the Pacific mercial Cable company sought permis sion from the executive bTanch of the government to lay a Pacific cable running from San Francisco via Hono lulu and Guam to China, there to con nect with British cable to the Philip pines. The proposition of the com pany was to assume all expense of op erating the cable. For the concessions of the ladings at San Francisco, Hono lulu and Guam the company proposed to grant to the United States govern ment special rates and in certain con ditions of war practically absolute...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 15 August 1902

PAID COUNTY BILLS ComiHissioiiprs Hold Regular Monthly Meeting. Tlit* Itemized List Shows What is Being Done With the Money of the County. Pursuant to adjournment the Board of County Commissioners met on August 4, 1902, Commissioners Hinchliff and Willard present and Klemgard being abneDt until Tuesday. The following claims were presented fur allowance and paid: Allen L E, salaiy as dep co treas $ 75 00 Barroll & Mohney, supplies ct house . 11 85 Bellinger E E, clerk tress office 70 00 BentoD James, dep sheriff 27 00 Benton James, expense dep sheriff ... 10 85 Bocnne Eva, cook at county farm 18 00 liramwell Bro«, supplies surveyor 7 00 Bramwell Bros, supplies clerk 10 25 Bramwell Bros, supplies treasurer 10 C 3 Brauiwell Bros, supplies superior judge 750 Brainwell Bros, supplies pros attorney 300 Campbell Cora, for nursing Mrs East ISJSO—allowed 13 60 City of i'olfax, water rent August..... 21 50 Codil & McKen/.ie, lights ct house 47 00 Cunningham J X, dep treasurer 14 00 Da...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 15 August 1902

8 [ THE FAIR THE FAIR THE FAIR THE FAIR THE FAIR THE FAIR I 1"W""»WB. | THE Pt«Ct TO «»E MONEY. THI PLACE TO S»» C MO«». THE PLACE TO ««« MO»EY. THE PI«CE TO SAVt MOT IY. THE PU.CC TO SAVE ..MET. THE LAST HOURS of Our Midsummer Sales SATURDAY AND MONDAY Will Be Devoted to Bargain Giving". A Deeper Cut on Prices. Watch for Our Red Dodgers. OUR GUARANTEE: I •€7m^C^J | Mail Orders, when accompanied by the 1 Money Back if Goods Are Not JJSjCJI^, j^[JT/^£/ Cash ' always receive '""' prompt an(l Satisfactory. MmMMSSmU'iSf&VWti'lSfflW careful attention. COLPAX, - - "WASH. — THE — ATHLETIC —. GIRL — *' l^T OT for me," said the baeh l^k dor. Be was referring not I<> tike cooling driuk just | placed at his elbow, but to the subject under discus sion at the moment "Why not?" retorted the new woman Indignantly. "You wouldn't have wo man go back or stand still in the mat ter of development, would you?" "I don't call that going forward; do you?" drawled the bachelor nischie vonsly as be...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 22 August 1902

THE COLFAX GAZETTE TWENTY-FIFTH YEAR. KUHN HARDWARE CO. SUCCESSOR TO THE Livingstone Hardware Co. Carry the Most Complete Line of" Stoves, Ranges, Hardware and Tinware In The Palouse Country. ======== Headquarters lor ======== SCREEN DOORS, LAWN MOWERS, RUBBER HOSE, LIME, AND BARB WIRE American Hog Fence, Guaranteed Hog Tight Give Us a Call and Be Convinced The Kuhn Hardware Co. Colfax, Washington. THE COE COMMISSION CO. CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $300,000 Grain, Commission and Stock Brokers Direct Wires to Chicago, New York, St. Louis, f > 111 ii t li. Cootiaeooa markets received, giving every fluctuation of the different specu lative and investment securities. We own and operate the most extensive private wire system in the United States We buy and sell for cash or on margin any commodity delt in on the various exchanges. REFERENCES: Sixty-Five State and National Banks. LOCAL REFERENCES: The Second National Bank. CfeMfcx ©nice, liim 1 and 2, Bellinger Block, Main St. Telephone Main Ml...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 22 August 1902

2 ROLLER MILL BURNS Has Colfax an Incendiary in Uer Midnt? Three Fires Within Ten Days Has Caused Much Uneasiness to Property Owners. On Thursday evening of last week after The Gazette had gone to prees fire was discovered at the Eagle roller mill plant in North Colfax. The entire fi«<± department was ordered out and were, kept busy for about four hours. For tunately there was no wind and the fire was confined to the mill property, but this was practically a total loss. The fire originated under the floor of a shed addition to the mill proper. This shed if built out over the river bunk and a person could easily get under it from the river side at the present stage of low water, and in the opinion of most of Col fax's citizens the fire was started by an incendiary who reached the spot in this manner. The mill, which was owned by C. H. Warner of San Francisco and his Bon, H. 11. Warner of Colfax, L. T. Bragg, who has long been connected with the mill, having only a few days previou...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 22 August 1902

man m huh FROM DISPATCHES. A H.,i,« „| ll«i»|M-nlii KB |„ »„!!, BM4«ra n..,l \\ ( .«terii ll.MiilHplu.reH •>«Mi:in 11..- Pn| Week—National, Historical, l'oliii< :l i „»«! lVr»»nul Kv«Mta Titspl, Kxik.hiiil.-iI. The viceroy of Sze Chuan reports that imperial troops attacked the rebel headquarters at Inchawan August 12. One thousand rebels were killed and their leader, Tong Ln Hung, was cap tured and executed. The decomposed body of Mrs. Jessie Tuman was found 100 yards from her home near Muscatine, lowa. Her hus band, unconscious and mortally wound ed, was found on the Door in the house, which Bhowed signs of a desperate Btruggle. The state department has received a dispatch from T. S. Sharetts, the treasury expert who was commissioned by the state department to negotiate a tariff treaty between the United States niul China, Btating that the treaty was signed on the 15th instant and that he would sail for the United States on the first Bteamer. While fishing in the Hudson river...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 22 August 1902

4 OolTax as second class matter. „_, » iih-ii I • ••! BOBBCRIFTION BATKB. HU Mouth*, po»U«e paid One Dollar <-■..« Year, pottage paid. . Two Dollars Twenty-fire per cent discount for advance payment. Otißclal Paper of tbe City of Col fax O. R. * N. Time Card. To Portland 7:05 p.m. To Spokane 6:35 a.in. .*:10 p.m. ToPendleton 11:05 am. 7:05 p.m. From Moscow 10:15 a.m. 3:00 p.m. To Moscow 11:15 a.m. 7:35 p.m. County Republican Ticket. Senator, Eighth District -G. B. Wilson of Pullman. Senator, Ninth District—John Lathrum of Oakefcdale. Representatives, Kighth District-J. A. Dix of Garfield, Geo. M. Witter of Thornton. Representative!*, Seventh District—E. J. Durham of Uniontown, Lillis F. Smith of Kudicott. Sheriff -J. E. Canutt of Colfax. Auditor- O. P. Hendricson of Farmington. Treasurer—L E. Allen of Colfax. Clerk—W. O. McCaw of Pullman. Prosecuting Attorney—X. M. Hanna of Colfax. Assessor —L. E. Abrams of Harper. School Superintendent—Miss L. L. West of Rosalia. Surveyor—Harry ...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 22 August 1902

NQ 9 OF LIPPITR SEEIES °F WEDNESDAY STJEPEI3E SALES **— ** U' UMII' " WEDNESDAY, AUGUST, 27, 1902 the greatness of these values by seeing them. J S unite Goods < S , „ ,~. ~~>^^— ~^^^ c~-~~~~>~>~>~^^s^^ ~~~v~^^ AngWt 27, during No. Dof Lippitt'. Surpri." Sa'ej I I i 2 !! 0 to *H 50 o»ttlitJ. No. Sol > ■'* Ita|l>nßga n underwear for 25c i i i ay Sarpriae Sales 'your choiw '8 pßir *'-00 £jz ; ibb: dr d— "- «« M» - lw2Lsyi^r&K,!ij^ Ni::«. Jafflst^s^,SftJ!!ii;i«i.| *20IJBIack(ir""°of<)r *i(» S° „, €|O"1|I1S l| J I*2^l S $2.00 Black or Brown Fedora lor $100 ! < y°u ever buy clotbin X a; Lippett'n? If you have'! Summer Corsets » ™ otter b.ack co.ambi M for $150 Bo *s' Shirt Walsts Cc, w7w haS7^to^^wSSi, '£;"? |: awsstrajsusa -a Whatswhil et beylae tfor lOc {^^-^tttar.vssfi —^«»^ej3Bttt« Hr;;| dnrin, No. 9of WedneßdVLTp^at^ SBe Men's Shoes dßy Borpriee Sales ' at *'Oc Men's Suits jj Ladies' Muslin Underwear "S^oo^ 00 KTsft floe Bh°e8 ' Children's Wash l>re...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 22 August 1902

(> W tosr^^; —ZSS~ • » Sowlne Crimson Clover. The 6eeds of crimson clover, when lown In corn, are put in at the last cultivation of the corn, in July or Au gust, according to locality and the growth of the corn. It is the general practice to simply scratch the seed in and while this is often sum'eient it re sults In loss in seasons when drought prevails or even when the season is only a little more than ordinarily dry. Twelve to fifteen pounds of seed should be used per acre, and it should be put In just before the last cultivation of to corn so that the latter process will cover It well. Of course it will not Btand the winter in all sections, but if handled in t!>e manner suggested It will do well in most sections where the red clover succeeds. The feeding value of clover hay is high, as Is its fertilizing value, to say nothing of the value of having a clover crop on the Boil during the winter, so that every farmer should make great efforts to k4^hL i*■ 'V' '■' y^i' '>,'//...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 22 August 1902

NEWS OF THE COIM Thing* Heard, Said and Done by Oar Neighbors. Iteportetl by Correspondents of The Gazette and Gathered from Other Sources. LACROSSK. A. B. Hooper has gone to JCheney to be absent about two weeks. Miss Mollie McOlure of Washtucna w«h in town Friday on her way to ("olfax. A hiwter of Mrs. M. A.. Hubbard was over from Dayton visiting the past few days. Jospph Carman our esteemed section foreman was called to Riparia with his section crew last Friday night and did not return untlil Monday morning. Miss Jennie Rudolph and Mrs. Ed. Gould were in town Tuesday. E. 1). Eldridge went to the county sent Wednesday. Alice Hooper of Hooper, was with us Friday for a few hours. A graphaphone and moving picture company gave an entertainment at the school house Friday night. Harvesting is in full blast and men are scarce. Mr. and Mrs. Smith left Sunday for Spragae where he has a job in a black smith shop. Lacrosse people are sorry to have them leave, but all wish them BUCceM in their...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 22 August 1902

8 THE FAIR THE FAIR THE FAIR THE FAIR THE FAIR THE FAIR*! THE PLACE TO SAVE HONEY. THE PLACE TO SAVE MONEY. THE PLACE TO SAVE MONEY. THE PLACE TO SAVE MONEY. THE PLACE TO SAVE MONEY. THE PLACE TO SAVE MONEY. I FRIDAY, SATURDAY AND MONDAY TUF rMn °f the Mill Knds S l)ecial Sal(k" ° Illy a few remain and those will be sacrificed I IRL LIIKJ Regardless Of Cost or Value. It is undoubtedly the last opportunity to secure such bargains, as they are coming to a close. Not over 1400 yards of calico, worth 6j cents, Q I 2000 yards of Linen Torchon Ws. ranging 2° tor from lj inches to 4 inches wide, worth from ——■—-■•——--—-■■— ----■■■■^____«««««__««_ 1 « — _ 81 . 10c to 25c a yard, insertion to match, your Jf About 900 yards of apron check Ginghams, Qft T^T A t-w t^ -r-m-r -m-i- choice for this sale vL worth 6 cents, go for ?.....' ZC ]\ A) I ) FT! ON X-L1 700 yards of Liberty satin washable ribbon, 4 to 5 inches wide, worth 40 cents a yard, for Ci A 800 yards of 38-inch plain colored Percales...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 29 August 1902

THE COLFAX GAZETTE TWENTY-FIFTH YEAR. B BROWN & KIMBALL H I At the New Store Are prepared to serve the people of Colfax community with a stock of New Goods fresh from the East, consisting of General Merchandise In Every Line^-. will be found all goods strictly up-to-date. Owing to delay in freight, our stock is not as yet entirely complete. I Country Produice BROWN 6s 3HMBALL Phone Main 021 COLFAX, WASHINGTON. Keep Your Eyes ON RED FRONT CLOTHING CO. We are receiving the Largest, Best and most Up-To- Date Fall Stock we ever had the pleasure of showing. No use talking, it will beat all our previous efforts. Drop In. tJOS URBAN Jpllfe uuu. uiiunii T\ Lamm & Co. MfWfl "The Best on Earth" W< fXfl is selling his stock of Sum- U lili/i nier woolens at very low j |J IO prices. Orders for men's 1 ij|M|| 'll Karments taken and filled Jg, \ Will StK.p—over Thp Palm, nest lls^ijiJls to Hamilton's drug store. &P *lg\ No. 15 No. 13 axelvAssoTtmeutof Crocksry and Diinisp Ssts Which...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 29 August 1902

2 METHODISTS COMING Annual Conference Conrenes at Colfax, September 3. Indications are th.«t the Attendance Will be the largest In the Society's History. The Columbia River Conference of the Methodist Episcopal church will convene at Colfax next Wednesday, September 3, with Bishop Earl Cranston, of Portland, resident bishop of the Pacific Northwest, presiding. On Tuesday evening a reception will be given to the visitors at the court house by the citizens of Colfax. Mayor Lippitt will preside over themeeting,and addresses of welcome will be delivered by Judge Cbadwick of the superior court, Rev. H. C. Edgar of the United Presby terian church and Rev. C. E. Gibson, D.D., presiding elder of the Moscow dis trict. Invocation by Rev. H. S. Black, pastor of the Colfax Baptist church. Music will be furnished during the evening by the Colfax orchestra. Synopsis of the Program. Conference will open at 8:30 Wednes day morning with administration of the Lord's supper, followed by roll call and ...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 29 August 1902

NO lit fIF I IPPITT^ SERIES °F WEDNESDAY SURPRISE SALES = *W "■ Lll i I M 0 WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 3 1902. Every day, every hour, almost every minute, new goods are arriving-coming so fast that we don t know what to do with them; cur stock rooms are full, the aisles are blocked and there are more to come. We must make some sacrifices. Here they are: • • .' . An Opportune Offering! NEW DEESS GOODS Mothers of Girls Attention! Just "whoa you are preparing your girls for School wq make this Spec ial Sale of inexpensive but stylish Fabrics suitable for school dresses. TVPW i^lllolinoG 42 inches wide, a full line , " of shades, most desirable colorings, cheap at f 1 00 a yard-during No. 10 £X „ of VNednesday Surprise sales, a yard OtiC* Ne\V HPTlHptta* AND SERGES, 40 to 44 iICVV -LLCllHettaS inches «ide, all the larenr, colorings and shades, 40c and 50c vnlues—dur- QK ing No. 10 of Wednesday Surprise sales, 25c and ODQ TVpw Tnmp«iniiTifi a" w°°'. in ;■'' the ii u» xiuiliefcpuilS lateHt Bhad...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 29 August 1902

4 COLFAX GAZETTE IVAN CHASE, PUBLISHER. KiUbltahed, 1877. Entered at the postoffice at Collax as second class matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATEB. Ms Months, postage paid One Dollar one Year, postage paid Two Dollars Twenty-flve per cent discount for advance payment. _ Official Paper of the Cityjof Go I fax O. R. & N. Time Card. To Portland. 7:05 p.m. To Spokane 6:35 a.m. 3:10 p.m. To Pendleton 11:05 am. 7:05 p.m. From Moscow 10:15 a.m. 3:00 p.m. To Moscow 11:15 a.m. 7j35 p.m. County Republican Ticket. Senator, Eighth District -G. B. Wilson of Pullman. , Senator, Ninth District-John Lathrum of Oake&dale. . Representatives, Eighth District-J. A. Dix of Gartield, Geo. M. Witter of Thornton. Representative*. Seventh District—E. J. Durham of Uniontown, Lillis F. Smith of Kndieott. Sheriff—J. E. Canuttof Coif ax. Auditor—O. P. Hendricson of Farmington. Treasurer—L. E. Allen of Colfax. Clerk—W. (). McCaw of Pullman. Prosecuting Attorney—lt. M. Hanna of Colfax. Assessor —L. E. Abrams of Har...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 29 August 1902

* *"Oa: ill st . LouisFair « U *^ I ill Makes Public OF THG 111 Rwles Governing p _ - , $fl Airship Race fj ft f\ I F\ For *loo'o°o Prize [Special Correspondence.] ST. LOUIS, July 29.-Following are the official rules and reg ulations for the aeronautic contests at the world's fair at St. Louis, 1904: The Louisiana Purchase exposition has appropriated the sum of $200,000 for an aeronautical competition and exhibition. Of this a sum of $100,000 is ottered as a grand prize to Be com peted for and awarded under the fol lowing rules and conditions prescribed: Fifty thousand dollars has been ap propriated for minor and subsidiary prizes for competitions between air ships, balloons, airship motors, kites, etc. The remaining $50,000 is reserved for the expense incident to the competi tion. The competition is open to all with out limitation as to the power used or mechanical principles involved. No applicant shall be admitted to the competition who does not present eat- '" ' bsfactory eviden...

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