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J. K. HOPKINS, President Princeton
SPRINGFIELD, ILLINOIS, APRIL 15, 1915.
B. M. DAVISON, Secretary Springfield
J. F. PRATHER, Treasurer Williamville
MAIN ENTRANCE TO THE ILLINOIS STATE FAIR GROUNDS AT SPRINGFIELD
Everyone Should Have a Vacation
At some time during the year, and I take this opportunity to suggest that the most fitting time and place to spend it is during the Illinois State Fair at Springfield, September 17 to 25, both inclusive.
Not only would a visit to the State Fair be a diversion from your regular vocation, but instructive in many ways. Those who are interested in Farm Products, Live Stock, Machinery, Art, Educational Exhibits, Etc., will find the very best on exhibition in competition for supremacy, while others, interested in amusements, will find plenty to occupy their time and attention.
At this date we cannot say definitely just what special attractions will be employed, but enough high-class ones are being considered so that it is safe to say that the 1915 Illinois State Fair will eclipse all previous ones in Spectacular Attractions, New and Up-to-Date.
Now is the time to arrange for your vacation to be spent at the Illinois State Fair.
Later a complete list of attractions will be published in your local newspapers.
Read carefully the following pages of this edition of "The Illinois State Fair News," and get in touch with the glowing prospects for a greater fair than has heretofore been held on the State Fair Grounds.
The Boys' and Girls' Pig Club, a new innovation, is bound to take.
Old Relics that have long since ceased to be necessary on the farm and in the home will be displayed in greater number than ever before. Additional Covered Walks are now in the course of construction, so that, rain or shine, access can be had to the various buildings without exposure or loss of time in viewing the immense number of articles on exhibit.
B. M. DAVISON.