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SWANSEA MERCANTILE CO., Ltd., 18, PARK STREET, SWANSEA, Make Cash Advances from £ 19 to zl.,Ooo To Commercial Gentlemen, Tradesmen, Farmers, and Respectable Householders on their own Note of Hand, at a low rate of Interest. STRICTLY PRIVATE. OINFIDENTIAL. For further particulars apply H. B. JONES, 18, Park Street, Swansea
I QARMARTHBN JBILLPOKRDM CO. RTAtTFORD HOUBE. NOTT SQDAR1, CARMARTMMM. BILLPOSTING and Advertising i8 all n. Branche* throughout the Countie. CuMr thaii, Pembroke, and Cardigan. (Please note change of addr&W). JAMES JONES & SONS, BJLLPOS TERS, KIDWELLY. Billposting executed throughout the neighbouring Villages aiilè Gwen- draeth Valley.
NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS The scale of chargee for prepaid advertisement. ill the CABMABTHEN JOURNAL under "I« ciaw«» Situations Vacant, Sale by Private C°"t''dToj2 81 Let or Sold, Apartments, Lest and Found, and Miscellaneous, will in future be at TELEGRAM RATE. No. of One Three Six Word.. inwtion. insertions. insertions. 11 S» i 2 »6 m ° o '8 i J So 1 » 26 "• 1 0 X 1 6 .» 0 4 6 48 19 3 6 6 6 SEEKING FOR SITUATIONS. mar advertise at 20 WORDS FOR SIXPENCE. All orders for advertisements must bear the name and address of the advertiser, and must be panied by remittance to oover the cost either m HAT PPENNY Stamps or Money Order. The Publishers do not guarantee the insertion an advertisement in any specified ..sue, or at *U, !Sd will not be liable for any loss occasioned by the failure of an advertisement to appear in any iSue, or at all. They also reserve the right to refuse insertion of an advertisement. Whilst great pains are taken to secure accuracy, the Publishers would impress upon &dtertisers the ZL/tor legible writing. In any caw they only insert advertisements upon the condition that they do not accept -responsibility for inaccurate., nor for any consequence arising therefrom. 8. King Street. Loudon Oicei. Carmarthen. 28, Shoe Lane. B.C. ManteD. When replying to advertise men ts please mention Carmarthen Journal. N Apprentice to the Printing Trade is required A at the JOURNAL Office.—Apply to the Manager. r*> VTF"RK is a vacancy in the JOURNAL Office for a TT well-educated YoU to learn Reporting and Journal ism.-Applicants must tl^gchooi.- khoroagh grounding in an (2Z88p Apply, Editor, CABMABTHTO JOPWAL ANTTED^ Second-hand Phonograph Send list and lowest price. ■> Office. Carmarthen. (2652p ^r^TZTof the"cABMABTHBN JOTJBNAL will he nleasfd to make an offer for any volume, of the patr, tund or otherwise. The volume for 1810 is specially wanted- ANT^DT Cook-General; references requiredL- A Apply, Mrs. W. Harris, Danybryn, Merthyr TydviL (2686p WANTED, n Gallons Full Cream Milk daily. Permanent contract.— tt. E. Jones, Ltd., Mackworth Hotel, Swansea. 2700p ANTED, a Herdsman for Sir Owen Phll^PP? Shorthorn Herd at Coomb. Married. Wife i i nf+pr the Dairy and Poultry. Apply, A. V. Key°°Coomb Home Farm, Llangain, Carmarthen. -r*TANTED, 25 to 30 Gallons of New Milk, daily W(™cooled) from Oct. 1st 1915; « or twelve months' contract. Highest references.-F. C. Goodwin, The Restaurant, Landore. (2735p BOOT TRADE-Wanted at once, good aU-round Man for Repairs.—Dicks, Carmarthen. ( P CARMARTHENSHIRE IRONMONGER WANTS LA*IY Clerk Typist, and Book-keeper; without nrpvious experience; excellent opportunity of garn- SIK all-round business knowledge Preference given to one with knowledge of Welsh and M'MIO. Apply, A. E., JOUBNAL Office, Carmarthen. (3800 WANTED, a smart Lad to learn the Clothing Trade.—Apply, Masters and Co., Ltd Nott Square, Carmarthen. (2711p WANTED bv respectable Widow, post as Care- taker of Office or any place of trust; highest reference-Apply, C. T., JOURNAL Office, Carmar- then. (2719p i ,ir'- WANTED for Cardiff immediately,' an experi- Vt enoed General; good washer; also an experi- enced Housemaid. Good wages; long holiday.. Apply, ForsdJke. Cartrefle, Tresaith, Cara.ganah.re. SUPPLIES of well-cooled Milk required, good S pric« given; churn, fo..nd.-C»rmnrthen DnihsJ Dairies, Llarelly. J L WANTED an experienced Man to take charge •of self-acting Mule and pair of Engines. Regular employment. Wages, 35s. a week -Mor- gan James, Maesycwmmer. (2706p IVE Wild Rabbits Wanted.-Write particulars to i-J Mr. A. Derrick, 102, Nantgarow Road, Caer- r philly, near Cardiff. (2731p T ANTED, Two good all-round Farm Hands. W Cottage provided if necessary, and regular omnlovment guaranteed.—Apply, stating a«e> wages" required, to Arthur Seaton, Glyncoch Farm, Pontypridd. (3890 I:IEMIST S APPRE, NTICE.-A Vacancy occurs for a well-educated Youth as Apprentice; in- doors or outdoors. This is a good opportunity to \couire a thorough knowledge of all branches of the Profession-Apply, John Davies, F.S.M.C., F I 0 Pharmaceutical Chemist and Optician, 18, Stepney Street, Llanelly. (Freeman of the City of London. (2727p w ANTED. strong, active steady Man.-Apply, TV W. S. Morris, Corn Merchant, Carmarthen. (2733p WANTED, a Man and Wife as Cowman, milk- W ing. poultry. &c.; good wages given to a suitable couple, with cottage and garden free.-Apply, Shorthorns;' JOUBNAL Office, Carmarthen. (3892 WANTED, 40 to 50 gallons of well-cooled Milk dailv.—Apply, Davies, 7, Salisbury Square, Cardi (2742p WANTED, Lad for Mineral Water Works. ■\pplv. Norton, Vale of Towy Brewery, Carmarthen! (3906 WANTED, steady Maicl 18 to 24; small family, no children, good wages, private bouse, Carmarthen.—Letter to J. A. J., JOURNAL Office, Carmarthen. (3907 to Met. TO LET, from 29th September next, that fully- licensed Public-house called the STAR INN, Llangunnor, cloae to Carmarthen, and on the main road leading to Llandilo.—Apply, Norton and Co., iPriory Street, Carmarthen. (2715p to let TO BE LET, from Michaelmas next, BEIDIAU i. FARM, Cayo, 116 Acres.—Apply, Messrs. J. Davies and Son, Mining Engineers, Estate Agents, and Auctioneers, Cowell House, Llanelly. (3889 TO LET, Warehouse, alongside Carmarthen Quay, containing ground floor and 3 lofta. Could be let separately if desired.—Apply, Richards, Rosemont, Carmarthen. (2732p TO LET, with possession at Michaelmas next, the Small Holding called TYCANOL on the Beule Estate, in the Parish of Llangunnor, near Carmarthen, about 35 Acres with Dwelling-house, etc. Some adjoining land is usually held with this. -Apply, Barker, Morris and Owen, Solicitor, Carmarthen. PARISH OF ABERNANT. PWLLDYFARCH. TO LET, for a term of years or on a yearly tenancy the Farm of Pwlldyfarch, containing about 135 Acres of very useful arable and pasture land. This Farm, well watered and intersected by good roads, is situated about 5 miles from Carmar- then. Apply, D. E. Stephens-Davies, Carmarthen. (3899 DANYGRAIG, TALLEY. TO LET, with possession this month, the above attractive Residence and Garden, with or without 8 acres of first-clasa grazing land surround- ing same. The'house, which overlooks the celebrated Talley Lakes with charming views, is in excellent order, and contains sitting-room, dining-room, par- lour, 6 bedrooms, bathroom, w.c., kitchen, scullery, and out-offices. -Apply, Cawdor Estate Office, Car- marthen. WERN House, near Llandefeilog, and about 2$ miles from Kidwelly and Ferryside, to be let September 29tb, containing three reception rooms, kitchens and offices, three bedroom, on first, and three on the second floors, large lawn and garden, stable and coach-house.—Apply to Geo. Humphreys, 10, Langland Road, Mumbles. (2696p HOUSE to be Let, at Miohaelmas, No. 19, SPILMAN STREET, Carmarthen.—Enquiries to Mrs. Jones, 30, Quay Street. (3883 TO BE LET (furnished), GWYNONDALE, Llan- arthney (within half-a-mile of station church and post office!, 3 reception, 5 bedrooms, large play- room, bathroom, antics; garden, paddock and out- buildings.—Apply, C. Froodvale Davies, Hafdre, Llanwrtyd Wells. (3903 TO Let, PANTAWELL, Pontyberem, and about 10 Acree of Land, in Colliery district.—Apply, T. Jones, Pentresare, Pontyberem. (2894 CASTLE INN, Cardigan, to Let. Fully licensed. Close to Station. Good accommodation. Large stabling. Possession September 29th.— Apply, Bonded Stores, Cardigan. (3881 TO Let, ROYAL EXCHANGE INN, Carmar- then; fully licensed; early possession.— Apply, Buckley's Brewery, Ltd., Carmarthen. (3879 TO BE LET or Sold by Private Treaty, CAER- COED FARM, Parish of Bettws Leikey, in four lots if desired. Lot 1, about 29 acres; Lot 2, 14 acres; Lot 3, 9! acres; and Lot 4 agout 9 acres.-For varticulars apply to Daniel L., Jones, F.A.I., Auc- tioneer, Esgerhendy, Tregaron. (3893 TO LET, small Cottage near Llangunnor Church, 1 £ miles from Carmarthen.—Apply, Vicar, Llangunnor. (37C8p jfor Sale AN excellent Farm to be sold, situate in one of the finest positions in the beautiful Vale of Towy.-Full particulars from H. A. Phillips, Solicitor, Ferndale, Glam. (2722p CHEAPEST Farm in England on Sale, 82 acres C rich land at bargain price. Also other farms; money found.—Goddard, Valuer, Hereford. (2725p FOR SALE, four Knitting Machines; cheap.— Jonee, 159, Robert Street, Manselton, Swan- sea. (2730p FOR SALE, valuable Poultry Cockerels and Pullets, White Leghorns, White Wyandottes (Simon Hunter's Specials). Silver and Gold Cam- pines (Rev. Lewis-Jones and Rev. Sturges' very best strains).—Roderick, Cilycwm, Llandovery. (2729p 100 RATS A NIGHT. :\1r. Spence Palmer, Chemist, Thornbury, writes:— With a 1/- tin of "Rodine" Rat Poison, Mis. Ogburn killed 100 rats in one night." Rodine makes a clean sweep. Tins 6d. 1/ 2/ 3/ 5/ post 2d., Harley Chemist, Perth. Agents: W. Lloyd, Chemist, Carmarthen; D. M. Davies. Chemist, Llandilo; J. Nicholas, Drug Stores, Llandovery; J. J. Davies, Llanybyther; D. Rogers, Chemist, St. Clears; D. J. Lewis, Chemist, n, andebie. SHEETS.—Lady offers two pairs finest quality White Twill Sheets, large size, and four beautifully frilled hemstitched Pillow Cases; un- soiled and perfect. Accept 2ls., worth treble. Ap- proval willingly before payment.—Write, "Twill," JOURNAL, Carmarthen. (2679p NEAT Correspondence brings GOOD RESULTS. TYPEWRITTEN LETTERS are always BEST. Before deciding upon your machine send for list of' bargains to D. L. EVANS. WOODLANDS, HENLLAN, Card^anshire, Agent for all standard makes New or #cond-hand can be supplied at shortest notice at LOWEST PRICES. (235Dp WARWICK CYCLES DIRECT FROM FACTORY. No advance in prices. Save dealers profits. World wide reputation for high- grade quality and honest value. See what satisfied riders in your district say. Fully equipped machines. B4 10s. Easy payments privately arranged from 8s. monthly. Fully guaranteed; carriage paid. Approval willingly. Money returned if not satisfactory. Send for 32-page catalogue free. —WARWICK CYCLE Co. (Dept. C), Birmingham. GOVERNESS Cars, Ralli Traps, the lightest and G most up-to-date on the market. About Twenty new, ready, immediate delivery. Rubber Tyres and without. Sent any distance in crates. Hundreds ef pleased customers. Testimonials re- ceived daily. 50 years' reputation. Low cash prioes.-Avery's, Coachbuilders, Dock Street, New- port, Ilea DO NOT OVERLOOK ,IVI .ili; 3- nds, 1 I Our Cigarette and Ti;;acco W., Fund S, — '1; FOR SOLDIERS SAtlORS ABROAD. = The demand for smokes is enormous, and the supply can never exceed the demand. Every donor of i sends 150 Cigarettes or 5 oz. Tobacco 3/- » 500 „ or i lb. >» 8/6 ,,1000 „ and i lb. Every P.O. 6d. would secure Î5 Cigarettes for Tommy The Cigarettes are The British Lion," and the Z> Tobacco the well-known Mitcham Shag," or Mitcham Cricket Green Mixture." We also guarantee'to send to individual men in any regiments (if desired) at same prices, but postage extra. Rates of postage up to 3 lbs., i/- from 3 lbs. to 7 Ibs. 1/4; 7 lbs. to 11 lbs., 1/7 in this case, with P.O.,send name, name of soldier, regiment, regimental number, if possible. Many soldiers from West Wales write and ask us for MORE "SMOKES," but our FUND IS EXHAUSTED. Please send us some more Sixpences and Shillings. Jfor Sale FOR SALE, large white registered Pedigree Boar, 13 months old, bred by Woraley.-Apply, W. Davies, Bwlch Farm, Capel Evan. (2709p FOR SALE, Two Nanny Goats, also Billy Goat, seven months old.—Full particulars from James Franks, Tumble, Llannon. (2721p TTtOR SALE, Real Turkey Carpet, new, 13ft. by -F lift.; also fawn Axminster, 15ft. by .9if t. What offers?-Apply, T. A. JOURNAL Office, Carmar- then. (2705p FOR SALE, Freehold Modern Villa, near Church, Post, and Station. Easy distance to Carmar- then.-Powell, JOURNAL Office, Carmarthen. (2739p FOR SALE, Pedigree Bay Mare, 15 hands, quiet in harness and saddle. Gig and Harness in perfect condition.—Apply, Cilfig, Llanelly. (2743p perfect condition.—Apply, Cilfig, Llanelly. (2743p R SALE, medium-sized, modern Residence; exceedingly well-built (cavity walls); stabling, garage, etc., half-acre well-laid-out grounds, pro- ductive garden, 16 acres excellent pasture; exqui sitely situated; convenient station.—Phillips, Paro-y- Bryn, Broadlay, Ferryside. (2738p 4 eggs per week per bird are NOW obtained with Karswood (harmless) Poultry Spice, which cannot hurt. liver. Packets, 2d., 6d., l/])avies, Chemist, 41, Rhosmaen Street, Llandilo. (2734p LADIES READ THIS I Advice free for stamp Mrs. E. Stewart'i Famous Female Remedy, never fail*.—Address. I, Guinea Street, Briatol- COOMB HERD OF LARGE BLACK PIGS, The Property of Sin Owen Philipps, K.C.M.G. SEVERAL young Boars and Sows for Sale-five and six monl: a old; also Weaners from regis- tered parents. For full particulars ,r-r)ly to the Bailiff, A. V. KEY, Cloomb Home Farm, Carmarthen. TO CLEAR.—A few oopies of "The Raven," a novel based upon the Life and Times of Sir Rhys ab Thomas the Retl. Glynfab Williams, are still on hand, and are now offered at HALF-PRICE, viz., 3d. EACH, or by post 4d. For this novel the author was awarded the first prize at the Carmar- then National Eisteddfod, August, 1911. Secure a Copy now as only a limited number remain, and THERE WILL BE NO REPRINT.-JOURNAL Office, Carmarthen. WE can provide you with WEDDING INVI- TATION CARDS at 2/9 per doien, 60 for 6/9, or 100 for 11/ Envelope, to match stamped with silver Initial are included in these prices. WE offer you value In WEDDING CARDS. Prices from 2/3 per dozen, 50 for 6/9, or 100 for 9/ inoluding Envelopes to match. We invite you to inspect our latest samples.—JOUBNAL, Car- marthen. OF INTEREST TO FARMERS.—A few copies are still on hand of the Booklet—The Shire v. Strong-boned Cob or Roadster, and my be had from the JOURNAL Office. Price Id. each, by post lid. ROLL Tickets worded Admission—Id., 6d., 1/- and 1/6" alway. in stock at the JouutAL Office. Price 1/- per 1.000. or by poet 1/1. Supplied only in thousands Terms Cash with order.— JOUBNAL Office, Oanaarthea. DAC| £ SI AR All grades, analyses guaranteed, Dftoi* ounu. dejjverecj any Btation in England and Wales.-Charlea Picken, Merchant, Wolver- hampton. (24ftp PFAT MOSS LITTER best quality, at lowest rtAi muds until, prioe del?vered any 8ta. tion.—Charles Picken, Merchant, Wolverhampton. (gHORTHORN QALVES. CJTROljJ* WalfeWf Calves are sent carriage paid fj upon lots of two or more to any station in your distriot. Bred from large-framed Shorthorn sires and dams. Full of hair and bone. Un- doubtedly the best obtainable. No fanoy prices. For price list and book of testimonial., apply Fred B. Gill, Wynngate, Whitchurch, Salop. (sisep HORTHORN Calve, for Rearing, form Deep. s milking Cheshire Dairy Cows by Pure-bred Bulls; quotation to any Station; no fancy prioea; oomwpondenoe a pleasure.-Frank Dobic, Littleton, C better. .-X. fousical instruments D. J. SNELL'S ANNOUNCEMENTS. TIIANOS & ORGANS.—New or geoond-h-nd ly -*• all the leading Makers, at greatly reduced prices during war-time. New Pianos from £16 10.. Bargain List free.—D. J. Snell, 20, and 12, High Street, Arcade, Swansea. GRAMAPHONES, from 21/ New Double-sided records from Is. Id. each. Thousand, of Re- cords in Stock to select from. Lists free.—D. J. Snell. Hiah Street Arcade. Swansea. Xost an& ffounfr X OST, fr^m Pecwain, near Trecastle, 5 Ewes with ■U J.J. pitch-marked on left side and right aostril split with ear-marks. Finder rewarded by owner, D. Davies. (2728p X OST, since 16th August, Two Ewes (one black), seven Lambs (three not sheared), marked red on neck and loin, also D pitch-marked on sheared. Detainer prosecuted.—Rees, Red Lion, Llande- fellog, Kidwelly. (2740p STRAYED to Tygwyn, Llangunnor, seven Moun- S tain Lambs with red lead mark on back. If not claimed within 14 days will be sold.-Essex Morris. (2736p STRAYED, to Werndrefi Farm, Nantgaredi^, two Ewes. If not claimed within 14 days will be sold to defray expenses.—Davies. (2736p financial LONDON & PROVINCIAL DISCOUNT CO., LTD. IMMBDIATE CASH ADVANCES. dBK to £1,000 are privately completed at 24 hours' notice on your simple promise to repay, without preliminary fees. Call or write to the Manager, W. SHIRLEY, 48, Stokes Croft, Bristol. Advances ^5 to £5,000 5 ON YOUR WRITTEN PROMISE TO REPAY AT A MUTUALLY AGREED INTEREST. 25 for 15 monthly payments of 6a. Bd. i;iu „ „ 13b. 4d. £ 20 „ „ £ 1 6.. 8d. LOANS OF £ 9,0 A UPWARDS, spread over a period of Tw M Months as follows JB50 total amount repayable jB36 If Od. B60 „ „ 273 4s. Od. 2100 „ „ 2122 Os. Od. and so on pro rota. Loans over a period of two years or more by arrangement. A gentleman will call if desired and advance cash at applicant's house. NO SURETIES REQUIRED. Promptness and Privacy. NO CHARGE OF ANY KIND UNLESS BUSINESS DONE. Distance immaterial to the actual lenders. Write or call. F. LAWRENCE, LTD. (The Oldest West of England Com- pany), DON CHAMBERS. CHEESEMARKET, W'NE STREET, BRISTOL. Telephone 1791. Telegrams— • Approved," BristoL CASH ADVANCED PRIVATELY. FROM £ 10 TO £ 5,000. To Tradesmen, Professional Gentlemen, Farmer, and Respectable Householders. WITHOUT SECURITY or SURETIES A WRITTEN PROMISE TO REPAY IS ALL WE REQUIRE. No FEES, or FINES. STRICTEST PRIVACY GUARANTEED. RE-PAYMENTS to suit the convenience of BORROWERS. TERMS mutually agreed upon before Business completed. DISTANCE NO OBJECT. LOANS from 5 can be arranged for person, entitled to money, investments, or property under WILLS or SETTLEMENTS. Such advance, may remain unpaid for any number 9f years. CHARLES STEVENS, LTD., Hayes Buildings, CARDIFF. 2616) Tel. No. 467 BREEDERS OF PIGS TAKE your Sows to PRESWYLFA, PENIEL, where that Celebrated large white Boar, BOURNE BUSY BOY (184471, is in attendance. 2667p) W. J. DAVIES, Owner. ( P ICTUBEDBOM TT1 —L THE RINK, CARMARTHEN P I Sa.turda.-2.30, 6.30 & 8.30 p.m. Thursdays—6.S0 & S 30 p.m. Other Days-8.15 p.m. The most Comfortable and Healthy Hall in South Wales OUR FILMS SCREENED CLEAR AND STEADY. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 6th—By special arrangement with Messrs. Pathe Freres, The Quest of the Sacred Gem The Mysteries of the Far East and the Western World mingle in this enthralling Four- Reel Drama. THURSDAY, SEPT. 2nd—By special arrangement with Messrs. Kineco, Cardiff, JESSE LASKYiS GREAT PRODUCTION, The Call of the North Four Reels. 300 Wonderful Scenes. Latest War Films and other Interesting Pictures. Pianist MR. T. S. PUDDICOMBE ADMISSION—3d., 6d., 9d. Children—2d., 3d., 4d. Saturday Afternoon, for Children—Id., 2d., ML MANAGER oo.oo MR. W. T. ROGERS. Proprietors— Resident Manager— ■ GRIFFITHS & BOLTON. HORACE W. BOLTON. ■ I Pictures & Variety. Week commencing Sept. 6. H a ■ H Return Visit of that most popular and talented Comedy Duo— H ■ IDA RAY & FRED DOUGLAS I Who have appeared at all the British and American Theatres ■ with the greatest success. ZD H Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday, Sept. 6, 7 & 8, H ■ Splendid Exclusive Picture, in 3 parts (by arrangement with H Pathe Freres), ■ THE STOLEN BIRTHRIGHT ■ A Powerful Dramatic Production, featuring the famous Picture | Actor, THURLOW BERGEN. | ■ Thursday, Friday, & Saturday, Sept. 9, 10, & 11, I H Magnificent Exclusive Film, in 3 parts (by arrangement with H H Pathe Freres) ■ RODS OF WRATH, ■ A great Nautical Drama, replete with exciting incidents, featurin g p the Celebrated Actress, ELEANOR WOODRUFF. 9 GAUMONT GRAPHIC & OTHER INTERESTING PICTURES S I EMPIRE ORCHESTRA. ■ ■ Nightly at 7 & 9. Matinee on Saturday at 2.30. Usual prices H From NORTH, SOUTH, EAST & WEST We receive inquiries in connection with all kinds ef INSURANCeS. We invite inquiries from YOU. THE WELSH WEL 0* t.1 I .4 ..1 .1 z i I INSURANCE CORPORATION LTD. HEAD OFFICE: 22, HIGH STREET, CARDIFF. BRANCHES: Prudential Chambers, Castle Street, I Widlmarsh Street, Hereford. Swansea. Bangor Street, Carnarvon. Central Chambers, Newport. I APPLICATIONS FOR AGENCIES INVITED. I RXTCtTFl Expensive accidents like this ^jr rRrUj-p 1 do not happen to wearers —-v of patented AOCo asjjl' ■ —; When we adjust Fits-U's to your nose they remain' securely in place f/ until you take them off. Best of .Q all, they are perfectly comfortable yj and good-looking. If you are interested in better eyesight and better eyeglasses we pi will gladly explain many other Fits-U advantages. I A. I. JONES, M.P.S. (ITS!) j p PHARMACIST, OPTICIAN & SEEDSMAN, J I 16, LAMMAS STREET, CARMARTHEN' I ■* m HOW TO STOP THE COW THAT KICKS USE ARABIAN OIL EMBROCATION Far Sore Teats and Swollen Udders in Cows, Easy to apply, In use for 100 years. Also for Wounds, etc., on all animals. Full particulars with each bottle, is., from Sole Proprietor-R. W. WOOLCOCK, CARDIGAN W. S. MORRIS, WHOLESALE GROCER AND CORN MERCHANT, CARMARTHEN. Telephone, 50. Telegrams," Morria, Merehmt, Carmarthen." SEND FOR PRICE LIST.