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CAfflHACTHBI mnrIAt, SEPT. 17.1916 SWANSEA MERCANTILE CO., Ltd., Of 18, PARK STREET, SWANSEA, Maker Cash Advances from £ 10 to £ 1,000 To Commercial Gentlemen, Tradesmen, Farmers, and Respectable Householders on their' own Note of Hand, at a low rate of Interest. STRICTLY PRIVATE. CONFIDENTIAL. For further particulars apply H. B. JONES, 18, Park Street, Swansea
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NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS Tl» wale of oharg« for prepaid iuiTPrtiMiitiAiAi m the CABMABTHBN JOUBHAL under tha ciasss- SL.tion. Vio&nt, SH. b, P" ^"VTund JS Let or Sold, Apartment., Lost and Found, and Miscellaneous, will in future b* at TELEGRAM RATE. No. of One Three Six Wordl. insertiom. insertions. insertiOUL S = U E it z It S '■■■ J | 42 1 8 3 6 6 6 SEEKING FOR SITUATIONS. ,awt WORDS FOR SIXPENCE. All order, for advertisements must bear the name and address of the advertiser, and murt panied by remittance to OCTer the cost either in B.&LPPBNNY Stampl or Money Order. The Publisbera do not guarantee the of s.-SffSrsniA s jys? ,g sr i z s ss*s refuse insertion of an advertisement. Whilst great pains are taken to the Publishers would imprsse upon *dvert^™ JJ eeed for legible writing. In any oa«e they only insert advertisement* upon the condition that thy JTSt accept -responsibility for inaocuraoie., nor for any consequence arising Matitez). renlvine to advertisements please Whmention»§armarthen Journal." AN Apprentice to the Printing Trade i» «**uir«d AT the JOURNAL Office.-Apply to the Manager. — THE Manner of the CABMABTHB* JODBNAL be pleased to make an offer for any of the paper, bound or otherwise. The volume for 1810 ie specially wanted. "IT/TILK^-WantedTTbout 30 to 40 galbnTof jell- M Pooled Milk, 6 to 12 months contract. Apply, Fred Gambold, Mount Pleasant, Swansea. WANTED, 40 gallons of New Milk daily; well cooled; 6 or 12 months' contract.-W. Jones, 20, Matthew Street, Swansea. WANTED, 26 to 30 Gallons of New Milk, daily (well cooled) from Oct. 1st, 1915; six or twelve months' contract. Highest references.-F. C. Goodwin, The Restaurant, Landore. (2735p SUPPLIES of well-cooled Milk required, good prioa gi-ven: churns tound.-C»„.rthe» United Dairies, Llanelly. (2716p WANTED, 40 to 50 gallons of well-cooled Milk daily.—Apply, Davi«, 7, Salisbury Square, Cardiff. — "ANTED. 30 to 55 gallons Milk daily; six or 12 months' contract; highest prices give Apply, D. Walter, 22, Abbey Road, Port Talbot WANTED, steady Maid, 18 to 24; small family, W no children, good wages, private house, Carmarthen-Letter to J. A. J., JOURNAL Office, Carmarthen. (3907 WANTED, an Assistant, and Errand Boy at once.—Lipton, Carmarthen. (MM WANTED Dairy of well-cooled Milk, delivered at Cardiff Station; 6 months' contract from Oct. 1st next. State price, etc., Richards, 3, -Aller- ton Street, Grange, Cardiff. (2747p^ WANTED, strong Youth as apprentice to General Country Trade.-Thomas Mer- chant, Talog. (2746p WANTED, 30 to 40 gallons well-cooled Milk daily.—Apply, stating quantity and price 12 months' contract, George. 15, Victoria Terrace, Swansea. (2749p WANTED, a Lad between 18 and 21, as Goods' Carter.—Apply, W. H. Owens, Greyer, Upper Brynamman. (2756p WANTED, for superior "Village Shop near Car- marthen, sharp Boy leaving school; good chances if suitable and true.—Write Homelike," JOURNAL, Carmarthen. (2763p -M JTLK Wanted, 6 or 12 months' contract.—Apply, IYJL J H Thomas, Gwalia Dairy, Cardiff. (2762p WANTED, 30 to 40 gallons, more or less, of fresh Milk daily.—Quantity and Price to J. Llovd and Co., King Edward Road, Swansea. (2761p TRAVELLER.—Wanted immediately, Canvasser and Collector; good connection made; salary and commission.—Apply, stating full particulars, Herbert Jones and Co., Carmarthen. WANTED, young General for small f amily, country girl preferred.—Apply, Mrs. Wallis- Jones, Llys-yr-onen, Carmarthen. LLANELLY RURAL DISTRICT WATER WORKS, VAN POOLS, CARMARTHENSHIRE. AVVIES Wanted immediately; good piece-work rates and bonus paid. Day-work rate, 7d. per hour, and 4s. per week war bonus. Canteens ■4m' on Works, and good hut accommodation (4d. per night). Sub. daily.—Apply on Works. WHITTAKER ELLIS, Llanddeusant, near Llangadock. BAKERY.—Wanted, a good strong Lad to deliver Bread and to make himself useful; must be good salesman.—Apply, Roberts and Sons, Llan- dovery. (3950 Uo let. TO BE LET, from Michaelmas next, BEIDIAU FARM, Cayo, 116 Acres.—Apply, Messrs. J. Davies and Son, Mining Engineers, Estate Agents, and Auctioneers, Cowell House, Llanelly. (3889 LLANDOVERY.—" ALLTYGOG HOUSE, to Let. Detached Villa Residence. Twelve Rooms. Bath Room. Splendid Garden. Fruit Trees. Good Water Supply. Delightfully situated. Adjoining Golf Links-Apply, David Evans, Brad- ford House, Llanelly. (2753p TO LET, with possession at Michaelmas next, the Small Holding called "TYCANOL on the Beule Estate, in the Parish of Llangunnor, near Carmarthen, about 35 Acres with Dwelling-house, etc. Some adjoining land is usually held with this. —Apply, Barker, Morris and Owen, Solicitors, Carmarthen. 'Co Zet PARISH OF ABERNANT. PWLLDYFARCH. TO LET, for a term of years or on a yearly -M. tenancy the Farm of Pwlldyfarch, containing about 135 Acres of very useful arable and pasture land. This Farm, well watered and intersected by good roadis, is situated about 5 milee from Carmar- then. Apply, D. E. Stephens-Davies, Carmarthen. (2899 TO BE LET (furnished), GWYNONDALE, Llan- arthney (within half-a-mile of station church and post office), 3 reception, 5 bedrooms, large play- room, bathroom, attics; garden, paddock and out buildings.—Apply, C. Froodvale Davies, Hafdre, Llanwrtyd Wells. (3903 TO Let, THREE HORSE SHOES, Llandovery; fully licensed. Also the PENYBONT INN, Llanginning t. Clears.—Apply, Buckley's Brewery, Llanelly. TO Let, RHYDYWHEEL SHOP, situated 2 miles from Newcaetle-Emlyn; possession Michaelmas.—For further particulars, apply B. Davies, Carne, Newcastle-Emlyn. (2745p HITLAND.-TO Let, TRAVELLERS' REST W Inn, double licensed; low rental; possession September 29th.—Apply, Felinfoel Brewery, Llan- elly. (3928 DANYGRAIG, TALLEY. TO LET, with possession this month, the above attractive Residence and Garden, with or without 8 acres of first-claw grazing land surround- ing same. The house, which overlooks the celebrated Talley Lakes with oharming views, is in excellent order, and oontains sitting-room, dining-room, par- lour, 6 bedrooms, bathroom, w.c., kitchen, scullery, and out-offices. -Apply, Cawdor Estate Office, Car- mrthen. for Sale R SALE, Freehold Modern Villa, near Church, -T Post, and Station. Easy distance to Carma-. then.—Powell, JOURNAL Offioe, Carmarthen. (2739p 100 RATS A NIGHT. Mr. Spenee Palmer, Chemist, Thornbury, writes :-H With a 1/- tin of Rodine Rat Poison, Miss Ogburn killed 100 rats in one night. Rodine makes a clean sweep. Tins 6d. 1/ 2/ 3/ 5/ post 2d., Harley Chemist, Perth. Agents: W. Lloyd, Chemist, Carmarthen; D. M. Davies, Chemist, Llandilo; J. Nicholas, Drug Stores, Llandovery; J. J. Davies, Llanybyther; D. Rogers, Chemist, St. Clears; D. J. Lewis, Chemist, Llandebie. PRINTED Notices bearing the words, Apart- ments," A House to Let," This House to Let," may now be had at the JOURNAL Office. Price Id. each, by post lid. VISITING CARDS.—Ladies' size—Plain, 1/6; Gilt-edged, 1/9 for 50. Gent's size—Plain or Gilt-edged, 1/6 for 50 post free. Cash with order.—JOURNAL Office, Carmarthen. Orders must be for 50 or more. WERN House, near Llandefeilog, and about 2 £ miles from Kidwelly and Ferryside, to be let September 29th, containing three reception rooms, kitchens and offices, three bedrooms on first, and three en the second floors, large lawn and garden, stable and coach-house.—Apply to Geo. Humphreys, 10, Langland Road, Mumbles. (2696p -I R SALE, Real Turkey Carpet, new, 13ft. by JT lift.; also fawn Axminster, 15ft. by 9ift. What offers?-Apply, T. A. JOURNAL Office, Carmar- then. (2705p FOR SALE, medium-sized, modern Residence; exceedingly well-built (cavity walls); stabling, garage, etc., half-acre well-laid-out grounds, pro- ductive garden, 16 acres excellent pasture; exqui sitely situated; convenient station.Phillips, Paro-y- Bryn, Broadlay, Ferryside. (2738p FOR SALE, or to Let, Freehold Modern Villa -T near Church, Post, and Station. J (,ties, Gwynfryn, Llanpumpsaint, near Carmarthen. (2758p TO CLEAR.—A few oopies of "The Raven," a novel based upon the Life and Times of Sir Rhys ab Thomas by the Rev. Glynfab Williams, are still on hand. and are now offered at HALF-PRICE viz., 3d. EACH, or by post 4d. For this novel the author was awarded the first prize at the Carmar- then National Eisteddfod, August, 1911. Secure a Copy now as only a limited number remain, and THERE WILL BE NO REPRINT. -JOURNAL Office, Carmarthen. WE can provide you with WEDDING INVI- TATION CARDS at 2/9 per do«en, 60 for 6/9, or 100 for 11/ FAnvelopet to match stamped with silver Initial are included in these prices. WE offer you value In WEDDING CARDS. Prices from 2/3 per dozen, 50 for 6/9, or 10Q for 9/ including Envelopes to match. We invite you to inspect our latest samples.—JOURNAL, Car- marthen. NEAT Correspondence brings GOOD RESULTS. TYPEWRITTEN LETTERS are always BEST. Before deciding upon your machine send for list of bargains to D. L. EVANS, WOODLANDS, HENLLAN, Cardiganshire, Agent for all standard makes. New or second-hand can be supplied at shortest notice at LOWEST PRICES. (2350p OF INTEREST TO FARMERS.—A few copies 0 are still on hand of the Booklet-The Shire v. Strong-boned Cob or Roadster, and mT1 be bad from the JOURNAL Office. Price Id. each, by post lid. ROLL Tickets worded Admission—id-, 6d., 1/- and 1/6" always in .took al the JoUBVAL Office. Price 1/- per 1.000. or by post 1/1. Supplied only in thousands Terms Cash with order.- JOURNAL Offioe, Caraaarthe*. IIASillE SI Afi All grades, analyses guaranteed, delivered any station in England and Wales.-Charles Pioken, Merchant, Wolver- hampton. (Ullp PEATll08sTlTTEI».j~ js&fJrz tion.—Charles Picken, Merohant, Wolverhampton. ,h GOVERNESS Cars, Ralli Traps, the lightest and G most up-to-date en the market. About Twenty new, ready, immediate delivery. Rubber Tyres and without. Sent any distance in crates. Hundreds ef pleased customers. Testimonials re- ceived daily. 50 years' reputation. Low cash prioea.-Avery's, Coachboilders, Deck StreM. New- port, Moa We have the 100 GUINEA SAXON CARS IN STOCK ALSO v Electric Light & Self-starter Model. D. BRADBURY JONES & Co. West Wales Garage, I CARMARTHEN. Ifor Sale LADIEB READ THIB I Advioe tree for stamp Mrs. R. 8tewart's Famous Female Remedy, never fails.-Address, I. Guinea Street, Bristol. NEW rubber-tyred Governess Car, painted blue, kane panelled, silver-mounted' fittings.— Apply, Mrs. Evans, Dolauville, Llanybyther. (3946 SHORTHORN CALVES. STRONG healthy Calves are sent carriage paid upon lots of two or more to any station in your district. Bred from large-framed Shorthorn sirps and dams. Full of hair and bone. Un- doubtedly the best obtainable. No fanoy prioes. For prioe list and book of testimonials, apply Fred .B. Gill, Wynngate, Whitchuroh, Salop. (Sistp Musical instruments D. J. SNELL'S ANNOUNCEMENTS. PIANOS & ORGANS.-New or Seoond-h-nd II all the leading Makers, at greatly reduced prices during war-time. New Pianos from 215 10.. Bargain List free.-D. J. Snell, 20, u' and B, High Street, Arcade, Swansea. RAMAPHONM, from 21/ New Double-sided G records from Is. Id. each. Thousands of Re- cords in Stock to select from. Lists free.—D. J. Snell. Hish Street Aroade. Swansea. %ost anfc ffounfc STRAYED to GiMach, Llanwrda, since August 17th, a Sheep and Wether; pitch-marked I.T. on hind parts. If not claimed within 14 days will be sold.—Jones. (2760p STOLEN or Strayed, on Saturday -t-mi inst., from Tirdail, Nantgaredig, Spaniel (bitch). Answers to the name of Vick. Liver and white, with burnt scar on back. Owner's name engraved on collar. Anyone on returning same to above address will be rewarded; detainer prosecuted. (2764 X OST, since 16th August, Two Ewes (one black), seven Lambs (three not sheared), marked red on neck and loin, also D pitch-marked on sheared. Detainer prosecuted.—Rees, Red Lion, Llande- feilog, Kidwelly. (2740p financial LONDON & PROVINCIAL DISCOUNT CO.. LTD. IMMEDIATE CASH ADVANCES. £1 n to £ 1,000 are privately oompl. < ed at 24 hours' notice on your -simple promise to repay, without preliminary fees. Call or write to the Manager, W. SHIRLEY, 48, Stokes Croft, Bristol. Advances £5 to L5,000, ON YOUR WRITTEN PROMISE TO REPAY AT A MUTUALLY AGREED INTEREST. £ 5 for 16 monthly payments of 6s. 8d. £ 10 „ „ „ 18s. W. £ 20 „ „ 91 6s. 8d. LOANS OF £30 A JD UPWARDS, spread over a period of Tw. \tMonths as follows £ 30 total amount repayable £ 36 It Od. £ 60 „ 273 4s. Q.J. 2100 £121 0s. Od. and so on pro rota. Loans over a period of two years or more by arrangement. A gentleman will call if desired and advance cash at applicant's house. NO SURETIES REQUIRED. Promptness and Privacy. NO CHARGE OF ANY KIND UNLESS BUSINESS DONE. Distance immaterial to the actual lenders. Write or call. F. LAWRENCE, LTD. (The Oldest West of England Com. pany), DON CHAMBERS. CHEESEMARKET. WtNE STREET. BRISTOL. Telephone 1791. Telegrams- Approved," Bristol. Bfcmcation CARMARTHEN COUNTY (gCHOOLS. THE GRAMMAR SCHOOL BRADMANTBIR-E. S. ALLEN, M.A. (Cantab). COUNTY GIRLS' SCHOOL. HHADMISTBBM—MISS B. A. HOLME. M.A. Late Open Scholar of Girton College, Cambridge. Fees, JB1 Ifs. per term. Reduction when there are two or more children from the same family. The next Term begins Wednesday, September 15th. The Headmistress (at tho Girls' School) and the Headmaeter (ait the Boys' School) will be pleased to see the parente of new pupils from 11 to 1 on Saturday, Sept. 11th, and from 2.30 to 5 on Tuesday, Sept. 14th. THE GRAMMAR SCHOOL PENCADER, CARMARTHEN. BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL FOR BOYS AND GIRLS. HMDMASTIM: J. R. SAUNDERS, M.A. (Cantab.), (Emmanuel College), Assisted by a highly qualified Staff of Resident and Visiting Masters. Preparation for all Examinations. Special indivi- dual attention in single subjects. Term begins Tuesday, September 14th. For terms and particulars, apply to the Head- master. (817fp JJIGH SCHOOL FOR GIBLI. CARMARTHEN. President of the Counoil: THE LORD BISHOP OF ST. DAVID'S HBAD MINTIREIIS- Miss E. 1. BUTTON, B.A., Honours London University (First Class in Classics). THE School gives an Excellent Education on I. very Moderate Terms. Admirable Acoommodation for Boarders. Pupils prepared for LOiNuON MATRICULA- nON and other Public Examinations. Boys as well ' girls can be received in the Pre- paratory" Class and the KINDERGARTEN Pi: PARTMENT. Next Tertn begins Thursday, September 16th. Bonrders return Wednesday, September 15th. 1" full particular? apply to the Had Mistreoa. BREEDERS OF PIGS TAKE JOUR SO»« TO PRESWYUA, PENIEL, where that Celebrated large white Boar, "BOURNE BUSY BOY" (18447). is in attendance. 2667p) W. J. DATIES, Owner. Successful Decoration Rudman's Five Essentials, which pre- vent disappointment and ensure satisfactory results. "STAINOLEUM" "CAMBRIAN" PAINT MSPIDER" PAINT PETRALINE "STOVO" for Staining Floors the easiest -applied and finest varnish- stain known to the trade; a veritable delight to professional or amateur. in 54 different colours, packed in tins ready for use covers best, wears best; looks best worth double the money every time, A cheaper production of many merits; dries hard, gives a good surface, and suits any job to be put thiough efficiently at the smallest cost. for Painting Walls-a revela- tion of beauty and utility; charming effects certain. Enamel a glossy black surface when applied to Grates, Sew- ing Machines, Bicyc!es, Hot Water Pipes and the like. JAMES RUDMAN, CAMBRIAN WORKS, BRISTOL, Estd. 1872. W. S. MORRIS, WHOLESALE GROCER AND CORN MERCHANT, CARMARTHEN. Telephone, 50. Telegrams," Morrie, Merohant, Carmarthen." SEND FOR PRICE LIST. HOW TO STOP THE COW THAT KICKS USE ARABIAN OIL EMBROCATION For Sore Teatsand Swollen Udders in Cows, Easy to apply, In use for 100 years. Also for Wounds, etc., on all animals. Full particulars with each bottle, Is., from Sole Proprietor-R. W. WOOLCOCK, CARDIGAN LLYNLLECHOWAIN. CYNHELIR y DRYDEDD Eisteddfod Flynyddol YJ5 Y LLE UCHOD Dydd Sadwrn, Mehefin 24ain, 1916 (3847 GELLY ESTATE, TALSARN, CARDIGANSHIRE. TTIOR SALE, standing Hedge Trees and Planta- X/ tions in two Lots:— Lot I.-About 700 heavy hedge trees, covers and Plantations of larch, oak, Scotch, ash, sycamore, beech and spruce etc. measuring up to 33in. i girt, easy removal; within 2 miles from Felinfach Station. Lot 2.-Dolau Aeron Farm, Parish Bettws Leiki, Cardiganshire. All woodlands on above Farm about 28 acres in extent, oak with few ash. Very fine lengthy timber up to 16in. i girt; also 26 heavy hedge trees oak and ash; 5 miles to Felin- fach Station. Tenders close 30th September, 1915. All information as to particulars and conditions and showing of the trees may be obtained from Mr. J. H. Jones, Brynawel, Cwmanne, Lampeter. (3923 ANY Person or Persons found trespassing in pursuit of Game on DOLGROGRWS, FARM- YARD or FRONGOCH will be prosecuted.—By Order. (2754p ANY Person or Persons found trespassing in pursuit of on FADFA Farm, Tal-1 garrog, will be prosecute&-By Order (2755p EMPIRE THEATRE CARMARTHEN. Proprietors Messrs. Griffiths & Bolton. Manager-Mr. H. W. Bolton. Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday, September 20th. 21St, & 22nd, Magnificent Exclusive Film in 5 parts (by arrangement with Walker's World Films, Ltd. The Scales of Justice This well sustained dramatic production is of enthralling interest throughout, and shows Love is the greatest law, outweighing all else in the scales of Almighty Justice. zn TREMENDOUS ATTRACTION! Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, September 23rd, 24th, and 25th. Mr. J. BANNISTER HOWARD presents THE BELLE OF NEW YORK The Popular Musical Comedy, recently revived at the Lyceum and Aldwvch Theatres, where it played to £ 25,000 in ten weeks. Full Company and Chorus under the direction of Mr. John Holman. Ichabod Bronson (President of the Young Men's Rescue League and Anti-Cigarette Society; a mil- lionaire) Mr. Geo. F. Story Harry Bronson, his son Mr. Leonard Edwards Karl Von Pumpernick, a. polite lunatio T „ Mr. E. R. Beaumont Doc. J. fonifkins, Manager of the Cora Ancvli.'iue Opera Co. Mr. C. Wake man Blinkie Bill McQuirk, a mixed ale pugilist „ Mr. Rube Walman Kenneth Mugg, low comedian of the Opera Co. m_ Mr. Arthur Wright Twiddles, Harry Bronson's Secretary T Mr. D'Altoi# Cleaver Fncot, Harry Branson's Chef Mr. L. J. Ward Violet Gray, a Salvation Army lass. Miss Doris Mervyn iify Fricot, a Parisienne ld!le. Lilv Richotte Kissie Fritzgarter, of the Tuti Frutti Muiic Hall AT •, Miss Madge Burton Mamie Clancy, a Peil-street girl. Miss Ida Laurence Cora Angehque, prima donna of the Comic Opera T, ••• Miss Delia Cherry Birdie Seed, Mertle Mince, Maxjorie May, Dorothy Deane, and Ethel Love (Cora's bridesmaids), Miss F. Millard, Miss E. Hinton if M. 's C. Lawson, Miss G. Harris, Miss E. Denbigh and Miss G. James. Members of the Purity Brigade—Misses Maggie WJson, Elsie May, Daisy Chalmers, Dorothy Ciibson, Mabel Johnson, etc. Harry Branson's 'Guests—Messrs. R. Carruthers, B. Watson, B. L. Soames, Harry Woodward, etc. SoLO DAXCER Miss DOROTHY MACREADY. Thursday, Friday, and Saturday at 7.30 Doors open at 7. Prices: 2/ II., and 6d. Early Doors 3d. extra. "P ICTUREDROM E mJLm THE RINK, CARMARTHEN ■* Saturdays 2.30, 6.30 & 8.30 p.m. Thursdays-6.50 & P 30 p.m. Other Days-8.15 p.m. The most Comfortable and Healthy Hall in South Wales OUR FILMS SCREENED CLEAR AND STEADY. THHTTJJN^ EXCLUSIVE 20th"~By special arran«ement with Messrs. Pathe Freres, The Clue of the Cigar Band A Powerful Drama, replete with strong incidonts, dealing with the frustration of a Isaac of smugglers by the famous "Sleuth Hounds." THURSDAY, SEPT. 23rd—By special arrangement with The Ideal Film Commnv GRAND EXCLUSIVE, company Her Nameless (?) Child A Sensational Drama, featuring Miss Elizabeth Risdon. ZD Latest War Films and other Interesting Pictures. Pi&nist IVIR T S PUDDIPf)MRT? ADMISSION—3d., 6d., 9d. Children—2d., 3d., 4d. Saturday Afternoons for Children—Id. td Id. MANAGER MR. W. T. ROGERS From NORTH, SOUTH, EAST & WEST We receive inquiries in connection with all kinds of INSURANCES. We invite inquiries from YOU. THE WELSH 4L I INSURANCE CORPORATION LTD. HEAD OFFICE: 22, HIGH STREET, CARDIFF. BRANCHES: Prudential Chambers, Castle Street, Swansea. Central Chambers, Newport. Widemarsh Street, Hereford. Bangor Street, Carnarvon. APPLICATIONS FOR AGENCIES INVITED. D II-LLUT Expensive accidents like this ^^|j| not haPPen t0 wearers of patented AO Co fIÑ# U = •" 1 Nnen ve adjust Pits-T-Tls to your When we adjust Fits-U's to your nose they remain securely in place f until you take them off. Best of fy. S all, they are perfectly comfortable & yj and good-looking. W If you are interested in better eyesight and better eyeglasses we wiil gladly explain many other Fits-U advantages. I A. I. JONES, M^P.S. (r-r^Es) I & PHARMACIST, OPTICIAN & SEEDSMAN, 4, p 16, LAMMAS STREET, CARMARTHEN f • • ■