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E. O. HALL. Ss SON,
KING AND FORT STREET
IjakAAaakaaAA AajAaaKaAjjaAAaAaaaMiaiaiaaiaiAaiaiaaBiBiaiaiA al
HURRAH FOR THE 4th OF JULY
. HAS RECEIVED A LARGE STOCK OF
SCn Nv Fire-work, FlnK" Shield,
g- Reton!nr, - Decoration - Bunting,
Z Torpedoes, Lantcrna,' Etc., Etc.,
iwucii win n wii iu o.m rrauciscu prices.
ASSORTED CASES OF FIRE-WORKS
from 810.00 to $25.00 at the : :
BERETANIA ST., NEAR FIRE STATION
P. 0. Box 535- S. W. LEDERER, Prop.
AMERICAN VESSEL FROM
NEWCASTLE IN HURRICANE
Sailed on Friday-Was Damaged on
Friday-Made Fair Passage-
Her Former Commander
The experience of tUo American bark
St. James, which arris ed hero yester
day partly dismasted, Is liable to con
firm tho superstitious sailor man In
his belief that Friday Is nn unlucky
The St. James sailed for this port
from Newcastle, Australia on Friday,
May 17th, under most favorable aus
pices. She made good progress for
thirteen days, but on thn second Friday
after sailing, she was partially dis
masted and came near foundering, In
a terrUnc hurricane off tho coast of
Everything was going smoothly up
to the afternoon of the 20th of May,
when It camo on to blow, and seeing
that nasty weather threatened, Captain
Toplcy had sail shortened to almost
bare poles, to be In readiness for the
breaking of the storm. In the part
of the world wbcie'thc vessel was
storms of great suddenness and violence
aro often met with, and Bailor-men are
always on tho lookout for trouble. Be
ginning with Friday morning, May 31st
tho wind and sea Incrdeased in violence
and tho ship lost what sails were on
her, they being blown to shreds. To
bet a sail In the weather nrr-mlHni?
would hate been she:r nonsense, and
the ship without nnythlng to steady
her, wallowed In the trough of tho
sea until It looked as If she would
roll her masts out. Soon after her sails
carried away, her fore royal-mast
snapped off, and was followed by the
main top-gallant, and mtzzen topmast,
which with their yards and gear camo
hurtling to the deck. The mass of
wreckuKu on deck wnsheil nhnnf l.v
the great seas that came aboard time
and again, made it dangerous work for
tho sailors who were working for dear
life to clear the debris away and freo
the vessel. Many narrow escapes are
reported but luckily no serious Injury
was received by any member of the
crew. Tho storm passed away as sud
denly as It came, and the day after the
damage tho good ship was In fair
weather again. Considering her re
duced Ball power she made a fine pass
age being only SS days on the whole
The St. James Is one of the trimmest
looking ,esbcls over here. She was
formerly In command of Cnam Dan
field, now of the Bteamrr Hawaiian who
Is also a part owner In her. She was
built nt Hath, Maine, In the year 1883.
Sho Is a Wbsel of about 150 gross tons;
l 218 fret 5 Inrhes long; 41 feet 3
Inches beam, and 23 feet 7 Inches depth
of hold. Now York Is her home port.
m . m
Mmo. Robin's "Word of Honor Free
Loan Office" for literary men has come
to grief. No Interest was charged and
no security required. Writers were
ready enough to borrow, but tho repay
ments were so small that after two
years' experlenco Mme, Robin has
closed the office.
FRESH LOADED 8HELL8
just received for the opening of the
DOVE 8EA80N, JULY Ut.
Parker and other guns at prices to
suit the pocket books : : : : :
In The Circuit Court, First Circuit of
the Territory of Hawaii.
ORDER EXTENDING TERM.
It satisfactorily aoneaflni- to th Oinrt
that the public Interests require tnat the
Special June Term, 1901, of the Circuit
Court of the First Circuit, Territory of
Hawaii, be extended.
It Is HEREBY ORDERED that said
term of Court be and It is herrhv -Yt.nrt.H
twelve (12) days after the expiration of
said term, that Is to say until twelve days
alter the sixteenth day of July, loot.
Dated at Honolulu. Island nf n.ihn.
Territory of Hawaii, this 8th day of July,
a. u. one thousand nine hundred and one.
Pieslilne Judte. Circuit Court nt tin-
First Circuit, Territory of Hawaii.
GROCERS SHOWN UP !
Hllo, Hawaii, June. 7, 1901.
Dear Sirs! In mv lnnni.nni.0 r u,-
chasod here In Hlin n inr nf vnm. iin
Money Pickles (put up by Mrs. E. O.
..uu, jviiiimuiiu, vuj. ji orougnt me
great trouble, and one of three things
1. iou must stop making them; or,
2. I must get them at less exnense:
3. I'm a ruined man.
Since my first venture I've had many
"Jars." My family from early morn cry
"Plckteft!" Imlirlllinpa rlnn hn .In.- l.-U
and shout "Pickles;" relatives visit mo
In expectation of "Pickles." Your
pickles are my Nemesis. Please, Dear
ana, quote mem uy tne Keg, Uarrel,
Hogshead, Ton or Shipload, and "pro
Yours very truly,
To Lewis & Co ,
JONOLULU, T. H.
SAVE YOUR PHOTOS.
The process of binding pic
tures under glass is made so
simple by the introduction o.
the Gummed Binding Paper
that anyone can do it.
It will afford a nipasnnr even
ing's occupation and save your
photos from ruin, to get what
you require at KING BROS,
and do ihe work yourself.
run stock in any snade,
The weekly edition of the Evening
Bulletin gives a complete summary of
he. news of the dax.
To Whom It Mav Concern.
Notice Is hrrebv eiven to the consignees
and underwriters of the cargo per Bk.
C D. Brvant" that this careo. damaged
by fire and se.water. Is discharged at the
Irmgard Wharf, where same will lie at
the risk of the respective owners.
H. HACKr-fcLD St CO., LTD,,
it Agents Bk. "C. D. Bryant"
Sun!)' U j 08
Mondi y 1
is 1 4!t.o
Last Quarter of the moon on the 8th
at 4:&0 a. in.
Tides from the United States Coast
and Geodetic Survey Tables.
Weather Iluronu, Punahou, July n.
Temperature Morning minimum,
72; Midday maximum, 82.
Hnrometer nt 9 a. m. 30.01. Irregular.
Dew Point GIF.
Humidity nt 9 a, ra. 70 per cent.
Diamond Head Signal Station, July
11. Weather thick, r.ilnlnc uln,.
oum 111111,1 11, 1 numpson, lor Nairn,
Stmr Hawaii, Berg, for Hawaii.
Schr Ki Mol, for Faaullo.
1. 1.. .. T'lUMJav, July 11.
Mmr Klmu. Freeman, for H 10 and
TO SAIL THIS AFTERNOON.
A-H S S Hawaiian, BanfielJ, for Kihu
lul, Hllo and New York at 4 p in.
Stmr Mikarula, Gregory, for Kauai
port at 5 p m.
Stmrllelcne, Nlcholsen, for Hawaii poits
at 5 p m.
Stmr James MaUre. T illicit, fnr Kim....
at 4 P m.
Schr Ecllp, Townsend. for Laha'na
and oilier ports.
Frtr HI In find llu nnrtc nan'mLan
July 1 1 -C G Spencer, i h Ofcllvie. Mm
F W.ltrl.nlt4El Ufa C. ,nfnp,4 UA tir t
rV tllm.i'nn(i ulf. Mtcc Mirw rrsm Ui..
J Tare:. Cllve Davles and wife. J C
m,i,.., iui)..ik ac 1..J.1 :.l ...u
J TXesson, E A Knudson and servant, W
H bnlr P I Ur.l,. U U ill 11.'
Nott, Miss C E Bray, Mrs J C Brown,
miss l. numcr, miss j naniwa, 1 A0KI,
L Cheung, J Cummins, h R StackaSl;.
Mlc lutln hli. Ml.. H.lv. I,.. A .
Steele. Master E Kaohl, Hon J B Kaon!,
uaviu iuck, miss v- maniua, miss l Ma
hlka. Kane Koolua, E B Turner and wife,
Miss Ellen Kalawe. Mls Nawahl. Rev S
Ollwa. Mrs Gough, Miss A Perry. J H
Van Glewn and wife, A L Thn mson, B J
Zabrleskle and wife, Miss R Richardson,
vilss K Cornwall. Ataster C Ahrens Miss
H K.inht AAre P Miii..,. ul. I f r I.
S3ii, S M Ballou and wife, Mrs W T Paty,
", p ry. Master W W Paty,
Charles Simpson. Dr William Peletsand
hiic, .ins uanownz, miss j yulnn and
Miss A Qulnn.
MAUI PYTHIANS DANCE
Walluku. July 6. Tho urand ball
given by the Aloha Lodge, Knights of
Pythias, at the Walluku court hnusa
last Wednesday evening was by far the
most brilliant affair given on Maul for
years. The hall of justice win rnnveri.
cd Into a banquet' hall, flags of all na
tions Hanging on the walls while
shields representing the mysteries of
the local lodge were also hung on tho
walls. Evergreens freshly taken from
lao valley wcro hung across tho room.
Music was furnished by tho Wallace
Qlco Club. J. Walsh wae floor mnn-
Thero wero nearly two hundred poo
pie present which was 100 more than
the capacity of tho hall. Tho gowns of
tho ladles were qulto beautiful. Ecry.
body enjoyed themselves thoroughly,
A cold supper wns served at tho Maul
hotel at midnight. The dance broke
up at about 3 o'clock,
CLEANING THE STREETS.
To mnkn thn nanhnlf nnvam.nl Ins.
slippery, the Iioston Street Department
s oiHniuieiiiius on inc system pre
vailing 111 ParlR ThA ailuilmnnl la
being made on Trcmont street, and In-
tiuues we morougn nusning and wash.
uk ui iiiu anpnuii; surrace every night
with a 2H-tnch hose and tho removal
of all refuse matter by rubber scrapers.
The work is expensive, as the labor of
eight men Is required on the section
under trial; hut Rim. RnnariniAniiani
Wheeler Bays that bo already sees somo
1AM Ail t A.I.Un 11.1. .
"'"" unmiiB irum una morougn
cleaning. Asphalt is to be laid on sov
eral of the main streets of Boston, with
wooden block pavement on Btcep
ITYadeS! anil thfRf tPSla nrn hnln mn,lA
to remove objections, If possible, to tho
auiiircir nuiuiu 01 aspnait. Knginecr-
a , m
k WHEN AfJUINALDO WILTED.
A COm Of th NniV Amni-lfisn n n,...
paper publlshod at Manila, containing a
long account of how Agulnaldo was in
duced to take the oath ot uiieguinco to
1110 uniiea states, has been received.
The article Is headed: "Agulnaldo
Wins Aggie Over to the Right Side,
and. after telllna- nf ih effort nt ai.
lnno, says '
'Hnally the Chief Justice went over
thO laWB Of the Phlltnnlnn ritnmlaol
one by one. When hn rami in thn m..m
service bill and the school bill, Agul-
mum uAiimmuu; -i cannot longer
hold nut furnlnBt th. ITntn.l Di.inn nj
-a. - ..v UHHUtl UlUlVfl UllU
serve the best Interests of my people.
t wm iuno ma cam. tnis He did
'What made von Inmn intn 11, a
midst Of the fight?" lnnulred tho
friend. "You had nothing to do with
the feud those men worn it-vim.
"That's nerfppflv trim " nn.n.i.M.1
Colonel Stllwcll. "Hut I had to taks
sides ono way or the other. I couldn't
take chances on being an Innocent by
stander." Washington Star.
Antwerp archives show thnt nn num.
nviblle. or mechanical earrltfrn. wna
given the city In 1179. '
Russia's best known nowKinnrr. thn
Nova Vremya of St. Petersburg, has
ucen suspenucu for a week by tho
Minister of the Interior fnr inililUliln-
an article on strikes In which tho pres
ent wretcned condition of the Russian
worklngmen Is Bhown up.
Tins Jay ,,,,
ir-rp- .Id. 111 (in, column inVI he iuttrltd
' ., tr. mi. .. I...- ... . ... . . . ...
... ... icmi. 1. i,nr uc iNarnifii , su
I'fnta tirn n..rl.'..... . 91 m...i. .... ....t . ii
cetiti ttio nttU, ami BO ceiilt une month.
Tl..- .. ,,.. .1 .. I. . ... . . ...
.ii ir itiri'iirii mucmnnyciervjjtrtil
the ptople of -Honolulu,
CALESMEN EARN Jifo A MONTH ulllnc
'-' o.ir pan tart copylni: boaha ana oihar iifflca
.nal.lllA, k. ... ..... . ... ..
.......... v, Millet., rjr .in.rs i kooj tron'a i
m1 ty all merclnnu Una tlja Unci L. A. tLY
ll$ "can nikaSai a waelc." W. O. LAHfcY
claaraJ $11 In ont-kall aair-" "W. J. AUSTIN, Sia
Iniihouri." H. E PAYNE'S firil oricraai lor
Ura-irlh tnliillni '. i tvi.. . ....
fit worth, InctuJlre 16 ccr In? books
ill TTviiTil rnvtuuirLT iu iu
Irta. MODCL MKi. CO.
PARISIAN PRESSMAKFR-Mma P. Lambarl.
lata irom umicct. rarla, mi opencj hr
makhlr aarloli. llal-cliM fililne and Hint rftilmi.
mi Nuaami Ava abova VlnavarJ. ,8iMma
N0I'CE ' ,,,n fmet'l my butlnrti offica lo in
v11 kaihumanualrrat whtra I Kill t. rtt.uJ in ...
iny filcnit anJ ralront
A l(. II nit. Collector anJ
A M. MOOltE. Slanutrarnv ani Typilllnit
nt tollcllea Room n.Camptall Klk.Tal. Main. Si
IN r, m i7 V ' "he AleaanJ.r Voune
..H. Mll ,., ana ,. .Mt.is v r--, IO re Known ai
lllihop itrrel, are cloMJ to lh public t mil further
laiu-iEii, mm. mxjii.n
Supt AleaanJer Young Rl',
.101 ICE TO RHILDCRS The Union I iritu Co
'' baa WHITE SAHU FOR SALE ."nf
VVAUT,;D Young ladr clerk, for a feweki.
- cAperxnce unneceiury aaJreii, In own hanl.
riling, ttatlng aaliry dealicJ. Sec. V. o. Six 680
tlfANTED-lmmedlatety, by a rellaMa party, a
" POOJ driving tioru, lap mamh ...lain I....
change for It'a keep Addieia "good care" liullctln
UANTED-A bright capable driver, for a bieai
. V ay. ana m. nllh..ht. ....... . .
.a."". " .... aa,.. iv.l.v '(.(TII.U ailUA.ll
come well rennimeaJeJ. New England tlak.ry.
ANTEDTo Sen Jcwfldy and Watches
"In the latest atylei. Wauhea iroalred by a
laweler of liyaaii experience, O. DIETZ, Fort St ,
near Uriel. 1808-tl
l ANTED ILiok-keepera and ofJce-clerke, drlvera
" anlesmenanda'IclisHiof help. Don't wait
jntll yw aee the aid In the rarer, but call mday at
'elect L-rloiment llureau come: of Alakea and
WANTED I adlei and gentlemen to Irtrodjcethe
hottest" seller on eanh Dr. Whlle'a Llectrlc
Comb, patented ,89a. Agents are cclnlng mono .
Cures all InriM of tcalp allrents. headaches, Itc
1 et costs the same as an ordinary comb. Send soc In
lamps foi sample D. N. Rose, Gin. Mgr., Deca.
Inr. III. iSio-im
pXPERIENCEO STATIONARY ENGINEtH,
- thoroughly familiar with high sreed engines,
leslrea position. (Ball engines especially) Ei.gmeer,
Bulletin Oflua fs-s-tf
ROOM AND BOARD.
IWANTED A man and wife to boerd Inprlime
- iiiiua ui iu i.ae An.igr in nousc tor inree montns
and board owner House on Beretanla street P O
!l" " I88...II
TO LEI three newlv furnished rooas, mosquito
proof and cool. Macklock Avt , between Pllkol
and Keeaumoku. ,8ai-lf
TO LET A nicely furnished cottage ot three rooms
and bath, suitable for gentleman. )6o Beretanla
St.. lown .Ida of Thomas Square. iSSviw
pOR RENT Furnished room In private house on
hihe ail. car line, n
house J. W. BULLETIN
TO LET Six room cottage, next to Morm'n
Church. DOri'.ll.n h.lh aal.nl u. f ala D...
Apply to A G. Cunha. , .886-imo
TO LET A nice large front room, io Beretanla
pOR RENT Store and looms cutlage partly fur.
. "''"S-.N"'". Scho.il street comer Achl Lane.
Apply L F Asbahr. Hoffmann Saloon, 1884-11.
pO R RENT Six room cottage corner Pensacola A
' Lunalllo streets, hmmett May, Judd Building.
TO LET Two front rooms
No. v Garden Lane.
A C,9T,TA?E T 'ET-Rve rooms Just off Walkl.
MKoaJ. Immediate riis'esslnn. Rentjijou
a month. Apply Tramnay Ofllie. I'unahou.
TO LCT-Ttn Vlda Villa Is now under Ihe manage.
..ki "!"" .' Mr D !'J. Nicely furnished rooms,
table board can b liad on application i8ii).mo
.UK KtNT-Large furnished loom lor rent with
all com enlences. Klnau St . mauka side, scond
housa from Pllkol, or P O. Box S01. ii....w
TO LET-lo.so Wilder Annul, Punahou, New
House 1 rooms, t bedrooms, porcellan bath
pantry, elc. Address W. Blhls OlUce. i8'"f
VTE '.'. '"h AVply. Slvlng name and addrns,"!!
A II. thlsoMce. 187..H
ir you have house for rent, or want to rent a
PaMuhT... '"A-"A '..";."'. ." l'h "-I-
l.n...a ..1.-; . ,;- ...V.A--"' " "ai'.i iu i.ni a
T.T.X... 11.1.' '-"'P'"11 "'. ffiermant street,
lelephone Main 174 i8.til
QFriCCS I OR RENT- In nrewer building. Oueen
i' " or reasonable terms. Apply to C. bre.er
0Fr'5uVi ORai RFNJ-Four large room.
wa? M"d ty W!i0' fol',"'"1 Quaiterma
.,-. 1 1, ' i'a.ui nuinnmn as vuatiermaster a
t Thi1 "",-. K lor real atler June
innlJ. f r,0cm W,UI !? "'- singly or en suite.
Apto CS-sky, I'rogtesi Block. iSia-tf
PR RFM-AnelchtroomCotnge. All
1R1I roetn.nt. Tur. n.l...ta. ....u. ...
..... II . . .. w .",. a.v. n.in HOI
- - -- . -.v. a... iiwill 11. m.
illieMlatorlavoille Saloon 1810 tf
1 " ,-,!J'-""'lrtaW cottam on the premises of
.. 1 '&5.nl,.!'1'.!,,M5aU,,nJrJ' Co L"" Marmlon
u irian T . i .V" ' "I , '"""It" Cortaln 4 rnrms,
kitchen and ath loom. N 1 extra charge lor hot and
fOlJ W.I., .111 alar... a II.... I. -."7 -.'."" ""
ai.. V- .i a,...,,a iiim, i,rni riasonablc. AP"
S 9.000 00-
a an! lot, Walklkl road,
' - . . .."'k iw ..isia ot xj. Alan.
I ur.,r,,"cuur'' e"1ul,e ol M- O. Manson, or
L. Waldron. i8i8.imo
teirg iu estate or u. Alan
FOH SALE-A H horkt power rnxlnt tnj tawlnir
j In Uckher'4 yarJ
...:.." "" vsn it wr.ii. wnrKinir
wipusiit nonuiuiu iron Works,
MADE TO ORDER
Shirts with one pair detachable
cuffs made to your measure for
$1.25 1.CO 1.7S I2.OO 2.2S
according to the quality of the
material selected : : : : :
COR SAlE-Cmrtr,rocary.lore, .il.WUhrJ for
over twaye.ri. lui larira an4 jooj ratronaae.
Tor I jrtfwr parllulari apply ty mall. Hllo, p o b. jo
COR SAtE-Furnsuraof S roomi housa tor talt
A with crlvl.J.. It r.nlln. IS. .........
. n- ...... .a .... ..nil i.iii.iiud
r-turni 3. a nt r.... . ,n .1 a...... ... ....
- -- -.....-.., v. .. n..i... iu mi.
one: ,.., ,.
COR SALE Sli lotl on Kamhulii R.l. lc.ia..,ki
Tri;t, cti,ip, on u-.a Installment plan. Apply
Emmttt May, Jull Dull4lnt. iSii-tl
COR SALE-My sti
1 Foraetnt4not by
hone. Valuable for
italllon. Willie K." breJ from
'Bewail, Jr. A gentle drlvlne;
. v fuipo... .i wan ai a
John Emmeluth. Tel. Mala alt.
COR SALE-Have Juil ! receive! a lotofn.w.nJ
aeCOnl. tlAni SmIlh.D..mU... K..ti... .li.l
w... ...... ...I!.. . .J ,....... willlll
are for nil or rert. An unutual chance 'or leiuilie-
KBl.r- tl"-P naehme. Wathlntton Ljht Co.
CURNITURE ol tr.ree roomi, new Parlor, two beJ.
I rOOmi J.l Jlnlna PMn , al.n nna. A. a. ..1....
iu in ,even lections or tanil, HOUSE TO RENT. To
R.''h?r ''i'M'-'. R W. A'klnion Room 8, Mer
chant ani Alakaa
.-n ...... a..v vn u. vu an it in..
COR SAtE-AI very low prices. In Hllo own One
t I.I .., Uf.a,.l.a lla.U ....! .... .....
--- ....... a . a.a, .uiii.-i.n.lUK I CCM View
nlll.iu ..I A, .! Li. .... ...
. . ""'-' uuit.uiii. on ion an irontingtne
strM one CWage occtpjlng nldJIe Ut and well
tuimit el. Fur particulars asrh t j A. M. Pnt.kin.
AN FSTADttSHED PAYING BUSINESS lth
opportunity el incrsast. Must be sold on account
ot pirtv I'aslrg tiA-n. One non h'l servkes given
man It purchase! before July ,. igai, Arply 10 F.
J ItMisjl . A-litra,Atigoen Building
pOP SALE-A phaeton In excellent condition, cloth
..."".'., "..?',J "" For sue chtap. Inquire
of Mrs W, C. Weeion, Bingham it , or room .
M..J.1 RIjji ,,,,.,(
Hawaiian Opera House
unJer the direction of
By far the best combination of Vaude
ville Tnlent that has visited Honolulu.
A company especially se'ectej for an
ONE WhKK COMMENCING
Tuesday, July 9
undt r the local management of J. C. Cohen
Tt-c, and 81.00.
E. II. CARD
HART & CO-,
THE ELITE ICE CREAM PARLORS
Fresh Invoices of HUYLERS
CHOCOLATES per the'
WHITNEY & MARSH
Jas. F. Morgan
t 68 Queen 8t-jt
FOR SALE '
ItV firilPP nf Mr W U'ntlar. T AaA.
fop Gale thG followlnt- lllltnhln nhv.
1 That lot on the corner of Green
and ICn.nlnla.iil alroAla .1.. lnAwtjui An.
The place Is well laid out In palm and
2 That lot on Green street, near the
corner of Kanlnlnnl uWn o.r.T-.tt evt
together with n house of six rooms
and a stable with servants' Quarters.
The garden Is well laid out with
palm and fruit trees.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
65 Queen Street.
LODGING HOUSE FOR RENT.
A LARGE, NEWLY-BUILT ROOM-
Ins. house of tlilrtvtwo rooms, each about
ipx 12 feet. Two patent closets and
three bathrooms downstairs, and the same
number ttnt.ilra. I Aiittnn n. ....
r- a J ,,. , . w-"vu Hani aVIUCl
Fort and Vineyard streets.
Further particulars of,
JAS. F. MORGAN.
6? QUEEN STREET
No More Dread
of the Dental Chair
TEETH EXTRACTED AND FILLED
ADSOLUTELY WITHnilT PA IV fcv
our lato scientific method applied to the
guniB. No sleep-producing agents or
These are the nnlv ilpnfnl nnrlnra tn
Honolulu having PATENTED APPLI
ANCES and Inereiltents to nvtraa. nit
and apply gold crowns and porcelain
crowns untlectecahle from nntnrnl tooth
and warranted for ten years, WITH-
uu.' 'iiiu ..past PAIN. AH work
done hv OUATitrATPT. npvmrmj e
from 12 to 20 years' experience, and
each department In charge of a Special
ist, Give us a call, and you will find
us to do exactly as we advertise. W'e
win ton yon in auvanco exactly what
your work will cost bv n. fret py.
Set Teeth ,.. SB OO
Gold Crowns $5 00
Gold Flllln.ii. .81 OO
Silver Fllllnfta.... ..7.60c
Our nnmfl nlnnn will lin n mmrfintnn
that your work will be of tho best.
New York Dental Parlors,
Room 4, Elite Rulldlng. Hotel StrecL
V . I
LADIES IN ATTENDANCE.
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