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.Memorial Service


i15th Welsh Re-union. ! |»…



DONT forget the DANCE at St. Peter's Hall to-night. Dancing from 8 till 4. Waltzing competition and novelty competition. Substantial prizes given for both. BOROUGH AND RURAL DISTRICT OF LLANELLY. Household Fuel and Lighting Order, 1919. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that .N no person shall after this date pur- chase, obtain or in any way acquire coal coming within the scope of this Order unless he shall have registered with a coal merchant or dealer as required by this Order; nor shall he purchase, obtain or in any way acquire coal for consump- tion from any other coal merchant or dealer than the one with whom he is registered except with the previous assent in writing of the Local Fuel Overseer. This regulation applies to consumers who obtain coal in small quantities from hawkers. Dated this 16th day of July, 1919. J. H. BLAKE, J. H. MONTGOMERY, Local Fuel Overseers. Castle Buildings, and Town Hall, Llanelly. r -Cè_ -I ,¡ Mr. J. H. Simcox (f rom photo) Crippled with Gout De Witt's Cure after 12 years. 1 Have you any of these symptoms ? First thing in the morning—Head- ache, stiff joints, sluggishness, puffi- ness under the eyes, or nasty taste in the mouth ? During the day-Lack of energy, stabbing or wearying backache pains when you stoop or remain long in one position, rheumatic twinges in the limbs, urinary difficulty or bladder dis- comfort ? At the end of the day—Swollen feet. bad appetite, general weakness and irritability ? These symptoms mean kidney and bladder weakness, and may lead ijo deadly Bright's Disease. Here is the case of a man who suf- fered for 12 years from Kidney trouble, telling how he was completely cured. Mr. J. H. Simcox, the well-known Birmingham tradesman, of 23, Buck- ingham St., Birmingham, said in 1915: ?or over 12 years I suffered such agonies from rheumatic gout that often I could not bear anyone to come near or touch me. "My limbs swelled enormously. One foot was so bad that I had to have a special boot made. I hobbled about like a cripple, and was laid up for three and four months at a time. I tried every remedy that I heard of, doctors' pre- scriptions and embrocations without success. Then twelve months ago I tried a box of De Witt's Kidney and Bladder Pills, and they gave me so much relief that I decided to continue taking them. The swellings gradually went down, and I became quite free from pain, and in a few weeks could move about quite easily. Since that time I have been quite free from my old trouble." Confirming this statement in 1918 Mr. Simcox said :— "I have been a new man since taking De Witt's Kidney and Bladder Pills. I shall always have great pleasure in recommending them to anyone suffer- ing as-I did. There are many kidney remedies that get no nearer to the seat of the trouble than to regulate the bowels. De Witt's Kidney and Bladder Pills go straight through the Kidney and Bladder, flushing them out and toning them up to the healthy activity which is essential to general good health. Within 24 hours the pain ia relieved and a blue tinge in the urine provea to you for your own satisfaction that this wonderful remedy has actually passed right through the system. Perfectly safe for old and young alike, they hardly ever fail to effect a I perfect and permanent cure. J « kidney & madder DWV eWltjl tS Pills When you buy the pills be sure that they are De Witt's in the white boxes, printed in blue and gold. Give them a fair trial and prove for yourself what relief they bring. You can get a box from:—Boots Cash Chemists. All branches; Evan Jones Son and Co. Ltd., J. R. Henderson, 142, Station road, and D. Morris, Market street, Llanelly. The price is 2/9 per box, or a month's supply of these wonderful little pills for 5/ Or if. you would like to try them first without even risking a penny, all you have to do is to send your appli- firsb without even r i sking a penn ? k itt & Co., Ltd. (Dept. 209A), 44/45, cation to the Makers: E. C. De Witt & Co., Ltd. (Dept. 209A), 44/45, Rathbone Place, London, W.1, stating your Chemist's name and address fully and what you suffer from, when a generous sample will be sent you in I 5 I plain wrapper by return post.



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