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The Lexington Advertiser

The Lexington Advertiser was a newspaper published in Lexington, Mississippi. The title varied somwhat over the years.

Publication History

The Lexington Advertiser began in 1838. It published simply as The Advertiser for some of the 1870s. In 1902 The Lexington Advertiser merged with the Holmes County Progress, publishing as the Progress-Advertiser until reverting to The Lexington Advertiser in 1904. It briefly published as the Times-Advertiser after a fire in 1906. No issue or contribution copyright renewals were found for this serial. The Lexington Advertiser ceased publication in 1985.

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