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Rhymney Valley Echoes.


The Late Mr. Lewis Evans.

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;Š1]7A"J1'J.'nv,' ,r', .l.<, ,\I,. | ^OMANDBMINI-RE^TTP 1 ■ Thousands use them with universal success. I I WILCOX, 49.. Hay market, Loudon. Post free, 3^6. I f "w_i' r r 25,000 Sixpenny Sample Packets of CHOCOLATE FREE for fresh Purchasers of Suchard's "Ibis" Cocoa. Knowing that Suchaxd's IBIS Cocoa ¡ need only be tried once to be used always, the manufacturers have decided to present, gratis and post free. a sixpenny packet of one of their well-known Chocolates (" Velma," Milka," or Milnut ") to every fresh purchaser of a i-lb. tin of "Ibis" Cocoa. This offer is made solely for the purpose of introducing to anyone not yet acquainted with Suchard's Specialities, a Coco^^MP^a Ckocolatfe*-?>F suMifatlve excellence. How to obtain the Free Gift. First purchase a quarter-pound tin of Suchard's Cocoa (" Ibis Brand) from your grocer. It will cost you 8d. Inside the round tin (just at the top) will be found a paper disc, which is here repro- duced. This disc you should attach to the form at the foot of this announcement, A I 4 1 (SU-SHAR Facsimile of disc to be sent with form. which, after being filled up, should be sent to Messrs. Suchard, 33, King William Street, London, F-.C. A disc from J-lb. or i-lb. tin will do equally well. In return you will receive a full sixpenny packet of one' of Suchard's well- known makes of Chocolate—"Velma," !'Milka,' or "L%Iilnut." You are Given the Choice, but whichever you decide to have would, in the ordinary way, cost you sixpence. The manufacturers firmly believe that the majority of those who thus try Suchard's Cocoa and Chocolate will be. come regular purchasers- of these Speciali- ties, obtaining future supplies, of coursei- through the regular channels of trade. Suchard's Cocoa ("IBIS" Brand). There are many good cocoas, but 110ns that can compare witl&, (."ibis more pala- table, digestible, and nourishing than any other cocoa made. It represents the very highest quality yet attained in cocoas—yow need only try it to prove that this is so. Nor can there be any doubt about its economy for family usc~*a -breakfast-cup full, at full strength, only costs a farthing* o Suchard's "V eIma. n Chocolate. Certainly the greatest achievement in Chocolate yet. In Velma" one gels fhs real chocolate flavour. It tastes of nothing but Chocolate. Until you have tried Velma" you cannot really know how delicious Chocolate-real Cliocc;iate-can reo Suchard's Milka" Chocolate. Combining ihe purest Chocolate with genuine Swiss Milk, Alilka possesses all. the good points of other Milk Chocolates.' but it has this special advantage, it does not cloy in the palate. Suchard's "Milnut" Chocolate. A Chocolate with a most delicious hazel. nut flavour. This speciality has only recently been on the market, but has already achieved a striking success. It is a char- acteristic "Suc/wrd" sweet-toothsome, nutritious, and absolutely pure. Form for Free 6d. Packet of Chocolate. I To Messrs. SUCHARD, 33, King William Street, London, E.C. Sirs,—Having purchased a tin of j's&- Suchard's Cocoa, please send in accordance with your offer, one 6d. v f j,.Vl packet of Suchard's Velma," it AT Is sM IS Milka," or "Milnut" Chocolate, I Ml If attach disc taken from the tin, which MM ll entitles me to this packet. C. iff j ""•"cross out the brand not chosen, "Merthyr Express," March 19th, 1910, J!s*&> \l ONLY ONE GIFT PACKET. SENT TO SAME ADDRESS.




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