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TO KEEP THE LIPS SOFT

TO KEEP THE LIPS SOFT

DURING spell of cold weather the lips are very apt to get rough and to crack. This is painful, and, as prevention is so much better than cure, it is wise to try to keep them soft and supple. Every day after cleaning the teeth the lips should be carefully dried and then gently ma
February 15, 1930 - Folkestone, Hythe, Sandgate & Cheriton Herald - Folkestone, Kent, England
 
the central.

the central.

'j', screening at the Central Picture j e this week of "The Trespasser,” thring Miss Gloria Swanson, has a great success. It is certainly t, ® ' the finest sound and talking piccin offer ed to Folkestone and district naBoer6 - There is. too. a strong supprogramme. "The Trespasse
February 15, 1930 - Folkestone, Hythe, Sandgate & Cheriton Herald - Folkestone, Kent, England
 
Public Notices,

Public Notices,

February 15, 1930 - Folkestone, Hythe, Sandgate & Cheriton Herald - Folkestone, Kent, England
 
Showing Greatest Motion Picture of the Age ! PICTURE HOUSE, SANDGATE Commencing SUNDAY 16th FEBRUARY. FOR ONE WEEK. Daily at

Showing Greatest Motion Picture of the Age ! PICTURE HOUSE, SANDGATE Commencing SUNDAY 16th FEBRUARY. FOR ONE WEEK. Daily at

6.0 and 8.30. Sundays at 8.0.
February 15, 1930 - Folkestone, Hythe, Sandgate & Cheriton Herald - Folkestone, Kent, England
 
SHOPS TO BE LET

SHOPS TO BE LET

Position Chditon Road do. Saffilgate Road Rent Premium . £1 nil A do. . £2AO £l5OO GOING CONCERNS. Trade Price Remarks General Good round butcher’s Busy spot lairdressers’ Bargain Private Hotel £22(H) Fine posit’u do. £l3OO Near Leas The above are only a few extracts from our Re
February 15, 1930 - Folkestone, Hythe, Sandgate & Cheriton Herald - Folkestone, Kent, England
 
THE LATE Mr, S. MEDHUEST.

THE LATE Mr, S. MEDHUEST.

long residents of Sandgate—the late Mr. and Mrs. T. Woodman. Describing the circumstances that led up to the death of his father, Mr. S. T. Medhurst said to a representative of the ” Western Mail and South Wales News on Monday: “My father was standing in front of the fire readin
February 15, 1930 - Folkestone, Hythe, Sandgate & Cheriton Herald - Folkestone, Kent, England
 
TEACHERS DINNER AT PAVILION

TEACHERS DINNER AT PAVILION

HOTEL Over people were present at the dinner of the Folkestone and District Branch of the National Union of Teachers, held on Saturday last at Hie Royal Pavilion Hotel. Mr. A. C. Tansley (President, Folkestone and District N.U.T.) presided, and among others present were:-The May
February 15, 1930 - Folkestone, Hythe, Sandgate & Cheriton Herald - Folkestone, Kent, England
 
DREDGING

DREDGING

The Surveyor submitted to the Canal Committee a summary of the cost of dredging the whole of the bed of the canal according to Messrs. Priestman’s Co., Ltd, CHERITON. ’Phone Cheriton 8, Foster’s Imperial Laundry FOR GOOD SERVICE.
February 15, 1930 - Folkestone, Hythe, Sandgate & Cheriton Herald - Folkestone, Kent, England
 
ETHINGHILL.

ETHINGHILL.

ENTERTAINMENT. —On Friday evening the children of village and the members of the Women’s Institute gave their annual entertainment to the inmates of the Guardians’ Institution. The children, who had been Under the careful (uition of Miss Shillingford (Hon. Secretary) and Miss Ma
February 15, 1930 - Folkestone, Hythe, Sandgate & Cheriton Herald - Folkestone, Kent, England
 
DEAR,

DEAR,

WHEN YOU ARE IN
February 15, 1930 - Folkestone, Hythe, Sandgate & Cheriton Herald - Folkestone, Kent, England