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$ I WHEN SCHOOL COMMENCES | *& ? ———————— You will likely require a — 4 || ? New Rig-Out for your Youngsters. | '9 LEVNSON'S iI ? ? t B? tar? ? Hf JB??<JLi! ??jP'?LJ? ? 1? ??? !y ?? -— nr*??. ?/ B? ?M ? ? Have a Nice Se l ect i on of || ? Boys' Suits, Odd Knickers, Shirts, and Strong- Wearing Stockings for Boys.. Hard-Wearing Serges, Poplins, and Tweeds, also Ready-Made School Dresses 9 | and Jumpers for Girls. ? ■ | g NEW AUTUMN GOODS ? I 'N <3 ? ? !N I I I MILLINERY, VELOURS AND FELTS. g ￼ TWEED COATS AND MACKINTOSHES. f LEVENSON 'Sj HIGH STREET, AMMANFORD. f LEVENSOIM 89 HIGH STRE'ET, ApmnmmANFORDS | i JE*.S.—Gents' Autumn Suits at Reduced Prices. || ￼ DEAKIN'SS. HEALTH PILLS HIRE, STRONG HEALTHY BLOOD Free from th. terrible slayers- Erysipelas, Chrlls, Pams, Ulcers, PSirUT n F&8 SKIN Burning, Fevers, Innammatins, BRIGHT CLEAR S?!?, Pneumonia, Dropsy, Pleurisy, rnrr rnnfUl I llfCD PUII I C Torturing Eczema, Rheumatism, met inum L!WLn Un!LLa, Gout, Pimples, Boils, Blotches. Jaundice, Dropsy, .Indgstion, Headache, Ba?ache, And all Unhealthy Inflamed Ulcerous Conditions. DEA.KIN'S DEAKIN'S xzrssk Ensure immediate benefits E"' Mi?H"uU?Ehes Ensure immediate beueMts ??"S?"' ? !EOO, for all Suiferers, In Stamped Boxes ouay, The Inflammation ad effect quick and most 1/3; by Post, 1/6; Remedies Co., wonderful recoveries. Six Boxes for 7/6. BRISTOL & BLIENAVON, Man •■■<>■ ..<■ .>■ i<1111p1111111111111111111111111111111111?i hiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiM-.iniiiiil: Scholastic. Old College School, Carmarthen. (Facing Beautiful Vale of Towy). Ideal Institution for Direct Preparation and Great Production. BOARDERS KEPT. GIRts ADMITTED. TERMS MODERATE. SUCCESSES OF ONE SESSION, 1918-19. C.M. Training College Certificate-( 1). College of Preceptors— (24). S horthand- (6) ( 4) Preliminary; (1) Theory; (1) Speed Certificate; Book- keeping— (1). Theological Preliminary-(4). Calvinistic Methodist-(I). Clerkship—Typewriting inclusave- (4) TOT AL. 37. DUTIES RESUMED SEPTEMBER 2nd. Arter September 2nd, New Pupils Registered at any time, and charged pro rata. Prospectuses may be had on application to the HEAD MASTER. LIFE OF WORRY. I WHY? There is nothing which causes more Worry, Trouble, Anxiety. Irritation, and Pain than Ailments of the SKIN, FLESH, BONE AND JOINTS. Immediate Relief is obtained if you only use GOMER'S BALM. I ￼ ￼ 13 I My leg was very bad for a long time, Burning Pain almost Ua bearable, until I used GOMER'S BALM,' which at once eased the pais and very soon cured me. j Goroer's Balm is now well knows I throughout the land as- the most J useful and successful remedy. USEr Gomel's l^alm for I All kinds of Skin Rash, Sore., j Wounds, Ulcers, Cuv., Bunts, • Scalds, Excoriations, Abrasions, Bad Legs, Varicose Veins. Gomel's Balm for Eczema, Breakings-out in Children's Heads, Ringworm, Gallings, Irrita- tions, Itchings, in Women and Children. Gomel's Balm for Pil. Scurvy, Inflamed Corns, Bunions, and Gouty Joints, Rheu- matic Limbs, Stiff Joints, Lumbagc THIS VALUABLE REMEDY SHOULD BE KEPT AND USED IN EVERY HOME. It will soon put an end to all Worrp. Ask for "GOMER'S BALM," and see that the name in full is on the Box, also the name of "JACOB HUGHES," without which none I is genuine. Sold by Chemists and Stores at 1/3. 3/ 5/- (including War Tax), or send 1/4, 3/2, or 5/3 (in stamps or postal order) to Maker— Jacob Hughes, M.P.S.. L.D.S., MANUFACTURING CHEMIST. PENARTH. Cardiff =JlllllllilillliiSnillifIlllllll miimillilllllimilimillllillllliim iiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiii^; 1 New Ford Car Prices ( 1 (At the Works, Manchester). 1 II ê I' = Touring Car £220. Chassis 9170. E = Van £210. Town Car 9300. = = Ton-Truck Chassis ^200. = i AGENTS- H DAVID JONES & SONS, I The Garage, AMMANFORD. ] S Telegrams: The Garage, Ammanford. ê = Telephone: 32 Ammanford. ê illllllllllilllHlllillillllllllllillllllI!li:iH!ll!l!llllllHlllllllllir.l|llllllllllllliillilllE:i(llllillll!iilE ￼ Pastrycook, Confectioner, "TT' ti.t JL. -T3??J? ?iT L?IL<? and Caterer, JB.. Tennis View Restaurant, 16 & 18, College Street, Ammanford. Wedding & Birthday Cakes e a Speciality. 'Pastries of the Best Quality. Don't Neglect a Trial Order. "^1*1 < WHEN YOU BUY A PIANO HAVE THE "BEST. Thompson & Shackell, Ltd., Invite Inspection of their Splendid Stock of BRITISU-l\IADE PIANOS OF WORLD-WIDE FAME, including Instruments by the following Celebrated Maken:- JOHN BRINSMEAD & SONS, CHALLEN & SONS, v J. & J. HOPKINSON, J. H. CROWLEY, AJELLO & SONS, BROADWOOD PIANO-PLAYERS WOO RE & MOORE, JUSTINE BROWNE, CRAMER & COMPANY, COLLARD & COL LARD, And 'ethers too numeroul to mention. UNSURPASSED FOR TONE, TOUCH. AND ELEGANCE OF DESIGN. All Pianos Warranted, and Exchanged if not approved. FULL VALUE ALLOWED FOR OLD PIANOS IN EXCHANGE. 25, QUEEN STREET, CaRBIPP. AgS: 60, Stepney Street, LLANELLY. I Tradesmen's Announcements. GLOBE Boot, Shoe, and Clog Stores, ¡ College St., Ammanford. ALF. WILLIAMS. The Noted House for ALL KINDS OF FOOTWEAR. Boot Repairing Neatly Executed. Beautify the Home Dainty Mats, Comfortable Rugs, Choice Patterns in Linoleums, Carpets, Hand- some Mirrors, Bedsteads, Bedding, Wire Mattresses, Overlays. FURNITURE of every description manufactured on the Premises. Pianos, Organs, and other Musical Instruments. H. TARR, 71, Wind St., AMMANFOBD. The Amman Valley Furnishing Stores. "For the Blood is the Life." I If it is any such Disease ￼ -Bc?oMa, &rofula, Bad ??<) ?a? ?.&?c?M?, Ulcers, 6'??M?r Swellings, Boils, Pimples, Sores and Eruptions, Piles, Rheumatism, Gout, c., don't waste your time and money on lotions and ointments j which cannot get below the surface of the skin. What you want and what you must have ia a medicine that will thoroughly free the blood of the poison- jj ous matter which alone is the true cause of all your suffering. Clarke's Blood Mixture is just such a medicine. It is I composed of ingredients which quickly attack, overcome and expel the im- purities from the blood, that.i3 why so many truly wonderful cures stand to its credit. Over 50 years' success. /?T?S? ￼ Pleasant « — to take.Clari e PS' —? Blood ) ?\Mixture? gold bv all !X ur ^hem&ti 1 ? AND BE CURED. ??? HI and Stores. ￼ ￼ ???? M 2/9 per ?????—*?*?????"? ? ■ ntpir $I Hefu.. *M EVERYBODYS I 8ubetitut- BLOOD PURIFIER." I II had the I money- i• What is your dream ? Is ii sotne day la oion your hous: f t» buy m farm f-or to set Up in business for y curse/ft What is your dream ? Is if to ;iv. ronr children a bett-r siart in life than you had yourself t— to give your boy a col,eg-e training t—to settle a comfortable sum on your daughter when sht marries f I What is your di-eam ? Is it some day to own a cir ?-to see somelljixe- of this country of ourst I -to travel, perhaps, and see trie greater world ? I Perhaps your own particular dream is none of these, yet almost certainly i you will need more money than you have now to make it come true. A dream which is worth dreaming is one for which it is also worth while to save. START NOW to make YOUR dream come true. SPEND WISELY. Save all the money you can. Buy Qtvln0s 9CERIRIFICATES A little tared each week meant a lot at the end of a year-and money in- Tested ia Savings Certificate* grow* at the rate of 51% compound interest Obtainable through your local Snvinfit Afoctation or from any Bank, Money Order Post Of ire or Official. Agent. ■nmm■ i i■■ in i i iHiiiTrrwTnf-i iHTnm'i i»i iiimwim—■■——inn mil——— t Prof. T. W. PRICE, t I D.M. T., M.H., F.B.I.M.S., M.A.C.S., I i Certified and Registered Masseur, etc., Doctor Mechano therapy (Swedish i School of Massage), Practical Osteopathy and Chiropractic, Certified f Medical Botanist, Fellow of British Institute Mental Science, Member of j American College of Sdencet, Member of the School of Suggestive j Therapeutics. I LUCANIA BUILDINGS, l t STEPNEY STREET, LLANELLY. I l Dear Sir or Madam, |j j I have much pleasure in informing you that I have been j t demobilised from the Army after serving for Two Years in • H.M. Military Hospitals, gaining much valuable experience in different modes of treatment of thousands of cases. l I From now on I shall personally be in attendance daily in J i" my business, and, by strict and careful attention to all cases, I j ? hope to have a share of your patronage in the future as in the 1 J past. l 1 Yours faithfully, j | T. W. PRICE. | i P. S.—Consul Prcf. PRICE if xuffering?from any Complaint or Disea- j • | which flesh is heir to. f|-> t|-fc f|—tr~> -r-fc f r~c f~i~> ri n-> n-> ri-^n-* «i^ i High-Class ARTIFICIAL TEETH. i § Mr. & Mrs. J. Henry Lister, | Dental Surgery, 7, Greenfield Villas, LLANELL Y, Attend at the following Branches: § ;go AMMANFORD ai Mr. Griffiths, 46, College Street (opposite Co-operative Stores). ■& MOHOAtS-11 a.m. to 7 p.m. WEDNESD&YS-S a.m. to 12 noon. SATURDAYS—II a.m. to 7 p.m. 3 g GARNANT at Miss M. Jones, Mountain View. g CWMGORSE at Mrs. Price, Gate Street. -8 H WEBNESBMS- ?2 to 6 p.m. g — <3 Best Quality Teeth and Best Materials only used. § Speedy Repairs and Re-modelling. ? PAINLESS EXTRACTIONS. ? e Q( 5; 10 THERE'S A GOOD TIME COMING ] for you. Altheagh at prsisit you are snfterinf from a disordered digestioa M sad ether dintressing ailmeeta cad, ia eeasequence, are ineliaed to take a waswkol floeaay view of things, it need not be leaf before you recover M year health and your aaaally hepeful and cheerful disposition. All that is I repaired to loring about this desired change is the beaefbial influence of M Beeakam's Pills. This reliable medieiae stimulates the livar, strengthens M stomach, eleanses the bowels and purifies the blood ;-hence it is easy < ta aadentaad why health may be maintained by taking B Be ech am's Pills t Sold everywhere in boxes, labelled ls-3d and 3s-0d. g PRINTING OF EVERY DESCRIPTION DONE AT THE "Amman Valley Chronicle" Office, 4.:a.FO:a::o. 1
IWeekly Film Notes.
I Weekly Film Notes. Major Ian Hsy Beith, betted known as Ian Hay, he author of so many popular stories the war, including The First Ha., id Thousand and The Last MUt.n which has lately been published, and of the delightful and successful play, Tilly of Blooms- bury, which is now running at the Apollo Theatre, London, is on his way back from America. He had gone there on long leave, and had joined the literary staff of Cecil De Mille at the Famous Players-Lasky studios at Los Angeles. His first work was in con- nection with the film which has been adapted from Sir J. M. Barrie. He has now been called back by the War Office on urgent business. Before he left Los Angeles a dinner was given in his honour by Mr. De Mille and the Film Colony at Hollywood. Burton Holmes, who coined the word Travelogues to describe his lec- tures illustrated by moving* pictures as iar back as 1904, when he gave his first series of talks in this country at the Queen's Hall, intends to visit Britain again shortly to dieliver another series of these lectures. Towards the end of the war he secured pictures shewing the ravages of the Germans in many parts of Europe, and these are to be shewn in comparison with the picture of the same spots which Mr. Holmes took before the war. His Paramount Travel films are one of the features of the pro- grammes of the better-class cinemas. Scenario writing is among the lucra- tive professions on the other side of the Atlantic, according to a statement by Eve Unsell, the celebrated scenario expert, who has lately taken charge of that department of the Famous Players- Lasky British Producers, Ltd. Almost the minimum price for a screen adapta- tion, she says, is £ 20 per reel, which is £ 100 for an average length picture. For an original story, plus adaptation, the price- averages about £ 500, while for special pictures-films of six or seven reels— £ 600 is quite an ordi- nary price. The British Company in- tends to encourage the native writer, and if prices approximating to these are to be paid, there will bpen quite a good field for what has hitherto been a neg- lected and underpaid art in this country. The announcement that Gertrude Elliott is to produce a new comedy at the St. James' Theatre shortly is addi- tionally interesting in view of the fact that a picture version of the same play, "Co me out of the Kitchen, with Mar- guerite Clark as the bright particular star, will be forthcoming early in Janu- ary next. The story, in its original form as a novel, was written by Alice Duer Miller, and was dramatised by A. E. Thomas. The scenario for the film j version was done by Clara Beranger, one of the ablest adaptors in the busi- ness. Geraldine Fafrar, whose latest Art- 1 craft picture, "The Devil Stone," will shortly be seen, has gained as much fame as a film star as she has as an opera singer. After some musical training at Boston and New York she was allowed ■ to try her voice beforea Melba, as a result of which a substantial offer was made to her by the Damrosch Opera Company. This was refused, as was i also an even bigger offer from Grau, i and Miss Farrar came to Europe, where 1 after further study she made her debut j at the age of nineteen. After several years of Europaan success she returned to America to sing at the Metropolitan •* Opera House. Her entry into the picture world attracted much attention, and her first film, "Carmen," stamped J her as an actress of unusual talent. It 1 was while engaged in studio work that she met Lou Tellegen, who assisted her J in a number of ways in one of her earli- est films, and the acquaintance ripened eventually into marriage. Two of her Artcraft pictures yet to come are "Maria Rosa" and "T emptation." i I
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