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Welcome Fair Visitors—
“SAY IT WITH FLOWERS” CAPITOL FLORAL COMPANY LINDSEY CABANISS, Mgr. Phone 3-2405 JACKSON, MISSISSIPPI Welcome Fair Visitors— WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE EVERYTHING FOR THE AUTOMOBILE FOR LESS 126 W. Capitol St. Jackson, Misssissippi Phone 4-7236 Welcome Fair Visitors— City Coal and Lumber Co. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL LUMBER AND BUILDING MATERIAL Bailey and Cohea Streets Dial 4-8371 JACKSON, MISSISSIPPI CONGRATULATIONS TO THE MISSISSIPPI NEGRO FAIR_ , RANKIN COUNTY BANK BRANDON, MISSISSIPPI FAIR VISITORS ENJOY_ jfcCKSOn, MISS. 229 S. Congress St. - Phone 4-4036 __ Compliments Of JOHNSON CONE BRICK CO. Office and Yards Livingston Road and Y & M. V. R. R. North Manufacturers of FACE BRICK - COMMON BRICK - FIRE BRICK AND HOLLOW BUILDING TILE. Phone 4-7834 — Jackson, Miss Compliments Of ORGILL BROTHERS • HARDWARE COMPANY, Inc. Wholesale Dealer Rear 301-11 W. Pearl Street Dial 4-5025 Jackson Mississippi . ,1 ~ 1 ' Rules and Regulations For Fair Exhibits 1. No entrance fee is charged for exhibiting. 2. Each person or persons preparing exhibits for Fair should notify the Secretary in plenty of time so that space may be reserved for same. After the exhibits have been ar ranged in the space assigned for * them, the owner of said exhibit shall not interfere with same unless writ ten permission to do so is given by the committee in charge and all ex hibits must remain until theclose of the Fair. 4. Property of any character on the fari grounds shall be subject to the control of the Board of Directors; but in no case shall the Board of Directors be held responsible for any loss or damage or injury of any character to such property. The ow ‘ ners thereof must make their own arrangements for insurance. 5. The Board of Directors reserve the right to remove from the Fair Grounds any exhibit, animals, conces sions or show that may be fraudent ly entered or objectionable, without assibning a reason therefore, and if necessary to return the money paid by them for such show or concession as the case may be. 6. All applications for concessions must be submitted to the board of directors a reasonable time before * the opening of the fair. 7. Exhibitors and concessionaires will be required to keep their space and stalls in a clean and sanitary condition. 8. Any person or persons entering the Fair Ground other than through the main entrance will be subject to arrest. 9. No disorderly conduct or profane language will be allowed on the fair grounds. 10 In every contract made by the Mississippi Negro Agriculture Exhi bit Corporation, the foregoing rules and regulations shall form a part thereof as if incorporated therein. r- — Competent and impartial judges wil determine the winners. In awardinj premiums, the judges among othe things, will consider neatness am educational values. 11. No prizes will be awarded whei less than two contestants are enter ed from the same exhibit. 12. Articles entered in one exhibi cannot compete with another. 13. No article will be accepted fo exhibit unless it is of commercial o educational value. 14. All exhibits must be placed b: ten o’clock, A. M. of the openinj day, and remain intact until 10 F M. of closing day. 15. Exhibits will not be accepted un less they meet the catalog require ments; for instance, if the cataloj states a prize for a coop of chick ens and an exhibitor places a pair o three birds ordy, he can expect m prize. 16. All canned products, jellies, jam preserves, etc, must b<5 1942 products 17. Exact ages muts be given for al livestock when registered for exhibit 18. To have a uniform exhibit, it i: suggested that all canned product: will be exhibited in square pint jar: with glass tops. All pickles, relishe: butters, jams, fruit juices, preserve: snd marmalades in square pint jars Jelly should be exhibited in 6 or ! ounce glasses in order to qualify Prices will be paid as listed in prem mm list or their equivalent. Eat Earl’s Pig Skins_ Fair Time and All Time! H. W. LAY and CO., Inc 217 W. Griffith St. Jackson, Miss WELCOME FAIR VISITORS_ ARNOLD BARBER AND BEAUTY SUPPLY CO. “South’s Largest” TOOL GRINDING OUR SPECIALTY HAIR CLIPPERS - SHEARS - SCISSORS - RAZORS KNIVES - SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS, ETC. Complete Barber and Beauty Shop - Supplies and Sundries Also Fixtures 415 W. Capitol St. Phone 3-1074 Jackson, Miss. WELCOME FAIR VISITORS_ THE NEW ALAMO AND BOOKER T. THEATRES The Brightest Spots in Jackson - Exclusively For Colored A. LEHMAN, Manager JACKSON, MISSISSIPPI 1 f Buy War Bonds r > and Stamps__ : NEW DEAL t GROCERY & MARKET r Groceries of all Kinds r Western and Native r r Meats Cold Drinks ; Cor. Church and Farish ; Jackson, Miss Buy War Bonds and Stamps_ G. R. KINNEY CO., Inc. Shoes for The Entire Family 106 E. Capitol St. Jackson, Miss L _ _—_-__ . __ WILSON - GEYER COMPANY Imperial Washable Wallpaper ' Dutch Paint ! 138 Amite St. Dial 3-2745 Jackson, Mississippi 5 _ COMPLIMENTS OF PELAHATCHIE HARDWARE CO. HAR4DWARE, BUILDING MATERIAL and FURNITURE AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS A SPECIALTY S. B. COLLIER, PROP. PELAHATCHIE, MISSISSIPPI Buy War Bonds and Stamps_ VOGUE “The Smart Ladies Shop” E. Capitol St. Jackson, Miss. THE WAY TO SAVE MONEY -Trade At_ LIBERTY CASH GROCERY Fancy and Staple Groceries. Fresh Fruits and Vegetables. Assorted Caned Foods. MEATS All Cuts Guaranteed to be Tender and Full - Flavored Amite Street Jackson, Miss. The Merchants AND Farmers Bank OF KOSCIUSKO, MISS. has been serving the People of Attala and adjoining counties for more than 52 years without interruption. We rejoice at the advancement of the colored farmers of Cen tral Mississippi. We are your friends and have always tried to help you. May the Mississippi State Fair for Negroes be a great success.