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-?- ? -? -?-?- ? -?- CENTRAL SIGHT-TESTING ROOMS Hannah Street, PORTH. These Rooms are conveniently situated for the inhabitants of the Rhondda Valleys. PRINCIPAL: Mr. EDMUND THOMAS, F.S.M.C. Fully Qualified Optician by Exam. (London). OUR QUALIFICATIONS:— 1.—Over 12 Years' experience in Sight Testing and Spectacle Frame Fitting. 2.—In 1915 passed the Spectacle Makers Co. (London) Examination in general and practical optics. 3.—In 1916 passed the final examina tion in visual optios and sight testing. Obtained the Diploma of the Company and the right to use the letters F.S.M.C. 4.—In 1918 received the Freedom of the City of London. Owing to the absence of Qualified Opticians in the Valleys, many have been in the habit of visiting Cardiff and other c entres to obtain the services of a QUALI FIED Optician. This is no longer necessary as EDMUND THOMAS is the holder of the Highest Diploma obtainable for proficiency in Sight Testing. Every case receives the personal attention of the Principal, whose whole time is now devoted to -this particular work. To ensure a consultation it is advisable to make an appointment about 7 days before visiting. r EDMUND THOMAS, F.S.M.C., Hcnrsah Street (Lower* End),? rJ F: T:I-{: I¡=-'???W"h 'h fi G Wheii paying the maximum price fixed by Govern- G, ment Control for Condensed Milk, insist also on j the maximum of quality and value by demanding IDEAL MILK l >?.L. | Which is guaranteed much RICHER IN CREAM than the U.S A. Government Standard requires for "Evaporated Milk." i- I Ideal Milk is pac? by NESTLi'S an? Sold ?ryu?tere. || ? Cash Price, lid. per tin. I J| | ANY SUBSTITUTION IS AT YOUR EXPENSE. 1 Tti E: C QAT- Why Chance It ? Buy your new Overcoat from the Tailors that guarantee satisfaction. P We are behind every garment we I mwmSmm make, we know it will give you  mmm\ full value and service for every fill penny you pay. ? ?????????? We offer the finest patterns-the Mh best tailoring—the most careful §g ? !?????? fA finish-in fact, THE PERFECTLY ? § I ???????????? TAILORED COAT.  ilfiwwmm|; i' x TAILORED COAT. 1| Call and see our Ready-for- ???gS?? SEE' WINDOWS FOR fif iSw ?N COMPETITIVE PRICES. Jff J I JfOftM j NQ, 4. ?? 103 DUNRAVEN STRRET, ??'? ??k TONYPANDY. MM ?? 115 BUTE STREET, ??' ??? TREORCHY. ??.?? ???. 49a, YSTRAD ROAD, .,?S? PENTRE. ,?'?-?"r' ??-??.<?-??- -?- ?. r.0 0 Does it pay to be a Parent? A PROMINENT daily paper r&- cently discussing this subject in its columns concludes that it doesn't pay. Babies, like everything else, are costing more. Clothes, prams, medicines, and nuiwages are all up," and likely to rise still. Yet, who begrudges the little one its keep. Certainly not Mother. If it costs four times as much baby mustn't suffer. At the same time there's no reasen why money should be wasted buying food for baby which is 6nly half feeding it and sometimes not really feeding it at all. And this is very often the case where ordinary cows milk in either its fresh, dried, or condensed forms are used. f: For when you think of it Natuvs deeen't make cows' milk to feed babies. It is too heavy, it has a curd or cheese- like portion which the strongest baby cannot properly digest. Mothers think that when they weaken or thin the mitk by adding water they overcome this difficulty, but they doiit. They reduce the quantity of indigestible matter, but don't make it any more digestible. When you add Moeeleys Food to milk it makes every bit of nourishment in the milk available for even the weakest baby digestion, and the com- bined Moeeleys Food and milk is as like Mothers' Milk as possible. Babies who have been unable to retain the weakest milk and water when put on Moseleys Food have changed from fretful puling little mites to quiet coptented babies —from being a source of worry to a real addition to life's best enjoyment. And this, remember, without adding a farthing to the cost of parentage, for Moseley's Food gives treble value to the milk used. Indeed, it means a dis- tinct saving, and although a shilling or two a week saving would appeal to no I mother if baby suffered, when it means < that baby's health, growth, and enjoy- ment is imcreaaed it is well worth while to teet Humanises Cow's Milk for Baby. Sold by all good Chemists in 9d114 & 31- Tins. A handsomely printed, illustrated Baby Book entitled "Moeeleys Mothers' Help," containing valuable hints for Mothers, descriptions of Baby Ailments, will be sent post free to any address on receipt of postcard addressed to Nurse R-hos, Food Co., Westhoughton. j < i > i>j"" • ■ ■■■■ ■ .—

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