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night EDUCATIONAL. PITMAN’S SHORTHAND, BOOK-KEEPING Out of Bed—and soft, cosy Slippers for your Toes to dive into, real rest for

night EDUCATIONAL. PITMAN’S SHORTHAND, BOOK-KEEPING Out of Bed—and soft, cosy Slippers for your Toes to dive into, real rest for

your Feet at SLIPPERS ARE GIFTS OF LASTING VALUE. GEORGE SON A' Christmas Treat For Feet.
December 6, 1935 - Wells Journal - Wells, Somerset, England
 
SWEETS

SWEETS

Special Xmas Selections of all O/X makes, bottles, tins and boxes x O TEA PeRFECT TBX
December 6, 1935 - Wells Journal - Wells, Somerset, England
 
TO LET —Unfurnished Sitting Room and one or two Bedrooms, use of kitchen, in Wells. —For particulars, write Box 11,

TO LET —Unfurnished Sitting Room and one or two Bedrooms, use of kitchen, in Wells. —For particulars, write Box 11,

Journal Office, Wells.
December 6, 1935 - Wells Journal - Wells, Somerset, England
 
BRISTOL ENTERPRISE

BRISTOL ENTERPRISE

The niversity of Bristol has just concluded a highly successful course of instruction for volunteer officers. It was attended 120 officers and selected N.C.O.'s and men of various Bristol, Bath, and Somerset battalions. The University will subsequently hold an examination upon t
July 14, 1916 - Wells Journal - Wells, Somerset, England
 
SALE Goods,

SALE Goods,

STERLINGr]|VALUE IN ALL DEPARTMENTS can be relied on, will Commence on
July 14, 1916 - Wells Journal - Wells, Somerset, England
 
H. W. REAKES’

H. W. REAKES’

New Stock of BABY CARS are both smart in appearance and thoroughly reasonable in price. Owing to limited space it is impossible to display stock. Inspection will convince as to value. H. W. REAKCS, 1, Market Place, Wells, S. m. JEffORP, Confecfioner. 4c. y 5, SfIPLER STREET, WEL
July 14, 1916 - Wells Journal - Wells, Somerset, England
 
a scourge menacing their own loved lauds. On all sides the avengers are closing upon the Hun. The handwriting is

a scourge menacing their own loved lauds. On all sides the avengers are closing upon the Hun. The handwriting is

already visible upon the wall. The modern Belshazzer, though unable to read it, has a visible tremelo about the knees. Even though he cannot read the handwriting can discern the signs of the times. Hence the feverish anxiety to exact peace before his Illgotten gains are disperse
July 14, 1916 - Wells Journal - Wells, Somerset, England
 
WELLS CATHEDRAL. In Reaidenoe: The Very Rer. the Dean and Bishop Stirling: Order of Services and Anthems: Sundays.—Holy Communion, 8

WELLS CATHEDRAL. In Reaidenoe: The Very Rer. the Dean and Bishop Stirling: Order of Services and Anthems: Sundays.—Holy Communion, 8

a.m.; 12.15 on the Ist and 3rd Sundays. Mattine, 11 a.m. Evensong at 3 p.m. "Week Days. —Matins 10 a.m.; Evensong, 3 p.m. Friday. Morn. —S.S. Wesley in F. _ 12 noon. —Intercession service. Even. —Goss in E; Happy the man (Tye). Saturday. Morn. —Cobb in G; O love the Lord (Sulliv
July 14, 1916 - Wells Journal - Wells, Somerset, England
 
TO KEEP YOUNG

TO KEEP YOUNG

A writer in the July Fortnightly says that the way to keep young is to eat the following fruits, not frugally but in quantities: Apples, bananas, plums, oranges, lemons, cucumbers, and figs. He says there’s nothing like the juice of oranges and lemons for the waste chalk accnmmu
July 14, 1916 - Wells Journal - Wells, Somerset, England