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HEADACHES WONDERFULLY EASED

HEADACHES WONDERFULLY EASED

Mro E R.. of Islington London, N.l, Ute»”-“ Being such a “sufferer from bad ii*adflrhes 1 only say what wonderful s£e I fiS when*l take ‘ASPRO*. I really SS know what I should do without them when I these bad attacks with my head. flrat I fly to Is the ‘ASPRO* box and I really t
02 February 1945 - Bo'ness Journal, and Linlithgow Advertiser - Falkirk, Stirlingshire, Scotland
 
We speci&lLie in Infants Wear

We speci&lLie in Infants Wear

Baby's Gowns, good qual- « ities from ,> / , 2nd size Infant’s N/Dresses 24-in. 4/4, 27-in » Ladies' Slacks, nice shade of brown, only 5 coupons at 16/5 SHOP *T THE POPULAR GASH DRAPERS JAMES DOIDS& SONS Baby’s Barracoats from j** " Lotclj soft white baby flannel, yard fc/ll's ,
02 February 1945 - Bo'ness Journal, and Linlithgow Advertiser - Falkirk, Stirlingshire, Scotland
 
HELLO 11 WHAT’S THIS DANCING EVERY SATURDAY IN VICTORIA WELFARE HALL, 8 p.m. to 10 45 p.m. NOTE—NEW BAND THE

HELLO 11 WHAT’S THIS DANCING EVERY SATURDAY IN VICTORIA WELFARE HALL, 8 p.m. to 10 45 p.m. NOTE—NEW BAND THE

BASIN STREET BOYS ADMISSION • i/- WHIST DRIVE on Wednesdays at 7p m. Admission 1/*. Usual Prizes
02 February 1945 - Bo'ness Journal, and Linlithgow Advertiser - Falkirk, Stirlingshire, Scotland
 
Wool Vests, 14*—18" 1 cpn., 20*—28 2 cpns. Children’s Cardigans in asstd colours 2C. & 4c. Infant’s wool Rompers, white,

Wool Vests, 14*—18" 1 cpn., 20*—28 2 cpns. Children’s Cardigans in asstd colours 2C. & 4c. Infant’s wool Rompers, white,

blue & green 2C. Wool Dresses 16" pink, blue and white, 2C. Jersey Suits in various colours 3 c pn - Wool Breeche., Sets 12-in.—i6-in. 3c. & 5c.; also Velour Cloth Sets 16-in.-20.in. 10 cpns. Down Cot Ouilts in pink Cot" Blankets, pink and fawn, no coupons Griffiths & Oliver, So
16 February 1945 - Bo'ness Journal, and Linlithgow Advertiser - Falkirk, Stirlingshire, Scotland
 
MYSTERY BROADCAST

MYSTERY BROADCAST

m in—FARMYARD FOLLIES (u) also Dale Evans and George Byron THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY SUSAN HAYWARD and MICHAEL O’SHEA JACK LONDON a) with MARCH OF TIME No 13 and Coloured Cartoon V,, » , item p.m. utscay to otticuous from 6 p.m kATU RDAV-ConUouoii from 1.30 P.m. Children’. Mati
23 February 1945 - Bo'ness Journal, and Linlithgow Advertiser - Falkirk, Stirlingshire, Scotland
 
ROYAL ARCH MASONS PrejB«tatit>;i Office-beaiers of West; Lothian Provincial Grand Royal Arch Chapter, headed by Grand Stuperin'iendent, Comp. T. P.

ROYAL ARCH MASONS PrejB«tatit>;i Office-beaiers of West; Lothian Provincial Grand Royal Arch Chapter, headed by Grand Stuperin'iendent, Comp. T. P.

Nathaniel J P., Broxburn, ajtended a meeting of Mouni Moriah RA; Chjaptier, Bathgate, when Comp. Nathaniel was the xecipient of wallet of bank notes from ihe Provincial office-bearers in recogni jon of his work as Grand Supeiinttendent for ten years. Comp. John Oliver, Pas’. Sup
23 February 1945 - Bo'ness Journal, and Linlithgow Advertiser - Falkirk, Stirlingshire, Scotland
 
O. E. S. Chipter No. 150. WHISTand TEA (in aid of Force* Fuad) In MASONIC TEMPLE on SATURDAY, 3rd March

O. E. S. Chipter No. 150. WHISTand TEA (in aid of Force* Fuad) In MASONIC TEMPLE on SATURDAY, 3rd March

at 7 pm. A. Brown , Secy
23 February 1945 - Bo'ness Journal, and Linlithgow Advertiser - Falkirk, Stirlingshire, Scotland
 
Marriage*

Marriage*

SHOWELL-JACKSON-On Feby. 1945, at Davybulme Parish Cburcb, Neat Manchester, Oswald Victor Sbowell, Staff Sergeant, R.A'M.C. of Flixton, Neat Mat chts*er, (o Ma ga-et Jackson, Sister, Qs A.I.M.N.S. (R) Bo'ness; CULLEN —\t 2155 Wit de-mere Road, Wa’ketvtl'e, Ontario, Canada, on 16
23 February 1945 - Bo'ness Journal, and Linlithgow Advertiser - Falkirk, Stirlingshire, Scotland
 
To the Editor.

To the Editor.

Dear Sir,— Many and varied are 'he opLiions expressed, and explanations given, among the workers to-day, a the reasons for the success up to noSv, of the national policy of Russia- May I, 'jhrough the medium o your esteemed paper, be allowed put forward for pub.) cat ion what my
23 February 1945 - Bo'ness Journal, and Linlithgow Advertiser - Falkirk, Stirlingshire, Scotland
 
POSSESSION ORDER

POSSESSION ORDER

Against Gipsy Bridge Foreman OEFORE the magistrates Monday, Charles Francis Wass; farmer, of Gipsy Bridge, applied tor a possession order in regard a cottage and garden occupied by his former foreman, Arthur Hunt For applicant, Mr. W. S. Sykes (Messrs. Dyer Marris and Frost, Bos
03 February 1945 - Lincolnshire Standard and Boston Guardian - Boston, Lincolnshire, England