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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 i— I.-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.O. 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 new devoted to this particular work. To ensure a consultation it is advisab Ie to make an appointment about 7 days before visiting. EDMUND THOMAS, IF. S. IVI. C., Qualified Optician. Hannah Street (Lowe- EncO, P O JR. £ ~k' -?-? y Don't think that because a tin is bigger it is cheaper. Get IDEAL MILK, which is guaranteed much RICHER IN CREAM than the U.S.A. Government Standard for Evaporated Milk." j IDEAL MILK Sold Everywhere. Cash Price, lid. and 6d. per tin If unobtainable locally, write to J NESTLE S, 6-8, EASTCHEAP, LONDON, E.C. 3 NEXT WEEK'S ISSUE! The Leaderwill be on sale on Wednesday morning. Xmas No. Extremely Superior and Economical. All the Merits ard Varieties of the Best Sauces. Each Kind made Mild, HOT, and Medium. "BOSTON RELISH" Syrup. "BOSTON SAUCE' Very Thck. "X MALTED SAUCE" X Digestive. 73d., 9d., lOld., Is., Is. 3d., Is, 6d,, 2s., 2s. 6d., 5s., and 10s., to measure out. "WORCESTER SAUCE," Large Bottles. "WINNER SAUCE," Large Bottles (Thick). 6d., 9d., Is., Is. 6J., 2s. 6d., 5s., and 10s., to measure out. "BROWNING," Extremely Fine and Strong. Gil., 9d., Is., Is. 6d., 2s. 6d., 5s., and 10s. Sold everywhere, or Direct R tail, 6 Is. bottles (1 each kind) for 5s. 9d., 12 for 11s., 21 for 1 guinea. Over t 2, 15, t 10, 125, £50, £ 100 i" £ 3/6. 3/9 4/- 4/3, 4,6, 4/9, 5,- Agents and Merchants extra d:s. of 7t per cent. and guantity discount. All Nett Ca-li with order. No Fiee Samples. Guaranteed Quality. Carriage and Boxes free. "Sob Wholesale Ci.ili Buyiag Agents wanted in all Districts where not repre- sented. „ H'gh y Remunerative, othsr important lines to follow. Write "AVIN," BOSTON. Only Makers "AVIN," BOSTON. 1012 -?-? -=======-=:====-=-?? ?-?-?:??- ?-?_-??.??- •■■■■■■■■■■■BBWI ncEBBBHamaa ■■"■■■wsiaaaB ARE BABIES DEAR? V MOTHER answers U of course," iVi with a strong inflexion of surprise that the question should even be mentioned. Eut the word U dea.r" is used with another meaning, and the question is net ours, but that of several writers in the Press who have been pointing out how much more it costs to keep a baby to-day. Baby's clothes, baby's pram, baby's medicines, and even baby's milk are .all costing more It becomes an imporba-nt matter then to see that baby gets full value for the money spent, especially in the matter of food. There's a great deal can be saved on that alone. Take milk, for instance. It is a fact that milk food is the best; in fact, is the only food for baby if mother can't feed baby .herself. But what sort of milk food? Ordinary cow's milk either fresh, powdered or condensed, isn't a natural food for human babies. A baby isn't a calf. A calf can easily digest the heavy fats and' cuirds in oows milk, but a baby can't. So milk has to be diluted or weakened. But that doesn't make the indiges- tible matter in the milk any more digestible. It stops baby sending it all back, perhaps, by reducing the weight. But the water that has been added contains no nourishment. Something more w needed to bring the cow's milk more in line with mother's own milk. This something is Mose- leys Food. It is not only very nourish- ing itself and supplies ingredients especially helpful for baby's bones and teeth, it modih-M the cow's milk and makes it lie lighter on baby's stomach. J When you Urse Mos-eleys Food you make better food for baby with less milk. And however dear baby is to you in affection you can have no objections to him being less dear" to ke.ep. And Moseleys Food saves doctor's bills and other troubles, for over and over again it has been the salvation of weakly babies, soothing and sustain- ing them when they were actually un- able to keep down the weakest milk and water. Don't hesitate, but be on the safe side. Start baby right with Moseleys Food. And if baby isn't all you think it should be, put it straight away ea Humanises Cow's Milk for Baby. Sold by all good Chemists in 9d., 1/4 & 31- Tins. A handsomely printed, illustrated Baby Book entitled "Moseleys 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 Rhos, Moseley Food Co., Westhoughton. I ———  ,fl'. ;P" -?? "iJ., ■in q r. L'

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