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An American Fortune. To the Editor C-irmmrthen Weekly Reporter. DEAR Sm, I have received a letter from the Administrator of the Estate of the Rev W. D. Thomas, of La Crosse, Wisconsin, U.S.A., who died suddenly on May 10th, leaving no heirs in America. His !ega| heirs are his sisters, one of whom named Sarah, unmarried, probably lives at or near Carmar- then, arid I shiall be glad if they will cojn- municate with me, or if your readers will assist m8 in finding his sisters or other Jiiers. Mr Thomas was born at Carmarthen in ¡S,t4, and was a mgmbQr' of the menican Presbyterian Church, and has left a stun of money winch is payable to his legal htsirs. Yours, etc., |. G. A. EDWAJRDS. iLong Acre, Carmarthen, June 28th, 1909.

Funeral of Mr. John Thomas,…