The New "Do, ble lif Colfai-s. densqn's DUPLEX Can be worn either side, both sides being alike in Quality, Fitting and Finish. Last twice as long as Ordinary Collars. 6id. each. 3 for 1/6. DENSONS, NorEhga^te Row, CHESTER. J
Tel. Telegram 425, Chester. "Magneto," Ches:er. Sole Agents for ROVER STUDEBAKER Car- MAXWELL I & Delivery SINGER Va„0 Vans. CALCOTT ) CALCOTT ) DEE MOTOR Co., Foregate St., S CHESTER. I
'I! 1 Furnishing Goods J The Choicest Productions. || EVEny HOUSEHOLD REQUIREMENT G ALL GOODS MARKED IN PLAIN FIGURES. 1 I LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES | For Cash or Monthly Payments "j AT CASH PRICES, I Call and inspect, or send for our New Catalogue, which 1 will ensure you a great saviz)g. I yra Bold Street, I: IMUIlbtVfy LIVERPOOL. 11 n. -J [ JOSEPH BECKETT &INNoli DISPLAY OF I SUMMER FASHIONS I in all Departments. i COATS and SKIRTS, in Linen, Shantung, Pique & Flannel. EOLIENNE and TUSSORE DRESSES, for Young Ladies, > in dainty styles, from 29/6, I I SMART MILLINERY AND BLOUSES. COLORED ZEPHYR WASHING DRESSES, in good styles, well cut, from 10/6 each. WHITE LtNEN, DRILL and PIQUE SKIRTS, 6/11, 7/6, 8/11 and 10/6, small size. j AGENTS for the "ZAMBRENE" WEATHERPROOF COATS, for Motoring or Driving. JOSEPH BECKETT & Co., 12, Eastgate Row & Eastgate St., CHESTER. ~BROMFIELD COLLIERY, M O Li P The Present Prices at the above Landsale, are as follow:— BEST HOUSE COAL- 9id. percwl. 2 COBBLES = = = 9d. „ (jood SLACK = = = 6d. „ Mold Collieries, Ltd. Sales by Auction. AUCTIONEER, VALUER, AND LAND AGENT, r I J. BRADBURNE PRICE j The CROSS, MOLD. Official Arbitrator to the Board of Agricul- ture under the Agricultural Holdings Acts. Sales of Farming Stock, Property, anH I Furniture, conducted in English and V Full Cash Settlements with Vendors clost ol SaLe. Valuations made for Probate, Transfer and ¡ all other purposes. Distance no object. All Classes of Insurance effected. Mortgages arranged. Proprietor of the MOLD AUCTION MART, Tho Largest and Beet Weekly Live Stock I Market in North Wales. t j Removal. | MR. i H.G.Edwards, I L.D.S., jDEHMTEeJI", has removed to the i House above the Gwalia Clothing Co., I next door to Carman's, Chemist, where he may be consulted J Every Friday from 2 till 5.30 I I THOMAS GRIFFITHS FAMILY GROCER AND I ITALIAN WAREHOUSEMAN, I Canton House, Holywell. I Try our Special Blends of TEA at 2s. Excellent Value at Is. 4d. and Is. 6d. per lb. COFFEE from Is. 4d- to Is. 8d. per lb. DELIVERY BY CART DAILY. Horse and Carriage Repository AND MARINE STORES. Whitford St., Holywell, CONDUCTED BY MRS. JOHN HOLMES. ] Wedding Carriages, Hearses and Mourning Carriages, Charabancs, Brakes, and Wagonettes to suit all parties. NOTIB:-The business will be carried on in every ment as hitherto. 'Bars' Hotel, Chester for Good Catering. ¡ Garage. Billiards. Stabling. Anything you want ask BERRY* ( Telephone No. 4. IAOUG Si HT KEEP YOUR 'EYES RIGHT' by Consulting H. C. HOUGHTON1 B.0.A, (Optologi6t). j SIGHT TESTING EXPERT. I 25 Years' Practical Experience. Formerly Manager for WOOD ABRAHAMS', Liverpool and Manchester. NOTE ADDRESS- 5, 5T. MICHAEL'S ROW, UBCTCD (Arcade) I RACE & HOLIDAY GLASSES RACE & HOLIDAY GLASSES From £ 1 Is. to R10 10s. All Best-known Makes Kept in Stock. Repairs done on the Premises Cheaply and Promptly. Telephone No. 561. Closed Wednesdays 1 p.m. Sales by Auction. FRANK BADHAM, AUCTIONEER, VALUER and ESTATE AGENT. (with 14 years of good varied experience). KING STREET, MOLD, PROPRIETOR OF THE MOLD CATTLE MARKET. SALES OF Property, Farming Stocks, Furniture, Machinery, Stocks in Trade, Etc., conducted at Moderate Charges with immediate settle- ments. VALUATIONS for Tenant Right, Probate Mortgage, Licensed Properties, and Business Transfers, undertaken for reasonable fees. INVENTORIES carefully prepared and checked. Distance no object. Fire, Accident and other classes of Insurances effected on the best terms. BURCHALL'S CESTRIA CAFE & RESTAURANT 30 Northgate Street, CHESTER, (One minute from Centre of City, Cathedral, Walls. Rows, &c.) Choir & Picnic Parties catered for. Covered Storage ic: Cycles. ?D Mrs. G. H. Plant, Proprietress. DENTAL SURGERY. Notice Change of Address. Mr. R. HANLON, WILL ATTEND HOLYWELL every FRIDAY 1 to 6 p.m., at W SHAMROCK HOUSE, (Over BRADLEY'S). ARTIFICIAL TEETH. FILLINGS. PAINLESS EXTRACTIONS Telephone 222. Established 1815. W. W. SIDDALL, Optician to hestar Royal Infirmary, 11 THE CR'JSS, CHESTER. Wishes to tl: i.k all the customers and friends of his t.Le father, Mr. J. D. Siddall, for their esteemed patronage and support during his successful business career of fifty years. He begs to announce that he will continue the business; in which he has had twenty-five years' practical experience, in addition to obtaining further advantages in London workshops and gaining (by ex- amination the Diploma of the Spectacle Makers' Company of Lornl n. SPECTACLES & EYEGLASSES At Reasonable Prices. ALL THE LATEST RIMLESS PAT- TERNS. PRISM BINOCULARS IN STOCK BY GOER-7,, ZEISS, AND ROSS. And Cheaper Patterns from C3 5s. King's Head Hotel Mews, HOLYWELL. Posting in all its branches. Hearse, Mourning Coaches, and Wedding Carriages for Hire. W B RO W N. Proprietor J. BOOTH, Decorative Painter, Paperliauger, &c., 66, High Street, MOLD. All Orders receive prompt and personal attention. ESTIMATES ON APPLICATION. W. E. LIN00P & SON, EASTGATE ROW, CHESTER. I LADIES' COSTUMES "Tailor-made," Black, Navy and all Fashionable Colours, from 21s.; Costume Skirts from 3s. lid., large variety; Washing Costume Skirts in Drill or Pique, from 3s. 110. Large assortment of Blouses inexpensive and smart, from Is. llA., all sizes in stock; Sport Coats in all colours, 66. lid. to 45s. 6d.; Ostrich Feather Ruffles, black and all colours, 6s. lid.; special value in Ladies' Underclothing; Hand-Embroidered in Combinations, Camisoles, Night-dresses, Chemise, Knickers. The new Bust Bodice 2s. 3d. Ladies' Combinations Fancy Crochet Tops, Is. Ilid. W. E. LINDOP & SON. Eastgate Row, CHESTER. Galvanized Corrspted Steel Roofing Steels. 4ft Is. 5ft Is. 3d. 6ft Is. 5d. 7ft Is. 8d. 8ft Is. 9d. 30 Gauge." Ridgecap. Nails. Washers. Bolts. Large Casks for Water Storage, The ALYN STEEL TINPLATE Co., Ltd. MOLD- Established 1885, Steam Laundry, I Victoria Road, CHESTER (Close to Northgate Station). Telephone No. 411. All the arrangements are of the most approved modern system for Washing, Iron- ing, Drying, Packing, etc., and tfce manage- ment most efficient. W. H. LIPSHAM, Secretary and General Manager. (Chester Steam Laundry Co., Limited). I Inspection is specially invited on any day excepting Mondays and Saturdays. Price List on Application. UTICA HOUSE, Whitford Street, HOLYWELL. DANIEL HUGHES, Grocer and Baker FRESH BREAD DELIVERED DAILY. All kinds of Fancy Bread made to Order. Bun Bread and Seed Cake Unequalled. HOLYWELL COUNTY SCHOOL. Chairman of Governors: P. HARDING ROBERTS, BSQ. Vice-Chairman: Mrs. JOHNSON JONES. Headmaster: J. MORGAN EDWARDS, M.A. Teaching Staff: J. MORGAN EDWARDS, M.A. (Oxon). J. T. MORGAN, B.Sc. (London). Trained Certificated Master: R. J. OWEN, B.A. (Wales), Exhibitioner and Prizeman of University College of North Wales. Commercial Master: HUGH OWEN, C.M. Business Fethods, Book-keeping. Shorthand, Typewriting, Economics, Etc. Miss H. RICHARDS, B.A. L40 Scholar of University College of South Wales, Honours in History. Manual Training-Woodwork: H. A. JONES. Classical Mistress: Miss GRACE COOKE, B.A. (London), Honours in French and English. Miss AMY RICHARDS, B.A. (Wales). Cookery and Laundry: Miss ETHEL M. DAVIES. Certificated Teacher of Cookery, Laundry, Housewifery. For Prospectus, List of Successes, fee., apply to the HEADMASTER, or to J. KERFOOT ROBERTS, Clerk to the Govemom The UNITED MILLS Go., Ltd., 14, Northgate St., CHESTER. MODES OF THE MOMENT." DAINTY AND INEXPENSIVE SMARTNESS IN Ladies' and Children's Millinery. "Exclusive Ideas at Moderate Cost." We invite all Ladies to inspect at their leisure. SEE WINDOWS! NOVELTIES in all departments arriving every day. RENOWNED FOR BLANKETS, SHEETS, QUILTS, HOUSEHOLD LINEN, Direct from the Mills, saving intermediate profits. NOTE THE NEW ADDRESS:— The UNITED MILLS Co., Ltd. 14, Northgate Street, CHESTER. With branches at Manchester, Southport. Preston, Wigan and Shrewsbury. THOMAS BRUNTON, (Late A. EARL), Ladies' & Gents' Tailor & Breeches Maker Cross Street, HOLYWELL, INVITES INSPECTION OF HIS Spring and Summer Suitings and Costume Cloth. Workmen kept on the Premises. LATEST FASHIONS IN Straw and Felt Hats, Caps, Hosiery, Shirts, Collars and Ties. Large and Varied Stock °l BOYI3' Ready-made Suits. Cross Street, HOLYWELL. A Definition And a Moral. A DVERTISING has been defined as "making known." TO make known-to spread infor- mation as to your goods-you must have an effective medium. THE obvious moral for Flintshire Tradesmen and business men generally is to use the columns of The FLINTSHIRE OBSERVER AND NEWS," which has a large and increasing circulation. THE fact that the "Observer and News" has a growing volume of advertising, and that its columns have been continuously used by several advertisers for many years, proves its business-getting worth more convincingly than any amount of argument.