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LEXINGTON. MISSISSIPPI. NOVEMBER 3. 1911.
$1.00 PER YEAR KOL 74~No 25. THE LEXINGTON ADVERTISER* Ei.tlhfc.d ISM t THE HOLMES COUNTY TIMD.iM.MM ISOS ' Not.SO.ISO* —— mm f Sealshipt Oysters Every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday Red Snapper Fish Every Saturday 4 33 JUST RECEIVED NEW * Orange and Lemon Peel Oat Meal Currants Citron Pecans Cocoanots Seeded Raisins Almonds Brazil Nuts Walnuts SPECIAL PRICE ON DRY GOODS FOR THE NEXT 30 DAYS We Saved others Money on Their Purchases. Why not let me help you save your money. - ■' I ; Holmes County's First Annual Fair ONE SOLD)WEEK S*" Fair Grounds, Lexington Bring the family and bring something that you have done, something that you have grown, something that you own. But be to bring something. One Solid Week of Interesting Fun and Frolic. The program provides amusement and fun, as well as exhibits of what your neighbors doing to make Holmes County successful | and one of the best in Mississippi. GET READY! sure are PARTIES HAVING STOCK OR OTHER THINGS TO SWAP OR TRADE WILL FIND OPPORTUNITY AWAITING THEM. Don't be afraid your exhibit will not be as good as some one else and leave it at home. All have had same time to prepare and yours is as good as anybody's. Remember the Judges will not be appointed until the entries are closed and are pledged to see that everyone gets a fair Ideal. Everybody come and let's make Holmes County's First Fair a success that we will all be proud of. M. M. RAYNER, Pres't M. LEWIS, Sec'y