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TO-NIGHT at 7.30. MABEL POULTON and ERIC BRANSBY WILLIAMS. WILD CAT HETTY MUNI= at 1.30, 6 and 2.33.

TO-NIGHT at 7.30. MABEL POULTON and ERIC BRANSBY WILLIAMS. WILD CAT HETTY MUNI= at 1.30, 6 and 2.33.

LBW CODY and IRENE PRINGLE IN TEA FOR THREE
April 5, 1929 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
MONDAY, APRIL Bth, and DURING WEEK.

MONDAY, APRIL Bth, and DURING WEEK.

SATURDAY, 2.80, 8.0 and 8.35.
April 5, 1929 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
Ti/VISTLE (F. J. STONE). Runes) , Read, From, fish Caterer. ' I _

Ti/VISTLE (F. J. STONE). Runes) , Read, From, fish Caterer. ' I _

April 5, 1929 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
LOCAL AGENTS

LOCAL AGENTS

G. MOORE & SON, THE BRIDGE, FROME. CIRCULARS. PRICE LISTS. ACCOUNT BOOKS. MEMOS BILLUEADS. POSTERS OF EV TALLIES. ADDRESS CARDS & TAGS. - CATALOGUES. COAL MERCHANT... * DELIVERY NOTES. HOME NEWSPAPER PRINTING AND PUBt IsHINC CO., Commercial and General Printers, STOKE HOUSE, CHR
April 5, 1929 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
RABBIT HUNS WANTED. 4d. each. J. MILLER. 7, KEYFORD. FROME.

RABBIT HUNS WANTED. 4d. each. J. MILLER. 7, KEYFORD. FROME.

April 5, 1929 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 

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THE FELLOWSHIP OF FREEDOM AND REFORM.

THE FELLOWSHIP OF FREEDOM AND REFORM.

CHALLENGE TO PROHIBITIONISTS !
April 5, 1929 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
A► PUBLIC

A► PUBLIC

OPEN-AIR MEETING WILL BE HELD AGAINST Local Option, Prohibition, and Excessive Restrictions, FOR Real Reforms. THE MARKET PLACE. FROME (If Wet, THE DRILL HALL), TO-MORROW (SATURDAY), at 7.30 p.m. THE RADSTOCK TOWN PRIZE SILVER BAND WILL RENDER SELECTIONS FROM 6.45 P.M. Sl' EA KE
April 5, 1929 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
BUTTER.

BUTTER.

Class 13.—Fresh butter not less than 2 lbs. in weight, made in dairies where no cow or heifer in milk of any Channel Island or Norman breed is kept (open to the United Kingdom)-1. E 3, Mrs. G. Winston, Binder, Wells ; 2, £2, Mrs. Armstrong, Valle House, Frame ; 3, El, Mrs. E. W.
September 30, 1921 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
DON'T GIVE YOUR SIZE-ASK TO BE FITTED. YOUR SPRING SHOES!

DON'T GIVE YOUR SIZE-ASK TO BE FITTED. YOUR SPRING SHOES!

REMEMBERMINCES have the Largest Stooks in the DistrieL . LOWEST PRICES—BEST VALUES. IMP TSIIIIII H. T. BIINCE & SON, Stony Street, borne.
April 5, 1929 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England